Show #6556 - Monday, March 4, 2013

Contestants

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Erin Schmidt, a freelance writer and editor from Mishawaka, Indiana

Dylan Wint, a neurologist and psychiatrist from Las Vegas, Nevada

Sara Garnett, a graduate student of zoology originally from Okemos, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $75,403)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHESS? YES!
3-LETTER WORDS
EXILED
SHOPPING ABBREV.
CELEBRITIES LOVE TV
"V" ARE THE WORLD
    $200 21
This piece that starts off in the corner is generally worth about 5 pawns
    $200 16
A female goat can be referred to as a nanny goat or this, just like a female deer
    $200 11
After declaring Napoleon III a traitor to France, this "Les Miserables" author went into exile for 19 years
    $200 26
It revamped its stores in 2012:
JCP
    $200 6
(I'm CNN correspondent Lizzie O'Leary.) Just like a lot of people, I'm watching this AMC show created by Matthew Weiner, who writes great characters like Betty Draper & Roger Sterling
    $200 1
The highest point in this country is Pico Bolivar
    $400 22
To earn this title, a player must attain a minimum of 2500 rating points
    $400 17
Cheers to you if you know that London dry is a common type of this
    $400 12
In 1302 this poet was exiled from Florence by political enemies & faced being burnt at the stake if he returned
    $400 27
Take flight with this patriotic-sounding clothing store: AE
    $400 7
(I'm BBC news anchor Katty Kay.) I can't get enough of Maggie Smith's dowager countess on this PBS show with lines like "Don't be defeatist, dear, it's very middle class"
    $400 2
Stanley Park occupies 1,000 acres of this British Columbia city
    $600 23
To fianchetto one of these pieces is to move it onto one of the board's long diagonals
    $600 18
In a patriotic song Columbia is the this "of the ocean"
    $600 13
In the '70s this Oscar-nominated "Chinatown " director fled the United States
    $600 28
It has a line called pink: VS
    $600 8
(I'm columnist Clarence Page.) I like to watch this NBC sitcom, which I think is an inspired satire of small-town governance & political ambition
    $600 3
This major city on the Adriatic is vulnerable to floods, as was the case in 2008
    $800 24
A game in which each player is allotted 5 minutes or less is called this type, German for "lightning"
    $800 19
This Hawaiian dish made from cooked taro root that's pounded to a paste is eaten with the fingers
    DD: $400 14
He's been in exile since 1959 after a failed Tibetan uprising against Chinese occupation
    $800 29
Clothes for the working woman: AT
    $800 9
(I'm CNBC reporter David Faber.) I enjoy getting a look at commerce far from Wall Street on this drama from David Simon about Baltimore's inner city drug trade
    $800 4
Of Austria's 9 states, it's the smallest in area
    $1000 25
One of black's most popular defenses is called this, a term for a person from a Mediterranean island
    $1000 20
A unit of energy, it has also been used in slang to mean cool, great, wonderful
    $1000 15
The government of Russia didn't like Peter Kropotkin's being lead thinker of this no-government philosophy
    $1000 30
There's one at 5th & 58th in NYC: BG
    $1000 10
(I'm Lewis Black.) I'm watching this gritty drama based on the works of Elmore Leonard & starring Timothy Olyphant as an old-school U.S. Marshal in the 21st century
    $1000 5
This "City" was created in 1929 by the Lateran treaty

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

Sara Dylan Erin
$3,800 $2,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Dylan Erin
$7,600 $5,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PARDON THE ERUPTION
OLYMPIC FACT SHEET
AMERICAN ARCHITECTS
EDIBLE BEFORE & AFTER
GEOGRAPHIC TITLES
2 LETTERS, 1 WORD
(Alex: Let me give you an example. If the clue read, "This describes Alex's rodent-like eyes." The correct response would be, "What is beady?" [B.D.])
    $400 26
In the 1780s fumes & lava from the Laki volcano in this North Atlantic nation killed most of its livestock
    $400 11
This was changed from 25 to 26.2 miles at London's 1908 Games so it would end in front of the royal family's box
    $400 6
The Senate & house wings as we know them of this D.C. building were added by Thomas Walter in the 1850s
    $400 21
Boy George's group that's a double-decker creation with bacon, lettuce, tomato & turkey on 3 slices of bread
    $400 1
Agatha Christie: "Death on the _____"
    $400 16
It's not difficult
    $800 27
Cleveland Volcano in this Alaskan island group just keeps on erupting; a June 19, 2012 belch sent ash 35,000 feet up
    $800 12
Including 1952's "Magnificent Magyars", it has won more men's soccer medals than any other current country
    $800 7
Michael Graves, a leader of the post-modernism movement, designed hotels for this Orlando-area theme park
    $800 22
Dairy-filled pastry that frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called Honah Lee
    $800 2
Peter Mayle: "A Year in _____"
    $800 17
A tent used by Native Americans
    $1200 28
When this volcano in the Sunda Strait erupted Aug. 27, 1883, the shock wave traveled around the world 7 times
    $1200 13
After teams from China, South Korea & Indonesia were disqualified in 2012, this sport mulled format changes
    $1200 8
In 1904 in Buffalo he designed one of the USA's first all air-conditioned office buildings
    $1200 23
A fried Asian appetizer that you use for personal grooming like Ban or Dry Idea
    $1200 3
Paula McLain's portrait of the lost generation: "The _____ Wife"
    $1200 18
A short non-fiction literary composition, or to try
    $1600 29
Materials in the atmosphere from the 1991 eruption of this volcano on Luzon caused the world's temp. to drop by 1 degree
    DD: $1,000 14
In 1952 Lis Hartel, a paralyzed entrant in this sport, won silver with help from a friend named Jubilee
    DD: $400 9
His projects in the country of his birth include the Suzhou Museum
    $1600 24
Charlie Brown's gal pal is a hamburger with Swiss cheese & onions served on grilled rye
    $1600 4
Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows:
"The ____ Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society"
    $1600 19
Shabby & rundown, or like a watermelon
    $2000 30
It sounds more
like Italian food,
but this volcano
on an island north of Sicily
is known as the Lighthouse
of the Mediterranean
    $2000 15
The numbered gates in the canoe slalom have 2 colors, red & green, which stand for these 2 directions on a river
    $2000 10
California's first licensed female architect, Julia Morgan, designed this tycoon's castle
    $2000 25
Bourbon-&-peach liqueur that's a cozy dish from childhood, like meatloaf or macaroni & cheese
    $2000 5
Ken Follett: "The Man from _____ _____"
    $2000 20
Before "one" it means this one, that one, whatever one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Dylan Erin
$13,200 $11,200 $8,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
One of its mascots is a restored 1930 sport coupe that's been in use at the school since 1961

Final scores:

Sara Dylan Erin
$3,999 $7,199 $3,800
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,199 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Dylan Erin
$13,200 $13,800 $8,800
18 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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