Show #6927 - Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Contestants

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Jenica Jessen, a student and writer from Riverton, Utah

Michael Wille, a delivery driver manager from Washington, D.C.

Bill Albertini, a professor of English from Toledo, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,550)

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Jeopardy! Round

COMMANDER & CHEF
(Alex: Not "chief".)
MALL SHOPS
FROM THE SPANISH
OSCAR SONGS IN OTHER WORDS
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
ANTISOCIAL SCIENCE
    $200 19
Current White House executive chef Cris Comerford was appointed in 2005 by this First Lady
    $200 22
Since 1983 it has been offering custom eyeglasses ready "in an hour"
    $200 2
Spanish for "small fleet", it's a small group of ships
    $200 11
1939:
Above that multicolored sky arc
    $200 16
Fort Laramie was a popular stopping point on this pioneer road; wagons could be repaired & overhauled there
    $200 1
British sociologist Eric Dunning is an expert on hooliganism, especially in this sport
    $400 23
Appointed in 1961, Rene Verdon resigned when this President wanted him to cook Texas ranch style
    $400 27
A horse-drawn 4-wheeled carriage is the logo of this American company known for its leather goods
    $400 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a short brick wall in Santa Fe, NM.) Requiring weeks for the bricks to dry, this method of building, that got its name from the Spanish, is common in arid climates like New Mexico
    $400 12
1961:
Lunar brook
    $400 17
In 1977 an act of Congress named this Memphis street "Home of the Blues"
    $400 4
One theory is that a psychopath has no sense of morals whereas this dangerous "-path" does--it just isn't the same as ours
    $600 24
Roland Mesnier, executive pastry chef for 25 years, was hired by this First Family & made them pecan bourbon pie
    $600 28
This department store started in Sweden in 1947; the "H" in its name stands for the Swedish word for "hers"
    $600 5
The Chilean type of this bird has a pink band on each of its long legs
    $600 13
1997:
A personal cardiac organ shall endure
    $600 18
Traveling southwest on Florida's overseas highway, you'll eventually reach mile marker 0.0 on this island
    $600 6
The book "Dancing at Armageddon" has in its subtitle this "-ism"of preparing to endure massive social disaster
    $800 25
Pierre Chambrin, who quit as White House chef in 1994, said it wasn't true that this President ate a lot of fast food
    $800 8
Chickpeas are also called these "beans"
    $800 14
2005:
Things are difficult in regards to the call-girl management industry
    $800 20
In 1880 nearly a mile of this avenue in midtown Manhattan was illuminated with arc lamps
    $800 7
A book in the "Law, Justice and Power" series is called "Showing" this synonym for "regret", as judges like you to do
    $1000 26
Francois Rysavy was blamed when this President had an attack of indigestion that scared financial markets
    $1000 9
A deep crater at the summit of a volcano
    $1000 15
1993:
Thoroughfares in the Brotherly Love city
    $1000 21
This 717-mile road was built by the Chinese in 1937 & 1938 to transport war supplies from the country it's named for
    DD: $2,000 10
In 1939 Edwin Sutherland put these 2 words before "crime" to describe bad things done by high-status people

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

Bill Michael Jenica
$2,800 $1,200 $5,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Michael Jenica
$4,200 $1,800 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

JUST SIT RIGHT BACK
& YOU'LL HEAR A TALE
A FATEFUL "TRIP"
THAT STARTED FROM THIS TROPIC PORT
ABOARD THIS TINY SHIP
GILLIGAN!
    $400 22
Consumer Reports tells parents looking for this kind of chair to seek out a crotch post & a 5-point harness
    $400 12
"Once Upon a Midnight Dreary" (or maybe at 2 a.m.) Christopher Walken recorded this Poe poem
    $400 1
This alliterative police procedure requires a suspect to disrobe
    $400 2
The U.S. Army has facilities at Puerto Nuevo on this island's San Juan Bay
    $400 19
The name of this flat-bottomed boat is also a football term heard when it's 4th & 10
    $400 7
"Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan pitched this character as "Take Mr. Chips and turn him into Scarface"
    $800 23
JFK was famous for using this type of chair due to back problems; one used in the Oval Office sold for $87,500 in 2013
    $800 13
Johnny Depp based one of his characters on this guitarist, so of course he had to read his "Life"
    $800 3
Ridden by Steve Cauthen in 1978, Affirmed was the last winner of this
    $800 17
Port Purcell serves the British portion of these islands; the port of Cruz Bay, the American portion
    $800 8
Vince wrote about a different kind of addiction--brains--in "Hungry", an episode of this paranormal '90s FBI show
    DD: $3,000 24
The Montgolfier is a Louis XVI chair created by Georges Jacob with a back shaped like one of these
    $1200 14
Visit Brobdingnag with Hugh Laurie as your guide in an abridged version of a book by this author
    $1200 4
8-letter cord or line stretched over a footpath to set off explosives
    $1200 18
Puerto Plata in this nation on Hispaniola was founded under the direction of Christopher Columbus
    $1200 9
In 1998 Vince made a big-screen venture & dole out some "Home Fries", starring this Angel of Charlie's employ
    $1600 25
The tulip chair, which is shaped like a flower & has a single pedestal leg, was created in the 1950s by this Finnish architect
    $1600 15
"The First Phone Call From Heaven" is 7 hours & 40 mins. (audiobook-wise), read by this "Tuesdays with Morrie" man
    $1600 5
This "journey" is a feeling of responsibility, even when unjustified
    DD: $3,000 20
Grand Turk Port is in these islands where conch is a national symbol
    $1600 28
When the Titanic left Southampton, it had only 16 rigid ones & 4 collapsible ones
    $1600 10
Vince Gilligan co-wrote this 2008 Will Smith film about a down-&-out, whale-flinging superhero
    $2000 26
An 18th century chair with Cabriole legs & a curved back is named for this "Rake's Progress" painter who used the form in his art
    $2000 16
There was crying of a lot of 49-year-old fans of this author over Jeannie Berlin's reading of his "Bleeding Edge"
    $2000 6
Scientific force compelling a body to move in a curved path towards a center point
    $2000 21
Sugar, rum & molasses flow from Bridgetown, the capital & main port of this West Indies nation
    $2000 27
Small enough for sailing or rowing by one person, this boat could've been in a "FF" category
    $2000 11
On July 20, 2013 people camped out to get a spot for the July 21 panel of Vince & Friends at this San Diego event

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Michael Jenica
$10,600 $5,200 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
The first conversation recounted in the Bible is in Genesis 3, between these 2; it leads to trouble

Final scores:

Bill Michael Jenica
$19,200 $400 $19,200
2-day co-champion: $38,750 2nd place: $2,000 New co-champion: $19,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Michael Jenica
$10,600 $8,200 $11,600
14 R,
1 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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