Show #6589 - Thursday, April 18, 2013

Contestants

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Darren Abernethy, a telecommunications attorney from Washington, D.C.

Judy Arginteanu, a freelance writer and editor from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Michelle Martin, a journalist from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

MINNE-CODA
LESSER-KNOWN FAITHS
THE EMMY FOR...
THEY RAN FOR PRESIDENT
BEASTLY COMMON BONDS
PORTMANTEAUS
    $200 3
Minnesota's Sawtooth Mountains end in the east when they reach this Great Lake
    $200 1
In a 2001 British census, almost 400,000 listed their faith as this order introduced in "Star Wars"
    $200 26
Lead Actor in a Comedy, 2002: everybody loved him
    $200 9
He's a governor now, but here's how he looked running for president in 1976
    $200 12
Azteca,
Andalusian,
Appaloosa
    $200 21
The portmanteau word "Oxbridge" combines the names of these 2 institutions in England
    $400 4
"You're gonna make it after all" is how the theme to this Minneapolis-set '70s sitcom ends
    $400 2
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster practices this religion, one letter off from the name of a Jamaican sect
    $400 27
Lead Actress in a Drama, 1999: the lady was a soprano
    $400 10
A war hero, he earned his party's nomination on his third run
    $400 17
Basking,
mako,
thresher
    $400 22
Bar patrons forced outside by cigarette bans have engaged in smirting, a blend of smoking & this
    $600 5
At the Mall of America, a store named for this fictional Garrison Keillor town shut its doors in 2009
    $600 8
"The slowest growing religion in the world", the Church of the Latter Day Dude was inspired by this slacker film
    $600 28
Comedy Series, 2004: this chronicle of the Bluth family
    $600 11
Twice Green, twice independent, four times a loser
    $600 18
musk,
sika,
white-tailed
    DD: $1,000 23
In 1949 Milton Berle hosted the first of these on the tube, for the Damon Runyon memorial cancer fund
    $800 6
The full name of the Metrodome includes the name of this politician who met his maker in Waverly, Minnesota in 1978
    $800 15
Incorporated in 1968, the Church of All Worlds takes inspiration from his novel "Stranger in a Strange Land"
    $800 29
Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie, 2012: playing Sarah Palin was a "game change"r
    $800 13
Despite no shortage of funds, he lost as an independent and again on the Reform Party ticket
    $800 19
black spider,
golden snub-nosed,
red colobus
    $800 24
Saucy 7-letter image-sending activity that got congressman Anthony Weiner in trouble
    $1000 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Minnesota once stretched as far west as the Missouri River; when it became a state in 1858, its land area was pulled back to this river, that forms its entire border with North Dakota
    $1000 16
The First United Church of Kopimism holds the key combination "CTRL C" & "CTRL" this letter as "deeply sacred"
    $1000 30
Voice-over performance, 2006: Aaaah! Sideshow Bob!
    $1000 14
This prosecutor & governor first got the GOP nomination in 1944
    $1000 20
green crested,
collared,
anole
    $1000 25
This economic term refers to a lack of consumer demand accompanied by rising prices & unemployment

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

Michelle Judy Darren
$200 $5,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Judy Darren
$4,200 $8,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS AGAINST ADAPTATIONS
12-LETTER WORDS
SIGNS & SYMBOLS
VWLLSS AFRICAN COUNTRIES
FAMOUS NAMES
PORTMAN TOES
    $400 1
She said Tom Cruise "is no more my vampire...than Edward G. Robinson is Rhett Butler"
    $400 24
Mary, Mary quite contrary had silver bells & these in her garden
    $400 11
It's the three-word warning symbolized here
    $400 16
LBR
    $400 6
Her work with the Missionaries of Charity put clinics in the slums of 160 cities, treating millions by the time she died in 1997
    $400 21
Natalie Portman is very much on pointe in this ballet film that won her an Oscar
    $800 2
After he felt Hollywood ruined his "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut", he wouldn't sell "The Catcher in the Rye"
    $800 25
Putting someone in peril; in law it follows "reckless"
    $800 12
In 1956 art director John Graham created this symbol to promote NBC's color programming
    $800 17
GND
    $800 7
Her first job on the bench was as a judge in Maricopa County, Arizona in 1975; the Supreme Court came 6 years later
    $800 22
In the first few minutes of "Where the Heart Is", Natalie is "barefoot and" this, as the saying goes
    $1200 3
This author thought Stanley Kubrick "couldn't grasp the sheer inhuman evil of the Overlook Hotel"
    $1200 26
It's an expert on antiquities from the land of the pharaohs, like Howard Carter
    $1200 13
It's the accent in the name of Mystère by Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island
    $1200 18
NMB
    $1200 8
Name shared by the close friends of Pythias & of Affleck
    $1200 23
Term for the menu at Natalie's wedding & for a collection of animal-free shoes she launched
    DD: $2,000 4
Winston Groom's sequel to this book says, "don't never let nobody make a movie of your life's story"
    $1600 27
The name of this percussion instrument is also German for "carillon"
    DD: $3,000 14
Not a property, it's represented on the Monopoly board by a diamond ring
    $1600 19
NGL
    $1600 9
This ex-GOP senator & Erskine Bowles chaired a fiscal reform commission
    $2000 5
Bret Easton Ellis felt this "American" book never should have been filmed, as it had an unreliable narrator
    $2000 28
Negative adjective meaning refusing to take a stand or express one's feelings
    $2000 15
This planet's symbol is not an "h" but a sickle or scythe & may represent the Roman god of agriculture
    $2000 20
LGR
    $2000 10
This crime syndicate leader outlived his pal Bugsy Siegel by 36 years, dying Jan. 15, 1983 in Miami Beach

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Judy Darren
$9,400 $20,000 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
In 1990 she became the first modern head of government to give birth while in office, to a daughter named Bakhtawar

Final scores:

Michelle Judy Darren
$12,799 $21,000 $3,000
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michelle Judy Darren
$9,000 $18,200 $3,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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