Show #7189 - Thursday, December 10, 2015

Contestants

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Shannon Lee, an architectural design associate from Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Donnie Edgemon, a management consultant from Sterling Park, Virginia

Alex Maggio, a writer originally from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $40,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

LATIN AMERICAN HODGEPODGE
BESTSELLERS
PIPES & PIPERS
MOVIE LIFE HACKS
CRAIGS LIST
CLASSIFIED "AD"s
    $200 1
World's poorest president Jose Mujica of this country legalized & distributed pot to disrupt drug dealers' revenue
    $200 4
This 1977 bestseller takes place at the spooky Overlook Hotel
    $200 26
Shepherds are associated with this instrument whose name includes a Greek god
    $200 16
Young boxers, consider sides of beef for your training needs, like Mr. Balboa in this 1976 movie
    $200 15
Goaltender Jim Craig was part of the U.S. hockey team that won Olympic gold in this year
    $200 9
Satisfactory or reasonably sufficient
    $400 2
Mexico City has a memorial to the San Patricios, men mostly from this European island who fought the U.S. in the 1840s
    DD: $800 5
It completes the title of Steve Harvey's "Act Like a Lady..."; it was also the entire title of the movie
    $400 27
Robert Browning wrote a poem about the Pied Piper of this German town
    $400 17
Like real patients with Alzheimer's, in this movie Julianne Moore uses a highlighter when giving a speech to keep her place
    $400 18
Stretching back to the Middle Ages, the Craigs of Aberdeenshire, Scotland are one of these family groups
    $400 10
Don't laugh--this is a black one of these European creatures
    $600 3
Colombians sued Costa Ricans after they said this fictional character "drinks Costa Rican coffee"
    $600 6
In 1961 after JFK listed "From Russia with Love" as a favorite, sales of this author's books rose
    $600 28
"The pipes are calling from glen to glen" in this traditional song
    $600 19
"War Games" demonstrates the underused roll-it-in-buttered-bread method of eating this
    $600 20
For 5 years he played family patriarch Zeek Braverman on "Parenthood"
    $600 13
A traditional saying or proverb
    $800 7
Within 3 days in 2002, this country saw a coup, the cancellation of its Constitution & Chavez' reinstatement
    $800 11
Mackinlay Kantor had a spot on the bestseller list locked up in the '50s with this book about a notorious 19th century prison
    $800 29
His "Songs of Innocence" begins, "Piping down the valleys wild, piping songs of pleasant glee"
    $800 21
If stricken by anterograde amnesia, use tattoos to keep track of your life, like Guy Pearce in this film
    $800 22
Giving it an amber color & a mellower taste, Rev. Elijah Craig is credited with being the first to age this liquor in charred barrels
    $800 14
These, in the nasopharynx, get their name from the Greek for "gland"
    $1000 8
Oddly, each year Bolivia chooses a Miss Litoral beauty queen, symbolic of this, which it lost in 1884
    $1000 12
Rachel is the narrator of Paula Hawkins' 6-months-plus bestseller "The Girl on" this mode of transport
    $1000 30
This Belgian showed us "The Betrayal of Images"
    $1000 23
In "Rear Window" one of the apartment dwellers he spies on lets her dog out with a nifty pulley system
    $1000 24
He's the Craig who founded Craigslist
    $1000 25
Another name for fatty tissue

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

Alex Donnie Shannon
$4,000 $1,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Donnie Shannon
$3,800 $1,800 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TERM OF ART
AMERICAN HISTORY
RELIGIOUS BELIEF
ENDS IN DOUBLE LETTERS
FRENCH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, FRANK SINATRA
(Alex: And in honor of his 100th birthday this weekend, [*], my favorite singer of all time.)
    $400 12
This printing technique that has a fabric in its name is also called serigraphy
    $400 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) On April 18, 1775, this man left Charlestown around 11:00 P.M. but was captured by the British after hitting Lexington, but before he got to Concord
    $400 19
These Adventists formed out of the Millerite Adventists emphasize dietary laws as well as the Sabbath
    $400 10
We hope there's room at this public lodging house
    $400 7
Its 10 million people all live on a third of a Caribbean island
    $400 25
Start spreading the news--this Big Apple anthem was Frank's last Top 40 pop hit
    $800 13
This chilly-sounding term is used for horizontal sections of sculpture on a wall
    $800 17
Head Start & Job Corps were programs in LBJ's "War on" this
    $800 20
Named in 1931, they believe in the imminent second coming of Christ & go door-to-door to proclaim their faith
    $800 9
A long lock of hair
    $800 8
In area it's the largest country with French as an official language
    $800 26
Though still a registered Democrat, Frank campaigned for this friend in 1980 & produced his inaugural gala
    $1200 22
The name of this type of art printing comes from the Greek for "stone" & "write"
    DD: $3,400 5
This tycoon's Northern Securities company was dissolved in 1904 for violating the Sherman Antitrust Act
    $1200 18
This sacred text is said to be a translation of golden plates revealed by the angel Moroni
    $1200 1
A mixture of liquid & solid food, such as table scraps fed to pigs
    $1200 6
Fleur de Sel is a French restaurant in this "Democratic Republic", the second-largest country in Africa
    $1200 27
Married four times, Frank wed this glamorous actress in 1951
    $1600 23
In a painting it's the spot on the horizon where 2 receding parallel lines seem to converge
    $1600 4
FDR touted this quartet in his 1941 State of the Union address
    $1600 21
Originally radical Puritans, the Quakers are more formally known as this
    $1600 2
This unit of power is equivalent to one joule per second
    DD: $5,000 14
Its official languages include German, Italian & French; 20% of its people mainly speak French
    $1600 29
Here's a puzzler: he arranged some of Frank's classic songs, including "Love And Marriage" & "Young At Heart"
    $2000 24
French term for paintings executed outdoors, rather than in a studio
    $2000 3
Signed in Belgium, this 1814 treaty ended the War of 1812
    $2000 30
The Fukko or Restoration School of this religion was used to ascribe divine origins to the imperial family
    $2000 11
In "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport", Blue is implored to play this instrument
    $2000 15
In 1985 this African nation officially changed its name to the French version
    $2000 28
Frank got his first big break when he hooked up with the Three Flashes & they became this quartet named for Frank's hometown

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Donnie Shannon
$22,000 $10,000 $10,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY BRITAIN
After her death in 1943, the farmland & cottages of this author & animal lover were bequeathed to the National Trust

Final scores:

Alex Donnie Shannon
$23,100 $0 $1
3-day champion: $63,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alex Donnie Shannon
$18,600 $7,800 $10,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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