Show #7491 - Monday, March 20, 2017

Contestants

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Christiane Evaskis-Garrett, a content developer from Jackson, Michigan

Eli Rosenberger, a Naval flight officer from Oak Harbor, Washington

Rebecca Wald, a psychologist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

FESTIVALS
TRICKY CLUES
19th CENTURY AUTHORS
AUTO-MATIC WORDS
(Alex: Each response will be the model of a car.)
GEOGRAPHY "B"
BARE-KNUCKLE FIGHTING
    $200 14
The annual Scottish Festival in McPherson, Kansas includes dancing & competitions in athletic events in these games
    $200 6
This 6-footer, so to speak, comes in fire & carpenter varieties
    $200 1
This author wrote that he "wept and laughed, and wept again" while creating "A Christmas Carol"
    $200 11
A Spanish word for a type of celebration, if you can af-Ford it
    $200 21
Plaza Bolivar is this Colombian capital's main square
    $200 22
Adam Sandler says, "The price is wrong" after believing he's won a movie fight against this man-- Adam is mistaken
    $400 15
A Swine Festival in Georgia includes a greased pig chase & the eating of these, the cooked small intestines of pigs
    $400 7
Reptilian term that you might say is thrown for a loss in Reno
    $400 2
Her "Wuthering Heights" was published just 2 months after sister Charlotte's "Jane Eyre"
    $400 12
Hyundai drivers know it's a unique pattern of one's speech
    $400 26
With Marion stuck in the Nazi flying wing, this archaeologist character has to deal with a big, bald pugilist
    DD: $600 18
A highlight of this Michigan city's Dutch Winterfest is the arrival of Sinterklaas on his great white horse
    $600 8
Usually way off base, it's a 5-letter term for a soldier's holiday
    $600 3
Look at the haunted eyes of this Russian author... why, he looks like one of the possessed
    $600 13
Time to Rolls out this ghostly 7-letter term for an apparition
    $600 25
An epic donnybrook in "The Quiet Man" finds him literally putting up his "Dukes" against Victor McLaglen
    $800 19
Pies are in abundance at this Huntertown, Indiana festival that could also be called the John Chapman Festival
    $800 9
Members of this service founded Oct. 13, 1775 really have the blues
    $800 5
This English novelist introduced his semi-fictional county of Wessex in "Far from the Madding Crowd"
    $800 16
It means "pertaining to a city" & it's not the Honda Urban
    $800 24
In "The Matrix Reloaded", Neo fights seemingly hundreds of avatars of this agent played by Hugo Weaving
    $1000 20
A 5-day horseback ride named for this Tombstone lawman will take you to a ghost town & the gravesite of Johnny Ringo
    $1000 10
You can see many a public hanging at this location at West 53rd & Fifth in New York City
    $1000 4
This author known for such rags-to-riches stories as "Fame and Fortune" never quite attained riches himself
    $1000 17
You can't dodge the fact that it's a venomous snake --& a Dodge
    $1000 27
Canada's largest island, it's part of the territory of Nunavut
    $1000 23
In "48 Hrs." this actor warns Eddie Murphy that he fights dirty before sucker-punching him

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

Rebecca Eli Christiane
$2,000 $0 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rebecca Eli Christiane
$3,000 -$400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRE-CIVIL WAR AMERICA
NFL EN ESPAÑOL
ISLAND PRISONS
CURRENT BIOGRAPHIES
STARTS & ENDS WITH "F"
BARNACLE FIGHTING
    $400 1
The first leg of the Pony Express included a ferry ride for horse & rider across this river to Elwood, Kansas
    $400 9
Los Jefes
    $400 17
Notorious gangster "Machine Gun" Kelly spent 1934 to 1951 in this West Coast lockup
    $400 26
An autobiography of this legendary Olympic swimming champion was appropriately titled "Beneath the Surface"
    $400 3
In lacrosse as well as ice hockey, play starts with this
    $400 12
To combat barnacles in the 18th c., the Brits began sheathing boats with this element, Cu on the periodic table
    $800 2
Although he didn't create the phrase "Go West, young man", he did say, "Go to the great West"
    DD: $2,000 18
Los Vaqueros
    $800 22
If you were already a convict banished to this nation & committed a crime, you got sent to a tougher prison on Norfolk Island
    DD: $2,000 27
Ashlee Vance subtitled her book about this entrepreneur "Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future"
    $800 4
Adjective for a plan that can't fail
    $800 13
Success! I've defeated the barnacle named for the neck of this bird; now for some grog
    $1200 5
It precedes "Gazette" in the name of the newspaper that Ben Franklin bought in 1729 & made into a leading paper
    $1200 19
Los Cuarenta y Nueve
    $1200 23
For 18 years Nelson Mandela was jailed at Robben Island Prison, 6 miles north of this legislative capital
    $1200 28
"Hero of the Empire" is about young Winston Churchill's life-changing time in 1899 & 1900 in this war
    $1200 8
This Arizona city on old Route 66 lies in the midst of the world's largest Ponderosa pine forest
    $1200 14
Gizmodo called the Navy's self-guided robotic hull cleaner an "underwater" this home robot "for barnacles"
    $1600 6
The British captured him on Sept. 21, 1776 on Long Island & hanged him as a spy
    $1600 20
Las Aguilas
    $1600 24
Fort Jefferson, where Dr. Mudd was imprisoned after the Lincoln assassination, is in these arid islands
    $1600 29
A bio says this Chicagoan added dairying to his bootlegging & was one of the first to put expiration dates on milk
    $1600 10
If you've written a book & are autographing a copy, this blank page is a good one to use
    $1600 15
Two-word name of this animal that likes to eat barnacles; come on, Johnny, let's invest in one
    $2000 7
In 1811 the Pacific Fur Company established this fur trading post on the Columbia River
    $2000 21
Los Cuervos
    $2000 25
The island of Elba where Napoleon was first exiled is a few miles off the coast of this country that today it's part of
    $2000 30
This Fox News host's memoir "Settle for More" includes her part in the events of the 2016 GOP primaries
    $2000 11
This word refers to any land held by a feudal lord
    $2000 16
This pirate punishment in which one is dragged under the boat could dislodge a barnacle or 2

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rebecca Eli Christiane
$15,800 $4,800 $6,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

PAPAL NAMES
From the mid-20th century, it's the most recent papal name that's the same in Latin & in English

Final scores:

Rebecca Eli Christiane
$12,100 $100 $2
2-day champion: $43,300 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rebecca Eli Christiane
$14,600 $5,400 $4,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $24,800

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