BGSU Brain Game 819- Pettisville vs. Otsego


– Next on BGSU Brain Game it
is Pettisville versus Otsego. I have a feeling
one of these teams is gonna be looking for a bare
knuckle knowledge knockout. Only one team can leave
victorious, though, and there’s only one way to
find out who that’s gonna be. BGSU’s Brain Game
starts right now. (upbeat music) And welcome to BGSU Brain Game. Pettisville versus Otsego,
let’s meet our teams. Starting off with Otsego,
tell us who you are. – Howdy, I’m Sam. To my left is Xander
and to my right is Erica and we are coached by Steve. – [Marc] All right
welcome to Otsego. And Pettisville,
tell us who you are. – Hi, I’m Levi Myers. To my left is Luke Young and
to my right is Dalton Myers, and we are coached by
Miss Rebecca DeRose and Mr. Andrew Schweitzer. – All right welcome
to both of our teams, we’re gonna start things off as we always do in
our Toss-up Round. In this round, all questions
are worth 10 points, no deduction for
an incorrect answer so have some fun in this round. You may confer before buzzing in and you can steal a
question in this round. Pettisville, Otsego,
are you ready? Toss-up Round starts right now. In the environment, what
type of organisms are neither derived from nor contain
living matter and include water, light, and wind
patterns, to name a few. (buzz) Otsego, Sam. – Abiotic factors. – Will we accept that? We will accept that. We will indeed. During this phase of the
moon, the illuminated half is facing toward
the Earth and we see a complete disc for the moon. What is this–
(buzz) That would be Pettisville, Levi. – Full moon. – That is a full moon,
watch out for werewolves. Who wrote Ode to a Nightingale
and Ode on a Grecian Urn? (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – Keats. – Keats, yes. The blue pat, excuse me
the Blue-backed Speller was written by this American
author whose goal was to promote the uniformity and
purity of language in America. Identify this lexicographer. (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – Johnson. – Incorrect, Otsego
would you like to steal? They’re saying no. Noah Webster is who we
were looking for there. Leader of the
Green Mountain Boys during the American–
(buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – Allen. – Will we accept just Allen? We will, Ethan Allen. What term is used to
designate the process that occurs when two
or more waves meet and their displacements
are superimposed, resulting in either
reinforcement or cancellation of the waves? The correct response
begins with the letter I. (buzz) Pettisville, Dalton. – Interference. – Interference, yes. By 1830, neoclassicism had
been replaced by romanticism in this European nation as
the major painting style. Identify the nation where
both Eugene Delacroix– (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – France. – France, yes. A live action remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
was released in 2017. Name the well known
actress from the– (buzz) That would be Otsego, Erica. – Emma Watson. – Emma Watson, yes. Who was the first
African-American actress to win an Oscar for
Best Supporting Actress for her work in
Gone With the Wind? (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – Fitzgerald. – Incorrect, Otsego
would you like to steal? They’re shaking their head no. Hattie McDaniel is who we
were looking for there. These healthcare professionals
dispense medication and advise patients–
(buzz) That would be Otsego, Erica. – Pharmacists. – Pharmacists, yes. In ancient times,
civilizations thrived in which fertile region located between the Tigris–
(buzz) Pettisville, Dalton. – Mesopotamia. – Mesopotamia, yes. On Earth, this effect
deflects moving objects to the right in the northern–
(buzz) Pettisville, Dalton. – Doppler Effect. – Incorrect. In the northern
hemisphere and to the left in the southern
hemisphere, name it. Otsego, would you like to steal? They say no, the Coriolis Effect is what we were
looking for there. Which non-profit, excuse me,
non-profit pediatric hospital founded in 1962 by Danny Thomas in Memphis, Tennessee–
(buzz) Otsego, Erica. – St. Jude. – St. Jude’s
Children’s Hospital. For insects and
reptiles, this process, among other major functions,
is to allow growth. Identify this process
that involves the shedding of the outer layer of–
(buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Molting? – Molting, yes. This US president died of
a sudden digestive ailment after only about 16
months in office, and was replaced by
Millard Fillmore. Name this president who also gained–
(buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Zachary Taylor. – Zachary Taylor, yes. This is the study of
mathematical structures that are countable or otherwise
distinct and separable. (buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Probability. – Uh, incorrect, Otsego
would you like to steal? – Yes, arithmetic. – [Marc] You need to buzz in. That would be Sam. – Arithmetic. – Incorrect,
mathematics or discrete is what we needed there. As a vast contributor
to high tech business in the United States,
this region of California is home to many–
(buzz) (ding)
Pettisville, Dalton. – Silicon Valley. – Silicon Valley. All right let’s take
a look at our score. We have Pettisville at 90
getting in just under the bell and Otsego currently
at 40 points. You’re gonna wanna stay tuned, Round two is coming up
next and it’s head to head. Stay tuned. (clock ticks) (pumped up music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. Pettisville 90, Otsego at 40. Looks like we have
some substitutions, a whole new lineup for Otsego. Tell us who you are. – I am Donovan, to
my right is Ethan, and to my left is Sam. – [Marc] All right
welcome to you. Pettisville, looks like
you have some subs, tell us who’s joined your team. – To my left is Heath
and to my right is Aaron. – All right welcome to
all of our new players. Now, this is our
Head to Head round. In this round, there
are 15 questions. Both teams get the
same 15 questions, two minutes and 30 seconds
to answer those questions. They’re worth 10 points a piece and there is no
deduction, I repeat, no deduction for an
incorrect answer. You may confer before
and after you buzz in and you can pass on a question, but if you pass, we
will not, I repeat, we will not return
to that question. Now, since it’s head to
head, one team is gonna stay and that’s gonna be Pettisville, and the other team is going
to isolation, that is Otsego. All right Pettisville,
are you ready for your 15 head
to head questions? – Yep. – This round for you
starts right now. She wrote The Secret Garden
and Little Lord Fauntleroy. (buzz) – Burnett. – Correct. Name the element discovered
by Henry Cavendish and once known as Protium. (buzz) – Helium. – Incorrect, hydrogen. During which set
of NASA missions did the first
spacewalks take place? (buzz) – Apollo. – Incorrect, Gemini. What was the nickname
meaning Little Boots that was given to the Roman
Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar? (buzz) – Nero. – Caligula. Give the collective name
of the nine goddesses of such arts as
music, dance, poetry– (buzz) – Muses. – Correct. Name the first Stuart
king of England. (buzz) – John. – Incorrect, James the First. These creatures made up the
dominant species on Earth through the Jurassic
and Cretaceous periods. (buzz) – Dinosaurs. – Correct. Fruit bats and
various monkey species transmit this deadly virus
in many parts of Africa. Name the–
(buzz) – Ebola. – Correct. Until 1926, this Turkish city
was known as Constantinople. (buzz) – Istanbul. – Correct. Give the English equivalent
for the abbreviation et al at the end of a list. (buzz) – Et cetera. – Incorrect, and others. This very long religious
conflict in Europe between 1618–
(buzz) – Hundred Years’ War. – Incorrect, the 30 Years’ War. Name the capital of California. (buzz) – Sacramento. – Correct. The chief river
of Southeast Asia, this waterway forms a good part
of the Laos Thailand border. (buzz) – Mekong. – Correct. This semi-aquatic egg-laying
animal is native to Australia. (buzz) – Platypus. – Correct. Translate the motto
of the United States E Pluribus Unum into English. (buzz) – Out of many, one. – Correct. That is all 15 questions
in the head to head round for you Pettisville,
it is now time for you to go to isolation. All right let’s
bring back in Otsego. Otsego, are you ready for your
15 head to head questions? This round for you
starts right now. She wrote The Secret Garden
and Little Lord Fauntleroy. (buzz) – Pass. – That would be Burnett. Name the element discovered
by Henry Cavendish and once known as Protium. (buzz) – Sodium. – Incorrect, hydrogen. During which set
of NASA missions did the first
spacewalks take place? (buzz) – Apollo. – Incorrect, Gemini. What was the nickname
meaning Little Boots that was given to the Roman
emperor Gaius Julius Caesar? (buzz) – Pass. – Caligula. Give the collective name
of the nine goddesses of such arts as
music, dance, poetry– (buzz) – The nine muses. – Correct. Name the first Stuart
king of England. (buzz) – King Phillip. – Incorrect, James the First. These creatures made up the
dominant species on Earth through the Jurassic
and Cretaceous periods. (buzz) – Dinosaurs. – Correct. Fruit bats and
various monkey species transmit this deadly virus
in many parts of Africa. Name the virus. (buzz) – Ebola. – Correct. Until 1926, this Turkish city
was known as Constantinople. (buzz) – Istanbul. – Correct. Give the English equivalent
for the abbreviation et al at the end of a list. (buzz) – Et cetera. – Incorrect, and others. This very long religious
conflict in Europe between 1618 and 1648 was ended by the Peace of Westphalia. (buzz) – Final Crusades. – Incorrect, 30 Years’ War. Name the capital of California. (buzz) – Sacramento. – Correct. The chief river southeast
Asia, this waterway forms a good part of the
Laos Thailand border. (buzz) – Yellow River. – Incorrect, the Mekong. – This semi-aquatic
egg-laying animal is native to Australia. (buzz) – Platypus. – Correct. Translate the motto
of the United States, E Pluribus Unum, into English. (buzz) – Out of many, one. – Correct. That is all 15 questions, the
head to head round for Otsego. It is now time to
clear all of our scores and let’s bring
back in Pettisville. All right teams, let’s
see where we stand. Otsego has how many points? 110, Pettisville stands at 180 points. Neither team has found
that knockout blow yet. Coming up next is
our Category round where things can change
very, very quickly. Questions can be worth
up to 30 points a piece, deductions are gonna start. Stay tuned. (clock ticks) (pumped up music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. We are now looking
at our new lineup for both of our teams,
Otsego, tell us your lineup. – Returning on my right is
Erica and on my left is Sam. – [Marc] All right welcome
to you, welcome back. And Pettisville? – On my left is Heath
and on my right is Luke. – All right and welcome
back to you Dalton. All right this is
our Category Round. There are six categories
to choose from, inside each category
are questions worth 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 points. But it is incumbent
upon me to warn you that there are deductions now. If you go for 20, you
are going to lose 20. You can confer before buzzing in and you can steal a
question in this round. Otsego, since you
are at 110 points, you get to make the
first selection. – [Donovan] Let’s go
Bodily Systems for 30. – Bodily Systems for 30 points. I will describe a system of
the human body, you name it. Collects and processes
information from the senses. (buzz) Pettisville, Heath. – Nervous. – Correct. Yeah, all team
members can buzz in. All right, Pettisville
in control. – [Dalton] Bodily
Systems for 25. – Bodily systems for 25. This is an organ system
consisting of the skin, hair, nails–
(buzz) that would be Pettisville, Luke. (whistle) Time. Skin, hair, nails
and exocrine glands, Otsego would you like to steal? (buzz) That would be Sam. – Integumentary system? – [Marc] Correct,
Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Bodily
Systems for 20. – Bodily Systems for 20 points. Circulates blood
around the body. (buzz) That would be Pettisville, Luke. – Circulatory system. – [Marc] Correct. Pettisville back in control. – [Dalton] Bodily
Systems for 15. – Bodily Systems for 15 points. Defends the body
against pathogens. That would be Otsego, Erica. – Immune system. – [Marc] Correct,
Otsego back in control. – [Donovan] Famous Ships, 20. – Famous Ships for 20 points. I will describe a famous
ship, you will name it. Largest ship in existence
at the time that it sank on its maiden voyage in 19–
(buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Titanic. – [Marc] Titanic indeed. Pettisville back in control. – [Dalton] Poetry Terms for 30. – Poetry Terms for 30 points. Name the poetry term described. Basic unit of measurement
of accentual– (buzz) That would be Otsego, Erica. – Meter. – Incorrect, accentual
syllabic meter. Pettisville, would
you like to steal? (whistle) We needed foot there, foot. Pettisville in control. – [Dalton] Think Links for 25. – Think Links for 25. Based on the given clue,
identify a two-word rhyming phrase that
renames the clue. The first letter
of the first word of the correct
response is given. For example, if we
were to say R, we’d say geologist’s jolt and the
answer would be rock shock. All right, sound good team,
here we go, all right. Pettisville, oh I’m sorry, I’m supposed to
read the question. N, kind rodents. (buzz) That would be Otsego, Erica. – Nice mice. – [Marc] Nice mice indeed. Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Think Links, 30. – Think Links for 30 points. The letter is C. Dehydrated fish soup. (whistle) That would be chowder powder. Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Think Links, 20. – Think Links for 20,
we’re just having fun now. Here we go, C,
blackboard conversation. (buzz) Otsego, Erica. – Chalk talk. – [Marc] Chalk talk,
yes, Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Think Links, 15. – Think Links for 15 points. The letter is B, an
improved pullover. (buzz) Pettisville, Dalton. – Better, uh, better sweater? – [Marc] Better sweater,
yes, Pettisville in control. – [Dalton] Movie Quotes for 20. – Movie Quotes for 20 points. I will read you a
popular movie quote, you will reply with the name of the fictional
character who said it. It is not our abilities
that show what we truly are, it is our choices. (buzz) Otsego, Donovan. – Professor X. – Incorrect, Pettisville
would you like to steal? They’re saying no, Dumbledore,
from the Harry Potter series. All right, Pettisville
in control. – [Dalton] Popular
Movie Quotes for 25. – Popular Movie
Quotes for 25 points. Oh yes, the past can hurt, but you can either run
from it or learn from it. (whistle) Rafiki from The Lion King. Pettisville in Control. – [Dalton] Famous Ships for 25. – Famous Ships for 25. Robert Fulton’s
first successful– (buzz) That would be Pettisville, Luke. – Clermont. – [Marc] The Clermont, yes,
Pettisville in control. – [Dalton] Ships for 30. – Ships for 30 points. Ship on which James
Cook discovered the east coast of Africa. (whistle) That would be the HMS Endeavor. Pettisville in control. – [Dalton] Ships for 15. – Ships for 15 points. The ship that transported
the Pilgrims to America. Otsego, Erica. – Mayflower. – That was indeed the Mayflower, Otsego in the driver’s seat now. – [Donovan] Popular Movie, 30. – Popular Movie
Quotes for 30 points. Show me the money!
(buzz) That would be
Pettisville, Heath. – Um, Hawkeye. – Incorrect, Otsego
would you like to steal? They’re saying no,
that was Jerry Maguire. Uh, Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Movie 15. – Movie for 15. Do or do not–
(buzz) that would be Otsego, Erica. – Yoda. – Yoda indeed, yes. Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Poetry Terms, 25. – Poetry Terms for 25. Number of lines in one
stanza of a quatrain. (buzz) Pettisville, Heath. – Five. – [Marc] Incorrect, Otsego
(buzz) would you like to steal? That would be Donovan. – Four. – [Marc] Four is what we
were looking for there. Otsego in control. – [Donovan] American Firsts, 30. – American Firsts for 30 points. Based on the given clue,
identify the person. Who was the first
woman to be elected as governor of a US state? (whistle) Nellie Tayloe Ross is who
we were looking for there. Otsego in control. – [Donovan] Think Links, 10. – Think Links for 10 points. The letter is B, sad footwear. (buzz)
(whistle) That would be, they get it
in time? Pettisville, Dalton. – Blue shoe. – [Marc] That would be a
blue shoe, yeah, it would be. Pettisville in control. – [Dalton] Poetry Terms for 15. – Number of lines in
the stanza of a couplet. (buzz) That would be Otsego, Erica. – Two. – [Marc] Correct,
Otsego is in control. – [Donovan] American Firsts, 25. – American Firsts for 25 points. Who was the first woman to
be elected to the US Senate? (ding) End of round, that
was Hattie Caraway. Let’s take a look at
our score, we have Pettisville at 220 points
and Otsego at 215 points. It doesn’t get much
closer than this. You’re gonna wanna stick around, our BrainStorm round
is coming up next. Stay tuned. (clock ticks) (pumped up music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. Otsego 215 points,
Pettisville 220 points. Anybody’s game. Otsego, Pettisville, looks like you have shuffled the deck a
little bit on your teams here. Otsego, tell us who you are. – I’m Xander, to my left is
Sam, and to my right is Ethan. – [Marc] All right,
welcome back to y’all. And Pettisville,
tell us your lineup. – I’m Levi, to my left is
Aaron and to my right is Luke. – All right welcome back to
all of our returning players and our new players. This is the BrainStorm round. All questions in this round
are worth 20 points a piece. Negative 20 points for
an incorrect answer. You may confer
before buzzing in, conferring after will
cost you 20 points. You cannot, I repeat, you cannot steal a question in this round. Anybody’s game, Otsego,
Pettisville, are you ready? BrainStorm Round
starts right now. This humorist once said, “There
is no distinctly American “criminal class
except Congress.” (whistle) That’d be Mark Twain. What novelist created the
character of Captain Nemo? (whistle) Jules Verne. What was George
Washington’s profession before he became a soldier? (whistle) He was a surveyor. Which impressionist artist
painted a series of waterlilies? (buzz) That would be
Pettisville, Aaron. – Monet. – Monet is correct. Our sun is the
closest star to Earth. What is the next closest–
(buzz) That would be Pettisville, Luke. – Proxima Centauri? – Incorrect, Alpha Centauri. How many pairs of ribs are
there in the adult human body? (whistle) 12. In what state is Mount
Rushmore located? (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – South Dakota. – Correct. How many physicists, or how
do physicists define velocity? (buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Distance divided by time? – Incorrect, speed
in a given direction. What is the smallest
of the Great Lakes? (buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Ontario. – Incorrect, Huron. What is Canada’s longest River? (buzz) Pettisville, Levi. – St. Lawrence. – Incorrect, the Mackenzie. What is the largest
coral reef system in the world?
(buzz) Pettisville, Luke. – Great Barrier Reef. – Correct. Radar is an acronym. What does it stand for? (whistle) Radio detection and ranging. Many people invest
their savings in a CD. What does CD stand for? (buzz) Pettisville, Aaron. – Compact disc. – Incorrect,
certificate of deposit. What organ is
affected by Hepatitis? (buzz)
(whistle) That would be, did
she get it in time? Otsego, Xander. – The liver. – The liver is correct. There are four types
of nucleotides. Name them. (whistle) Adenine, Cytosine,
Guanine, and Thymine. This law of geology states that the oldest rock in a–
(buzz) That would be Pettisville, Luke. – Law of superposition. – Correct. At the southernmost
tip of South America is a sparsely populated
area with mountains to the west and
grasslands to the east. Name this area. (buzz) Pettisville, Aaron. (ding) – Patagonia. – Correct. That is the end of
the BrainStorm Round, I am just getting
word from our judge that the Proxima Centauri
answer was correct, let’s take a look at our score. We have Otsego at
235 and our winner, Pettisville, with 260 points. Let’s give both these teams
a big round of applause, and in the spirit of
good sportsmanship, let’s meet in the
middle, shake hands, and we’ll see you at the
next BGSU Brain Game. (upbeat music)

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