Show #7110 - Friday, July 10, 2015

Contestants

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H.B. Taylor, a collaboration solution specialist from McKinney, Texas

Rob Seidenwurm, a real estate attorney from San Diego, California

Kathy Riley, a retired college professor from Winter Haven, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

MIXED BERRIES
OFFICIAL STATE MOTTOES
BOOK SEQUELS
(Alex: Next, we'll give you the book sequel. You give us the preceding book.)
LIVE "LONG"
PROSPER
LEONARD NIMOY
    $200 1
North American farmers harvest over 500 mil. lbs. annually of this "colorful" berry, including the rabbiteye type
    $200 28
This 6-word phrase about sticking together is Kentucky's state motto
    $200 6
Ira Levin's
"Son of Rosemary"
(1997)
    $200 16
The current record in this event has lasted 24 years (29 feet, 4.4 inches)
    $200 27
Did you buy $2,100 of stock in this Washington-based tech company in 1986 & sell in 1999? You made $1.4 million
    $200 30
The gesture called this planet's salute was inspired by a blessing Leonard saw being used in synagogue
    $400 7
Berry pie at the Chicken Dinner restaurant is a reminder of the heritage of this Buena Park, Calif. theme park
    $400 23
Sic semper tyrannis, "Thus always to tyrants", is the motto of this state
    $400 2
Larry McMurtry's
"Streets of Laredo"
(1993)
    $400 15
One degree of it is equal to about 69 miles at the equator
    $400 22
FORBES SAiD STEVE JOBS' BEST iNVESTMENT WAS BUYiNG THiS ANiMATiON COMPANY iN 1986 FOR $10 MiLLiON
    $400 25
Pre-"Star Trek", Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner, George Takei & James Doohan all appeared on this Rod Serling series
    $600 8
This berry is the principal flavoring agent of gin
    $600 19
South Carolina's motto is "Dum spiro spero", or "While I" do this, "I hope"
    $600 3
Helen Fielding's
"The Edge of Reason"
(1999)
    $600 9
Term for a 33 1/3 rpm phonograph disc
    $600 12
Au! This 2-named Wall Street firm said that in 2014 it "advised on... transactions valued at more than $1 trillion"
    $600 24
Among his many voice-only roles, Leonard played Sentinel Prime in the 3rd film in this blockbuster series
    $800 17
A taunt in "Monty Python & the Holy Grail" goes, "Your mother was a hamster & your father smelt of" these
    DD: $2,000 20
Michigan's motto mentions this type of land area
    $800 4
Alistair MacLean's
"Force 10 from Navarone"
(1968)
    $800 10
This literary character has a parrot named Cap'n Flint
    $800 13
He quit school at age 11 &, as a teen in 1810, bought his first boat; later, as a "commodore", he'd be worth $100 million
    $800 26
Leonard directed this 1987 comedy about bachelors looking after an abandoned infant
    $1000 18
A berry of the Pacific Northwest was named for the resemblance of its pinkish color to this fish
    $1000 21
This 3-word motto of Indiana refers to its place as a hub of highways
    $1000 5
Dodie Smith's
"The Starlight Barking"
(1967)
    $1000 11
Oyster Bay laps at its shores
    $1000 14
In English the name of this Mexican magnate means thin, but his wallet is fat--he & his family are worth $75 billion
    $1000 29
3-word title of the Nimoy-narrated late '70s TV series that explored the weird & the unusual

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Kathy Rob H.B.
$1,400 $4,600 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Rob H.B.
$3,600 $9,000 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TIME FOR YOUR FORMULA
COLLEGE PEOPLE
TV
MIDDLE EASTERN CAPITALS
HISTORIC OBJECTS
2- OR 12-LETTER WORDS
    $400 6
This "Father of Texas" has 2 Texas colleges named for him, one in Sherman & one in Nacogdoches
    $400 1
Though probably cast in bronze earlier, the artifact seen here had this duo added around 1400 A.D.
    $400 26
A shtnd. frm. of a wd. used to rep. the wle.
    DD: $3,700 18
You know the drill--WC is this carbide
    $800 7
In 1967 philanthropist Leonard Case's Institute of Technology united with this Cleveland school
    $800 11
Though she entered the world in 1984, somehow, from 2007 to 2012, this actress stayed 13
    $800 21
Its Old City is divided into Jewish, Armenian, Christian & Muslim Quarters
    $800 2
The ceremonial mace kept in the House of Reps. is a copy of the one destroyed when the Brits invaded D.C. in this year
    $800 23
Cue Julie Andrews: it's the syllable for the sixth tone of the diatonic scale
    $1200 19
Used in controlling snails & slugs on food crops, FePO4 is this type of phosphate
    $1200 8
Founded in 1867 & later attended by Thurgood Marshall, it was named for the first head of the Freedmen's Bureau
    $1200 10
In January 2014 Sasheer Zamata joined the cast of this show as its first black female cast member in 6 years
    $1200 15
This city on the Tigris river was founded in 762 as the capital of the Abbasid Dynasty
    $1200 3
A gold mask discovered in 1876 by Heinrich Schliemann is known by the name of this ancient Greek king
    $1200 22
In the book "Explorers", it precedes "Gama"
    $1600 20
H2SO4 is this acid used in batteries
    $1600 9
Bishop James Bayley named this Catholic school in South Orange, N.J. for his aunt, the first American-born saint
    $1600 12
This mismatch show was revived in 1982 with Demond Wilson & Ron Glass & again in 2015 with Thomas Lennon & Matthew Perry
    $1600 16
This capital's KAFD World Trade Centre rises 994 feet in the King Abdullah Financial District
    DD: $2,000 4
The stone that unlocked the language of the pharaohs was discovered in 1799 just outside this village
    $1600 24
Verily, it's the archaic British term that's used nominatively as the plural of thou
    $2000 13
This school was named for the Muncie, Indiana jar company founders who donated the land
    $2000 14
In 2000 William "Will Mega" Collins was the first contestant booted from the house on this reality show
    $2000 17
This Omani capital is dominated by the sultan's palace & 2 Portuguese forts built in the 16th century
    $2000 5
The St. James ossuary, said to have held bones of Jesus' brother, is inscribed in this language spoken by Jesus
    $2000 25
Bats use this process of emitting high-pitched sounds to navigate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Rob H.B.
$11,600 $7,700 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE
"I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel" is spoken to this title character by his creation

Final scores:

Kathy Rob H.B.
$7,799 $5,329 $23,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kathy Rob H.B.
$12,400 $11,400 $12,600
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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