Show #7124 - Thursday, July 30, 2015

Some of Alex Trebek's audio was re-recorded when his voice recovered.

Contestants

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Andy King, a high school principal originally from Chatham Center, New York

Amanda Bruchs, an attorney from Silver Spring, Maryland

Colby Potter, a policy analyst originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $200)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT'S YOUR NAME?
POTPOURRI
BATTLES IN THE WAR
Y BEFORE E
(Alex: And the "Y" is immediately before the letter "E" in each correct response.)
COMEDIC TV PARTNERS
MEDICAL HISTORY
(Kelly: Some dead ends and some early versions of standard modern instruments from Cleveland's Dittrick Medical History Center.)
    $200 25
Just excellent:
____-dandy
    $200 6
Ernie is one of the spokeselves for this snack brand
    $200 1
Cowpens &
Trenton
    $200 20
Take a look at this term describing a flight taking off at 1 in the morning
    $200 11
Conan O'Brien
    $200 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Dittrick Medical History Center in Cleveland, OH.) At one time a piece of cutting-edge technology, the atomizer sprayed carbolic acid to provide this type of surgical environment, pioneered by Joseph Lister
    $400 12
Salute this flag, you scurvy dogs:
Jolly ____
    $400 7
Around 1880 John Milne invented a horizontal pendulum type of this instrument that records tremors
    $400 2
Goose Green &
Darwin,
in 1982
    $400 21
It's Russian for "no"
    $400 13
Carrie Brownstein
    $400 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Dittrick Medical History Center in Cleveland, OH.) An earlier version of the Travenol used a Maytag washing machine as its tank--fitting, as it cleansed waste from a patient's blood, acting as an artificial one of these organs
    $600 14
Used to rub out dirty rats & squealers:
____ gun
    $600 8
This king of Ancient Egypt's 19th dynasty was known for his extensive building programs
    $600 3
Las Guasimas &
San Juan Hill
    $600 22
Big, hairy Himalayan creature of legend
    $600 17
(Keegan-Michael) Key
    $600 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Dittrick Medical History Center in Cleveland, OH.) It looks more like an old-fashioned sewing machine, but it's actually a 1920 model of this device that records the electrical activity of the heart
    $800 15
Used to determine perpendicularity:
Plumb ____
    $800 9
This alphanumeric group got its start in 1902 with either the Tomato Club or the Corn Growing Club
    $800 4
Balaklava &
Sevastopol
    $800 23
One is an affirmative vote in British Parliament & the other, in our Congress; we need both
    $800 18
(Dan) Rowan
    $800 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Dittrick Medical History Center in Cleveland, OH.) 19th-century doctors thought that the brain shrank & grew with use, leaving corresponding contours on the skull, which were read to determine a person's abilities and traits, using the 3-D bust as a reference guide in this pseudo-science
    $1000 16
A popular tropical aquarium fish:
Black ____
    $1000 10
In the early 1800s Sequoyah created a syllabary of this Native American language
    $1000 5
St. Albans &
Towton
(near York)
    $1000 24
Hot type of pepper named after a region of French Guiana
    $1000 19
Cindy Williams, from 1976 to 1982
    DD: $2,000 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Dittrick Medical History Center in Cleveland, OH.) Sometimes during surgery, the heart convulses, loses rhythm & stops pumping blood; Cleveland surgeon Claude Beck used cardiac massage & applied electrical current directly to the heart to reverse the phenomenon using this device; those techniques led him to develop CPR

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

Colby Amanda Andy
$2,200 -$200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Amanda Andy
$5,000 -$200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONS
MOTOWN
WORLD OF BOOKS
MAYORS
SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
CALIFORNIA COUNTIES
    $400 1
Henry VIII's break with Rome caused the formation of this
    $400 2
The first American group to have 5 consecutive No. 1 hits was this one, beginning with "Where Did Our Love Go"
    $400 20
Called the father of Roman literature, Livius Andronicus translated this Homeric travel tale into Latin
    $400 7
Carolyn Goodman took a gamble & succeeded her husband Oscar Goodman as mayor of this city
    $400 21
It's fact, not "fiction" that this is the inner part of the tooth
    $400 26
Fruity county that's home to the Angels
    $800 16
Originating in the mid-16th century, their faith is based on the Bible & the Augsburg Confession of 1530
    $800 3
This Jackson 5 hit begins, "You and I must make a pact, we must bring salvation back"
    $800 8
4 Nobel Prize literature winners were born on the Emerald Isle: Yeats, Beckett, Heaney & this playwright
    $800 12
(Alex Trebek reports from the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York.) He was mayor during the decade the National September 11th Memorial Museum was built; he also served as the host for its official May 2014 opening
    $800 22
A medical facility, such as the Menninger
    $800 27
Take your designated driver & sample this county's Chimney Rock & Rutherford Hill wineries
    DD: $2,500 17
This church gets its name from the Greek for "fiftieth"
    $1200 4
"Twistin' Postman" was the Marvelettes' Top 40 follow-up to this No. 1 recording
    $1200 9
John Bunyan began writing this 1678 work while in an English prison for preaching without a license
    DD: $2,000 13
Mayor Dave Bing had the unhappy task of announcing that this city had declared bankruptcy
    $1200 23
Growing up in a tough area gave me this 2-word urban awareness that helps me survive
    $1200 28
The Golden Gate Bridge connects this affluent county with San Francisco to the south
    $1600 18
These Egyptian Christians have their own alphabet, basically the Greek one but with extra letters like horee
    $1600 5
In this hit Stevie Wonder sang, "pretty little one that I adore, you're the only girl my heart beats for"
    $1600 10
"The Queen of Spades" was dealt by this great Alexander & later inspired an opera by Tchaikovsky
    $1600 14
Last name of Mitch, mayor of New Orleans, & his sister Mary, former U.S. senator from Louisiana
    $1600 24
The act of maintaining a cemetery or a baseball diamond
    $1600 29
This county shares its name with a 14,000-foot volcano "Mount" that's found nearby
    $2000 19
The Mennonites, who baptize adults rather than infants, are these, meaning "rebaptizers"
    $2000 6
4-word title of the first chart topper for the Four Tops; it's also known as "Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch"
    $2000 11
Attributed to the sage Valmiki, this epic of India tells the story of an avatar of Vishnu & his many adventures
    $2000 15
He went from being White House Chief of Staff to 55th mayor of Chicago
    $2000 25
A magnesium silicate tobacco pipe
    $2000 30
Leapin' amphibians! It takes its name from the Spanish for "skulls"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Amanda Andy
$4,200 $4,500 $16,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
This major league team's official colors are Sedona red, Sonoran sand & black

Final scores:

Colby Amanda Andy
$8,397 $6,500 $20,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Colby Amanda Andy
$4,200 $7,000 $17,400
15 R,
3 W
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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