Show #6792 - Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Arthur Chu game 11.

Contestants

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Tony Knechtges, an engineering manager from Grafton, Ohio

Kirsten Albair, a jeweler from Caribou, Maine

Arthur Chu, a compliance analyst and voiceover artist from Broadview Heights, Ohio (whose 10-day cash winnings total $277,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT GREAT BIG TEETH YOU HAVE!
TRAVEL & TOURISM
BESTSELLING NONFICTION
"R"ANDOM HOUSE DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS
(Alex: Each correct response beginning with the letter "R".)
SNACK FACT
reddit AMA RESPONSES
(Ask Me Anything.)
    $200 4
Check out the choppers on this royal dinosaur; some could be 6 inches long
    $200 11
Jen Lancaster channeled this domestic queen for her humorous 2013 memoir "The Tao of Martha"
    $200 7
"A Jewish scholar qualified to rule on questions of Jewish law"
    $200 15
"Take me out to the ball game" requests, "buy me some peanuts &" this
    $400 16
Looking at those teeth I'm glad to report that actual attacks on people by this fish are rare
    $400 24
Neurosurgeon Eben Alexander recounts his near-death experience during a coma in "Proof of" this
    $400 8
"A device... used for cooling circulating water, as in an automobile engine"
    $400 17
Bear with us; Honey Maid makes these grahams in chocolatey chip as well as in chocolate
    $400 27
This rocker: "'School's Out', 'Billion Dollar Babies' were very creative times"
    $600 18
Only about half the tooth sticks out above the gum line in the 2-foot canines of this largest amphibious mammal
    $600 25
Holders of the Schwarzwaldcard get discounts at more than 100 attractions in this German area
    DD: $2,000 26
The first edition of his "Diet Revolution" was a bestseller back in 1972
    $600 13
"A variety of lettuce... having a cylindrical head of long, relatively loose leaves"
    $600 20
Despite what you might have heard, Hostess said this golden snack has a shelf life of 45 days, not 25 years
    $600 23
This guy:
"Forshizzle"
    $800 19
The 8-inch teeth of this animal extinct for 10,000 years were shaped like curved swords
    $800 22
Looking for the Peacock Theatre in this city? It's under the foyer of the Abbey Theatre
    $800 3
In 1995 Richard Preston had a no.1 bestseller with "The Hot Zone", about a scary outbreak of this virus from Africa
    $800 6
"Gossip; hearsay"
    $800 21
In April 2011 Diamond Foods bought this brand of crisps in a can for $2.35 billion
    $800 12
This NFL running back: "I don't really like to be called purple Jesus because there's only one"
    $1000 2
The spiny ray above the snout of this fish, a fisherman itself, is its rod, a baitlike piece of flesh is its lure
    $1000 5
A boat on Lake Powell gives great views of this Utah natural bridge that's over 200 feet in both length & height
    $1000 10
Frank McCourt won a 1997 Pulitzer for this poignant account of his growing up poor in New York & Ireland
    $1000 14
"A wild or semiwild hog... common in the southern U.S."
    $1000 9
Mars Inc. owns this chocolate, caramel & nougat candy bar (though in a scientific way, Mars is but a small part of it)
    $1000 1
This director: "That's when I got the idea to make Mookie's girlfriend Puerto Rican"

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

Arthur Kirsten Tony
$1,200 $2,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Kirsten Tony
$4,000 $4,400 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

GUINNESS RECORDS 2014
ALBUM COVERS
VICE PRESIDENTS
GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY
LAND OF THE "FREE"
HOME OF THE CAVE
    $400 1
Britain's James Brown "cleans up" with his 322-strong collection of these electrical appliances
    $400 25
He served as vice president from January 20 to April 12, 1945
    $400 28
In 2008 "the word" was you could catch the kids of Rydell High at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in this show
    $400 2
A series of lawsuits forced team owners in 1993 to agree to this in the NFL
    $400 26
Lascaux--
this country
    $800 24
Germany's Zollner Elektronik is credited with the "largest walking" one of these automata, a dragon 52' long
    $800 22
In 1814 this VP from Mass. for whom a political term is named died in office having served less than 2 years
    $800 19
This man seen here hit the Great White Way in 1993 as Abe Lincoln in Illinois
    $800 3
A.A. Milne moved to London to make his living as this type of writer, though he did eventually join the staff of Punch magazine
    $800 23
Dan yr Ogof--
this U.K. division
    $1200 15
Crossing the finish line in 14.531 sec., Germany's Julia Plecher set a record for running 100 meters wearing these
    $1200 27
Justin Timberlake:
the singer, clad in a tuxedo, getting his eyes examined
    $1200 16
He had too much whiskey on the day he was inaugurated veep, embarrassing his colleagues; six weeks later he was president
    DD: $5,000 17
Oh yah, in 1988, pre-"Fargo", she was Stellllla! in "A Streetcar Named Desire", dontcha know
    $1200 11
The planets are in this alliterative state in the gravitational field of the sun
    $1200 20
Mammoth (the most mammoth one)--
this state
    $1600 10
At just 3.8 inches tall, Milly, a dog of this breed, is the world's most petite pup
    $1600 21
2010:
a tastefully nude Katy Perry prone on a cloud of pink cotton candy
    $1600 12
After his years as vice president, he served as U.S. ambassador to Japan under Bill Clinton
    $1600 13
Before midnight, the stage ran red as Ethan Hawke opened as this tragic thane in 2013
    $1600 14
Moving independently, like Bob Dylan in the title of a 1963 album
    $1600 18
Marvel--
this Missouri vacation city
    $2000 6
Steve Sansweet, owner of a 300,000-item "Star Wars" collection, got a job at this company now part of Disney
    $2000 7
Pink Floyd:
2 men, one of whom is on fire, shaking hands
    $2000 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us a historical marker in Paducah, KY.) A memorial in Paducah honors this politician from the area, remembered as the oldest man elected vice president; he also helped get the New Deal through Congress
    $2000 5
In 1979 Angela Lansbury wowed 'em as Mrs. Lovett, partner of this "Demon" dude
    $2000 8
This government agency formed in 1865 to aid former slaves also had refugees & abandoned lands in its full name
    DD: $4,000 9
The Big Room--
this New Mexico national park

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Kirsten Tony
$17,000 $5,200 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL TITLES
The title of this 1951 novel comes from the hero's fantasy of rescuing children falling from a cliff

Final scores:

Arthur Kirsten Tony
$20,000 $5,999 $200
11-day champion: $297,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Kirsten Tony
$18,600 $5,200 $2,200
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
1 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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