Show #7326 - Monday, June 20, 2016

Contestants

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Sally Neumann, a mental health counselor from Seattle, Washington

Joe Mulder, a closed captioner originally from Marshall, Minnesota

Liz Haigney Lynch, a freelance writer and genealogist from Montclair, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $49,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

JUST MISSED THE TITANIC
OFFICIAL STATE SYMBOLS
THE CINEMA OF BRADLEY COOPER
BEASTLY LIT
"GO" AHEAD
MAKE MY CAR
    $200 1
Even though he had made a deposit, this chocolate magnate avoided the "kiss" of death
    $200 14
Oregon picked the Chinook type of this as its state fish
    $200 2
In this 2014 film a doctor tells Cooper's character that "the Navy has credited you with over 160 kills"
    $200 5
"Gloomy Gus" & "Gentle Ben" both by Walt Morey
    $200 3
Slinger Lefty or singer Selena
    $200 26
The Sentra of your attention
    DD: $800 8
Offered free passage on the Titanic, this Italian chose a different ship but his invention saved 700 lives
    $400 15
These, discovered in Arkansas in 1906, are the state gem; a state park is a Crater of them
    $400 10
This 2009 film about a bachelor party in Las Vegas & its 2 sequels all star Bradley Cooper as Phil
    $400 6
"Willy the Champ" by Anthony Browne & "Me Cheeta" by James Lever
    $400 4
The tails of pocket these rodents serve as an organ of touch
    $400 27
The $120,000 S-class coupe; my friends all drive Porsches, I must make amends
    $600 9
Edgar Selwyn, who gave this fellow film producer the "wyn" in his name, canceled passage to read a friend's novel
    $600 17
South Dakota's nickname mentions this landmark
    $600 11
Cooper supplied the voice of Rocket, a gun-toting talking raccoon, in this hit film
    $600 7
"Thunderhead" by Mary O'Hara & "King of the Wind" by Marguerite Henry
    $600 16
Any mass pursuit of wealth, like the one that these fellows are part of
    $600 28
The Rav4, which has the airbags8
    $800 18
This banker, the "Napoleon of Wall Street", booked passage & had his own private suite onboard but stayed in France
    $800 20
California's state motto is this Greek word that means "I have found it!"
    $800 12
Cooper played Face in this 2010 film based on a TV series; the original TV actor, Dirk Benedict, had a bit role in the film
    $800 22
"Thomasina" by Paul Gallico & "Socks" by Beverly Cleary
    $800 23
To push or impel, it's also a term for a prod to drive oxen
    $800 29
The Sportage
(Hint: SUV is 3 letters, too)
    $1000 19
A publisher talked this "Sister Carrie" author into taking a less expensive ship
    $1000 21
This state rock of Iowa has a name derived from Greek for "earthlike"
    $1000 13
Bradley said he "fell in love with" the curls he wore in an Oscar-nominated role as FBI agent Richie DiMaso in this fllm
    $1000 25
"Mumu" by Ivan Turgenev & "Big Red" by James Kjelgaard
    $1000 24
Proverbial "best friend" of NHLers like Henrik Lundqvist
    $1000 30
The A4 runs 4 rings around the competition

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

Liz Joe Sally
$1,600 $4,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Joe Sally
$3,800 $9,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ISTHMUS BE YOUR LUCKY DAY
FONTS
THE BILLBOARD ALL-TIME HOT 100
12-LETTER WORDS
WORLD PIECE
IN THE ____ OF BATTLE
    $400 1
The isthmus of this nation is the narrowest part of the Americas
    $400 5
This showy font bears the name of a New York City street
    $400 2
No. 1:
C'mon baby, let's do this Chubby Checker dance sensation that topped the chart in both 1960 & 1962
    $400 6
The act of putting Naugahyde on the divan
    $400 16
2,200 miles in radius, this piece inside the Earth is about the size of Mars
    $400 15
Named for some big old structures nearby, the 1798 fight in which the French took Cairo:
Battle of the ____
    $800 3
This peninsula on the Black Sea is joined to the mainland by the Isthmus of Perekop
    $800 8
Copperplate Gothic harkens back to the era when printers cut into copper plates in this technique
    $800 7
No. 74:
"Just The Way You Are"--by him, not Billy Joel
    $800 13
It can refer to a not-so-close friend or personal knowledge of a subject
    $800 18
This system stretches west to east from Nanga Parbat to Namcha Barwa
    $800 17
1658 on a beach near Dunkirk, named for the sand formations on which it was fought:
Battle of the ____
    $1200 4
Cutting the isthmus between Africa & Asia, this canal shortened the distance between England & India by about 5,000 miles
    $1200 9
Dashing off a quick "note"? Try this font whose name means "deserving of attention"
    $1200 14
No. 68:
The Stones didn't make the list, but this Maroon 5/Christina Aguilera pairing did
    $1200 21
"Rocky" term for putting up obstacles to delay the release of damaging information
    $1200 19
The name of this Earth layer that extends to about 60 miles in depth is from Greek for "stone ball"
    $1200 26
Tennessee, 1863:
Battle of Lookout ____
    $1600 12
Just east of the Gulf of Finland, the Karelian Isthmus was the on/off HQ of this leading Commie between 1906 & '17
    DD: $1,500 10
The name of this popular font is from the Latin for "runner"
    $1600 27
No. 100:
He just got in the door with 1997's "You Make Me Wanna..."
    $1600 22
An aquarium becomes this when it's devoted to a certain specific creature
    DD: $2,000 24
Earth's atmosphere is about 1% this alphabetically first noble gas
    $1600 29
1813 fight in which Tecumseh was killed near a river in Ontario, not central London:
Battle of the ____
    $2000 20
Nearly 1/3 of New Zealand's people live in this isthmian city on north island
    $2000 11
Last name of John, an 18th century type designer, & of a family menaced by a fictional hound
    $2000 30
At No. 83, "Play That" 1970s Wild Cherry hit, which began as an actual command from the drummer
    $2000 23
In 1609 Kepler lent new support to the theory that the planets revolve around the Sun, known by this adjective
    $2000 25
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows two geological diagrams on the monitor.) Magma welling up from the Earth's interior creates new crust at the bottom of the ocean & drives the movement of the continents according to the hypothesis called this alliterative spreading
    $2000 28
1939-45 struggle in which Allied destroyers & German U-boats disputed control of vital sea lanes:
Battle of the ____

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Joe Sally
$5,400 $14,600 $13,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN LITERATURE
"Episodes" in this 1922 work include the Lotus Eaters & Ithaca

Final scores:

Liz Joe Sally
$6 $1,399 $10,900
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $10,900

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Liz Joe Sally
$5,000 $14,600 $13,600
9 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
23 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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