Show #7333 - Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Contestants

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Christie O'Shaughnessy, a math and science educator from Princeton, New Jersey

Addie Kluemper, an aerospace engineer from Peachtree City, Georgia

Harris Stutman, a medical informaticist from Huntington Beach, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $63,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

VODKA COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
THE GOLD BURGLARS
HISTORIC OOPSIES
ALLEYS
MULTIPLE MEANINGS
"LOST" & "FOUND"
(Alex: One, or perhaps both, of those words will come up in each correct response.)
    $200 26
Smirnoff
    $200 9
Jeremy Irons tries to steal gold "with a Vengeance" in the third entry in this film series, but John McClane is on it
    $200 1
In 1812 this world leader learned a hard lesson--don't wage war in Russia in winter
    $200 14
Benjamin Franklin impersonators are found in this city's Elfreth's Alley, "America's oldest residential neighborhood"
    $200 15
One trip around the track, or a way to take in liquid
    $200 3
The main characters in this 1667 epic poem are god, Lucifer, Adam & eve
    $400 4
Ketel One
    $400 10
In the role of Satipo, he's the gold-thieving actor seen here, trying to relieve Indiana Jones of his booty
    $400 2
In 1941 this world leader learned a hard lesson--don't wage war in Russia in winter
    $400 13
In this basketball play, a player lobs the ball to another, who dunks it
    $400 16
Courage, or to remove feathers
    $400 5
In this Shakespeare play, the king of Navarre & his friends say, bros before ladies
    $600 21
Skyy
    $600 18
Bad guys want the ship full of gold doubloons in this 1985 film; Chunk, Mouth & the rest of the teen crew aren't having it
    $600 6
In 1999 NASA used the metric system for the $125 million orbiter of this planet; Lockheed Martin did not... bye bye, orbiter
    DD: $1,600 24
This song publishing area of Manhattan gets its name from the slang term for the cheap pianos publishers used
    $600 17
A dark beer, or one who handles your luggage at a railway station
    $600 11
Hugh Conway finds inner peace in the Himalayas in this James Hilton work
    $800 22
Grey Goose
    $800 7
By 1959 Ford had sunk $250 million into developing this model; 21st c. inflation adjusted, that's nearly $2 billion
    $800 25
Often used as the shooter in marbles, an alley is named for this hard stone from which it is sometimes made
    $800 19
Impartial, or a public exposition
    $800 12
The title of a Lewis Carroll work reads "Through the Looking-Glass and What..."
    $1000 27
Belvedere
    $1000 8
Offered armor at the 1632 Battle of Lutzen, king Gustav II of this country said, "God is my armor!"; well...
    $1000 28
Belden Place, an alley near Chinatown, is called the "French Quarter of" this Ca. city due to its fine restaurants
    $1000 23
An evergreen tree, or to make neat & trim
    $1000 20
Joseph Ellis wrote this prize-winning history book that put a sibling twist on a name for the fathers of our country

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Harris Addie Christie
$1,600 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Addie Christie
$2,000 $2,000 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TIME FOR SPACE
LIBRARIES
SRI LANKA
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
ALL "CAP"S
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those three letters.)
LOST & FOUND
    $400 25
13.6 billion years old, the oldest-known star, HD 140283, has been given this biblical nickname
    $400 19
When entering the official website of this country's Royal Library, you have the choice of reading in Dutch or French
    $400 20
Sri Lanka's 1000-rupee note features a peafowl on one side & this large beast of burden on the other
    $400 4
"Walk This Way" is the title of an autobiography & a hit tune by this rock band
    $400 6
They connect arterioles (small branches of arteries) & venules (itty-bitty veins)
    $400 13
Jorge Garcia won the lottery playing Hugo on "Lost" & stayed in Hawaii for the reboot of this Jack Lord series
    $800 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents an astronomical illustration on the monitor.) The red region around a star is too hot for a planet to have liquid water, & the blue region is too cold; the green region, where conditions are just right for liquid water, is the habitable zone, nicknamed this for a storybook character
    $800 16
The French in this Aussie city mark Bastille Day by placing flowers at the Joan of Arc statue at the State Library of Victoria
    $800 21
In 1972 the country officially became Sri Lanka; before that it had this name
    $800 2
From the Latin for "not faithful", this word is the title of Dutch Somali activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali's 2006 memoir
    $800 7
Its first use was in an 1833 London Standard article on economics deploring "the tyranny of" this
    $800 10
You can find Sawyer, aka Josh Holloway, on "Colony" on TV or in the "Ghost Protocol" entry of this film franchise
    $1200 9
For exhibiting aspects of each, 133P/Elst-Pizarro is designated both an asteroid & one of these solar orbiters
    $1200 17
On Nov. 5, 1895 Mr. C. himself dedicated the Carnegie Library of this city
    $1200 22
An important Sri Lankan crop is this curry spice that can end with "-om" or "-on"
    DD: $1,600 1
We must reveal that Rousseau & St. Augustine both wrote autobiographies with this plural title
    $1200 15
It's just another beautiful day on this Italian island
    $1200 11
As Benjamin Linus, Michael Emerson committed a few crimes; now he tries to stop them before they happen on this CBS show
    $1600 26
This planet that comes the closest to Earth rotates so slowly that a "day" there lasts longer than its "year"
    $1600 18
In 2016 Nancy Reagan was laid to rest at her husband's library in this "Valley" city northwest of Los Angeles
    $1600 23
Sri Lanka's most populous city, it has one of the world's largest artificial harbors
    $1600 3
"Born on the Fourth of July" is this Vietnam War vet's memoir of his journey from soldier to antiwar activist
    $1600 12
Evangeline Lilly traded in the island to play Hope van Dyne opposite Paul Rudd in this Marvel movie
    DD: $2,000 27
Designated one of these objects like Pluto, distant Haumea spins so fast on its axis that it's twice as tall as it is wide
    $2000 24
Sri Lanka's flag features a golden lion & leaves of this fig tree sacred to Buddhists
    $2000 5
Playwright Moss Hart titled his autobiography this, like the first part of a play
    $2000 14
Henry Ian Cusick played Desmond on "Lost" & now can be found on this numeric CW sci-fi show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Harris Addie Christie
$7,200 $3,600 $14,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATE GEOGRAPHY
Of the contiguous states, these 2 coastal states have elevation changes within them of more than 14,000 feet

Final scores:

Harris Addie Christie
$14,200 $42 $14,401
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Harris Addie Christie
$8,800 $5,600 $13,000
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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