Show #7479 - Thursday, March 2, 2017

Contestants

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Crista Calderon, an instructional technology specialist from Spokane, Washington

Nil Jones, a developer consultant from Portland, Oregon

Rob Liguori, a research editor from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $40,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NORTHERNMOST SPORTS FRANCHISE
BOATS & BOATING
FOOD & DRINK BRANDS
MIDDLE X
SIR THOMAS MORE
ZOO-TOPIA
    $200 21
Pro baseball:
the Giants,
the Mariners,
the Cardinals
    $200 5
To mark safe passage for boats entering a harbor, the channel is lined with these, red on the right, green on the left
    $200 10
From 1899 to 1920 the number of bottlers of this soda grew from 1 plant to more than 1,000
    $200 12
Weaponized slang for a guitar
    $200 16
More's "Utopia" advocates this form of government with all resources shared
    $200 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Smithsonian's National Zoo.) The Smithsonian's National Zoo & its Conservation Biology Institute has been a leader in giant panda research & conservation since the arrival of Ling-Ling & Hsing-Hsing in 1972, a gift from China to this president & the American people
    $400 23
Pro football:
the Rams,
the Colts,
the Titans
    $400 6
Add "up" to this 2-masted boat & it becomes a condiment
    $400 11
Cherry vanilla & java chip are flavors from this ice cream brand with an umlaut in its name
    $400 13
A mischievous fairy
    $400 17
For defying Henry VIII, More was sentenced to hanging & this unpleasant pair; the king changed that to beheading
    $400 2
Celebrating its centennial in 2016, it occupies 100 acres in California's Balboa Park
    $600 25
Pro hockey:
the Ducks,
the Capitals,
the Senators
    $600 7
The name of this waterside facility that has docks & moorings for small boats is from the Italian for "seacoast"
    DD: $2,000 18
This liquor brand is also the name of Alabama's state game bird
    $600 14
Profession of Kid McCoy & Jersey Joe Walcott
    $600 3
Straight from Disney's animal kingdom, six of these recently took up residence at the Cincinnati Zoo
    $800 26
Pro basketball:
the Warriors,
the Magic,
the Suns
    $800 8
By law, all PFDs, short for these, made of balsa or cork were retired from service by March 1999
    $800 19
The name of this brand of frozen foods sounds like a veritable feast because it is
    $800 15
1930s slang for vigor or pep! You got lots of it, ya mug!
    $800 4
The Bronx Zoo features a 6.5-acre habitat for species found in the Congo basin including Western Lowland these
    $1000 27
Pro Soccer:
the Fire,
the Galaxy,
the Rapids
    $1000 9
The last royal yacht of the UK, it was retired in 1997 & is now a tourist attraction in Edinburgh
    $1000 22
Named for a city in Japan & first brewed in 1876, ti's the oldest beer brand in that country
    $1000 20
A saying of general truth, or a mag going "inside Kylie Jenner's ultra lavish $50 million Turks and Caicos party pad"
    $1000 24
A walk-through birdcage built for this city's 1904 World's Fair later became a cornerstone of the city's zoo

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

Rob Nil Crista
$3,000 $1,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Nil Crista
$9,000 $200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TENNESSEE HISTORY
THE POET WRITES
5-LETTER FILM SYNOPSES
POTPOURRI
SOUTH AMERICA
SWEAR WORDS
    $400 18
Barbara Jo Walker from Memphis won this distinction in 1947 & was the last to be crowned in a swimsuit
    $400 23
"'Charge for the guns!' he said, into the valley of death rode the six hundred"
    $400 10
1996:
Dark Dakota dealings detail death, dismemberment
    $400 7
Jimmy Garoppolo had to start at QB to begin the 206 NFL season because this other Patriot was suspended
    $400 11
Brazilians keep their energy up between meals with cafezinhos, tiny cups of this that are very sweet & very hot
    $400 1
Both brides & nuns "take" these solemn promises
    $800 19
A donation of $1 million in 1873 helped establish Vanderbilt University, whose sports teams sail with this name
    $800 24
"nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands"
    $800 6
2001:
Green Goliath gathers grabbed girl, goes gaga
    $800 4
This hairstyle got its name from its popularity among rowers, especially in the Ivy League
    DD: $1,000 17
Due east of Suriname, it's formally un Departement d'outre-mer
    $800 2
"____ ____ ____ and hope to die", a character promises in Elie Wiesel's "Twilight"
    DD: $1,500 20
In 1945 this atomic research city had a population of 75,000 but it wasn't open to walk-in visitors until 1949
    $1200 25
"The souls did from their bodies fly,-- they fled to bliss or woe! And every soul, it passed by, like the whizz of my cross-bow!"
    $1200 5
2015:
Philly fighter fosters filial friendship from fallen foe's family
    $1200 8
According to "Forbes", in 2016, the status for this Facebook C.O.O. was "7th most powerful woman in the world"
    $1200 26
Gauchos fear the charge of this flightless bird that's been called the South American ostrich
    $1200 3
To take the stand, or one-word title of a 1999 Rage Against the Machine song
    $1600 21
An epidemic of this waterborne disease hit the state in 1849 & claimed many lives, including that of former Pres. Polk
    $1600 15
1983:
Babs becomes boy, belts ballads
    $1600 13
Shaped like a bow tie, this pasta has a name that means "butterflies" in Italian
    $1600 9
The Boy Scout oath begins, "On my" this "I will do my best..."
    $2000 22
The 1982 World's Fair was held in this eastern city, "The Gateway to the Smoky Mountains"
    $2000 28
"Oh weep for Adonais-- he is dead! Wake, melancholy mother, wake and weep!"
    $2000 16
1971:
Female Fonda fondles for funds, freedom; flees felonious fella
    $2000 14
When Columbus reached this alliterative body of water, his crew "saw much weed...& judged themselves to be near land"
    $2000 27
Bolivia's official languages include Spanish, Aymara & a dialect of this Incan mother tongue
    $2000 12
As a noun, it's a document empowering law enforcement; as a verb, it means to promise

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Nil Crista
$19,300 -$3,000 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SIGNERS OF THE CONSTITUTION
The name of this first Maryland signer is also on a national monument completed in 1803

Final scores:

Rob Nil Crista
$18,600 -$3,000 $8,000
3-day champion: $58,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Nil Crista
$17,600 -$3,000 $10,000
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
7 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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