Show #7390 - Friday, October 28, 2016

Contestants

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Julia Lee, a pharmacy student from San Bruno, California

Meghan Winch, a theater artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ken Hirsh, a law library director and law professor from Milford, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

MASTERS OF SOCKS
STUFF ABOUT STATES
INITIALITERATURE
GARDEN PARTY
FORE!
LETTER WORDS
    $200 11
The town of Zhuji in this country is known as "Sock City" & has produced as many as 17 billion pairs a year
    $200 1
Red Lake is the largest of the more than 10,000 lakes within this state
    $200 15
"L.C.L."
by D.H. Lawrence
    $200 12
In spring, you can tiptoe through the tulips at the Keukenhof Gardens in this country
    $200 26
Despite the name, these clubs used for long shots, like the driver, are now usually made of metal or composite
    $200 2
If you think of something to add after you've finished a letter, put it in one of these, abbreviated P.S.
    $400 14
This president & his family had a pet cat named Socks
    $400 7
It ranks second among the states in both population & area
    $400 16
"T.P.A.T.P."
by Mark Twain
    $400 13
A symbol of friendship between the U.S. & Canada, the International Peace Garden is on the border of N.D. & this province
    $400 27
It's the only one of golf's Grand Slam tournaments that's held at the same course every year
    $400 3
Letter writers must really mean what they say, as they often sign off pairing this 9-letter adverb with "yours"
    $600 23
This diamond-shaped pattern named for a Scottish clan's tartan is popular for socks
    $600 8
Rugged beauty abounds at Badlands National Park in this state
    $600 17
"B.D."
by Stephenie Meyer
    $600 18
Here's one artist's rendering of this ancient wonder
    $600 28
A golfer marks a scorecard with 2 numbers per hole if he has one of these, such as 20
    $600 4
This word for the greeting that begins a letter comes from Latin for "health"
    $800 24
Sometimes held in a gym, it's a shoeless school dance
    DD: $1,500 9
It was the first state to have a chemical element named for it
    $800 21
"T.S.A.R."
by Ernest Hemingway
    $800 19
Though the palace was destroyed in 1871, this Parisian garden remains a beloved historical landmark
    $800 29
This biennial cup has pitted Europe's top golfers against America's best since 1927
    $800 5
With certified mail & this 10-letter type, the postal service provides proof of mailing
    $1000 25
Tabi & flip-flop socks have this unique feature
    $1000 10
The words "Battle Born" appear on the flag of this state that entered the Union during the Civil War
    $1000 22
"T.P.P."
by Charles Dickens
    $1000 20
Seen here, his "Water Garden" was a constant source of inspiration
    $1000 30
With 5 wins in 27 tournaments, this American was the top-ranked men's golfer of 2015
    $1000 6
The address & date at a letter's beginning, it's also a word for a ship's direction

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

Ken Meghan Julia
$3,900 $0 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Meghan Julia
$3,900 $4,000 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHO'S THE MRS.?
(Alex: We'll give you the mister.)
LEGAL MATTERS
HISTORY: HIRED & FIRED
WEATHER
RHYME HOLE
AMERICAN ARTISTS
    $400 2
James Brolin
    $400 8
This amendment says you cannot be compelled to be a witness against yourself in a criminal matter
    $400 23
Captain Smith, you didn't bother to sound a general alarm after this ship hit an iceberg? You're fired!
    $400 11
One of these can travel at a third the speed of light & heat the air in its path to more than 50,000 degrees
    $400 14
Type of "patch" seen here
    $400 20
Edgar Leeteg was known as the "American" this artist because of his many works featuring Tahitian people
    $800 3
Garth Brooks
    $800 7
A decision can be reconsidered by "a court of" this; in the U.S., the Supreme Court is the final one
    $800 24
You found paths for the pathfinder John C. Fremont. You're hired! & we'll name Nevada's capital for you!
    $800 12
This state's Kona storms are characterized by strong southerly or southwesterly winds & heavy rains
    $800 15
Bullfrog polliwog
    $800 19
Fittingly, his last published work was created for the USA's bicentennial; he died 2 years later
    $1200 4
Josh Duhamel
    $1200 1
Generally inadmissible, this type of evidence that's not directly experienced is also called secondhand evidence
    $1200 25
Yeah, you could always charm Elizabeth I, but disobeying James I & attacking the Spanish in 1618? Bad move. You're fired
    $1200 13
In 1919 Norwegian meteorologist Jacob Bjerknes announced the discovery of these zones where air masses meet
    $1200 16
To release from captivity under conditions that must be adhered to
    $1200 21
Andrew Wyeth said this type of painting using egg yolk "is not the medium for swiftness"
    $1600 5
John Krasinski
    $1600 9
When attorneys confer with the judge out of the jury's earshot, it's this 7-letter type of conference
    $1600 26
You believed Hitler when he said he'd take no more of Czechoslovakia after 1938? No, prime minister. You're fired!
    DD: $1,600 22
On the Beaufort scale, this 4-letter wind is stronger than a breeze but not as violent as a storm
    $1600 17
To alleviate someone's grief & raise their spirits
    $1600 27
He never completed his most famous painting of George Washington, the "Athenaeum" portrait
    $2000 6
Dax Shepard
    $2000 10
The history of the possession of the evidence & where it's been is known as the "chain of" this
    $2000 30
Byzantine Emperor Justinian, you oversaw a legal code & this "holy wisdom" church? Multitasker, you're hired
    $2000 28
Developed in the 1940s, cloud seeding produces rain by saturating clouds with dry ice & this compound, AgI
    DD: $2,000 18
It's from the Old Norse for "demon"
    $2000 29
"Early Sunday Morning" by Edward Hopper is just 1 masterpiece in this NYC museum dedicated to American art

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Meghan Julia
$9,900 $8,800 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
These 2 title characters who have the same pair of initials both die by stabbing

Final scores:

Ken Meghan Julia
$2,199 $0 $6,599
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $6,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ken Meghan Julia
$9,200 $10,800 $13,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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