Show #6783 - Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Arthur Chu game 7.

Contestants

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Stephen Mellis, a security officer from Washington, D.C.

Lindsey Stallings, a lab technician from Carmel, Indiana

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 6-day cash winnings total $158,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

TOY STORY
A BUG'S LIFE
THE INCREDIBLES
UP
BRAVE
PIX-"R"
    $200 25
"Life in the Dreamhouse" is the subtitle of an online show named for this doll
    $200 23
Whether dung, goliath or other, one of every 4 animal species on the planet is one of these insects
    $200 29
If the '80s song "Valley Girl" came out today, it would use these 3 letters in place of its expression of incredibleness
    $200 30
Although their "first" successful flight occured on Dec. 17, 1903, Wilbur had a 112-foot flight 3 days earlier
    $200 28
Our nation's highest military decoration for bravery since 1861, it was originally only awarded to enlisted men
    $200 21
Our favorite part of this 1988 film is Dustin Hoffman saying, "Course I got 'Jeopardy!' at 5 o'clock. I watch 'Jeopardy!'"
    $400 18
There are actually world championships for the trading card game & video game featuring these "pocket monsters"
    $400 22
These insects, like the Anopheles variety, use a tubelike proboscis to inject saliva & draw up blood
    $400 24
I'm giving out these paired double-vowel sounds of amazement
    $400 27
On June 1, 2012 Boeing's largest passenger plane, the 467-seat 747-8i, was launched by this German airline
    $400 26
Mychal Judge, a 68-year-old chaplain to this department, went into the falling towers on 9/11
    $400 20
In this Pixar film, Remy dreams of becoming a French chef despite his family's wishes
    $600 16
The Sawyer photo company invented this device that allows kids to see images in 3-D slide form
    $600 13
When this larvae grows up, it'll become one of these familiar butterflies that you may have seen in your backyard
    $600 14
This expression for "Wow, incredible!" is also what's seen coming out of the Vatican to indicate a new pope has been chosen
    DD: $1,800 19
In their military careers, Princes William & Harry were both primarily trained as pilots of these
    $600 17
This little friend of Winnie-the-Pooh wisely opined that "it is hard to be brave when you're only a very small animal"
    $600 9
"Gonna Fly Now" was the theme to this movie
    $800 12
Players stack & remove wooden blocks in this game whose name is from Swahili for "to build"
    $800 5
This "religious" insect can rotate its head (almost) 180 degrees & is the only animal with only one ear
    $800 1
Golly, gosh & this phrase of wide-eyed wonder, Katharine Hepburn's response to "I love you" in "Alice Adams"
    $800 10
After repairs in Burbank, this company's Electra 10E served as Amelia Earhart's last plane
    $800 2
In April 1942 this entire Mediterranean island nation was awarded the George Cross for bravery
    $800 8
Bruce Willis & Helen Mirren returned in 2013 for this film "2", about older spies who've still got it
    $1000 7
A group of ninjas fight using a style of martial art called Spinjitzu in this line from Lego
    $1000 4
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.) Most spiders are solitary; communal homes like this one show that a few species are this other "S" word, like ants, termites, & some wasps
    $1000 6
This synonym for "incredible" was the title of a 1991 No. 1 hit song from EMF
    $1000 3
Before his untimely death with Will Rogers, this aviator made the first solo airplane flight around the world
    $1000 11
Second only to Achilles in strength & bravery at the siege of Troy, he later recovered Achilles' body
    $1000 15
Jimmy Stewart's defenestration in this Hitchcock movie breaks his other leg

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

Arthur Lindsey Stephen
$5,000 $2,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Lindsey Stephen
$7,000 $3,600 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

POLITICAL CONVENTION KEYNOTERS
LITERARY DOCTORS
NEW ORLEANS
"PHIL"-OSOPHY
POP CULTURE
PEAS ON EARTH
    $400 28
Republicans, 2008:
This former New York City mayor
    $400 24
"I was returning from a journey to a patient", he tells us, "when my way led me through Baker Street"--& the game is afoot!
    $400 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew displays a satellite image on the monitor.) On its way to New Orleans, this hurricane had 115-mile-per-hour winds & was Category 3 on August 27, 2005; the next day, it became a Category 5
    $400 30
It's the hobby of collecting stamps
    $400 27
Texas Tech head football coach Kliff Kingsbury, seen here, looks a lot like this star of "Half Nelson" & "Drive"
    $400 26
Like peanuts, peas are this type of fruit of the family Fabaceae
    $800 25
Democrats, 2004:
This Illinois senatorial candidate
    $800 18
This Russian physician is married to Tonya but falls in love with Lara while working in a military hospital
    $800 22
This song, recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1938 & many times after, is played at every New Orleans NFL home game
    $800 15
Signature sandwich from the city of Brotherly Love
    $800 23
She stripped down to just a pair of Doc Martens in the video for her single "Wrecking Ball"
    $800 17
This "chilly" name of an Asian pea popular for its flat, edible pod is common in stir-fry cooking
    DD: $7,000 20
Republicans, 1944:
This Californian future chief justice
    $1200 13
This Dutch physician is knowledgeable in vampire lore & leads the group that destroys Dracula
    $1200 21
The National World War II Museum has a reproduction of the New Orleans-built landing craft most famously used on this day
    $1200 1
This former talk show host brings his passion for sports to his gig as the host of "Crowd Goes Wild" on Fox Sports
    $1200 4
Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin & Andrew Dice Clay were all in this 2013 Woody Allen movie
    $1200 10
Le Sueur peas go into the cans of this big guy's brand, formerly the Minnesota Valley Canning Company
    $1600 7
Democrats,1992:
This African-American former Texas congresswoman
    $1600 19
Magazine stories about this young doctor spawned several movies & a TV series starring Richard Chamberlain
    $1600 6
Canal Street divides the American Sector from this better-known area to the west aka the Vieux Carre
    $1600 9
To cheat on a spouse
    $1600 5
Here's a mystery... how is it possible Pauley Perrette--forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on this CBS drama--is 44 years old?
    $1600 14
You can boll a pea farmer over by telling him his crops are infested with Bruchus pisorum, the pea this
    $2000 12
Democrats, 1968:
This long-serving senator
from Hawaii
    DD: $8,200 2
Shipwrecked in the South Seas, Edward Prendick stumbles on the island of this doctor who's creating human-animal hybrids
    $2000 11
The airport serving New Orleans is in this nearby city, also the name of the toy company that introduced the Easy-Bake Oven
    $2000 8
That indentation between your upper lip & your nose
    $2000 3
The logo of this brand
of cocktails is seen here
    $2000 16
Popular in the South, the cowpea, or China bean, is also known by this "colorful" name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Lindsey Stephen
$22,600 $10,800 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SINGERS
The only solo artist to have 5 Billboard No. 1 albums before the age of 19

Final scores:

Arthur Lindsey Stephen
$22,000 $4,800 $2,800
7-day champion: $180,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Lindsey Stephen
$23,400 $10,800 $6,600
30 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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