Show #6764 - Thursday, January 30, 2014

Arthur Chu game 3.

Contestants

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Maura McKenna, a legal technology consultant from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Carolyn Collins, an education program manager from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,800)

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $64,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE TOP 40 A TO Z
HEALTH & NUTRITION
MISSING LINKS
NEWSPAPERS
BLACK & WHITE & READ
ALL OVER
    $200 3
A:
This magic word, the title of a No. 1 hit by the Steve Miller band
    $200 14
Apples & carrots are good sources of the soluble type of this, aka bulk or roughage
    $200 18
Smiley
____
value
    $200 7
Clam up & keep typing; we're nearing this "fatal" time by which all stories & photos must be turned in
    $200 28
Dostoyevsky's short story "White Nights" is a romance set in this capital under the czars
    $200 30
Baghdad lies on both sides of this river
    $400 4
F:
You "gotta have" this, as George Michael sang
    $400 15
(I'm New York food writer Mark Bittman.) You can eat steak & good cheese, but you have to save them for the evening with the program I call VB6, short for this "before 6:00"
    $400 24
Golden
____
of thumb
    $400 8
R.O.P., or "run of paper", refers to these running within the body of a paper, not as inserts or supplements
    $400 29
"At liftoff, Matt Eversmann said a Hail Mary", begins this Somalia-set nonfiction book
    $400 27
Devils Tower National Monument & Medicine Bow National Forest are in this state
    $600 21
H:
This hit by Train that gives '80s band Mr. Mister its due
    $600 16
The Mayo Clinic says a level of 190 mg/dL & above for this "bad" type of cholesterol is very high
    $600 25
Family
____
hugger
    $600 9
Originally a type of condensed newspaper, today it's one that concentrates on sensational & lurid stories
    $600 26
Erik Larson's "The Devil in the White City" tells of "Murder, Magic, and Madness" at this city's 1893 World's Fair
    $600 20
You'll find Lungshan Temple in this capital city that's on an island
    $800 22
X:
This song on which ELO & Olivia Newton-John collaborated
    $800 1
Near the back of the dictionary, this mineral is necessary to produce collagen, tissue that helps wounds heal
    $800 17
Surrogate
____
tongue
    $800 12
Publishers watch sales figures via AAM, the Alliance for Audited Media, formerly ABC, the Audit Bureau of these
    DD: $1,000 11
This author's 1936 novel "Black Spring", a bawdy tale of Paris, came between 2 more famous books
    $800 2
Islamic extremists
and French troops
have recently battled in this country
    $1000 23
Z:
This song by The Cranberries that protested violence by the IRA, not the undead
    $1000 13
Hailed as a supergrain, quinoa is considered a complete protein because it contains all 9 of the essential these
    $1000 5
Flower
____
lifting
    $1000 6
When this word precedes "up", it doesn't mean to make the paper stupider but to lay out a mock page to make adjustments
    $1000 10
A National Book Award winner, this Don DeLillo novel covers a year in the life of a Midwestern college professor
    $1000 19
Tradition says this sea whose islands include Corfu & Ithaca was named for a Greek nymph

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

Arthur Carolyn Maura
$2,800 $400 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Carolyn Maura
$6,000 $2,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

KINGS OF ENGLAND NOT BORN IN ENGLAND
NFL STADIUMS
INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
HEY, "PAL"
(Alex: Those three letters will either begin or end a correct response.)
MATH PROBLEMS
CAN'T STOP MESSIN' WITH TEXAS
    $400 16
He was born in Falaise, Normandy circa 1028 & won a big battle on English soil 38 years later
    $400 27
The Steelers play on this field named for a hometown company
    $400 17
Leo Gerstenzang was inspired to invent this after seeing his wife use a toothpick with cotton to clean their baby's ears
    $400 1
From the Latin for "leader", it's the leader of a school
    $400 13
John bought 60 bottles of beer, gave away a third of them, then bought 8 more, giving him this many total
    $400 6
Offering 360-degree views, the 50-story Reunion Tower is south of Dealey Plaza in this city
    $800 21
Dunfermline, Scotland was his birthplace in 1600; a chopping block was his final destination in 1649
    $800 28
These 2 NFL teams play home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
    $800 18
In 1932 3M employee John Borden invented the first dispenser with a cutting edge for this adhesive product
    $800 15
A sports term for an incompetent or easily defeated athlete, it usually refers to a prizefighter
    $800 22
Jogging at 6 miles an hour, it takes Steve this long to travel 1.5 miles
    $800 7
On Nov. 4, 1946 she was born Laura Lane Welch in Midland; you may know her better by this name
    DD: $1,000 24
Born in Hanover, Germany in 1660, he was 54 when he took the English throne in 1714
    $1200 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the stands.) Raymond James Stadium is the home of this team that started out with a winless season in 1976, but won the Super Bowl held in 2003
    $1200 19
In the 1960s, this firm introduced the first word processor, the MT/ST, based on its Selectric typewriter
    $1200 20
This type of tax-exempt bond is issued by a city to finance public projects
    $1200 23
Matt served the calendar years 2009 through 2013 in prison, so he marked off this many first days of the month
    $1200 14
The Cherokees called this man, Texas' governor in 1859, "Big Drunk"
    $1600 2
Uncork a bottle of claret for King Richard II, born in this French wine region in 1367
    $1600 9
The gymnastics events for the 1996 Olympics were held in this stadium, also home to the Atlanta Falcons
    $1600 3
William Painter invented a leak-proof bottle cap in 1891 lined with a disc of this; today, plastic is typically used
    DD: $3,000 12
This U.S. church is in communion with the See of Canterbury
    $1600 4
After spending $200 at the store, Eric has 20% of his money left, meaning he started with this total
    $1600 25
Dude, you're gettin' an XPS laptop from this Texas-based company
    $2000 10
Born in Rouen in 1442, the fourth king of this name was a prominent figure in the Wars of the Roses
    $2000 30
Naturally, the Lions play at this Detroit field
    $2000 8
Dean Kamen, creator of this human transporter, was named America's best inventor by Reader's Digest
    $2000 11
A potter uses this wooden shovel-like tool to mix & shape clay
    $2000 26
The office measures 10 feet by 18 feet; to carpet the whole thing will cost this much at $10 a square yard
    $2000 5
This Wichita Falls author took us to the "Streets of Laredo" 8 years after creating Texas Ranger Woodrow Call

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Carolyn Maura
$20,800 $2,800 $7,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COMEDIC ACTRESSES
She's won Emmys for 3 different TV shows & in 2013 she broke Lucille Ball's record for most nominations by a comedic actress

Final scores:

Arthur Carolyn Maura
$18,800 $0 $8,799
3-day champion: $82,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Carolyn Maura
$20,600 $2,800 $7,200
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
4 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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