Show #6429 - Thursday, July 26, 2012

Contestants

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Leo Lopez, a psychiatrist from Brooklyn, New York

Lori Hohenleitner, an executive director for a nonprofit from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey

Doug Thornton, an information technology manager from Chesterfield, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

STUPID ANSWERS: MOVIES
QUOTES OF THE 2010s
SHAKESPEARE
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THE CIVIL WAR BY THE NUMBERS
DO YOU KNOW THE "LING"O?
    $200 5
Melissa McCarthy was a scene-stealer as one of the bridesmaids in this raunchy chick flick
    $200 26
She told her daytime audience, "You and this show have been the great love of my life"
    $200 3
For most of Shakespeare's life, this monarch ruled England
    $200 1
In 2001 AOL & this communications giant completed a $164 billion merger, the largest in U.S. history
    $200 21
These 2 warring capitals were a mere 100 miles apart
    $200 13
The name of these brothers is on "The Greatest Show on Earth"
    $400 9
In "Jurassic Park", Richard Attenborough has created a dinosaur-filled animal preserve called this
    $400 27
This news mogul told a Parliamentary hearing, "This is the most humble day of my life"
    $400 4
Will paid part of the cost of building this theater that opened in late 1599
    $400 2
In 1994 The Gap's president Millard Drexler created this lower-priced chain, naming it for a Paris bar
    $400 22
According to the prisoner exchange agreement of July 1862, 60 privates could be exchanged for one of these officers
    $400 14
6-letter verb meaning to tarry
    $600 10
This film with a one-word title is based on the play "God of Carnage"
    $600 28
In 2012 he asked, "Why would I make any more ("Star Wars" movies) when everybody... says what a terrible person you are?"
    DD: $1,000 6
Shakespeare's 37 plays are traditionally classified into 3 groups: comedies, tragedies & these
    $600 18
In September 2008 Google unveiled this new web browser
    $600 23
With a population of about 168,000 in 1860, this city on the Mississippi River was the largest city in the Confederacy
    $600 15
It's the processing fee sometimes paid in addition to shipping when purchasing a mail-order item
    $800 11
A dolphin loses its tail in a crab trap in this family film based on a real dolphin named Winter
    $800 29
In May 2011 Barack Obama said, "To... families who have lost loved ones to" this group's "terror: justice has been done"
    $800 7
Alliterative 2-word name for the 1623 volume of Shakespeare's collected plays
    $800 19
Although this German company created an electric shaver in 1938, WWII delayed its introduction until 1951
    $800 24
12,000 men were involved in this ill-fated July 1863 "Charge" named for a general who sold insurance after the war
    $800 16
Wrestling, or a type of hook attached to a rope used for climbing
    $1000 12
The third film in the "Shrek" series has this 3-word title
    $1000 30
This congressman from N.Y. said the scandal involving him "seems like it's a prank to make fun of my name"
    $1000 8
Whether play or poem, blank verse or rhymed, the majority of Shakespeare's works are written in this meter
    $1000 20
This athletic shoe company's logo originally depicted a black cat leaping through a "D", for Rudolf Dassler, the founder
    $1000 25
In March 1861 there were 7 Confederate states, so there were 7 stars on the flag with this rhyming nickname
    $1000 17
A quenelle is described as a light, airy one of these lumpy food items

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

Doug Lori Leo
$600 $5,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lori Leo
$5,000 $5,000 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BARONS & BARONESSES
TRANSPORTATION
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
GIVE 'EM HEALTH!
BIBLICAL WIFERY
LESSER-KNOWN GREEKS & ROMANS?
(Alex: And in that one, they really are lesser-known, however, to help you out, I will tell you that each correct response ends in "U-S". Those are the letters.)
    $400 21
Both Seattle & Disneyland have this type of train named for the single track upon which it runs
    $400 6
Eastwood's after-dinner candies
    $400 1
Got osteo- this joint disease, like 70% of those over 70? Try walking in water, which gives resistance with no wear & tear
    $400 12
Peter suggests wives be submissive "even as" she "obeyed Abraham, calling him lord"
    $400 11
We can thank this culinary great for his signature chickpea dip popular in the Middle East
    $800 22
During a Feb. 2012 test flight, one of its 787 Dreamliners traced the company's logo with its flight path
    $800 7
Singer-songwriter Sheryl's non-poetic writing
    $800 2
In the 1910s Elizabeth White first bred the plump & antioxidant-rich type of this berry we know today
    $800 13
Chapter 18 of this third book of the Bible contains detailed regulations on avoiding incest in choosing a wife
    $800 17
He's best remembered for the sheer length of his name, "even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious"
    $1200 26
He's the baron who wrote the lines "Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die"
    $1200 23
Built in 1914, the Belle of Louisville is the oldest continually operating one of these on an American river
    $1200 8
TV journalist Diane's attorneys
    $1200 3
Make sure to wash produce--romaine lettuce was the culprit in a 2011 outbreak of this, first name Escherichia
    DD: $2,500 14
Laban promises this daughter to Jacob as a wife but substitutes Leah for her at the last minute
    $1200 18
Sadly, he got his thrills by living his life through others
    DD: $7,000 27
Rudolf Erich Raspe wrote a 1785 booklet of tall tales about him; the real baron disapproved
    $1600 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a crew patch on the monitor.) The crew patch used for the 1992 inaugural flight of this Space Shuttle featured the names of the crew surrounding the depiction of the 18th century ship for which it's named
    $1600 9
TV judge Simon's wooden rods or pins
    $1600 4
Prevention's "12 Ways to Lower" this "Naturally" include "Indulge in dark chocolate" & "Seek help for snoring"
    $1600 15
This king, David's son, was led into idol worship by his many foreign wives
    $1600 19
This 6-letter guy always had his head in the clouds, the wispy kind to be exact
    $2000 28
In 1955 this Woolworth heiress married her 6th husband, German tennis star Baron Gottfried von Cramm
    $2000 25
A classic song says, "Then I'd watch the lights 'til they fade away on" this railroad
    $2000 10
Ms. Cyrus' emoticons
    $2000 5
DHA is one of these fatty acids that help stabilize the heart's electrical system; great, now I'm a fish oil salesman!
    $2000 16
In the last book of the Old Testament, this prophet chastises the men of Israel for taking foreign wives
    $2000 20
Whenever he was around, people's ears would start to ring

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lori Leo
$16,000 $7,900 $19,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OPERA
The swan boats in Boston's Public Garden were inspired by this opera in which a swan pulls a boat on the Scheldt River

Final scores:

Doug Lori Leo
$1,000 $5,800 $7,199
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,199

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Lori Leo
$10,600 $6,600 $19,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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