Show #7442 - Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Contestants

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Libby Hunt, a retired consultant from Dallas, Texas

Colby Taylor, an assistant professor of psychology from Olive Branch, Mississippi

Blair Moorhead, a social worker from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

"ROLL" CALL
ENTERTAINMENT UNDER THE SEA
NEW WORDS IN THE 1600s
THE CIVIL WAR
WE PREDICT YOUR HOROSCOPE
WHERE'S THAT OPERA HOUSE?
(Alex: You name the city for us.)
    $200 6
As a noun it's a big wad of cash; as a verb, it means to finance a business venture
    $200 1
Living near Antarctica, Hoff crabs were named for this "Baywatch" star due to their hairy chests
    $200 4
What sayest thee? Dost thou mean this thing whereon beads are slid for counting?
    $200 11
Lincoln made George Meade the leader of the "Army of" this river in 1863
    $200 18
Born June 18, under this sign? Don't let your dual nature make you vacillate
    $200 17
Teatro Real, like a nearby soccer club
    $400 7
The official website for University of Alabama Athletics is this .com
    $400 2
In "Finding Nemo", Marlin says, "I know funny. I'm" this type of fish that's born male but can switch sexes one time
    $400 19
The striped & brindled coat of yon cat now hath its own name, this
    $400 13
"Goober grabbers" were Civil War soldiers who hailed from this state
    $400 27
Like this fire sign, today you'll be ram-tough against your troubles
    $400 23
La Scala
    $600 8
Boxers know that to cope with adversity is to do this 4-word phrase
    $600 3
The song "Rock Lobster" rhymes, "He was in a jam, 's in a giant" this
    $600 20
My anatomist doth dub it the "hipbone basin" but I must inform him that it is now known by this word of 6 letters
    $600 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) General Winfield Scott wanted to blockade the South in a siege-like fashion, control the Mississippi River & strangle the Rebels in his plan named for this South American serpent
    $600 28
Halloween baby, beware the sting of this water sign; you may sabotage a deal today, but just say that's your nature
    $600 24
The Staatsoper, once helmed by Gustav Mahler & Richard Strauss
    $800 9
While climbing into a cart in "Young Frankenstein", Gene Wilder is asked by Teri Garr if he'd like one of these
    $800 5
Before you "Free Willy", this creature, better have a place for it; males can weigh 10 tons & females can live 90 years
    $800 21
From the zesty Italian tongue cometh this word for a large, plush residence; someday methinks it will have its own pants
    $800 15
Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation 5 days after this 1862 Union victory in Maryland
    $800 29
OK, this water sign is feeling crabby. Being ruled by the moon isn't easy, so lighten up!
    $800 25
The Croatian National Theatre--this capital
    $1000 10
An airplane performing one slow revolution around its longitudinal axis is performing one of these
    $1000 12
SpongeBob SquarePants loves the TV show "The Adventures of Mermaid Man and" him
    $1000 22
Good news! No longer need we say "shedding its leaves at the end of its growing season"--herewith a word for that
    DD: $3,000 16
U.S. Grant's initials came to stand for this after giving extremely limited capitulation terms to Gen. Buckner
    $1000 30
Changes abound for this mutable earth sign; perhaps you'll be touched for the very first time
    $1000 26
Festspielhaus, in this double-talk town

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

Blair Colby Libby
$1,200 $5,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Blair Colby Libby
$2,600 $11,600 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROLE CALL
(Alex: We will give you a list of roles--characters--and you identify the film that featured those characters.)
SCIENCE
WOMEN POETS
VARIETY PACK
11-LETTER WORDS
FORT-ITUDE
    $400 1
1942:
Victor Laszlo,
Major Strasser
    $400 6
When Cassini takes pictures of this planet, stars aren't usually seen, due to the brightness of the rings
    $400 13
She began a poem, "I felt a funeral, in my brain, and mourners to and fro"
    $400 27
The magazine published by this organization for those 50 & older has the largest circulation of any U.S. periodical
    $400 18
In 1965 astronaut Ed White became the first American this when he stepped out of his Gemini capsule for a 23-minute stroll
    $400 8
This "boastful" N.C. fort is home to the Army's psychological warfare dept., which once trained Manuel Noriega
    $800 2
2009:
Jake Sully,
Neytiri
    $800 7
Microcephaly is one of the birth defects related to this tropical virus that's becoming more prevalent
    $800 15
In 2003 & 2004 Louise Glück held this esteemed position
    $800 29
The Latin word talpa, meaning "mole", gives us the word for this brownish gray color that resembles moleskin
    $800 19
The office of a pope or, pronounced differently, to express an opinion in a dogmatic way
    $800 9
Treasures of Hungary's St. Stephen, including his crown & orb, were stored at this Kentucky facility from 1945 to 1978
    $1200 3
1995:
Marilyn Lovell,
Mary Haise
    $1200 14
The Higgs boson is what endows all elementary subatomic particles with this fundamental property of matter
    $1200 30
In September 1846 this English poet secretly married her poet boyfriend
    $1200 25
Charles Fey's first 3-reel one of these had 5 symbols: diamonds, hearts, horseshoes, spades & a Liberty Bell
    $1200 20
It's a presentation of the complete set of inflected forms of a verb
    $1200 10
While at Fort Riley in this state, visit the U.S. Cavalry Museum & the grave of Chief, the last cavalry horse
    $1600 4
1994:
Andy Dufresne,
"Red" Redding
    $1600 16
New studies say the rise of the Himalayas & cooler climates helped to form these winds over 12 million years ago
    DD: $3,000 23
"In Exile" & "In the Jewish Synagogue at Newport" are 2 other poems by this woman who was put on a pedestal in N.Y.
    $1600 26
According to Hawaiian legend, anyone who removes a piece of volcanic rock will be cursed by this fire goddess
    DD: $3,000 21
A dinner in appreciation & remembrance of one's past service or achievements
    $1600 11
A few Native Americans are buried at Fort Sill, Ok., including this Apache chief who lived at the fort in his later years
    $2000 5
2000:
Yu Shu Lien,
Jade Fox
    $2000 17
This type of pulse that follows a nuclear explosion is also a feared weapon on its own
    $2000 24
In addition to writing poems like "Goblin Market", Christina of this family often posed for Pre-Raphaelite painters
    $2000 28
In 1913 Bela Schick developed a test for determining the susceptibility of infants to this infectious "D"isease
    $2000 22
Peter Lely's 17-century portraits from the English court were noted for daring in this part of the ladies' costume
    $2000 12
In July 1864, while he was V.P., he served on active duty as a private at Fort McClary in Maine where he became camp cook

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Blair Colby Libby
$10,600 $19,800 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BEATLES SONGS
Of the Beatles songs on which Ringo Starr sang lead, this one charted the highest, reaching No. 2

Final scores:

Blair Colby Libby
$14,801 $18,399 $2
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,399 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Blair Colby Libby
$10,600 $20,800 $10,400
15 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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