Show #6734 - Thursday, December 19, 2013

Contestants

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Jenna Johnson, a law student from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mary Gildea, a retired high school English teacher from Marietta, Pennsylvania

Varun Shekhar, a graduate student in engineering and law from Northville, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

MAP QUEST
HODGEPODGE
ANAGRAMS
LIBRARIES
THE BEST DEFENSE
A GOOD OFFENSE
    $200 1
Incorporated as a city in 1853, it's on the shores of Lake Winnebago b'gosh
    $200 13
1,742,400 square feet gets you this many acres (mule not included)
    $200 6
Anthem ender:
BEHAVE HOME FORT
    $200 8
America's poet laureate is officially called a consultant in poetry to this library
    $200 21
World war I warships often had
dazzle painting as this, from the French for "disguise"
    $200 24
Tom Brady tossed 50 TD passes in 2007, leading this team to an NFL record 589 points in a season
    $400 2
But will it play in this city, originally a settlement called Fort Crevecoeur?
    $400 14
Translate from Esperanto: in January 2009 there was a new resident at the blanka domo, this place
    $400 7
Relative by marriage:
MENIAL WORTH
    $400 9
A small library named for this man at Cambridge's Magdalene College contains his 17th century diary
    $400 22
In 14th c. Europe, plate armor sent this less protective "chain" material on its way
    $600 3
Antelope Island, oddly home to a herd of wild buffalo,
is the largest island
in this U.S. body of water
    $600 15
This small blonde Oklahoma-born dynamo has been "Wicked" on stage & full of "Glee" on television
    $600 16
Serious injury:
BAKER NORM
    $600 10
This university's Hesburgh Library is famous for its 134-foot-high "Touchdown Jesus" mural
    $600 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Switzerland.) Known as the Toblerone Trail, because they look like the chocolates, the Swiss built fortifications in the 1930s to stop invasion by these, such as Germany's Panzers
    $800 4
A-squared equals good times in this city, home to a 40,000-student
university
    $800 19
This woman of myth could've foreseen Agamemnon taking her to Mycenae as a slave, but no one would have believed her
    $800 17
In cartoons she gets slipped a Mickey:
NOISE IMMUNE
    $800 11
Milan's Ambrosiana Library has the Codex Atlanticus, a collection of manuscripts & drawings by this Renaissance man
    $800 25
During the U.S. Civil War, increased firepower forced soldiers into these defenses that crisscrossed Europe in 1918
    $800 28
In the 2008-09 season, this univ.'s Huskies outscored their women's basketball opponents by double digits in every game
    $1000 5
Named for a Spanish duke, it's the county seat of Bernalillo County
    $1000 20
This capital of Sierra Leone was founded as a home for liberated slaves
    $1000 18
A small, out-of-the-way restaurant:
LOW ETHANE HILL
    DD: $1,000 12
The National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, MD began with the collection Dr. Joseph Lovell, this official
    $1000 26
The USA's cold war-era Skysweeper was this kind of artillery weapon
    $1000 27
For the 1927 Yankees, Babe Ruth batted in the third spot & this other lefty slugger batted fourth--not bad at all!

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

Varun Mary Jenna
$2,400 $3,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Varun Mary Jenna
$3,200 $3,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HERE COMES BOO BOO, HONEY
LITERARY LANDMARKS
THAT MOVIE DID A NUMBER ON ME
HISTORIC NAMES
LOOK ON THE UNION LABEL
"'YS" WORDS
    $400 21
For kids, the Mayo Clinic says symptoms of this head injury include irritability & lack of interest in favorite toys
    $400 6
This author's boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri is on the national register of historic places
    $400 16
Jane, Lily, Dolly, Dabney, this 1980 film
    $400 11
On Dec.15, 1812 he wrote his "Cartagena Manifesto" seeking support to oust the Spanish from Venezuela
    $400 1
An organized or connected group of things; you have a "nervous" one
    $800 22
Turns out backhand is the stroke most often implicated in this affliction
    $800 7
The modest home at 4646 N. Hermitage in the Ravenswood area of Chicago is where he wrote his famous poem about the city
    $800 17
Selleck, Guttenberg, Danson, kid, this 1987 film
    $800 12
One of the early items printed by him in his shop in Mainz, Germany was a calendar for the year 1448
    $800 2
Annual (let's hope) exam by a doctor
    $1200 23
Try not to pull or tear one of these 3 long muscles that run down each leg from the bottom of the pelvis
    $1200 8
In the late 1920s Dashiell Hammett lived in an apt. at 891 Post St. in San Francisco, also this detective's address
    $1200 18
(Morgan Freeman presents the clue.) I played Detective Somerset in this 1995 film where Kevin Spacey left Brad Pitt a very unwanted gift
    $1200 13
This Austrian ruling family was known for its hereditary peculiarity, a protruding lower lip
    $1200 3
Aberrant or maladjusted, like some families
    $1600 24
Inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot that creates the arch is plantar this. & just...ouch
    $1600 9
Louis L'Amour wrote many of his western novels in room 222 of the Strater hotel in Durango in this state
    $1600 19
In this 1996 movie, Cruella de Vil says, "You beasts!...you've won the battle, but I'm about to win the wardrobe"
    $1600 14
Although Catherine of Aragon had several children with Henry VIII, only this daughter survived infancy
    $1600 4
Fathomless, or really, really bad
    $2000 25
In 2013 Giants FB Henry Hynoski, "The Hynoceros", injured his MCL, this collateral ligament, in his knee
    $2000 10
In 1923 Henry Ford bought this Sudbury, Mass. inn popularized by Longfellow to make it a museum of American history
    $2000 20
Walter Matthau played Garber in this 1974 subway caper; Denzel played the role in its 2009 remake
    DD: $2,000 15
In 1861, 4 years after being selected to preside over Mexico's supreme court, he was elected president
    $2000 26
More than 70% of the members of this union, the CWA, work on the information highway
    $2000 5
The systematic investigation of something complex; you might see a shrink for it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Varun Mary Jenna
$6,800 $4,600 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TV CHARACTERS
Jerry Jones, Mark Cuban & Mayor Mike Rawlings were 3 of the real folks at the 2013 memorial for this TV character

Final scores:

Varun Mary Jenna
$11,401 $0 $9,199
2-day champion: $18,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Varun Mary Jenna
$6,800 $4,600 $13,400
11 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,800

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