Show #7111 - Monday, July 13, 2015

Contestants

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Lauren Donahoo, a tutor and recreation facilitator from Chicago, Illinois

Phil Salathé, a teacher and composer from Rocky Point, New York

H.B. Taylor, a collaboration solution specialist from McKinney, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC HANDSHAKES
TOYS "R" US
D.C.-AREA LANDMARKS
REALITY TV HOSTS
(Alex: Then we'll gave you the [*]. You name the reality competition show currently hosted by those people.)
COMPARING
APPLES & ORANGES
    $200 26
While attending Boys Nation in Washington, D.C., on July 24, 1963, this future president shook hands with JFK
    $200 1
A Hungarian professor designed the prototype of this puzzle in 1974; by the 1980s, it was a sensation
    $200 21
Established in 1921, it bears the inscription "Here rests in honored glory an American soldier known but to God"
    $200 6
Ryan Seacrest
    $200 11
A math axiom says a line is this superlative distance between 2 points on a flat surface
    $200 16
Too bitter to eat fresh, the Seville orange is used to make these after-dinner beverages like Cointreau & Curacao
    DD: $1,000 27
In 1977, Jimmy Carter said this leader was "an island of stability"; two years later, he was overthrown
    $400 5
This smiling gal with yarn for hair was the subject of a U.S. patent issued in September 1915
    $400 22
In the 1860s Constantino Brumidi painted the fresco for the dome of this building's rotunda
    $400 7
Tom Bergeron
    $400 12
This irregular comparative describes a wise, experienced "statesman"
    $400 17
Known for its apple juice & sparkling cider, this company has been selling its products since 1868
    $600 28
When Elvis Presley met Richard Nixon in December 1970, the King told the President that this British group was anti-American
    $600 4
Someone's block will be knocked off when the Blue Bomber takes on the Red Rocker in this 5-word game
    $600 23
This 146-acre stretch of lawn has been called "America's front yard"
    $600 8
Padma Lakshmi
    $600 13
Superlative in the Queen's question to her mirror in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
    $600 18
Rivaling the Red Delicious as the most popular apple in the U.S. are the Fuji & this 4-letter apple from New Zealand
    $800 29
Shortly after the handshake seen here, this prime minister, on the left, claimed there would be "peace for our time"
    $800 2
In 1999 this classic toy wagon landed at the National Toy Hall of Fame
    $800 24
A statue of Puck graces this Shakespeare library
    $800 9
Nick Cannon
    $800 14
Boxer Bob Fitzsimmons gets credit for the line that contains "bigger" & this other comparative
    $800 19
Jaffa oranges are a sweet variety named for a port in this present country
    $1000 30
During a thaw in the Cold War, Alexey Leonov & Thomas Stafford shook hands after these two spacecraft docked in July 1975
    $1000 3
I got a brand new pair of Riedell 911 Jammer Jams, these
    $1000 25
The figure of this 20th century man is carved into the "Stone of Hope", which stands past the "Mountain of Despair"
    $1000 10
Chris Harrison
    $1000 15
Toni Morrison titled a novel "The" this superlative "Eye"
    $1000 20
With its deep red flesh, the Moro variety of this orange is not for the squeamish

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

H.B. Phil Lauren
$200 $800 $6,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

H.B. Phil Lauren
$2,400 $4,200 $8,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE BEGINNING OF THE PLAY
A GLOBAL CATEGORY
MOVIE MUSIC
"ROID" RAGE
ARTISTS & THEIR SUBJECTS
(Alex: And finally, fans of this show from two or three decades ago will love this category...)
RETURN OF THE WOOD
    $400 18
As this play begins, "Savage whispers fill the theater... Salieri!... Salieri!... Salieri! "
    $400 17
From France in the west to Albania in the east, this mountain range spans a dozen countries
    $400 7
Aerosmith's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" was featured in this doomsday flick
    $400 1
(Neil deGrasse Tyson delivers the clue.) I was honored in 2001 when one of these small rocky objects originally designated "1994 KA" was named for me by the International Astronomical Union
    $400 24
Legend says Simonetta Vespucci was the model for Botticelli's "The Birth of" this goddess of love
    $400 23
A Con Ed electric safety brochure advises using a fiberglass or wooden one around power lines, never metal
    $800 21
Act I, scene i of this Shakespeare play: a "noise of thunder and lightning heard. Enter a ship-master and a boatswain"
    $800 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In central London, the British National Gallery of Art, St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Charing Cross, &, of course, a famous column are found on this square
    $800 8
This 1965 film gave us "Lara's Theme"
    $800 6
This word comes from Greek words meaning "human form"
    $800 30
He painted himself after he moved to Giverny in 1883
    $800 26
This mythic ship's prow was made of wood from the sacred Talking Tree of Dodona & it talked to Jason & the crew
    DD: $2,400 20
Act I of this play opens in a small bedroom in the home of Reverend Samuel Parris, Salem, Mass., in the spring of 1692
    $1200 13
Heading straight south from San Diego into Mexico, the first city you'll encounter is this border resort
    $1200 9
The Michelle Pfeiffer pfilm "Dangerous Minds" produced this heavenly hit from Coolio
    $1200 4
To decorate with needlework
    $1200 27
Delacroix' unfinished painting of Chopin & this lover was later cut in 2; each is now displayed in a different museum
    $1200 11
The wood of the Eastern red & incense species of this tree is popular for pencils
    $1600 19
In one stage adaptation, it's set in "the jury room of a New York court of law"--the time is 1954
    $1600 14
It's the biggest desert that includes part of China
    $1600 5
"(Best That You Can Do)" is in the title of the theme from this Dudley Moore comedy
    $1600 2
The gland where you might get a goiter
    $1600 28
Artist who painted the 1948 work seen here that features a Maine neighbor who suffered from polio
    $1600 12
The King James Bible says Noah's Ark was constructed from this "beastly" wood--maybe cypress
    $2000 22
"Vivian Bearing walks on the empty stage pushing her IV pole. She is fifty, tall and very thin, barefoot, and completely bald"
    $2000 15
The Guanacaste Mountains are found in this peaceful country known as the Switzerland of Central America
    $2000 10
"Tubular Bells" was in this 1973 scarefest
    $2000 3
This adjective is the "NS" in "NSAID"
    DD: $4,800 29
Scottish historian Thomas Carlyle was the subject of his 1872-73 work "Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2"
    $2000 25
Xylocopa, a large bee that tunnels into wood to nest, is known by this occupational name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

H.B. Phil Lauren
$0 $22,600 $10,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN PRODUCTS
In 1913 this cleaning item was born when its creators named it from a word meaning "bright" or "shining"

Final scores:

H.B. Phil Lauren
$0 $22,600 $10,198
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,600 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

H.B. Phil Lauren
$4,200 $21,400 $10,200
9 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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