Show #7059 - Thursday, April 30, 2015

Greg Seroka game 6.

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Robert Sale, a government relations liaison from Washington, D.C.

Valerie Braun, a homemaker from Cincinnati, Ohio

Greg Seroka, a chef from Steamboat Springs, Colorado (whose 5-day cash winnings total $133,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY
STARTS & ENDS WITH T
LONG-RUNNING MUSICALS IN SHORT
ADVERTISING ICONS
COUNTRIES BY HOTEL
(Alex: We'll give you the hotel.)
PRESENTED IN 2D
    $200 16
Put together one of these; the 4,000-piece world map should take you a while
    $200 1
It's a 5-letter word meaning a distinguishing characteristic
    $200 6
It's set on an island during World War II:
"S.P."
    $200 26
Ho ho ho! Named after a variety of large peas, this character first appeared in ads in 1928
    $200 7
The Taj West End Hotel
    $200 17
Type of graph using vertical rectangles to show the frequency of specific items in a set of data
    $400 22
Assume the warrior pose, mountain pose or seated twist while practicing this
    $400 2
Varieties include Mead's 6" X 9" 100-sheet & Sony's Xperia Z2
    $400 8
Reba McEntire starred in one of its revivals:
"A.G.Y.G."
    $400 27
Some people get a giggle out of collecting figures of this advertising icon
    $400 12
The Victoria Falls Hotel, just south of the falls
    $400 18
In wiring schematics, the symbol shown here is one of these, maybe on a wall to break the circuit
    $600 23
Cook up this classic dish with ground lamb or beef & don't forget the mashed potato crust on top
    $600 3
An area of land; you also have a digestive one
    $600 9
Ease on down the road with this musical:
"T.W."
    $600 28
A schoolkid won $5 for designing this top-hatted Planter's icon
    $600 13
The Yak & Yeti
    $600 19
An architect's face-on drawing of a building is an elevation; a top-down view is this simple 4-letter word
    $800 24
Brush up your Shakespeare & read one of his comedies, like this one about twins Viola & Sebastian
    $800 4
Proverbially, it's where you'll find a "tempest"
    $800 10
Marvin Hamlisch composed the music for it:
"A.C.L."
    DD: $3,000 29
Appropriately, a brainstorming session produced the little girl under an umbrella for this brand
    $800 14
The Fairmont Chateau Laurier
    $800 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a globe and map on the monitor.) The curved surface of the Earth, represented on a flat sheet of paper, is called this; the Mercator one here is from the 19th century
    $1000 25
Warm up with a cup of green tea while watching a double feature of this director's "Ran" & "Seven Samurai"
    $1000 5
It's a person with no fixed residence
    $1000 11
It's a gay old time:
"L.C.A.F."
    $1000 30
This StarKist spokes-tuna looks as hip as ever in his signature glasses & beret
    $1000 15
The Westin Chosun
    $1000 21
Renaissance artists developed the linear type of this, using converging parallels to make 2D look like 3D

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

Greg Valerie Robert
$4,400 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Valerie Robert
$12,400 $400 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE HUMAN BODY
MILITARY TV
6-LETTER CROSSWORD CLUES
18th CENTURY AMERICA
RANKS
TITLES
    $400 16
Tiny blood vessels; also, tiny channels that carry bile
    $400 17
This 1990 11-hour Ken Burns documentary made good use of photos & writings of soldiers
    $400 1
To this first name belong the spoils
    $400 22
The Annapolis Convention met in 1786 & concluded that the document called these Articles wasn't going to cut it
    $400 11
Yudansha is a term used to describe students who have acquired this rank in karate
    $400 6
One of the first books in English, this chivalric work by Thomas Malory has a French title
    $800 18
Orbicularis oculi palpebral muscles close this piece of tissue, palpebra in medical speak
    $800 23
Sort of "Top Gun" meets "Law & Order", this 1995-2005 show mixed legal, military & personal stories
    $800 2
Croatia's capital
    $800 24
In 1792 Robert Thomas first published this almanac about New England life &, of course, the weather
    $800 12
This rank in British peerage below a marquis & above a viscount is also a first name
    $800 7
The socially alienated Meursault is the title character of this Camus novel
    $1200 19
The name of these heart valves mean "half moon"
    $1200 25
4 women & 1 man share the common bond of loving someone in the military on this Lifetime series
    $1200 3
Where to harbor your yacht
    $1200 27
It's Philadelphia in the 1750s & what has Ben Franklin foisted on us now? Street lamps powered by this animal product
    $1200 13
It was the highest military rank held by both Erwin Rommel & Bernard Montgomery
    $1200 8
In 2014 a friend said, I found your lost-since-the-50s novel "Go Set the Watchman"; age 88, she said, "It's Go Set a Watchman"
    DD: $6,000 20
The endometrium is the tissue that lines this organ
    $1600 26
The Vietnam War was seen through the eyes of nurses near the front lines on this Dana Delany show
    DD: $2,000 4
Tom Canty, at the start of a Twain novel
    $1600 28
In the 1780s this "Gouverneur" proposed the decimal monetary system & devised the name "cent" for the basic coin
    $1600 14
In Eastern Orthodoxy an exarch, ranked below a patriarch, is the equivalent of this Catholic rank
    $1600 9
Liam O'Flaherty wrote this novel whose title refers to one who tells the authorities about a comrade
    $2000 21
This gland's main duct, the duct of Wirsung, collects its juices & empties into the duodenum
    $2000 30
Surprise! surprise! surprise! "Opie Joins the Marine Corps" was an episode of this classic sitcom
    $2000 5
Destiny, Turkish style
    $2000 29
Built as a NYC home early in the century, it later became a tavern where Washington said farewell to his officers
    $2000 15
Not sure if they were nattering, but one of these was a provincial governor in the old Mogul Empire
    $2000 10
This 1934 F. Scott Fitzgerald novel gets its nocturnal title from John Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Valerie Robert
$18,800 $4,000 $6,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
According to U.N. statistics, it's the most populous city in the Americas not attached to the mainland

Final scores:

Greg Valerie Robert
$17,600 $6,500 $4,399
6-day champion: $150,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Greg Valerie Robert
$16,600 $6,000 $12,200
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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