Show #7084 - Thursday, June 4, 2015

Contestants

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Jenny Orr, an attorney from Cleveland, Ohio

Addison Godel, a Ph.D. student in architectural history from Brooklyn, New York

Jami Griffeth, a character trainer originally from Lindenhurst, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOW TO DRAIN YOUR FLAGON
WRITERS FIRST NAME'S THE SAME
"ICE" PACK
SOURCE OF THE LATE NIGHT BIT
(Alex: You name the late night host who is responsible for those bits.)
FUN WITH COLORS
THE SOUTH PACIFIC
    $200 11
This "King of Beers" says it has "a delicate malt sweetness and balanced bitterness"
    $200 1
Eliot &
Sand
    $200 6
It can precede admiral, squad or versa
    $200 26
"Jaywalking"
    $200 16
Possibly from the Latin for "sky", cerulean is a shade of this color
    $200 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from off the coast of Mangareva Island.) Mangareva Island was part of a volcano that blew its top & collapsed, allowing a lagoon to form in this central part of the volcano, Spanish for cauldron
    $400 12
Alsace produces yummy pinot gris; in northern Italy, the same grape is called this
    $400 2
Sitwell &
Wharton
    $400 7
In social gatherings this type of opening line is used to ease tension
    $400 27
"Freestylin' with the Roots"
    $400 17
It can also mean a place that's extremely putt upon
    $400 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the South Pacific, wearing flowers on her head and around her neck.) As in Hawaii, flowers are a symbol of welcome in this capital of Tahiti
    $600 13
The two most popular types of port are the tawny & this sweeter one named for its color
    $600 3
McCullough &
Sedaris
    $600 8
3 times
    $600 28
"Celebrities Read Mean Tweets"
    $600 18
The Cincinnati Bengals have used black, white & this as their team colors since 1968
    $600 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from off the coast of Bora Bora.) The wide-spreading fins of this ray that's common in Polynesian waters led to its name, a Spanish word for blanket
    $800 14
It took a while to drain your flagon after pouring a 25.4-ounce can of this Australian beer that hit U.S. shelves in 1972
    $800 4
Wise Brown &
Atwood
    $800 9
This verb means to join at the ends: film or rope, for example
    $800 29
"Carnac the Magnificent"
    $800 19
The color with the shortest wavelength in the visible spectrum, it appears next to indigo in a rainbow
    $800 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Tahiti.) In 1891, this artist left France seeking a tropical paradise where he could paint and live on fish & fruit; he eventually arrived in Tahiti, living in a bamboo hut near here where he painted the sea, the landscape & the people around him
    $1000 15
It got a bad rap in the film "Sideways", but wine.com says it's the top grape for the Right Bank of Bordeaux
    $1000 5
Chopin &
DiCamillo
    $1000 10
It was so-named because its flavor resembles a combination of cloves, cinnamon & nutmeg
    $1000 30
"Will It Float?"
    $1000 20
A great horned owl has large eyes with irises of this color, which helps amplify incoming light
    DD: $2,000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the South Pacific.) These stone statues seen throughout the islands may represent deified ancestors in Tahitian mythology & are often placed outside of temples as protection

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

Jami Addison Jenny
$2,000 $2,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jami Addison Jenny
$2,200 $4,000 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
MYTHOLOGY
IN SO MANY WORDS
LET'S DUKE IT OUT
A FIFTH OF (COLIN) FIRTH
GEOGRAPH-"E"
(Alex: That "E" will come at the end of each correct response.)
    $400 11
Sadly, Mrs. McKinley became one September 14, 1901
    $400 6
Norse goddesses called norns include 3 who decide men's fates, each in charge of one of these 3 aspects of time
    $400 21
3 words:
George Mallory's 1923 reply to "Why did you want to climb Mt. Everest?"
    $400 16
In the early 17th c. the Duke de Lerma helped expel the Moriscos, or Christian Moors, from this country
    $400 26
Colin emerged as a bona fide heartrhrob after his wet shirt scene in this BBC adaptation
    $400 1
The North Pole is above this 2-word delineator of Earth's northern frigid zone
    $800 12
Unburnable, like some safes
    $800 7
This father of Icarus was hired to construct the Labyrinth & was then held prisoner
    $800 22
5 words:
2002 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees seen here
    $800 17
In 1880, 1886 & 1887 British statesman the Duke of Devonshire turned this job down--who needs the headaches?
    $800 2
A meridian is a line of this
    $1200 13
From the Greek for "time", this adjective can describe a medical disorder of long duration
    DD: $4,000 8
This Egyptian god's evil brother Set tricked him into lying down in a box that was thrown into the river
    $1200 23
3 words:
Classic Avis slogan extolling the company work ethic
    $1200 18
Second Consul of the French Empire, the Duke de Parme helped draft this egalitarian (for males) 1804 code
    $1200 3
Scottsbluff & Fort Robinson are in this western extension of Nebraska
    $1600 14
It's a German word for a beer hall, often in a basement
    $1600 9
Athena gave this Gorgon slayer a shield to use as a mirror when confronting Medusa
    $1600 24
2 words:
"Silent Cal" Coolidge's reply to a woman who'd bet she could get him to say at least 3 words
    DD: $4,000 19
The Duke of Northumberland (1504-1553) arranged for his son to marry this unfortunate lady in 1553; oops
    $1600 28
Colin Firth played Vermeer in this film with the name of a Vermeer painting
    $1600 4
Don't slip into this glacial fissure
    $2000 15
Not only are the three inner circles congruent, they're also this trig term to each other
    $2000 10
The Romans equated this god with the Norse god Wotan; both lent their names to the same day of the week
    $2000 25
One word:
The motto of ever-optimistic Rhode Island
    $2000 20
Henry IV was just Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford, when he pushed this cousin off his throne
    $2000 27
Amanda Bynes figures out that Colin Firth is her dad in this movie, also the name of a Christina Aguilera song
    $2000 5
A deep ravine or gulch, like the one mentioned in the name of a water impeder in Washington State

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jami Addison Jenny
$4,200 $20,400 $6,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOTORIOUS 20th CENTURY NAMES
Morton Sobell, a co-defendant with these 2, was also convicted but received a lighter sentence: 30 years in prison

Final scores:

Jami Addison Jenny
$1,000 $24,400 $4,399
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jami Addison Jenny
$4,200 $23,600 $6,400
9 R,
2 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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