Show #7040 - Friday, April 3, 2015

Kerry Greene game 3.

Contestants

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Pat Kavanaugh, a marketing content manager from Chicago, Illinois

Tom Imler, a data repair technician from Cary, North Carolina

Kerry Greene, a volunteer guardian ad litem from Manchester, New Hampshire (whose 2-day cash winnings total $42,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

NEW ENDINGS FOR CLASSIC LIT
(Alex: You have to identify the work we have decided to extend.)
TV
MY INTERROGATIVE
20th CENTURY AMERICA
IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS
IN LIFE
    $200 1
A voice called out. "Hold up there, Tamenund! I'm Mohican! So are my wife & 3 kids! Take a better look, Mr. Census!"
    $200 6
In high fashion Heidi Klum & Tim Gunn won Emmys in 2013 for hosting this show
    $200 26
"And" this interrogative is an informal way of saying "you bet!"
    $200 11
The first televised presidential debate took place in 1960 between these 2 men
    $200 21
Seen here are strands of this genetic coder whose structure was determined by Watson & Crick
    $200 16
In regard to benefits, ssa.gov says this period of your life begins at age 62
    $400 2
Samwise was back home. But then he remembered an awful thing. He'd left his keys at Mount Doom! With a sigh, he turned
    $400 7
The answer to this '80s sitcom title was Angela Bower (played by Judith Light)
    $400 12
In 1975, it was the first monster truck & shared its name with an American legend
    $400 22
This small but heavy device adds weight to help your fishing line drop
    $400 17
In common law, the age of this, signaling adulthood, is presumed to be 14 in boys & 12 in girls
    $600 3
I boarded the good ship Rachel. Then I heard my captain's voice behind me! "I killed it. Killed it dead. & it was totally worth it"
    $600 8
"No Doubt" you've heard that she's one of the coaches on "The Voice"
    DD: $3,200 13
Section 1 of the 18th amendment, the only one ever repealed, ends, "is hereby" this verb
    $600 23
Less than 5' tall, the Aka, Baka & Efe prefer their tribal names rather than this general term--can't blame them
    $600 18
In the Holmes-Rahe life stress inventory, the death of a spouse is tops, while this similar outcome is second
    $800 4
Sydney Carton let his last words reverberate. Powerful stuff, he thought. Then he parkoured up the wall, to freedom!
    $800 9
(Dan Patrick gives the clue.) When I asked Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to name the best product he ever invested in he mentioned Simple Sugars skin scrubs pitched by an 18-year-old on this reality show
    $800 14
These items that caused a 1983 holiday season frenzy were later immortalized on a stamp
    $800 24
This word for tiny trees means "tray-planted" in Japanese
    $800 19
In Catholicism this sacrament, administered on baptized persons at least age 7, allows you to take communion
    $1000 5
"...and his heart was going like mad and yes I said yes I will yes". Then again no maybe not I don't think so I said no
    $1000 10
This nemesis of Steve McGarrett on both the old & current "Hawaii Five-0" was named for a Honolulu restaurant
    $1000 15
Mark Twain died in this year in which Halley's Comet reappeared
    $1000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Sanford Underground Research Facility in South Dakota.) The Davis Campus deep in South Dakota's old Homestake Mine is named for Ray Davis, who won a Nobel Prize using the mine as a place to detect these subatomic particles with no electric charge
    $1000 20
"When age chills the blood", waxed Byron, "our sweetest memorial" will be the "first" this "of love"

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

Kerry Tom Pat
$3,000 $0 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Tom Pat
$2,400 $4,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SELFIE OF THE ARTIST
BIG BUSINESS
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
WORLD CAPITAL ATTRACTIONS
1965 NO. 1 SONGS
ENDS WITH "W"
    $400 3
Here's a 1659 work by & of this Dutch boy, who rarely said no to painting a selfie
    $400 1
In 2009 this company had orders for 263 commercial planes; in 2013, for 1,531
    $400 2
In Boston, a month before he turned 8, John saw this first major battle of the American Revolution
    $400 20
The Mao Zedong Memorial Hall & Mausoleum
    $400 14
"You've Lost" this in the title of a 1965 Righteous Brothers No. 1 hit
    $400 15
"Riptide" is used synonymously for this strong current below the water's surface
    $800 4
He completed the self portrait here in August 1889, less than a year before his death
    $800 30
Caterpillar makes the 20,000-pound D5K2 type of this, something it hopes to use on the competition
    $800 8
5 months before he would have turned 81, John suffered a stroke while protesting this "most unrighteous war"
    $800 21
The India Gate
    $800 10
It was 50 years ago, July 1965, when this quintessential Rolling Stones song hit No. 1
    $800 16
It's the sweet favorite seen here
    $1200 5
Childhood accidents & disease robbed him of leg growth, perhaps explaining the angle of this Frenchman's selfie
    DD: $3,200 29
With assets of more than $1.6 trillion, there's no more traveling by coach for this U.S. banking leader
    $1200 9
This cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy, delivered to Congress Dec. 2, 1823, was largely the work of John Quincy Adams
    DD: $2,600 22
The Franz Kafka Museum
    $1200 11
"I Can't Help Myself" was a chart topper for this numerically named group that had been around for decades
    $1200 17
You might bask in this 3-syllable word, a synonym for "phosphorescence"
    $1600 6
This Spanish artist painted himself in 1820 being treated by his friend, Dr. Arrieta
    $1600 28
In September 2014, in the largest IPO in history, investors said open sesame to this new stock from China
    $1600 25
JQA feuded with this successor & called him "a barbarian who... could hardly spell his own name"
    $1600 23
Chapultepec Park
    $1600 12
In March the Beatles had us all believing in this calendar impossibility
    $1600 18
This type of fat was used to make soap & candles
    $2000 7
This British artist of "The Blue Boy", captured himself as a boy around age 12
    $2000 27
Gaming company SJM Holdings has billions in assets, including 17 casinos it operates in this Asian territory
    $2000 26
Adams was elected to the House of Reps in 1830 with the support of this third party that opposed a secret society
    $2000 24
The Kon-Tiki Museum
    $2000 13
With a little help from Ecclesiastes, Pete Seeger wrote this song, a hit for the Byrds
    $2000 19
Hamlet says, "I am but mad north-north-west. When the wind is southerly I know a hawk from" this tool

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Tom Pat
$11,600 $20,800 $8,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
A 3-letter 9th century tribe is in the names of 2 21st century countries: the world's most vast, & this one

Final scores:

Kerry Tom Pat
$23,198 $11,500 $13,000
3-day champion: $66,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kerry Tom Pat
$11,600 $20,600 $8,000
15 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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