Show #7121 - Monday, July 27, 2015

Scott Lord game 6.
Alex Trebek's audio was re-recorded when his voice recovered.

Contestants

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Luke McQuage, an engineer originally from Austin, Texas

Suzanne Vito, a writer from Albany, California

Scott Lord, a construction attorney from Santa Monica, California (whose 5-day cash winnings total $108,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE OF THE ESTATE
(Alex: We'll give you the estate.)
MY LITTLE PONY NAMES
FOOD & DRINK
TECH SAVVY
BIOGRAPHIES
IN B__W
    $200 16
Hearst Castle
    $200 21
Nickname of Charles Luciano
    $200 6
Served as appetizers, usually with a dip, crudites are raw these
    $200 26
If this happens to your cell phone, try leaving the frame & battery in uncooked rice
    $200 1
He was the subject of a 2013 biography called "A Curious Man"; believe it or not
    $200 15
It's the sweet treat seen here
    $400 11
George Washington's Mount Vernon
    $400 22
A player who hits the ball very hard, or the Louisville bat he uses
    $400 8
One story of how this fruit drink got its pink version involves a circus vendor & a pair of red tights soaking in water
    $400 27
If you'd prefer your buddy's Facebook photos not I.D. you as his wingman, turn off this feature
    $400 2
This artist "and the Pope's Ceiling" tells the drama behind the making of a masterpiece
    $400 17
Familial relationship of Stanley Kowalski to Blanche DuBois
    $600 7
Theodore Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill
    $600 23
In a fairy tale, she breaks into a house & sleeps on some beds
    $600 12
In this 2004 film Miles & Jack sip Pinot noir & wander the California wine country
    $600 28
This word also meaning "an equal" is the P in P2P file sharing
    $600 3
Chris Matthews chronicled the relationship between a Speaker of the House & Pres. Reagan in him "and the Gipper"
    $600 18
It's the architectural feature of the room seen here
    $800 9
Built by Alfred I. DuPont, Nemours Mansion
    $800 24
Sea creature that adheres firmly to rocks & to the bottom of ships
    $800 13
By definition, in Italy it's what is served in a gelateria
    $800 29
National Park fans will know that Apple's 2015 operating system is known as "OS X" this
    $800 4
"The Secret History of" this comics heroine is a bio of her creator William Marston, inventor of the lie detector
    $800 19
To confer upon, as a gift
    $1000 10
The Vanderbilts' summer "cottage", The Breakers
    $1000 25
Spinal Tap had several of these; one spontaneously combusted
    $1000 14
During Hoover's 1928 presidential campaign, the Republicans promised one of these offerings
    $1000 30
It can mean to parody in a goofy way, or to deceptively send an email from someone else's address
    DD: $1,000 5
A biography of this nobleman goes beyond the boxing rules he devised & his accusations against Oscar Wilde
    $1000 20
As a noun, it's a surge of the sea; as a verb it means to puff out

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

Scott Suzanne Luke
$2,600 $5,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Suzanne Luke
$4,400 $10,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
COMPOUND WORDS
GERMAN LIT
GEOGRAPHER'S "D"ICTIONARY
POP MUSIC
IN COLOR
    $400 1
The Templars were formed in this city around 1120 to protect pilgrims left defenseless after crusaders went home
    $400 11
On social media the abbreviation TBT means it's this kind of Thursday
    $400 16
A 13th century Gottfried von Strassburg story retells a Celtic tale of the doomed lovers Tristan & her
    $400 26
To find this figure for Trebekistan, divide the population by the area
    $400 2
This first No. 1 hit by ABBA says "Young and sweet, only 17"
    $400 21
Ignored for almost 150 years, this U.S. military award was reintroduced on February 22, 1932
    $800 3
In the 1140s this was added to the Knights' white mantle as a symbol of Christian martyrdom
    $800 12
Chris Christie gave this kind of address at the 2012 Republican National Convention
    $800 17
He was original in extolling "The Sorrows of Young Werther", a novel in the form of letters, in 1774
    $800 30
Down, down into this type of area in an ocean, like the 5,900-fathom Emden one near the Philippines
    $800 6
"Everything Has Changed" is by Taylor Swift & this redheaded Brit
    $800 22
The Bible's "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them" is known as this
    $1200 4
Like an expert in chess, the highest authority in the Templars was called this; Jacques de Molay was the last
    $1200 13
Dale Evans' horse was named this, like a dairy drink
    $1200 18
Oskar Matzerath is the musician who never grew up in this 1959 Gunter Grass book
    $1200 29
Yes, Chip, this term is used is used mainly in Northern England for a broad open valley
    $1200 8
Cat on "Sam & Cat", she had a Top 5 hit in 2014 with "Break Free"
    $1200 23
This animal was once thought to bear the Devil's mark in its wool, which is perhaps why it came to symbolize disgrace
    $1600 5
The Templars helped out 12th c. King Alfonso I against these invaders & he bequeathed them Aragon
    $1600 14
Eisenhower said, "The search for" this animal of blame "is the easiest of all hunting expeditions"
    $1600 19
We bring in 'da noise, we bring in 'da Cornelia Funke, whose novels include this"heart" & this"spell"
    DD: $3,000 28
1/360th of the Earth's circumference
    $1600 9
In 1994 this trio had its second No. 1 album, "Ill Communication"
    $1600 24
Notorious name of a herbicide mixture of 2,4-D & 2,4,5-T, used in Vietnam
    $2000 7
After the fall of Acre in 1291, the Knights Templar moved their headquarters to this large island west of Syria
    $2000 15
Poet William Carlos Williams wrote that "so much depends on a red" one of these conveyances
    $2000 20
1815 is the estimated time of arrival of "The Devil's Elixer" by this author
    $2000 27
Natural process by which arid lands become even less fertile; it happens a lot in Africa
    $2000 10
Will you remember this Canadian woman who sang "I Will Remember You"
    DD: $3,000 25
These, now meaning "Credit for deeds done", may have come from a measure of young Girl Scouts' achievements

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Suzanne Luke
$8,000 $12,800 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSIC
The first movement of the 1888 suite named for her is titled "The Sea and Sindbad's Ship"

Final scores:

Scott Suzanne Luke
$0 $9,500 $7,900
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,500 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Scott Suzanne Luke
$8,000 $12,800 $10,000
14 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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