Show #6878 - Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Contestants

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Nick Lasik, a bartender from Portland, Oregon

Sara Tess Neumann, a museum educator from Quincy, Massachusetts

Campbell Warner, a military attorney originally from Rock Hill, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

SPOT THE MAMMAL
11-LETTER WORDS
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT
MEASURING DEVICES
POP CULTURE COLLEGE COURSES
"AMEN"
    $200 7
Turkey,
marten,
sponge
    $200 12
The doctor will hear you now--this instrument is used to listen to chest sounds
    $200 1
Altogether, this "great soul" of India spent 7 years in prison for political activity
    $200 17
The name of this automobile instrument comes from the Greek for "measure" & "way"
    $200 6
You could boldly go to PHIL-180, "Philosophy and Star Trek", at this Catholic university in D.C.
    $200 26
A mournful poem or hymn for the departed
    $400 8
Kiwi,
kinkajou,
kookaburra
    $400 13
Pertaining to a pay raise effective as of a past date
    $400 2
The business sense of this naturalist & painter was for the birds; he was jailed for debt in 1819
    $400 18
The measuring device seen here is used by Italian chefs to prepare the proper quantity of this
    $400 19
Columbia College Chicago dealt with these creatures "in Popular Media"; some say they're the new vampires
    $400 27
The Diet or the Knesset
    $600 9
Shoebill,
sea horse,
narwhal
    $600 14
To set the time on your watch to match another's
    $600 3
This author's crime? Discussing banned books in the Petrashevsky Circle group in 1849; punishment? 4 years in Siberia
    $600 20
When making beer or wine, you might want to use a saccharometer to measure the concentration of this in a solution
    $600 23
M.I.T. offered "Topics in Comparative Media: American Pro" this; I'll break a folding chair on your head if you mess up!
    $600 28
Energetic music & dance style of Andalusia
    $800 10
Hyrax,
pterodactyl,
barracuda
    $800 15
A leadership of 3 people working jointly; Caesar was in "the first" one
    $800 4
In 1944 Himmler tried to take over the German rocket program & jailed this V-2 rocket scientist who didn't cooperate
    $800 21
To measure curvature, a doctor places a scoliometer on this body part
    $800 24
Northwestern took on "Consumerism and Social Change in" this AMC drama "America, 1960-1965"
    $800 29
A difficult or unpleasant situation that is not easy to get out of
    $1000 11
Albatross,
pangolin,
darter
    $1000 16
The ability to set things on fire by psychic power
    $1000 5
In May 1895 this author was sentenced to 2 years at hard labor, mostly served at Reading Gaol
    DD: $1,000 22
An ebullioscope is used to determine this in liquids
    $1000 25
But I would not feel so all alone at Connecticut College; everybody must know English 213B was on this singer
    $1000 30
Catholicism has life covered with the 7 of these; they include baptism & anointing of the sick

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

Campbell Sara Tess Nick
$3,400 $0 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Campbell Sara Tess Nick
$6,200 $1,400 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

LONDON SPRAWLING
SYNONYMS
NURSERY RHYME CATS
NONFICTION BOOKS ON THE BIG SCREEN
THE WEST
"Y": ME
    $400 16
This inner London borough is home to Buckingham Palace & Victoria Station, not just an abbey
    $400 21
"Fringe" is a synonym for this, hair that's combed over the forehead
    $400 22
After the Owl & the Pussy-cat were married, "they danced by the light of" this
    $400 1
This 2005 film about Johnny Cash comes from his autobiography "Man in Black"
    $400 11
Seen here 3,000 feet up is William Henry Jackson, who was the official one of these for the U.S. Geological Survey of the Territory
    $400 2
When President Buchanan (a man with no wives!) removed me as Utah governor, hostilities ensued
    $800 17
Run away & join this neon-lit intersection of 4 London streets first formed in 1819
    $800 25
This synonym for "voluptuous" is named for a Flemish painter
    $800 23
"Little Robin" this "sat upon a tree, up went Pussycat and down went he"
    $800 3
"See No Evil", about the CIA in the Middle East, became "Syriana", which won an Oscar for this actor
    $800 12
This state capital came into being in one day, on April 22, 1889, when 50,000 swarmed onto 2 million acres
    $800 4
My pop song parodies include polkas, & I have the same last name as the winner of the first polka Grammy
    $1200 18
The British Museum is in this London neighborhood once home to a famous writers' "group"
    $1200 26
"To moo like a cow" & "degraded" are synonyms for 2 different definitions of this 3-letter word
    $1200 24
For losing their mittens, the 3 little kittens "began to cry" & were denied this dessert by their mother
    $1200 5
"Lost Moon" followed this ill-fated space mission
    $1200 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In 1863, the Central Pacific Railroad broke ground in Sacramento, & the Union Pacific Railroad did the same in Omaha. The 1869 joining of the two in Promontory, Utah, was symbolized by this 2-word item
    $1200 8
I starred in "The Three Musketeers", "The Four Musketeers", "The Return of the Musketeers" & "Austin Powers"
    $1600 19
A post-WWII planning act surrounded London with a ring of open land known by this colorful name
    DD: $2,000 27
"Apex" is from the Latin; this 4-letter synonym is from the Greek for "point"
    $1600 29
With a crooked one of these coins, the crooked man "bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse"
    $1600 6
"A Mighty Heart" was the story of Daniel Pearl, a reporter for this newspaper who was killed in Pakistan
    $1600 14
Published in 1810, this explorer's journals "peaked" interest with the first descriptions of the Southern Plains & Rockies
    DD: $2,200 9
I was a humble 19th century Japanese organ maker, yet today my name is on guitars, MP3 players & motorcycles
    $2000 20
This London neighborhood took its name from an old hunting cry; the one in NYC, from a street & a direction
    $2000 28
Another name for a wine steward is this French word
    $2000 30
"The gingham dog and" this feline "side by side on the table sat"
    $2000 7
Tina Fey used "Queen Bees and Wannabes" as fodder to write this Lindsay Lohan film
    $2000 15
Though he had a Native American wife, Kit Carson followed orders to subdue this people & relocate 8,000 in New Mexico
    $2000 10
In 1713 I gave a bunch of books to a school at Saybrook, Connecticut

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Campbell Sara Tess Nick
$19,200 $2,600 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHIES
The constitution of this country allows the monarch to abdicate, which has happened in 1948, 1980 & 2013

Final scores:

Campbell Sara Tess Nick
$15,200 $100 $0
2-day champion: $37,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Campbell Sara Tess Nick
$19,600 $2,600 $11,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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