Show #7183 - Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Contestants

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Brad Rudy, a retired railroad analyst from Marietta, Georgia

Nicole Stanley, a medical student from Portland, Oregon

Joyce Hshieh, an actress and writer from Chicago, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

A FETA COMPLI
VERBS
WORKING BOOK TITLES
SHIP SHAPE
CITY WALK
REALITY SHOW SENDOFF LINES
    $200 7
In 2005 the E.U. granted this country protected designation of origin status for its feta; see? those 2 can get along!
    $200 6
Separate gold from gravel in an open metal dish by washing
    $200 1
Tolstoy focused more on a major part of Russian history & changed "All's Well That Ends Well" to this title
    $200 23
In 1720 the Water Club became one of the first organizations for these luxurious transports
    $200 12
The statue of the Little Mermaid made a special trip to the Shanghai World Expo in 2010; it's back in this capital city now
    $200 14
"You're fired"
    $400 22
E.U.-approved feta must be made primarily from the milk of this animal, though goat's milk may be used
    $400 8
Of snarf, sniggle or snuffle, the one that means to fish for eels
    $400 2
She didn't want the title to focus on one character, so she didn't use the working title of "Atticus" for her 1960 novel
    $400 28
This class of speedy warship sounds like a term for a police squad car
    $400 13
Its nicknames include "Carolina's Queen City" & "the Spearhead of the New South"
    $400 15
"The tribe has spoken"
    $600 9
Whether you add "un" to it or not, it means to separate or undo the threads of a piece of clothing
    $600 3
J.K. Rowling considered "Harry Potter and the Three Champions" for this fourth book in the series
    $600 24
The Oscar was the largest container ship in the world when built by Daewoo in this country
    $600 19
When this English city famous for a sheriff was founded by the Anglo-Saxons, they called it "Snot's Ham"
    $600 16
"Please pack your knives & go"
    $800 10
This animal verb means to defeat someone overwhelmingly, especially if they are kept from scoring
    DD: $1,000 4
John Steinbeck changed "Something That Happened" to this title, a reference to a Robert Burns poem
    $800 27
A catamaran is instantly recognizable by its twin these
    $800 20
On May 14, 1804 Lewis & Clark departed this city to begin their expedition to the Pacific Northwest
    $800 17
"You're out. Auf Wiedersehen"
    $1000 26
In this epic poem Polyphemus the Cyclops ripened a forerunner of feta on racks in his cave
    $1000 11
A school attended by Lord Byron & Winston Churchill; as a verb, it means to inflict great stress
    $1000 5
Jane Austen initially titled this novel "Elinor and Marianne"
    $1000 25
A 1922 treaty limited these naval vessels to 35,000 tons displacement; the limit didn't last long
    $1000 21
In 1309 the papacy was moved to this southern French city famous for its bridge
    $1000 18
"Sashay away"

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

Joyce Nicole Brad
$4,200 $1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Nicole Brad
$6,400 $1,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BALLPLAYERS IN UNIFORM
LET'S CONTINUE TO PODCAST
THE 1600s
"RIME" TIME
IT'S JUST A STAGE
STATE ANIMAL FIGHT!
(Alex: We have imagined some epic battles for you.)
    $400 7
When it comes to business podcast titles, there's "Mad" this, "The Economist": this "Talks" & "CNBC's Fast" this
    $400 2
The current St. Paul's Cathedral was built after this 1666 event destroyed the previous one
    $400 13
Dirt particles on a surface
    $400 11
The Pragian stage of the Earth's development gets its name from the capital of this country
    $400 25
Oklahoma's state flying mammal, the Mexican free-tailed bat, bites this Oregon State & Oregon State University animal
    $800 8
He interviews celebs in that inimitable voice on his "Amazing Colossal Podcast"

"For a small amount each month, you can get some colossal benefits..."
    $800 3
In 1691 Massachusetts Bay Colony merged with this historic one to the south
    $800 19
Carleton College's fall 2015 one of these calendar divisions began September 14
    $800 15
The Bathonian stage gets its name from a city in this country
    $800 1
S.D.'s coyote takes on the white-tailed this 11 times, as 11 states claim it as a state animal or mammal of one kind or another
    $1200 26
During World War I, this ferocious Tiger made a peach of a U.S. Army captain
    DD: $2,000 9
In Freudian theory this 8-letter term is our conscience; its namesake comedic podcast is "Improvised & Analyzed"
    $1200 4
I think in 1641 this Frenchman published his "Meditations on First Philosophy"; therefore...
    $1200 20
7,919 is the 1,000th of these
    $1200 16
There were plenty of dinosaurs in the park during the Aalenian stage of this geologic period
    $1200 12
It's sea vs. land as Hawaii's state mammal, a monk seal, takes on this state dog named for the capital of Massachusetts
    $1600 10
As "The Smartest Man in the World", Greg Proops spoke of AT&T Park, the late Anne Meara & this "2001" author all in one show
    $1600 5
Oliver Cromwell & his Roundheads defeated this king & his Cavaliers in the English Civil War
    $1600 21
It lies between the Black Sea & the Sea of Azov
    $1600 17
North American rocks of the Givetian stage include fossil-rich formations of this "fruity" sedimentary one
    $1600 23
Texas' state small mammal, it's just roadkill to California's grizzly bear
    $2000 14
In 2015 Gen. Stanley McChrystal told this CNN anchor's "GPS" podcast how to defeat ISIS
    DD: $2,000 6
In 1658, perhaps as he was busy admiring his Taj Mahal, his son Aurangzeb deposed him & took over the Mughal Empire
    $2000 22
In "1984" desire is this type of Orwellian offense
    $2000 18
It was goodbye to some brachiopods in the Upper Kellwasser one of these events, separating 2 stages
    $2000 24
Utah's Rocky Mountain elk can't figure out the unique gait of this "Volunteer State" equine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Nicole Brad
$12,000 $5,600 $11,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NEWLY INDEPENDENT NATIONS
Prior to South Sudan, this European country was the most recent one to gain independence & be recognized by the United States

Final scores:

Joyce Nicole Brad
$12,801 $11,200 $6,400
3-day champion: $39,403 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joyce Nicole Brad
$13,000 $5,600 $11,400
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
4 W
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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