Show #7605 - Friday, October 6, 2017

Austin Rogers game 9.

Contestants

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Diana McInnis, an editor from Playa Vista, California

Rebekah Smith, a library associate from Washington, D.C.

Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 8-day cash winnings total $306,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

MOST INSTAGRAMMED PLACES BY STATE
SCHOOLED!
ROUND HOUSE
AUSSIE SLANG
"B"USINESS
BROADWAY, BABY
    $200 17
In California:
this theme park
    $200 14
It's a convenient truth that this future veep studied at Vanderbilt in the 1970s
    $200 22
It's a word for many round objects, including those seen here
    $200 1
When you throw a shrimp here, make sure it's not the doll
    $200 9
It's the method of trading in which goods or services are exchanged without the use of money
    $200 3
In 2017 Grizabella & Rum Tum Tugger prowled the Great White Way once more in this musical
    $400 18
In this state:
Lambeau Field
    $400 15
This MSNBC host has recalled life as one of the only 2 "out" students at Stanford in the early 1990s
    $400 23
Bedivere, Gawain & Perceval were 3 of this fabled group named for a piece of furniture
    $400 2
To earn a living is to "make a" this (minus the pro quo)
    $400 10
Some see a decline in this "loyalty"; used to be when Grandma bought Charmin once, she'd dang well keep buying Charmin
    $400 5
In 2016 the circus came to town; specifically, this circus that made its Broadway debut in "Paramour"
    $600 19
In Minnesota:
this shopping mecca
    $600 16
Sadly, Yo-Yo Ma & Robin Williams just missed overlapping at this NYC fine arts school
    $600 24
In a kid song's first lyric, "She'll be" doing this "when she comes", "she'll be" doing this "when she comes"
    $600 4
A stubby is a small bottle of this; cheers!
    $600 11
"BOGOF" is an abbreviation for this promotion that means a 50% savings
    $600 6
Let's paint the picture:
Jake Gyllenhaal worked Sundays on Broadway in this revival
    $800 20
In this state:
Pike Place Market
    $800 28
Before getting cuckoo with his Merry Pranksters, this alliterative author walked like a duck at the Univ. of Oregon
    $800 25
Seen here, this nation's standard depicts a round blue chakra with 24 spokes
    DD: $4,000 26
Jumbuck is an Aussie term for this animal, of which there are a lot Down Under
    $800 12
It sounds like a small, high-end shop, but in business, it's a specialty investment banker
    $800 7
"The Glass Menagerie" rebroke on B'way & this Oscar winner hoped fans would really like her as Amanda Wingfield
    $1000 21
In this state:
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre
    $1000 29
An army of ambassadors has studied intl. affairs at the Fletcher School of this univ. in Medford, Mass.
    $1000 30
Calculate the volume of one of these with 4/3 x πr3
    $1000 27
Tommy Roe might know that this "Sweet Little" name is Aussie slang for a girl or woman
    $1000 13
Henry Luce said, "There are men who can write poetry, and there are men who can read" these pages of assets & liabilities
    $1000 8
In the revival of "The Little Foxes", Laura Linney alternated roles with this actress

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

Austin Rebekah Diana
$200 $600 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Rebekah Diana
$600 $400 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY WOMEN AUTHORS
WORDPLAY
YOUR FILM & TV WAIT STAFF
CHEMISTRY
PRESIDENTS BORN WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI
"UR" THE TOP!
    $400 6
Martha Finley wrote 28 novels about Elsie, a virtuous Southern girl who lives on these including the Oaks & Roselands
    $400 1
"Wheel of Fortune" uses an adapted version of this game in which players guess the hidden letters of a word
    $400 9
Max Black & Caroline Channing serve as this CBS title duo in a diner
    $400 18
Gallium turns to liquid slightly above this temperature sometimes given as 72 degrees Fahrenheit
    $400 16
The first to be born west of the Mississippi (hope it didn't cause a Depression)
    $400 14
To the ancient Greeks, he was really tops--he personified heaven
    DD: $1,000 7
Johanna Spyri spent summers in the Swiss Alps & used her memories in this book about an orphan girl sent to live there
    $800 2
Strict usage distinguished initialisms such as "FBI" & "NSA" from these such as "NASA" & "NATO"
    $800 10
One of Lucy Liu's earliest roles was addressing diners at the Peach Pit on this '90s drama
    $800 19
In biology, an insectivore; in chemistry, a measuring unit of very small things
    $800 20
Of the 8 presidents born west of the Mississippi River, the one born farthest west
    $800 15
A 2016 report said that per capita, this country's citizens were the world's top eaters of beef
    $1200 8
Henrik Ibsen was influenced by Camilla Collett, a 19th c. novelist & women's rights advocate in this, their home country
    $1200 3
Malcolm X often used the device called chiasmus, as in "We didn't land on Plymouth Rock; the rock was" this
    $1200 11
A sunglasses-clad John Belushi wants wine, 5 shrimp cocktails & some bread from Paul Reubens in this film
    $1200 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) The structural formula for water is HOH; HOOH is the formula for this solution that you might keep in your bathroom or first aid kid
    $1200 21
The one born farthest west in the continental U.S.
    $1200 23
Alioth & Dubhe are its brightest stars
    $1600 26
Her "Silas Marner" is subtitled "The Weaver of Raveloe"
    $1600 4
A rebus is a word puzzle, and this answer to the one seen here means you get it
    $1600 12
Before getting into shenanigans as Marvel's merc with a mouth, this actor served it up at Shenaniganz in a 2005 film
    $1600 30
2 letters longer than "activity", this is high in the halogen elements, so they're not naturally found uncombined
    DD: $4,500 17
Of those on the list, he's the most recent from a state that borders the Mississippi
    $1600 24
The peak of Mount Yamantau is the top of the southern section of this mountain range
    $2000 27
This 3-named "Little Lord Fauntleroy" author also penned "A Little Princess"
    $2000 5
The 2017 U.K. Pun Championships produced gems like "Pakistani pirates." This language "they think they argh?"
    $2000 13
Lorna Thayer was the waitress whom this actor wants to hold the chicken (between her knees) in "Five Easy Pieces"
    $2000 29
The hollow carbon molecule seen here is called a buckyball and was named for this non-chemist
    $2000 22
The one who served the shortest time as president
    $2000 25
You're supremely suave & courteous, this adjective

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Austin Rebekah Diana
$15,500 $6,600 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
They begin with the same 3 letters: the most densely populated country in Europe & the least densely populated in Asia

Final scores:

Austin Rebekah Diana
$25,500 $6,000 $9,600
9-day champion: $332,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Austin Rebekah Diana
$16,600 $6,400 $12,600
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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