Show #7065 - Friday, May 8, 2015

Andrew Haringer game 2.

Contestants

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Louis Virtel, a journalist and comic originally from Lemont, Illinois

Mary Green, a college instructor from Milton, Georgia

Andrew Haringer, a college instructor from Squamish, British Columbia, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

LET'S HAVE LEFTOVERS
THE SETTING, SON
HOMOPHONIC PAIRS
FADS & FASHIONS
FIRST LADY FIRST NAMES
NASCAR
    $200 16
Have leftover bread? Perfect for breadcrumbs, or cube it to make these, which give your salad crunch
    $200 1
Nelson Algren grew up in this "Second City" & made it the setting of his second novel, "Never Come Morning"
    $200 8
A reasonable cab rate
    $200 21
In 1974 this fad of running around completely bare uncovered itself on several college campuses
    $200 2
Mary
    $200 27
(I'm Kyle Busch.) Now racing alongside the Fords & Chevys, this foreign automaker entered NASCAR Sprint Cup racing in 2007 & I earned its first regular season victory in a Camry
    $400 17
It's the French-derived name of both the baking dish & a layered type of food item, a perfect way to serve leftovers
    $400 4
"Porgy and Bess" wasn't produced in this city, its setting, until the city's tricentennial festivities in 1970
    $400 9
A labyrinth made of corn
    $400 22
Striking a prayerful pose on one knee isn't called Timming but this
    $400 3
Bess
    $400 30
(I'm Matt Kenseth.) NASCAR is a team sport, & I was so proud of mine in 2002 when they won their second straight Unocal 76/Rockingham competition for these groups
    $600 18
Thanksgiving leftovers? Make a rich cream sauce containing mushrooms for turkey a la this--it's fit for one
    $600 5
Montauk, Long Island co-stars on this Showtime drama about a novelist, a waitress & their fling
    $600 10
Loud, mournful cry from a large cetacean
    DD: $3,200 23
Urban Dictionary says these "are organized via mass communications to come together... perform... then disperse"
    $600 14
Lucy
    $600 29
(I'm Joey Logano.) To designate these drivers on the track, NASCAR affixes a yellow stripe on the rear bumpers of their cars so veterans can be more cautious around them
    $800 19
Right after Easter comes a national week for this dish, made from leftover items decorated for Easter
    $800 6
This Robert E. Howard creation wreaks havoc in Cimmeria & is also called "the Cimmerian"
    $800 11
Sells foot-operated parts for your bike
    $800 24
The 1950s Davy Crockett craze sent the price of these pelts from 25 cents to $8 a pound
    $800 13
Edith
(one of 2)
    $800 28
(I'm Jeff Gordon.) Known as the "Great American Race", this Florida competition has been the traditional opening race for the NASCAR Sprint Cup series since 1982
    $1000 20
What to do with leftover mashed potatoes & cooked cabbage? Make the British dish called bubble & this
    $1000 7
A 1946 film was titled after this London asylum, a synonym for lunacy; Boris Karloff is the sadistic head
    $1000 15
A jackass from Manhattan, the Bronx or Queens
    $1000 25
In the 1920s folks got all fired up about sitting at the top of these, sometimes for weeks at a time
    $1000 12
Frances
    $1000 26
(I'm Denny Hamlin.) It's the process of 2 or more cars moving in close nose-to-tail formation to reduce air resistance & increase speed around the track

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

Andrew Mary Louis
$4,000 -$400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Mary Louis
$12,200 $800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

LET'S HAVE LEFTOVERS
4-WORD EXCHANGE
A. MILLER'S TALES
STEPPE BY STEPPE
WHAT AN INVENTION
"B"ILLBOARD HITS
    $400 16
On the slopes, types of these include J-bar, T-bar & poma
    $400 27
In Exodus 5:1 in the KJV, it's Moses' command to Pharaoh
    $400 11
Arthur Miller's only Pulitzer Prize came in 1949 for this play
    $400 25
The Rajasthan Steppe covers 55,000 square miles in the northwest of this country
    $400 18
Fictional boy inventor Tom Swift inspired the T & S in this stun gun's name
    $400 5
Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj teamed up for this song with a double-talk name
    $800 28
This Baptist university in Waco is named for a man who served as a judge in Texas
    $800 12
The Declaration of Independence mentions the unalienable rights of "life, liberty and" this
    $800 10
"My Three Sons" was a TV show; Arthur Miller's first major play had this similar title
    $800 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) The Great Steppe of Eurasia, which for millennia gave horsemen from the East a highway to Europe, is grassland, stretching 4,000 miles from China to the mouth of this river on the Black Sea
    $800 19
In 1951 Al Gross developed a cordless one
    $800 1
This Who title completes the lyric "No one knows what it's like to be the bad man, to be the sad man..."
    $1200 30
The tail of this primate is about the length of its body--10 to 16 inches; reminds me of the rodent in its name
    $1200 6
"The law of the jungle" is equated with this phrase that Darwin actually attributed to Herbert Spencer
    $1200 7
Miller wrote the screenplay for "The Misfits", the last feature film for both Clark Gable & this actress
    $1200 17
Steppes aren't just an Asian thing; the middle steppe of this mtn. range covers 81,000 square miles of Idaho & Montana
    $1200 21
In 1888 John Dunlop developed pneumatic ones
    $1200 2
"This is the web, web that you weave", says this song by Iggy Azalea
    $1600 15
Using negotiations & protests, this organization got McDonald's to improve conditions for its farmed animals
    $1600 14
Chapter 1 of this Mark Twain memoir talks about "The River and its History"
    DD: $5,000 8
Arthur Miller thought 1690s Salem was relevant to 1950s America when he wrote this play
    $1600 20
The Karshi Steppe lies to the southwest of Tashkent in this "stan"
    DD: $5,000 22
Intel's Ajay Bhatt came up with this 3-letter data transfer method
    $1600 3
The cover of this Meat Loaf album shows a man riding a motorcycle that's shooting out of the ground in a graveyard
    $2000 29
Johnny Mercer immortalized in song the railway that linked by train (& name) Atchison, Topeka & this city
    $2000 13
It's the full 4-word name of the regal dog breed seen here
    $2000 9
"After the Fall" is set at this airport in 1962, before it was renamed for JFK
    $2000 24
The Volga-Don Steppes were the center of this empire's Golden Horde khanate
    $2000 23
This respirator for polio sufferers came along in 1928
    $2000 4
Flamenco guitars are featured on this Enrique Iglesias hit whose title is Spanish for "dancing"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Mary Louis
$15,400 $10,000 $16,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC SITES
On August 15, 1941 convicted Nazi spy Josef Jakobs became the last person to be put to death here

Final scores:

Andrew Mary Louis
$30,800 $500 $1,199
2-day champion: $39,599 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Mary Louis
$12,800 $10,000 $17,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
11 R,
4 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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