Show #7582 - Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Justin Vossler game 4.

Contestants

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Catherine Meeker, an attorney from Orlando, Florida

Mackenzie Brooks, an attorney from San Diego, California

Justin Vossler, a high school history teacher from Homer, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $72,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

YOU BUG ME
____ & ____
WHO WROTE THE LINE?
ADULT BEVERAGES
BAWLERS
ALL THE DAYS OF ITALY
    $200 17
This common pet parasite can jump 200 times the length of its own body
    $200 5
BKS is the stock symbol for this seller of books & Nook tablets
    $200 16
"I'm dreaming of a white Christmas just like the ones I used to know"
    $200 7
In names of cocktails, this liquor precedes mockingbird & sunrise
    $200 23
This nursery rhyme guy kissed the girls & made them cry
    $200 1
It's Domenica, this day, so put on your best
    $400 19
This word for the young of insects is from the Latin for "ghost"
    $400 12
It's the rhyming name for the type of meal seen here
    $400 18
"The prince must be a fox... to recognize the traps and a lion to frighten the wolves"
    $400 8
The main ingredients in a mint julep are mint leaves, sugar syrup & this liquor
    $400 24
A bawling player in "A League of Their Own" causes Tom Hanks to say these 5 oft-quoted words about America's pastime
    $400 2
To get things done there's no day like oggi, this day
    $600 28
Gene science has led to thoughts of eradicating this insect, or maybe just the Culex genus that spreads encephalitis
    $600 13
Between 1992 & 2006 this male duo won the CMA's Vocal Duo of the Year award an unprecedented 14 times
    $600 20
"I woke up and heard the lambs screaming. I woke up in the dark and the lambs were screaming"
    $600 9
For brunch you might opt for this drink made with champagne or sparkling wine & peach puree
    $600 25
"Here, take my" this, Rhett tells a weeping Scarlett, "Never in any crisis of your life have I known you to have" one
    $600 3
On this day, ieri, all my troubles seemed so far away
    $800 29
This paternal name usually refers to a type of arachnid, but the crane fly also gets the moniker
    $800 14
A mismatched couple, especially the pair seen here
    $800 21
Tragedy is "the imitation of an action...arousing pity and fear... to accomplish its catharsis" (c. 330 B.C.)
    $800 10
Combine orange juice, club soda & this almond-flavored liqueur & you've got yourself a bocce ball
    $800 26
Ricky's & Fred's wives think their hubbies have enlisted & cry like babies on an episode of this classic sitcom
    $800 4
Let's forget about domani, this day
    $1000 30
The bulldog type of this bug regularly preys on the carpenter type & its bite can kill humans
    $1000 15
In mythology this pair of doomed lovers lived on opposite sides of the Hellespont
    DD: $1,000 22
"She lives in a world of her own--a world of --little glass ornaments"
    $1000 11
They're the 2 main ingredients in a Cape Codder, one for adults & one for all ages
    $1000 27
Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly dissolve into tears when their folks announce they're getting a divorce in this comedy
    $1000 6
Mercoledi is this day

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

Justin Mackenzie Catherine
$2,000 $3,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Mackenzie Catherine
$4,800 $2,800 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE EMPIRE STRIKES OUT
THE MUSICAL '70s
PHILOSOPHERS
"J"EOPARDY!
STATUARY HALL: THE STATE REPRESENTED
DIPLOMATIC DICTIONARY
    $400 16
The sun was said to truly set on the British empire on July 1, 1997 when this region was ceded back to China
    $400 2
References to Buddy Holly abound in this Don McLean hit about "the day the music died"
    DD: $1,500 21
When this philosopher died around 347 B.C., his nephew Speusippus took over the Academy
    $400 1
Fatigue from travel across several time zones
    $400 11
Brigham Young
    $400 26
Go tell it on the mountain--it's a formally arranged meeting of heads of government
    $800 17
Based in Patna in what's now this country, the Mauryan empire declined after Emperor Ashoka died c. 232 B.C.
    $800 6
Fleetwood Mac's only No. 1 hit, "Dreams", was written by her, a member of the group
    $800 22
Best known as an economist, this Scot wrote a philosophical treatise in 1759 called "Theory of Moral Sentiments"
    $800 3
One of these crimes that's "inside" has the help of someone who works at the place being robbed
    $800 13
William Jennings Bryan
    $800 27
From the Greek for "first page", it's the ceremonial side of diplomacy, including matters of courtesy & precedence
    $1200 18
"We'll rule for a thousand years!", said this "sacred" empire in 800 A.D., "then 6 years more, & shuffle off in 1806"
    $1200 8
He received a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal in 1978 for "Copacabana (At The Copa)"
    $1200 23
The porch were Zeno taught led to this name for his students, who pursued tranquility of mind
    $1200 4
A type of shot glass, it's equal to 1 1/2 ounces of booze
    $1200 12
Helen Keller
    $1200 28
In negotiating trade deals, President Trump likes ones that are bi-this more than the multi-this ones
    $1600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Seen at its height around 500 B.C., this empire once led by Darius I ended in 330 B.C. at the hands of Alexander the Great
    $1600 9
The perfect song for rainy days (half of the title), this adult contemporary tune is heard here
    $1600 24
He spent 11 years s a University of Copenhagen student & asked in his journal, "What is truth but to live for an idea?"
    $1600 5
Remains of this million-year-old type of Homo erectus were discovered in Indonesia in the 1890s
    $1600 14
Father Damien
    $1600 29
NGO is an abbreviation for one of these private institutions like Care International
    $2000 20
I decree the Mongol empire got broken into many parts after the death of this man in 1294
    $2000 10
This disco hit about a workplace says, "Keep those rags and machines humming"
    $2000 25
This Englishman's "Second Treatise" laid the groundwork for future democracies & the U.S. constitution
    $2000 7
English physicist who discovered the First Law of Thermodynamics & gave his name to a unit of energy
    DD: $2,000 15
Patrick McCarran
    $2000 30
A diplomat who's not welcome in another country is described by this 3-word Latin phrase

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Mackenzie Catherine
$24,300 $3,600 $13,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
Once a feudal state, it has the highest capital city in Europe at an elevation of about 3,300 feet

Final scores:

Justin Mackenzie Catherine
$20,300 $0 $1,000
4-day champion: $92,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Mackenzie Catherine
$23,200 $3,600 $15,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,600

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