Show #7516 - Monday, April 24, 2017

Alan Lin game 1.

Contestants

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Alan Lin, a software engineer from Santa Barbara, California

Emma Florio, a library assistant from Hoffman Estates, Illinois

David Rigsby, a Social Security Administration attorney from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

SITCOM CITIES
(Alex: We'll give you the sitcom, you identify the city in which it takes place.)
FASHION
THE 16th CENTURY
CUT IT OUT
SQUID
IT'S A TRAP!
    $200 1
"Veep"
    $200 9
Types of this delicate fabric include Brussels & Chantilly
    $200 19
In 1521 in Worms he declared, "Here I stand; I can do no other"
    $200 16
Cut "it" out of a fundamental physical force & you get this turkey accompaniment
    $200 6
The squid is better at hugging than the octopus, as it has this many appendages
    $200 17
The National Motorists Association has a website that monitors these "traps" so you can avoid them
    $400 2
"2 Broke Girls"
    $400 12
These large square sleeves bear the name of a Japanese garment
    $400 20
Early in the century, Giovanni Bellini painted "The Infant" this Roman god holding a wine pitcher
    $400 24
Remove "it" from a Japanese dog breed to get this abbreviation for an alias
    $400 7
A squid has teeth on its tongue, but its main weapon is this, which it uses to dismember prey
    $400 18
More humane than its spiky relatives, the trap seen here, in Grand Teton National Park, is made to trap these
    $600 3
"New Girl"
    $600 13
DVF is short for this iconic designer of the wrap dress
    $600 21
In 1558 Elizabeth I succeeded this half-sister on the throne of England
    $600 25
Take "it" out of Jimmy Page's instrument to get this gum-producing legume
    $600 8
Squids have sacs full of this used for distraction & yum! It's edible
    DD: $2,000 30
The Smithsonian's Natl. Museum of American History says more patents have been given to this device than any other
    $800 4
"Tyler Perry's House of Payne"
    $800 14
The shirts worn by rowers in Oxfordshire gave rise to this style of crew neck shirts, seen here
    $800 22
Commissioned by Gustav Vasa, the entire Bible was officially translated into this language for the first time
    $800 26
Excise "it" from luxurious hotel rooms to get this litigious verb
    $800 10
Loligo opalescens is this 6-letter squid, a word that also follows "stock" or "farmers"
    $800 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows some mosquito traps.) Some mosquito traps release CO2 to mimic human breath; new traps emit skin scents, like lactic acid & this pungent chemical to attract the bugs
    $1000 5
"Parks and Recreation" (a fictional city)
    $1000 15
A duffel coat is also called this, for the type of fasteners used on it
    $1000 23
Matteo da Bascio wasn't monkeying around when he founded this order of friars in 1525
    $1000 27
Take "it" away from a temporary guest to get this helmet part
    $1000 11
Though boneless, squids have a rudimentary type of this substance that serves as a sort of backbone
    $1000 29
That restaurant with the fires you love probably has installed this, also called an interceptor

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

David Emma Alan
$2,000 $1,400 $5,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Emma Alan
$2,200 $7,000 $8,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRASIL, BRASIL!
MUSICIANS WHO DIED AT 27
INVENTIONS
STATES & LICENSE PLATES
WRITERS
"O"POURRI
    $400 23
Brazil heats up the globe as the leading exporter of this brew
    $400 11
The New York Times headline on his obituary called him the "hesitant poet of 'grunge rock'"
    $400 18
In 1959 Squibb introduced the first one of these with an electrical cord into the U.S. using the brand name Broxodent
    $400 2
Above the license plate number, its plate says, "Sweet Home"
    $400 1
He had a volume of Keats' poetry in his pocket when he drowned during a storm that engulfed his sailboat in 1822
    $400 13
Washi paper can be used for everything from paper screens to fans & for this traditional art of folding paper
    $800 19
When Brazil became a republic in 1889, this ceased being the official religion, but 2/3 of the people still adhere to it
    $800 12
Tony Bennett's "Duets II" had a posthumous appearance by this British soul singer, 2 months after her death
    $800 26
Early on, this aid to authors was piano-sized; around 1870 Christopher Sholes created a small one
    $800 7
Idaho's plates advertise the state's "famous" these
    DD: $5,000 3
Jay McInerney, Tama Janowitz & other 1980s writers shared this nickname with a group of young 1980s actors
    $800 14
Cleopatra's Needle & the Washington Monument are this type of tapered pillar
    DD: $3,000 20
The Açu River is also called this river, the plural of a certain fish; I'll stay out, thanks
    $1200 27
After her death via a heroin overdose in Hollywood in 1970, her album "Pearl" was released
    $1200 24
In 1986 ophthalmologist Patricia Bath invented the Laserphaco Probe to remove this eye impairment
    $1200 8
in an all or nothing move, this state invites you to "Live Free or Die"
    $1200 4
This "Good Earth" author founded Welcome House, an adoption agency
    $1200 15
It's debatable how accurate the 2-word name of this food fish is in describing its color
    $1600 21
In the 1990s the Gracie family brought the Brazilian form of this martial art to international prominence
    $1600 29
This Rolling Stones guitarist drowned in his pool at Cotchford Farm, a home once owned by A.A. Milne
    $1600 25
In 1899 Cushman & Denison trademarked this little gem of office supplies under the name Gem
    $1600 9
Driving straight from Rockford to Carbondale, most of the plates you see will have this man's face in the center
    $1600 5
This late author's mother, Sally Wallace, invented words like "greebles" that he used in his books
    $1600 16
This 7-letter synonym for "indirect" is what you call a line that is neither parallel nor perpendicular
    $2000 22
On August 22, 1942 Brazil did this; a 7-1 payback at the World Cup came 72 years later
    $2000 30
Chris Bell was buried on Dec. 28, 1978-- bandmate Alex Chilton's birthday--with a copy of this band's classic "#1 Record"
    $2000 28
In 1849 he created a biscuit made of dehydrated meat & flour; his later work on a certain milk product fared better
    $2000 10
Rhode Island is 48 x 37 miles but has 400 miles of coastline, earning the plate designation this "State"
    $2000 6
This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anne Tyler sounds like a tutorial about keeping oxygenated
    $2000 17
This Italian word means "code of silence"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Emma Alan
$3,800 $11,800 $27,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
Though he graduated from high school in 1901 & later graduated to the presidency, he never graduated from college

Final scores:

David Emma Alan
$6,800 $7,800 $24,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Emma Alan
$3,800 $10,400 $21,600
7 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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