Show #6566 - Monday, March 18, 2013

Contestants

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Joshua Simmons, a cook from Little Rock, Arkansas

Rayma Haas, a reading tutor from Seattle, Washington

Rob Groves, a classics lecturer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

PAN AM
COMPOUND WORDS
LESSER-KNOWN NAMES
RAISING THE BAR
SKYSCRAPERS
SONGS BY THE WOMEN OF COUNTRY
    $200 11
Pan Am flew Vietnam War servicemen to their destinations for R&R, short for this & recreation
    $200 1
The clavichord & the harpsichord are 2 early examples of this type of musical instrument
    $200 16
Jonathan Ive, Apple's design chief, is credited with the look of this music player introduced in 2001
    $200 3
A '70s song asks "if you like" these fruity cocktails "and getting caught in the rain" (it's stuck in my head now too)
    $200 17
This city has 5 buildings higher than its Space Needle, the Columbia Center being the tallest
    $200 26
The Judds: "Love Can Build a _____"
    $400 12
In 1948 he quit his Pan Am pilot job & moved to L.A., where he used his aeronautical knowledge to create "Star Trek"
    $400 2
Motorcyclist Evel Knievel is called this on his tombstone & by the Smithsonian
    $400 18
Sort of the British Amelia Earhart, Amy Johnson disappeared over this river's estuary, not too far from home
    $400 4
Franciscus Sylvius is credited with inventing this type of liquor while trying to improve the medicinal qualities of juniper
    $400 22
In 1930 this art deco building at 405 Lexington Avenue in New York City became the world's first to exceed 1,000 feet
    $400 27
Patsy Cline: "I Fall to _____"
    $600 13
In 1963 Pan Am flew Jim Whittaker to Calcutta on his way to becoming the first American to achieve this lofty feat
    $600 8
A buildup, as of munitions or weapons, amassed for future use, or to accumulate those weapons for future use
    $600 19
Sen. Robert Wagner sponsored the act that established this, the NLRB for short
    $600 5
For 2012 Tap Tap was recognized for Miami's best of this Cuban cocktail of rum with muddled sugar & mint
    $600 23
The Taipei 101 has 2 of these that can travel 3,314 feet per minute
    $600 28
Miranda Lambert: "The _____ That Built Me"
    DD: $1,000 14
Pan Am founder Juan Trippe called many of his planes these, evoking the fast but lavish sailing ships of the 1800s
    $800 9
This word was coined in the 1800s for a pattern of movement by Aborigines; today Aussies use it for any trip
    $800 20
George Archer joined this man's company in 1903; the "Midland" comes from a linseed products company
    $800 6
Try a fuzzy navel--orange juice & the peach flavor of this type of liqueur
    $800 24
You can look over the Las Vegas Strip from the observation deck at the 869-foot level on this building
    $800 29
Chely Wright: "The Bumper of My _____"
    $1000 15
Before Air Force One, Pan Am took this man on the first presidential flight, to the Casablanca conference
    $1000 10
In biology, Medusa refers to a stage in the life cycle of one of these invertebrates
    $1000 21
Parasitologist Sir Patrick Manson founded this field of medicine named for a particular climate
    $1000 7
This clear Italian anise-flavored liqueur is usually served with 3 or 4 coffee beans floating in it
    $1000 25
Formerly the world's tallest skyscrapers, the Petronas Towers rise high in this Asian capital city
    $1000 30
The Dixie Chicks: "_____ Take Me Away"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rob Rayma Joshua
$2,800 $1,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Rayma Joshua
$4,200 $2,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ALL ABOUT AUTHORS
DIRTY 4-LETTER WORDS
EDICTS
AFRICAN CAPITALS
"WEDDING" MOVIES
QUASI-RELATED PAIRS
    $400 1
On Dec. 1, 1859 he was laid to rest at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
    $400 4
In 1905 Dr. H.A. des Voeux coined this word for the air pollution created by the Industrial Revolution
    $400 16
The Edict of Worms was issued by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1521 to ban the writings of this man & label him a heretic
    $400 2
During WWII Algiers was for a time provisional capital of this European country
    $400 18
1998: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore
    $400 26
A horse-like chess piece & Latin for "of god", found after "opus"
    $800 12
Former adman Jack Finney wrote this novel to which Hollywood added "Invasion of"
    $800 5
An area of soggy, muddy ground, it's sometimes paired with muck
    $800 17
The Edicts of Ashoka issued in 3rd century B.C. India spread the teachings of this religious leader
    DD: $2,000 3
Located about 1,000 miles south of Cairo, it rose on the site of an Egyptian army camp in 1821
    $800 21
1997: Dermot Mulroney, Julia Roberts
    $800 27
Elemental component & overhanging roof edge
    $1200 13
At Walt Disney's request, in 1945 this "Brave New World" author did some preliminary work on "Alice in Wonderland"
    $1200 6
In 1961 sen. Robert Byrd opined that many novels "seem to be deliberately loaded with" this word for obscene material
    $1200 19
The Edict of Milan granting religious freedom in the Roman Empire was issued in 313 by Licinius & this ruler in the east
    $1200 9
The Garesa Palace in this Somali capital was built for the representative of the sultan of Zanzibar
    $1200 22
1994: Toni Collette, Rachel Griffiths
    $1200 28
Hidden storage place & early Spacek role
    DD: $2,000 7
A narrator in this French author's multivolume work says, "The materials of my work consisted of my own past"
    $1600 14
Chimney sweeps know this word for fine black particles resulting from incomplete combustion
    $1600 20
In 2009 Muslim leaders agreed to a charter on these religious edicts, discouraging the ones that call for bloodshed
    $1600 10
Once the capital of an Ethiopian province, Asmara is now the capital of this country
    $1600 23
1994: Rowan Atkinson, Andie MacDowell
    $1600 29
A trucker's long trip & cereal grasses made into meal
    $2000 8
He was born in Czechoslovakia but moved to England; his play "Rock 'N' Roll" is set in both places
    $2000 15
A trademarked degreasing solvent gave us this word for a thick greasy substance
    $2000 25
Louis XIV's Edict of Fontainebleau revoked this 1598 edict & ordered the destruction of Huguenot churches
    $2000 11
Peanut oil refining was once a key industry in this capital of Senegal
    $2000 24
2005: Rachel McAdams, Isla fisher

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Rayma Joshua
$10,200 $11,600 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SONGS
This U.S. ceremonial song was written in 1811 about the head of a Scottish clan, not an American leader

Final scores:

Rob Rayma Joshua
$19,201 $12,200 $200
2-day champion: $41,701 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Rayma Joshua
$8,800 $11,600 $11,600
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
3 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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