Show #6830 - Friday, May 2, 2014

Julia Collins game 10.

Contestants

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Elissa Burr, a children's book author originally from Annandale, New Jersey

LaWanda London, a library assistant from Round Rock, Texas

Julia Collins, a supply chain professional from Kenilworth, Illinois (whose 9-day cash winnings total $198,710)

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Jeopardy! Round

EYE ON HEALTH
LIKE, TOTALLY
WHICH NYC BOROUGH?
COHEN-CIDENTALLY
WRIT IN WATER
SPIDER-MAN
    $200 23
Another reason to keep your blood sugar down: cataracts & other eye problems can be complications of this disorder
    $200 1
An amply proportioned woman is said to be this "‑figured"
    $200 12
Was purchased from Native Americans for about $24
    $200 2
Alexandra is the given first name of this figure skater who was a U.S. national champion in 2006
    $200 16
You Otto know this German ship was sunk 600 miles off the French coast in 1941
    $200 7
This Spider-Man co-creator has made cameo appearances in all the films, including this one in "The Amazing Spider-Man"
    $400 24
This numeric value is used for normal visual acuity; the 1st number comes from how many ft. away the eye chart was clearly read
    $400 19
Proverbially, it's how many of the roads "lead to Rome"
    $400 13
Is home to the New York Yankees
    $400 3
This master of unscripted comedy retired his Ali G character because he felt it has become too familiar
    $400 17
The Battle of the Coral Sea saw the sinking of this carrier that shares a name with Massachusetts & Kentucky cities
    $400 8
Peter Parker's girlfriend Gwen is played in the "Amazing Spider-Man" movies by this young actress
    DD: $1,600 25
To improve eye health, try fish like wild salmon that are high in these fatty acids
    $600 20
Some? No! Most? No! In a song from "Gypsy", it's what's "coming up roses"
    $600 14
Is the most populous, with more than 2.5 million people
    $600 4
Producer Herman Cohen filled '50s drive-ins with movies like "I Was a Teenage" this monster
    $600 18
A wind called a gregale that plagues this sea caused waves that drowned 600 in Valletta in 1555
    $600 9
The very first Spider-Man comic book story featured the line "With great power there must also come" this
    $800 21
Late-running NFL games on CBS often assure viewers that "'60 Minutes' will be seen in its" this 8-letter word
    $800 15
Is where LaGuardia & JFK International are located
    $800 5
Heard here, he'll be turning 80 in 2014

"Suzanne takes you down to her place near the river /
You can hear the boats go by..."
    $800 10
In "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" Dane DeHaan takes over James Franco's old role of this conflicted heir of Oscorp
    $1000 26
A National Eye Institute study showed that antioxidants & zinc can reduce the risk of AMD, age-related this
    $1000 22
A note equivalent in duration to 4 quarter notes
    $1000 27
Until 1975 was known as Richmond Borough
    $1000 6
This senator from Maine ran the Defense Department as the only Republican in Bill Clinton's Cabinet
    $1000 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) On September 2, 31 B.C., this man's fleet was fighting the Battle of Actium against Octavian's fleet; an opening in the lines allowed his girlfriend to slip away with her ships; he followed her, & all was lost
    $1000 11
All 3 Tobey Maguire Spider-Man films featured Willem Dafoe, who played this colorful villain

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

Julia LaWanda Elissa
$2,200 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia LaWanda Elissa
$8,200 $200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

DEAR DIARY
THE 4 Rs
ENGLISH LITERATURE
ARETHA FRANKLIN
QUEEN OF
SEOUL
(Alex: Notice the spelling--it's deliberate.)
    $400 1
When she received her diary in 1942, she named it "Kitty"
    $400 19
Check out the site of John Brown's fort at this national historic park
    $400 6
This 1897 novel was influenced by "Carmilla", an 1872 novella about a female vampire
    $400 16
Aretha added the "Sock it to me" line to this No. 1 song
    $400 11
Both comedienne Lisa Lampanelli & hotelieuse Leona Helmsley have been rhymingly called "Queen of" this
    $400 26
Diver Greg Louganis was twice golden in this year when Seoul hosted the Summer Olympics
    $800 2
This president wrote 51 volumes including his time at Harvard, as a congressional delegate in 1774 & as a diplomat
    $800 20
Australia's "Great" one extends about 1,400 miles
    $800 7
Thomas De Quincey's 1821 "Confessions of an English" eater or user of this drug is a classic of addiction lit
    $800 17
The Queen of Soul, Aretha was the first woman inducted into this Cleveland institution, in 1987
    $800 12
Depicting a woman sitting on a throne by a shore, the Queen of Cups can be found in a set of these
    $800 27
Officially called Kyongsong when Korea was ruled by this nation, the city became Seoul for good in 1945
    $1200 3
He made the BBC documentary "Around the World in 80 Days" & published his diaries "The Python Years"
    $1200 21
A set of fixed instructions for a routine action is S.O.P., short for this
    DD: $1,000 8
In Maugham's "The Moon and Sixpence", Charles leaves his wife & eventually goes to this Pacific island to paint
    $1200 18
Clarence Clemons added his wailing sax to this tune about riding around in a pink Cadillac convertible
    $1200 13
It was a while ago, so we'll give Longfellow a pass when he called this Ohio city "Queen of the West"
    $1200 28
Though it makes the Tucson & the Santa Fe, this car company isn't headquartered in either city but in Seoul
    $1600 4
This inventor-designer-architect called his diary "The Dymaxion Chronofile"
    DD: $3,000 22
The SETI Institute searches for this type of intelligence
    $1600 9
This British author's 1922 novel "Jacob's Room" is said to be a fictional biography of her brother Thoby
    $1600 24
Keith Richards joined Aretha for her cover of this Stones song, the title track of a Whoopi Goldberg movie
    $1600 14
Irna Phillips & Agnes Nixon were each known as the Queen of this TV genre
    $1600 29
Trendy districts of Seoul include Dongdaemun & this "style"-ish one of song
    $2000 5
This Nazi propagandist wrote that Eleanor Roosevelt wouldn't shoot her mouth off if she were his wife
    $2000 23
In this 2-word cause of a stroke, vessels in the brain leak blood into the brain itself
    $2000 10
This D.H. Lawrence novel continued the stories of sisters Ursula & Gudrun Brangwen, who 1st appeared in "The Rainbow"
    $2000 25
On this hit Aretha sings, "For 5 long years I thought you were my man, but I found out I'm just a link in your chain"
    $2000 15
AKA Akasha, the Queen of the Damned was a title character from this author
    $2000 30
Seoul is served by this port where MacArthur & U.N. troops made a daring amphibious landing

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia LaWanda Elissa
$18,600 $7,600 $5,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS HISTORY
In 1945 this product added a plaid design to its "snail" dispenser

Final scores:

Julia LaWanda Elissa
$21,900 $10,600 $10,200
10-day champion: $220,610 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia LaWanda Elissa
$17,600 $7,800 $3,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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