Show #7284 - Thursday, April 21, 2016

Andrew Pau game 5.

WE ASKED: Designer Cynthia Rowley.

Contestants

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Jonpaul Guinn, a quiz host and writer from Providence, Rhode Island

Beth Dunn, a product demonstrator from Brooklyn, New York

Andrew Pau, an assistant professor from Amherst, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $123,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN, IMMORTALIZED
POPULAR WEBSITES
REALITY TV JUDGES
AROUND THE WORLD
YOU NEED FOOD TO GROW ON
SHORT "E"
    $200 11
A plaque at her bronze statue in Manhattan calls her a "delegate to the United Nations" & "the First Lady of the World"
    $200 21
"The worldwide leader in sports" is at this.go.com
    $200 24
(Hi, I'm fashion designer Cynthia Rowley.) I was a guest judge on this reality competition when the challenge for the designers was to make a hideous bridesmaid's dress wearable
    $200 1
Hands & feet in the vehicle at all times driving around this Asian island that gave its name to the world's largest lizards
    $200 16
They're high in good carbs & a great source of fiber, so go for garbanzo beans, aka these
    $200 2
It's the symbol over the one on your computer keyboard
    DD: $1,600 12
Greenville, Ohio honors this 19th century show biz woman & native of the state; note what she's holding
    $400 22
As of February 2016, this .com boastd 281.9 million blogs
    $400 25
Maroon 5's debut album, "Songs About Jane", was influenced by this lead singer's breakup with a girlfriend
    $400 3
This line goes around the world & gave its name to an Andean country
    $400 17
Men's Health says get bigger by eating pineapple to boost the pituitary gland's production of this, abbrev. HGH
    $400 7
This type of "calorie" has no real nutritional value
    $600 13
In 2005 Lord Nelson got company in this London square: almost 12 feet of "Alison Lapper Pregnant"
    $600 23
600 reasons you'll name this Jonah Peretti-founded social news site
    $600 28
"Entertainment runs through your veins like Chianti does through Bruno's", said Len to Marie Osmond on this show
    $600 4
Dry & crisp rose wines known as Tavel come from this southeastern French river's valley region
    $600 18
Order the sheepshead; like most of these animals, it's a good source of omega-3 fatty acids
    $600 8
Fit to be chosen, like the bachelors on that show
    $800 14
A statue of this ex-slave & abolitionist stands in Florence, Massachusetts, where she lived from 1843 to 1856
    $800 26
This satiric site: "EPA Urges Nation to Develop New Air Source"
    $800 29
Tom Colicchio blogged "Why Stefan's dish was the worst" in a post called "Hog Hell" on this Bravo show's website
    $800 5
Airports serving this capital city include Tegel & Schonefeld
    $800 19
This "homey" food, aka Dutch cheese, is high in casein, a slow-digesting protein; it lends its name to less desirable "thighs"
    $800 9
Storywise, TV dramas are usually dubbed either "serial" or this kind
    $1000 15
A statue of late congresswoman Barbara Jordan was unveiled in 2009 at this state university
    $1000 27
Here is the logo for this site where you share photos & ideas
    $1000 6
The trading city of Djenne is found in this country on a caravan route crossing the Sahara
    $1000 20
The people behind the slogan "the incredible edible" this food want you to know it helps you grow
    $1000 10
From Latin for "to instruct", it means "learned" or "scholarly"

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

Andrew Beth Jonpaul
$4,400 $2,000 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Beth Jonpaul
$7,000 $5,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY NEW YORK CITY
HYPHENATED TERMS
MOVIES' VILLAINS
(Alex: We'll give you the [*], you give me the movie's title.)
PAST TENSES
NEW WORLD EXPLORATION
BONE"S"
(Alex: But each correct response will not end with an "S". It'll begin with the letter "S".)
    $400 8
In this novel we see the city through the eyes of young Holden Caulfield
    $400 24
Pillsbury trademarked this term for a type of contest it has been holding since 1949
    $400 1
Non-spoiler alert! Kylo Ren is the bad guy
    $400 13
It's a homophone of a word for a chimney pipe
    $400 2
In 1631 Luke Foxe sailed the coast of Hudson Bay & proved it didn't lead to this long-sought waterway
    $400 14
Collectively it's made up of the cranial bones & most of the facial bones
    $800 9
E.L. Doctorow's "The Waterworks" is a Gothic thriller set during this man's corrupt 19th century rule of the city
    $800 25
Historically, these Germanic people lived in & ruled England & Wales until the Norman conquest
    $800 4
Cal Hockley, who didn't go down with the ship
    $800 15
It's a homophone of the period starting on Ash Wednesday
    $800 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from a waterfront.) In 1673, Frenchmen Louis Joliet & Jacques Marquette traveled from Chicago to Green Bay, mapping this Great Lake's western shore
    $800 20
The top 7 ribs on each side attach to this bone in the center of your thorax
    $1200 10
Suze Rotolo's "A Freewheelin' Time" is a memoir of her life in the 1960s Greenwich Village folk scene with this boyfriend
    DD: $4,000 26
The name of this figure in square dancing comes from a corruption of the French for "back to back"
    DD: $1,400 5
Biff Tannen, whether in 1955, 1985 or 2015 in this film series
    $1200 16
Verbs with their present & past tenses the same include this one meaning "chose the wrong actor"
    $1200 17
When Alonso de Ojeda landed at this lake, the villages on stilts reminded him of Venice, so he called the area Venezuela
    $1200 21
The bones of the shoulder are the humerus, the clavicle & the shoulder blade, aka this bone
    $1600 11
The New York times called "One Fifth Avenue" a "glossy new offering" from this "Sex and the City" scribe
    $1600 27
From 1955 until he retired in 1979, George Meany was the president of this union
    $1600 6
In this 2015 edition of a franchise, Deckard Shaw, who gets a piece of The Rock
    $1600 29
Buy, sell & this third traditional stock analyst rating all have irregular past tenses
    $1600 18
Accompanied by his dog, he climbed a peak in September 1513 & became the first European to see the Pacific from its eastern shore
    $1600 22
Together with the malleus & the incus, this tiny bone forms the middle ear
    $2000 12
This Jay McInerney novel evoked the yuppie party scene of 1980s New York City
    $2000 28
During the Revolution, Thomas Paine was this type of French-named military assistant to Gen. Nathanael Greene
    $2000 7
Revolutionary War British Colonel Tavington, who earns payback from Mel Gibson
    $2000 19
This Italian in the service of England reached the area of Newfoundland in 1497; son Sebastian was likely a crew member
    $2000 23
This bone attached at the hips helps form the pelvis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Beth Jonpaul
$20,400 $14,200 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CITY NAME ORIGINS
This city that's home to an NFL team is named for an 18th century British prime minister

Final scores:

Andrew Beth Jonpaul
$12,399 $100 $7,200
5-day champion: $136,201 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Beth Jonpaul
$19,000 $11,400 $12,200
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $42,600

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