Show #6913 - Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Contestants

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Jason Washington, a customer service representative from Quincy, Illinois

Emily Herndon, a bakery owner from Knoxville, Tennessee

Terri Pous, a social media editor from New York, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

NAMED IN THE BIBLE & THE KORAN
SONG LYRICS
JOURNALISM CLICHES
FRUIT & NUTS
BORDERING MISSOURI
YOU'RE SO VAIN
    $200 25
This 2014 movie would be "Nuh", except it was banned in many Islamic lands
    $200 2
TLC:
"Please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to"
    $200 1
A recent search on the nexis.com database found 580 uses in a month of "shrouded in secrecy" or "shrouded in" this
    $200 7
The sweet Royal Ann variety of this is usually the type used to make maraschinos
    $200 13
A "Trail of Tears" outdoor drama in a Tahlequah amphitheater was once an annual event in this state
    $200 18
A magic mirror gives the vain queen the bad news that another has surpassed her in beauty in this Grimm fairy tale
    $400 27
Musa is this lawgiver
    $400 3
David Guetta:
"I'm bulletproof, nothing to lose, fire away"
    $400 12
Someone who switches from one pastime to another, or an action that effects a major shift
    $400 8
To blanch these nuts, like for Greek cookies called ergolavi, put them in boiling water for 3-5 min., then remove skin
    $400 14
The area around Hot Springs National Park in this state is called "The American Spa"
    $400 19
This trademarked drug from Allergan is injected into the face to treat wrinkles & crow's feet
    $600 28
Beware of Iblis, this figure
    $600 4
The B-52's:
"There goes a dogfish chased by a catfish"
    $600 23
Affluent folks' lawns are described as this, as if they were tended using nail scissors
    $600 9
The Gravenstein variety of this fruit is named for a village in Denmark
    $600 15
Check out Herbert Hoover's birthplace, a two-room cottage in this state
    $600 20
She says her No. 1 hit "You're So Vain" isn't about James Taylor; some think it's about Warren Beatty
    $800 29
Jibril is this messenger
    $800 5
Kelly Clarkson:
"Doesn't mean I'm lonely when I'm alone"
    $800 24
If something is a quick fix to a difficult problem, it's one of these werewolf killers
    $800 10
Six-letter name of the winter melon seen here
    $800 16
This state follows "Bleeding" in an 1850s nickname
    $800 22
In mythology, this handsome but vain youth loved only his own reflection
    $1000 30
This reluctant prophet is Yunus
    $1000 6
Katy Perry:
"Make me your Aphrodite, make me your one and only"
    $1000 26
A representative example; the first such youngster appeared in the 1930s
    $1000 11
In parts of Africa, sharing these nuts with anti-fatigue properties is the equivalent of the North American peace pipe
    DD: $2,000 17
It has the smallest legislative branch in the nation, 49 senators
    $1000 21
A vanity search is self-Googling or this kind of surfing

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

Terri Emily Jason
$2,000 $2,000 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terri Emily Jason
$3,200 $3,000 -$1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THAT BOOK GAVE ME A NIGHTMARE
SPANISH HISTORY
GRAVE NEW WORLD
INTERJECTIONS!
MOVIE SOUND FX
YOU'RE SO VEIN
    $400 12
Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi's "Helter Skelter" is an account of the crimes of this man & his followers
    $400 4
Hitler said that he'd rather have teeth pulled than negotiate with this Spanish generalissimo
    $400 1
Washington Irving "dozes" in the cemetery of what's now called this town
    $400 8
Aye aye, captain! We'll locate the hidden submarine soon enough using this device
    $800 16
These monsters du jour are the villains of "The Remaining", about a plague survivor waiting in a bunker
    $800 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) When the Armada was defeated in 1588, the Spanish Empire covered large areas of the New World; by 1825, only these two island possessions remained
    DD: $2,000 2
He was entombed with his Gibson Les Paul in 1981 in Saint Ann, Jamaica
    $800 7
To mend a sock!
    $800 9
Put 'em up; one of these contests is about to start
    DD: $1,000 28
Ancient Egyptians & Romans believed in the vena amoris, a vein thought to run straight to the heart from this finger
    $1200 19
This children's author is not so innocent--a kitten is almost baked in a pie in her "Tale of Samuel Whiskers"
    $1200 13
In the 1520s this founder of the Jesuits was twice imprisoned by the Spanish Inquisition
    $1200 3
This city's San Fernando Cemetery was closed to new interments after Benito Juarez was buried there
    $1200 22
Gets rid of, like with corn!
    $1200 10
Keep your head down! Just heard one of these, a word from the French
    $1200 27
Phlebitis, the inflammation of a vein, can sometimes develop into a thrombus, a synonym for this
    $1600 20
In "The Hungry Moon", horror stalks a town in England that practices the faith of these pre-Christian priests
    $1600 14
In 1808 Napoleon gained control of Spain & named this brother as king
    $1600 5
The tombstone seen here isn't in Tombstone, Arizona, but in Glenwood Springs in this Western state
    $1600 23
Several long-tailed critters of the family Muridae!
    $1600 11
It's a spooky night if we hear the sound of this "great" raptor
    $1600 26
A Swedish doctor developed this diagnostic technique to identify blocked veins using X-rays & contrast media
    $2000 21
Bearing the name of a Catholic rite, it's Whitley Strieber's supposedly true account of his abduction by aliens
    $2000 15
This capital of Andalusia served as capital of the Moors for more than 500 years
    $2000 18
Many who died on the Titanic were buried in Halifax, Nova Scotia; their gravestones were paid for by this company
    $2000 24
(Meaning nonsense)
violin bows!
    $2000 17
Named for a character, the cry known as this scream has been used in countless movies
    $2000 25
The 2 largest veins in the human body are the inferior & superior this, Latin for "hollow vein"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terri Emily Jason
$7,000 $4,200 $200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL TITLE CHARACTERS
"His madness being stronger than any other faculty", he "resolved to have himself dubbed a knight by the first person he met"

Final scores:

Terri Emily Jason
$5,599 $8,100 $200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $8,100 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terri Emily Jason
$7,600 $4,200 $200
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
4 W
8 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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