Brain Game 807- Bowling Green vs. Toledo School for the Arts


(dramatic music)
– Next, on BGSU Brain Game, is Toledo School for the
Arts versus Bowling Green. I have a feeling this could be a
mind-boggling mental mashup. Only one way to find out. BGSU’s Brain Game
starts right now. (energetic electronic music) And welcome to BGSU Brain Game. It is Toledo School for the
Arts versus Bowling Green. Let’s meet our teams, starting
off with Bowling Green. Tell us who y’are. – Hi, I’m Tressa,
and to, I’m a senior, and to my left is Tara
and to my right is Gabe. – [Host] All right,
and you’re coached by? – Mr. T. – [Host] All right, and
Toledo School for the Arts. Tell us who y’are. – Hi, my name is Benjamin
Kerger, I’m a senior. To my left is
Hailey McConaughey, and to my right is
Calvin Bosselman, and we are coached
by Ken Burchett. – All right, welcome
to both of our teams. We’re gonna start things
of in our toss-up round. In this round, questions
are worth 10 points. No deduction for an
incorrect answer, so have some fun with this
round, no worries about this, so there’s no deduction. You may confer before
buzzing in, not after, and you can steal a question, I repeat, you can steal
a question in this round. Bowling Green, TSA, are you
ready for the toss-up round? – [Students] Yes. – We start right now. When President Donald Trump
delivered his inaugural address on January 20th, 2017, four former U.S. presidents
were in attendance. Name them. (buzzer beeps) That would be TSA, Ben. – Jimmy Carter, George
H.W. Bush, George Bush, and Barrack Obama. – [Host] Incorrect, Bowling
Green, would you like to steal? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Yes. – [Host] That would be Tara. – George H.W. Bush,
George W. Bush, Barrack Obama, and Bill Clinton. – Incorrect, it was Jimmy
Carter, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barrack Obama. George H.W. Bush was
not in attendance. In an atom, what charge
do electrons have? (buzzer beeps) That would be TSA, Hailey. – Negative. – Correct. Identify the country
entertainer who was honored as an inductee into the
Country Music Hall of Fame in October of 2017, along with
Jerry Reed and Don Schlitz. His hits include “Small
Town Southern Man” and “It’s Five
O’Clock Somewhere.” (buzzer beeps) TSA, Ben. – Luke Combs? – [Host] Incorrect, Bowling
Green, would you like to steal? That would be Tressa. – Keith Urban. – Incorrect, Alan Jackson is
who we were looking for there. While Julie Andrews played Maria in the 1960 film version
of Rodger and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music,” which contemporary singer
played the same role in a television special, broadcast,
(buzzer beeps) that would be
Bowling Green, Tara. – Carrie Underwood. – That was Carrie
Underwood, yes. What is the name of the
vascular tissue in plants that conducts
water and nutrients toward the root?
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Phloem? – We will not accept
that, Bowling Green. Like to steal? They’re saying no. Xylem is what we were
looking for there. Type of right angle
whose two legs and their associated
angles are equal. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Congruent? – [Host] Incorrect, Bowling
Green, would you like to steal? (buzzer beeps) That would be Tara. – Equilateral? – Incorrect, isosceles, right triangle’s
what we needed there. In humans, this sense is most
associated with memories, and is scientifically defined,
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Ben.
– Smell. – Smell is what we’re
lookin’ for, yes. Which adjective that
begins with a prefix out, can be used synonymously
with the word bizarre or the phrase,
(buzzer beeps) that would be
Bowling Green, Gabe. – Outrageous. – Incorrect, or phrase,
extremely unconventional. TSA, would you like to steal? (muffled whispering) (timer beeps) Time, we needed outlandish
for that one, outlandish. Complete the title of the
novella by Rudyard Kipling about two British
soldiers serving in India, who resign from
the army and decide to set themselves up as deities. “The Man Who Would Be,” blank. (buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Gabe.
– “The Man Who Would Be King.” – Correct. The Cherokee people called
their forced move westward, the Trail of Tears. Which American president,
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Andrew Jackson. – Andrew Jackson was president
during that time, yes. Known for his pioneering work on long-distance
radio transmission, and for his development of
a radio telegraph system, (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Morse? – Incorrect. This Italian electrical
engineer and inventor is often credited as
the inventor of radio. Who is he? Bowling Green, would
you like to steal? (muffled whispering) – No. – No, we’re good. – They’re saying no, we’re looking for
Guglielmo Marconi there. First published in 1978, this novel follows a
bizarre chain of events that begins when 16
unlikely people gather for the reading of a
game-loving millionaire’s will. Name this work by Ellen Raskin. (timer beeps) Time. “The Westing Game” is
what we needed there. What three-word phrase is
used to describe an area of the Pacific Ocean in which many earthquakes,
(buzzer beeps) that will be
Bowling Green, Gabe. – The Bermuda Triangle. – Incorrect. The area of the Pacific Ocean
in which many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions,
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Ben. – Ring of Fire. – The Ring of Fire, yes,
(bell chimes) end of round. Let’s take a look at our score. We have Bowling Green
(dramatic music) currently at 20 points, and in the lead right
at this moment is TSA, Toledo School for the
Arts with 40 points. You’re gon’ wanna stick around
to see what happens next. Why? Because our head to
head round is comin’ up. Stay tuned. (energetic electronic music) And welcome back to
BGSU’s Brain Game. Toledo School for the Arts
currently leads Bowling Green, 40 to 20. Looks like we have
some substitutions. ‘Fore we start talkin’
’bout our next round, Bowling Green,
tell us who you are and who’s joined your team. – I’m Matthew Fife, and
this is Lizzie Mills. – [Host] All right,
welcome to you. Looks like you’ve shuffled
the deck a little bit for the School of
the Arts as well. Tell us who you are. – This is Darby Stevens. – All right, and you
swapped places with Ben, Calvin and Ben
have swapped spots. Okay, this is our
head to head round. There’s 15 questions
in this round, same 15 questions
for both teams. One team will stay in-studio, the other one will
go to isolation. After two minutes
and 30 seconds, or all 15 questions have
be, have been answered, we will swap. The other team will have a shot
at those same 15 questions. We will then clear our scores,
bring back in both teams, and we will see where we stand. All right, Toledo
School for the Arts. Since you’re at 40, we will,
you’ll be sticking around, and that means, Bowling
Green, off to isolation. All right, TSA, are you ready for your 15 head
to head questions? – Yep. – Your round begins right now. What state was home to the Native American
people named the Chinook? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Ohio? – Washington. What is the only
state in the U.S. to have a unicameral
legislature? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Louisiana? – Incorrect, Nevada. What type of large structure, built in honor of the
main god of a city, was found in each major city of the ancient
Mesopotamian civilization? (buzzer beeps)
– Ziggurat? – Correct. Where is DNA found in the cell? – The nucleus. – Yeah.
(buzzer beeps) – The nucleus? – Correct. What was the first state
to allow women to vote? (buzzer beeps)
– Wyoming. – Correct. What organ secretes insulin and plays a crucial role–
(buzzer beeps) – Pancreas. – Correct. Name the verb tense in
the following sentence: “Clementine was sitting by
the pond feeding the ducks.” – Future, no. – I’d say past participle. Past participle?
(buzzer beeps) – Past participle. – Past progressive. Only three elements can
create a magnetic field. One is iron, what
are the other two? (muffled whispering)
(buzzer beeps) – Nickel and cobalt? – Correct. Freedom of the press
is guaranteed by which Constitutional amendment?
(buzzer beeps) – First amendment. – Correct. Where is the Richard M. Nixon
Presidential Library located? – Washington D.C. (buzzer beeps)
Washington D.C. – Incorrect, California. There are many in
the U.S. Senate who have served a great
number of years in that body. Who, as of 2019, holds the record for the
longest-serving senator? – Pass, or, pass.
(buzzer beeps) – Robert Byrd. Where is the only active diamond
mine in the United States? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Arkansas? – Correct. Napoleon was defeated at
the Battle of Waterloo. Where is Waterloo? (buzzer beeps)
– The Netherlands? – Incorrect, Belgium. What is the most popular
name for a city in the U.S.? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps) – Columbus? – Incorrect, Washington. The Origination Clause
of the Constitution, Article I, Section 7, mandates that this kind of
bill originates in the House. (buzzer beeps)
– Pass. – That would be a revenue bill. That is all 15
questions for you, Toledo School for the Arts. That means it is now time
for you to go to isolation. It is now time to bring
back in Bowling Green. Bowling Green, are you ready for your 15 head
to head questions? – Yes. – All right, they
start right now. What state was home to the Native American
people named the Chinook? (buzzer beeps) – Iowa. – Washington. What is the only
state in the U.S. to have a unicameral
legislature? (buzzer beeps) – Alabama. – Incorrect, Nevada. What type of large structure, built in honor of the
main god of a city, was found in each major city
of the ancient Mesopotamian– (buzzer beeps) – Temple? – Incorrect, ziggurat
is what we needed there. Where is the DNA
found in the cell? (buzzer beeps) – Nucleus? – Correct. What was the first state
to allow women to vote? (buzzer beeps)
– Wyoming? – Correct. What organ secretes insulin
and plays a crucial role in causing diabetes?
(buzzer buzzes) – Pancreas. – Correct. Name the verb tense in
the following sentence: “Clementine was sitting by
the pond feeding the ducks.” (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Past? – Past progressive, I’m sorry. Only three elements can
create a magnetic field. One is iron, what
are the other two? (buzzer beeps) – Magnese and copper? – Incorrect, nickel and cobalt. Freedom of the
press is guaranteed by which Constitutional
amendment? (buzzer beeps)
– First. – Correct. Where is the Richard M. Nixon
Presidential Library located? (buzzer beeps)
– Idaho. – California. There are many in
the U.S. Senate who have served a great
number of years in that body. Who, as of 2019, holds the record for the
longest-serving senator? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– Pass. – Robert Byrd. Where is the only active diamond
mine in the United States? (buzzer beeps) – Nevada. – Incorrect, Arkansas. Napoleon was defeated at
the Battle of Waterloo. Where is Waterloo? (muffled whispering) (buzzer beeps)
– England? – Incorrect, Belgium. What is the most popular name for a city in the United States? (buzzer beeps) – Pass. – Washington. The Origination Clause
of the Constitution, Article I, Section 7, mandates that this kind of
bill originates in the House. (buzzer beeps) – Pass. – That would be a revenue bill. That is all 15 questions
for you, Bowling Green, and that means it is now
time to clear our scores. Let’s bring back in the
Toledo School for the Arts. Let’s see where we stand. All right teams, it’s time
to see where we stand. Bowling Green, you have how many points?
(dramatic music) 60. Toledo School for
the Arts stands at, (dramatic bass thuds) 110 points. TSA still currently in the lead, but you wanna stick around
because coming up next is our category round, where things can change
very, very quickly. There’re questions
worth up to 30 points, and deductions start. Stay tuned. (energetic electronic music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. Bowling Green at 60 points, Toledo School for the
Arts at 110 points. Bowling Green, looks like we
have some new substitutions of some new players. Tell us who y’are. – I’m Evan, and to
my left is Ethan. – All right, welcome to you. TSA, staying with your
lineup from the last round. Okay, this is our
category round. There are six categories
to choose from, questions worth 10, 15,
20, 25, and 30 points, but, beware,
deductions start now, so if you go for
30, you can lose 30. You may confer before buzzing
in, and you can steal, I repeat, you can steal
a question in this round. Bowling Green, since
you are at 60 points, you get to make the
first selection. – [Lizzie] Begins With K for 10. – Begins With K for 10 points. Identify these terms that
begin with the letter K. A person who steals
compulsively. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Darby. – Kleptomaniac. – [Host] Correct,
TSA takes control. – [Calvin] World History for 30. – World History for 30 points. In what year did
the Titanic sink? (buzzer beeps) – 1912. – [Host] TSA, Calvin, 1912, yes. TSA still in control. – [Calvin] World History, 25. – World History for 25 points. What nationality was Karl Marx. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – German. – [Host] Correct, German. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] World History, 20. – World History
now for 20 points. What was the name of the
1918 pandemic which killed over one–
(buzzer beeps) – Spanish flu. – [Host] That would be TSA,
Calvin, Spanish flu, yes. – [Calvin] World History, 15. – World History for 15 points. Who invented the
thermometer in 1593? (timer beeps) That would be Galileo. All right, TSA still in control. – [Calvin] World History, 10. – World History for 10 point. What Aztec ruler was conquered by her,
(buzzer beeps) that would be TS–
– Montezuma II. – [Host] TSA, Calvin, please
wait for me to call you. – Sorry, Montezuma II? – [Host] Correct! TSA, in control. – [Calvin] What’s Theology, 10. – What’s Theology for 10 points. Identify each term
that ends with -ology. The study of birds. (buzzer beeps) – Ornithology. – [Host] TSA, Calvin. – (laughs) Ornithology. – [Host] Ornithology, yes,
I appreciate the enthusiasm. TSA in control. – [Calvin] What’s Theology, 15. – What’s Theology for 15 points. The study of animal
and plant fossils. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin.
– Paleo, Paleontology. – [Host] Correct! TSA in control. – [Calvin] What’s Theology, 20. – What’s Theology for 20 points. The branch of science concerned with the study of
amphibians and reptiles. (timer beeps) That’d be herpetology. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] What’s Theology, 25. – What’s Theology for 25 points. The branch of science
concerned with nature, affects and detection of, (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Ecology. – Incorrect, of
poisons, Bowling Green, would you like to steal? (muffled whispering) (timer beeps) Time, toxicology is
what we needed there. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] What’s Theology, 30. – What’s Theology for 30,
finishing off this category. The study of the final events
in the history of the world. (timer beeps) Eschatology is what we
were looking for there. TSA, still in control. (muffled whispering) – [Calvin] Okay, K for 15. – Begins With K for 15 points. Someone who ruins the party. (timer beeps) That would be a killjoy. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] Begins With K, 20. – Begins With K for 20 points. An Israeli collective
farm community. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Ben. – Commune? – [Host] Incorrect, Bowling
Green, would you like to steal? – No. – They’re saying no, a kibbutz
is what we needed there. TSA, in control. – [Calvin] Begins With K, 25. – Begins With K
now for 25 points. Rule by the worst. (timer beeps) A kakistocracy is what we
were looking for there. TSA, still in
control of the board. – [Calvin] Um, O’ Canada? O’ Canada for 10. – O’ Canada for 10. Identify these
things about Canada. What ocean lies to
the north of Canada? (buzzer beeps) TSA, Darby. – Arctic Ocean. – [Host] Correct. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] O’ Canada for 15? So we get–
– Sure. – [Calvin] O’ Canada for 15. – O’ Canada now for 15 points. Which ocean is
located to the east, of,
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Atlantic. – [Host] Atlantic Ocean, yes. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] O’ Canada for 20. – O’ Canada for 20 points. Name the highest mountain peak in Canada.
(buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin.
– Mount, Mount Logan. – [Host] Correct. TSA is still in control. – [Calvin] O’ Canada, 25. – O’ Canada for 25 points. Canada has how many territories? (muffled whispering) (times beeps) Three is what we needed there. TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] O’ Canada for 30. – O’ Canada now for 30 points,
finishing off this category, the city that serves
as Canada’s capital. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Ottawa. – [Host] Correct. That finishes off that category. TSA, still in control. – [Darby] K for 30.
(muffled whispering) – [Calvin] K for 30. – Begins With K for 30 points. Objects that are considered
low-brow or tacky. (muffled whispering) (timer beeps) Kitsch is what we needed there. TSA, in control. (muffled whispering) – [Calvin] Dance Crazes? (laughs) Okay, Dance Crazes, 10. – Dance Crazes for 10 points. Made popular by Michael Jackson, what do you call the dance move in which,
(buzzer beeps) that would be TSA, Ben. – Moonwalk. – [Host] The moonwalk is
what we needed there, yes. All right, TSA,
still in control. – [Calvin] Dance Crazes, 15. – Stickin’ with Dance
Crazes, now for 15 points. Chubby Checker’s 1960s
cover of this song, led to a dance craze
of the same name. (muffled whispering) (timer beeps) Time. Ben, I think, was doin’
it, it was the Twist, it was indeed the Twist.
(laughing) TSA, still in control. – [Calvin] Do we
wanna stick with that, Dance Crazes, 20. (laughs) – Dance Crazes for 20 points. In the early 1990s,
everyone was moving to this song sung in
Spanish by Los Del Rio. (buzzer beeps) That would be
Bowling Green, Ethan. – Macarena. – [Host] The Macarena, yes. Bowling Green takes control. – [Ethan] Architecture for 15. – Architecture for 15 points. Give the architecture term
from the descriptions provided. Correct answers will start
with the letters A through L. The overhanging edge of a roof. (bell chimes)
(buzzer beeps) Uh, did he get it in time? He did not get it in time, we’re looking for
eave right there. Let’s take a look at our score, we have Bowling Green
(dramatic music) at 80 points, and currently in the
lead with 270 points is Toledo School for the Arts. You’re gon’ wanna stick around, our brainstorm round
is coming up next, where questions are
worth 20 points apiece. Stay tuned. (energetic electronic music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. We have Bowling
Green at 80 points and Toledo School for
the Arts at 270 points. Looks like both of our teams have shuffled the
deck a little bit. Bowling Green, tell
us your lineup. – I’m Tressa Griner, and
to my left is Matthew Fife, and to my right is Ethan Cho. – [Host] All right, TSA,
tell us your lineup. – I’m Calvin Bosselman, to
my left is Isabella Garissa, and to my right is Jack Moran. – All right, welcome to all of our new and
returning players. This is our brainstorm round. All questions in this
round are worth 20 points, but negative 20 points
for an incorrect answer. You may confer before buzzing
in, but there is no stealing, I repeat, no stealing
in this round. We will move immediately
to the next question. Things can change very
very quickly in this round, anything can happen. Bowling Green, TSA, are you
ready for the brainstorm round? – Yeah. – Yep. – It begins right now. In what year did the
American Revolution end? (buzzer beeps) – [Host] Bowling Green, Ethan. – 1783. – Correct. What is the capital of the state of Washington?
(buzzer beeps) That would be TSA, Calvin. – Olympia. – Correct. Name the three
basic kinds of rock. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Jack. – Metamorphous, igneous,
and sedimentary. – Can we accept that? Yes we will. The pituitary is tiny,
about the size of a pea. Where is this gland located?
(buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Matthew. – The brain. – Correct. Cushing disease is caused
by an overabundance of a particular hormone. What hormone is implicated
in Cushing disease? (muffled whispering) (timer beeps) Cortisol is what we
were looking for there. This painter is probably
best known for his painting, Starry Starry Night.
(buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Ethan. – Van Gogh. – Van Gogh is correct. These are organelles that
release food energy to the cell. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – Mitochondria. – Correct. This Latin word is
used in citing dates that are approximate. Its literal translation,
(buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Matthew. – Circa. – Circa, yes. Which planet has the most moons? (buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Matthew. – Jupiter. – Correct. The comma that appears
before the conjunction in a list,
(buzzer beeps) that would be TSA, Calvin. – Oxford comma. – The Oxford comma, yes. What name is given to the
pointed venom-injecting tooth of a snake? (buzzer beeps) TSA, Jack. – Fang. – A fang indeed. Which two arithmetic operations demonstrate the
commutative property? (buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Ethan. – Addition and multiplication. – Correct. What photographer is best known for his black and white photos of Yosemite Park?
(buzzer beeps) Bowling Green, Ethan. – Ansel Adams. – Correct. What is the most commonly
diagnosed deficiency in the American diet? (buzzer beeps) TSA, Jack. – Iron deficiency. – Correct. Bacteria and other cells
that lack a defined nucleus are called,
(buzzer beeps) that would be TSA, Calvin. – Prokaryotes. – Correct. As of 2019, who is the
governor of Michigan? (laughing) (timer beeps) Gretchen Whitmer is
what we needed there. Solid allotropes differ in
their crystal structures, while gaseous allotropes differ in their molecular structures. State the chemical formulas of
the two allotropes of oxygen. (buzzer beeps) TSA, Calvin. – O2 and O3. – Correct. Derived from the Greek,
this astronomical term, (bell chimes)
end of round, let’s take a look at our score, we have Bowling
Green at 220 points, and our winner with 430 points is Toledo School for the Arts. Let’s give both of these
teams a big round of applause. (audience applauds) Now in the spirit of
good sportsmanship, let’s come around, let’s
meet in the middle, let’s shake hands, and we’ll see you at the
next BGSU Brain Game. (energetic electronic music)

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