Show #7113 - Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Contestants

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Alyson Lamble, an account executive originally from Kansas City, Missouri

John Hendel, a playwright from Los Angeles, California

Ben Hemmens, a stay-at-home dad from Falls Church, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

"F" IN GEOGRAPHY
WORDPLAY-POURRI
SHOW YOUR METAL IN POP CULTURE
CEOs
LIVING SPACES
PUT 'EM IN ORDER
(Alex: --chronological order for us.)
    $200 16
This mountain is sacred to the Shinto goddess Sengen-Sama
    $200 1
Palindrome:
A brothel boss
    $200 3
This surfer made his first appearance in 1966 in "Fantastic Four" No. 48
    $200 11
In 2013 this Facebook CEO ranked first on a list of the world's highest-rated CEOs
    $200 18
Floating residence of tough guys MacGyver & Travis McGee
    $200 26
Christo,
Rembrandt,
Michelangelo
    $400 17
Be careful here--the capital of Kentucky was named after a settler with this last name
    $400 2
Starts & ends with P:
Adjective meaning fleshy or fat
    $400 4
Brad Bird directed a 1999 animated film about this giant
    $400 12
Flo could tell you Glenn Renwick became president & CEO of this insurance company in 2001
    $400 19
Dome-shaped dwelling made from frozen dihydrogen monoxide blocks
    $400 27
Ptolemy,
Copernicus,
Dante
    $600 23
Each of Belgium's 3 official regions, Wallonia, Brussels & this one, has its own parliament
    $600 8
Before & after:
A creepy man who looks through windows at night QBs the Patriots
    $600 5
A Kevin Costner movie taught us the hole in golf is also called this "cup"
    $600 13
At this website for professional networking, you can connect with its CEO, Jeff Weiner
    $600 20
The name of this shelter was in use by the time of the Civil War & refers to its resemblance to a dog kennel
    $600 28
Montezuma,
Tecumseh,
Geronimo
    $800 24
Ports on this gulf include Tallinn & Helsinki
    $800 9
Anagram:
OK CHARMS becomes this Irish item
    $800 6
In the 1930s Orson Welles & John Houseman co-founded this theatre
    $800 14
This pioneer of online retail has also launched his own space flight company
    $800 21
From Latin for "things to be done", it's the main dwelling on a ranch in Spain or Latin America
    $800 29
Plato,
Aristotle,
Socrates
    $1000 25
This Morocco city's older area, the Medina, is said to be the world's most complete Medieval city
    $1000 10
"Z" word on the street:
Let's play Pyramid--it's a Babylonian temple
    $1000 7
allmusic.com gives 4 1/2 stars to the band Live's album "Throwing" this
    DD: $1,000 15
Since 1980 co-founder John Mackey has been CEO of this, "America's healthiest grocery store"
    $1000 22
It's a set of buildings for housing soldiers in garrison, like the one for the U.S. Marines in Washington, D.C.
    $1000 30
Charlemagne,
Justinian,
Saladin

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

Ben John Alyson
$3,000 $3,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben John Alyson
$7,000 $3,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

AFTERNOON TEA
SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
FICTION
SPORTS INJURIES
ALL THAT JAZZ
SIX RHYMES
(Alex: Each correct response will be something that rhymes with the word "six", the number six.)
    $400 16
Twinings says to allow the proper amount of time for the tea to do this, meaning to brew; 2-4 minutes is right for black tea
    $400 11
John Witherspoon, the only clergyman to sign, studied divinity at the U. of St. Andrews in this U.K. country
    $400 1
This fictional saga is primarily set in the real town of Forks, Washington
    $400 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates.) One way to reduce injuries is to properly stretch; you can use a towel to help stretch out this group of long muscles at the back of the thigh
    $400 24
Albums recorded by this drummer include "Stick It" & "Buddy & Soul"
    $400 3
They made 3 straight trips to the NBA Finals in the 1950s but lost each time
    $800 17
Like English muffins, these should be riddled with holes to soak up all that butter; wash them down with tea
    $800 12
2 of the 3 signers who later served as vice president of the United States
    $800 2
Of Jane Austen's 6 complete novels, this one has the shortest title
    $800 20
For a soft tissue injury such as a sprain or strain, RICE is recommended--that is rest, ice, compression & this
    $800 25
Around 1940 tenor saxophonist John Sims was nicknamed after this then-popular suit with baggy trousers & oversized jacket
    $800 4
An underhanded arrangement, perhaps a bribe; it's all arranged, this "is in"
    $1200 18
A must for your scones, clotted cream is also named after this shire
    $1200 13
Francis Lightfoot & his brother Richard Henry were members of this family of old Virginia
    $1200 7
It was originally published as "El amor en los tiempos del colera"
    $1200 21
One of the most common soccer injuries is a sprain to this joint where the tibia, fibula & talus meet
    $1200 26
"Ain't Misbehavin'" is a biography of this jazz great written by his manager Ed Kirkeby
    $1200 5
Gorton's calls these food items "kid-pleasing favorites"
    DD: $1,000 27
It sounds appropriate to show a quartet of these tea cakes, though the French name does not refer to a number
    $1600 14
Charles Carroll, a Catholic from this state, died in 1832 at the age of 95, the last surviving signer
    DD: $3,000 8
Chapter 8 in this book is "Two More Golden Tickets Found"
    $1600 22
An athlete who had the wind knocked out of him likely had a blow to this network of nerves behind the stomach
    $1600 6
Everybody comes to this gin joint in "Casablanca"
    $2000 15
While serving in the Continental Congress, William Whipple left to fight Burgoyne in the 1777 battle for this N.Y. place
    $2000 9
This Willa Cather novel tells of Alexandra Bergson's life on the Nebraska prairies
    $2000 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical diagram on the monitor.) Injuries to the knee include a common one in tennis; when it's twisted with the foot planted on the ground, that can tear this pad of cartilage that cushions the knee
    $2000 10
He's the 19th century Quaker, ex-sign painter & folk artist whose work is seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben John Alyson
$16,200 $8,000 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
On the completion of this in 1937, its chief engineer wrote, "At last the mighty task is done; Resplendent in the western sun"

Final scores:

Ben John Alyson
$16,399 $8,399 $3,800
2-day champion: $43,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben John Alyson
$15,400 $8,000 $3,800
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
6 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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