Show #7323 - Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Hunter Appler game 6.

Contestants

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Sarah von Riedemann, a medical writer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Beth Masterson, a correctional librarian from Lincolnton, North Carolina

Hunter Appler, an attorney originally from Mount Airy, North Carolina (whose 5-day cash winnings total $129,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

WASHINGTON STATE SYMBOLS
BESTSELLING BOOKS
NON-TRADITIONAL ACTORS
AROUND THE WORLD
ADD TO "ADS"
HIGHLAND BLING
    $200 21
Washington is the USA's leading grower of these, the state's official fruit
    $200 2
A Chinese-American woman learns of troubling family secrets in this author's novel "The Bonesetter's Daughter"
    $200 1
In 2016 Todd Bridges said the late Nancy Reagan's part on this show helped him through his own drug problems
    $200 3
Though it's a country, with embassies & everything, its population is only about 800
    $200 11
(Kelly of the Clue Crew holds a Rubik's Cube while Sarah hula-hoops and Jimmy yo-yos.) Examples of these types of behavioral crazes over the years have included the yo-yo, the Rubik's Cube & the hula hoop
    $200 16
This skirtlike garment isn't just a fashion statement; Scottish regiments wore them in WWII
    $400 25
Woody Guthrie wrote the state folk song, "Roll On," this river, "Roll On"
    DD: $1,000 5
Skeeter, Hilly & Aibileen are all characters in this Kathryn Stockett novel set in 1962 Mississippi
    $400 19
This 2nd man on the Moon, after Homer Simpson caused a potato chip mess in space: "Careful! They're ruffled!"
    $400 4
Chile & Colombia both use currencies called this
    $400 12
Young fellows
    $400 17
You'll find Scottish Highland dancers wearing ghillie brogues on this body part
    $600 26
Popular for recreational fishing, the steelhead type of this is Washington's state fish
    $600 6
In this novel by Emma Donoghue, 5-year-old Jack lives in the title place with his ma (Brie Larson in the film)
    $600 20
We respect that in "Back to School", this comic didn't understand Vonnegut's books, so he had Kurt stop by in a cameo
    $600 7
The 4 most spoken languages in the world are Mandarin Chinese, English, Spanish & this other Asian one
    $600 13
"Crash" is one type of these places to live
    $600 22
General Campbell is looking sporty in his trous, linguistically similar to what we call these pants
    $800 29
The state gem is this fossil; the best place to see it in Washington is a state park in Vantage
    $800 10
After selling big with "Bush at War" & "Obama's Wars", this veteran reporter is ready for the next commander in chief
    $800 23
Offscreen on "Futurama", this theoretical physicist says, "There he is. Seize him"
    $800 8
Japan's 2 largest islands, they both start with the same letter
    $800 14
June recipients of congrats from moms & dads
    $800 27
To look fashionable when in this castle on the river Dee, why not wear a cap of the same name
    $1000 18
This female M.E. created by Patricia Cornwell celebrated her 25th anniversary in 2015 with "Depraved Heart"
    $1000 24
(Hi, I'm Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan.) I made my acting debut in 2014, ordering Annie & Abed around as the host of a VCR game catted "Pile of Bullets" on this NBC sitcom that also starred my old pal Jonathan Banks
    $1000 9
This "passage" named for an explorer separates South America from Antarctica
    $1000 15
Loads, tons, oodles
    $1000 28
The lacing is essential to the Highlander shirt seen here; its name is also a term for a partisan of James II

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

Hunter Beth Sarah
$2,400 -$600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Beth Sarah
$3,600 $800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

DECOMPOSING COMPOSERS
AUSTRAILIAN WILDLIFE
2-WORD RESPONSES
"M"TERTAINMENT
THE 1820s
INTERNATIONAL DAYS OF THE WEEK
    $400 2
After this Italian's death in Vienna on July 28, 1741, there would be no more seasons in his life, fall or otherwise
    $400 1
Also known as a noggum, this wild canine does not bark but howls to communicate
    $400 7
George Washington is entombed on the grounds of this mansion
    $400 10
TV's short-lived "Unhappily Ever After" was from the producers of this show about the unhappy Bundy family
    $400 15
The "stay out of my hemisphere" doctrine of 1823 is more commonly known by the name of this president
    $400 25
Donnerstag is Thursday in this language
    $800 18
After this man's death in Leipzig on July 28, 1750, there would be no more variations in his life, Goldberg or otherwise
    $800 3
A wallaroo gets its name from the fact that its size is between this marsupial & a kangaroo
    $800 26
This geyser was named for its predictability in 1870
    $800 11
In "The Matrix" this character offers Neo the red pill or the blue pill
    $800 16
A peasant named Yorgos Kentrotas uncovered this statue of Aphrodite on an Aegean island
    $800 24
In Hebrew this day is Yom Shabbat
    $1200 17
The last 2 items on a timeline of this German:
1882: premiere of "Parsifal";
1883: death
    $1200 9
This largest carnivorous marsupial & its ornery disposition are now confined to Australia's island state
    $1200 27
Description of high-end liquor or perhaps its harder-to-reach placement
    $1200 12
"Riven" is the sequel to this adventure video game
    DD: $2,000 21
Alexander Laing's triumph of finding this Mali trading post in 1826 was short-lived; he was murdered a month later
    $1200 19
Of martedi, mercoledi or giovedi, it's Tuesday in Italian
    $1600 4
In 1893 this "Symphonie pathetique" man began decomposing in St. Petersburg
    $1600 8
Known for its loud "laugh", this kingfisher doesn't eat fish but feasts on insects & small reptiles & amphibians
    $1600 29
In 1938 Seabiscuit had a match race against this Triple Crown winner with a military name
    $1600 13
Christian Slater won a Golden Globe as the mysterious title anarchist on this TV series
    $1600 22
A law known by this French word for one who leaves his country compensated noblemen who had fled the revolution
    $1600 20
Instead of "Monday, Monday", the French Mamas & Papas would have sung this, this
    DD: $1,500 5
He'd need his own "Requiem Mass" after getting a little too green around the gills on Jan. 27, 1901
    $2000 6
2 of the world's 3 largest birds live in Australia & both are flightless: the cassowary & this one
    $2000 28
This Italian cruise ship was hijacked on October 7, 1985
    $2000 14
"Stitches" is a 2016 hit song by this Canadian
    $2000 30
In 1827 the Curacao, owned by this country's navy, became the first ship to cross the Atlantic mainly using steam power
    $2000 23
Thank God it's "Friday" in Spanish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Beth Sarah
$10,000 $2,000 $8,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC MOVIE SCENES
The director said it took 70 camera setups & 7 days to shoot the classic murder scene in this film that celebrates its 55th anniversary in 2015

Final scores:

Hunter Beth Sarah
$16,601 $3,300 $16,600
6-day champion: $145,603 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hunter Beth Sarah
$10,000 $4,000 $10,800
16 R,
3 W
15 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $24,800

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