Show #7321 - Monday, June 13, 2016

Hunter Appler game 4.

Contestants

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Barbara Amster, a retired teacher from Warrenton, Virginia

Amber Garrett, an entertainment news editor from New York, New York

Hunter Appler, an attorney originally from Mount Airy, North Carolina (whose 3-day cash winnings total $71,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

GLUTEN-US MINIMUS
HOLIDAYS AROUND THE WORLD
WE RECOGNIZE THE SENATOR FROM NEW YORK
RHYMES WITH BRAINS
ACTORS IN COMMERCIALS
BOOK ENDS
(Alex: We'll give you the last lines of a work of fiction. You identify the novel for us.)
    $200 18
Beer generally has gluten, but this hard beverage, like from Angry Orchard, does not
    $200 11
Following a request from Pope Benedict XVI, Cuba reinstated this holiday, observed 2 days before Easter
    $200 12
Last name of Charles, who served from 1968 to 1971; you may be familiar with his son Roger, the NFL Commissioner
    $200 1
Here are 35 of them
    $200 13
If you're Cindy Drummond, you play a mom calling a spy hero at the worst time, in ads for this insurer; it's what you do
    $200 5
"The scar had not pained Harry for 19 years. All was well"
    $400 19
This pudding made from cornmeal, a staple of northern Italy, is naturally free of gluten
    $400 23
In this country, April 24 is a day for remembering the more than 1 million victims of the 1915 genocide
    $400 27
In 2015 Harry Reid said, "I think" this man "should be able to succeed me" as leader of the Senate Democrats
    $400 2
The internal jugular ones drain your brain
    $400 14
Henry Strozier & Justin Hagan are not farmers, but they do stand in bogs of these fruits in Ocean Spray commercials
    $400 6
"Before the night has come, have I lived to see the last warrior of the wise race..."
    $600 21
This high-protein grain is actually related to spinach & was considered the "gold of the Incas"
    $600 24
A public holiday in some countries, Vesak commemorates his birth, enlightenment & death
    $600 28
It was pure folly for this senator to run against Lincoln in 1860 but he did end up in Abe's cabinet
    $600 3
Late, unlamented brothers Uday & Qusay
    $600 15
This "Law & Order" assistant D.A. has told us the virtues of TD Ameritrade
    $600 7
"(John Galt) raised his hand and over the desolate earth he traced in space the sign of the dollar"
    $800 20
Gluten-free dessert options: chocolate mousse, flan & this French custard topped with a brittle layer of sugar
    $800 25
On this holiday observed on November 1 & 2, families in Mexico gather together to remember departed loved ones
    DD: $200 29
This Dutch man flew into his seat on March 4, 1821 but that wasn't his last stop, politically
    $800 4
The Super Chief & the City of Salina are 2 of these
    $800 16
A natural blonde, Morgan Smith goes redhead to play her character in ads for this fast food chain
    $800 9
"I got onto the bed with her and put my arms around her. 'Thanks, Ollie'. Those were her last words"
    $1000 22
"It's in there", the longtime slogan of this Italian-named sauce brand, does not refer to gluten
    $1000 26
On July 30 this country celebrates Mohammed VI's ascension to the throne
    $1000 30
His appointment in 1949 lasted only 4 months but he did enough other stuff to get an airport in D.C. named for him
    $1000 8
All together now--they're the choruses of songs
    $1000 17
Phone home--Milana Vayntrub plays the young & helpful Lily, a saleswoman for this company
    $1000 10
"This was a base libel on Badger, who... was rather fond of children; but it never failed to have its full effect"

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

Hunter Amber Barbara
$3,200 $1,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Amber Barbara
$8,400 $2,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NEW IN SCIENCE
IT'S ALL ABOUT HER
CAPITALS OF THE WEST INDIES
WORDS WITH SILENT CONSONANTS
THE LAW
YOU USED TO BE "BIG"
    $400 2
Northwestern U. researchers have developed new photovoltaic cells for these panels that use tin rather than lead
    $400 7
"The Princess and the Package", about this beloved woman
    $400 13
President Obama's 2016 visit to this city was the first by a U.S. president since Calvin Coolidge showed up on a battleship
    $400 1
Public or private, it's what you owe
    $400 15
This late justice said personally he'd jail "weirdos" who burn the flag, but sided with a 1989 decision that it's free speech
    $400 17
Ali Vincent dropped 112 pounds to be the first female winner of this TV show
    $800 11
The World Health Organization says that due in part to a Tali-ban on vaccinations, this paralytic disease is on the upswing
    $800 8
"Road to Tara", about this author
    $800 14
The Hope Road Walking Tour in this capital begins at the Bob Marley museum
    $800 3
Tiny imaginary bearded guy guarding his treasure or standing in your garden
    $800 16
Sir Edward Coke's maxim "a man's house is his" this is one basis for privacy law
    $800 18
In this 1983 film Kevin Kline & his pals from the University of Michigan go Blue as they gather for a funeral
    $1200 12
In March 2016 an eclipse ended the day before it began as the Moon's shadow moved east across this line
    DD: $1,200 9
"Full Bloom: The Art & Life of" her
    $1200 26
Bridgetown is the capital of this "Birthplace of Rum", the easternmost nation in the West Indies
    $1200 4
"Facade" by Frederick Ashton is this type of artistic work
    DD: $2,000 20
It's the power of government to expropriate land for public use subject to reasonable compensation
    $1200 19
Mid 2000s TV show about multiple family man Bill Henrickson
    $1600 25
In 2015, the Intl. Year of Light, new uses of this beam device included making metal water-repellent & measuring sharks
    $1600 10
"Stormy Weather"--this singer & actress
    $1600 5
It sounds like you're going to a balmy island with this adjective for a drug that alters one's perception, mood or actions
    $1600 21
This liberal icon who once represented Patty Hearst & Claus von Bulow has been a Harvard professor for 50 years
    $1600 23
Alias of artist Ed Roth, known for his car customizing & his "Rat Fink" creation
    $2000 28
Scientists are helping Darwin's finches on these islands fight off parasitic flies with the help of a mild pesticide
    $2000 22
"Rosemary: The Hidden" daughter of this family
    $2000 27
Fort-de-France, capital of this French island, has a statue of the Empress Josephine, who was born on the island in 1763
    $2000 6
An expected future situation or sequence of events; it can also refer to a screenplay
    $2000 24
Nickname of tennis' Mr. Tilden, the first athlete to make it into "Who's Who" in America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Amber Barbara
$17,600 $10,800 $200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BILLBOARD CHART-TOPPERS
This singer's first studio album came out in 1955, but a 2011 duets release was his first album to hit No. 1

Final scores:

Hunter Amber Barbara
$21,601 $800 $200
4-day champion: $93,001 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hunter Amber Barbara
$17,400 $10,800 $1,400
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
14 R,
1 W
12 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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