Show #6423 - Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Contestants

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Julie Bratvold Ghanbari, a stay-at-home mom from San Diego, California

Elisa Leigan, a mental health therapist from San Luis Obispo, California

Dan Burke, a high school theology teacher from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,798)

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Jeopardy! Round

MYSTERIES & THRILLERS
CHINESE ZODIAC ANIMALS
BEGINS & ENDS IN "K"
NO BED BUT BATH & BEYOND
POTPOURRI
ADDRESSING THE BALLPARK
(Alex: We'll give you the address, you tell us the team that plays there as their home field.)
    $200 4
A man travels back in time to try to prevent JFK's assassination in Stephen King's thriller named for this date
    $200 16
"Bear" down now--this Alaskan island was headquarters of the Russian-American Company until 1804
    $200 21
Known for bar soap, this company with lots o' green says its deodorant is "made for lads with the scents lasses love"
    $200 11
If you roll a standard 6-sided die & a 2 comes up, this number is on the bottom
    $200 1
One Royal Way
    $400 5
A Thomas Harris thriller ends, "Clarice Starling...sleeps deeply, sweetly, in" this
    $400 17
This monocled colonel served as the commandant of Stalag 13 on "Hogan's Heroes"
    $400 22
Take a Chance...or a Coco Mademoiselle; both are women's fragrances from this company
    $400 12
Conchita the mule is always at the side of this man who represents Colombian coffee growers
    $400 2
24 Willie Mays Plaza
    $600 8
"One for the Money" introduced this bounty hunter played on the big screen by Katherine Heigl
    $600 27
My 2020 vision tells me that 2020 is the year of this, be it sewer or kangaroo
    $600 18
Your relatives
    $600 23
Hello, ladies..."the man your man could smell like" was Isaiah Mustafa as he pitched (shirtlessly) this product
    $600 13
The suits in this deck of cards include wands, pentacles & cups
    $600 3
333 West Camden Street
    DD: $1,200 9
Chapter 1 of this classic is "Spade & Archer"
    $800 26
Babies born in 2022 will have the "eye of" this & will pounce on their work as they do their enemies
    $800 19
"The Happy Wanderer" loves "to go a-wandering along the mountain track" with this on his back
    $800 24
Sensitivity toothpastes from this brand include Full Protection & the not-so-sensitive-sounding Fresh Impact
    $800 14
Monroe's model 8130 one of these can display up to 12 digits & perform square roots
    $800 6
2000 Gene Autry Way
    $1000 10
In "The Big Sleep" we learn that this shamus lives at the Hobart Arms on Franklin
    $1000 25
Folks born in 2009, the year of this 2-letter creature, are hardworking & detail-oriented
    $1000 20
This coin was named from the Russian word for "spear" because originally a rider with a spear was depicted on it
    $1000 28
Face facts: face products from this Paris company include Age Perfect & Revitalift
    $1000 15
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) An orphan is the first line of a paragraph on its own at the bottom of a page; this term is used for the last line of a paragraph alone at the top of a page
    $1000 7
100 Joe Nuxhall Way

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

Dan Elisa Julie
$4,400 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Elisa Julie
$5,800 $3,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE OED SEZ
(Alex: The Oxford English Dictionary.)
CRAZY ABOUT QUEBEC
IT'S AN OLYMPIC YEAR!
"C" MONSTERS
OPUS & OPERA
FILL IN THE BEST PICTURE TITLE
    $400 11
"A person who uses his skill with computers to try to gain unauthorized access to computer files"
    $400 26
This city in Quebec is second only to Paris as the world's most populous French-speaking city
    $400 16
The Liberty Bell moves to a pavilion north of Independence Hall; Israeli commandos take on hijackers at Entebbe
    $400 6
Half man & half horse, they wreaked havoc in Thessaly & were expelled
    $400 21
This meanie in "Hansel and Gretel" was written for a mezzo-soprano but is sometimes sung by a tenor
    $400 1
Loverly 1964 winner: "M.F.L."
    $800 12
"The action of killing one's father...also: betrayal of one's country"
    $800 27
The name Quebec comes from the Algonquian for "place where the river narrows", referring to this river
    $800 17
Hillary Clinton elected to Senate; first full-time crew arrives at International Space Station
    $800 7
Hesiod said this beast that guarded the entrance to Hades had 50 heads, not just 3
    $800 22
These are repetitions of a theme with changes; Paganini's Opus 9 is these on "God Save the King"
    $800 2
1951, Gene Kelly on the Seine: "A.A.I.P."
    $1200 13
"A waterfall" or "an opacity of the crystalline lens of the eye"
    $1200 18
Rome-Berlin Axis formed; "Gone with the Wind" published
    $1200 8
Scylla's fearsome counterpart
    $1200 23
His sole opera, "Fidelio", tells a tale of a young woman disguising herself as a boy
    $1200 3
2008, things are much different behind the scenes at "Jeopardy!": "S.M."
    $1600 14
"A charm, of North American Indian origin...leather hoop with a webbed centre of threads...hung above a bed"
    $1600 19
Apple introduces the Macintosh; Vanessa Williams wins Miss America Pageant
    $1600 9
This "tempestuous" Shakespearean monster is described as "a savage and deformed slave"
    $1600 24
It's the title of Elgar's Opus 78 & of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, opus no. unknown, featuring actors on roller skates
    $1600 4
Check out (or really, check in) this winner for 1931-32: "G.H."
    $2000 15
A "proposition which forms the basis for a...theory...a starting point for reasoning"
    $2000 20
The U-2 incident; incidentally, U2's Bono is born
    DD: $2,000 10
The Greeks said this fire-breather was part lion, part dragon & part goat--but maybe it was a figment of their imagination
    DD: $2,500 25
His Opus 68 is "From the Bohemian Forest", composed around 1883
    $2000 5
1945's makes you wish it was Monday: "T.L.W."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Elisa Julie
$9,000 $2,200 $10,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH HISTORY
This 17th century king was the last British monarch to enter the House of Commons

Final scores:

Dan Elisa Julie
$3 $2,200 $18,001
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Elisa Julie
$9,000 $2,200 $14,600
16 R,
4 W
10 R,
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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