Show #6658 - Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Contestants

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Timothy Youker, a theater scholar from Chanhassen, Minnesota

Katie Annis, a stay-at-home mom from Ashburn, Virginia

David Brown, a fundraising intern from Palo Alto, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

BORN ON THE 24th OF JULY
NAIL POLISH COLORS
COASTAL U.S. STATES
SPORTS ON FILM
11-LETTER WORDS
(Alex: And finally, Ken Burns would be very happy that Jeopardy! has...)
RECENTLY UNEARTHED CIVIL WAR LETTERS?
    $200 21
This San Francisco Giants home run king was born on July 24, 1964
    $200 30
Limited-edition shades from MAC Cosmetics were inspired by these 2 girls from the Archie comics
    $200 1
Its Gulf Coast is between Alabama's & Louisiana's
    $200 6
"The Perfect Game"
    $200 13
This campaign against "errant" Christians & others didn't officially end until 1834
    $200 7
Petunia my lovely, this Pennsylvania battle goes on & we are to assault Culp's Hill! My life insurance policy is in the chifforobe
    $400 22
On July 24, 1783 this military man was liberated from his mom in Venezuela
    $400 29
OPI likes a pun: an orangey red is called "A Roll in" this Dutch seat of government
    $400 2
Of the 3 coastal western states in the lower 48, its coast is the shortest at 157 miles
    $400 8
"Invictus"
    $400 14
Mystery solved--it's the hunting hat seen here
    $400 12
Darling Beatrice! The picture you sent of yourself in this 4-letter skirt! Be still my heart, you wild vixen!
    $600 23
She winged her way into the world on July 24, 1897 & flew into history just shy of her 40th birthday
    $600 28
Completes the name of a polish by L'Oreal, "Because You're..."
    $600 3
Bay Head on its famous "shore" was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy
    $600 9
"Senna"
    DD: $1,000 15
Adjective for actions that can be supported by reasoning, like certain homicides
    $600 18
Ima, I fear we may be lost! We are in Encino in this state & it is eerily quiet
    $800 24
Before achieving fame as a pere, this novelist became a fils on July 24, 1802 in Aisne, France
    $800 27
Chanel named a yellow polish for this champagne & orange juice cocktail
    $800 4
This New England state has the least, a scant 13 miles on the sea
    $800 10
"Goon" starring Seann William Scott
    $800 16
An irrational fear not of affordable California wine but of all things French
    $800 19
My taste buds have been amputated, Ida, yet I yearn for your pies with this insect name with brown sugar, molasses & butter
    $1000 25
On July 24, 1956 it was clap hands, here comes Charlie, this future party-switching Florida governor
    $1000 26
Hard Candy's Crystal Confetti Collection includes a red & black one named for this type of costume ball
    $1000 5
Wilmington, near the mouth of the Cape Fear River, is its main seaport
    $1000 11
"Crossover" with Anthony Mackie
    $1000 17
Cold War policy of restricting the spread of communism by confining it geographically
    $1000 20
O fair Lulubelle, my pancreas lies somewhere in S.C. but its islets of this, whose beta cells make insulin, live in my mem'ry

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

David Katie Timothy
$1,200 $1,600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Katie Timothy
$2,000 $2,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

FILL IN THE NONFICTION BLANK
COINS OF OUR REALM
(Alex: Each response will be two words, and you add a letter to one of the words to...)
MAKE IT A DOUBLE-LETTER WORD
"AMERICAN" ENTERTAINMENT
INSECTS
I READ IT IN THE NEW YORK TIMES
    $400 30
Howard Stern:
"Private ___"
    $400 10
An 1864 2-cent piece was the first U.S. coin with this 4-word motto
    $400 16
A state of prolonged unconsciousness wakes up with another letter to become a punctuation mark
    $400 1
Nicki Minaj joined it as a judge in 2013
    $400 5
Last seen in 1956, the Cockerell's species of this large bee was rediscovered in 2011 in New Mexico
    $400 21
This organization "Vows to Develop a Plan to Train and Arm Security Guards at Every School in the Nation"
    $800 29
Joseph Campbell:
"The Hero with a Thousand ___"
    $800 12
The first delivery of these coins was in Oct. 1794, in time for kindly uncles to hand them out as holiday gifts
    $800 17
Slang for a policeman; with an added letter, it becomes a fowl enclosure
    $800 2
This scary FX show stars Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
    $800 6
The West Nile virus is transmitted predominantly by the Culex genus of this insect
    $800 22
"Video Game Review: In New Tomb Raider", she "Shows a Vulnerable Side"
    $1200 28
James D. Watson:
"The Double ___"
    $1200 13
From 1913 to 1938 it featured a composite picture, possibly of men named Iron Tail, Two Moons & John Big Tree
    $1200 18
An abbreviated football official becomes a sand ridge at the water's surface
    $1200 3
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is on this Green Day album
    $1200 7
Also called a measuring worm, it's the caterpillar of a large number of moths
    $1200 23
"Key Moments From the Supreme Court Hearing on the Defense of" this "Act"
    $1600 27
Will & Ariel Durant:
"The Story of ___"
    DD: $2,000 14
To mark the 150th birthday of the man on the front, this image was added to the back of the 1-cent coin in 1959
    $1600 19
A word meaning top-rate or excellent takes on another letter to become a meal of the day
    $1600 4
Kevin Spacey won an Oscar for this rosy movie
    $1600 8
Just like chickens, cockroaches have this internal organ that grinds food
    $1600 24
This school "Fires Basketball Coach Mike Rice After Video Goes Public"
    $2000 25
L. Ron Hubbard:
"___: the Modern Science of Mental Health"
    $2000 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows two coins on the monitor.) Useful to the visually impaired, this feature added to the edges of quarters & dimes makes similarly sized coins easier to identify by touch
    $2000 20
A long-barreled gun loads an extra letter to be a word meaning to turn pages hastily
    $2000 11
Luther Vandross sang back-up on the David Bowie song with this title
    DD: $1,000 9
4 inches long with a 4-inch wingspan, the giant darner is the USA's largest species of this insect
    $2000 26
This country "Orders Arrest of Satirist for Skits on Islam and Morsi"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Katie Timothy
$12,400 $3,800 $17,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

3-NAMED PEOPLE
Born in what's now Maine in 1807, he's honored with a bust in a special section of Westminster Abbey

Final scores:

David Katie Timothy
$10,400 $2,300 $9,600
2-day champion: $32,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Katie Timothy
$12,400 $3,800 $17,800
20 R,
4 W
7 R,
3 W
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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