Show #7206 - Monday, January 4, 2016

Alex returns to full mobility.

Contestants

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Charlene Lee, a journalist from Jersey City, New Jersey

Terry McElhennon, a customer service representative from New Bern, North Carolina

Ashley Wilson, an organization development consultant from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $52,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

IF THEY MARRIED
STATE CAPITALS
MEDICINE
RUSSIAN RULERS
4-LETTER WORDS, SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
EMMY: THE MEN
    $200 6
If the host of "So You Think You Can Dance" married the rapper of "Drop It Like It's Hot", she'd be...
    $200 1
In 1683 William Penn ordered that this Delaware capital be built as a site for a courthouse & jail
    $200 16
Latin for "poison", it's a submicroscopic agent infecting living organisms & causing disease
    $200 19
When Paul, son of this Empress, ascended the throne in 1796, he reversed many of his mother's policies
    $200 11
Midday
    $200 26
In 2006 this actor won for "24", aka "The Bauer Hour"
    $400 7
If British actress Driver married the star of "American Sniper", she'd hit the road as...
    $400 2
This city southwest of Tacoma was named for some nearby mountains
    $400 17
In this "effect" people are given inert substances & seem to improve
    $400 20
Ths Russian man with an appropriately scary gaze is seen here
    $400 12
Soothe to sleep
    $400 27
It was mob rule for him as one of "The Sopranos" in 2003
    $600 8
If a poster girl "Charlie's Angel" had wed the actor who was Sonny Corleone, she could've marched to D.C. as...
    $600 3
Each September this Buckeye capital holds an Oktoberfest in its restored 19th century German village
    $600 18
Named for an American surgeon, McBurney's incision is a cut in the lower right abdomen used when removing this
    $600 21
In 2014 former Secretary of State Madeline Albright said this ruler fancies himself "a new czar"
    $600 13
Elegant or stylish
    $800 9
Elizabeth II's daughter Anne weds current U.S. Senator Ted but keeps her title to sail off on this
    $800 4
Attractions in this capital include the Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum & the First White House of the Confederacy
    $800 22
The Weber hearing test is conducted by striking this instrument & placing it on the head
    $800 24
This royal house began with the reign of Michael in 1613 & ended with Nicholas II in the revolution of 1917
    $800 14
To mutilate or wound seriously
    $1000 10
If an Oscar winner for "Ghost" married the Italian physicist for whom element no. 100 is named, she'd cheer herself as...
    DD: $1,400 5
It was selected as a compromise between North Platters & South Platters, who each favored different locale
    $1000 23
Your oil-secreting sebaceous glands can produce their own type of this, a 4-letter abdominal sac
    $1000 25
Featured in a Mussorgsky opera, he warred against Sweden in the 1590s to gain access to the Baltic
    $1000 15
What a daffodil grows from

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

Ashley Terry Charlene
$1,200 $2,200 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Terry Charlene
$3,400 $3,800 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

COLORULLY ALLITERATIVE
MATH WORDS
WHAT A CHARACTER!
"YU", I OUGHTA
CLASSICAL MUSIC VENUES
EMMY: THE WOMEN
    $400 6
In the Marvel Universe, this villain's real identity is a father-son thing, Harry & Norman Osborn
    $400 11
A unit of angle measure, or a college's certification that you know a lot about angles
    $400 18
in a Flaubert work, its the last name of country doctor Charles, who is unaware of his wife's infidelities
    $400 27
Christmas & associated festivities
    $400 1
This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on a 1910 novel is set in the Paris Opera House
    $400 16
Emmy Destinn was celebrated for her singing in this vocal theater, from
Latin for "above"
    $800 7
This tropical fruit-infused potable from Three-D spirits sounds like a line from Danny in "The Shining"
    $800 12
If the numerator is smaller than the denominator, you're looking at a "proper" one of these
    $800 19
Charles Dickens' own father was the inspiration for the eternally optimistic Wilkins Micawber in this novel
    $800 26
These well-off city folk in their 20s & 30s were much derided in the '80s & '90s
    $800 2
Named for the wife of a czar, the Marriinsky Theatre is in this city
    $800 17
Emmy Bridgewater was a leading British exponent of this art style that (ironically) derives from French for "super real"
    $1200 8
Joe Louis was aka known as the Sepia Slugger & the Tan Tornado, but you probably know him best by this nickname
    $1200 13
Don't be a square; help me get this parallelogram with 4 equal sides out of my heart!
    $1200 20
Heartbroken, this man of letters delays the Comte de Guiche so his true love has time to wed Christian
    $1200 24
It's near the end of an alphabetical list of coffee brands
    $1200 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports outside David Geffen Hall.) As of fall 2015, this orchestra performed its glorious music at David Geffen Hall, formerly Avery Fisher Hall
    $1600 9
This annually updated register records notable personages from the U.K. & elsewhere
    $1600 14
No question about it, this is the definitive term for the positive value of a number
    DD: $1,000 21
Make no mistake, a character named Dr. Pinch is a quack physician & teacher in this Shakespeare play
    $1600 23
With its $3,990 price, this Eastern European car was briefly popular in the U.S. 1985
    DD: $1,600 4
One of the most photographed buildings in the world, it sits on Port Jackson's Bennelong Point
    $2000 10
If only Clouseau were on the hunt for this group of gem thieves known for a brazen Paris heist in 2008
    $2000 15
For 5, -5 is the additive this
    $2000 22
This author created the characters Fred Cornplow, Doremus Jessup & Geroge Babbit
    $2000 25
This peninsula was briefly its own republic, but not since 1848
    $2000 5
Handel & Mozart both performed at the London church called this saint in-the-fields, still a premiere concert venue
    $2000 28
Emmy Verhey, who wields a 1676 Guarneri in concert, is a virtuoso on this instrument

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Terry Charlene
$7,400 $8,400 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MILESTONES IN U.S. HISTORY
This president began a State of the Union Address by congratulating the historic 100th Congress

Final scores:

Ashley Terry Charlene
$0 $14,801 $8,700
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,801 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ashley Terry Charlene
$8,800 $9,400 $4,400
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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