Show #7104 - Thursday, July 2, 2015

Contestants

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Jon Lubin, an attorney originally from Stony Brook, New York

Elsa Angrist, a retired computer consultant from Arlington, Virginia

Alex Irvine, a writer originally from Ypsilanti, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

SOLE MEN
ALPHABETICALLY FIRST
ANIMALS, VEGETABLES, MINERALS
MULTI-BAND MUSICIANS
MIDDLE F
USS COD
(Sarah: Not as menacing a name as Shark or Barracuda, but she helped win the war in the Pacific.)
    $200 30
A German army medic named Kklaus was the "Doc" behind this boot brand
    $200 6
Of the colors in a rainbow
    $200 20
This mammal is nicknamed the "ship of the desert"
    $200 13
In 1972 he flew moderately "Hi, Hi, Hi" into the Top 40 with Wings; he was in another OK band before that one
    $200 1
Weighty, or a brand of garbage bag
    $200 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew bunks in the USS Cod in Cleveland, OH.) Living quarters on the Cod were cramped, with three crewmen taking turns sharing two bunks; the upper one I'm in, with extra headroom to accommodate the torpedo-loading hatch, was called this--a term for a top-floor, luxurious apartment
    $400 29
Wimbledon winner Stan Smith's classic shoes from this brand are white with green trim but no stripes
    $400 7
Of the U.S. automakers traditionally known as the big 3
    $400 21
The "lead" in pencils is actually clay mixed with this mineral, a form of carbon
    $400 19
The "S" in CSN, this musician made the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in that band & also in Buffalo Springfield
    $400 2
Toward the stern
    $400 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows off a torpedo tube on the USS Cod in Cleveland, OH.) Thanks to its torpedo data computer, the cod could fire guided weapons; a spindle slipped into the torpedo's side was used to set the course into an internal one of these spinning devices, from Greek for "circle watcher"
    DD: $1,000 28
His Basketball HOF bio says in 1921 he "hobbled into a Converse Chicago sales office complaining of sore feet"
    $600 8
Of Santa's reindeer in "A Visit from St. Nicholas"
    $600 22
Having short spikelike antlers & weighing about 20 pounds, the pudu is the smallest member of this animal family
    $600 18
After the White Stripes, he helped form the Raconteurs
    $600 3
To restrict movement, perhaps "to quarters"
    $600 25
(Kelly of the Clue Crew stands topside on the USS Cod in Cleveland, OH.) On her last patrol, the Cod rescued the men of a Dutch submarine stranded on a mid-ocean reef; to keep the Dutch boat out of enemy hands, the crew used torpedoes & on-deck guns to do this, meaning to intentionally sink a friendly ship
    $800 16
On Forbes' 2015 billionaires list, he's No. 35 with a Swoosh
    $800 9
Of countries in Africa
    $800 14
They've been described as looking like anemic carrots
    $800 12
Damon Albarn fronted Blur & this animated "animal" band that sang, "I ain't happy, I'm feeling glad, I got sunshine in a bag"
    $800 4
If I imply, it's up to you to do this, surmise my meaning
    $800 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from inside the USS Cod in Cleveland, OH.) On May 10, 1944, the Cod fought its biggest battle; after engaging a convoy & sinking a destroyer, the crew stayed submerged for 12 hours in temperatures over 110 degrees, sweating out an attack by more than 70 of these underwater bombs
    $1000 17
Nathan was the first name of this man who patterned his "Original" Desert Boot after 8th Army footwear
    $1000 10
Of the 3 basic orders of ancient Greek columns
    $1000 15
The name of this mineral is from the Greek for "fire"; as well as fooling gold-seekers, it produced the spark in wheel-lock guns
    $1000 11
Brandon Bush de-Train-ed, saying "all I want to do" is tour with his brother Kristian & Jennifer Nettles in this country band
    $1000 5
Unholy or pagan
    $1000 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the deck of the USS Cod in Cleveland, OH.) The Cod's conning tower records her 47 combat victories--21 ships & 26 smaller vessels; most of them took place while on patrol in this sea, between the Philippines & Vietnam

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

Alex Elsa Jon
-$600 $3,400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Elsa Jon
$3,200 $4,200 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MONARCHS OF ENGLAND
U.S. MARSHALS
STATE CAPITAL NICKNAMES
POP CULTURE MICE
LITERATURE OF THE EARLY 1800s
"SALT" & "PEPPER"
    $400 3
In 1842 she survived an assassination attempt by a dwarf
    $400 17
The oldest federal law-enforcement agency, the U.S. Marshals were established when this man signed the 1789 Judiciary Act
    $400 9
"Florida's Beginning Point"
    $400 20
Mickey's better half, she's been with him right from the beginning in 1928's "Steamboat Willie"
    $400 1
Friedrich Schiller's drama about William Tell includes the scene where he shoots one of these off his son's head
    $400 26
"Back to" these means returning to work, whether you labor underground or not
    $800 5
This monarch married his brother's widow
    $800 18
Since 1971, the Marshals have given more than 18,000 people a new start via WITSEC, this program
    $800 10
"The Insurance Capital of the World"
    $800 22
This cartoon hero is famous for proclaiming, "Here I come to save the day"
    $800 4
The first volume of a work by these brothers contained 86 stories, including "The Frog King" & "Sleeping Beauty"
    $800 27
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus called his listeners this, meaning they were the best of society
    $1200 6
The restoration of King Charles II in 1660 also restored this royal house
    $1200 21
Each year Marshals move some 100,000 prisoners on an airline nicknamed this, like a 1997 Nicolas Cage film
    DD: $2,000 12
"Crabtown"
    $1200 23
On PBS a mouse named Angelina seeks this rhyming artistic vocation
    $1200 11
Sir Walter Scott's Waverley novels include "A Legend of Montrose" & one about this alliterative Scottish outlaw
    $1200 2
A 1978 film featured Peter Frampton as Billy Shears & Billy Preston as this "military" title character
    $1600 7
She married the future king of Spain in Winchester Cathedral in 1554
    $1600 28
The Marshals don't just chase bad guys; from 1790 to 1870, they were responsible for taking this every 10 years
    $1600 13
"The Live Music Capital of the World"
    $1600 24
A money-strapped duchy decides to declare war on the U.S. in the book & movie "The Mouse that" did this
    DD: $4,000 14
A father, a mother & 4 sons are shipwrecked on a desert isle in this Johann David Wyss adventure tale
    $2000 8
He's seen here in 1910, the year he became king following the death of his father, Edward VII
    $2000 25
In 1962 and 1963, Marshals gave round-the-clock protection to this University of Mississippi student
    $2000 16
"Queen City of the Rockies"--Denver or this city
    $2000 19
Brian Burton has been part of Gnarls Barkley & "The Grey Album" under this name
    $2000 15
This romantic poet who penned "To a Skylark" also waxed political with essays like "The Necessity of Atheism"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Elsa Jon
$16,400 $14,200 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN ARTISTS
In 1890 a critic said this artist "directs his brush with enormous dabs of impasto of very pure color in sinuous trails"

Final scores:

Alex Elsa Jon
$4,399 $4,200 $15,599
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $15,599

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Elsa Jon
$13,600 $14,200 $7,000
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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