Show #7071 - Monday, May 18, 2015

Andrew Haringer game 3.

Contestants

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Fritz Brantley, a writer originally from Little Rock, Arkansas

Cindy de la Peña, a religious education coordinator from Southborough, Massachusetts

Andrew Haringer, a college instructor from Squamish, British Columbia, Canada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $39,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Now, because the History Channel, starting next Monday, will be airing a mini-series about Texas independence, the whole category is...)
TEXAS RISING
TV
YOU'LL "HANG" ON EVERY WORD
FEELING CHARITABLE
COMPOSERS
HOW SYMBOLIC
    $200 14
Susannah Dickinson & her child were among the few survivors at this mission chapel; remember, it was a battle cry
    $200 17
Here's a fun project: name this TV personality seen here
    $200 8
This children's game inspired "Wheel of Fortune"
    $200 10
The project named for this "Peanuts" character donates blankets to children in hospitals & shelters
    $200 1
He published "The Four Seasons" with poems that expressed what the music was intended to evoke about each season
    $200 2
At this event, the monarch receives a scepter to symbolize her power
    $400 15
Olivier Martinez plays this Mexican general who was first victorious but ultimately defeated in the Texas revolution
    $400 19
This long-running NBC Sunday morning news show began as a radio promotion for the American Mercury magazine
    $400 9
A favorite place to spend time
    $400 23
This program with a rhyming name that feeds the elderly started in WWII with nurses delivering food via prams to British servicemen
    DD: $1,000 4
He spent the summer of 1839 at Nohant, George Sand's country house
    $400 3
A plum = spring in these poems, as in Ransetsu's "On the plum tree, one blossom, one blossomworth of warmth"
    $600 16
Texas independence was sealed when 800 men defeated 1,500 Mexicans in this battle; the pronunciation battle goes on
    $600 20
The title couple met at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting on this CBS sitcom
    $600 11
"Monday head" is an old term for this condition
    $600 24
You get them just by using your credit card--give some to Fisher House & help get wounded soldiers to medical centers
    $600 5
The dancers could not hear the orchestra over the rioting audience when his "Rite of Spring" premiered
    $600 28
A longtime symbol of purity, it's more a symbol of greed in "Heart of Darkness" & in modern ecology
    $800 18
One of the first acts of the new Texas government was posting this law-enforcement group to defend the frontier
    $800 21
This "Good Morning America" anchor is in the women's Basketball Hall of Fame
    $800 12
It's the sport of flying in lightweight unpowered aircraft
    $800 25
This group whose name means "benevolence" sells donated items to fund its job-training programs
    $800 6
He was in Rome when he met his fellow countryman Henrik Ibsen
    $800 27
Different colors symbolize the army & the church, Julien Sorel's possible career paths in this Stendhal novel
    $1000 29
Played by Bill Paxton, he went from military hero to political leader as the first president of the new republic
    $1000 22
He's been a serious cop on the drama "Homicide" & a seriously funny cop on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
    $1000 13
Put all your toes over the edge of the surfboard
    $1000 26
Help victims of domestic violence by donating old these to Shelter Alliance, a program run by GRC Wireless
    $1000 7
An "L" of a great pianist as well as a composer, he composed the "Liebestraum" or "Love Dream" heard here
    $1000 30
Like laurel, it's a female first name & a symbolic plant, representing love in the bouquets of British royal brides

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

Andrew Cindy Fritz
$5,600 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Cindy Fritz
$7,000 $400 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN PRAISEBOOK
THE ELEMENTS
LITERARY CITIES
"R"OCKERS
EGG
ON YOUR FACE
    $400 1
Meisterwerk is the German art connoisseur's version of this word
    $400 8
Next time you're in this city, stop by Duke's Bar, where the martinis inspired Ian Fleming to make them 007's drink
    $400 13
"Sheena Is A Punk Rocker" was a gem by these 1-2-3-4 guys from Queens
    $400 5
There's nothing satanic about this hard-cooked-egg appetizer; the name means the dish was made with a hot or savory seasoning
    $400 25
You have this "timely" stubble--it's been a long day
    $800 10
"Michael, row the boat ashore", this word from the Hebrew for "praise"
    DD: $2,000 24
The gold standard in hip replacement isn't gold at all but this super-strong metal name for mythical figures
    DD: $4,000 7
L.A.'s corner of Hollywood Blvd. & Cahuenga, where this detective had an office, has been named Raymond Chandler Square
    $800 14
You can hear the anger in this Tom Morello band's song "Killing In The Name"
    $800 6
The young of some egg-laying species have this structure at the tip of the beak to break through the shell when hatched
    $800 26
It's clown-white makeup, red lipstick & black eyeliner to look like this type of performer
    $1200 11
In French a 16th century sultan is called Soliman le this
    $1200 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates with by mixing in a beaker.) When vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, water & table salt are mixed with a starch, a chemical reaction occurs; the solution turns purple, indicating this element was present in the salt
    $1200 2
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency in Alexander McCall Smith's novels is in Gaborone, capital of this nation
    $1200 15
With albums like "The King of Limbs" these English alt-rockers "creep" on to many favorite-band lists
    $1200 20
Averaging 6 inches in length & weighing about 3 pounds, the egg of this bird is the world's largest
    $1600 4
In Arabic it means "greater" & often follows "allahu"
    $1600 19
No. 100 on the periodic table is this artificially created element, named for an Italian-born physicist
    $1600 3
The intrigues & poisonings of this 1934 Robert Graves work take place in 1st century A.D. Rome
    $1600 16
This Beatles parody band featured Ron Nasty & Dirk McQuickly
    $1600 21
2 toasted English muffin halves, Canadian bacon & some hollandaise combine for this brunch dish
    $2000 12
In Japanese, it's yoku yatta; in the film "Whiplash" it's called the most harmful 2-word phrase in English
    $2000 23
The Ming Dynasty vase pictured here got its blue color from a glaze made with this element, No. 27
    $2000 9
Lawrence Durrell wrote an immense "quartet" of novels set in this African city
    $2000 17
"Talking In Your Sleep" was one of the '80s hits for these guys from Detroit
    $2000 22
The platypus & the echidna are members of this egg-laying order of mammals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Cindy Fritz
$13,400 $800 $16,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMATED MOVIE CHARACTERS
Her look was partly inspired by descendant Shirley "Little Dove" Custalow McGowan & by model Christy Turlington

Final scores:

Andrew Cindy Fritz
$6,400 $1,599 $6,399
3-day champion: $45,999 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Cindy Fritz
$9,600 $800 $15,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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