Show #7446 - Monday, January 16, 2017

Contestants

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Mary Caruso, a registered nurse from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

John Avila, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia

Eli Nehus, an electrical engineer from Fayetteville, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,227)

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Jeopardy! Round

IT'S THE GENEVA CONVENTION
GOT YOUR NAME TAG?
AROUND THE HOUSE
OUT OF CON TEXT
(Alex: you have to name the prisons at work.)
LOTSA "LUCK"
A MOVIE TO DIE FOR
    $200 11
When Geneva is cited on "Hogan's Heroes", it's usually the 1929 convention devoted to protection of them
    $200 18
Here you go, Mr. winner of this decisive 1805 naval battle
    $200 6
In 1956 GE pioneered this kitchen counter favorite that combines 2 food-heating appliances
    $200 20
A memoir: "On Feb. 4, 2004... Larry drove me to the women's prison in Danbury, Connecticut"
    $200 12
5-word phrase for the good fortune of the sons of Erin
    $200 1
With the help of a shotgun blast, Tony Montana takes a dive in this 1983 film
    $400 17
Article 1 of the 1864 first convention called for protection of military hospitals & these vehicles
    $400 19
May I just say you're an inspiration to millions & richly deserve this 2014 award
    $400 7
Sit back & relax in this brand of reclining armchairs that have let us put our feet up since 1941
    $400 21
By Stephen King: "The inmates made jokes about the chair... they called it Old Sparky, or the Big Juicy"
    $400 13
Double hyphenated term meaning easygoing
    $400 2
In a 2015 film his estranged son unmasks, then impales him & says "Thank you" before Chewie gets off a few shots
    $600 25
We hope you'll be signing copies of this work, your fullest description of the ideal state
    $600 8
The French name of this wardrobe cupboard indicates that it originally stored weapons
    $600 22
By Solzhenitsyn: "How do people get to this clandestine archipelago?" (Compulsorily via arrest is the answer)
    $600 14
This product was introduced in 1964 with 4 different marbits, or marshmallow bits
    $600 3
At the end of "The Dark Knight", this character played by Aaron Eckhart dies in a fall
    DD: $1,500 28
The 1906 convention called for ratifications to be filed in this nearby national capital
    $800 26
You might not want to wear your tag if there's anyone here from this island you ruled from 1971 to 1986
    $800 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew throws some shade.) Examples of window treatment options include Venetian blinds & this type, also named for an Italian city; basically, just a material rolled up and down on a cord
    $800 23
"Dantes crossed the awful threshold and the door closed noisily behind him ...he was in prison"
    $800 15
Dirty Harry tells a punk he's got to ask himself this 4-word question
    $800 4
Sean Connery won an Oscar for this film, in which his character doesn't survive
    $1000 27
Sorry, Attila, I know you wanted it to say "Flagellum Dei", Latin for this, but they said no nicknames
    $1000 10
A finial, an ornamental piece, may adorn this post at the bottom of a staircase
    $1000 24
"At last news arrived...that Raskolnikov shunned everybody and that in prison he was unpopular with the convicts"
    $1000 16
"To take" this means to accept whatever's available, especially food
    $1000 5
It was shocking when this lead & Oscar winner died in "Kingsman: The Secret Service"

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

Eli John Mary
$2,600 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eli John Mary
$4,800 $700 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS
GEOMETRIC SHAPE RHYME TIME
THE EMMYS 1967
TECH TALK
ROOMS FULL OF CULTURE
"C"OUNTIES
    $400 11
In 2013, President Obama unveiled a new statue of this "First Lady of Civil Rights" in Statuary Hall
    $400 16
Specific area for a shape with a circular base that tapers to a point
    $400 3
Before it was an action film series with Tom Cruise, it was the 1967 Emmy winner as Outstanding Drama
    $400 19
Fittingly, you speak of "driving" this, the number of people viewing a website
    $400 1
Illinois' most populous
    $800 12
This abolitionist & orator who was born into slavery in Maryland is often called the "Father of the Civil Rights Movement"
    $800 17
A right-angled rectangular seat
    $800 4
Nip it in the bud & name this man who won for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy
    $800 25
When discussing image quality on your computer screen, you may hear "PPI", meaning these per square inch
    DD: $4,500 29
For over a century Room 12 has been the center of the Velazquez collection of this museum
    $800 2
Ireland's second-most populous
    $1200 13
(I'm ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin.) I would have loved to interview this civil rights hero & lawyer who helped end segregation in public schools before his historic appointment to the Supreme Court
    $1200 18
The orb close at hand
    $1200 5
I'm a believer in this TV series that beat out "Bewitched" to win Best Comedy
    $1200 20
This item that identifies a particular cell phone user now comes in nano size, about 12 x 9 millimeters
    $1200 28
A performance by a solo classical musician, or the type of hall named for it, like the Bates one at UT Austin
    DD: $1,300 6
Southwest Texas county named for a man who died in San Antonio
    $1600 14
This hero of civil rights marches was first elected to represent Georgia's 5th Congressional District in 1986
    $1600 23
Friction reducer for a symmetrical 3-dimensional shape
    $1600 8
An award for daytime shows went to this beastly series sponsored by Mutual of Omaha Insurance
    $1600 21
Requiring one thing you have, like an ATM card, & one you know, like a PIN, is called 2-factor this -ation, AKA 2FA
    $1600 27
Great acoustics but an unassuming name at the Serge Koussevitzky Music Shed at this site in the Berkshires
    $1600 7
Catty English county on the border of Wales
    $2000 15
In 2005, the Jackson International Airport was renamed in honor of this leader slain outside his house in 1963
    $2000 24
The emptiness within the quadrilateral with 2 parallel sides
    $2000 9
Buck Henry & Leonard Stern walked off with the Comedy Writing Emmy for this show that featured a lot of KAOS
    $2000 22
Also plotted by prisoners, it's a hack that lets you run an application your phone's maker hasn't approved
    $2000 26
The Rose Cinemas & Harvey Theater are pat of BAM, short for this cutting-edge arts center in New York City
    $2000 10
Ohio's most populous; Cleveland is there

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eli John Mary
$8,400 $7,500 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY HISTORY
Villages like Zalesye, Kopachi & Lubyanka remain abandoned 3 decades after this event

Final scores:

Eli John Mary
$1,400 $14,001 $13,950
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,001 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eli John Mary
$8,400 $13,400 $7,000
16 R,
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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