Show #6598 - Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Contestants

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John Anneken, a postdoctoral researcher from Cincinnati, Ohio

Deborah Smith, a project manager from Washington, D.C.

Larry Krajewski, a postal worker from Safety Harbor, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $38,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL & TOURISM
PULITZER-WINNING NOVELS
RING MAGAZINE'S GREATEST TITLE FIGHTS
THE DAILY QUADRUPLE
THE MOST POPULOUS NATION
MY INVENTION WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME
    $200 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands overlooking a waterfall.) I'm in this state, known for spectacular scenery such as waterfalls; Shoshone Falls, near Twin Falls, is 20 feet higher than Niagara
    $200 21
1992:
this many "Acres"
    $200 1
No. 1:
from 1975, the 3rd & final "thrilla" between these 2 heavyweights
    $200 7
Guatemala,
Mexico,
Honduras
    $200 20
In 1912 an inventor called "The Flying Tailor" failed to fly after leaping from this Paris landmark in his parachute suit
    $400 12
If you want to see the Book of Kells, it's on display at the Old Library at Trinity College in this city
    $400 22
1928:
"The Bridge of" this place
    $400 2
Marvin Hagler's 1985 demolition of Thomas Hearns, nicknamed this 2-word synonym for "assassin"
    $400 8
Russia,
Germany,
France
    $400 17
A metal bull made to literally roast criminals within was tested on its inventor, Perillos, of this Greek city-state
    $600 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports.) Here at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Orlando Resort re-created this wizarding village with the help of the "Harry Potter" filmmakers
    $600 23
1989:
these "Lessons"
    $600 3
155-lb. Rocky Graziano's 1947 defeat of 159-lb. Tony Zale for the world title in this weight class
    $600 28
For heart patients, WebMD.com has a "post-quadruple" this procedure "workout"
    $600 9
Egypt,
Libya,
Saudi Arabia
    $600 16
Installing his rotary one of these for a newspaper, William Bullock got his foot fatally stuck in the gears
    $800 14
The Seahorse Sail & Snorkel Adventure gives you a different view of the harbor in this capital of the Bahamas
    $800 24
1990:
they "Play Songs of Love"
    $800 4
Jack Dempsey's 1923 2nd-round thumping of Luis Firpo, the "Wild Bull of" these Argentine plains
    $800 26
In radio communication, "F" is for this social dance that's in quadruple meter
    $800 10
Niger,
Nigeria,
Namibia
    $800 18
Romania named an airport in this capital for Aurel Vlaicu, who in 1913 crashed his own innovative all-metal plane
    $1000 15
(Kelly of the Clue Crew walks along the beach.) It's the good life in the three beach cities south of Los Angeles--Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach & this one, whose name means "beautiful"
    $1000 27
1919:
"The Magnificent" this family
    $1000 5
The 1941 bout between Billy Conn & this "Brown Bomber"
    $1000 25
Members of the Quadruple Alliance called the shots at the 1814-15 meetings known as the Congress of this city
    $1000 11
Haiti,
Jamaica,
Cuba
    DD: $4,000 19
On Oct. 15, 1863 this Confederate & 7 others sank on the sub that bore his name

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

Larry Deborah John
$200 $0 $5,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Deborah John
$1,200 $600 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

"C" BIRDS
AN ANTONYM OF
MY 3 SONGS
DEFINING THE UNDEFINABLE
(Alex: We want you to...)
STOP & SMELL
THE ROOSEVELTS
    $400 11
Its 2-note call gave it its name & inspired a type of clock
    $400 1
...natural is this, commonly found before "intelligence"
    $400 26
A Jersey boy:
"Prove It All Night",
"Born In The U.S.A.",
"Glory Days"
    $400 21
Coleridge called it "the best words in their best order" & wrote some of it that's pretty good
    $400 14
The smell of these cannot be copyrighted in some countries, but 2004's Lancome V. Kecofa proved it can in Holland
    $400 6
Cheers! A highlight during this first year of FDR's tenure as president was the repeal of Prohibition
    $800 12
The northern species of this North American bird is known for red plumage, a crest & whistling year-round
    $800 2
...permanent is this, from the Latin for "time"
    $800 27
An American idol:
"Breakaway",
"Since U Been Gone",
"Mr. Know It All"
    $800 22
In Mark Twain's writings, you'll find this religious word defined as "believing what you know ain't so"
    $800 15
Nirvana sang "Smells Like" this brand of deodorant
    $800 7
From 1935 to 1962, 6 days a week, this member of the clan wrote the newspaper column "My Day"
    $1200 13
(Alex reports from atop a ship in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.) It is said that early sailors would release these birds from a high perch aboard a sailing vessel in hopes that the birds would lead the ship to land
    $1200 3
...wisdom is this, like "Seward's"
    $1200 28
A Latin heartthrob:
"Bailamos",
"Hero",
"I Like It"
    $1200 23
"We are young, heartache to heartache we stand, no promises, no demands," it "is a battlefield"
    $1200 16
Chemically H2S, this colorless gas is responsible for the foul odor of rotten eggs
    DD: $3,000 8
TR was the first president to leave the U.S. while in office, traveling to this Central American country in 1906
    DD: $2,000 19
One story has it that this duck got its name from being shipped in sacks with labels asking that the sack be returned
    $1600 4
...secretive is this, also a ballpark food
    $1600 29
A motocross wife:
"Raise Your Glass",
"Blow Me (One Last Kiss)",
"Get The Party Started"
    $1600 24
Christopher Morley said this, which some people "dress for", is "to be able to spend your life in your own way"
    $1600 17
The scents of these chemicals made by insects & vertebrates can be used to mark territory & attract mates
    $1600 9
Archibald Roosevelt served as a section head in this government radio entity from 1949 to 1951
    $2000 20
The catbird has a meow-like song; this bird hangs around cattle to feed on insects they stir up
    $2000 5
...new is this 10-letter ordinal term often used of clothes or furniture
    $2000 30
In the '70s:
"Ain't No Sunshine",
"Lean On Me",
"Use Me"
    $2000 25
St. Anselm said this "is that, the greater than which cannot be conceived"
    $2000 18
As governor of Calif., he described a hippie as: "dresses like Tarzan, has hair like Jane & smells like Cheetah"
    $2000 10
With her father Theodore's sudden elevation to the presidency in 1901, she became an instant celebrity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Deborah John
$9,400 -$2,200 $17,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE THEATRE
Dramatizing a murder from the year 1170, a 1935 T.S. Eliot play aptly had its first performance in this English city

Final scores:

Larry Deborah John
$18,800 -$2,200 $18,911
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,911

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Larry Deborah John
$9,600 -$2,200 $21,800
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
5 W
30 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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