Show #7513 - Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Contestants

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Diana Ascher, a finance system manager from Englewood, New Jersey

Emmett Robinson, an attorney from Greenwich, Ohio

Jamie Newland, a loan coordinator from Chicago, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

REAL-LIFE PEOPLE IN SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS
SOCIETY
SAME FIRST, MIDDLE & LAST LETTER
POTLUCK
1930s AMERICA
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
    $200 23
It's a society led by women in which descent is traced through the female line
    $200 6
A type of kids' picture book, or a short fly ball
    $200 11
Shades of this color include fawn, russet & burnt umber
    $200 1
The moose never stood a chance on "Weekend Update" when this "Sisters" star did a hard-core gangsta rap about Sarah Palin
    $400 18
Owen Glendower bedeviled Henry IV on stage & in real life as a leader of rebel forces in this U.K. country
    $400 24
4-letter word for a relatively small religious group operating outside standard cultural norms
    $400 7
A drug made from hemp
    $400 12
Scientists consider time to be this number dimension
    $400 20
Strikes by this union got it recognized as a bargaining agent by big companies, starting with General Motors
    $400 2
This "Saturday Night Live" regular is seen here showing George W. Bush how to imitate his dad, George H.W.
    $600 17
In the play "Julius Caesar" & in real life, this man & Brutus led the assassination conspiracy
    $600 25
This word for the established conventions of polite social interaction is from Old French for "label"
    $600 8
An outline for a film's story, or the medical plan to fight a disease
    $600 13
This Canadian province's flag depicts a yellow lion plus a large oak tree & 3 saplings on a small isle
    $600 19
In 1938 Kate Smith gave the first public performance of this Irving Berlin song written 20 years earlier
    $600 3
We enjoy this recurring sketch with categories like "Bye, Felicia!" & "They Out Here Saying"
    $800 27
Sir James Tyrrell was a henchman of Richard III; in the play, he arranges the deaths of the 2 princes imprisoned here
    $800 26
Some might need to flaunt a "symbol" of this, the position that a person occupies in a particular social setting
    $800 9
A Little Rascal or a pasture & hay crop
    $800 14
At the Golden Globes in 2017, she said attendees were the most vilified of society: Hollywood, foreigners & press
    $800 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a picture and a map on the monitor.) In July 1938, the aviator seen here was supposed to fly west from New York to California, but somehow ended up landing in Dublin, earning him this famous nickname
    $800 4
Played by Chris Farley, Matt Foley was a motivational speaker who lived "in a van" at this location
    $1000 28
Dear friends, this king's army won a decisive battle in France in 1415
    $1000 22
It's the small group at the top; C. Wright Mills said a "power" one really runs things in America
    $1000 10
French term for an informal understanding between nations; there was a famous "triple" one
    $1000 15
The Lincoln Memorial Garden in Springfield contains plant species native to 3 states: Illinois, Indiana & this one
    DD: $2,200 21
In 1933 Albert Einstein renounced his German citizenship & relocated to 2 Library Place in this U.S. city
    $1000 5
Alliterative name of Rachel Dratch's eternally negative "SNL" character

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

Jamie Emmett Diana
$3,800 $2,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Emmett Diana
$6,800 $5,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

3-NAMED AUTHORS
(Alex: You can get by by giving us the last name only. You don't have to give all three.)
FISH
NUMBER, PLEASE
THAT'S SHOW BIZ, "BOY"
THE COMMONWEALTH
OF PENCIL MANIA
    $400 11
Following the success of "Little Women", she wrote in her journal, "Paid up all the debts... thank the Lord!"
    $400 6
Events in the heptathlon
    $400 5
In 1986 this Culture Club singer played himself on an episode of "The A-Team", because that's how crazy the '80s were
    $400 26
Nations in the Commonwealth maintain friendship & cooperation & acknowledge this person as the symbolic head
    $400 24
In the 1930s Koh-I-Noor began offering a pocket one of these that had 2 blades
    $800 8
Tarzana, in California's San Fernando Valley, is named for this resident's most famous creation
    $800 7
Chambers in a cow's stomach
    $800 4
Fred Savage's brother Ben played Cory for 7 years on this '90s ABC sitcom
    $800 27
2.2 billion people reside in 52 member countries, alphabetically from Antigua & Barbuda to this African nation
    $800 23
Early ads for pencils appeared in his Pennsylvania Gazette; a 1737 one read, "Cyphering Slates and Pencils" sold by the printer
    DD: $3,000 9
In a 1902 novel he wrote, "They were the footprints of a gigantic hound!"
    $1200 28
Tagging has shown many of the Pacific type of this fish, genus Oncorhynchus, return to the river where they hatched
    $1200 14
Acts in "Coriolanus"
    $1200 3
Hugh Grant claims to have a 2-year-old son & joins S.P.A.T., "Single Parents Alone Together" in this 2002 film
    $1200 20
Held every four years, the Commonwealth Games feature exciting sports like this type of bowls seen here
    DD: $3,000 10
In 1873 Joseph Dixon purchased the American Graphite Company located in this New York town
    $1600 12
His "The General in His Labyrinth" is a historical novel about Simon Bolivar's last days
    $1600 22
This popular food fish is the largest of the flatfish, with some species approaching 500 pounds
    $1600 16
Yards in a mile
    $1600 1
Since the '70s when this John Denver hit came out, the Baltimore Orioles have played it in the seventh inning stretch
    $1600 19
Before the CW, some former U.K. colonies were known as these self-governing entities, from the Latin for "Lord"
    $1600 13
After the 1917 revolution, this head of Occidental Petroleum controlled the USSR's pencil market
    $2000 15
"Here I Am"--that's the 2016 novel by this "Everything Is Illuminated" author, & here he is
    $2000 21
Keeping their mouths open so they can strain meal, tilapia & herring are alliteratively termed this
    $2000 17
Vertices of a cube
    $2000 2
"Turn Me Loose"! In the '80s this rock group was "Working For The Weekend"
    $2000 18
A member since 1966, it's the only South American mainland country to be a member
    $2000 25
Smooth & durable, wood from the incense species of this tree is used in making pencils

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Emmett Diana
$8,800 $9,800 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC U.S. LAWS
By barring holding positions at competing firms, 1914's Clayton Act plugged gaps in this law

Final scores:

Jamie Emmett Diana
$800 $17,601 $6,799
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,601 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamie Emmett Diana
$8,800 $8,600 $9,600
18 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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