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Friday, March 29, 2019 Game Recap and Discussion (SPOILERS)

Post by Archivists » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:50 am

Game Recap for Show #7960, 2019-03-29

CONTESTANTS
Andrew Simmons, a grants and contracts reviewer from Lilburn, Georgia
Natasha Leyk, a budget manager from Chicago, Illinois
Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $57,201)

OPENING REMARKS
Alex: Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you, Johnny. Hello, ladies and gentlemen. Good to have you tuning us in today. Steven has been making his mark the last two days, winning a ton of money. Natasha and Andrew are here to stop him. So much depends on the categories, doesn't it? Let's start looking into what categories await us in this Jeopardy! Round...

JEOPARDY! ROUND CATEGORIES
THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES (5/5)
LITERARY GENRES (5/5, including 1 correct Daily Double)
AD SLOGANS (5/5)
NOUNS THAT ARE ALSO VERBS (5/5)
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST (5/5) (Alex: Name the continent for us.)
FOLLOWING SPORTS RELIGIOUSLY (5/5)

THE RIGHTS & THE WRONGS
Steven: 13 R, 1 W
Natasha: 11 R (including 2 rebounds and 1 DD), 1 W
Andrew: 6 R (including 1 rebound), 1 W

Clues revealed: 30
Triple Stumpers: 0
Jeopardy! Round Potential Lach Trash: $0



SCORES AT THE FIRST BREAK
Natasha: $3,000
Steven: $2,800
Andrew: $800

CONTESTANT INTERVIEWS



Alex: Andrew Simmons is a contracts reviewer from Lilburn, Georgia. Andrew, I hope you will not take offense when I say this to you, but you don't have a Georgia accent, you know.

[Laughter]

Andrew: You're right. I don't, Alex. I was born and raised in northern England, but I've lived in the States for 25 years, most of that in South Carolina.

Alex: Good for you.




Alex: Natasha Leyk is from Chicago, Illinois, and she volunteers as a Chicago greeter. Does Chicago need greeters?

Natasha: We do. We like to take people outside of the Loop and take them to other neighborhoods. So I like to take people to Wicker Park. There's a lot to see and do there. And I can share a little bit of my Chicago with people who are coming to visit.

Alex: Okay.




Alex: Steven Grade is our champion. He's from Atlanta, Georgia. He's into sports and almost knocked down Hank Aaron? What are the circumstances?

Steven: Yes. Well, as you mentioned the other day, Alex, I spent a year working for the Atlanta Braves. And on my first day on the job, I was being a real go-getter, trying to get everywhere I needed to be as quickly as I could. And my cube was right down the hall from Hank Aaron's office. So as I was running down to the hall to get to the bathroom, his door came open, and I had to almost slide into second base to avoid knocking over the home run king.

Alex: Okay. Everything worked out all right?

Steven: Everything worked out great. He's still spry.

JEOPARDY! ROUND DAILY DOUBLE
Natasha found the Daily Double on the 29th clue. Steven had $8,400, Natasha had $5,600, and Andrew was at $1,400. Natasha wagered $1,600.

LITERARY GENRES $800: The Nebula Awards are given by the Science Fiction & this genre Writers of America

SCORES AT THE END OF THE JEOPARDY! ROUND
Natasha: $8,200
Steven: $7,400
Andrew: $1,400
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Post by Archivists » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:50 am

DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND CATEGORIES
CASTLE ARCHITECTURE (4/5, including 1 missed Daily Double)
PHILOSOPHY (5/5)
SCI-FI TRANSPORTS (5/5)
5-LETTER "W"ORDS (5/5)
PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME (5/5)
QUARTZ & ALL (3/5, including 1 correct Daily Double)

THE RIGHTS & THE WRONGS
Andrew: 12 R (including 1 rebound and 1 DD), 0 W
Steven: 8 R, 0 W
Natasha: 7 R, 2 W (including 1 DD)

Clues revealed: 30
Triple Stumpers: 2
Double Jeopardy! Round Potential Lach Trash: $2,000



FIRST DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND DAILY DOUBLE
Natasha snagged the next Daily Double on the 5th clue. Steven had $7,400, Natasha had $11,400, and Andrew was at $2,200. Natasha wagered $3,000.

CASTLE ARCHITECTURE $2000: 4-letter name for the innermost & strongest building near the center of a castle
(Alex: Anything?)
(Natasha: No.)

SECOND DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND DAILY DOUBLE
It was Andrew who snatched up the last Daily Double of the game on the 27th clue. Steven had $15,800, Natasha had $9,600, and Andrew was at $11,800. Andrew wagered $2,500.

QUARTZ & ALL $2000: A form of quartz gave its name to this firing mechanism used in old-timey pistols
(Andrew: What is flint... [*]?)
(Alex: Thank you.)

TRIPLE STUMPERS IN THE DOUBLE JEOPARDY! ROUND
QUARTZ & ALL $800: This silty, wind-blown stuff is 60 to 70% quartz, more or...

QUARTZ & ALL $1200: Quartzite is quartz that was once this rock made up of tiny grains

SCORES ENTERING FINAL JEOPARDY!
Steven: $17,800
Andrew: $14,300
Natasha: $12,400

FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
CHILDREN'S BOOKS

VENUSIAN MONOLOGUES/MARTIAN CHRONICLES
First and a half equals second plus third. Stratton's Dilemma.
Steven: Wager $10,800--wagering any more risks falling behind Natasha's wager of $5,400.
Andrew: You have a choice of wagering $0 (to win on a Triple Stumper), between $10,501 and $7,299 (to win if Steven is wrong and you are right while still winning on a Triple Stumper if Natasha wagers as recommended or higher), or going all-in with a wager of $14,300 for the win or tie if you give the correct response (and provided Steven is wrong or doesn't wager to cover or wagers less for some obscure reason). Since winning on a Triple Stumper is probably the likeliest of these outcomes, a wager in the $10,501-$7,299 range is best. You are in Stratton's Dilemma, calling for a wager of more than $10,500 (to shut out Natasha) or less than $7,300 (risking the possibility of being passed from behind by Natasha). Go with the smaller bet if you believe a Triple Stumper is more likely than a singleton miss by Steven.
Natasha: Wagering $5,400 ties Steven's $0 wager and beats Steven's standard shutout bet of $10,801 by $1 on the Triple Stumper.

FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
This 1883 classic ends with the words "a well-behaved little boy!"

FINAL SCORES
Natasha: $12,400 - $7,400 = $5,000 (What is Peter Pan?) (2nd place: $2,000)
Andrew: $14,300 - $12,000 = $2,300 (What is Little Lord Fauntleroy?) (3rd place: $1,000)
Steven: $17,800 - $10,801 = $6,999 (What is The Velveteen Rabbit) (3-day champion: $64,200)
(Alex: He wasn't always well-behaved. Told a lot of lies.)
...
(Alex: [To Steven] No, he told a lot of lies. Made his nose grow. But then at the end, he became a real boy and was happy to be a good boy. [*] is the correct response.)

Total Potential Lach Trash: $2,000

GAME DYNAMICS
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CORYAT SCORES
Steven: $17,800, 21 R, 1 W
Natasha: $14,600, 18 R (including 1 DD), 3 W (including 1 DD)
Andrew: $13,800, 18 R (including 1 DD), 1 W
Combined Coryat: $46,200

BATTING AVERAGES
Steven: 21/58 = .362
Andrew: 18/59 = .305
Natasha: 18/60 = .300
Team: 57/63 = .905

MISCELLANEOUS INTERESTING CLUES
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST $200: Mango lasi & dahi vada at Chutney's in Hyderabad
(Natasha: What is India?)

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST $400: Poutine with home fries at the Old King Bistro in Kitchener
(Alex: It's in Canada.)

LITERARY GENRES $400: Fairy tales collected by the brothers Grimm include "Snow White" & her, "Aschenputtel" in German

LITERARY GENRES $600: Tom Brady swears by the self-help book "The Four Agreements"; one is "don't take anything" this way
(Andrew: What is for granted?)

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES $200: Aw, here's a super-cute representation of this sign
(Alex: The twins.)

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES $400: Here's a colorful version of this sign

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES $600: Symbolically, the truck brand whose logo is seen here drives right into this sign
(Alex: For the ram.)

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES $800: Here's Matt Stutzman, not only repping this sign symbolically but hitting a target 930' away

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES $1000: The NBA legend seen here wasn't born under it, but the team he won titles with symbolizes this sign
(Alex: The Bulls. Michael Jordan.)

LITERARY GENRES $1000: The American president boxed set from this master of biography includes "John Adams", "Truman" & "Mornings on Horseback"
(Steven: Who is Burns?)

PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME $400: The so-called "Chandos" portrait may have served as the basis for the engraving of this author in the First Folio

PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME $800: As a youth, this future telegraph inventor was more interested in painting & did a self-portrait

PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME $1200: This 18th-century British queen seen here is also depicted in the 2018 film "The Favourite"

PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME $1600: The portrait here is from 1765, 11 years before this subject signed the Declaration of Independence

PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME $2000: "Elvira Resting at a Table" is by this Italian artist who only gained fame after at tragic early death
(Natasha: Who is Modiglioni?)
(Alex: Say it again.)
(Natasha: Mogdilione?)

SCI-FI TRANSPORTS $2000: The vehicle seen here was featured in the "Legacy" sequel to this 1982 movie

5-LETTER "W"ORDS $1600: A shore area like the Princes one, an attraction in Auckland

CORRECT RESPONSES
fantasy
the keep
flintlock
loess
sandstone
Pinocchio
Asia
North America
Cinderella
personally
Gemini
Pisces
Aries
Sagittarius
Taurus
(David) McCullough
William Shakespeare
(Samuel) Morse
(Queen) Anne
John Hancock
Modigliani
Tron
wharf
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Re: Friday, March 29, 2019 Game Recap and Discussion (SPOILERS)

Post by theFJguy » Fri Mar 29, 2019 11:19 am

FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
CHILDREN’S BOOKS

FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
This 1883 classic ends with the words “A well-behaved little boy!”

Steven Grade: 17800-10801=6999 (3x = $64,200)
Natasha Leyk: 12400-7400=5000
Andrew Simmons: 14300-12000=2300

Correct response:
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Pinocchio (Steven – The Velveteen Rabbit) (Natasha – Peter Pan) (Andrew – Little Lord Fauntleroy)

Daily Doubles
Natasha: 5600+1600
Natasha: 11400-3000
Andrew: 11800+2500

Coryats
Steven: 17800
Natasha: 14600
Andrew: 13800

Combined: 46,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round
Steven: 7400
Natasha: 8200
Andrew: 1400

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Re: Friday, March 29, 2019 Game Recap and Discussion (SPOILERS)

Post by MarkBarrett » Fri Mar 29, 2019 11:38 am

Writers: Blank you and your Drew Pearson clues! There have been other instances of that play. Just don't use Aaron Rodgers as the substitute either.

Ouch on Natasha being 0/2 on the Italian artist. The first time was real close although I heard -oni and the retry was clearly wrong with -one. Either way I did not get the impression she had -ani in the mix.

A different one for the BMS game. Just Fett was fine. I've only seen two movies in the series and even I know there is more than one Fett.

The FJ! round had four names appear. Fortunately, I matched Alex giving the correct response and not any of the players. My confidence was less than 100% even though my speed was seconds after the clue was revealed. During think time the only detour I had was to Twain boys. I did not like "little" and never considered a switch.

For 1883 the other work J! seems to like is this one:
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#6507, aired 2012-12-25 NOVEL "T"s $1200: Part I of this 1883 classic is titled "The Old Buccaneer"
#6460, aired 2012-10-19 A NOVEL CATEGORY $400: John Drake's 2009 novel "Flint And Silver" was a prequel to this 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson classic
#6190, aired 2011-07-08 QUOTATIONS IN LITERATURE $600: In this 1883 children's classic, a parrot named Captain Flint squawks, "Pieces of eight! Pieces of eight!"
#6094, aired 2011-02-24 ORIGINAL TITLES $800: Robert Louis Stevenson, 1883: "The Sea Cook"
#5456, aired 2008-05-05 ENGLISH LITERATURE $1600: Squire Trelawney outfits the schooner Hispaniola & hires its crew in this 1883 tale
#5305, aired 2007-10-05 BLACK IS BACK $800: The "Black Spot" is a dreaded summons handed out by pirates in this 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson tale
#5081, aired 2006-10-16 LITERATURE $1200: Jim Hawkins narrates this 1883 novel
#4811, aired 2005-07-04 LITERARY QUOTES $200: (1883) "Fifteen men on the dead man's chest--yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum"
#4457, aired 2004-01-13 PIRATES: FACT & FICTION $400: Pew was an evil pirate in this classic 1883 novel
#3983, aired 2001-12-19 ORIGINAL TITLES $800: Robert Louis Stevenson, 1883: "The Sea-Cook"
Final Jeopardy! Round clues (2 results returned)
#7725, aired 2018-03-23 UNREAL ESTATE: Some of the features of this title place of an 1883 novel are Mizzen-Mast Hill & Captain Kidd's Anchorage
#7310, aired 2016-05-27 19th CENTURY NOVELS: "The Gold Bug", Edgar Allan Poe's story about the search for Captain Kidd's buried loot, helped inspire this 1883 novel
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If anyone guessed Jim Hawkins then I hear ya.
For the correct response and 1883 the Archive has:
SpoilerShow
Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (2 results returned)
#7421, aired 2016-12-12 TOUGH CHILDREN'S LIT $3,000 (Daily Double): In an 1883 book the talking insect tells him, "Woe to boys who refuse to obey their parents and run away from home"
#4621, aired 2004-10-11 "CC" ME ON THAT $200: This 1883 character's nose grew every time he lied (insert political joke here)
Final Jeopardy! Round clues (1 result returned)
#6230, aired 2011-10-21 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: In the original 1883 work, this title character kills a talking cricket, has his feet burned off & nearly starves
Steven closed out the week to hit the tracker. If he shows up on Monday with an outfit more colorful than the current blacks, grays and whites then that can be blamed for a loss. As is he has me wondering if he went to a high school with a restrictive dress code.

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Re: Friday, March 29, 2019 Game Recap and Discussion (SPOILERS)

Post by Lefty » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:32 pm

The version up at Gutenberg ends with these words: "And how happy I am, now that I have become a real boy!” Had they used that translation, I do think I'd have got it (of course, they may not then have asked).

But seriously, you can be a well-behaved little boy, or you can be a real boy. But both?!
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Post by teapot37 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:00 pm

My initial thought was Oliver Twist, but I switched to Tom Sawyer after Alex's hint. Double oof.
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Post by CasketRomance » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:28 pm

teapot37 wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:00 pm
My initial thought was Oliver Twist, but I switched to Tom Sawyer after Alex's hint. Double oof.
that was mine as well, but then didn't think it would be considered a children's book...had nothing other than that

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Post by DBear » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:38 pm

FJ was pure WECIB. Was sure it would be a triget. :o
Answered Immaculate Reception for Hail Mary. :x
Another lame bet on a late DD. :(

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Post by CasketRomance » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:42 pm

DBear wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:38 pm
FJ was pure WECIB. Was sure it would be a triget. :o
Answered Immaculate Reception for Hail Mary. :x
Another lame bet on a late DD. :(
had no idea that was a book...only know it from disney bs...but i guess i should have known it was a book seeing disney ripped off much of their catalog from books


that was franco harris that was involved in that....staubach came up with the term in the huddle before the successful pass to pearson...had that pass failed, we might nothave that phrase in sports jargon today

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Post by Ironhorse » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:46 pm

DBear wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:38 pm
FJ was pure WECIB. Was sure it would be a triget. :o
I thought so too for sure. But I also thought so about yesterday's.
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Post by MarkBarrett » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:58 pm

Who (or What) else could it be? The list is:
Peter Pan
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Velveteen Rabbit
Oliver Twist
Little Prince
Tom Sawyer
Jim Hawkins

Expecting a 3/3 is one thing. Not seeing other possible responses is a different thing. Three players good enough to get on the show and have over $10K for the FJ! round demonstrated there were stray guesses to be made.

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Post by xxaaaxx » Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:59 pm

No idea why this FJ was near-instaget, but something about that being the last line just made sense for Pinocchio.

Still trying to figure out Natasha's 7400 wager. Insert "player throws away a win with poor wagering" grumble here.
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Post by CasketRomance » Fri Mar 29, 2019 10:33 pm

xxaaaxx wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:59 pm
No idea why this FJ was near-instaget, but something about that being the last time just made sense for Pinocchio.

Still trying to figure out Natasha's 7400 wager. Insert "player throws away a win with poor wagering" grumble here.
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Post by twelvefootboy » Fri Mar 29, 2019 11:28 pm

As MB has pointed out - this is far from a WECIB. I started with the Dick and Jane / McGuffey's Reader genre and detoured over to Young Adult arena and could only produce "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", with uncertainty over the precise title, and addressing the main character as "boy" by the end.

I still felt good about Tom Sawyer, even after AT started mentioning the lies. If I was guessing, I'd have put the Pinocchio story in the 17th or 18th century. PSA - Tom Sawyer was 1876, so in the right time frame. I'll file that away as the Centennial year.

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Post by This Is Kirk! » Sat Mar 30, 2019 12:36 am

I don't think either "Oliver Twist" or "Tom Sawyer" would be considered 'children's books.' They're fine guesses other than that niggling issue.

I thought of Peter Pan at first, but decided Pinocchio was the better guess because of the year as much as anything. I was pretty sure Peter Pan was from the 20th century.

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Post by Johnblue » Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:26 am

That FJ kills my streak of about 3 weeks. Most of the ones I answered correctly were WECIB for me but I realized that’s not the case for others. I guessed LLF like that brit. I’m glad Steven is returning. That was a great story about running into Aaron!

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Post by Lefty » Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:30 am

Well, actually there are two versions up at Gutenberg. In
THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO
, by C. Collodi (pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini), translated from the Italian by Carol Della Chiesa, it's "And how happy I am, now that I have become a real boy!”, while at Pinocchio: The Tale of a Puppet by Carlo Collodi (no translator mentioned), it's "And how glad I am that I have become a well-behaved little boy!"

But even if you buy talking crickets, noses that grow after a lie (never mind that, they apparently do), and marionettes come to life, can you really believe a marionette whose dream is to be "a well-behaved little boy"?
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Post by BigDaddyMatty » Sat Mar 30, 2019 3:40 am

Coryat: 36,600
46 R/4 W
DD: 2/3
FJ: :mrgreen:
LT: loess

I don't think FJ! was a WECIB, but I did immediately go to the Disney movie and Pinocchio talking about becoming a "real little boy."

How 'bout that wagering thing? Pretty important, no?
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Post by LucarioSnooperVixey » Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:00 pm

60 R
DD: 3/3
FJ: :mrgreen:
LT: (Keep), Loess, Sandstone

Loved today's show overall. A contestant originally from the UK. The Sports, Ad Slogans, and Sci-Fi Transports were very easy. The contestants starting with my two favorite categories in the Double Jeopardy! round. Knew Amadeo Modigliani as soon as the painting appeared.
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Post by LucarioSnooperVixey » Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:08 pm

MarkBarrett wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:58 pm
Who (or What) else could it be? The list is:
Peter Pan
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Velveteen Rabbit
Oliver Twist
Little Prince
Tom Sawyer
Jim Hawkins
Peter Pan was from the early 1900's. Charles Dickens died in 1870 and Oliver Twist wasn't published posthumously. Velveteen Rabbit and Little Prince I know for sure were much later than that.
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