Show #6590 - Friday, April 19, 2013

Contestants

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Phil Goldstein, a benefits consultant from Decatur, Georgia

Mary Graves, an online instructor from Terre Haute, Indiana

Judy Arginteanu, a freelance writer and editor from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

TED TALKS
NFL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
BODY SNATCHERS
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
COUNTRY ROADS
TAKE ME HOME
    $200 17
A motto from this broadcasting entrepreneur: "Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise"
    $200 12
1974:
This team's Mean Joe Greene
    $200 11
Henry VIII is said to have had this 2nd wife behearted as well as beheaded & to have kept her heart in a heart-shaped box
    $200 22
This scale is named for the guy who invented the mercury thermometer
    $200 1
Home of Mumbai's stock exchange, Dalal Street is India's answer to this New York City thoroughfare
    $200 6
Found after "IP" or "email", it's also the place you live
    $400 18
In the view of this former "Nightline" anchor, "We now communicate with everyone and say absolutely nothing"
    $400 13
1981:
This Giants linebacker
    $400 27
Yes, Virginia, in 1087 Italians stole the reputed remains of this saint from Turkey
    $400 23
A refrigerator hums at the level of 40 of these sound units
    $400 2
Pamplona's Calle Estafeta is where you can see these ruminants make their "run" each July
    $400 7
Fractional term for the place where military types reside & are sometimes "confined to"
    $600 19
He quipped, "Baseball is the only field... where a man can succeed 3 times out of 10 and be considered a good performer"
    $600 14
1988:
Mike Singletary of this team
    $600 28
Anyone with common sense knows that in 1820 this American revolutionary's body was exhumed & lost
    $600 24
This measure of a ship's speed equals 1 nautical mile per hour
    $600 3
In the 1990s this country built a highway across the Takla Makan Desert, an area where once the Silk Road ran
    $600 8
It's Spanish for "house"; come on over, "mi" "es su"
    $800 20
This late U.S. senator from Alaska often talked about his love of flying
    $800 15
1994:
This ready for "Prime Time" cornerback
    $800 29
George W. Bush's granddad is among those who allegedly stole Geronimo's head for this secret Yale society
    $800 25
Equivalent to 550 foot-pounds per second, this unit is 1 1/2 times the actual ability it describes
    DD: $1,000 4
The Karakoram Highway has this superlative distinction amongst international highways
    $800 9
A floating leaf that supports a water lily, or a slang term for a home
    $1000 21
"Birthday Letters", a collection of poetry by him, addressed his relationship with Sylvia Plath after decades of silence
    $1000 16
2009:
Cornerback Charles Woodson of this team
    $1000 30
In 1973 this country-rock pioneer known as "GP" was treated to a homemade cremation by his drunk buddies
    $1000 26
This British unit of weight is equal to 14 pounds
    $1000 5
Also the title of an Eddy Grant hit, it was London's first shopping street with a certain type of illumination
    $1000 10
A plant or animal's natural environment; it's from a Latin word meaning "to dwell"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Judy Mary Phil
$800 $5,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Mary Phil
$3,000 $7,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

CELEBRITIES' FAVORITE BOOKS
COVERING YOUR BASES
TV SHOWS BY DAD
(Alex: You name the show.)
EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
ART SUBJECTS
-E-I-E-I OH!
(Alex: In each response, an "E" will be followed by an "I", and then another "E" will be followed by an "I".)
    $400 11
(I'm Dr. Jane Goodall.) As a child, I dreamed of living among wild animals, influenced by my favorite book characters, Dr. Dolittle & this "Lord of the Jungle" (I knew I'd be a better jungle companion for him than that other wimpy Jane)
    $400 16
In chemistry, a base is a substance that turns red vegetable dyes this color
    $400 6
Peter Griffin
(voiced by Seth MacFarlane)
    $400 21
Built in the early 18th century as the mission of San Antonio de Valero in Texas, it made headlines in 1836
    $400 1
The Schuylkill River in this city was an important subject for Thomas Eakins, as seen here
    $400 26
A prison for serious offenders
    $800 12
(Hi, I'm Jane Curtin.) I loved "World's Fair", a 1985 autobiographical novel by this author whose initials stand for Edgar Lawrence
    $800 17
A home run with the bases loaded
    $800 7
Ward Cleaver
    $800 22
This Boston market & meeting hall known for its grasshopper weather vane opened on September 24, 1742
    $800 2
Canova's statue "Daedalus And" this doomed son looked so real, he was accused of making casts of live models
    $800 27
This philosophical attitude was associated with Jaspers & Sartre
    $1200 13
(Hi, I'm Kyra Sedgwick.) My favorite story is this author's "The Death Of Ivan Ilyich", about a man who only starts to understand what his life is about as he's dying
    $1200 18
If you're trying to accomplish this feat, know that South Base Camp is in Nepal & North Base Camp is in Tibet
    $1200 8
On a TLC reality series:
4-foot-tall Matt Roloff
    $1200 23
Permanent cultivation of this food in the Colonies began in the largely Irish area of Derry, New Hampshire in 1719
    DD: $2,000 3
It took him to make a masterpiece in 1662 out of "The Syndics of the Amsterdam Drapers' Guild"
    $1200 28
A movie that plays shamelessly on your emotions has this maudlin quality
    $1600 14
(Hi, I'm David Duchovny.) I love Fitzgerald; Hank Moody, the novelist I play, is partial to this Prague-born writer who illustrated man's alienation in society
    $1600 19
Each rung on the DNA double helix represents one of these, such as A-T
    $1600 9
Reverend Eric Camden (played by Stephen Collins)
    DD: $2,400 24
In 1677 he drafted the first charter guaranteeing separation of church & state in the Quaker Colony of West New Jersey
    $1600 4
(Kelly of the Clue Crew explains an image of a painting shown on a monitor.) The first work attributed to Leonardo individually, titled "The Annunciation", depicts the meeting of these two Biblical figures
    $2000 15
(Hi, I'm Aisha Tyler.) One of my favorites is "You Shall Know Our Velocity!" by this novelist who's also the founder of quirky publisher McSweeney's
    $2000 20
Found in a British Harry Potter title, this stone was sought by alchemists to turn base metals into precious ones
    $2000 10
On ABC, Larry Bird, an alien from the planet Zabvron
    $2000 25
In July 1759, when the British took from the French a crucial New York fort, the headline could have read, this "falls"
    $2000 5
Merritt is his daughter, hence "Evening at Merritt's Cottage" by this beloved artist who died in 2012

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Mary Phil
$9,800 $11,800 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES' HIGHEST POINTS
This country is home to the highest mountain outside Asia

Final scores:

Judy Mary Phil
$7,300 $4,900 $100
2-day champion: $28,300 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Judy Mary Phil
$9,000 $14,000 $3,400
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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