Show #6730 - Friday, December 13, 2013

Contestants

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Evan Struble, a librarian from Columbus, Ohio

Tiffany Gholar, an abstract painter from Chicago, Illinois

Woody Bell, an Air Force officer from Columbia, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

INDIAN FIRSTS
HEY, 4 Is!
LANGUAGES BY ANY OTHER NAME
60 YEARS OF THE TV STATION
(Alex: And to help stations celebrate their affiliation with our show... [*]. These are Jeopardy! affiliates celebrating 60 years.)
ENJOY THE FLIGHT
THE MOVIE IS COMPLIMENTARY
    $200 22
The first Miss India to go on to win this title was Sushmita Sen in 1994
    $200 7
Anyone who thinks he's going to break up the United States needs to check out this word in the pledge of allegiance
    $200 12
Nederlands
    $200 17
1953 brought station WHP to this capital of Pennsylvania
    $200 1
You must be 15 to sit in one of these rows
    $200 2
1977:
"The Force is strong with this one"
    $400 23
The first Indian Nobel Peace Prize winner was this Albania-born Indian citizen in 1979
    $400 8
If you say "to boldly go", you've "split" this grammatical term
    $400 13
Siamese
    $400 18
Starting in 1953 you could watch TV on your mobile--I mean Mobile device on WALA in this state
    $400 27
Relax--by traveling more than 768 mph, giving us this type of distinctive speed, we will definitely be arriving on time
    $400 3
1967:
"I think you're the most attractive of all my parents' friends"
    $600 24
The first Indian one of these was the Aryabhata, launched on April 19, 1975
    $600 9
Inflammation of the gums
    $600 14
Lettish
    $600 19
In the early '60s, Houston's KHOU had this Texan as its news director
    $600 28
The American Airlines inflight magazine, or one of the things fought for by Superman (& there he is at 25,000'!)
    $600 4
2008:
"I've never wanted a human's blood so much"
    $800 25
The first Indian to achieve this exalted chess title was Viswanathan Anand in 1988
    $800 10
The organization NORML advocates this 4-"I" process with marijuana
    $800 15
Ellinika
    $800 20
Diana Pierce anchors the news on KARE in this city a lot better than Ted Baxter did on fictional WJM
    $800 29
Take a nap--you're on the world's longest-distance nonstop flight, 8,500 miles from Sydney to DFW, this airport
    $800 5
2010:
"You are probably going to be a very successful computer person"
    $1000 26
Occult writer Aleister Crowley led the first team to try to summit this highest Indian peak, the world's third highest
    $1000 11
One who enforces the rules in a strict manner is a stern this 14-letter word
    $1000 16
Judeo-German
    DD: $2,400 21
In 1953, KLAS became the first TV station in this Western state
    $1000 30
Your carry-on fits nicely in the device with this rhyming name; that means it'll fit in the overhead bin, so carry on
    $1000 6
1972:
"He got a real pretty mouth, ain't he?"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Woody Tiffany Evan
$1,600 $3,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Woody Tiffany Evan
$3,200 $2,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MARSH MADNESS
THEIR FIRST TOP 40 POP HIT
SILVER
A CASE OF WRITER'S BLOCK
BEFORE & AFTER
BEHIND EVERY GREAT MAN
    $400 20
The Chinese Communists squelched through the Zoige Marsh on this 1930s trek
    $400 5
"You Give Good Love"
(1985)
    $400 6
Cervantes wrote in "Don Quixote" that "Every man was not born with" one of these "in his mouth"
    $400 11
She said, "'Chamber of Secrets', I really did have writer's block... about 5 weeks. & compared to some... what's 5 weeks?"
    $400 25
Nursery rhyme waterspout crawler who's a Marvel crime fighter
    $400 18
Napoleon crosses the St. Bernard Pass, part of these mountains seen at the back
    $800 21
Pope Sixtus V died of this disease contracted at the Pontine Marshes, which he wanted to reclaim
    $800 4
"Any Man Of Mine"
(1995)
    $800 7
In 1963 the first $1 Federal Reserve note was issued; until then, most $1 bills were these
    $800 12
In 1952 he hit it big with "Invisible Man"; he spent 40 years on novel No. 2 & did not complete the book by his 1994 death
    $800 26
A motion indicating a Christian symbol that also allows the other lawyer to discredit the witness
    $800 19
Here's Albert Einstein & co. in front of this type of facility on Mt. Wilson
    $1200 22
What was once the Mideast's largest wetlands, mainly in this country, faced draining in the '90s & face drought today
    $1200 3
"You Shook Me All Night Long"
(1980)
    $1200 8
Most silent films have not survived because film stock made of this volatile compound decomposes easily
    $1200 13
Hanging upside-down in gravity boots helps this "Da Vinci Code" author relax & defeat the block
    $1200 27
Rope-pulling contest whose proceeds are set aside for a political campaign
    $1600 23
European armies always had to go around the Pripet Marshes, as in the USSR's invasion of this country in September 1939
    $1600 2
"Your Song"
(1970)
    $1600 9
Kenny Davis of the 1972 U.S. Olympic team in this sport forbade his heirs from ever accepting a silver medal
    $1600 14
"A whole year passed... O sorrow and shame... I have done nothing!" he managed to write; Albatross, meet neck
    $1600 17
Heavy-duty tool that can cut through crashed cars & Twain River memoirs
    $2000 24
New England's 20,000-acre Great Marsh is this type of marsh whose name reflects its irrigation by seawater
    $2000 1
"Wonderful! Wonderful!"
(1957)
    $2000 10
This rainmaking process was developed at GE & originally was done with dry ice or silver iodide
    DD: $2,800 15
A big-time block (& maybe a lot of partying) delayed "Answered Prayers" by this "non-fiction novelist"
    $2000 16
Egyptian queen's obelisk that should be pretty easy to locate in that big clump of dried grass
    $2000 28
Naturally, a piano is behind this Russian-American virtuoso known for retirements & comebacks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Woody Tiffany Evan
$8,000 $11,200 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HEALTH & MEDICINE 2013
There's news of the first lab test for this 10-letter condition the NIH calls the leading cause of disability for Americans 15 to 44

Final scores:

Woody Tiffany Evan
$1 $6,399 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $6,399 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Woody Tiffany Evan
$8,000 $13,600 $7,600
12 R,
2 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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