Show #7193 - Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Contestants

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Lynsey McMullen, a bartender from Parker, Colorado

Ben Parker, a student from Northbrook, Illinois

Tiombi Prince, an advocation support specialist from East Point, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

A LOT OF BUZZ
ALLITERATION STATION
RECENT CINEMA
WHAT'S IN YOUR SUPERMARKET CART?
THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
MARKS & ANGLES
    $200 1
One reason the military gives buzz cuts to its inductees is to prevent the spread of these parasites
    $200 19
Penne or rigatoni topped with a whole mess of cooked vegetables
    $200 27
The jacket worn by Tom hardy to play this title role is a replica of the one worn by Mel Gibson in 3 earlier films
    $200 22
Red Baron Brick Oven
    $200 30
The pamphlet ends, "Workers of the world," do this!
    $200 9
It's the term for the side opposite the right angle in a right-angled triangle
    $400 2
Do-it-yourselfers know a buzz one is also known as a circular one
    $400 20
"Rubber baby buggy bumpers" is a classic example of one of these
    $400 18
As a tiny superhero, Paul Rudd enlists the aid of his insect allies to defeat Yellow Jacket in this film
    $400 23
Wish-Bone Deluxe French
    $400 29
Marx & Engels used this French word to refer to the capitalists who owned the means of production
    $400 10
It's the 5-letter word for an angle that is less than 90 degrees
    $600 3
On this website, you can vote on articles with yellow buttons such as "LOL", "cute" & "OMG"
    $600 21
It's a massive upload of information & documents, sometimes to swamp the recipient
    $600 17
This actress of some repute had the title role in "Ricki and the Flash" (she was not the Flash)
    $600 24
An 8-pack of Brawny
    DD: $800 6
"The theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: abolition of" this, an alliterative phrase
    $600 12
A mark called a vinculum is a horizontal line placed over a decimal to show that the decimal does this
    $800 4
In this movie Corey Allen plays Buzz, who fatally races James Dean at the edge of a cliff
    $800 16
Not flashy but often effective, it's the part of a football coach's strategy that features the running back
    $800 11
This film opens with its 2 heroes, Napoleon Solo & Illya Kuryakin, on opposite sides in the Cold War
    $800 25
Rayovac Fusion
    $800 7
Marx & Engels wrote the manifesto for a society of German emigrants that met in this capital
    $800 13
Omega is the symbol of this unit of electrical resistance
    $1000 5
A 1980s court proceeding legally changed his first name from Edwin to Buzz
    $1000 15
This phrase was popularized by RAND methodology for identifying the bad guys who make a life of it
    $1000 14
Seismologist Lucy Jones found fault with this film, saying you can't predict quakes as Paul Giamatti's character does
    $1000 26
Beech-Nut Stage 2
    $1000 8
"The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of" these
    $1000 28
It's the name of the mark seen here indicating a square root

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

Tiombi Ben Lynsey
-$200 $1,600 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tiombi Ben Lynsey
$1,400 $2,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEL ON EARTH
PARROT CULTURE
SO VERY BRITISH
FABRICS & TEXTILES
ON THE GLOBE
NO VOWELS BUT Y
    $400 11
1908-1989:
Voice artist
    $400 27
This wisecracking title parrot of a 1998 movie has a traditional parrot name, but spelled with an "AU" & an "IE"
    $400 1
On "Downton Abbey", after Lady Mary tells Matthew his WWI wounds will paralyze him, she next offers him this beverage
    $400 30
The British board of trade defines the Harris type of this as a handwoven woolen fabric from the Hebrides
    $400 14
These 2 countries basically divide the bottom quarter of South America
    $400 28
To force open with a lever or bar
    $800 10
1975-present:
Scary Spice
    $800 25
Arr! In this novel Long John Silver has a parrot called Cap'n Flint, named for a famous pirate
    $800 2
(I'm Andy Murray.) I was honored to be part of the first investiture conducted by Prince William; I received an OBE, which stands for this
    $800 29
200 pounds of mulberry leaves fed to worms can be used to produce one pound of this fabric
    $800 15
Of Dublin, Paris or Madrid, the capital city farthest west
    $800 19
Before "up", it's what a coach does to his team; before "out", to the other team
    $1200 6
1925-1999:
Singer who also co-wrote the Christmas tune heard here
    $1200 9
Fred was the cockatoo of this Robert Blake TV detective
    $1200 3
This London neighborhood lent its name to a group that included Virginia Woolf & friends
    $1200 23
Cotton is a traditional fabric for this activity of making blankets into colorful art
    $1200 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) From Nunavut to North Dakota, the 100th meridian runs through this Canadian province on its way to Texas
    $1200 20
In this maneuver, a spacecraft comes close enough to an object to make a detailed observation
    $1600 4
Born 1926:
"The Producers" producer
    $1600 7
In a 1920 children's book, a parrot teaches this man how to talk to the furry & 4-footed
    $1600 8
He commanded the British army during the Napoleonic Wars & was prime minister of England from 1828 to 1830
    DD: $2,000 24
This tall reed-like plant has long fibers, making it easy to spin into linen yarn
    $1600 17
Golfe de Gascogne is what the French call this large bay of the Atlantic bordered by France & Spain
    DD: $2,000 21
A clear, yellowish fluid containing white blood cells
    $2000 5
1960-present:
"Junior" NFL draft guru
    $2000 12
Benedick calls Beatrice a "rare parrot" for the way she teases & mocks him in this Shakespeare play
    $2000 13
Ozzy Osbourne has a Brummie accent because he was born in this second-largest English city
    $2000 26
This sheer net fabric with hexagonal holes is named for a French city that began producing it in the early 1800s
    $2000 18
An old song rhymes this capital city on the Mediterranean with "souvenirs"
    $2000 22
Among imaginary creatures, a nymph lives in trees, while this, also a word for a slender woman, inhabits the air

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tiombi Ben Lynsey
$11,800 $7,000 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE
The theft alluded to in the title of this 1844 Poe story is committed by a government minister

Final scores:

Tiombi Ben Lynsey
$18,900 $9,200 $0
2-day champion: $33,100 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tiombi Ben Lynsey
$11,800 $7,400 $11,400
14 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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