Show #7280 - Friday, April 15, 2016

Andrew Pau game 1.

Contestants

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McKinnie Lee Sizemore, a DJ and music journalist from Orlando, Florida

Andrew Pau, an assistant professor from Amherst, Ohio

Margaret Miles, a librarian from Wilmington, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $40,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

SPEAKER'S CORNER
COUNTRY MUSIC
IN MY DESK DRAWER
WRITERS BY INITIALS
(Alex: We'll give you the initials, you give us the full name of the author.)
"KNOCK", KNOCK
WHO'S THERE?
    $200 27
Nancy Pelosi was a mother of 5 when she moved to this state in 1969, just missing the Summer of Love
    $200 19
In 2015 this mother-daughter duo reunited for "Girls Night Out", a series of shows in Las Vegas
    $200 24
Aha! A glue stick from this brand whose mascot is seen here
    $200 1
A play-full Dublin native:
GBS
    $200 16
A fake Rolex, for one
    $200 17
Charles Ogle, who in 1910 became the first actor to play this reanimated monster on film
    $400 28
Speaker Macon didn't represent this state, but Speaker Gingrich did
    $400 13
This singer who goes by his first & middle names is known for his rousing country anthems
    $400 26
Scotch brand tape is a product of this alphanumeric company
    $400 4
Bestselling author of Jurassic proportions:
MC
    $400 15
Compounds like tetraethyl lead added to gasoline to inhibit preignition
    $400 18
This American frontiersman who blazed a trail through the Cumberland Gap
    $600 29
Thomas was the real name of this man who in 1936 graduated Boston College & joined the Mass. State House
    $600 11
At the 2015 CMA awards, their "Girl Crush" won for Single of the Year, & they won for Vocal Group
    $600 23
Tax time--need my calculator from this company whose logo is seen here
    $600 5
Content with little:
HDT
    $600 12
It's the seasoned meat product seen here
    $600 20
Eva Gonzales, a lesser known member of this artistic movement whose 1876 work is seen here
    $800 7
Paul Ryan & actress Heather Graham were both born in this state Jan. 29, 1970
    $800 9
This man's band has been in perfect harmony since coming on the scene

"You're such beautiful drug /
I can't get enough /
Addicted and I'm dying /
For a hit of your love..."
    $800 14
A red Swingline one of these was prized in the movie "Office Space"
    $800 6
Portrayed in the 1990s-set movie "The End of the Tour":
DFW
    $800 8
2-word way to lose a boxing match though you're still on your feet
    DD: $3,400 21
This dashing young soldier, who married Mary Anna Custis at Arlington House in Virginia on June 30, 1831
    $1000 30
A clapboard home west of Bonham, Texas was the little corner of the world of this longtime speaker, "Mr. Sam"
    $1000 3
Completes the lyric in the Johnny Cash classic, "I tell ya, life ain't easy for a..."
    $1000 25
Dixon makes these yellow & green pencils that are named for a township in New York
    $1000 2
A Peruvian Nobelist:
MVL
    $1000 10
The setbacks & lessons of real life are sometimes called this educational institution
    $1000 22
This British scientist, who in the 1820s designed a computerlike machine dubbed a "difference engine"

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

Margaret Andrew McKinnie
$2,400 $0 $6,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Margaret Andrew McKinnie
$10,000 $400 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ALMOST RHYMES WITH ORANGE
RUSSIAN CITIES
DESCRIBING THE ANIMAL
17th CENTURY PEOPLE
TV SHOWS BASED ON MOVIES
ODDS & "N"s
    $400 30
It's the form of rock most closely associated with Kurt Cobain & Nirvana
    $400 1
Museums in this most-populous Russian city include one housed in Stalin's WWII bunker
    $400 25
Simian
    $400 6
Painting Dr. Tulp, which means "Dr. Tulip", was one of this artist's first big jobs in Amsterdam
    $400 24
Billy Bob Thornton played a high school football coach in this 2004 film; Kyle Chandler in the TV series
    $400 16
Fitting one inside the other, they're the type of dolls seen here
    $800 29
In a popular saying, this "is a dish best served cold"
    $800 2
With a population of about 300,000, the port city of Murmansk is the world's largest city north of this geographic line
    $800 23
Taurine
    $800 7
A Japanese woman named Okuni began this theater for the common people in 1603
    $800 18
Norman & his mom Norma run the title establishment in this prequel to "Psycho"
    $800 13
Australia also has a region called this, but theirs doesn't include Vermont & Connecticut
    $1200 28
To scorch, or to burn the ends of hair or cloth
    $1200 3
Russia not only has a city named Marx, it has one named this for his co-writer
    DD: $3,600 21
Vespine
    $1200 8
Catholic ruler Ferdinand II's persecution of Protestants in Bohemia in 1618 sparked this long European war
    $1200 17
The short-lived "Delta House" was based on this movie set at Faber College
    $1200 12
This dried seaweed that's sold in sheets can go on the inside or the outside of your sushi
    $1600 26
It's the carrying of boats & supplies overland between 2 navigable bodies of water
    $1600 4
Grozny is the capital of this republic in the Caucasus that's been fighting for independence since 1991
    $1600 20
Cervine
    $1600 9
With a nose for science, around 1650 this French author wrote tales about imaginary journeys to the Moon & Sun
    $1600 14
Precogs can see murders before they happen in this Tom Cruise film that inspired a Fox TV show
    $1600 11
Irish composer John Field is considered the originator of these romantic compositions evocative of night
    $2000 27
It's French for a mixture or medley of things
    DD: $3,000 5
In the 1930s a ballet company as well as the city of Vyatka were renamed this for slain Communist Sergei
    $2000 22
Pavonine
    $2000 10
Made famous in a Longfellow poem, in 1621 this man was named military leader of Plymouth Colony
    $2000 19
A man can use all of his brain due to a drug called NZT in this series based on the Bradley Cooper film of the same name
    $2000 15
Note the family resemblance between King George V of England on the right & this first cousin on the left

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Margaret Andrew McKinnie
$16,000 $16,600 $16,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARY WOMEN AUTHORS
A critic said that this bestselling author "makes me wish there were more than 26 letters"

Final scores:

Margaret Andrew McKinnie
$31,999 $32,401 $32,400
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $32,401 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Margaret Andrew McKinnie
$17,000 $15,600 $16,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
24 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $48,800

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