Show #7453 - Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Contestants

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Hugh Dinteman, an architect from Atlanta, Georgia

Stephanie Cornelison, a graduate student in library science from Asheboro, North Carolina

Loren Lee Chen, a basketball podcaster from West Newton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. ISLANDS
THE YELLOW HORNET
SPORTS ABBREV.
BUSINESSES
SAILOR TALK
THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND
    $200 3
Long Island has 4 counties: Nassau, Suffolk, Kings & this
    $200 22
Most hornets are a subfamily of these other insects; they differ in the direction their wings fold while at rest
    $200 7
It happens following another score:
PAT
    $200 1
Beginning in 1904 chubby cartoon kids called Roly-Polys advertised this soup brand
    $200 4
7-letter term for the fixed weight carried in the bottom of a ship to make it more stable
    $200 2
You could be this briny word usually reserved for cucumbers & the sort
    $400 6
East Sand Island in this river near Chinook, Wash. is home to a vast nesting colony of Caspian terns
    $400 23
How green! The yellow band on the Oriental hornet's midsection allows it to trap this type of energy
    $400 8
In skiing it's all down hill, with obstacles:
GS
    $400 9
This company's 1st product was wood picture frames; doll furniture made from wood scraps changed its emphasis to toys
    $400 16
Watch your head when the crew lowers this, also an item used on a movie set
    $400 5
After that last glass of Chablis, I'm this, what the smith just did at the anvil
    $600 11
This island shaped like a pork chop is to the east of Martha's Vineyard across Muskeget Channel
    $600 24
Though they're often confused with them, these Georgia Tech mascots aren't true hornets
    $600 13
A group for pugilists:
WBC
    $600 15
In 1903 William Ellis Corey became the second president of this iron-strong company
    $600 19
This process of removing a ship from active service can be emotional for the crew
    $600 10
This 4-word rhyming term for one who has been overserved includes the name of a black & white mammal
    $800 26
The Karluk River on this largest Alaskan island is famous for its red salmon, but you'll have to fight the bears for them
    $800 12
Bad designation for a NASCAR driver:
DNF
    DD: $3,000 25
In 1915 Thomas Lyle Williams began selling mascara under this brand name that honored his sister
    $800 20
The direction a boat is heading can be referred to by this "pointy" term
    $800 17
I'm this, like a wall that's had wet gypsum applied
    $1000 28
For 3 decades, this California island's Avalon Ballroom has been home to the JazzTrax music festival
    $1000 14
Successes in basketball as well as football:
FGM
    $1000 27
Last name of Henry David, whose Kansas company started making dungarees in 1911
    $1000 21
It sounds a bit like the boss of the boat, but it means the type of rope-winding apparatus seen here
    $1000 18
This is bad if you're hoping for sober, but good if it describes your abs or an '80s jeans style

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

Loren Stephanie Hugh
$2,200 $0 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Loren Stephanie Hugh
$6,800 $1,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
MOVIE MUSICAL ROLES
THE WORLD AT WAR
FAR OUT!
WE HAVE "U" SURROUNDED!
OVER HILL, OVER DALE
    $400 22
Seen here is an illustration from this novel
    $400 2
Kenny Wormald & Julianne Hough starred in this remake in which rock music & dancing are banned in a small town
    $400 5
In October 1940 Italy launched an invasion of this country only to get routed by the gyros of General Papagos
    $400 1
During its 1910 appearance, this comet was photographed for the first time
    $400 3
Victory, or an insult comic dog
    $400 12
This NASCAR driver entered 676 Winston Cup races, won 76 of them & earned more than $40 million in prize money
    $800 25
These 2 characters finish the title of Stevenson's novel that begins "The Strange Case of"...
    $800 4
Meryl Streep landed a record 19th Oscar nomination for her role as the Witch in this musical
    $800 6
On Dec. 2, 1941 German troops who wished they'd packed heavier got to the suburbs of this capital but no further
    $800 10
One theory for why dust covers our moon: rocks are pulverized by rapid cooling during this, partial or total
    $800 7
The science of soil cultivation
    $800 13
In 2016, 25 years after she made national news, she was portrayed by Kerry Washington in "Confirmation"
    $1200 26
Stevenson's short novel "The Ebb-Tide" follows 3 beggars operating in the port of Papeete on this Pacific island
    $1200 16
At the time Madonna said of this 1996 role, it was the most challenging of her career but one she was born to play
    DD: $1,000 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an animated map on the monitor.) In July 1943, this U.S. general's Seventh Army swept through western Sicily, then turned east to help Montgomery's British Eighth
    $1200 14
The 5th-brightest star in the nighttime sky, Vega is often called the harp star because it's in this harp constellation
    $1200 8
Done without volition, be it muscles or manslaughter
    $1200 15
He compiled "Little Known Facts About Well Known People" 2 years before telling us how to influence people (in general)
    $1600 18
Peter O'Toole dreamed "The Impossible Dream" when he played Don Quixote in this film
    $1600 20
On Oct. 20, 1944 Douglas MacArthur fulfilled this 3-word promise he'd made to the Philippine people in 1942
    $1600 24
This mount's observatory was built in 1904 near Pasadena because the air above it is the steadiest in North America
    $1600 11
To attest to someone's character
    $1600 17
Oliver Hill argued in lawsuits against segregated public schools, leading to this landmark 1954 Supreme Court case
    $2000 19
She played Coco & sang the title tune form "Fame"-- she was gonna live forever... do you remember her name?
    $2000 21
This Japanese admiral planned and led the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor
    $2000 27
This largest moon of Jupiter has a thin oxygen atmosphere & is the solar system's only moon to have a magnetosphere
    $2000 23
Clint Hill, an agent with this part of the government from 1958 to 1975, leaped to fame in November 1963

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Loren Stephanie Hugh
$15,400 $2,200 -$800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS GROUPS
Their name comes from the Greek word for "Egyptian"

Final scores:

Loren Stephanie Hugh
$16,139 $2,200 -$800
2-day champion: $36,038 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Loren Stephanie Hugh
$14,200 $2,200 -$800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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