Show #7332 - Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Contestants

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Afam Onyema, a nonprofit co-founder and leader originally from Chicago, Illinois

Jennifer Lloyd, a baker from Bloomington, Indiana

Harris Stutman, a medical informaticist from Huntington Beach, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $39,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

OH, GOD!
NAME THEIR SPORT
20th CENTURY QUOTES
DOING BUSINESS ONLINE
WESTMINSTER
"A" "B"
(Alex: Each correct response will be two words--the first word beginning with the letter "A", the second word beginning with the "B".)
    $200 11
"Volcano" comes from the name of this fire god
    $200 3
Abby Wambach
    $200 1
According to Thomas Edison, this "is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration"
    $200 26
Support your local reality TV hotel heiress when you book online at this chain once dubbed "America's business address"
    $200 2
Westminster, Md. was an important Union supply base during this July 1863 battle 20 miles north in Pennsylvania
    $200 16
It's used for voting by mail
    $400 13
This sea god telling his wife Amphitrite that Pegasus was the result of his love affair must have been an adventure
    $400 4
Julian Edelman
    DD: $1,000 8
In November 1973 Richard Nixon made this declaration, saying he'd earned everything he'd got
    $400 27
"Favorites" from this Maine-based retailer include women's hiking boots & flannel sheets
    $400 15
The Westminster Kennel Club takes its name not from a city, but from a favorite hotel bar in this city
    $400 17
The illustration shows him in his famous "Open Sesame!" moment
    $600 14
In Egyptian myth, when Geb retired to heaven, this guy, the big "O", became pharaoh & took Isis as his queen
    $600 5
Michelle Kwan
    $600 9
To winners of a writing contest, Lorraine Hansberry said it is "doubly dynamic--to be young, gifted" & this
    $600 28
The website of this airline promises "transfarency" & "bags fly free", no matter which direction you go
    $600 19
Westminster, Colorado boasts a location midway between Denver & this place with a fitting name for a city in the Rockies
    $600 18
The Northern Lights, for Latin lovers
    $800 22
This god is seen here flaying Marsyas who defeated him in a lyre & flute contest
    $800 6
Jason Day
    $800 10
In a 1916 interview this Michigan businessman said that "history is more or less bunk"
    $800 29
In addition to numerous shopping deal & its "Club O" program, this.com also has a link for pet adoptions
    $800 24
Part of greater Vancouver today, New Westminster was founded in 1859 as the capital of this province
    $800 20
It has wooly hair, big horns & the scientific name Bison bison
    $1000 23
At Ragnarok, this one-eyed god will be eaten by a wolf named Fenrir, so he has that to look forward to
    $1000 7
Missy Franklin
    $1000 12
In the 1970s, this Nobel Prize-winning economist popularized the phrase "There's no such thing as a free lunch"
    $1000 30
"Fun. It's serious business", says this ticket-reselling site that opened for biz in 2000
    $1000 25
Visit Westminster, Calif. for great banh mi; it's home to "Little" this, the old name of Vietnam's largest city
    $1000 21
Ceres travels in this expanse between Mars & Jupiter

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

Harris Jennifer Afam
$3,200 $1,200 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Jennifer Afam
$3,400 $5,600 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

I JUST GOT OUT OF PRISON AFTER 30 YEARS
THE HUMAN BODY
HIDING PLACES
(Alex: Each response is a place whose name is found in the text of the clue.)
HISTORY BOOKSHELF
'BYE, RACHEL! COUPLES
METAPHORS BE WITH "U"
    $400 9
Well, since my Mamiya is outdated now, can I just use the 12-megapixel one of these on your iPhone?
    $400 4
The thickest & most powerful tendon in the body, it's formed by the calf muscles & inserts into the heel
    $400 15
I saw Grandpa rising early in this European capital
    $400 2
Walter Lord's "A Night to Remember" is a classic minute-by-minute account of this marine disaster
    $400 20
All Canada was saddened in 2007 when Ryan Gosling & this co-star of "The Notebook" broke up
    $400 25
Metaphorically, this rainy day item is something encompassing, like a large organization
    $800 10
I still have my blue & gold video card from this store, I'm just gonna go rent a new release... What? No way!
    DD: $3,000 5
DNA sequencing has greatly aided the mapping of this entire blueprint of a human being
    $800 16
The arrival of the Second World War saw many casualties in this European capital
    $800 1
Antony Beevor's study of the WWII battle of this Russian city is subtitled "The Fateful Siege, 1942-1943"
    $800 21
The Rachel Bilson/Adam Brody romance & this Calif.-set evening soap they acted in were canceled in rapid succession
    $800 26
If you're sent here, it's not a water journey--it means you're going to prison
    $1200 30
All the songs on the radio with this hyphenated pitch correction are making me rethink being on the outside
    $1200 6
The zygomatic bone is this facial one that may lead people to praise your bone structure
    $1200 17
There was much ado about the fact that it's the largest of Africa's 16 landlocked countries
    DD: $2,200 3
Bruce Catton's Civil War work "A Stillness at" this 1865 historic site won the 1954 Pulitzer Prize for history
    $1200 22
She dated future James Bond director Sam Mendes before marrying Daniel Craig
    $1200 27
A classic Cole Porter tune & a creepy Scar-Jo movie both use this metaphor
    $1600 12
Wee! I enjoyed riding on this type of bus that's hinged, or more formally does this, meaning it formed a joint
    $1600 7
To visit the islets of Langerhans, take a trip to this gland that sits behind the stomach
    $1600 18
Displaying wrath ensures bad service in this Mediterranean metropolis
    $1600 13
Published in 1788, his "Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire" runs 1,312 pages in the abridged edition
    $1600 23
Welsh actress Rachel Roberts was one of 6 wives to be the "my fair lady" of this British actor
    $1600 28
Despite the name, when you have this type of "enthusiasm", it may have nothing to do with horse headgear
    $2000 11
I think I'll head to this European city of about 1.2 million... Huh? There's no place called that anymore?
    $2000 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical animation on the monitor.) Blood flows from the left atrium to the left ventricle via the mitral valve, which is also called this because it has two points, just like a certain tooth
    $2000 19
Somehow I am managing to endure the scorching heat in this Middle East capital
    $2000 14
"The Histories" of this father of history recount how the Greek city states united to fight the Persian Empire
    $2000 24
Briefly a couple in the Studio 54 era were RFK's son David & this "Thorn Birds" Rachel
    $2000 29
The poem "Invictus" says, "My head is bloody, but" this, so I'm still standing tall

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Jennifer Afam
$18,800 $11,600 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN INVENTORS
Before his death in 1932, he donated over $100 million, including $50 million to the University of Rochester

Final scores:

Harris Jennifer Afam
$23,800 $300 $1,200
3-day champion: $63,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Harris Jennifer Afam
$17,200 $11,600 $9,000
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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