Show #7211 - Monday, January 11, 2016

Contestants

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Julia Cain, a graduate student from Haverford, Pennsylvania

Dom Tassoni, a product marketing manager from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Adam Hoskins, an attorney from Columbia, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

4 LEGS, 1 CLUE
NOTORIOUS
WHAT'S IN THE FRIDGE?
NATIONAL PARKS
CELEBRITY SPOKESPEOPLE
WORDS OF NOTE
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that can be formed from the letters in the C major music scale, which means letters from "A" through "G".)
    $200 5
This rodent can't throw any of ts 30,000 hollow quills but they detach easily & can stick in an attacker
    $200 1
This young outlaw escaped from a New Mexico jail on April 28, 1881; a bullet ended his run on July 14 of that year
    $200 10
A bag of these root vegetables from Bolthouse Farms that have been baby-cut (usually from a longer crooked one)
    $200 14
This national park lying along California's Pacific coast features the world's tallest trees
    $200 16
Waxing poetic for his homeland, Liam Neeson voiced a recent tourism ad urging us to "discover" this U.K. country
    $200 24
A marketing slogan says "it's what's for dinner"
    $400 6
This animal can travel 20 miles a day while carrying 130 pounds
    $400 2
Anna Sage, the "Lady in Red", was with this bank robber at the Biograph Theater in Chicago, where he was shot to death
    $400 11
This 3-letter brine-cured salmon; it's on the shelf next to the cream cheese
    $400 21
This park's main entrance is the Ernest F. Cole Visitor Center named for the park's creator, a Miami naturalist
    $400 17
This actor is "The Negotiator" arranging the best travel deals for customers of priceline.com
    $400 25
Perfect serve that can't be touched
    $600 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew feeds an okapi leaves at the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, IL.) Though you won't hear them, okapis can communicate via subsonic calls; scientists think they do it so mothers can talk to calves without alerting their major predator, this spotted cat
    DD: $1,000 3
This 1962 film made convicted murderer-turned-ornithologist Robert Stroud a household name
    $600 12
This creamy dressing from Newman's Own; it contains anchovy, as it does classically
    $600 22
Perhaps the most famous landmark in this Utah park is the Great White Throne
    $600 18
This actor's oddly zenlike ads for Lincoln autos have been widely parodied
    $600 26
The outward flow of the tide
    $800 8
The Patagonian cavy is usually found in this country
    $800 4
Convinced she was wrongly accused, President Ford pardoned Iva Toguri D'Aquino, known by this name during WWII
    $800 13
A jar of this brand's kosher dill pickles; there's the stork on the label
    $800 29
A rainforest & coral reef make up the national park of this U.S. territory on the islands of Tutuila, Ta'u & Ofu
    $800 19
Slipping into a deal with these jeans has made Dale Earnhardt Jr. a well-paid celebrity endorser
    $800 27
Early 20th century
art style seen here
    $1000 9
Oh, deer! In the fall, bulls of this species aka the wapiti fight for harems that can number up to 60
    $1000 23
In 1947, as this mobster was killed in California, pals of Meyer Lansky walked in & took over the Flamingo in Vegas--hmm
    $1000 15
A quart of this Greek-named Greek yogurt from Dannon
    $1000 30
Hawaii has 2 national parks, Hawaii Volcanoes on the Big Island & Haleakala on this "Valley Isle"
    $1000 20
Charlize Theron did a striking ad for the perfume "J'adore" this brand
    $1000 28
It's Kraut to the Germans

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

Adam Dom Julia
$800 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Dom Julia
$3,800 $3,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS' LESSER KNOWN WORKS
SUMMER OLYMPIC CITIES
TECH LOGOS
ART & ARTISTS
LOUIS XIV
THE "KING", SON
    $400 6
This 14th century "Tales" teller & poet penned the prose work "A Treatise on the Astrolabe"
    $400 12
In 1980 the U.S. & 64 other countries boycotted the Olympics held in this city
    $400 1
Franz Pforr was one of the 19th century Nazarenes, so called for their interest in the era of this book, as in Franz' work here
    $400 11
Built around 1703, this royal residence is fit for a "king"
    $800 7
This author's "The Diamond Smugglers" is nonfiction, but it's about a British secret agent who uses gadgets
    $800 13
This city hosted the Summer Games in 1964, a first for Asia
    DD: $2,000 25
Larry the Bird was the original name of this site's logo
    $800 2
His 1863 "Luncheon on the Grass" caused scandal in France; hope you don't confuse him with another artist
    $800 21
From 1672 to 1678 Louis waged war against this small country on the North Sea then controlled by the Hapsburgs
    $800 17
Three word legal term for forcible ingress into another's home
    $1200 8
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote 17 "Pat Hobby" stories about a down-&-out one of these writers, a job Scott knew well
    $1200 14
In 2006, 30 years late, the debt was paid off for the stadium called "The Big Owe" & the rest of this city's games
    $1200 22
Do you use this browser? If so, you should recognize its logo
    $1200 3
One of his first great works done after moving to Spain was "The Disrobing of Christ" from the late 1570s
    $1200 18
Daredevil's enemy, or the chief person in an operation
    $1600 9
Along with his doggone novels, he wrote "That Spot", a short story about a faithful dog
    $1600 15
This city between Lake Malaren & the Baltic Sea hosted the 1912 Olympics
    $1600 23
Now known as "Noface Chillah", the ghost logo of this social networking site lost its silly grin in 2013
    DD: $2,000 4
Bridget Riley made viewers eyes hurt as a major figure in the 1960s style of geometry & illusions called this "art"
    $1600 19
Searching for & exposing scandal in politics
    $2000 10
"Dracula" author Bram stoker also wrote about "The Lair of" this pale monster
    $2000 16
It took until 1956, but finally a Southern Hemisphere city hosted--this one
    $2000 24
The logo of this tech company represents a digital signal that takes the form of the Golden Gate Bridge
    $2000 5
Sometimes done to color wood, it's also Helen Frankenthaler's technique of pouring paint & letting it run
    $2000 26
In 1674 Louis met, liked & ennobled this explorer who 8 years later put the king's name on Louisiana
    $2000 20
Equine term for anything that hides the real plan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Dom Julia
$13,000 $3,400 $11,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICANA
This poem includes the line “But Flynn let drive a single, to the wonderment of all”

Final scores:

Adam Dom Julia
$23,601 $6,500 $23,600
2-day champion: $42,402 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Adam Dom Julia
$12,800 $3,400 $11,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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