Show #7381 - Monday, October 17, 2016

Contestants

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Shannon Dillmore, a genomics research manager from Raleigh, North Carolina

Marianne Novak, an Orthodox rabbinical student from Skokie, Illinois

Susan Cole, a legislative librarian from Bowie, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $67,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

SPEECH! SPEECH!
ABBREV.
AN "F" IN SCIENCE
(Alex: From the website 100people.org...)
IF THE WORLD WERE 100 PEOPLE
STAR FISH
THAT'S REPETITIVE
    $200 12
This Indiana gov. introduced himself at the 2016 GOP convention as "a Christian, a conservative & a Republican"
    $200 2
This bureau of the D.O.J. is the ATF for short
    $200 6
This compound can help prevent cavities when added to drinking water at concentrations of 1 part per million
    $200 27
60 would be from this continent
    $200 1
The shark in the original "Jaws" was this species
    $200 14
Like the president's effort, this speech given by governors catches up residents on how things went last year
    $400 13
In 1984 this activist gave a speech entitled "What the Future Holds for Farm Workers and Hispanics"
    $400 8
The vehicle seen here is engaged in SNG, short for this type of news gathering
    $400 4
There are static & kinetic types of this force on objects that are in contact with each other
    $400 26
33 would be of this religion
    $400 18
This idiom implies that a primate copies what it views
    $600 16
He's seen here giving a memorable speech giving up his title to marry the woman he didn't want to give up
    $600 9
You can really feel the heat with BTUs, these units of measure
    $600 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical illustration on the monitor.) The most common ankle fracture is a break of the bony knob called the lateral malleolus, which is actually an outer projection of this lower-leg bone
    $600 25
75 would be users of this communication device
    $600 20
This forgetful blue tang from "Finding Nemo" got her own movie in 2016
    $600 19
Ian Fleming changed a word in this phrase of tolerance of others who are different
    DD: $1,600 15
In 2008 this pope's visit to NYC included a human rights speech at the U.N. & a visit to a neighboring synagogue
    $800 10
Don't be sad--Lam. is this Bible book
    $800 5
This simple sugar is found in honey
    $800 24
7 would have completed study at this type of institution
    $800 22
A Roger Corman cult classic is about these title killers, who've somehow made it from the Amazon to a U.S. resort
    $1000 17
The 1988 Democratic Convention featured this non-nominee's "keep hope alive" speech
    $1000 11
For a fix of Lee Remick or Randolph Scott, I turn to TCM, short for this
    $1000 7
This technology has virtually replaced copper wire in long-distance telephone lines
    $1000 23
17 would be this 10-letter term signifying the lack of 2 skills
    $1000 21
Despite his name, 1964's "The Incredible Mr." this becomes a fish, not a gastropod

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

Susan Marianne Shannon
-$800 $3,000 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Marianne Shannon
$1,800 $4,000 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEACH! PEACH!
CLASSICAL MUSICIANS
THE TROPIC OF CANCER
LESSER-KNOWN GRAMMYS
IMPRISONED AUTHORS
SAY "NE"THING
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letters "N-E".)
    $400 20
Peach is a popular filling for this fruit dessert, also a word for one who mends shoes
    $400 1
This 19th century Italian violinist designed his "Napoleon sonata" to be played on just one string
    $400 26
Just south of the tropic line sits Mazatlan, this country's largest Pacific port
    $400 11
In 1963 Vaughn Meader won album of the year for "The First Family", in which he did an impression of this president
    $400 21
The Marquis de Sade wrote his scandalous novel "Justine" in this lockup
    $400 6
Pointy part of a syringe
    $800 19
Peaches are primarily classified as freestone or this opposite, meaning the flesh adheres to the pit
    $800 2
Sakari Oramo has some proms to attend as chief conductor of the orchestra of this British radio & TV organization
    $800 29
You'll find Tropic of Cancer Beach on one of the islands of this nation through which the line passes
    $800 12
In 1999, 2000 & 2002 albums by this Muppet won the Grammy for best music album for children
    $800 22
This author of "The Call of the Wild" served 30 days in the Erie County Penitentiary for vagrancy
    $800 7
Plant of the genus Urtica with stinging hairs
    $1200 16
A favorite peach is the Elberta, named for the wife of a peach grower in this state
    $1200 3
This Irish flautist is known as the "Man with the Golden Flute"
    $1200 28
In Africa, the line falls across the Sahara Desert & this largest Egyptian lake
    $1200 13
Prince beat members of this sports team, also nominated in 1987 for Best R&B Group Performance
    DD: $2,500 23
Oscar Wilde wrote his confessional essay "De Profundis" while imprisoned in this gaol
    $1200 8
A small laptop for getting on the web
    $1600 17
Escoffier created a peach & ice cream dessert in honor of this Aussie opera singer
    $1600 4
Arthur Rubinstein, born in Poland, moved to the U.S. & is interred in this country that has a piano competition named for him
    DD: $5,000 27
Yushan, or Jade Mountain, in this island republic is the highest point the Tropic of Cancer crosses
    $1600 14
Tia Carrere has won 2 Grammys in the category for music coming from this state
    $1600 24
Marco Polo dictated his far east adventures while in prison in this city, Venice's rival
    $1600 9
Eponymous jacket with a stand-up collar
    $2000 18
This technique, from the Latin for "to whiten", can be used to peel a peach's fuzzy skin
    $2000 5
In 1970 100 cellists gathered in NYC to pay tribute to this 94-year-old master by playing his "Sardana" under his direction
    $2000 30
Going from Mumbai to al Fujayrah in the UAE takes you across the Tropic of Cancer in this gulf east of the Persian Gulf
    $2000 15
Maya Angelou won for spoken word in 1993 & '95; in 1994 it was him for "Get in the Van: On the Road with Black Flag"
    $2000 25
In the 1670s this Puritan thinker began "The Pilgrim's Progress" while in prison for illegal preaching
    $2000 10
Medical device that converts liquid into a fine spray

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Marianne Shannon
$7,000 $10,300 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC RELATIVES
In the same year as Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington's brother-in-law Gen. Edward Pakenham died in this battle in North America

Final scores:

Susan Marianne Shannon
$14,000 $1 $20,631
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,631

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Marianne Shannon
$7,000 $12,800 $8,400
13 R,
5 W
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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