Show #7013 - Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Contestants

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Laura Gallo, an internal medicine physician originally from Brooklyn, New York

Michael Camiel, a banker and financial analyst from Lutherville, Maryland

Dava-Leigh Brush, a stay-at-home mom from Arnold, Missouri (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,501)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE LIBERTY BELL
MOVIES WITH SUBTITLES
TABLEWARE INCLUDED
(Alex: The response will contain things that you would find on a dinner table.)
BEYOND THE "C"
WORDS FROM POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS
THE END OF THE LINE
    $200 2
On July 8, 1776 the Liberty Bell rang to celebrate the first public reading of this document
    $200 1
With Davy Jones (the sailor, not the Monkee), the second film in this series is "Dead Man's Chest"
    $200 16
Often yellow or pink, the wool type of this material is used as a thermal insulator
    $200 7
In the Middle Ages, a mangonel was one of these with a bowl-shaped bucket used to launch large projectiles
    $200 17
Massachusetts plus Illinois delivers this
    $200 22
She lost her head on the guillotine, October 16, 1793
    $400 8
The Liberty Bell was struck on June 6, 1944; the sound was broadcast on radios across the U.S. to announce this event
    $400 3
Name & number of the space film subtitled "The Wrath of Khan"
    $400 12
In states with the system of this "property", a spouse is entitled to half of what the other earned while wed
    $400 18
American Samoa plus Kansas--it has you questioning
    $400 23
Scars were no longer a concern for this gangster after Jan. 25, 1947
    $600 9
Created by an ex-slave & celebrated at the Liberty Bell, Natl. Freedom Day commemorates Lincoln's signing of this amendment
    $600 4
Arnold did say he'd be back, hence this film subtitled "Judgment Day"
    $600 13
Legalizing Christianity throughout the Roman Empire, the Edict of Milan was declared by this emperor in 313
    $600 19
Arkansas plus Iowa performs this
    $600 24
O say, can you see he became D.A. of D.C. in 1833 but was D.O.A. on Jan. 11, 1843
    $800 10
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Independence Nat'l Historical Park in Philadelphia, PA.) As it was being hung in 1753, the clapper struck a side, cracking the bell; two workmen named Pass & Stow later added this reddish metal as it was being recast, & their names are now prominently displayed
    $800 5
The second Nicolas Cage film titled this is subtitled "Book of Secrets"
    $800 14
Your carnival knowledge should include this steam-powered instrument that has the same name as a muse
    $800 20
Florida plus Oregon plus Idaho equals this
    $800 25
On July 30, 1898 this Prussian was sunk
    DD: $1,400 11
A bell replica toured the U.S. in 1915 with the clapper chained; it rang at last in 1920 to celebrate this event
    $1000 6
"Dawn of the Dinosaurs" is the third offering in this animated series
    $1000 15
Of limestone or pottery, these jars were used in Ancient Egypt to hold the internal organs of the mummified
    $1000 21
Alabama plus Missouri plus North Dakota equals this
    $1000 26
This ex-president got the kinderhook on July 24, 1862

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Dava-Leigh Michael Laura
$2,600 $2,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dava-Leigh Michael Laura
$4,600 $4,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SKELETON CREW
GOVERNMENT AWARDS & HONORS
TENNIS "E"
WHO'S IN CHARGE?
ANOTHER DEFINITION, PLEASE
(Alex: And once again,...)
THE END OF THE LINE
    $400 21
It's the largest sesamoid bone in the body (another hint: it's also called the kneecap)
    $400 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a plaque.) If a company has buildings with low carbon emissions, it can get a plaque representing energy stars from this agency
    $400 1
In tennis lingo, it's a bad shot; there are "forced" & "unforced" types
    $400 15
In Central America:
President Daniel Ortega
    $400 3
Not to move loosely like a dog's ears, but to fail like a film or play
    $400 9
"How do I love thee? Let me" do these 3 words
    $800 22
Found in the chest, this bone includes the xiphoid process
    $800 27
Raoul Wallenberg & the Marquis de Lafayette are among the few to be made honorary these
    $800 2
It's no backhand compliment--"America's tennis sweetheart", she won Grand Slam titles every year from 1974 to 1986
    $800 16
An alliance:
ex-Norwegian PM Jens Stoltenberg
    $800 4
Raise your glass for these, not ghosts but liquor
    $800 10
"A specter is haunting Europe--the specter of" this political theory
    $1200 23
Just below the sacrum is this bone, consisting of 3-5 fused vertebrae
    $1200 28
The Presidents Call to Service Award honors people who do this, & you must spend 4,000 hours over a lifetime to get one
    $1200 6
The most common grip used by beginners is this directional style
    $1200 17
A former Soviet republic:
President Serge Sarkisian
    $1200 5
In this case, not a spicy Indian dish but to groom a horse
    $1200 11
Sonnet 18: "shall I compare thee to" this? Compare! Compare!
    $1600 24
These 5 bones form the skeleton of the sole of the foot
    $1600 29
Senators who preside over the floor for 100 hours in a year get the alliterative "golden" this
    $1600 7
"Emmo" was the nickname of this Aussie legend who won 12 Grand Slam singles titles in the 1960s
    $1600 18
A "stan" within Iraq:
President Massoud Barzani
    $1600 8
Not a person who walks, but something plodding or commonplace
    DD: $2,000 12
"The very first requirement in a hospital (is) that it should do the sick ____"
    $2000 25
This bone is purely an anchor for the tongue; it articulates with no other bones
    $2000 30
The Department of Commerce is behind the president's "E" Awards, which salute those who increase the country's these
    $2000 20
A world No. 1 & winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles in the '80s & '90s, this Swede was inducted into the ITHoF in 2004
    DD: $2,000 19
A big African country:
President Goodluck Jonathan
    $2000 14
Not a small, wrapped package for delivery, but a tract of land
    $2000 13
A Beckett work ends, "you must go on, I can't go on," then these 3 words

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dava-Leigh Michael Laura
$8,200 $5,800 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
They're the 2 states with the highest percentage of people who speak French at home

Final scores:

Dava-Leigh Michael Laura
$3,700 $0 $8,799
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $8,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dava-Leigh Michael Laura
$8,200 $5,400 $14,200
14 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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