Show #7072 - Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Andrew Haringer game 4.

Contestants

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Liz Rapelye, a mother and writer from South Plainsfield, New Jersey

Todd Grabarsky, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California

Andrew Haringer, a college instructor from Squamish, British Columbia, Canada (whose 3-day cash winnings total $45,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NATO PHONETIC ALPHABET
CHARLIE
OSCAR
WHISKEY
SIERRA
COWS
    $200 27
A small museum devoted to the history of this barrier is located at Checkpoint Charlie on Friedrichstrasse
    $200 2
This film about a family of superheroes beat out "Shrek 2" & "Shark Tale" as 2004's Best Animated Feature
    $200 1
To be called Scotch, whisky must age for a minimum of 3 years in casks of this wood
    $200 15
The treasures of this chief mountain system in Mexico include silver & gold, mined there since the 16th century
    $200 23
This cow part is made up of 4 independent glands, each with its own teat
    $400 3
The title of this 2014 Best Picture refers to a superhero that Michael Keaton once played
    $400 12
As declared by Congress in 1964, the official native spirit of the United States is this type of whiskey
    $400 16
Sierra Negra volcano on Isabela Island in this Ecuadorian group has a caldera roughly 6 miles wide
    $400 24
Until a cow gives birth to a calf, she is known by this term that scoffs at the "I before E except after C" rule
    $600 4
Q:
7 1/2 million French speakers can't be wrong
    $600 21
Charles Townes shared the 1964 Nobel Prize in physics for his role in creating this light-emitting device
    $600 8
(Al Gore delivers the clue.) This film about my campaign to recognize climate change as a worldwide problem won the Oscar in 2006 for Best Documentary Feature
    $600 13
The Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 against taxes on booze took place in this state's Monongahela Valley
    $600 17
This country's General Manuel Belgrano peak is the highest point in the Sierra de Famatina, a range in the Andes
    $600 25
Cattlemen watch out for this weed so named because it makes cows act crazy
    $800 5
U:
As an adjective, it means "unvarying"
    $800 7
In the 1980s Congressman Charlie Wilson secretly steered money to rebels fighting the USSR in this country
    $800 9
1980's Best Picture nominees included 2 black & white films: "The Elephant Man" & this boxing film
    $800 11
This Tennessee man's career in the whiskey business started in 1863 while he was still a teenager
    $800 19
This New Mexico city renamed in 1950 for a radio game show is the seat of Sierra County
    $800 18
The black, polled beef cattle aka the Aberdeen this was introduced to the U.S. in 1873
    $1000 6
N:
Melville wrote of "a damp, drizzly" one "in my soul"
    DD: $4,800 22
In the 1850s this American inventor wrote "Gum-elastic and Its Varieties"
    $1000 10
She received 2 1982 acting Oscar nominations, both for playing actresses--a soap star & a '40s film star
    $1000 14
Sure, I'll take a glass of Russell's Reserve this, the third "R"
    $1000 20
The Sierra de Gata mountains in Spain & Portugal serve as a barrier between the basins of the Douro River & this river
    $1000 26
Developed in the same-named county in England, this breed is a big name in beef

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

Andrew Todd Liz
$4,000 $1,600 -$3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Todd Liz
$10,000 $1,400 -$3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

A VISIT TO SLEEPY HOLLOW
IT'S A "CUR"IOUS THING
FRENCH HISTORY
ENTERTAINMENT ADVERBS
LITERARY CAST OF CHARACTERS
ETERNAL DAN NATION
(Alex: You have to identify the current country of the Daniel referred to in the clue.)
    $400 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Sleepy Hollow, New York.) Among Sleepy Hollow Cemetery's notable residents is this titan of industry; his marker says, "Born Dunfermline Scotland 25 November 1835"
    $400 22
A treat for the feet including toenail trimming
    $400 7
France, you've lost a 1340 naval battle to England to start this war, but it's a long way from over--I mean a long way
    $400 21
"The rain in Spain stays" this way "in the plain"
    $400 20
Santiago &
Manolin
    $400 24
19th century nationalist leader Daniel O'Connell
    $800 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Sleepy Hollow, New York.) It was here in Sleepy Hollow's Patriots Park, on September 23rd, 1780, where three militamen captured John André, who held the plans of this man to turn over West Point to the British
    $800 8
It's the facility represented here during a 1789 event
    $800 10
It precedes "Ballroom" in a Baz Luhrmann title
    $800 17
Claude Frollo &
Esmeralda
    $800 19
Dan Aykroyd, before he crossed the streams
    $1200 28
The home called Kykuit, meaning "lookout", housed 4 generations of this family who founded Standard Oil
    $1200 9
France enjoyed a round of "Frere Jacques" in 1995 when he went from being mayor of Paris to the presidency
    $1200 4
Risky adverb Christopher Koch chose to complete his novel title "The Year of Living..."
    $1200 1
Elinor & Marianne Dashwood
    $1200 11
Longtime politician Daniel Akaka
    $1600 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Sleepy Hollow, New York.) A family mausoleum in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery contains this Queen of Mean hotel heiress, whose will left $12 million to her dog named Trouble
    $1600 27
It's caused by vitamin C deficiency
    $1600 14
In 1929 France began to build this "line" of heavy defensive fortifications against Germany
    $1600 5
Devotedly or staunchly; Journey sang, "I'm forever yours..." this
    $1600 2
Celie,
Nettie,
Shug Avery
    DD: $5,400 12
Dan Jacobson, author of 1959's "The Zulu and the Zeide"
    DD: $2,400 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Sleepy Hollow, New York.) In an 1849 letter, Washington Irving wrote, "Naming it" this "instead of the Sleepy Hollow cemetery was a blunder"; Irving also noted, "I shall one day lay my bones there", & was correct
    $2000 25
Its last car, a Grand Marquis, rolled off the assembly line in 2011
    $2000 16
In 1685 Louis XIV revoked the Edict of this, which had guaranteed freedom of worship to French Protestants
    $2000 6
In a Motels song title taken from Tennessee Williams, it comes before "Last Summer"
    $2000 3
Cecilia & Briony Tallis,
Robbie Turner
    $2000 18
Psychologist & 2002 Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Todd Liz
$13,200 $13,600 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN CITIES
The European Central Bank is based in this city sometimes called "Mainhattan"

Final scores:

Andrew Todd Liz
$26,400 $799 $5,800
4-day champion: $72,399 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Todd Liz
$9,400 $12,200 $7,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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