Show #7428 - Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Cindy Stowell game 7.

Contestants

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Jennifer Johnson, a personal assistant from Chicago, Illinois

Sam Scovill, a G.I.S. technician from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Cindy Stowell, a science content developer from Austin, Texas (whose 6-day cash winnings total $103,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS
WORKING WOMEN
RHYMIN' SIMON
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word like RHYMIN' that rhymes with SIMON. But don't put a "G" in there!)
WHERE
YOUR HEART
ON YOUR SLEEVE
    $200 8
This comedian made his big screen debut in "The Santa Clause" in which he accidentally kills Santa
    $200 1
The first African-American woman to head a Fortune 500 company, Ursula Burns became its CEO in 2009; copy that!
    $200 4
Ascendin' a cliff face
    $200 14
In this city, the Eero Saarinen-designed landmark seen here
    $200 19
The 3 main ones of the heart branch from your aorta to supply the upper body & head with oxygenated blood
    $200 20
The four letters to the left of the crown stand for this
    $400 10
Colonel Potter dresses as Santa in the "Death Takes A Holiday" episode of this sitcom
    $400 2
She's the author, commentator, and media mogul seen here
    $400 5
Makin' a melodious ringin' sound by strikin' a small bell
    $400 15
In Memphis, bought for $102,500 in 1957, address is 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard
    $400 21
Like the one in the nose, this in the heart is a dividing membrane in the ventricle
    $400 25
On an army patch for a special 1945 project, a question mark represents secrecy with the tail splitting this
    $600 11
John Ritter's last film appearance was in this movie, trying to keep an inebriated Billy Bob Thornton in check
    $600 3
Anne Geddes & Annie Leibovitz share this profession
    $600 6
Hinderin' with trivialities, not coins
    $600 16
In Paris, on 40 acres on the Seine, with a sculpture of slaves by Michaelangelo
    $600 22
When the heart doesn't pump enough blood, other fluids clog up your body & you have this type of "heart failure"
    $600 26
A military badge of this country recently at odds with Russia shows a trident over its blue and yellow flag
    $800 12
Jack Skellington's plot to kidnap Santa goes awry in this stop-motion fable from Tim Burton
    $800 7
Preparin' a pump by pourin' water into it
    DD: $1,000 17
In Beijing, 178 walled-in acres, home to 24 emperors
    $800 23
In the '90s rare heart-valve lesions were found in women taking this homophonic diet drug, which soon went bye-bye
    $1000 13
This '70s TV animated film featuring Heat Miser & Snow Miser was remade in 2006 with John Goodman as the big guy
    $1000 9
Playin' Scott Joplin tunes on the piano
    $1000 18
In Australia's Northern Territory, 1,141 feet high, 5.8 miles around its base
    $1000 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical animation on the monitor.) When blood flow to the heart is reduced by plaque or a clot, the heart muscle is deprived of oxygen & begins to die; the result is a heart attack known medically as this, M.I. for short

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

Cindy! Sam Jennifer
-$200 $3,600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Sam Jennifer
$4,000 $4,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BUILT LIKE A GREEK GOD
(Alex: A whole category about me.)
3-WORD BOOK SUMMARY
____ THE ____
PARDON MY FRENCH
1895
(Alex: A great year.)
THE DEL-TONES
    $400 16
He must have felt like hell when lots were drawn to divvy up the universe & he got the Underworld
    $400 11
1895: Crane. "Colorful". War
    $400 6
19th century documents show pirates actually made victims do this, plunge to their death by stepping off a beam
    $400 1
At an 1802 White House dinner, Thomas Jefferson supplied the starch with these "in the French manner"
    $400 21
William G. Morgan invented this team sport that's played indoors by teams of 6 players
    $800 17
This means war! Or rather, he meant war, especially when he defended his son Cycnus & took on Hercules
    DD: $1,000 12
1878: Vronsky. Train. Oops
    DD: $1,000 7
To do this provides little sustenance for the amount of mastication, which may be why it refers to idle chatter
    $800 2
This French military group that formed in 1831 had its first headquarters in Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria
    $800 22
In 1895 John Holland got a Navy contract to build the Plunger, an experimental one of these
    $800 29
Del Shannon wondered in 1961 why--why, why, why, why, why "my little" this title person took off
    $1200 18
He was the god of fertility, wine, vegetation & obviously, good times
    $1200 13
1962: Alex. Droogs. Nasty
    $1200 8
In 2016 this disciple of Kanye West released his "Coloring Book" mixtape
    $1200 3
This birthing method developed by a French doctor in the 1950s involves breath control & pain reduction
    $1200 23
This Asheville, North Carolina mansion was nearly finished after 6 years, so the Vanderbilts moved in
    $1200 28
Del the Funky Homosapien is a cousin of this "cool" rapper of N.W.A. fame
    $1600 19
This blacksmith god must have been hurt by the infidelities of his wife Aphrodite & could have said "You're fired!"
    $1600 14
1925: Driving. Non-Miss. Daisy
    $1600 9
"Sister Carrie" uses this dessert phrase that now means to surpass all others in a bad or unusual way
    $1600 4
Post-WWII Juliette Greco made her mark on this style of song known simply by the French word for "song"
    $1600 24
Oscar Wilde withdrew his libel case against this nobleman but the publicity led to his own conviction for "gross indecency"
    $1600 27
This title woman in a 1997 Tarantino film chooses to play the Delfonics during a scene with Robert Forster
    $2000 20
Beneath the clock is this god of time--not the same as the father of Zeus, though their names sound alike
    $2000 15
1970: Canoeing--no, survival
    $2000 10
The title of this "touch and feel" board book by Dorothy Kunhardt is a command to babies, not the name of a hare
    $2000 5
From the French for "light of hand", it's the art involved in sleight of hand
    $2000 25
These brothers showed their first movie to a public audience at the Grand Cafe
    $2000 26
Perhaps finding it a "Cruel World", in 2014 she unleashed a bit of the old "Ultraviolence"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Sam Jennifer
$10,400 $11,600 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITTLE COUNTRIES
It's the closest nation to the mainland U.S. where cars customarily drive on the left

Final scores:

Cindy! Sam Jennifer
$19,201 $22,001 $11,602
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,001 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cindy! Sam Jennifer
$10,200 $11,200 $9,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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