Show #6761 - Monday, January 27, 2014

Contestants

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Bill Hammon, a video editor and freelance writer from Bristol, Connecticut

Julie Singer, a French professor from St. Louis, Missouri

Chip Bell, a telecom engineer from Marysville, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

FINDING MY INNER SCOT
WARS BY BATTLE
THINGS THAT ARE YELLOW
MOVIES & POLITICS
WHAT A LITERARY CHARACTER!
"-LY" WORDS THAT AREN'T ADVERBS
    $200 26
Hoot, mon! Bring over your best whisky; it's Hogmanay, this "auld" holiday
    $200 20
Anzio &
Bataan
    $200 1
The yellow daisy is more commonly called this female
    $200 2
He played the Chief of Staff for Michael Douglas' "American President" but got a promotion on "The West Wing"
    $200 5
Simon Legree is a brutal slave driver in this 19th century work
    $200 13
This noun, an intimidator on the playground
    $400 27
Och, Angus brought over his bairn, one of these, with a face only a mother could love
    $400 21
Amiens &
Belleau Wood
    $400 6
These yellow, goggled "Despicable Me" guys now have their own ride at Universal Studios in Orlando
    $400 3
Orson Welles runs for governor of New York in this classic; the run doesn't end well
    $400 7
He works for Scrooge & is Tiny Tim's father
    $400 14
This adjective meaning ridiculous or absurd; in kids' toys, it precedes "string" & "putty"
    $600 28
It's foghar, this foggy season of the year; a great time to drink!
    $600 23
Lake Erie &
New Orleans
    $600 16
Varieties of this yellow cage bird include Norwich & Dutch frill
    $600 4
(Sarah of the Clue clue reports from the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.) Films like "The Three Caballeros" resulted from a goodwill tour that Walt & some artists took in the early 1940s, at FDR's request, to combat the spread of this ideology of Mussolini & Franco
    $600 8
This character "piled upon the whale's white hump the sum of all the general rage & hate felt by his whole race"
    $600 15
This noun, which the home team pulled off in the bottom of the 6th
    $800 29
Don't peenge to me, this activity, or you'll get na haggis
    $800 24
Palo Alto &
Monterrey
    $800 17
In the opening credits of a 1952 musical, Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds & Donald O'Connor wear yellow these
    $800 9
Will Ferrell's opponent in "The Campaign" was played by this usually bearded comedian
    DD: $1,600 11
By first names, this title group is Alyosha, Ivan, Dmitri & Smerdyakov
    $800 18
This noun meaning a record of debt; in a British interjection, it's followed by -ho!
    $1000 30
Put on your wellies, your boots, & go outside & dig up some tatties, these; we'll need 'em fer tha party
    $1000 25
Kennesaw Mountain &
Poison Spring
    $1000 22
Because he helped create safety standards for it, educator Frank Cyr is known as the "father of the yellow" this
    $1000 10
Kevin Kline comes to the White House & solves unemployment in this 1993 film
    $1000 12
Because his own life is so boring, this title character in a 1939 story lives a "Secret Life" in his imagination
    $1000 19
This sad adjective derived from one of the 4 humors

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Chip Julie Bill
$600 $2,000 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chip Julie Bill
$3,600 $7,000 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN FOUNTAINS
THE NAME OF THE ROSE
LOANWORDS BY LANGUAGE
(Alex: The language that gave English that particular word.)
I GOT A "FEVER"
WOMEN
MISSPELLED BANDS
(Alex: Talking about music.)
    $400 10
It's said Alma von Goethe, the poet's granddaughter, was the model for the figure atop this city's Austria fountain
    $400 13
Introduced in 1976 for the bicentennial, the rose seen here is named "the stars 'n'" these
    $400 15
Pinscher
    $400 6
Ahhh-choo! In New Mexico & Utah, Russian thistle is a major cause of this ailment
    $400 18
In 2007 she became second in line to the U.S. presidency
    $400 1
They sang "All You Nead Is Love"
    $800 11
A feature of Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens is the fountain with bubbling tubes, codesigned by this physicist
    $800 14
The popular mini-rose seen here Is called "gourmet" this snack food--hold the butter
    $800 16
Aperitif
    $800 7
Patients who recover from the toxic part of this mosquito-borne disease become immune to it
    $800 19
She was a passenger on a flight across the Atlantic on June 17-18, 1928
    $800 2
Their album "Girls, Girls, Girls" had a fue hair metal anthems
    $1200 12
The Eros statue in the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain in this London "Circus" was one of the first to be made of aluminum
    $1200 28
This "Coal Miner's Daughter" has a rose named after her & her Grammy-winning album "Van Lear Rose"
    $1200 23
Fantasia
    $1200 8
Caused by a salmonella bacterium, it can develop 3 weeks after you eat bad food, perhaps cooked by Mary
    $1200 20
Model, pop singer & First Lady of France have been among her jobs
    $1200 3
Trey Anastasio & phriends change this band's set lists to stay phresh
    $1600 26
A fountain in Paris near Pompidou Centre honors this composer with mechanical figures inspired by "The Rite of Spring"
    $1600 29
English roses include the one here, named for a Scottish cap
    $1600 24
Behemoth
    DD: $4,000 9
Strawberry & raspberry tongue & a rash can accompany this disease chiefly affecting kids
    DD: $3,000 21
The recordings she made with Arthur Schlesinger Jr. in March 1964 were finally made available to the public in 2011
    $1600 4
The songs of this Damon albarn cartoon band aren't just time-fillaz
    $2000 27
Designed by Nicola Salvi in 1732 & completed 30 years later, it's been called the most famous Baroque fountain in Rome
    $2000 30
The name of this fragrant rose is the shortened version of a Syrian city's name
    $2000 25
Ukase, a decree
    $2000 17
Found mainly in kids aged 5 to 15, it gets its name from one symptom, inflammation of the joints
    $2000 22
Ira Gershwin said, "I never knew how good our songs were until I heard" this jazz & scat queen "sing them"
    $2000 5
Cities where they played showes in 2013 included their hometown, Atlanta

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chip Julie Bill
$10,400 $26,000 $4,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT
This office is named for a tablecloth imprinted with squares that was once used as an abacus

Final scores:

Chip Julie Bill
$11,400 $30,000 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chip Julie Bill
$10,400 $28,600 $3,800
13 R,
0 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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