Show #7007 - Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Contestants

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Eamon Doyle, a housekeeper and freelance copy editor from Berkeley, California

Stephanie Engel, a children's book managing editor from Douglassville, Pennsylvania

Andy Axel, a graduate student in poetry from Iowa City, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE MARIAN KIND
(Alex: Interesting spelling there.)
NFL TEAM MASCOTS
A HAMBURGER WITH ALL THE FIXINGS
COLD WORLD OUT THERE
IT FOLLOWED ME HOME
CAN I "KEEP" IT?
    $200 10
In "The Music Man" Marian has this job
    $200 1
Gumbo the Dog
    $200 21
Let's start with the lettuce--this kind that's traditionally in a Caesar salad
    $200 26
In July 1968 Plateau Station on this continent averaged -99.8 degrees; bottom of the world, Ma!
    $200 16
The fennec type of this canine
    $200 3
U.N. forces sent to separate belligerent parties
    $400 11
Marian Robinson is the mother of this famous woman
    $400 2
Staley da Mascot
    $400 22
Get your burn on with slices of this pepper
    $400 27
You can freeze your Aspen off in Fraser in this state, with a year-round average of 32.5 degrees
    $400 17
The long-tongued tamandua, one of these insectivores
    $400 4
The process & cost of maintaining something in good working order
    $600 12
In this classic video game named for 2 mythic serpents, Marian has been kidnapped by street thugs
    $600 8
A big bird named Big Red
    $600 23
You gotta have grilled onions--this sweet variety named for a Georgia city
    $600 28
You've been sent to Oymyakon in this 7-letter region of Russia, where it was a brisk -96 in January 1926
    $600 18
A mouse lemur, the world's smallest primate, indigenous only to this country
    $600 5
Rigorous tests on common items are part of what readers expect from the research institute of this magazine
    $800 13
This contralto, seen here, is preparing for her historic 1955 debut at the Met
    DD: $1,000 9
Sir Purr, who vacations at Kitty Hawk
    $800 24
I'm about to slice up the tomatoes--this kind that sounds like old hand-me-downs
    $800 29
Snag, in this Canadian territory, had a population of about 10 on a -81 day in February 1947
    $800 19
Hamlyn's monkey, also known as this avian-faced monkey
    $800 6
It's a sentimental memento
    $1000 14
In 1973 lawyer & civil rights activist Marian Edelman created the CDF, short for this
    $1000 15
Captain Fear
    $1000 25
Instead of the usual condiments, we'll finish it off with this 5-letter garlic mayo from France
    $1000 30
Located in Lewis and Clark County, Rogers Pass in this large western state chilled out at -70 on Jan. 20, 1954
    $1000 20
Not al-kaline, but this high altitude domesticated grazer
    $1000 7
This phrase meaning to monitor someone's activities originally meant to watch over a bill he ran up

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

Andy Stephanie Eamon
$800 $2,800 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Stephanie Eamon
$2,600 $5,800 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANGELS
HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS
SINGERS ON POSTAGE STAMPS
WHEN I'M KING...
BOOK BUILDING
TYPE "B", NEGATIVE
    $400 21
Around 400 A.D., angels in art began to wear these, also called nimbuses
    $400 26
In 1815 this theatrical street was allowed to cut diagonally through Manhattan's new grid plan
    $400 11
In the wee hours of January 8, 1993, his stamp was dedicated at Graceland on what would have been his 58th birthday
    $400 16
Japan, 1926-1989
    $400 1
"Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and baby Carrie left their little house in the big woods" for this title home
    $400 2
What a bunch of this lunchmeat that can also mean nonsense
    DD: $5,000 22
In the Bible Gabriel & Michael are 2 of these 7 special beings used by God to send messages & fight battles
    $800 30
This Paris boulevard was nothing but fields until Marie de Medicis decided in 1616 to put up a tree-lined pathway
    $800 12
In 2014, two rock icons who died less than a month apart in 1970 appeared on new Forever stamps--Hendrix & her
    $800 17
Israel, from around 1000 to 960 B.C.
    DD: $4,000 4
Little Nell & her grandfather desperately try to hold on to this Dickens title building
    $800 3
This Wisconsin animal isn't negative, but using it to nag or pester sure is
    $1200 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) The cherubim here, which are famous in their own right, come from a larger painting called "Sistine Madonna" by this artist
    $1200 29
Seen here is a marker on the highway between Dallas and Fort Worth, named for this longtime Cowboys coach
    $1200 13
Hank Williams & this "I Fall to Pieces" singer were featured in a 1993 Country & Western series
    $1200 18
Italy, 1861-1878, the second with this double name
    $1200 5
Agatha Christie's "Murder at the Vicarage" introduced this spinster sleuth
    $1200 6
A pitching miscue advancing all runners a base automatically
    $1600 24
There's a whole book of the angel sermons of C.H. Spurgeon, a 19th c. preacher in this "immersive" denomination
    $1600 28
A sidewalk named for newspaper columnist Herb Caen runs along this city's Embarcadero
    $1600 14
Tragically shot dead at 23, she was among those honored in the Latin Music Legends series in 2011
    $1600 19
Spain, 1556-1598
    $1600 7
This debut novel from Dan Brown featured brilliant & beautiful mathematician Susan Fletcher
    $1600 9
9-letter "avian" noun meaning a person who lacks intelligence
    $2000 25
An angel told Philip the Evangelist to take the road to this city located on a strip
    $2000 27
Berlin's Unter den Linden, which ends at this gate, is named for the linden trees that once lined the boulevard
    $2000 15
All hail this New Orleans-born "Queen of Gospel" who appeared on a stamp in 1998
    $2000 20
Bavaria, 1864-1886
    $2000 8
This Stella Gibbons novel is a satire of Thomas Hardy novels & British rural life in the 1930s
    $2000 10
From the Latin for "to proclaim", it means to condemn to exile, perhaps forevermore

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Stephanie Eamon
$4,600 $22,200 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CALIFORNIA CITIES
A park, elementary school & medical pavilion named for Herbert Hoover are found in this 2-word California city

Final scores:

Andy Stephanie Eamon
$4,600 $21,199 $1,000
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,199 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andy Stephanie Eamon
$4,600 $18,800 $16,600
9 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,000

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