Show #6631 - Monday, June 17, 2013

Andrew Moore game 1.

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Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia

Renee Hennessee, an energy efficiency analyst from Palm Desert, California

Eric Maitland, a telecommunications supply attendant from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S BOOKS
ABBREV-"E"-ATIONS
2010s TV SHOWS BY CHARACTERS
ANAGRANDMA
UNIQUE NEW YORK
TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER
    $200 28
"Goodnight iPad" is a parody of this beloved book
    $200 29
In a business letter, encl. is an abbreviation for this
    $200 17
Roger Sterling, Miss Blankenship, Sally Draper
    $200 23
When grandma's looking for these, sometimes they're on top of her head: sag less
    $200 1
The first of 4 arenas to bear this name opened on May 31,1879 at 26th street & Madison Ave.
    $200 30
Like our "Indian" one, a spell of warm, pleasant weather in October in Greece is called this "of St. Dimitrios"
    $400 15
In a 2000 book, 10-year-old Opal adopts a stray dog whom she names this, after the grocery store where she finds him
    $400 25
The clean water act of 1972 was administered by it, the EPA
    $400 18
Dr. Cristina Yang, Dr. Miranda Bailey, Dr. Derek Shepherd
    $400 12
If the lumbago comes back, grandma's grateful for this program: ice dream
    $400 2
What is this place, Grand Central? no, but its 21 tracks can handle more than 1,000 people every 90 seconds
    $400 26
It can be a dry spell in the weather or, for a batter, going a long time without a hit
    $600 14
It's the rhyming name of the literal-minded housekeeper in books by Peggy Parish
    $600 10
E.O.D. can stand for this, perhaps the time when taps is played
    $600 19
Max (a woman), Caroline, Oleg the cook
    $600 13
Grandma had a mania for this singer in the '60s: my nuclear pact
    $600 3
(Former President Bill Clinton presents the clue.) Duke Ellington & Cab Calloway were the 2 bandleaders most associated with this Harlem cabaret once found on 142nd & Lenox
    $600 8
A 10 on the modern Beaufort scale for this means ocean waves will have dense white streaks
    $800 7
This character's tale is a story of a mouse, a princess, some soup,
and a spool of thread
    $800 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for this type of shot--an ECU for short
    $800 20
Thomas Boleyn, Edward Seymour, Anne Parr
    $800 16
Hoping to meet her friend Juan from college, grandma's taking a cruise to this city: canal robe
    $800 4
This "theatrical" deli served its last Mel Brooks sandwich & closed in 2012 after 75 years
    $800 9
Also a cloud surrounding a deity, it's the type of cloud that brings rain
    $1000 6
This picture book begins, "In a warm and sultry forest, far, far away there once lived a mother fruit bat and her new baby"
    $1000 24
Medically, EEG is short for this (& ends with the letter M, not ph)
    $1000 21
Meyer Lansky, Senator Warren G. Harding, Chalky White
    $1000 22
Once a Democrat, & once a Republican, grandma leans this way now: retail brain
    $1000 5
Funeral masses for Babe Ruth & Toscanini were held at this building at 50th & 5th
    DD: $1,000 27
T.S. Eliot wrote, "under the brown" one of these "of a winter dawn, a crowd flowed over London Bridge"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Eric Renee Andrew
$800 -$600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Renee Andrew
$4,000 $2,000 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
MUSICIANS' AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
IN THE DICTIONARY
FEMALE WORLD LEADERS
GEOMETRY
"NORTH", "SOUTH", "EAST", "WEST"
    $400 25
2012: "Rod: The Autobiography"
    $400 28
Part of the sole family, a hogchoker is a North American variety of this creature
    $400 5
PM Johanna Sigurdardottir of this Atlantic island country is the world's first openly gay head of govt.
    $400 1
"You are now free to move about the country" on this airline
    $800 14
Advancements included the use of windmills, gunpowder & these numerals
    $800 4
1991: "Ice by Ice"
    $800 16
The object called this is upright, but the person called this is not; he's a seller of stolen goods
    $800 6
Dame Louise Lake-Tack is governor general of Antigua & this geographic partner
    $800 17
The name of this instrument having a graduated arc for measuring angles is from the Latin for "to draw forth"
    $800 2
In about 2,000 years, Gamma Cephei will replace Polaris as this
    $1200 15
The rise of towns led to the rise of these monopolistic associations of merchants or craftsmen
    $1200 7
2012: "Luck or Something Like It" by a singing "gambler"
    $1200 27
According to the OED, in 1772 this word meaning "new word" was a new word
    $1200 9
Once VP under president Oscar Arias Sanchez, Laura Chinchilla has the top job in this Central American country
    DD: $2,000 3
All points on the surface of this geometric solid are equinstant from its center
    $1200 21
Rikers Island is in this navigable tidal strait; the RFK Bridge spans it
    $1600 22
Within 10 years came the founding of the Franciscans & this order later infamous in the Inquisition
    $1600 8
2009: "Miles to Go" by a teenager
    $1600 26
It can mean soft or delicate or, on U.S. currency, money offered for payment of a debt
    $1600 10
The grandmother seen here is Sheikh Hasina Wazed,
Prime minister of this
Indian subcontinent nation since 2009
    $1600 12
Descartes invented this type of geometry that uses algebraic methods
    $1600 18
Horace Greeley is generally credited with this 4-word phrase, but some say John Soule used it earlier
    DD: $4,000 23
In 1054 the "Great Schism" divided the power of the Catholic church between these 2 cities, in east & west
    $2000 11
2012: "Who I Am: A Memoir" by a British guitarist
    $2000 24
10-letter word for an indoor swimming pool--nice vocabulary there, Caesar
    $2000 20
Dilma Rousseff, now president of this South American country, was a student guerrilla in the 1970s
    $2000 13
A hyperbola is one of the curves produced by the intersection of a plane & a right circular one of these shapes
    $2000 19
This annual event began in 1987 to showcase the Austin music scene to industry pros

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Renee Andrew
$15,600 $5,200 $19,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWSPAPER
Her pen name honored a wise woman from the Old Testament & a 19th century U.S. president

Final scores:

Eric Renee Andrew
$11,600 $3,200 $31,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $31,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Renee Andrew
$13,600 $5,200 $18,400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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