Show #7269 - Thursday, March 31, 2016

Contestants

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Laura Mogul, an executive director from Port Washington, New York

Fariha Ali, an attorney from Wellesley, Massachusetts

Todd Giese, a hotel front desk manager from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $52,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

FIRST NAMES
HYDROLOGY
COUNTRY RHYME TIME
MIDDLE S
(Alex: Each correct response will have have an "S" exactly in the middle.)
NATIONAL STATUARY HALL
THE COLLEGE/ATHLETE
    $200 5
This Italian form of Louis is the first name of a Super Mario brother
    $200 16
This term for the surface flow of excess rainwater sounds like an additional contest after a tie
    $200 1
A large extended family in Yokohama
    $200 21
You have a cavity--this one pertaining to the nose
    $200 11
Representing Florida is inventor John Gorrie, who pioneered this technology vital to life there in the summer
    $200 26
John Elway, Kerri Strug & Tiger Woods had fun out west on the Farm
    $400 6
2010's most popular names for girls included Ella, Bella & this No. 1 name that included both of those names
    $400 17
A structure such as the Pont du Gard, designed to transport water from a remote source, usually by gravity
    $400 2
Single footwear in Lima
    $400 22
Type of tree, or powdery burn residue
    $400 12
John McLoughlin represents this state from which he managed the region between Spanish California & Russian Alaska
    $400 27
Jim Harbaugh, Chris Webber & Jim Abbott looked a-maize-ing in blue
    $600 7
This first name of the leader of the Argonauts is perfect for a doctor--it's from the Greek for "healer"
    $600 18
The gradual movement of water through porous openings in rock or soil, it's also a way to make coffee
    $600 3
A father in a landlocked central African country
    $600 23
On the gridiron, this type of "conduct" costs you 15 yards
    DD: $1,400 13
A statue of this governor & assassination victim stands solid for Louisiana
    $600 28
Ru-dy! Ru-dy! Rudy Ruettiger, Carl Yastrzemski & Bill Laimbeer
    $800 8
This Old Testament name, that of the youngest of Jacob's 12 sons, means "son of the right hand"
    $800 19
Effluent is wastewater that flows from one of these facilities, like NYC's Bowery Bay
    $800 4
A home rental agreement in Athens
    $800 24
This pop style of dancing will never be dead
    $800 14
One a priest & one a monarch, they're the 2 men whose statues represent Hawaii in the Hall
    $800 29
The real "Crash" Davis, Sonny Jurgensen & Christian Laettner had Carolina in their minds
    $1000 9
Think of the French for "born", used before a woman's maiden name, & you'll know this female name means "born again"
    $1000 20
In the Americas this hydrological line stretches from Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska down to Southern Patagonia
    $1000 10
A song's chorus in Kiev
    $1000 25
Direct pecuniary aid given by government to a private business
    $1000 15
One of the statues representing California is of this mission builder canonized in 2015
    $1000 30
Mark McGwire, Reggie Bush & O.J. (We mean Mayo!)

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

Todd Fariha Laura
$1,200 $1,400 $5,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Fariha Laura
$2,600 $3,200 $8,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

I LOVE A SYMPHONY
PUP QUIZ
THE WINE CELLAR
ODD WORDS
VICTOR
HUGO AWARD-WINNING NOVELS
    $400 24
The melody of the third movement of Gustav Mahler's "Titan" symphony is based on this French children's song
    $400 1
Despite being a total chicken, this animated
Great Dane stumbles on clues to help Fred & the gang solve mysteries
    $400 13
A fruity pink wine is white zin, short for this
    $400 7
If your celebrating your octingentenary in 2016, you were born in this year
    $400 2
The 48 B.C. Battle of Pharsalus: This comer, seer & conqueror
    $400 9
J.K. Rowling won in 2001 for this novel partly about an object full of flames
    $800 25
"Merrymaking of the Country Folk" is the third movement of his "Pastoral" symphony
    $800 16
Mickey Mouse's companion, he had his own cartoon shorts including 1945's "Canine Casanova"
    $800 17
The CMS, the Court of Master these, has guidelines for its professionals, including what to do if wine is spilled on a guest
    $800 8
Buffy Summers knows that sanguivorous means subsisting on this
    $800 3
The Wars of the Roses: This noble house
    $800 10
This author's 5 Hugo-winning novels include "Farmer in the Sky" & "Starship Troopers"
    DD: $2,000 26
Fitting 4-word subtitle of the Dvorak symphony Neil Armstrong listened to on his trip to the moon
    $1200 21
Lucky dog! Legend has it that this Warner Bros. German Shepherd died in the arms of Jean Harlow
    $1200 18
In the U.S., if a wine label says "contains" these, SO2 was used, probably as a preservative
    $1200 12
Decorticate a birch & you are peeling this from it
    $1200 4
In 2 Samuel: This King of Israel over the Philistines, whom he smote from Gera to Gazer
    $1200 11
Frederik Pohl's 1978 winner "Gateway" is about an abandoned alien base "formed around" one of these space rocks
    $1600 27
"Lamentation" is one movement of Leonard Bernstein's symphony named for this Biblical prophet
    $1600 22
This boy reporter & adventurer created by Herge has a dog named Snowy
    $1600 19
This adjective means that wine has been made stronger by the addition of a spirit; sherry is one type
    $1600 14
A zapata, inspired by Emiliano Zapata's, is one of these that curves down on each side
    $1600 5
The Battle of Antietam: The Army of this river
    $1600 29
This author won twice in a row in the 1980s, for "Speaker for the Dead" & "Ender's Game"
    $2000 28
An 1829 visit to Holyrood Palace inspired Felix Mendelssohn to write this "national" symphony
    $2000 23
Brad Anderson created this comic strip canine back in 1954
    DD: $2,000 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Viticulture & Enology Department at UC Davis.) A treasure of the special collections room is a 1934 vintage from Chateau Latour, one of the four chateaux that in 1855 received first growth status in this French region
    $2000 15
Mafficking, which means boisterous celebrating, was inspired by the end of the Siege of Mafeking in this war
    $2000 6
The 431-404 B.C. Peloponnesian War: The alliance headed by this city-state
    $2000 30
A new planet's appearance wreaks havoc on Earth in this 1965 winner named for what "planet" means in Greek

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Fariha Laura
$11,000 $10,400 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
Since 1998 this actress has received 7 Oscar nominations, the most earned after age 60 by any performer

Final scores:

Todd Fariha Laura
$22,000 $602 $0
3-day champion: $74,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Todd Fariha Laura
$11,000 $10,400 $12,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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