Show #7219 - Thursday, January 21, 2016

Contestants

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Jennifer Sterling, an I.T. specialist from Burbank, California

Russell Allen, a public health program manager originally from Yarmouth, Massachusetts

Kyle Webb, a veterinary clinical pathologist originally from Boyertown, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

ON THE MOVE
PERSON, PLACE OR THING
"DE" MIDDLE
(Alex: Those letters, "D-E", will be in exactly the middle of each correct response.)
MY NAME IS PERCY
I READ HOMER
IN THE ORIGINAL
    $200 11
The draisine, one of the first of these, appeared in 1817 & had to be straddled & walked--there were no pedals
    $200 19
From Jan. through March, enjoy a cool experience in Quebec at the Hotel de Glace, which is made of this
    $200 6
To set in from the margin, as the first line of a paragraph
    $200 18
I'm happy to recite passages from the "Iliad", which tells the tale of this war
    $200 1
In the original movie "Psycho", Tony Perkins played this guy who ran a motel
    $400 12
Flown by this German airline, the first nonstop transatlantic commercial flight touched down in Brooklyn in 1938
    $400 13
She does double duty covering sports & co-hosting "Dancing with the Stars"
    $400 7
Free from great pretensions or showy extravagance
    $400 26
This poet had a yacht named for Don Juan; sadly, he drowned when the yacht sank
    $400 23
Homer's poetry is full of memorable metaphors, like when he refers to this star as "Orion's dog"
    $400 2
In the original musical film about this orphan, Aileen Quinn belted out "Tomorrow"
    $600 14
This Dodge mid-size SUV is named for a city in Southwest Colorado
    $600 15
The names of these 2 South American countries end in the same 4 letters
    $600 8
Adultery or unfaithfulness
    $600 20
Thomas Percy was one of the original conspirators in this 1605 scheme to blow up Parliament
    DD: $1,000 27
I commiserate with Homer when he invokes these "daughters of aegis-bearing Zeus" to inspire him
    $600 3
With this horror movie, director George Romero started a franchise but never used the word "zombie"
    $800 25
In 1921 the Fageol Safety Coach Company of Oakland created the first chassis specifically for these vehicles
    $800 16
Term for the type of tall, tapering pillar seen here
    $800 9
Legal proof
    $800 21
In the book "The Lightning Thief", this kid finds out that his deadbeat dad is Poseidon
    $800 4
In 1966's "Alfie", Michael Caine was the title ladies' man; it was this Brit in the remake
    $1000 24
A passenger train in China reaches 270 mph using this above-the-rail technology
    $1000 17
The rambutan from Asia is a type of this
    $1000 10
Glowing or white with heat
    $1000 22
This American astronomer predicted the existence of Pluto, whose name includes his initials
    $1000 5
In the original of this haunted house film, the TV people communicate with Carol Anne; she's called Madison in the 2015 remake

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

Kyle Russell Jennifer
$4,200 $2,200 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Russell Jennifer
$4,800 $2,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

IN MEMORIAM 2015
(Alex: We lost some good people.)
SCULPTURE
MEATY LANGUAGE
ANTHROPOLO-"G"
THE AMERICAN PAST
CHINA TOWNS
    $400 1
Sadly for moviegoers, the "Nightmares" are over with the passing of this horrormeister at age 76
    $400 23
His "Florentine Pieta" was planned for his own tomb but he attacked it in a rage; he gave it to a friend & it was repaired
    $400 22
There's a porcine product in this word for a small village
    $400 8
It's the study of family origins, lineage & history
    $400 18
It's "The First State" but Thomas McKean, a delegate from there, is believed to be the last to sign the Dec. of Indep.
    $400 15
Keep up, city folk! The Forbidden City & the Imperial City lie within the Inner City of this city
    DD: $2,000 2
Headlines read, "The Thrill Is Gone" after this legendary bluesman passed away at 89
    $800 24
Like most of his mobiles, his standing work "Red Petals" is made of painted sheet metal & wire
    $800 21
Meaty name for the type of hat worn here
    DD: $2,000 9
"Cultural" this says that the human experience around the world is becoming more homogenous
    $800 17
In August 1862 the Union had about 15,000 casualties & the Confederates, 9,000 in the Second Battle of this
    $800 16
The city of Harbin owes its existence to the construction of the Chinese Eastern this by the Russians
    $1200 3
One of the greatest hitters in Major League Baseball history, he passed away in January
    $1200 25
This Yale master of fine arts is known for works like "The Fifth Season" & for being husband to Meryl Streep
    $1200 19
When used before "up", it means to make something bigger or bulkier
    $1200 10
This 2-word term refers to an individual's private conception of being female or male
    $1200 12
In 1774 it was "Meet the Fluckers" for this general whose name is on a Kentucky fort, as he married Lucy Flucker
    $1200 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Tianjin, the leading port of northern China, lies on the Bohai Sea, an arm of this sea
    $1600 4
This composer best known for scoring the movie "Titanic" died when the small plane he was piloting crashed
    $1600 26
His 1901 sculpture "The Cheyenne" was inspired by the photo book "Animals in Motion"
    $1600 5
Don't be sheepish in your response determining this hairy facial feature
    $1600 11
Seen here, it's a cultural symbol or character carved into a medium
    $1600 13
He was arrested on Oct. 26, 1871, shortly after his reelection as a Tammany Hall chairman
    $1600 29
China's 2 biggest stock exchanges, both among the world's 10 biggest, are in Hong Kong & this city
    $2000 7
This neurologist & author of "Awakenings" passed away at age 82
    $2000 27
This Swiss-born sculptor was noted for his bronze works of thin, elongated figures like the one seen here
    $2000 6
Old-time comic George Jessel was the "toastmaster general"; today the snarkier Jeff Ross has this title
    $2000 20
Logically, it's the name for the study of a group of people by examining the trash they throw away
    $2000 14
"The Wreck Of" this ship that sank on Nov. 10, 1975 lies 530 feet below the surface of Lake Superior, broken in 2 sections
    $2000 30
Guangzhou was the headquarters for the Kuomintang or nationalist party of this man from 1916 to his death in 1925

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Russell Jennifer
$12,400 $8,600 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS BRITS
Growing up, her favorite literary heroine was Jo March; they shared a name & a hot temper & they both wanted to write

Final scores:

Kyle Russell Jennifer
$17,201 $1 $0
3-day champion: $45,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Russell Jennifer
$14,200 $8,600 $7,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
0 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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