Show #6412 - Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Contestants

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Leslie Page, a public library director from Woonsocket, Rhode Island

Leo Velazquez, a theme park ride operator from Orange, California

Matt Samberg, an attorney from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $44,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORDS WITH FRIENDS
FACE THE NATION
LETTER-HEADS
(Alex: Each correct response will be a letter followed by a word.)
DOUBLE DOUBLE E
CLASSIC ALBUMS
ON THE TURNTABLE
    $200 17
Marc Antony precedes "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him" with this 7-word line
    $200 1
Summer in this country lasts from December to February
    $200 14
Back when the company was launched in 1945, you could rent one of these do-it-yourself movers for $2 per day
    $200 2
It's an implement edged with rubber used to remove excess water
    $200 4
Quincy Jones & Michael Jackson took home album of the year Grammys for this 1982 megaseller
    $200 25
Turntable expert Grandmaster Flash excels at moving the record back & forth under the needle, also called this action
    $400 18
This document says of the British, "We must...hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends"
    $400 3
It's where western civilization began
    $400 15
From 2001 to 2005 the rapper and businessman seen here went by this name
    $400 8
In song it precedes, "where'd ya get those peepers?"
    $400 10
The Bee Gees sang 6 of the hit songs on this 1977 movie soundtrack
    $400 26
"Lethargic" name for the revolving turntable found on some kitchen tables
    $600 19
This song begins, "What would you think if I sang out of tune, would you stand up and walk out on me"
    $600 5
It occupies almost half of its continent
    $600 16
Reasons for having one of these: the baby's too big: it's in distress; it's not in a head-down position
    $600 9
Rhyming word meaning very tiny: 4 of its 6 letters
    $600 11
"Thunder Road" kicks off this third album by Bruce Springsteen
    DD: $1,900 20
He said of his dad's influence when he ran for governor in 1994, "I've inherited 100% of his enemies & only 50% of his friends"
    $800 6
We bet you know this tiny country highlighted here
    $800 22
Sue, who resides at the Field Museum in Chicago, was a 42-foot-long one of these
    $800 24
It's the job of someone charged with the maintenance of a golf course
    $800 12
His "Songs in the Key of Life" include "I Wish" & "Isn't She Lovely"
    $1000 21
"If you're wrong, admit it" is a chapter title in this advice book by Dale Carnegie
    $1000 7
Last night I dreamt I went to Mandalay again, in this country
    $1000 23
Adopted by the army in 1942, these individual meals in a box were first used by paratroopers
    $1000 13
Angus Young sports a pair of devilish horns on the cover of this 1979 AC/DC album
    $1000 27
On a modified Boeing 707 the radar system mounted on a turntable is known by this military acronym

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Matt Leo Leslie
$3,600 $200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Leo Leslie
$7,300 -$400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETIC VERBS
THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOZE ON
SEE "INSIDE" FOR DETAILS
ANGRY BIRDS
TRANSPORTATION
THIS IS SPORTS SENATOR
    $400 18
"Because I could not ____ for death"
    $400 1
Better dead than red? His health ruined by drinking, this crusader against communism found out May 2, 1957
    $400 13
Ichiro Suzuki is the only player ever to hit one of these home runs in an all-star game
    $400 8
The Protection Act of 1940 for this bird says you best not mess with me, Mac! I'm only the symbol of our country!
    $400 6
The main attraction of the event called Monster Jam is watching these vehicles
    $800 19
"I ____ the body electric"
    DD: $1,500 2
He died in Babylon in 323 B.C., a few days after a drinking bout & a few months after declaring himself a god
    $800 14
Actors, writers & directors reminisce about their careers on this James Lipton-hosted TV show
    $800 9
Yes, I can fly! But as a Chaparral Cock, aka this bird, I prefer the ground! & no, I won't say "beep beep" for you!
    $800 7
Based on banana-hanging hooks, it was invented in 1936 to transport skiers at Sun Valley, Idaho
    $1200 3
This comic died of alcohol-related causes in Pasadena, not Philadelphia, on Christmas Day 1946
    $1200 15
It's a long shot that if you return the Jack you will draw a seven to complete this hand
    $1200 10
Yeah, I'm the redheaded species of this bird. Oh, I damaged your lovely wooden home with my beak? Hmm, do I care? No
    $1200 20
(Alex delivers the clue from the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.) Water and fuel for the train are carried in this car just behind the locomotive. It has a gentle-sounding name; think of an early Elvis Presley hit song
    $1200 25
Now Senate majority leader, he boxed in Vegas as a Golden Gloves middleweight
    $1600 4
This dashing "Captain Blood" star died in 1959 at the end of a week-long binge
    $1600 16
In November 1986 Ivan Boesky was penalized $100 million for this type of illegal activity
    $1600 11
As a northern type of this bird, I've been known to imitate songs of 32 different birds in 10 mins., but I do not do requests!
    $1600 21
This maternal term for a vessel that guards or serves smaller ones is used in sci-fi to refer to a vast alien craft
    $1600 23
In 2010 this ex-Tennessee senator was all bull, returning to acting as Bull Hancock in "Secretariat"
    $2000 5
After years of heavy drinking, this 14th president died in 1869 of liver problems
    DD: $2,000 17
Referring to Interstate 495, this 3-word term describes isolated politicians
    $2000 12
I'm just goin' out with my covey, Ma! As Montezumas, I know we're a small variety of this bird, but I'll be ok! Gosh!
    $2000 22
This innovation in the Model T may have resulted from better roads, making oncoming cars more of a worry than ditches
    $2000 24
Colorado senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell was on the U.S. Judo team at the 1964 Summer Olympics in this Asian city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Leo Leslie
$12,100 $8,400 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1950s MOVIES
"The Man on Lincoln's Nose" was a working title for this 1959 film

Final scores:

Matt Leo Leslie
$16,801 $15,801 $16,100
3-day champion: $61,402 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Leo Leslie
$11,000 $8,400 $7,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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