Show #7034 - Thursday, March 26, 2015

Contestants

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Al Cho, a corporate strategist originally from Tempe, Arizona

Laura Weiner, a customer service representaive from Quincy, Massachusetts

Jacqueline Hawkins, an English professor from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATES RHYME TIME
IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?
WARBIRDS
PASS THE MUSTARD
HOTEL CHAINS
CHECKING IN ON MARCH 26
    $200 1
Life story of Cleveland
    $200 6
What's that? An otologist specializes in the treatment of these organs?
    $200 22
(Alex delivers the clue from Ramstein Air Base in Germany.) The C-130 has long been the workhorse of the United States military, carrying soldiers & supplies to hostile areas all around the world & truly earning its name, that of this mythological hero & multitasker
    $200 17
"What say you to... beef and mustard?" Grumio asks her before a fight in "The Taming of the Shrew"; she approves
    $200 7
Its slogan is "Go happy. Go HoJo"
    $200 27
We are "supreme"ly aware of March 26's significance to this singer--happy 71st
    $400 2
A Boise non-amateur
    $400 8
Step on up with this doctor who specializes in the treatment of foot problems
    $400 23
Britain's WWI S.E.5 fighter carried 2 of these, a Vickers fixed in the nose & a movable Lewis attached to the upper wing
    $400 18
In this religion's Upanishads, the soul is described as smaller than a mustard seed yet greater than the sky
    $400 12
In 2008 Harrah's took a gamble & put up one of this resort city's tallest buildings, the Waterfront Tower
    $400 28
Many happy returns to Michael Imperioli, known for his role as Chris-tu-fuh Moltisanti on this HBO drama
    $600 3
A Wilmington seat
    $600 9
Good news! This doctor who specializes in making & interpreting X-rays says nothing's broken
    $600 24
(Alex delivers the clue aboard a plane at the Aviano Air Base in Italy.) For over 30 years, the United States Air Force has relied on this fighter plane, a single engine, Mach 2 F-16, known as "The Fighting" this; it's a fierce type of hawk
    $600 19
To represent his army, Darius sent sesame seeds to this Macedonian, who sent back more potent mustard seeds
    $600 13
This chain owned by Hilton teamed up with the Arbor Day Foundation for a traveling museum exhibit
    $800 4
A Casper wedding band
    DD: $1,000 10
It's the 15-letter word for the type of doctor who deals with the structure, functions & diseases of the eye
    $800 16
During the Korean War, the U.S. unsheathed the F-86, nicknamed this, after a cavalry sword
    $800 20
American mustard's bright yellow coloring comes from this Asian plant
    $800 14
Sleepy Bear, seen then & now, is the Ambassador of Adventure for this chain
    $800 26
By Jiminy! This actor attended his very first premiere on March 26, 1950 in Ontario, Canada
    $1000 5
A Chattanooga monetary charge
    $1000 11
Lungs & respiration are the breath of life for this doctor
    $1000 25
The Cold War era Soviet TU-4 was a copy of this U.S. bomber; several had landed in Russia after bombing Japan
    $1000 21
When the papacy was centered in this city, John XXII appointed an official mustard maker
    $1000 15
Last name of entrepreneur J. Willard, who opened his first hotel in 1957

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

Jacqueline Laura Al
$3,800 $1,600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jacqueline Laura Al
$6,600 $200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

IRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN
FICTIONAL MOVIE BUSINESSES
SCIENCE MUSEUMS
POE FOLKS
THE STRAIT SCOOP
BROUGHT TO YOU IN H_D
(Alex: Each correct response begins with the letter "H" & will end with the letter "D".)
    $400 30
Civil unrest accompanied the 1974 independence of this country, later invaded to put down a 1983 coup
    $400 1
The day job of "Iron Man" is running this "Industries"
    $400 13
Kids love the generator at the Center of Science & Industry in Columbus, Ohio that produces this kind of electricity
    $400 6
This maiden "lived with no other thought than to love and be loved by me"
    $400 21
At the narrowest part of this strait, Europe & Africa are only 8 miles apart
    $400 7
A giant one can beat its wings 10 times per second; a smaller one, 70 per second
    $800 29
Dictator Trujillo angered many in the Dominican Republic, like by renaming this capital Ciudad Trujillo
    $800 2
In a slightly future world, Joaquin Phoenix writes for beautifulhandwrittenletters.com in this 2013 film
    $800 14
Want to touch a moon rock? Then check out the Milestones of Flight hall in this Smithsonian museum
    $800 10
Last name of Rodrick, who owns a "tumble down" old mansion
    $800 22
The Palk Strait separates India's Tamil Nadu state from this island nation
    $800 8
Term describing both a composite & a 2014 Honda Insight
    $1200 28
In 1987 allies of this future president occupied Port-Au-Prince's cathedral when his religious order tried to transfer him
    $1200 3
As Norville Barnes, this actor is the title proxy at Hudsucker Industries
    $1200 15
"Try" to name this final orbital space shuttle built, now on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles
    $1200 16
This prince who tries to evade the Red Death in a secluded castle bears the name of a Shakespearean island dweller
    $1200 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from aboard the USS Iowa in San Pedro, California.) During its 50 years of service, the Iowa operated in the Atlantic, Pacific, &, on one of its last deployments, this Middle Eastern strait, escorting oil tankers in the first Gulf War
    $1200 9
A treasure trove; perhaps a miser's
    DD: $4,000 26
In 1636 the natives probably got restless when Aruba was occupied by this Dutch company (remember your hemisphere)
    $1600 4
You can't replicate the Tyrell Corporation's success in this sci-fi classic
    $1600 17
A Belgrade museum devoted to this electrical pioneer who later moved to America has an exhibit of his induction motor
    $1600 19
His "narrative" of his adventures aboard the Grampus includes mutiny & shipwreck
    $1600 24
Punta Arenas on this strait is an important shipping port for Chilean mutton
    $1600 11
If you know it's the term for the female of the red deer, you're golden
    $2000 27
The chief minister resigned after criticism of the 1997 volcano crisis in this isle named for a Spanish mountain abbey
    $2000 5
A virus created by the Umbrella Corporation is out of control in this horror series
    DD: $2,000 18
This city's Museum of Science & Industry is housed in the only remaining building from the 1893 Columbian Expo
    $2000 20
In "The Cask of Amontillado", Montresor seeks revenge on this wine connoisseur
    $2000 25
About this strait, Matthew Arnold wrote, "On the French coast the light gleams and is gone; the cliffs of England stand"
    $2000 12
A female servant; one told a "tale" in literature

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jacqueline Laura Al
$16,600 $5,400 $20,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NAVY SHIPS
First designated as Armored Cruiser No. 1, this ship was commissioned in 1895 & operated on our East Coast & in the Caribbean

Final scores:

Jacqueline Laura Al
$10,801 $8,400 $6,700
2-day champion: $34,101 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jacqueline Laura Al
$16,400 $5,400 $17,600
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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