Show #6692 - Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Contestants

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Rose Adams, an information management coordinator from Flint, Michigan

Arne Lunde, an associate professor of Scandinavian Studies from Los Angeles, California

Bill Tolany, a marketing executive from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

TV THROUGH THE YEARS
A CLASH OF SYMBOLS
THE ABCs OF NYC
COURTS OF ALL SORTS
THAT'S MY STORY
I'M "STICK"ING TO IT
    $200 1
The first national issue of TV Guide, April 1953, featured a photo of this zany comedienne's "$50,000,000 baby"
    $200 6
In 2013 France's Communist party said adieu to this pair of symbols, saying "It isn't so relevant to a new generation"
    $200 9
RCMH:
Kick up your heels on its stage
    $200 13
This most prestigious Wimbledon court got a roof in 2009
    $200 27
This former NBA coach shares Zen wisdom in his 2013 autobiography "Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success"
    $200 17
Proper etiquette after eating a Japanese meal is to lay these down in front of you with the tips to the left
    $400 2
In the '70s, he was a perhaps unlikely sex symbol playing a cop
    $400 7
In the NFL, both the Raiders & the Buccaneers have these weapons clashing on their logos
    $400 10
ESB:
It was completed ahead of schedule & under budget
    $400 14
At the court of King James I this position, M.C., was created to receive foreign dignitaries
    $400 28
Published in 1955, his first volume of post-White House memoirs was titled "Year of Decisions"
    $400 18
The Keystone Kops & the 3 Stooges practiced this comedic art form
    $600 3
Omar, played by Michael K. Williams, relieved Baltimore drug dealers of their profits on this HBO drama debuting in 2002
    $600 8
In an 1874 cartoon Thomas Nast drew this creature scaring other animals, including an elephant
    $600 11
CUNY:
Hunter College is one
    $600 15
This city's Superior Court Tower was designed by the architects who did the Getty Villa, not too far off
    $600 19
A consumer who's confronted with the unexpected high price of a car is said to be suffering from this ailment
    $800 4
"I kid you not" was the catchphrase of this "Tonight Show" host before Johnny Carson
    $800 25
The shield of Mars & the mirror of Venus are symbols for these, often known to clash
    $800 12
SoHo:
It's how the neighborhood got its name
    $800 22
Court Street is the main drag for nightlife at Ohio University in this city
    $800 16
"Ending the Vietnam War" is one of several memoirs by this Secretary of State
    $800 20
This decorative item is used to hold an ascot or necktie in place
    $1000 5
That's Morty the moose, not star Rob Morrow, in the opening credits of this Alaska-set '90s show
    DD: $2,200 26
The eagle on the one-dollar bill grasps in its talons these seemingly antithetical items
    $1000 24
TLC:
This commission licenses & regulates certain for-hire vehicles
    $1000 23
You can stay in a 1949 Airstream at the Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Court in Bisbee in this state
    $1000 21
This hyphenated term for an old fogy dates back to the early 18th century

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

Bill Arne Rose
$2,200 $3,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Arne Rose
$400 $3,600 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
SCENTS & SENSE ABILITY
A PRINCE OF A GUY
DOUBLE THE VOWEL
ART
POP CULTURE FILL-INS
(Alex: I'll have to give you an example on that. "We'll always have ____ ____ hotels." We'll always have Paris, and Hilton Hotels, okay. Paris Hilton.)
    $400 17
What, were you raised by wolves? Actually, yes, this Indian boy was, in 1895's "The Jungle Book"
    $400 11
In 2011 Nestle insured the nose of "Mr. Bean", its chief master taster of this, for 2 million pounds
    $400 16
In 1301 the future Edward II became the first eldest son of an English king to receive this title
    $400 1
This portable shoulder-held rocket launcher was also known as the stovepipe
    $400 4
Donatello used a new type of shallow relief to depict this saint slaying a dragon
    $400 21
Aloe
____
____
Chung
    DD: $3,000 18
grolier.com says the U.S. built this "in ten years by taming a jungle, dividing a continent, and uniting two oceans"
    $800 12
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an animated cutaway diagram of a dog's head on the monitor.) One reason a dog's sense of smell is so acute is because when it inhales only part of the air goes to the respiratory system; the rest is directed to this system, from Latin for smell
    $800 2
The name of this dress that hangs freely from the shoulders is from the Hawaiian for "cut-off"
    $800 5
John Constable added an arching one of these to the cloudy sky in "Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows"
    $800 22
Stockard
____
____
O'Neal
    $1200 19
These blood-sucking jungle worms produce hirudin, a chemical substance that prevents blood from thickening
    $1200 13
Male moths use antenna organs called sensilla to detect these chemicals emitted by hot-to-trot females
    $1200 3
Move with the body close to the ground, as on hands & knees, or an annoyingly repulsive person
    $1200 6
You can have dejeuner at the Musee d'Orsay after seeing this painter's 1860s work "Le dejeuner sur l'herbe" there
    $1200 23
Hey
____
____
& Order
    $1600 14
Also called essential oils therapy, it claims those oils can stimulate nerves in the nose & calm or stimulate you
    DD: $3,000 20
Portuguese exploration was financed by the Order of Christ, of which he was Governor starting c. 1420
    $1600 9
This first name of the actress seen here is also the name of Yemen's capital
    $1600 7
Art historians think the lady in the da Vinci work was pregnant because she holds this animal, a pregnancy emblem
    $1600 24
Tiny
____
____
-Hill
    $2000 15
Used in high-grade perfumes, this stuff said to act as an aphrodisiac comes from the glands of the same-named deer
    $2000 10
2 of these are equivalent to the diameter of a circle
    $2000 8
Francois Boucher painted his lighthearted "Toilet of Venus" for this mistress of Louis XV
    $2000 25
Steve
____
____
Boothe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Arne Rose
$8,600 $3,200 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CARIBBEAN
Pico Duarte & Lago Enriquillo in this country 650 miles from Florida are the highest & lowest points in the Caribbean

Final scores:

Bill Arne Rose
$10,800 $0 $4,399
2-day champion: $26,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bill Arne Rose
$9,400 $3,200 $8,400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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