Show #6657 - Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Contestants

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Sarah Orzalli, a project coordinator from Chicago, Illinois

David Brown, a fundraising intern from Palo Alto, California

Patrick Geary, a preloader from Sheridan, Wyoming (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE AMERICAS
(Alex: Next, we're dealing with the Biblical Jacob...)
A SON OF JACOB
REALITY CHECKS
A USEFUL CATEGORY
THANKS A LATTE
NO BIG "E"
    $200 1
Mount Fairweather, the tallest in this Canadian province, is also partly in Alaska
    $200 2
Latter-Day church founder Smith
    $200 30
Denise Stapley outwitted, outlasted & outplayed others to win $1 million on this show's 25th edition in 2012
    $200 28
Called a "torch" in England, this device was invented around 1896 with the advent of a portable battery power source
    $200 13
A caffe latte is made with a shot or 2 of this strong, dark coffee mixed with steamed milk
    $200 7
When referring to our planet, this word takes a capital E; when referring to soil & dirt, not
    $400 10
This state is bordered on its south by Texas & on its panhandle by New Mexico
    $400 3
President Harrison
    $400 16
Gretchen Jones was under the Gunn & won $100,000 on this show; the other designers had to clean out their workspaces
    $400 24
WWII fighting on insect-infested fronts led to the development of spray cans powered by this
    $400 14
If you want less zip from your latte, drink this type of coffee produced by the Swiss water process
    $400 8
When this word is in a Wilde play title, it's upper case; not when it's just a word meaning "sincere"
    $600 20
Iztaccihuatl & Popocatepetl are 2 volcanoes that stand more than 17,000 feet high in this country
    $600 4
Sandwich made with Russian dressing
    $600 17
$516.32 was the top prize for contestants on this Chuck Barris "talent" show
    $600 15
In 1907 a company took the name of this adjustable tool that could replace an entire set of wrenches
    $600 25
Make a nice smooth latte using this No. 1 U.S. brand of soy milk
    $600 9
Capitalize this as the progenitor of the human race, but not when meaning "the night before"
    $800 21
Central America's smallest country, it's been called Cuscatlan, "Land of the Jewel"
    $800 5
Hall of fame passer Fouts
    $800 18
John Anderson & John Henson host this ABC show that gives $50,000 to its winners (& hopefully some aspirin, too)
    $800 22
Leading to major changes in sports record keeping, this device was improved in 1916 to measure down to 1/100 of a second
    $800 26
You can use this spiced Indian tea to make a different type of latte
    $800 11
As a member of a "benevolent & protective order", big E; as an antlered ruminant, little e
    $1000 23
You'll find these much photographed falls in the Grand Canyon
    $1000 6
Comic actor Friedlander, he of the slogan-bearing caps
    $1000 19
David Hasselhoff helped put $1 mil. in the pocket of insurance salesman/opera singer Neal Boyd on this show
    DD: $1,000 29
A common type of this home safety device invented in the 1960s works by identifying changes in air ionization
    $1000 27
Starbucks adds a sweet syrup to make this type of latte named for cooked sugar
    $1000 12
Capitalize this word if it precedes "Guinea", but not if it precedes "plane" or "tide"

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

Patrick David Sarah
$1,400 $4,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick David Sarah
$1,400 $7,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We are going to get some help in the first category of the Double Jeopardy! Round from CNN correspondents, and the category is...)
CNN HISTORIC REVOLUTIONS
THE CALENDAR
BARD "M"EN
(Alex: Each correct response beginning with the letter "M".)
NAME THE SONG
ARCHAEOLOGY
WITHIN LIMITATIONS
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that is made up of some of the letters in the word "limitations".)
    $400 1
(With the first clue, here is Jim Bitterman.) The streets around Paris were boiling like a cauldron as the storming of the Bastille in this year marked the beginning of the French Revolution
    $400 23
It takes about 365 1/4 days for the earth to orbit the sun, so we get one of these on the calendar every 4 years
    $400 12
He killed Macbeth
    $400 8
1966:
"In the town where I was born lived a man who sailed to sea"
    $400 6
An 1847 study of the mound builders of Ohio was the first publication of this Washington, D.C. institution
    $400 18
Eagle claw
    $800 2
(Here is Anna Coren.) In June 1900 threatened foreigners were trapped in Beijing's Embassy District for more than 7 weeks before international relief forces rescued them during this Chinese rebellion
    $800 24
The Babylonians jiggered their calendar so the year always began right after this season-starting moment
    $800 13
We know Antonio's job (& where he works) from the title of this comedy
    $800 9
1982:
"She's just a girl who claims that I am the one"
    $800 7
A coin of emperor Yongle found in Kenya shows this Asian nation was trying to become an economic power 600 years ago
    $800 19
Slightly wet
    DD: $2,200 3
(Here is Dan Rivers.) On June 24, 1932 here in Bangkok a group called the Promoters staged a bloodless coup which ended Thailand's absolute monarchy & led to this type of monarchy named for a document
    $1200 14
He declared "A plague o' both" the houses of Montague & Capulet
    $1200 10
2012:
"I'm gonna pop some tags, only got twenty dollars in my pocket"
    $1200 25
In 2009 the earliest known depictions of the Apostles from the 4th c. were found in these underground tombs in Rome
    $1200 20
It means tiring work
    $1600 4
(Ivan Watson has the clue this time.) Here in Istanbul in 1908 the original "Young Turks" occupied the city as part of a revolution against a dictatorial one of these Ottoman Rulers
    DD: $2,000 15
The name of this steward in "Twelfth Night" is an approximation of the Italian for "ill will"
    $1600 11
1971:
"Hey, hey, mama, said the way you move, gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove"
    $1600 26
An upright slab with writing, like the Merneptah one Stanley Kowalski--er, sir Flinders Petrie--found in 1896
    $1600 21
A citizen army called for service in an emergency
    $2000 5
(With the last clue, here is Alex Zolbert.) Tokyo became Japan's capital in 1868 with the restoration of imperial power under the Emperor Meiji, ending the era of these rulers
    $2000 16
You'll find this king of Sparta & hubby of Helen in "Troilus & Cressida"
    $2000 17
2003:
"Shake it like a Polaroid picture"
    $2000 27
This financier of the King Tut excavation died 9 months before Tut's sarcophagus was discovered
    $2000 22
A follower of Lao Tzu's philosophy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick David Sarah
$6,800 $22,200 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-WINNING ACTORS
They're the only 2 Best Actor winners with the same last name; one was a winner for 1979 & 1988, the other for 2005

Final scores:

Patrick David Sarah
$1 $22,200 $100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,200 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patrick David Sarah
$5,800 $21,800 $3,000
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
5 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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