Show #6814 - Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sandie Baker game 2.

Contestants

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Jessica Guard, an entertainment litigation attorney from New York, New York

Bruce Leaman, a justice of the peace from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Sandie Baker, a translation coordinator from Eastpointe, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS
TV ADJECTIVES
SPOT THE MATH TERM
AN ECO-CATEGORY
THE 5 FAMILIES
"D.C." POWER
    $200 26
The instrument heard here is the penny type of this
    $200 1
It started with a sex scandal:
"The ____ Wife"
    $200 8
Medallion,
Medellin,
median
    $200 21
The 100,000-acre Roscoe farm spreading over 4 Texas counties produces electricity from this source
    $200 6
Beginning with Henry VII, this family ruled England from 1485 to 1603
    $200 13
A milk-giving bovine
    $400 27
In the 15th century it was played in England under the name shovel-penny; we know it as a deck game on a cruise ship
    $400 2
It's a weather forecast & a TV show:
"It's Always ____ in Philadelphia"
    $400 9
Permutation,
pernegation,
perpetration
    $400 22
Toss your food scraps & other organic material into a bin to make this, which you can then use as fertilizer
    $400 7
Every year from 1947 to 2011, a member of this family served in Congress; in 2013 the family began a new streak
    $400 14
We love Dirk Taubert, M.D. & the other researchers who've reported in medical journals on the benefits of this sweet
    $600 28
Pennyroyal is an aromatic plant of this sweet herb family; its leaves can be dried to make tea
    $600 3
Late-night talk:
"Jimmy Kimmel ____"
    $600 18
Axle,
clutch,
differential
    $600 23
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.) The Academy calls itself the world's greenest museum; the 197,000 square-foot living roof is a sustainable tapestry of native California plants, including these state flowers
    $600 10
The Newhouse publishing family started with the Bayonne Times & now owns this "Glamour" -ous magazine concern
    $600 15
If you were one of these stupid chicken sounds, you wouldn't be here
    $800 29
Named for the 2 British coins it resembled, this early bicycle had a large front wheel & a small rear wheel
    $800 4
Set in an apocalyptic world:
"The ____ Dead"
    $800 19
Recidivist,
reciprocal,
recision
    $800 24
If your garden soil lacks magnesium, a green way to add it is to use magnesium sulfate, aka this salt named for a British town
    $800 11
Holy Roman Empire! This ruling family sat in the emperor's chair almost uninterrupted from 1438 to 1806
    $800 16
Italian for "from the head", it means to repeat a piece of music from the beginning
    $1000 30
A profile of Queen Victoria is on the world's first-ever adhesive postage stamp, known as this
    $1000 5
Multiracial '80s comedy:
"____ Strokes"
    $1000 20
Triptote,
asymptote,
diptote
    $1000 25
More efficient than filament bulbs, this light source gets its name from its twin terminal structure
    DD: $1,000 12
Original surname of the first & third prime ministers of India
    $1000 17
Once upon a time, theatergoers in this arcing row of seats were expected to wear formal clothes

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

Sandie Bruce Jessica
$1,600 $1,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandie Bruce Jessica
$3,600 $2,600 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
IN THE DICTIONARY
INTERNATIONAL AUTHORS
CAR"EER" OPPORTUNITIES
CENTRAL AMERICA
ROCK & ROLE
    $400 22
She clerked for Thurgood Marshall
    $400 1
In the mid-20th century, this noisy word got the new meaning of a street fight between gangs
    $400 6
In 1905 this Dubliner & his future wife Nora moved to Trieste, where he taught English
    $400 16
It's the job of the fictional Athos
    $400 21
United Fruit, now this banana company, once owned half the private land in Honduras
    $400 11
Captain Teague, Jack Sparrow's dad, in 2 "Pirates of the Caribbean" films
    $800 23
(Sandra Day O'Connor delivers the clue.) One of the Court's traditions is that each new justice is allowed to briefly sit in the chair of this longest-serving & perhaps most influential Chief Justice
    $800 2
An abactor is defined as one who steals cattle; in the Old West he was called this
    $800 7
Born in Lebanon, Khalil Gibran titled books in English "The Madman", "The Forerunner" & this foreteller
    $800 17
As suggested by his work seen here, photographer Jimmy Chin is also a noted one of these
    $800 25
Rain forest is a big feature of this country's Darien National Park, the largest nature reserve in Central America
    $800 12
Cinna in the "Hunger Games" movies
    $1200 24
This man, who helped found the ACLU in 1920, must have said, "Hot dog!" after taking the bench 19 years later
    $1200 3
Campanology is the art of casting & ringing these
    $1200 8
In 1865 this French author wrote about a space flight launched from Florida that later splashes down in the Pacific
    $1200 18
Profession of Brooklyn Bridge designer John Roebling
    $1200 26
Volcan Tajumulco, Central America's highest peak at 13,845 feet, lies in this country near the Mexican border
    $1200 13
Christopher Tracy in 1986's "Under the Cherry Moon"
    DD: $100 29
(Sandra Day O'Connor delivers the clue.) In an old tradition, before entering the courtroom every justice shakes hands with every other justice; I learned to be careful with the crushing grip of this onetime Heisman Trophy runner-up
    $1600 4
As a verb, it means to cover a hatch; as a noun, it's the timber used to hold the cover in place
    $1600 9
This Romanian-born French playwright also wrote for children, the series "Stories 1, 2, 3, 4" that he himself called "silly"
    $1600 19
On pre-Civil War plantations, his job was to make sure the slaves were doing all the work they could
    $1600 27
The San Juan river flows out of this "national" lake & provides part of the border with Costa Rica
    $1600 14
The title guy in 1976's "The Man Who Fell to Earth"
    $2000 30
In 1948, a Massachusetts university was named for this man, who wrote the essay "Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It"
    $2000 5
This adjective meaning "relating to population statistics" became a noun that can follow "'target"
    DD: $3,000 10
Born Helen Lyndon Goff in Australia, she wrote 1934's "Mary Poppins" & several sequels
    $2000 20
In ancient Rome, Crescens raced to glory as one of these; his favorite horse was named Delicatus
    $2000 28
The name of this planned city comes from the word "Belize" & the name of a Mayan tribe
    $2000 15
The Acid Queen in 1975's "Tommy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandie Bruce Jessica
$14,000 $8,100 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN LEADERS
In 1964 he was convicted of sabotage & conspiracy & served over 20 years in prison

Final scores:

Sandie Bruce Jessica
$22,500 $16,100 $16,201
2-day champion: $44,900 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sandie Bruce Jessica
$15,000 $12,600 $11,200
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $38,800

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