Show #7455 - Friday, January 27, 2017

Lisa Schlitt game 1.

Contestants

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Paul Cox, a portfolio manager from Austin, Texas

Lisa Schlitt, a microbiologist from Berwyn, Pennsylvania

Christy Karras, a writer and editor from Seattle, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT COUNTRY ARE YOU FROM?
LITERATURE
1960s POP LYRICS
BEFORE HE WAS PRESIDENT
GERMAN FOOD & DRINK
JUST "ASP" ME
    $200 1
A Muscovite
    $200 16
Kobayashi Issa mastered this form; Robert Hass translated one as "Don't worry, spiders / I keep house / casually"
    $200 26
In 1965 Petula Clark told us that "when you're alone and life is making lonely, you can always go" here
    $200 21
He was president of Princeton when the photo seen here was taken
    $200 6
It's the main vegetable in Krautsuppe
    $200 7
To comprehend, or take hold firmly with the hand
    $400 2
A Cornishman
    $400 17
"Yossarian was moved very deeply by the absolute simplicity of this clause", the title of a 1961 novel
    $400 27
Elvis' girl sent his letter back, writing on it this, "address unknown, no such number, no such zone"
    $400 22
This Californian was the last president who had previously been elected to both the House & the Senate
    $400 8
Sheboygan, Wisconsin is the self-proclaimed world capital of this German sausage
    $400 12
One shouldn't cast these damaging remarks on another's character
    $600 3
A Medinan or a Khobari
    $600 18
This 1922 Hermann Hesse novel about a young Brahmin in India parallels the life of Buddha
    $600 28
"Every other day of the week is fine, yeah, but whenever" this day "comes, you can find me cryin' all of the time"
    $600 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Chicago.) Thousands of the USA's aircraft carrier pilots of World War II were trained at Chicago's Navy Pier; one was this future U.S. president who said, "Flying off Lake Michigan was the coldest I ever was in my life"
    $600 9
In 2015 a U.S. court ruled drinkers of this 1-syllable beer brand were deceived, as it's now made in the U.S., not in Bremen
    $600 13
It's the width-to-height ratio of a film or television image
    $800 4
A Carioca
    $800 19
In this Huxley novel, a major character is said to have "been the first to reveal the appalling dangers of family life"
    $800 29
On this Liverpool street, "there is a barber showing photographs of every head he's had the pleasure to know"
    DD: $3,000 24
After graduating from high school, he worked as a mailroom clerk at the Kansas City Star & made $7 his first week
    $800 10
Christmas tradition, this fruit & nut-filled sweet bread sounds like it was pilfered
    $800 14
Inhalation
    $1000 5
A Pinoy
    $1000 20
In 1904 James Joyce wrote "The Sisters" for the Irish homestead newspaper; the story later became part of this work
    $1000 30
It's the question the Doors asked after saying, "Hello, I love you"
    $1000 25
In 1862 he was elected to his first office-- ward supervisor in Buffalo, New York
    $1000 11
Ranging from dry to very sweet, this white wine is produced from what's been called the most noble of German grapes
    $1000 15
This clear jelly made of stock & gelatin is used as a glaze or garnish

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

Christy Lisa Paul
$3,000 $2,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christy Lisa Paul
$7,000 $4,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

"A" FOR ART
PUTTIN' OUT THE WELCOME MUTT
TEXTURES
GOVERNMENT & TV
AN INVENTIVE CATEGORY
THE NAME ON THE AIRPORT
    $400 1
This genre of art does not attempt to represent external reality, but communicates instead using shapes & colors
    $400 4
A likeness of this "fast as a bus" breed was found on an Egyptian tomb dating from about 3000 B.C.
    $400 5
A merino living free & untamed would literally be "wild &" this
    $400 9
Mulder & Scully returned to the X-Files in 2016, still agents of this organization
    $400 22
In 1855 the Lundstrom brothers used red phosphorus in these hot items to make them "safe"
    $400 17
The airport code for Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport is SPI, which stands for this state capital
    $800 2
The Tuscan town of Volterra is a center of carving this fine-grained gypsum that is often white
    $800 6
Faith and begorrah! It's the huge Irish pooch seen here, boyo
    $800 26
This texture is a homophone of one division of a meal
    $800 10
On "The West Wing", John Spencer had this top advisory position in President Bartlett's administration
    $800 23
In 1853 David Smith patented one of these to keep your undies hanging on a line by using a spring clamp & 2 wooden levers
    $800 18
Tributes to this woman of Albanian heritage include renaming Tirana International for her & in 2016, sainthood
    $1200 3
These served as a backdrop for the elevation of the Eucharist during Mass; the one at Ghent's cathedral is by Van Eyck
    $1200 11
Crossed with the bulldog by German breeders in the1800s, this dog with a short, square-shaped muzzle packs a punch
    $1200 27
Those Haribo bears sold in bags are named for this texture, though spelled with a final "I"
    $1200 14
In the first season of "The Walking Dead", Rick leads survivors through Atlanta to try to get help from this organization
    DD: $6,000 24
Need to replace the fender on your Corvette? Thank Dale Kleist, who pioneered this material in the 1930s
    $1200 19
The Red Baron Flyer is a publication of the Sonoma County, California airport named for this cartoonist
    DD: $1,500 7
Botticelli was among those who painted a version of this, showing a trio paying homage to the baby Jesus
    $1600 12
The Beatles' song "Martha My Dear" was written about this British breed that the AKC says "requires diligent grooming"
    $1600 28
This 6-letter anatomical word describes fabric like corduroy
    $1600 15
Seen here, Yvonne Strahovski played a CIA agent helping a nerdy newbie on this show
    $1600 25
He left Morse in his dust with his 1876 patent titled "Improvement in Telegraphy"
    $1600 20
The airport of this Mideast city was renamed after Prime Minister Rafik Hariri following his 2005 assassination
    $2000 8
The group of painters known as "The Eight" established this "sooty" school of art
    $2000 13
The Norfolk & Norwich types of these differ mainly in the ears: the former has drop ears, the latter, prick ears
    $2000 29
Ads for the hair product Vitalis gave us the catchphrase this "kid stuff"
    $2000 16
Raj on "The Big Bang Theory" was once tapped by this government entity to work on a unique message
    $2000 30
This navigating instrument that helps find latitude & longitude was first developed in the 1750s
    $2000 21
The Milwaukee International Airport is named for this air power advocate who was later court-martialed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christy Lisa Paul
$11,400 $13,800 $14,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN CITIES
The coat of arms of this South African city shows 2 cornucopias, pouring out flowers & water

Final scores:

Christy Lisa Paul
$7,899 $27,600 $2,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $27,600 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Christy Lisa Paul
$9,200 $9,000 $15,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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