Show #6854 - Thursday, June 5, 2014

Contestants

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Molly Lalonde, a pediatric nurse practitioner student from Nashville, Tennessee

Stacy Layton, a business strategist from Boston, Massachusetts

Sarah Fremgen, a microbiologist from Carrollton, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $52,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGICAL WORDS & PHRASES
YOUNG MR. LINCOLN
MARKETING
SHEEP-POURRI
(Alex: Ooh, that's weird.)
IS THERE A TV DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?
"G"EOGRAPHY
    $200 1
One who comes back strong after adversity is said to rise from these, referring to the fabled phoenix
    $200 13
In 1816 7-year-old Abe Lincoln moved with his family from this birth state to neighboring Indiana
    $200 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows pictures of a pod and a bottle on the monitor.) The vertical grooves of a cacao pod & the need for a bottle that could be differentiated from the competitors' bottles in the dark led to this company's design choice in 1916
    $200 2
In Australia a sheep farm is called one of these, the second "S" in the l.S.S.
    $200 9
The daughter of spies Anna DeVane & Robert Scorpio, Dr. Robin Scorpio-Drake helped folks check into this ABC soap
    $200 20
Holmgren Way & Reggie White Way are streets in this city
    $400 5
From the goddess of flowers we get this term for the plants of a particular country or region
    $400 17
On March 3, 1837 28-year-old Abe made his first public speech in opposition to this
    $400 4
Forget how it plays in Peoria; this Iowa capital is a player in test marketing
    $400 14
Sarah Chalke as Dr. Elliot Reid dealt with J.D., Turk & a bit of insecurity on this NBC... scratch that, ABC comedy
    $400 21
The old section of this city full of Swiss misses lies south of the Rhone river, but we're neutral on the subject
    $600 6
Ponsonby! My old mate from the regiment! By this 4-letter alternate name of Jupiter, it's good to see you
    $600 19
On Sept. 9, 1836 27-year-old Abe got his license to do this
    $600 10
Marketing 751 at the Wharton School is on management of this "force" of revenue generators
    $600 29
This "Perfect Sleeper" mattress company has used numbered sheep in its TV ads
    $600 15
Laurence Fishburne's Dr. Langston left the office of this show in 2011, but it's still open for business on CBS
    $600 24
The name of these islands 600 miles west of Ecuador is a Spanish word for tortoises
    $800 7
The name of this handsome youth loved by Aphrodite is now a synonym for any handsome young man
    DD: $3,200 22
On May 7, 1833 this president appointed 24-year-old Abe the new postmaster of New Salem, Illinois
    $800 11
After a grass-roots campaign, this chain unveiled Dorito Locos Tacos & made a billion dollars in a year
    $800 28
One of the first recordings of a human voice is of Edison reading this rhyme in 1877
    $800 16
OMG! Specifically, OB/GYN! Ms. Kaling practices as Dr. Lahiri on this sitcom
    $800 25
At the eastern end of the Black Sea, this ex-Soviet country lies mostly in Asia but extends into Europe
    $1000 8
The arch of a woman's upper lip is sometimes called Cupid's this
    $1000 23
In the summer of 1832, 23-year-old Abe served in a spy company during this "colorful" Indian war
    $1000 12
Natural Light, this company's first light beer, is sometimes marketed as Natty Light
    $1000 27
Better-known name of World War II's marine air squadron 214
    $1000 18
Plastic surgeons Christian Troy & Sean McNamara helped make Miami even more beautiful on this FX drama
    $1000 26
Upstream from
the Grand Canyon lies the 710-foot-high dam named for this "G" canyon

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

Sarah Stacy Molly
$3,400 $2,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Stacy Molly
$4,400 $1,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PUTTING THE HAM IN HAMLET
(Alex: You players have to identify the speaker of the lines.)
THE "BUL" PULPIT
PSYCHOLOGY
THE STATE OF FILM TODAY
HYMNS
HERRS
(Alex: Or more properly, [Alex pronounces the word in German (sounding like "hairs")] -- German.)
    $400 3
"I am guiltless of your father's death, and am most sensibly in grief for it"
    $400 1
A protuberance; you may have "battled" one
    $400 7
Long-term types of this include episodic, semantic & procedural
    $400 18
Renee Zellweger & Matt McConaughey were in a 1994 sequel to this 1974 Tobe Hooper horror classic
    $400 17
"Ave" her
    $400 16
From 1974 to 1998 Germany was helmed by 2 chancellors with this first name
    $800 4
"No, no, the drink, the drink--O my dear Hamlet--the drink, the drink! I am poisoned!"
    $800 2
Hope you're not too board to give us this word for a short note or memorandum
    $800 8
Dracula had alliumphobia, fear of this plant
    $800 19
Some think Bruce Dern won the lottery with his role in this 2013 film
    $800 20
"Blest be the tie that" does this
    $800 24
Bernd Lucke presides over the "Alternative for Germany" party, known for being "anti" this currency
    DD: $4,800 5
"No, my good lord, but as you did command I did repel his letters, and denied his access to me"
    $1200 9
Swollen, or shaped like an onion
    $1200 13
A 1980s experiment using this, EEG for short, seemed to show the brain starting an action before a conscious decision is made
    $1200 27
2002 movie in which Daniel Day-Lewis says, "somebody steals from me, I cut off his hands"
    $1200 21
"Onward" this group, with music by Sullivan of Gilbert &
    $1200 25
His dad built the Blau-Weiss Tennisklub, which set the stage for his men's singles Wimbledon win at age 17
    $1600 6
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be, for loan oft loses both itself and friend"
    $1600 11
Disorder characterized by binge eating &... well, never mind
    $1600 14
This psychiatrist became enamored with inkblots in high school & later published his research in a 1921 book
    $1600 28
Willem Dafoe is on the case in this southern murder mystery from 1988
    $1600 22
"What a" one of these "we have in Jesus"
    DD: $2,000 26
This inventor whose name is still on tanks at fuel stations nearly died when an engine exploded on him in the 1890s
    $2000 10
"Good night, sweet prince; and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!"
    $2000 12
Type of reeds aka cat's tails
    $2000 15
In 1971 former encyclopedia salesman Werner Erhard held the first of these 3-letter seminars
    $2000 29
Brando & Nicholson teamed up for this 1976 oater about horse thieves
    $2000 23
"Shall we gather at" this location
    $2000 30
In 2013 Wolfgang Buchner became editor of this preeminent German magazine whose name means "the mirror"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Stacy Molly
$11,200 $5,200 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY U.S. HISTORY
A dignitary at the dedication of this said it was "keeping watch and ward before the open gates of America"

Final scores:

Sarah Stacy Molly
$16,200 $10,400 $23,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sarah Stacy Molly
$13,200 $8,400 $8,400
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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