Show #7439 - Thursday, January 5, 2017

Contestants

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Kelsey Morgan, an actuary from Charlottesville, Virginia

Joe Bartolomeo, a professor and associate dean from Florence, Massachusetts

Amanda Berofsky, a quality assurance analyst from Waterford, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SHAPE OF THINGS
ALSO A BASKETBALL TERM
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT
A FILM CLASSIC
SHARK!
NATO
    $200 11
The hyoid bone below the tongue is described as u-shaped or in the shape of this equine footwear
    $200 16
This retinue of a monarch includes the royal family, advisers & personal servants
    $200 6
Dined at the rotating SkyCity restaurant atop this Seattle landmark
    $200 1
1982:
Dustin's in drag
    $200 21
This species is tough as nails
    $200 26
Founding members of NATO included the Netherlands & this other European "N"ation
    $400 12
This word for a long, narrow loaf of French bread is also used for a rectangular shape given to diamonds
    $400 17
The First Amendment states that "the freedom of speech, or of" this shall not be abridged
    $400 7
Dropped 456 feet on the Kingda Ka, one of these, at Six Flags in Jackson, New Jersey
    $400 2
1996:
You betcha Marge gets her man
    $400 22
Don't be alarmed; the basking shark is just after these tiny drifting organisms from a Greek word meaning "drift"
    $400 27
It joined NATO in 1955; in 1990 it dropped the directional part of its name
    $600 13
Kepler's First Law shows that Mars' orbit around the sun is this shape, not perfectly round
    $600 18
Submerge in liquid such as a donut into coffee
    $600 8
Leaned upside down to kiss this tourist attraction in a County Cork castle
    $600 3
1946:
George Bailey learns he's the richest man in town
    $600 23
The stripes are a clue to the species of this grr-eat predator
    $600 28
The Soviets formed this Eastern bloc counterweight to NATO in 1955
    $800 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows architectural plans on the monitor.) The main part of a Christian church is the nave; around the time of the Roman Emperor Constantine, the transept was added to the design, giving the church this shape, from the Latin for "cross"
    $800 19
Matthew 13:45 says, "The kingdom of heaven is like unto" this, "that was cast into the sea, and gathered of every kind"
    $800 9
Cruised this river from Strasbourg to Cologne
    $800 4
1951:
Bogie & Hepburn blow up a boat
    $800 24
Here's a great white shark getting serious air during this spectacular hunting behavior
    DD: $800 29
In 1950 NATO named this general its supreme allied commander in Europe; he'd had recent experience in the job
    $1000 15
This tuba is named for its spiral shape, which makes it easier to carry in marching bands
    $1000 20
This kind of relationship can help you forget an ex
    $1000 10
Hiked on this 2,190 mile eastern U.S. national scenic trail marked by rectangles of white paint called "blazes"
    $1000 5
1967:
Sidney Poitier shows up for supper
    $1000 25
Makes sense that this shark with a big island in its name was photographed under the ice
    $1000 30
In 1999 NATO launched massive air strikes to force this Serb leader to the bargaining table

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

Amanda Joe Kelsey
$4,200 $2,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Joe Kelsey
$5,400 $6,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
AT THE BALLET
KNOWN BY THEIR MIDDLE NAMES
FILE UNDER "L"
CANADIAN LAKES
A VISIT WITH RITA MORENO
(Rita Moreno: I'm Rita Moreno with some clues about my career.) (Alex: And she's had a long and distinguished career.)
    $400 2
The Pequod was the whalers' doomed ship in this classic
    $400 1
The fantastic ballet "Le Violon du Diable" features Doctor Matheus, who in fact is this
    $400 7
Willard is the first name of this former governor of Massachusetts & presidential candidate
    $400 13
Convicts fleeing from the law are said to be "on the" this
    $400 18
Canada's southernmost point lies within this Great Lake
    $400 19
(Rita Moreno presents the clue.) I was honored to be the first Latina to win an Academy Award when I was named Best Supporting Actress for this musical in which I sang "America"
    $800 3
With "Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72", he went gonzo over the presidential election
    $800 12
In "The Four Temperaments", dancers represent the choleric, phlegmatic, sanguinic & this
    $800 8
Maria is a nice first name, but this middle name of a Filipina president has more heart (because it means "heart")
    DD: $2,000 14
It's built into a fortress wall to shoot through; the tax code has a different type
    $800 24
The northern tip of this Vermont-New York lake juts into Quebec just south of Montreal
    $800 20
(Rita Moreno presents the clue.) '90s kids got to know me as the voice of this title woman in an animated TV show about missing landmarks & historical objects
    $1200 4
In this 1997 play it's shampoo, set & socialize for a group of women passing time in a Louisiana beauty salon
    $1200 28
In "Apollon Musagete", Apollo gives a gift representing poetry to Calliope & one representing dance to this Muse
    $1200 9
This movie Zorro & ex of Melanie Griffith dropped the first name Jose
    $1200 15
This type of fingerprint is not apparent to the ye but can be seen by dusting
    DD: $1,200 25
This Manitoba lake is the largest body of water entirely within any province
    $1200 21
(Rita Moreno presents the clue.) I play the abuelita, or grandmother, of the Alvarez family of Echo Park in this new series, a reimagining of the Bonnie Franklin sitcom set in Indianapolis
    $1600 5
He's the giant of American lit seen here near the end of his life
    $1600 10
The first name of this British P.M. was Arthur; the rest of his name is synonymous with a policy of appeasement
    $1600 16
Meaning "allow", this word is also a synonym for "rent"
    $1600 26
This lake in Banff National Park was once called Emerald Lake for its blue-green glacial waters
    $1600 22
(Rita Moreno presents the clue.) "Hey, you guys!" I won a Grammy for a cast recording of this '70s PBS show in which I played a little girl named Pandora
    $2000 6
"In Cold Blood" recounts the murder of the Clutter family in a small town in this state
    $2000 11
Here's the tale of this author & illustrator of children's books: she was given the first name Helen in England in 1866
    $2000 17
The school where Aristotle taught, it now refers to any hall where public lectures or concerts are held
    $2000 27
The half-mile-long St. Peters canal connects with the Atlantic with Bras d'Or Lake on this province's Cape Breton Island
    $2000 23
(Rita Moreno presents the clue.) On Broadway I've had audiences rolling in the aisles with this man's dialogue in "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" & "The Odd Couple"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Joe Kelsey
$21,000 $14,200 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEN OF SCIENCE
Him vs. him: "The Life-Long Feud That Electrified the World" is a book about these 2 men

Final scores:

Amanda Joe Kelsey
$13,599 $14,000 $13,600
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amanda Joe Kelsey
$19,800 $15,400 $6,800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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