Show #6750 - Friday, January 10, 2014

Contestants

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Adrian Ho, a healthcare consultant from Palo Alto, California

Michelle DeGrothy, a Navy helicopter pilot from Neptune Beach, Florida

Seth Tribble, a statistician from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,488)

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Jeopardy! Round

SHELVING! YES, SHELVING!
I SAW IT ON IMDb
"AD" VERBS
VACATION
THE MOOSE OUT FRONT
SHOULD'VE TOLD YOU
    $200 20
This retailer denies reports it's redesigning its Billy bookcase for tchotchkes instead of books no one now buys
    $200 1
In 1988 he starred in both the Best Picture Oscar winner, "Rain Man", & the Razzie winner for worst picture, "Cocktail"
    $200 11
To direct a speech at someone
    $200 6
For your beach trip, water babies with SPF 50 from this brand will help flash 'em a non-tan (or -burn)
    $200 17
Up to 1,800 pounds, the moose is the largest member of this family, but you rarely hear about a "moose in headlights"
    $200 16
Jim Bowie & pals, remember to have some extra guys with you here in 1836:
200 vs. 2,500 doesn't bode well
    $400 24
A shelf above a fireplace, this word can stand alone or precede "shelf" or "piece"
    $400 2
The make-up & costume worn by Johnny Depp in this 2013 film were inspired by a painting titled "I Am Crow"
    $400 12
To officiate at the taking of an oath
    $400 7
Off to run with the bulls in this capital of Navarra, Spain
    $400 18
This moose body part, which is shed every winter, can be 6 feet wide & weigh 85 pounds
    $400 23
James McCord? On June 17, 1972, I wouldn't go breaking in to this complex with your 4 pals
    $600 25
A set of wire shelving is called this food professional's "racks"
    $600 3
It was a Time Magazine reporter who revealed to this "Chinatown" actor that his sister was really his mother
    $600 13
The constitution says "Neither house...shall" do this for more than 3 days without permission from the other
    $600 8
In "Vacation", this actor defends putting deceased Aunt Edna on the car roof: "You want me to strap her to the hood?"
    $600 19
The largest moose are found in Alaska & the Eastern part of this huge Russian region & next-door neighbor
    $600 26
Yes, you're Troy's greatest warrior, but making Achilles mad will be a real drag (behind a chariot) for you
    $800 4
imdb.com lists Lou Ferrigno as the uncredited voice of this superhero in 2012's "The Avengers"
    $800 14
To make someone confused
    $800 9
I'll take in this Broadway show with songs like "You And Me (But Mostly Me)" & "Joseph Smith American Moses"
    $800 21
Dorothy Parker & pals would know moose comes from a word meaning "twig eater" in the language of this Native people
    DD: $1,500 28
As you see from the photos, your 1920s financial scheme that began with fellow Italian immigrants does not end well
    $1000 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew explains a picture of shelves on a monitor.) Allowing better visibility to potential customers, shelves that are supported only in the back are termed this, like a similar type of bridge
    $1000 5
John Carter was the original name of this movie star & NRA president
    $1000 15
To reprimand or urge to duty
    $1000 10
It's safety first on facay, & as of July 2, 2013, texting while driving is illegal on this alliterative S.C. [South Carolina] island
    $1000 22
Hey, ladies! Bulls attract the gals by voiding their bladders in muck & splashing it onto this flap of skin under the throat
    $1000 27
Uh, this woman? Your 1540 marriage to Henry VIII gets annulled in 6 months! I say, lots of nice guys in Cleves--stay home

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

Seth Michelle Adrian
$3,600 $4,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Michelle Adrian
$2,000 $7,800 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1914--WHAT A YEAR
BIERCE'S DEVIL'S DICTIONARY
FASHION DESIGNERS
NO. 1 "LOVE" SONGS
U.S. CAPITALS OF THE WORLD
WINDOW QUOTES
    $400 6
Remember the Dolphin! Sailors from its crew were detained in Mexico, leading to this U.S. president sending in the Marines
    $400 9
Ralph Lauren began his design career in 1967 creating men's neckties under this brand name
    $400 7
The Doors: "Won't you tell me your name?"
    $400 1
This crop is king in Greenwood, Mississippi, its "capital of the world"
    $400 17
A proverb states that these "are the windows to the soul"
    $800 10
This Frenchman who founded a clothing line in 1933 featuring a famous logo had also gained fame
in an earlier field
    $800 8
Queen: "I gotta be cool. Relax. Get hip. And get on my tracks"
    $800 2
The amber rolling fields of Wellington, Kansas make it this grain "capital of the world"
    $800 18
2 Corinthians says this apostle escaped Damascus: "through a window in a basket was I let down by the wall"
    $1200 23
It was opened to commercial traffic Aug. 15, 1914, but an American tug had already gone through it in May
    $1200 20
Knighty knight! This is the "kind of clothing worn by a man whose tailor is a blacksmith"
    $1200 12
In 2007 this designer famous for his red, white & blue tags signed a deal to be exclusive to Macy's
    $1200 11
Roxette: "But it's over now"
    $1200 3
Palm Springs, Augusta, Naples, Pinehurst & Myrtle Beach all claim to be the "capital of the world" of this pastime
    $1200 19
In "Farewell My Lovely", he wrote one woman was "a blonde to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained glass window"
    $1600 25
As the year began, this Michigan company doubled its average worker's salary to a $5-a-day minimum wage
    $1600 21
This type of gunplay is defined as "a formal ceremony preliminary to the reconciliation of 2 enemies"
    $1600 13
Known for her trademark black nylon purses, she's written 3 books: "Manners", "Occasions" & "Style"
    DD: $2,000 15
Bee Gees: "And you come to me on a summer breeze"
    $1600 4
Have the vision to know that Holtville, Calif. makes its claim as this root vegetable "capital of the world"
    DD: $2,000 27
"In the lighted windows, his books arranged three by three kept watch like angels" is from this Proust work
    $2000 24
World War I began in earnest in July as Austrian forces bombarded this capital city
    $2000 22
"One of a race of persons... who followed the primitive economic maxim, 'every man his own horse'. The best...was Chiron"
    $2000 14
In the early 1970s this wife of a German prince introduced a wrap dress that became enormously popular
    $2000 16
Eminem & Rihanna: "Just gonna stand there & hear me cry, but that's all right because..."
    $2000 5
With 16 of them, Cedar Point Amusement Park in this Ohio city is the "roller coaster capital of the world"
    $2000 26
But soft! In "Romeo and Juliet", this question precedes "It is the east, and Juliet is the sun"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Michelle Adrian
$6,800 $14,600 $3,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
It's the largest country in area completely south of the equator that has a female president

Final scores:

Seth Michelle Adrian
$12,345 $13,700 $6,500
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $13,700 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Seth Michelle Adrian
$6,800 $16,600 $4,600
11 R,
3 W
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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