Show #7267 - Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Contestants

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Michelle Bulger Mabery, a management consultant from Atlanta, Georgia

Todd Giese, a hotel front desk manager from New Orleans, Louisiana

Erin Bowers, a patent examiner from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE LANDMARKS
INVERTEBRATES
CLOTHES
I'M RETIRED
I RUN A LITTLE
"B" & "B"
    $200 26
The Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
    $200 5
The Portuguese man-of-war has hundreds of these hanging from its main body, some of which may reach 165 feet in length
    $200 10
It's the military-inspired shoulder detail seen here
    $200 20
In 2004, 10 years after becoming president of South Africa, he officially retired from public life
    $200 1
Before keeping up with the Kardashians, this athlete kept up with decathletes, running a 10.94 100 at the Olympics
    $200 14
Animal pair involved in indoctrination about reproduction
    $400 27
The Jack Daniel Distillery
    $400 6
Served freeze-dried, the Tubifex type of these are a tasty treat for aquarium fish
    $400 11
A cutaway was a part of men's dress for this time of day, which is why it's also called that time of day's coat
    $400 21
When Henry Wells retired in 1868, this longtime associate became the president of American Express
    $400 2
Men from this country own the 100-meter sprint with times like 9.58, 9.63 & 9.69
    $400 15
Pittsburgh rare steak, charred on the outside & rare in the middle, is sometimes called this--ow!
    $600 28
Fort Sumter National Monument
    $600 7
A major garden pest, this shell-less snail cousin needs moisture to live & will dry out in the sunlight
    $600 12
The German name of these shorts implies that they're made of leather
    $600 22
Retired educator Ethel Andrus founded this group in 1958 to keep older people in the U.S. active
    $600 3
Her use of banned drugs led to this woman giving up her 100-meter gold from the 2000 Olympics as well as 4 other medals
    $600 16
A basic means of support, or a type of pickle
    $800 29
Faulkner's home Rowan Oak
    DD: $1,200 8
In 1983 Louisiana made this lobster relative its state crustacean
    $800 13
Christian Dior introduced the H-line, the Y-line & in 1955 this flared silhouette
    $800 24
Replaced by Elena Kagan in 2010, he's the last Supreme Court justice to retire
    $800 4
Bob Hayes sprinted to gold in 1964, then played 10 years for Tom Landry & this team, averaging 20 yards per catch
    $800 17
A period of prosperity followed by a downturn
    $1000 30
Check out its Shoshone Falls
    $1000 9
North America has only 4 species of milkweed butterflies, including this "kingly" one known for its migrations
    $1000 23
This brand of footed pajamas sounds like it has a medical degree
    $1000 25
The famed voice of NPR News, he has entered retirement as the scorekeeper emeritus of "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!"
"Roy had 5 correct answers for 10 more points; he now has 12 points, and Roy has the lead"
    $1000 19
Before dominating the 1960 Olympics, this African-Amer. sprinter could not even walk without orthopedic shoes until she was 11
    $1000 18
This British phrase about being over-safe contains 2 articles of clothing--remember the British word for suspenders

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

Erin Todd Michelle
$2,400 $3,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Todd Michelle
$6,000 $5,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ITALIAN ART & ARTISTS
PIRATES
MASTER OF NONE
ANIMATED MOVIE SONGS
LANGUAGES OF AFRICA
LITERARY DEMISES
    $400 16
Add one letter to "titan" to get this titan of Italian art, seen here in a self-portrait
    $400 19
A story from the early 1900s says, "Undoubtedly the grimmest part of" him "was his iron claw"
    $400 15
I'm giving you this type of check with no dollar amount--fill in $400
    $400 1
This 1991 Disney film contains the song "Be Our Guest"
    $400 6
Cairene Arabic is perhaps the most widely understood form of Arabic due to this country's films & TV shows
    $400 9
After seizing the ring from Frodo in "The Return of the King", he falls to his death with a last cry of "Precious"
    $800 17
Pope Alexander VII was a patron of Bernini, who designed the forecourt of this basilica
    $800 27
This colorful pirate's reign of terror along the Carolina coast ended when he was killed in battle on Nov. 22, 1718
    $800 21
It's the rhyming Spanish word that means "nothing" or "very little"
    $800 2
This Pixar film opens with the song "Put On Your Sunday Clothes" from "Hello, Dolly!"
    $800 7
This language's many dialects include kiMvita spoken in Mombasa
    $800 10
In this Russian novel, Raskolnikov calls a pawnbroker a "louse" & then brutally kills her with an ax
    $1200 20
Wordsworth wrote of this Leonardo painting, "The annunciation of the dreadful truth made to the twelve, survives"
    $1200 28
At the end of a sword fight, Will Turner ways, "You cheated"; this marauding movie character replies, "Pirate"
    $1200 24
3-letter Brit speak for zero in soccer, as in "Man U dominates the pitch & wins, 4-this"
    $1200 3
In "Bee Movie" you'll hear the words "honey honey" in this song by the Archies
    $1200 8
The Khoisan languages are rare in that they employ these sounds as consonants
    $1200 11
In this kids' classic, Travis has to shoot his dog because it's been bitten by a wolf infected with rabies
    $1600 22
Botticelli's masterpiece "Allegory of Spring" also has this Italian title
    $1600 29
This canine term was used for naval captains sent by Queen Elizabeth I to raid Spanish fleets in the Caribbean
    $1600 25
It means to crouch down but also denotes not much
    $1600 4
Danny Elfman composed a "Wedding Song" for this unfortunate title gal
    $1600 12
To ask, "How are you?" in this language, say "Hoe gaan dit met jou?"
    $1600 13
While mailing letters exposing this man, Lolita's mother Charlotte Haze is struck by a car
    $2000 23
One of Raphael's most famous works is an allegory of philosophy called "The School of" this place
    $2000 30
"To the shores of Tripoli" in the U.S. Marine's Hymn refers to the Marines' 1805 defeat of these N. African pirates
    DD: $5,000 26
The frequent pairing of these 2 4-letter words to mean "without legal force" is redundant
    $2000 5
A song in the "South Park" movie told us this alliterative skater built the pyramids & beat up Kubla Khan
    DD: $4,000 18
Countries using this as their official language include Mozambique & Guinea-Bissau
    $2000 14
This inspector who pursues Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" commits suicide by jumping into the Seine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Todd Michelle
$7,000 $16,400 $15,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITAL GEOGRAPHY
Of the 5 U.S. state capitals that begin with the letter "A", the one that is farthest north

Final scores:

Erin Todd Michelle
$8,000 $31,601 $17,599
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $31,601 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Erin Todd Michelle
$12,000 $14,000 $15,800
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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