Show #7330 - Friday, June 24, 2016

Contestants

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Peyton Brown, a laborer from Chicago, Illinois

Harris Stutman, a medical informaticist from Huntington Beach, California

Laurie MacDougall, a cancer registrar originally from Medford, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $78,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

EDIBLE EXPRESSIONS
THE CONSCIENCE FUND
FITNESS & EXERCISE
HUGE TRACTS "O" LAND
(Alex: We want you to give us the play because we'll deal with...)
LATER IN THE SHAKESPEARE SPEECH
CONNECT 4
    $200 11
You're embarrassed if you have this "on your face"
    $200 20
The Conscience Fund, voluntary donations from people who believe they owe the U.S. money, is run by this Cabinet Dept.
    $200 24
Drop & give me 2,220 of these, like world record holder Carlton Williams did in one hour in 2015
    $200 6
It's both the most populated & southernmost province in Canada
    $200 1
The light breaks through yonder window, uh huh... "Her vestal livery is but sick and green"... How romantic!
    $200 14
Elaine,
George,
Kramer,
Newman
    $400 17
4-word expression meaning absolutely everything, illustrated here
    $400 9
$1,000 came with a note to this org.: "I cheated on last year's income tax... If I still can't sleep, I'll send you the balance"
    $400 29
Keep your knees bent & your lower back on the floor while doing this exercise that isolates your abs, cap'n
    $400 7
There were 66 sq. mi. less o' land when the Grand Lake o' the Cherokees was created in 1940 in this state
    $400 2
Yadayadayada dagger before me... "It is the bloody business which informs thus to mine eyes"
    $400 15
"Blowin' In The Wind",
"I Want You",
"Jokerman",
"Not Dark Yet"
    $600 12
If something else requires your attention, you may have bigger these "to fry"
    $600 21
One 1990 gift was for $155,502, but the fund began with a $5 donation in 1811 during the administration of this president
    $600 25
NFL prospects run this dash, roughly the distance they'd have to run to cover an average punt
    $600 8
Britannica says in this Arabian Peninsula nation, "The sun is hot. It is worse when the wind blows; then it is like a furnace"
    $600 3
Yorick is toast, ba-ba-ba... "Where be your gibes now? Your gambols, your songs, your flashes of merriment"
    $600 18
"The Big Bang Theory",
"2 Broke Girls",
"NCIS",
"60 Minutes"
    $800 13
Edibles as nicknames for redheads include this rhizome used as a spice
    $800 10
A religious vet sent $500 for stealing from the military, writing, "I am" one of these, "However, I was not always"
    $800 26
This workout regimen that has trademarked "sport of fitness" calls its gyms "boxes"
    DD: $1,000 27
The Musgrave Mountain Range is in this region that by some definitions, covers 80% of a continent
    $800 4
Something about "the quality of mercy", going into "It blesseth him that gives, and him that takes"
    $800 16
Adam Clayton,
David Evans,
Paul Hewson,
Larry Mullen Jr.
    $1000 23
Slang term for an array of medals & badges on a military uniform
    $1000 22
The fund received a 44-cent donation from a woman who confessed to reusing 2 of these
    $1000 30
Wood you like to hold this abdominal exercise position for 4 hours & 26 mins. like Mao Weidong did in 2014?
    $1000 28
The Shetland Islands are about 130 miles north of Scotland; this group of islands is just 20 miles north of the mainland
    $1000 5
Jealousy is a b--no, no, a monster, got it-- "That cuckold lives in bliss who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger"
    $1000 19
"Duel",
"Jaws",
"Hook",
"Munich"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Laurie Harris Peyton
$1,200 $1,800 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Harris Peyton
$3,800 $3,000 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS MAGAZINES
PLACES THAT BECAME WORDS
THE CRUSADES
DOUBLE "A"
XENON
WORRIER PRINCESS
    $400 2
Swimsuit of almost no material at all named for an explosive Pacific atoll
    $400 3
In a nursery rhyme it precedes black sheep
    $400 17
Xenon bulbs are commonly used in these devices that put the flickers up on the big screen
    $400 8
In a 1980 movie she says, "You're not actually going into an asteroid field"
    $800 27
Chase Revel founded this magazine whose name means "a business starter", so he's one himself
    $800 24
This formal outfit for men is named after an exclusive area in New York's Ramapo Mountains
    $800 21
In 1260 Mamluk forces from this African nation halted the advance of the Mongols in Palestine
    $800 6
An idolatrous creation as described in the Book of Exodus was pleasing to this biblical man
    $800 14
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows the periodic table on the monitor.) Xenon & the other noble gases were traditionally group zero on the periodic table because it was thought they couldn't form these with other atoms to make chemical compounds
    $800 9
This animated princess says to her rescuer, "This is all wrong. You're not supposed to be an ogre"
    $1200 25
Maybe Steve of this last name should put himself on one of his own magazine's "Most Powerful" lists
    $1200 1
The All Blacks excel at this sport named for an English school
    $1200 20
The Muslims referred to the Christians by this term, the people who took over Gaul & gave it its present name
    $1200 4
A fair at which miscellaneous articles are sold, or a Middle Eastern market consisting of a street lined with shops
    $1200 13
The word xenon is derived from the Greek word meaning this type of person
    $1200 10
She asks, "Is it safe?" before getting on the magic carpet, but seems to chill when "A Whole New World" starts
    $1600 26
Money mag's 2015 "Best Places to Live" was topped by apex, near the Research Triangle in this Southern state
    $1600 22
An apocalyptic battle site named for a hill near Haifa
    DD: $3,200 19
This future Catholic saint "dogged" Europe in the mid-1140s with powerful sermons encouraging a new crusade
    $1600 5
Symbols of this holiday include the Kikombe Cha Umoja, a unity cup
    $1600 16
Xenon is used to create fluorouracil, which is used to treat the basal cell type of this condition
    $1600 11
She's worried about rodents of unusual size in the fire swamp, but Westley doubts they exist until one attacks him
    $2000 28
This personal finance magazine was co-founded by a man named Austin, not Rudyard
    DD: $2,000 23
A Moroccan seaport on the Strait of Gibraltar lends its name to this citrus fruit
    $2000 18
In 1291 this city on Israel's northern coast became the last Crusader State to fall to the Muslims
    $2000 7
This antacid is named for its 2 main ingredients: magnesium hydroxide & aluminum hydroxide
    $2000 15
A xenon-ion engine powered Smart-1, the first lunar probe by this organization abbreviated ESA
    $2000 12
Audrey Hepburn as Princess Anne has royal worries that she ditches while going incognito in this city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Harris Peyton
$11,400 $14,600 $800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ALLITERATIVE AMERICANS
In 1932 he & several San Francisco colleagues formed Group f/64 to promote greater realism in their art

Final scores:

Laurie Harris Peyton
$6,500 $23,000 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $23,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laurie Harris Peyton
$11,400 $17,600 $4,000
12 R,
3 W
23 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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