Show #7331 - Monday, June 27, 2016

Contestants

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Tony Orcutt, an analyst from Seattle, Washington

Susan Sexton, an actuary originally from Peachtree Corners, Georgia

Harris Stutman, a medical informaticist from Huntington Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHICH DOCUMENT CAME FIRST?
(Alex: We'll give you a list.)
MUSICAL SETTINGS
BIBLE BRIEFS
4-LETTER "V"ORDS
I'D LIKE TO THANK
THE ECONOMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS & SCIENCES
    $200 11
Hammurabi's Code,
the Edict of Milan,
the Koran
    $200 2
This musical mostly takes place in & around a palace in Bangkok
    $200 14
Idyllic eastern spot:
G.O.E.
    $200 26
It's commonly served parmigiana
    $200 21
the person who invented the Cuban cocktail--lime juice, lemon juice, sugar & this potent potable
    $200 1
Increasing sales, one building containing several movie theaters is known by this term
    $400 12
The Treaties of Utrecht,
the Magna Carta,
the 95 Theses
    $400 7
Act I of this musical starts in 1938 at Nonnberg Abbey in Austria
    $400 15
In Luke 8:2 she had to deal with her own demons:
M.M.
    $400 27
You "take" this when you make your vows and become a nun
    $400 22
this style of jeans seen here for their roominess--sometimes you gotta let those calves breathe
    $400 3
In 2015 Universal became the first studio ever to have 3 films each pass this monetary earnings mark
    $600 13
The Federalist Papers,
the Articles of Confederation,
the Declaration of Independence
    $600 8
It's set at a Baltimore theatre that's doing a musical version of "The Taming of the Shrew"
    $600 18
It lays out the blesseds:
S.O.T.M.
    $600 28
This word meaning to use an e-cigarette was Oxford Dictionaries' Word of the Year for 2014
    $600 23
Kanye West for giving us so many different versions to choose from of this early 2016 album
    $600 4
If you're sharing in a movie's revenue, you don't want your take based on net profits but on this opposite
    $800 16
The Fourteen Points,
the U.N. Charter,
"Mein Kampf"
    DD: $1,000 9
The Cook County jail in the 1920s is the setting for much of this show
    $800 19
A trio of sons:
C., A. & S.
    $800 29
It's the mouse-like rodent seen here
    $800 24
this country for its hospitality; I love Valparaiso, your seaport city on the Pacific
    $800 5
In production budgets, grips & catering are said to be "below" this; star actors & producers, "above" it
    $1000 17
NAFTA,
the German Reunification Treaty,
the Good Friday Agreement
    $1000 10
This show is set in Philadelphia during the Continental Congress
    $1000 20
Inscription on Jesus' robe in Revelation:
K.O.K.
    $1000 30
A femme fatale
    $1000 25
Sen. Edmund Muskie for sponsoring this 1970 Act, ordering auto emissions cut by 90%
    $1000 6
This "wooden" term for the main film released during the summer peak season implies that it holds up a studio's fortunes

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

Harris Susan Tony
$1,800 $2,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Susan Tony
$4,800 $4,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPRAH'S BOOK CLUB CLASSICS
WAR OF THE WORDS
FOOD & DRINK SCIENCE
MARGARET ME
SAINTS & THEIR CITIES
'90s MUSIC
    $400 26
This Charles Dickens novel that partly takes place in France got the Oprah nod in 2010
    $400 21
A public official might have this war word "of interest" & have to recuse himself
    $400 20
Too many fats in beer interfere with foam stability, so you might not get that nice one of these at the top of the glass
    $400 11
She led Britain through the 1980s
    $400 6
The Franciscans' founder, St. Francis of this city
    $400 1
After years as a backup singer, she hit it big in 1994 with "All I Wanna Do"
    DD: $3,000 27
In 2004 Oprah reached back to this 19th century classic about an adulterous
Russian wife
    $800 22
This word for a military fight can be found in front of "axe" or "cry"
    $800 19
The "danger zone rule" suggests that these organisms, like Shigella, multiply right up until you cook them at 140°
    $800 12
I'll get you to name this "Wizard of Oz" actress, my pretty
    $800 7
Patron saint of Peru & all of South America, St. Rose of this city
    $800 2
This country superstar's "Friends In Low Places" was named CMA Single of the Year for 1991
    $1200 28
One of the 3 William Faulkner books Oprah picked for 2005
    $1200 23
This 4-letter word can mean a boxing match or a period of illness
    $1200 16
Black teas increase by almost half the possibly anti-aging activity of these compounds, like vitamin E
    $1200 13
Princess Margaret was born in 1930, 4 years after this sister
    $1200 8
A patron saint of the Internet, but not of barbers, Spanish theologian St. Isidore of here
    $1200 3
This Seattle band's 1991 debut album was titled "Ten" for the uniform number of NBA player Mookie Blaylock
    $1600 29
As a tie-in with her selection of this Alan Paton work about apartheid, Oprah sent 3 viewers on a trip to South Africa
    $1600 24
3 E's are the only vowels you need to spell this French word for a fight
    $1600 17
Birds can't taste this pungent compound found in hot peppers, so they eat them & spread the seeds far & wide
    $1600 14
Margaret Burbidge was the first woman to head up this royal observatory
    $1600 9
14th century mystic & patron saint of Italy, St. Catherine of this city in Tuscany
    $1600 4
In 1998 these gals had back-to-back No. 1 hits with "There's Your Troubles" & "Wide Open Spaces"
    $2000 30
"Night" is this author's autobiographical work about a 12-year-old enduring Nazi camps
    DD: $1,600 25
This old-timey term for hand-to-hand combat starts with a hand ready to strike a blow
    $2000 18
Green bananas produce this gas, which causes them to ripen; trapping the gas in a bag speeds up the process
    $2000 15
She coined the term "birth control"
    $2000 10
Bishop, patron of France & "The Glory of Gaul", St. Martin of this city
    $2000 5
"Protect Ya Neck" was the first single by this hip-hop group with a martial arts-themed name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Susan Tony
$9,200 $12,800 $21,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH MONARCHS
His reign was interrupted for "100 days" in the 19th century before he was restored & reigned for 9 years more

Final scores:

Harris Susan Tony
$16,700 $8,199 $16,399
2-day champion: $39,700 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Harris Susan Tony
$9,200 $12,800 $19,000
14 R,
4 W
18 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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