Show #6496 - Monday, December 10, 2012

Contestants

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Joel Alderson, a pathologist from Andover, Kansas

Mandy Tuthill, a public librarian from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Josh Frumkin, a non-profit assistant director of donor relations from Germantown, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

CAPES OF ALL SHAPES
SHE CREATED HIM
SOMEBODY CALLED FOR A DOCTRINE
CHRISTMAS PARTIES
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH?
"B-L-T"
    $200 24
Dumbledore gave Harry Potter a cloak with this power as an anonymous Christmas gift
    $200 7
Frankenstein's monster
    $200 21
His 1947 doctrine called for aid to anticommunist governments in Greece & turkey
    $200 16
In an animated special, he heads to the North Pole so he'll never melt & is tracked there by a magician named Professor Hinkle
    $200 3
A can of "mini ABC's & 123's with meatballs", prepared by this red-scarved "chef"
    $200 1
Ernest Hemingway's "Death in the Afternoon" is a treatise on this Spanish spectacle
    $400 25
Once a center of the whaling industry, this cape, highlighted here, is between one & 20 miles wide
    $400 9
The vampire Lestat
    $400 22
His 1957 doctrine promised aid to any anticommunist middle eastern government
    $400 17
After a change of heart, he carved the roast beast at the Whos' Christmas feast
    $400 8
At a movie matinee, this gooey chips-&-cheese snack
    $400 2
Count yourself really smart if you know it's the popular cut of diamond seen here
    $600 26
Edna Mode says, "Stratogirl! April 23rd, '57! Cape caught in a jet turbine... no capes!" in this Pixar film
    $600 11
Atticus Finch
    $600 23
"Doctrine and Covenants", one of the 4 scriptures of Mormonism, contains more revelations from this man
    $600 18
The title character of this holiday film, now out on Blu-ray, is Santa's youngest son
    $600 10
This snack from Hostess, created in 1930; its inventor said it "was the best darn-tootin' idea I ever had"
    $600 4
A decorative cylindrical pillow for a sofa or bed, or to improve something, like morale
    $800 27
Alan Shepard left this Florida cape in a big hurry on May 5, 1961
    DD: $1,000 12
Wang Lung
    $800 28
This country's Hallstein Doctrine was a Cold War effort to keep other nations from recognizing East Germany
    $800 19
This holiday song says, "I am a poor boy too...I have no gift to bring...shall I play for you"
    $800 13
This "pie", diced lamb mixed with gravy & veggies topped with mashed potatoes
    $800 5
This breed of dog originated in England in the 1800s
    $1000 29
It's the 6-letter wool wrap from Latin America seen here
    $1000 15
Henry Huggins
    $1000 30
The doctrine named for this '60s & '70s leader asserted the Soviet Union's right to intervene in socialist countries
    $1000 20
This angel, Second Class, stops George Bailey from committing suicide on Christmas
    $1000 14
From Hebrew national's line of sliced lunchmeats, this one that's drier than bologna
    $1000 6
Delivered by an inhaler, albuterol is a quick-acting one of these 14-letter medications that open the airways

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

Josh Mandy Joel
$2,400 $1,800 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Mandy Joel
$6,000 $3,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

LEFT TO YOUR OWN DEVICES
A LITTLE ALLITERATION
AWARDS & HONORS
RECENTLY DIRECTED
LANDMARKS
MEAN JOE
    $400 16
The ionization type of this safety device responds better to leaping flames; the photoelectric, to smoldering
    $400 1
A baby-faced angel disobeying the rules of a game
    $400 18
The government of India instituted a peace prize named for him on Oct. 2, 1994, the 125th anniversary of his birth
    $400 5
Go ahead & make our day & tell us he directed "Hereafter"
    $400 2
During WWII the gold vault at this military post held the original copy of the U.S. Constitution
    $400 23
Nicknamed "tailgunner Joe" for his WWII service, he hunted reds in the U.S. government
    $800 17
Virgin America's inflight safety video says, "for the .0001 percent of you who have never operated" this before...
    $800 3
A waltz for the highest British hereditary noble rank
    $800 20
Presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, it's the leading award for Internet sites
    $800 6
They are the true collaborators behind 2010's "True Grit"
    DD: $3,400 12
This Moscow green space gave Martin Cruz Smith a novel title
    $800 24
Fruity nickname of mob boss Joseph Bonanno
    $1200 19
The Jugs radar gun has been measuring this in baseball since 1971, too late for Bob Feller or Steve Dalkowski
    $1200 4
The king of beasts' maze
    DD: $3,500 28
This highest decoration for valor in the British armed forces was instituted at the request of Prince Albert
    $1200 7
"To Rome with Love" is his 42nd feature-length film as director
    $1200 13
Gutzon Borglum was the first sculptor to work on this Civil War monument 16 miles east of Atlanta
    $1200 25
Talk about mean--this Nazi PR guy & his wife poisoned their 6 kids before taking their own lives
    $1600 21
When it uses gravity to transfer liquid from one level to a lower one, a tube becomes one of these devices
    $1600 10
A follicly challenged hair cutter
    $1600 30
Oddly, this award for excellence in advertising is named for the muse of history
    $1600 8
This horror master was back for more with "Scream 4"
    $1600 14
The longest unbroken drop of this Venezuelan waterfall is 2,648 feet
    $1600 26
Tom Sawyer's archfoe, he kills Doc Robinson & frames Muff Potter before coming to a bad end in a cave
    $2000 22
When Al Gross first shopped this communication device in 1949, doctors said, "but it would interrupt our golf games"
    $2000 11
A sign that points to the inability to sleep
    $2000 29
Spain's version of the Oscar is called this, after artist Francisco (winners get a bust of him)
    $2000 9
"Transformers: Dark of the Moon" was another stew of action & effects from this director
    $2000 15
The mailing address of Hearst Castle is in this small California community
    $2000 27
This leader of Africa's Lord's Resistance Army is wanted for crimes against humanity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Mandy Joel
$23,400 $300 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1920s LITERATURE
The collapse of this title structure causes the death of Esteban, Uncle Pio, Don Jaime, Pepita & a marquesa

Final scores:

Josh Mandy Joel
$26,401 $1 $1,200
2-day champion: $43,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Mandy Joel
$21,800 $3,800 $13,200
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,800

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