Show #6782 - Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Arthur Chu game 6.

Contestants

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Myfanwy Davies, a retired china shop manager and volunteer from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Padraic Connelly, an actor from Chicago, Illinois

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 5-day cash winnings total $123,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
WOLF POTPOURRI
U.N. COUNTRY ABBREVIATIONS
LADIES WHO LUNGE
OUT IN THE BACKYARD
HISTORIC CARS
(Jimmy: From the Petersen Automotive Museum--vehicles that have quite a story to tell.)
    $200 27
Meaty chicken leg
    $200 28
In mythology, a she-wolf suckled these 2 brothers, the founders of Rome
    $200 4
TUR
    $200 30
Here she is, lunging down the course in 2010, on the way to becoming the first American woman to win gold in an Olympic downhill
    $200 29
This type of fence named for its thin posts is a symbol of suburbia
    $200 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us car at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.) On a fateful day in 1968, this presidential candidate took this Rolls Royce Solver Cloud to address campaigners at Los Angeles's Ambassador Hotel after his primary win.
    $400 23
Whale spear on a rope
    $400 25
Irish-American Denis Leary loves these huge Irish dogs, though one "scarfed down the headlights on an ATV"
    $400 8
THA
    $400 26
Goalie Briana Scurry lunged to her left to make a diving save when the U.S. women's team won this title in Pasadena in 1999
    $400 24
This glass-enclosed building for growing plants gives a nice effect
    $400 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us a car at Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.) This specially made armored limousine was made for Franklin Delano Roosevelt & used as he hammered out issues at this Crimean conference in 1945
    $600 19
When Yosemite Sam is swindled or hoodwinked by a no-good varmint, he's been this
    $600 21
This "junior" actor played the title role in 1941's "The Wolf Man"
    $600 13
TJK
    $600 17
Seen here with both diving for the ball, this golden pair were pretty much unbeatable
    $600 20
It has 6 letters, a roof & no walls, or maybe latticed ones
    $600 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us a car's engine at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.) Featuring a single cylinder engine dubbed "Little Hercules", the first ever one of these cars, named for the founder of the city of Detroit, rolled onto streets in 1902
    $800 2
To make this Scandinavian dish, start by soaking cod in lye
    $800 11
The Russian title of this Prokofiev composition is "Petya i Volk"
    $800 3
TGO
    $800 14
This track star of the 1980s lunged for the finish line in flashy one-legged running outfits of her own design
    $800 1
Kids love to get on these; Fragonard painted a slightly older girl on one
    DD: $6,000 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us another car at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.) Inspired by the '56 Packard, the 1962 Chaika was a favorite of Nikita Khrushchev, who owned one himself & gave one as a present to this first cosmonaut
    $1000 10
The national monument named for this cactus is seen here
    $1000 5
Like their mammal counterparts, wolf species of this arthropod often live in burrows & hunt prey
    $1000 12
TKM
    $1000 6
Mariel Zagunis won Olympic gold in 2004 & 2008 using this fencing sword that goes back to a curved military weapon
    $1000 9
A small outbuilding for storing fuel; as a verb it means to practice music
    $1000 7
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows us a smooth car at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Las Angeles.) Containing no sharp edges, the aesthetic & technical achievements of the 1947 Cisitalia 202 GT were enough for this progressive New York City museum to consider it a work of art & put it on display

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

Arthur Padraic Myfanwy
$5,600 -$800 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Padraic Myfanwy
$15,000 $200 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

2013 BESTSELLERS
OBSERVATORIES
MOVIE MUSICALS BY SONGS
NET ADVERTISING
LIFE OF RILEY
BACK IN THE 6-"T"s
(Alex: Each correct response will contain 6 letters and begin with a "T".)
    $400 4
The "Fifty Shades" movement goes on with Maya Banks' "Burn", in which the dominant is named Ash & Josie is this counterpart
    $400 27
A staircase casts the shadow of the world's largest sundial at this country's Jaipur Observatory
    $400 1
1977:
"More Than A Woman" &
"You Should Be Dancing"
    $400 30
In computer marketing, "above the fold" refers to the part of a web page seen without doing this
    $400 28
In 1988 Lakers coach Pat Riley trademarked this term denoting a trio of consecutive title wins
    $400 8
A stool; a nursery rhyme miss sat on one
    $800 5
Full of greed, ego & backstabbing, this is the town covered in Mark Leibovich's "This Town"
    $800 25
The twin telescopes at the Keck Observatory on this dormant Hawaiian volcano are each 8 stories tall
    $800 2
2007:
"Good Morning Baltimore" &
"Welcome To The '60s"
    $800 26
Typically, full banner ads measure 468 of these wide, 60 tall
    $800 29
Fort Riley is named for General Bennett Riley, who led the first military escort along this trail to New Mexico
    $800 9
Surface seen here
    $1200 21
Take a large swallow, as you may do with some of Mary Roach's digestive tract descriptions in her book of this title
    $1200 22
The University of Chicago's Yerkes Observatory has the world's largest telescope of this type with a convex lens, not a mirror
    $1200 3
1984 & 2011:
"Almost Paradise" &
"Let's Hear It For The Boy"
    $1200 17
Forcing users to do a certain Facebook action before getting more product info is called this "-gating"
    $1200 23
The thrill isn't gone for this blues great born with the first name Riley in Itta Bena, Mississippi in 1925
    $1200 24
Fishing gear
    $1600 18
Her book "My Story" suggests that her Mormon faith helped her through her 9-month kidnap ordeal
    $1600 14
Kitt Peak National Observatory, on land of the Tohono O'odham tribe in this state, operates 22 optical telescopes
    $1600 6
1956:
"I Whistle A Happy Tune" &
"Shall We Dance?"
    $1600 16
One online ad payment model is PPS, pay per sale; PPC stands for "pay per" this, meaning only a view is needed
    $1600 19
In 1878 pioneering bug scholar Charles Riley was appointed chief entomologist of this Cabinet department
    $1600 20
From the Greek for "wound", it's a shock to the body
    DD: $5,000 13
The nonfiction book about these title men tells how art historians & museum curators saved art from Nazi looting
    DD: $5,000 10
Since 1999 a green laser has been beamed into the sky from this observatory to mark the prime meridian
    $2000 7
1944:
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" &
"The Boy Next Door"
    $2000 12
There's nobody like you--you're this type of "visitor" counted only once even if you visit a website 10 times
    $2000 11
This "Poet of the Common People" wrote "When the Frost is on the Punkin"
    $2000 15
As a noun, it's the reeds or palm fronds that cover a roof; as a verb, it's the act of covering the roof

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Padraic Myfanwy
$29,400 $3,400 $9,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS
"The Everything Store" is a book about this company that in 2012 was home to 1% of all North American Internet traffic

Final scores:

Arthur Padraic Myfanwy
$34,400 $4,519 $18,800
6-day champion: $158,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Padraic Myfanwy
$26,200 $3,400 $9,800
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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