Show #7201 - Monday, December 28, 2015

Alex uses a cane during the closing credits chat.

Contestants

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Stephen Byrd, a hardware store manager from Hartsville, South Carolina

Patricia Franco, a library assistant from Arlington, Massachusetts

Dee Daigle, a substitute teacher from Hebron, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

A GRAVE MISTAKE
(Alex: ...because there's something on the gravestones that we will show you that is incorrect. We want you to correct the error.)
TEAMS ON THE MOVE
KITTY LIT
NOT MY CUP OF TEA
SOUNDS OF SILENCE
C'EST LA VEEP
    $200 1
A case of mistaken identity.
    $200 9
NFL: In 1995 the L.A. Rams became the first team to leave the west coast, relocating to this city
    $200 13
Alice thinks this cat looked good-natured, but "still it had very long claws & a great many teeth"
    $200 20
This carbonated drink had some alcohol until temperance worker Charles Hires got hold of it
    $200 11
A button on your remote control, or a person incapable of speech
    $200 25
Before he became Nixon's first VP, this son of a Greek immigrant won a Bronze Star for his service in WWII in France
    $400 8
NBA: In 1971 the San Diego Rockets rocketed over to this new Texas hometown
    $400 10
In a book by E.B. White, Snowbell the cat does not have this title mouselike boy's best interests at heart
    $400 21
It's the sparkling mixer that's flavored with a bit of quinine
    $400 15
Don't tell--"keep" this, also a British word for a very close relative
    $400 26
This former Veep who helped broker the Kyoto Protocol met with Francois Hollande in 2015 in an effort to do more
    $600 5
Use the parking brake.
    $600 2
MLB: In 1955 the Philadelphia Athletics shifted to this town known for its style of barbecue
    $600 24
She g ginger cat named Crookshanks from the Magical Menagerie on Diagon Alley
    DD: $2,000 12
Boozy drink that Robert Butt claims to have invented while bartending at New York's Jones Beach
    $600 16
This type of "money" is a bribe to keep someone silent
    $600 27
In 1981 Reagan sent VP Bush for a tete-a-tete with him, France's new Socialist president
    $800 6
We have a problem, gang.
    $800 3
NBA: In 2002 the Charlotte Hornets, stung by attendance problems, moved to this southern city
    $800 17
"The Naming of Cats" is the first part of his book "of Practical Cats" by T.S. Eliot
    $800 22
A salty dog is made with this fruit juice
    $800 18
A judge may give this 3-letter order telling the participants in a case not to talk about it
    $1000 7
Let's see another movement.
    $1000 4
NHL: In 1980 the Atlanta Flames stampeded north of the border to settle in this city
    $1000 14
She has a red tiger-striped tom in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
    $1000 23
The name of this drink is Italian for "marked" because the espresso is marked with steamed milk
    $1000 19
Silent adjective preceding Graham Greene's "American"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Dee Patricia Stephen
$400 -$200 $6,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dee Patricia Stephen
$4,600 $400 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

RANGE ROVING
HISTORICAL TRANSPORTS
2 Ys
OTHER STAR TREK CHARACTERS
NURSE
SISTINE CHAPEL
    $400 19
The V-8 Ford in which this criminal couple were gunned down in 1934 became an instant attraction
    $400 3
Buzzword for cooperative interaction among groups
    $400 22
Mark Lenard played the first fully seen Romulan, the first Klingon with the forehead ridges & logically, the dad of this guy
    $400 8
When assessing the abdomen, nurses are taught to auscultate, i.e. do this, perhaps with a stethoscope
    $400 14
The Sistine Chapel contains a cantoria, a projecting gallery designed for use by these people
    $800 27
This 270-mile-long range separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe
    $800 4
Good grief! The Command Module & Lunar Module for Apollo 10 were named for these 2 characters
    $800 2
In 1949 the University of California required all employees to sign this type of oath of fidelity
    $800 21
Majel Barrett, Nurse Christine Chapel on the original series, was wed to this "Trek" creator
    $800 9
Correct dosage requires an accurate measurement of these 2 patient stats, differing by only the first letter
    $800 10
The north wall features scenes from the life of Jesus; the south wall depicts events from this Exodus man's life
    $1200 20
The Brenner is the lowest of the main passes in this mountain range
    $1200 5
It made its final flight in April 1928 when Charles Lindbergh presented it to the Smithsonian
    $1200 1
A real meddler
    $1200 23
On TV in 1967 & on film in 1982, this villain was played by Ricardo Montalbaaaaaan!
    $1200 11
A PACU nurse works as part of a "care unit" when patients have come out of surgery & this is wearing off
    DD: $3,200 15
To elect a new pope, the College of Cardinals gathers for this 8-letter meeting in the chapel
    $1600 6
James Lawrence was referring to his frigate the Chesapeake when he gave this famous command in 1813
    $1600 18
A horticulturist with the first name Rudolph created this hybrid fruit
    $1600 24
A transporter accident fused Tuvok & Neelix into one being called Tuvix on "Star Trek:" this iteration
    $1600 12
Nurses know cold limbs are one symptom of bacteria causing the septic type of this 5-letter word
    $1600 16
Basil Fawlty is torn when he sees these
pagan female seers
from Greek mythology that adorn the room.
    $2000 7
When this "Express" train crashed in 1900, Casey Jones died with his hand still on the brake lever
    $2000 26
This 13-letter word refers to the study of creatures like the Yeti or the Loch Ness Monster
    $2000 25
Going Klingon in "Star Trek III", this actor went back to the future to play an evil commander
    $2000 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an equation on the monitor.) Nurses take the systolic blood pressure measurement & add it to double the diastolic blood pressure measurement, then divide by 3 to calculate M.A.P., which stands for "mean" this "pressure"
    $2000 17
Michelangelo went Old Testament with the "Drunkenness of" this man in a fresco over the Chapel's door

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dee Patricia Stephen
$8,200 $10,000 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TOP 40 SONGS
The first 2 Top 40 hits for this late singer--one in 1971, the other in 1973--ended up becoming official state songs

Final scores:

Dee Patricia Stephen
$5,799 $16,401 $1,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dee Patricia Stephen
$8,200 $8,000 $9,200
14 R,
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $25,400

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