Show #6559 - Thursday, March 7, 2013

Drew Horwood game 3.

Contestants

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Jennifer Head, an archivist for the Sisters of Charity from Dubuque, Iowa

Lloyd Baum, an insurance specialist from Long Beach, New York

Drew Horwood, a business analyst from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 18th CENTURY
SINGERS PORTRAYED ON FILM
OYSTER STEW
LONDON TRANSPORTATION
LETTERS & WORDS
MARYLAND
    $200 6
1701 saw Captain William Kidd hanged for this crime
    $200 1
Jamie Foxx won an Oscar for playing this soulful legend
    $200 16
Special oyster knives are available to make this process of opening the shell & removing the meat easier
    $200 26
This largest airport serving London has 4 holding areas over southern England for aircraft waiting to land
    $200 7
It's the first U.S. state alphabetically
    $200 21
This river forms part of Maryland's border with West Virginia, then flows on to Chesapeake Bay
    $400 12
The first country to do so, Denmark decreed in 1792 it would abolish trade in these
    $400 2
"Oh, boy!" Gary Busey played this early rocker whose fame will "not fade away"
    $400 17
The Puget Sound area is famous for these small oysters that rarely exceed 1 1/2 inches
    $400 28
Until Westminster Bridge opened in 1750, London Bridge was the city's only crossing over this river
    $400 8
At 10 points apiece, these 2 letters have the highest value in Scrabble
    $400 22
It was founded at Fort Severn, on a river in Annapolis, in 1845
    $600 13
1780s Americans who advocated a strong central government used this name, today associated with states' rights
    $600 3
J.Lo's career exploded when she played this slain Tejano singer
    $600 18
Comedy in which Pistol says to Falstaff, "why then the world's mine oyster, which I with sword will open"
    $600 29
The Underground has been known by this shorter nickname since 1890 when the first deep-level electric railway line opened
    $600 9
From Quechua, it's the word for bats' or birds' droppings
    $600 23
This Maryland university was named for an investor in the B&O railroad who died Christmas Eve 1873
    $800 14
From 1701 to 1714 much of Europe was drawn into the war of this "succession"
    $800 4
Marion Cotillard showed us life wasn't so rosy as this chanteuse in "La Vie en Rose"
    $800 19
As its name indicates, this bird is a natural enemy of the oyster
    $800 30
To do their job, they must pass an exam known as "The Knowledge" to show they know all of London's streets
    $800 10
The 2 lowercase letters of the English alphabet that have a tittle
    $800 24
A house in St. Michaels is named for one of these spheres fired at it in the War of 1812
    DD: $1,200 15
Working with Peter the Great's navy, this explorer went "strait" to the water routes between Siberia & North America
    $1000 5
In "Nowhere Boy" Aaron Johnson played him as a teenaged lad
    $1000 20
This dish of oysters on the half shell topped with spinach, butter & bread-crumbs was named for its richness
    $1000 27
In 2012 a redesigned, hybrid, but still red version of this iconic London transport hit the roads
    $1000 11
It's the human sex chromosome women don't have
    $1000 25
To watch the Redskins play, head to this county named for Queen Anne's husband

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

Drew Lloyd Jennifer
$600 $3,800 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Lloyd Jennifer
$2,400 $7,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

STARTING "EN"
LAWYER/ AUTHORS NOT JOHN GRISHAM
THAT '80s SHOW
SHARP (& FLAT) INSTRUMENTS
A HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR
MARRY LAND
(Alex: You have to identify the country where the marriage took place.)
    $400 21
"Close" or not, it's an unplanned or unexpected meeting
    $400 11
Royall Tyler's "The Contrast", the 1st professionally produced American comedy, opened April 16, 1787 in this city
    $400 4
In 1986 his "playhouse" premiered on Saturday morning television
    $400 13
Don't tell Weird Al, but Ambrose Bierce called this "an instrument in harmony with the sentiments of an assassin"
    $400 1
A nut roasted at Christmastime, or a horse with red as a base color
    $400 26
Rainier & Grace, April 19, 1956
    $800 22
Deep-seated hatred
    $800 12
With the success of novels like "Treasure Island" for this author, the law would have to wait; he never practiced
    $800 5
During the run of this show, Robert Guillaume rose through the ranks from butler to lieutenant governor
    $800 14
According to Fortune magazine, "nothing says 'dropping out of society' like learning" this 5-string twanger
    $800 2
Roy Rogers' Trigger was this type of horse, with a golden coat and a white mane and tail
    $800 27
Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban, June 25, 2006
    $1200 23
Lipase, which breaks down fats in the small intestine, is one of these proteins
    $1200 18
Elmer Rice must have aced Constitution class, as he titled a 1933 play these first 3 words of the Preamble
    $1200 6
This series starred Pernell Roberts as a character also seen on "M*A*S*H"
    $1200 15
An old joke says that golf was invented by the same people who think that music comes out of these
    $1200 3
Tan or brown horses with black points on the mane, tail & ears are this type, like a coastal indentation
    $1200 28
Maria Augusta Kutschera & Georg Von Trapp, November 26, 1927
    $1600 24
It's a letter from the pope to Catholic churches worldwide
    $1600 19
This book by lawyer Louis Begley was about a retiring lawyer; the Jack Nicholson movie made him an insurance man
    $1600 7
This sitcom starred Mark Linn-Baker & Bronson Pinchot as distant cousins Larry & Balki
    $1600 16
(Kelly of The Clue Crew presents the clue.)The sound of this symbol of South African soccer can hit 127 decibels, louder than a jet engine; there were thousands at the 2010 FIFA World Cup
    $1600 9
The "strawberry" type of this horse has white hairs interspersed throughout a base coat of red
    $1600 29
Pierre Trudeau & Margaret Sinclair, March 4, 1971
    DD: $2,000 25
The measure of disorder or randomness in a closed system
    $2000 20
This 3-named poet maintained his successful Chicago law practice while penning works like "Spoon River Anthology"
    $2000 8
Glenn Frey's song "You Belong to the City" was written specially for this show
    DD: $4,800 17
Mark Twain complained of "the snorting of an unholy" one of these; lucky for him there weren't 75 more
    $2000 10
A sandy or tan horse with all-black points is this type, like a deer hide worn by a frontiersman
    $2000 30
Albert Einstein & Milena Maric, January 6, 1903

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Lloyd Jennifer
$14,800 $15,400 $11,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
One of the 2 Central American countries never under military rule in the last 50 years

Final scores:

Drew Lloyd Jennifer
$27,800 $1,199 $16,800
3-day champion: $63,999 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Drew Lloyd Jennifer
$12,000 $15,200 $11,800
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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