Show #6851 - Monday, June 2, 2014

Julia Collins game 21.

Contestants

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Brian Loughnane, an investment operations manager from Scituate, Massachusetts

Debra Walsh, a retired accounting instructor from Morehead City, North Carolina

Julia Collins, a supply chain professional from Kenilworth, Illinois (whose 20-day cash winnings total $428,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

EASY BEING GREEN
WE MAKE THAT!
HAVE A COUNTY SEAT
HISTORIC PEOPLE IN ART
"BABY" ON BOARD
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
(Alex: And now, to mark the 75th anniversary of Little League, we have a whole category devoted to that subject.)
    $200 8
The green of this rich gemstone, harder than quartz, comes from small amounts of chromium in the crystals
    $200 7
Its Clic Stic ballpoint pen has the write stuff
    $200 18
Take a load off in White Plains, the county seat of Westchester in this state
    $200 1
In a 16th-century work, the ruler of this empire is receiving tributes
    $200 3
This style of dress was introduced in the late 1950s as empire-waisted styles came back into vogue
    $200 13
Little League is now in 80+ countries; in 2013, Perth Metro became the first team from this one to reach the World Series
    $400 19
Washtenaw's county seat is Ann Arbor in this state; go Blue!
    $400 2
In the 1520s, this ex-priest was painted by his close friend, Lucas Cranach the Elder
    $400 4
A small nocturnal primate of the genus Galago with dense fur & large round eyes
    $400 14
In 1953 Joey Jay became the first Little Leaguer in the majors; in 1989 Carl Yastrzemski became the first inducted here
    $600 20
Check out some bridges of Madison County near its county seat of Winterset in this state
    $600 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) The so-called Pelican Portrait was named for the bird on the brooch, a symbol of motherhood, as it was believed it fed its young with its own blood, just as this woman sacrificed for her country
    $600 5
Lester Gillis was the real name of this 1930s gangster
    $600 15
In adult baseball, this is 90'; in Little League, it's 60'
    $800 26
Not many folks can sucker-punch Thor, but this character does, in "The Avengers" movie
    $800 25
Happy landings in a G650 from this company, yours for $65 million--note the "G"
    $800 21
Muskogee is both a county & county seat in this state
    $800 11
As well as painting
entertainers, Andy Warhol portrayed leaders, like this man
    $800 6
Gypsophila elegans rosea is a pink variety of this bouquet flower
    $800 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a monitor.) Carl Stotz was inspired to found Little League in 1939 after he stumbled into a bush
while playing backyard baseball with his nephews in this town that, despite its name, is more than 100 miles inland
    $1000 24
Known for its painted green bottles, this beer has been "doing our thing since 1939"
    $1000 23
See "the bold look" of Numi, this brand's "most advanced toilet"
    $1000 22
No one takes a back county seat to Jackson in this state's Teton County
    DD: $1,800 12
A book of psalms
from the 13th century
shows the 12th-century murder of this man
    $1000 10
A fetus in position to be born butt-first, as in about 1 in 25 full-term births
    $1000 17
"A--pint--sized--Hercules--wielding--a--mighty--club" was perhaps heard in his broadcast debut, for a 1953 Little League game

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Julia Debra Brian
$3,600 -$200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Debra Brian
$9,400 $2,000 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

EASY BEING GREEN
MEMOIRS
INDIA
WORD ORIGINS
DIDN'T MAKE THE BILLBOARD TOP 40
YOU'RE A 3-LETTER ANIMAL
    $400 5
The kinetic energy of this 4-letter natual phenomenon is estimated at 11 quadrillion kilowatt-hours per year
    $400 21
From 1845, the "Narrative of the Life of" this man is a firsthand account of the life of an American slave
    $400 1
Construction on this city designed by 2 British architects began in 1912 but was delayed during World War I
    $400 16
From the Latin for "increase", it's a public sale where the price gradually increases until an item sells
    $400 8
Relased in '67 & only reaching No. 67, his "Foxy Lady"
    $400 12
Available in more than 1,100 species, it's the only mammal to have evolved true flight
    $800 6
"This Old House" says your dryer is an energy-guzzler, so this low-tech idea--$69 to build, with posts--is a nice "solar dryer"
    $800 22
"De Profundis" tells the story of his affair with Alfred Douglas & its aftermath
    $800 2
Not to put down the honey buzzard & hog deer, but the big attraction at Kaziranga Natl. Park is the Indian one-horned this
    $800 17
This word once used for the effigy of a man who tried to blow up Parliament is now a man, a dude, a fellow
    $800 9
At No. 83, his "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out"
    $800 13
Want to bet this animal can provide rich milk? You're on!
    $1200 7
When fully charged, the Volt from this car maker can go about 38 miles on electricity alone
    $1200 24
In "Waging Heavy Peace", this Canadian-born musician talks about writing the song "Ohio"
    $1200 3
In 1615 Sir Thomas Roe reached the court of Mughal Emperor Jahangir & was granted trading rights for this firm
    $1200 18
This anglicized French word once meant "hearthside" but now refers to a lobby or entrance hall
    $1200 10
At No. 55, their "Let's Spend The Night Together"
    $1200 14
What's this African antelope with curved horns, thin legs & a horselike tail? Not much... What's this with you?
    $1600 27
You can "donate & protect an acre" of tropical area at thisfoundationuk.org, a group co-founded by Sting in 1989
    $1600 25
"The Man Died" by Wole Soyinka was inspired by his years in prison in this West African country
    $1600 4
In 2004 economist Manmohan Singh became the first of this religion to become India's Prime Minister
    DD: $3,200 19
The Greek for "sand tray" gives us the name of this counting device
    $1600 11
At No. 84, "Runnin' With The Devil" by these rockers
    $1600 29
This flightless Australian bird can be more than 5 feet tall
    DD: $2,000 28
This city's 1997 protocol limits emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide & other greenhouse gases
    $2000 26
This 18th century Frenchman's "Confessions" set the template for modern autobiographies
    $2000 23
In 1961 Indian forces invaded the territory of Goa & took it from this European power
    $2000 20
It once referred to a "crazy" Viking who fought with the fury of a wild beast
    $2000 15
At No. 76, this New Wave band with "I Melt With You"
    $2000 30
Also known as an alcid, this sea bird looks & behaves like a penguin but can fly

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Debra Brian
$11,000 $5,200 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-WINNING WRITERS
Winning for 1999, this New England writer is the last person to win an Oscar for adapting his own novel

Final scores:

Julia Debra Brian
$0 $5,200 $22,600
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Debra Brian
$13,400 $5,200 $12,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,200

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