Show #7177 - Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Contestants

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Molly Hewitt, a writer and freelance proofreader from Hollywood, California

Julie Adair, a virtual assistant from Panama City, Florida

Laura Ashby, an attorney from Marietta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHERE IS THAT?
COOKING METHODS
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
LEADER OF THE PACK
"OFF" WE GO
INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER
    $200 5
The Kaaba:
This holy city
    $200 1
To pass dry ingredients like flour through a fine-meshed sieve; doing so removes large pieces & incorporates air
    $200 10
This magazine edited by Anna Wintour is known as "high fashion's Bible"
    $200 20
In 1959 this new coach of the Packers said, "Dancing is a contact sport; football is a hitting sport"
    $200 15
It's when the puck gets dropped
    $200 23
Bully for this man, who took a ride at an airshow in 1910, becoming the first president aloft
    $400 6
The Mariana Trench:
This ocean
    $400 2
Highly seasoned meat is seared so that the surface forms a crust in this "colorful" Cajun technique
    DD: $2,400 11
This newspaper's 1889 first issue promised "to get the news, to publish it instantly, whether bull or bear"
    $400 21
Mike Holmgren left Green Bay in 1999 to coach this team in the Northwest
    $400 16
At a distance from the coast, like certain oil rigs
    $400 24
In 1910 Walter Brookins broke this altitude barrier with 895' to spare, though he didn't join the "club" there
    $600 7
Tivoli Gardens:
This country
    $600 3
This synonym for perspire is also a method of cooking over low heat to soften ingredients without browning
    $600 12
Ralph Gleason, a critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, co-founded this music magazine that debuted in 1967
    $600 26
The Packers' home field is named for him, the team's coach for its first 30 seasons
    $600 17
Insulting, or a military campaign of attack
    $800 8
The Old Vic:
This "End" of London
    $800 4
To cook fish en papillote, you'll need this type of paper to seal in the flavor & juices
    $800 13
This magazine's "tested and approved" seal debuted in the December 1909 issue
    $800 18
"Give" this to rebuff someone or to remove a piece of lint
    $800 27
Otto Lilienthal, 1848-1896, made some 2000 flights in these--he could have really used an engine in 1896
    $1000 9
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West:
This Wyoming city
    $1000 22
From the Latin for "to make soft", it's soaking food, usually fruit, in a liquid in order to infuse it with the liquid's flavor
    $1000 14
With the merger of a morning paper & an evening one, Marshall Field III created this Chicago newspaper
    $1000 19
Boil butter & sugar together to make this
    $1000 25
This Benz partner suggested using an engine with an open-flame ignition in hydrogen airships; not such a good idea

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Laura Julie Molly
$1,400 -$600 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Julie Molly
$3,200 -$800 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT NAMES
MIAMI
WEARABLES' OTHER MEANINGS
LITERARY VILLAINS
THE AUSSIE INVASION
MOTTOES & SLOGANS
    $400 11
Aristotle described him as a great physician & implied he was small in stature
    $400 21
Miami's port calls itself this type of vacation trip "capital of the world"
    $400 6
Breathes heavily, like a dog
    $400 16
This villain said a crocodile has followed him "from sea to sea... licking its lips for the rest of me"
    $400 26
In 1985 this "Back In Black" group played the Rock in Rio festival before a fairly big crowd of 342,000
    $400 1
This defiant motto was launched 30 years ago as a Lone Star State anti-littering slogan
    $800 12
Hamilcar Barca put the hand of this 9-year-old son on a sacrificed animal & made him swear hatred of Rome
    $800 22
Barack Obama marked Earth Day 2015 in this swampy national park that borders greater Miami
    $800 7
To neither win nor lose a contest
    $800 17
Sherlock Holmes called him "a genius" & "the organizer of half that is evil" in London
    $800 27
This band topped the charts for 4 weeks in 1983 with the perfect-for-the-category song "Down Under"
    $800 2
A recent slogan for New York's lottery was "What will you think about when you don't have to think about" this
    DD: $2,000 13
Around 60 A.D. this emperor began giving public performances playing the lyre & later appeared on stage as a actor
    $1200 23
In 2009 this singer of the easy life rewrote his tune "Fins" with new words for the Miami Dolphins
    DD: $4,000 8
In blackjack it holds multiple decks of cards
    $1200 18
This James Bond villain shows his accomplices a map of Fort Knox, including Bullion Boulevard
    $1200 28
Hope at least 1 of you has a toddler! This Sydney group entertains the tots with songs like "Hot Potato" & "Fruit Salad"
    $1200 3
In 2015 this 3-word motto was coined by French art director Joachim Roncin after a terrorist attack
    $1600 14
DNA analysis suggests that King Tut may have been the son of Akhenaten & this main wife
    $1600 24
The color-filled Miami Beach architectural district is also known as the this architectural style District
    $1600 9
To put money away in savings
    $1600 19
Bald, pale & homicidal, Judge Holden is the monstrous nemesis in this author's "Blood Meridian"
    $1600 29
In 1988 this group hit the Top 5 with both "Devil Inside" & "New Sensation"
    $1600 4
"Blood and fire" is the motto of this "Army"; the blood comes from Jesus & the fire from the Holy Spirit
    $2000 15
This Persian prophet founded a religion based on a supreme god named Ahura Mazda, the "wise lord"
    $2000 25
Called a bay on the map, this large estuary separates Miami from Miami Beach
    $2000 10
Gives someone less than all the money he is due
    $2000 20
Ray Bradbury wrote "The Illustrated Man" & this novel about the sinister tattoo-covered Mr. Dark
    $2000 30
The Little River Band sang, "We'll go dancing in the dark, walking through the park &" doing this title
    $2000 5
"Destroy foreigners" was part of the slogan of this secret Chinese organization around 1900

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Julie Molly
$12,400 $10,000 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
For films of 2005 through 2012, he received nominations for Best Picture, Director, Writing & Acting

Final scores:

Laura Julie Molly
$3,599 $20,000 $8,799
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laura Julie Molly
$15,600 $10,000 $8,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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