Show #7569 - Thursday, July 6, 2017

Jon Eisenman game 5.

Contestants

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Rishi Sangani, a consultant from San Francisco, California

Liz Reardon, a health care consultant from Saint Albans Bay, Vermont

Jon Eisenman, an attorney from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $82,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

A REAL NUT JOB
VISUAL ART
CONFUCIUS SAID
A SPARKLE QUIZ
ISLANDS ON THE SCREEN
THAT IS WHAT WE "R"
    $200 15
Natives along the Amazon basin collect these, AKA para nuts, which are later used in soaps or as food
    $200 10
Here's a thinker--in 1864 he submitted his first sculpture to the Paris salon, "Mask of the Man with the Broken Nose"
    $200 14
"Not to grumble at being ____ is hard, not to be proud of wealth is easy"
    $200 30
Spumante on an Italian label means you're enjoying this 2-word type of libation; Prosecco makes a popular one
    $200 11
The oddness of bringing years of clothing on a 3-hour boat tour was never fully addressed on this 1960s sitcom
    $200 19
This word for a disorderly crowd often precedes "rouser"
    $400 8
marthastewart.com says to roast these nuts at 350 degrees in an oven; a song suggests "on an open fire"
    $400 6
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) Around 1305, Giotto began painting a fresco of the adoration of the Magi; the Star of Bethlehem was believed to modeled after this, which could be seen in 1301
    $400 18
"He that rules by mind is like the ____ star, steady in his seat, whilst the stars all bend to him"
    $400 28
In the book "Twilight", his skin "literally sparkled, like thousands of tiny diamonds"
    $400 12
In a 2017 film, whaddya think Brie Larson's gonna find on Skull Island? This title fella? More than likely
    $400 20
It's the long strip of fabric on top of the white tablecloth
    $600 1
Workers at the Mauna Loa Corporation pack & sell these nuts on a street named for them
    $600 3
A New Mexico museum recently hosted "Out of the Box: The Art of" this tobacco product & its colorful labels
    $600 25
"The three hundred poems are summed up in the one line, think no ____"
    $600 29
The Great Depression got some sparkle when this glass cleaner with a "streak-free shine" was introduced
    $600 13
My dear guests, I am Mr. Trebek, your host; welcome to this resort-set ABC show that ran from 1978 to 1984
    DD: $600 21
9-letter French term for a skilled storyteller
    $800 7
Confectioners in the South are known to take pecans and turn them into this sweet treat that also starts with a "P"
    $800 4
Divisionism is another name for this painting style that's most closely associated with Georges Seurat
    $800 23
"Whilst thy ____ and ____ are living, do not wander afar"
    $800 9
Of the 4 "C"s of the diamond world, the facets created by this one really help the gems sparkle with light
    $800 16
In "Jurassic World" this actor comes to 2 solid conclusions--"It's killing for sport" & "Evacuate the island"
    $800 26
To send to an inferior place, like out of the Premier League
    $1000 2
Turkish workers are powering an eco-city by harnessing this gas, CH4, from the fermentation of pistachio shells
    $1000 5
With the panels open, his "Garden of Earthly Delights" takes up over 12 feet of wall space at the Prado
    $1000 24
"Eating coarse ____ and drinking water...we may be merry; but ill-gotten wealth" is "a wandering cloud"
    $1000 27
Sparkle Plenty was a family friend of this hard-boiled comic strip detective
    $1000 17
In "Joe Versus the Volcano", Joe was this Oscar winner & the volcano was the Big Woo, on the island of Waponi Woo
    $1000 22
This synonym shares a lot of letters with its pal elementary

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

Jon Liz Rishi
$2,800 $5,000 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Liz Rishi
$7,000 $5,800 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

COATS OF ARMS
AMERICAN HISTORY
FROM THE LATIN
LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU
BRIT LIT
YOUR MAMA!
    $400 13
This Asian island nation's coat of arms features the lion rampant of Spain & the American bald eagle
    $400 6
In 1900 the U.S. went on this standard, setting its price at $20.67 an ounce
    $400 8
You seem to consume thousands of these, from the Latin for "heat", yet you never gain a pound!
    $400 28
You're having a party? Let me do this job & my 4-deck mixing skills will fill the dance floor
    $400 30
This 18th c. Scotsman is famed for his diaries as well as for his biography of Samuel Johnson
    $400 27
Cain, Biblically speaking
    DD: $800 14
The 2 monks on its coat of arms represent the 1297 conquest by Francois Grimaldi, whose soldiers dressed as monks
    DD: $800 5
In 1933 a stretch of river rapids in Alabama called Muscle Shoals became an integral part of this multi-state project
    $800 9
From the Latin for "ornamental gardening", it's the art form seen here
    $800 18
I'll do this, tap dance without the metal taps
    $800 29
An adventure novel by H.Rider Haggard takes its hero to this Biblical king's mines
    $800 19
First kids Lynda Bird & Luci Baines
    $1200 15
Its coat of arms depicts a garland of rhododendrons encompassing Mount Everest
    $1200 4
In 1915, this author of Family Limitation was arrested for obscenity
    $1200 10
From the Latin for "opening", it's the adjustable part of a camera lens that controls the amount of light that can enter
    $1200 26
How about my impression of this actor; I'll be sure to say "Pilgrim", like he does in "McLintock!"
    $1200 7
"Aunts Aren't Gentlemen" was the last pairing of Jeeves & Wooster in a comedy novel by this Englishman
    $1200 20
TV's Marcia, Jan & CIndy
    $1600 3
On this country's coat of arms, a crown sits atop a scarlet sash symbolizing the Hashemite throne
    $1600 2
In 1832 this South Carolinian resigned as vice president; in 2017 his name came off one of Yale's colleges
    $1600 11
A marvel of New England in autumn, it's from the Latin for "leaf"
    $1600 25
Take a seat for my display of magic using the simple & ancient combination of cup & this
    $1600 24
This "colorful" English author's works include "Brighton Rock" & "The Quiet American"
    $1600 21
Writer Mary Shelley
    $2000 16
An 1841 steamship built in Guayaquil, the first river steamship on South America's west coast, is on its coat of arms
    $2000 1
On Dec. 24, 1814 in Belgium, the U.S. & Britain signed this treaty in which the British gave up their northwest territory claims
    $2000 12
From the Latin for "to fall" comes this object of medical students' attention
    $2000 17
I've finally mastered Ian Anderson's flute part on this art rock band's "Thick As A Brick"
    $2000 23
In 1910 E.M. Forster published this novel about British social divisions told through the Wilcox & Schlegel families
    $2000 22
Greek god Ares

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Liz Rishi
$19,000 $9,400 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS TRADITIONS
Since 1986, reaching the quarterfinals of this event has entitled you to free tickets & free tea for life

Final scores:

Jon Liz Rishi
$21,601 $16,400 $2,599
5-day champion: $103,902 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jon Liz Rishi
$20,600 $9,400 $10,800
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
4 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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