Show #6647 - Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Ben Ingram game 7.

Contestants

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Jeremy Husen, a train dispatcher from Omaha, Nebraska

Liz Kelly, a tax attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Ben Ingram, an IT consultant originally from Florence, South Carolina (whose 6-day cash winnings total $137,732)

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Jeopardy! Round

AGRICULTURE
UNOFFICIAL STATE NICKNAMES
IN LIVING COLOR
EMMY'S BEST COMEDY SERIES
LET'S TALK TURKISH
JIMMY WORKS OUT
(Alex: Our Jimmy McGuire works out right here on the lot at the Sony gym.)
    $200 23
Farmers study kernels for the "black layer", a sign that this crop is ready to harvest for seed
    $200 24
"The Gem of the Pacific" & "The Paradise of the Pacific"
    $200 26
Of the 14,000 WWII soldiers who served in the 442nd battalion, 9,486 were awarded this medal
    $200 5
2002:
Joey & his pals take the prize
    $200 29
An adam is one of these; in Genesis, he's the first one
    $200 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew jumps rope at the Sony gym as a trainer gives the clue.) I'm having Jimmy warm up with a simple jump rope routine; it'll work most of the major muscle groups and is a quick way to get in this, a six-letter term for exercise that works the heart
    $400 28
Indian stock helped create the American Brahman breed of this
    $400 25
"The Steel State"& "The Quaker State"
    $400 27
Ash, cadet & Davy's are 3 shades of this color
    $400 6
2001:
Carrie on, New York
    $400 30
I think I'll buy that rug in the bazaar; the fiyat, this, is right
    $400 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew does bench presses at the Sony gym as a trainer gives the clue.) In the bench press, the arm and shoulder muscles act as stabilizers; much of the lifting force comes from these, the major muscles of the chest.
    $600 16
The federally subsidized crop type of this for farmers provides 50% catastrophic coverage
    $600 1
It's "The Cotton State" as well as "The Pioneer Space Capital of the World"
    $600 13
"Kara's Flowers" didn't work, so the band with Adam Levine decided on this name instead
    $600 8
1967:
Hey, hey, it's this show about 4 musicians
    $600 4
You want me to walk up to the galleries in the Hagia Sophia? You mean there's no asansor, this?
    $600 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew lays on his belly with arms and legs extended at the Sony gym as a trainer gives the clue.) Jimmy's strengthening his lower back muscles with an exercise named for this comic book hero.
    $800 17
For chicken farmers, this "sullen" measure refers to a clutch of eggs hatched at one time
    $800 2
"The Land of Gold"& "The Eureka State"
    $800 14
This deep-water fish named for its color & coarse texture can live to be 140
    $800 9
1993:
Something for the show about nothing
    $800 11
Ugh, I shouldn't have eaten that moldy baklava--get me to the hastane, this place...stat!
    $800 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is doing pull-ups at the Sony gym.) Danny's got me doing wide-grip pull-ups that work the muscles of the shoulders and the arms, but mainly target these, the broadest and most powerful muscles of the back.
    $1000 18
Most modern tractors run on gasoline, kerosene or LPG, short for "liquefied" this gas
    $1000 3
"The Toothpick State" & "The Hot Water State"
    $1000 15
The 2 colors that come before "algae" in another name for cyanobacteria
    $1000 10
2010:
3 households, one Emmy
    $1000 12
If you're wading into the Canakkale Bogazi, at least wear your mayo, this
    DD: $1,000 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew and trainer Danny of the Sony gym do cool-down exercises.) Wrap up your routine with cool-down exercises. I'm stretching the hamstring and the side abdominal muscles called this, from the Latin for slanting.

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

Ben Liz Jeremy
$4,800 -$600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Liz Jeremy
$5,800 $1,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY BAD GUYS
NEW INVENTIONS
MOVIE SONGS
PRINCE ALBERT
IN A CAN
BETTER LET "IM" OUT
(Each response is two words - one will have "IM" those two letters in it at the beginning and the other word will be absent those letters.)
    $400 22
Sherlock Holmes describes him as "one of the great brains of the century"
    $400 20
The Flyknit Racer running shoe developed by this company weighs a mere 5.6 ounces & conforms to your foot
    $400 24
She starred in "The Rose" & sang the title track
    $400 14
Albert brought to English royalty the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha name stemming from a dukedom in what is now this country
    $400 16
This company can can chunky soups, & has since 1969
    $400 18
First name of philosopher Kant; first name of Panamanian leader Noriega
    $800 21
Students in Ukraine have created gloves for the hearing-impaired to communicate with those who don't understand this
    $800 25
It's the 3-word title of the Oscar-nominated song from 1976's "Rocky"
    $800 15
Though he's been gone for more than 150 years, Albert's name today still graces this London edifice
    $800 17
Yoders offers a canned version of this meat, the "B" in a BLT
    $800 19
A violent collision when one thing hits another; a peaceful agreement
    $1200 28
He vows to turn Desdemona's "virtue into pitch, and out of her own goodness make the net that shall enmesh them all"
    $1200 12
A new eye"glass" from this company aims to bring computer images & info directly to your vision to augment reality
    $1200 1
Seth MacFarlane wrote the lyrics to "Everybody Needs A Best Friend", from this buddy picture
    $1200 5
Prince Albert didn't get to be officially called the "Prince" this until 17 years after marrying Queen Victoria
    $1200 8
A Swiss company has put one of these sandwiches in a can, so Jimmy Buffett can enjoy one "In Paradise"
    $1200 4
To run someone through with a sharp stick; his probable complexion as a result
    $1600 27
This "Heart of Darkness" villain lived in the jungles of Africa, where he controlled the ivory trade
    DD: $2,900 13
Being tested in 2013, Grasshopper is a reusable one of these as tall as a 10-story building
    $1600 2
"The Bare Necessities" is a beary fun tune from this 1967 film
    $1600 6
Albert successfully organized & ran this "Great" event held at London's Crystal Palace in 1851
    $1600 9
This over 150-year-old Hawaiian company offers canned pineapple chunks, slices & tidbits
    $1600 11
Hampered, like a drunk driver; joined up with a partner
    $2000 26
Claggart is the evil sailor who accuses this Herman Melville character of plotting mutiny
    $2000 29
Able to withstand great pressure, the Deepsea Challenger submarine took this man down 7 miles in March 2012
    $2000 3
The songs of Aimee Mann inspired this 1999 Paul Thomas Anderson film, & Aimee's "Save Me" was heard in it
    DD: $4,000 7
Though Albert was only a prince, Alfred, Lord Tennyson dedicated this epic poetic work to him in the 1862 edition
    $2000 10
Paris Hilton endorses the Rich brand of this Italian sparkling wine in a can
    $2000 23
An obstacle & the triangular architectural feature seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Liz Jeremy
$19,900 $10,000 $9,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
This country has an area of only 275 square miles but has 4 official languages: English, Tamil, Chinese & Malay

Final scores:

Ben Liz Jeremy
$20,001 $99 $0
7-day champion: $157,733 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Liz Jeremy
$16,600 $10,000 $9,000
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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