Show #7480 - Friday, March 3, 2017

Contestants

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Jeff Brown, a grant writer from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Trish Floyd, an actuary from Chicago, Illinois

Rob Liguori, a research editor from Brooklyn, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY
A SONG OF "YOU"
PRESIDENTIAL HOMES
SOMETHING TO WEAR
AMERICAN AUTHORS
BEST DAY OF MY LIFE
    $200 13
This common bovine of the African savanna; it's only three letters
    $200 2
This "shining" 1973 No. 1 by Stevie Wonder forever will stay in our hearts
    $200 4
In 1981 he hosted a barbecue for Seabees who helped renovate his Rancho del Cielo into the Western White House
    $200 11
They have metal plates at heel & toe to increase sound
    $200 22
During a train trip E.B. White dreamed up this "small character who had the features of a mouse"
    $200 1
While in Iceland, I finally saw this phenomenon
    $400 17
This Packer started an NFL QB record 253 straight regular season games
    $400 3
Say this alternate title of a 2010 Cee Lo Green hit & you can remain on our stage
    $400 6
This home was named by the president's half-brother for his commanding officer in the British navy
    $400 14
Put this pretend-tious French word before "rabbit" or "fox" to keep yourself warm
    $400 23
In 1986 he & wife Tabitha created a foundation to provide support for Maine communities
    $400 7
I shot par at one of the courses at this royal & ancient golf club in Scotland
    $600 20
Flip 2 letters in a lumberjack's falling-tree yell & get this quality of the sound of a voice
    $600 5
After 2 billion YouTube views, we'd add "& Again" to this song by Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth
    DD: $1,200 12
Considering himself to be a political outlaw, John Tyler named his plantation this for a wooded area in Nottinghamshire
    $600 15
In 1884 the U.S. Army introduced these tired-sounding casual clothes
    $600 8
I got to see my daughter receive her Ph.D. from this Palo Alto, California university
    $800 24
Medical condition characterized by involuntary sleeping
    $800 18
In this 2006 hit the Killers said you could "close your eyes & see the place where you used to live"
    $800 16
GQ says these suits typified by an extra row of buttons don't have to be boxy, 1930s gangster-style
    $800 9
I got to swim with these magnificent sea cows in Crystal River, Florida
    $1000 21
The lady's response to this title query in a 1982 Human League hit? No, pretty much
    $1000 25
In Marion in this state you can stand on the front porch for which Warren Harding's laid-back 1920 campaign is named
    $1000 19
For Muslim women, a burqa covers the face; a niqab leaves the eyes uncovered; this five-letter word is a headscarf
    $1000 10
What an adrenaline rush! I zip lined 1,200 feet above the Arkansas River, across this regal Colorado canyon

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

Rob Trish Jeff
$2,400 $2,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Trish Jeff
$4,400 $3,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SPY vs. SPY
1960s SLANG
PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE WINNERS
CULTURAL "LIT"ERACY
BRITISH GEOGRAPHY
MOVIE BEFORE, TV AFTER
    $400 16
In 1994 the FBI busted Aldrich Ames, a 31-year vet of this agency, for selling secrets to the Soviets
    $400 12
Anyone uncool was this rectangular polygon, dig?
    $400 19
2007 winner Richard Rogers & 1998's Renzo Piano teamed up to design the Pompidou Centre in this city
    $400 6
This printmaking method was invented around 1800 & soon, art stars like Delacroix & Goya were using it
    $400 20
Nine UK rivers bear this name, including the one seen here; oh, that's the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in the background
    $400 1
John Belushi & the other Deltas help make Frank Underwood the president
    $800 17
In the 1940s & '50s top British agent Harold Philby, nicknamed this after a Kipling title boy, was really a KGB mole
    $800 7
It wasn't just something to write on, it was a place to crash-- you know, to sleep
    $800 24
In 1966 Jorn Utzon quit the opera house project designed for this city but today, that's his legacy
    $800 10
A set religious rite, such as the Eucharist
    $800 22
Out Stack, a rocky islet in this "equine" island group, is the United Kingdom's northernmost point
    $800 2
Plantation-set Disney film about Kyle, Cartman & their animated friends
    $1200 18
Rosenblum was the real last name of this early 1900s British "Ace of Spies"
    $1200 8
Meaning falling off a surfboard or other similar disaster, it was also the title of the Surfaris' 1963 Top 10 hit
    $1200 25
Philip Johnson, the prize's very first winner in 1979, designed the Glass House in New Canaan in this state
    $1200 13
Not in a figurative way, it means "relating to a seashore"
    $1200 23
In recent years, large chunks of the white chalk cliffs near this port have fallen into the sea
    $1200 3
Actress Julia Roberts flirts with Hugh Grant in a Steven Bochco cop series, & let's be careful out there
    $1600 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a hotel and a map on the monitor.) During World War II, the Princess Hotel was home to British censors who exposed Nazi spy rings by secretly opening, reading & resealing transatlantic mail routed through this island
    $1600 9
Your "treads" were your shoes; insert 1 letter to get these, your clothes, man
    $1600 14
Dickens traumatized himself writing the death of this girl
    $1600 27
With 114 miles of canals, this second-largest city in England rival Venice in total length of its canals
    $1600 4
Arthur Miller play adaptation about a violent biker gang in a drug war
    DD: $800 26
This "colorful" Secret Service chief & detective agency founder busted Confederate spy Rose Greenhow
    $2000 11
Bummer-- they closed the last "groove yard", this type of store, in my neighborhood
    $2000 15
When a treaty was signed there, Brest was followed by this
    $2000 28
2,036-foot Snaefell is the tallest-- & only--mountain on this isle in the Irish Sea
    $2000 5
Hubert Selby Jr. novel adaptation about comical cop Andy Samberg

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Trish Jeff
$14,000 $4,800 $6,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS' EPITAPHS
His tombstone in a Hampshire churchyard reads, "Knight, patriot, physician & man of letters" & "22 May 1859-7 July 1930"

Final scores:

Rob Trish Jeff
$14,000 $4,800 $9,601
4-day champion: $72,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Trish Jeff
$14,600 $4,800 $6,600
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
3 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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