Show #6636 - Monday, June 24, 2013

Andrew Moore game 6.

Contestants

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Joel Hart, a college admissions officer from Los Angeles, California

Britta Waller, a magazine and website editor from Greensboro, North Carolina

Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia (whose 5-day cash winnings total $131,003)

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Jeopardy! Round

RED STATES
A FIRST NAME BASIS
WHOSE LATE NIGHT SKIT
(Alex: We want you to name the host of the show for us.)
D.I.Y.
6-LETTER ELEMENTS
DURIG CHOCOLATIER
    $200 24
Going Republican in each presidential race since 1980, it's the second-largest state in both area & population
    $200 29
"I didn't know him from" this name (except for you, of course, Mr. Sandler)
    $200 28
"Stupid pet tricks"
    $200 30
This word for a way to save energy and money
also refers to sealing up
the seams of a ship
    $200 5
Because it is less dense than air, when we breathe this 2nd-lightest element, it comes out faster & at a higher frequency
    $200 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) Stirred for hours to improve smoothness, the free-flowing mixture from which unsweetened
chocolate candies are poured Is called this, which sounds like it contains alcohol, but doesn't
    $400 23
Blackbeard was killed at Ocracoke island in this state's Outer Banks
    $400 21
A flat, springlike metal hairpin
    $400 27
"Triumph the insult comic dog goes to the presidential debate"
    $400 26
To clean red wine out of a carpet, sprinkle on this common condiment for 15 minutes, then rinse with soap
    $400 25
Vital for life, it forms more compounds than all the other elements combined
    $400 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) Shaped into balls, these fancy chocolates were named for an exotic French fungi they were thought to resemble
    $600 9
Fort Wayne is the seat of Allen County in this state
    $600 20
Meaning people in general, the phrase with these 3 male names dates back to the 1700s
    $600 15
"ESPN UK"
    $600 19
Fix your stained-glass problems using this, the word for any alloy that's heated to join the lead strips
    $600 22
In solution, this element that can be extracted from seaweed is used as an antiseptic on cuts & scratches
    $600 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) With a guaranteed price for crops and absolutely
no child labor used, the all-natural ingredients
in Durig chocolates
are certified this type
of non-exploitative trade
    $800 1
Some of its larger cities, including Huntington & Wheeling, are on the Ohio River
    $800 4
This name is found in a painful leg muscle cramp
    $800 16
"History of Rap" with Justin Timberlake
    $800 18
If you're working with wood that doesn't need a finished look, you can use the waffle-head type of this
    DD: $1,200 8
It's used to vulcanize rubber & to make gunpowder
    $800 11
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) At Durig, the molds are vibrated to eliminate any of these remaining in the chocolate, yielding a rich, dense product
    $1000 2
The 1854 act named for these 2 states allowed slavery north of 36º 30' latitude
    $1000 3
Lyndon Johnson called some folks uncomfortable with his Vietnam policy these nervous types
    $1000 17
"YouTube challenge: I told my kids I ate all their Halloween candy"
    $1000 7
To cut a hole in drywall
for an electrical outlet,
use this saw that sounds like you're working on a door
    $1000 6
Its 35 known isotopes are all radioactive
    $1000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) Here at Durig, the finest cocoa in the world Is used to make their chocolates from beans bearing this name, also a term for a European Latin American

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

Andrew Britta Joel
$3,200 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Britta Joel
$7,600 $3,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BLUE STATES
THE ENGLISH CIVIL WARS
READING BY THE NUMBERS
THE FILM WITHIN THE FILM
THE COUNTRY'S MAJOR RELIGION
LET'S GO ON "TUR"
    $400 1
An ad says this sad state "hurts. Cymbalta can help"
    $400 25
The wars pitted Scots & Irish as well as English against Charles I & this royal house
    $400 27
This Shakespeare title character is only 13 years old
    $400 28
Scarlett Johansson played Janet Leigh in this film within the 2012 film "Hitchcock"
    $400 17
Egypt (a branch of Islam)
    $400 8
This device usually has several arms projecting from a post to control the passage of people from one area to another
    $800 2
This Stephen King novel is about writer Paul Sheldon & his No. 1 fan
    $800 26
Executing the king was authorized in 1649 by the legislative body called the "Long" this, which had sat since 1640
    $800 23
This book of poetry & wisdom has 150 chapters, the most in the Bible
    $800 29
Gene Kelly's character is starring in "The Dueling Cavalier", which becomes "The Dancing Cavalier" in this musical
    $800 18
Thailand
    $800 13
Sod, or a street gang's territory
    $1200 3
In ancient physiology, the 4 humors were blood, phlegm, choler & this, aka black bile
    $1200 20
After 9 years, the wars ended with victory at Worcester by this future Lord Protector
    $1200 9
This author was publicly chastised by Oprah after "A Million Little Pieces" just didn't add up
    $1200 11
This film shows the conflict between Laurence Olivier & Marilyn Monroe while making "The Prince and the Showgirl"
    $1200 24
Greece
    $1200 14
From the French for "earthen", it's a covered, broad & deep dish used to serve soups or stews
    $1600 4
Light therapy can help with SAD, this disorder first described by psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal
    $1600 19
Captured royalist leader Rowland Laugharne was spared execution by the drawing of these--bad luck, John Poyer
    $1600 10
Prof. Aronnax explains that at 32,000' deep, you'll be squashed by 17.6 million kilos of pressure in a novel by this man
    $1600 12
"Habeas Corpus" is the film within this Hollywood satire starring Tim Robbins
    $1600 5
Sweden
    $1600 15
Synonym for depravity; it's often preceded by the word "moral"
    DD: $1,000 7
A map of the 100 Acre Wood describes Eeyore's place as this, as well as "rather boggy and sad"
    $2000 21
The royalist cavaliers, with flowing locks, battled these forces named for their close-cropped hair
    $2000 22
This Englishman's "Two Treatises of Government" held the key to the writing of the Declaration of Independence
    $2000 30
Peter O'Toole is directing a WWI film within this 1980 movie that has Steve Railsback in the title role
    DD: $2,500 6
Malta
    $2000 16
In chemistry, white paper soaked in tincture of this cooking herb is used to detect the presence of alkalis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Britta Joel
$16,800 $7,100 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
Names of the 2 geographical features on a 2012 postage stamp issued jointly by Nepal & Israel

Final scores:

Andrew Britta Joel
$6,800 $4,600 $4,400
6-day champion: $137,803 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Britta Joel
$16,400 $10,600 $10,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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