Show #6791 - Monday, March 10, 2014

Arthur Chu game 10.

Contestants

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Sean Sullivan, a database coordinator from Chicago, Illinois

Michelle Sheffer, a writer and editor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 9-day cash winnings total $261,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

ALFRED HITCHCOCK SAID
HETERONYMS
(Alex: These are words that are spelled the same, but they have different meanings and different pronunciations.)
POTENT POTABLES
EARLIEST TO STATEHOOD
LITERARY TITLE PAIRS
AMERICAN DECORATIVE ARTS
    $200 25
"Television has brought" this crime "back into the home, where it belongs"
    $200 24
The breeze, or to tighten the spring of a clock
    $200 30
Guyana's Demerara Distillers is known for its El Dorado brand of this potent potable
    $200 19
West Virginia,
North Carolina,
South Dakota
    $200 29
In Shakespeare, a Trojan guy & an unfaithful gal
    $200 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.) Here in the Delaware countryside, a member of this prominent industrial family spent decades collecting often-overlooked early American art before turning his 175-room mansion into a museum
    $400 18
Women with this color hair "make the best victims. They're like virgin snow that shows up the footprints"
    $400 23
One who stitches clothing, or a channel for yucky water
    $400 28
A gin & tonic cocktail, for example, or the tall, straight-sided glass in which it's served
    $400 22
Louisiana,
Ohio,
Vermont
    $400 26
Lewis Carroll poem about a pinniped & a woodworker
    $400 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.) In 1929, Winterthur's owner showed he meant business when he paid a then-record $44,000 for a classic high chest of Philadelphia rococo, outbidding this controversial publisher
    $600 14
"The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of" this part of the human anatomy
    $600 15
A month, or an adjective meaning "eminent"
    $600 17
To prepare a brave bull, pour tequila in a glass & top with this coffee-flavored liqueur from Veracruz, Mexico
    $600 20
Montana,
Missouri,
Minnesota
    $600 16
Turgenev novel with Nikolai Kirsanov & his kid
    $600 6
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.) What was once the family's dining room has an early American theme with square-backed chairs from around 1800 in the federal style & tankards by this Boston patriot & silversmith
    $800 11
Hitchcock never said these people "are cattle"; what he said was these people "should be treated like cattle"
    $800 3
A flaw, or to go over to the opposing side
    $800 12
Creme D'ananas is a liqueur flavored mainly with this fruit, not bananas
    $800 8
Oklahoma,
Utah,
Arizona
    $800 1
A Herman Wouk sequel, later a miniseries
    $800 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.) Contrasting with more elaborate rooms is one named for this religious group that believed crafting is an act of prayer & that items should be simply functional
    $1000 4
Audience members might not agree with Hitch's assessment of this film of his as "a big comedy"
    $1000 7
A new staging of a scene, or an enjoyable activity that refreshes
    $1000 5
Black Bush is a special blend of this Irish whiskey--makes sense
    $1000 2
Nevada,
Nebraska,
Wyoming
    DD: $3,200 9
1929 William Faulkner title pair
    $1000 10
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.) Distressed by the discount-store furnishings, this woman reached out to the man who built up Winterthur to redecorate, especially the Green Room; she later wrote to him, "Everything lovely in the White House now is all your contribution"

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

Arthur Michelle Sean
$3,200 -$1,000 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Michelle Sean
$6,000 -$200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

VIRGINIA IS FOR FIGHTERS
BALLET SETTINGS
TV BEFORE & AFTER
DIALECTS
ISLAND PRISONS
"DA" END
(Alex: Each correct response will end with those two letters of the alphabet.)
    $400 24
Civil War general Winfield Scott called this Virginian "the greatest military genius in America"
    $400 20
Bob Eubanks is beheaded after asking recently married Edmure Tully & Roslin Frey about whoopee preferences
    $400 27
Dante's "Divine Comedy" was written in Florentine, a dialect of this language
    $400 29
In the 1840s convicts sent to Australia's Cockatoo Island in this city's harbor had to build their own prison
    $400 1
This word can precede onion, triangle or shorts
    $800 19
In 1794 this man who got top billing in a later exploration joined the Virginia militia to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion
    $800 28
The corral of Burnt Ranch &
the ranch house
    $800 16
Tom Selleck gets the Ferrari out of the garage & heads to Rome for a miniseries about an emperor
    $800 23
Yooper is an English dialect spoken primarily in this state's Upper Peninsula
    $800 25
Inmates who died while incarcerated at this prison were turned over to the San Francisco County Coroner
    $800 2
This 11th letter of the Greek alphabet follows kappa
    $1200 18
On May 28, 1754 men under the command of this notable Virginian fired the first shots of the French & Indian War
    $1200 26
A ball at the palace,
after the ball &
an enchanted garden
    $1200 15
It's the Pritchetts vs. the Dunphys for some cold hard cash, & Richard Dawson's kissing all the ladies
    $1200 22
Braj Bhasha was the literary dialect of this language of India until the 19th century
    $1200 21
Henri Charriere, aka Papillon, wrote a popular account of escaping this island prison on a coconut raft
    $1200 4
In Spanish-speaking countries, it's a large estate or plantation
    $1600 14
Born on a Virginia plantation in 1800, he led an 1831 slave revolt that killed 60 before he was captured & hanged
    $1600 17
The garden of Prince Siegfried's castle &
a lakeside
    $1600 7
The fisher family & their burial biz find themselves trapped beneath Stephen King's oppressive bubble
    $1600 3
The first language of over 60% of the people in Switzerland is one dialect or another of this
    DD: $3,000 8
New York City's main correctional facility, it lies in the East River & consists of 10 separate jails
    $1600 13
Any large group of moving things, or a fleet of warships
    $2000 10
Virginia-born Marine general Chesty Puller earned 5 of these medals with the name of another service
    DD: $4,000 5
Street scene,
an American desert &
the jail
    $2000 6
An Indian-American doctor enters a fashion design reality competition
    $2000 11
A main dialect of Japanese is Kansai-ben, spoken in Osaka & Kyoto in the western part of this island
    $2000 12
A setting in "The Count of Monte Cristo", this island fortress in the Bay of Marseilles once housed thousands of Huguenots
    $2000 9
This 4-letter word is the concluding passage of a musical piece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Michelle Sean
$18,200 $200 $7,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN COMPOSERS
A protege of Oscar Hammerstein, he's won Grammys, an Oscar, a Pulitzer Prize & the most Tony Awards by a composer

Final scores:

Arthur Michelle Sean
$16,200 $0 $15,199
10-day champion: $277,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Michelle Sean
$24,000 $200 $7,800
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
3 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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