Show #7671 - Monday, January 8, 2018

Contestants

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Dave Daniel, a retired security manager from Shelley, Idaho

Jamie Rosler, an event host from Brooklyn, New York

Brandon Brooks, an HR manager from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOT CLOSE ENOUGH FOR JAZZ
LET THERE BE LIGHTING!
HANDY ADVICE
WORDS MADE UP OF ROMAN NUMERALS
THE SPANISH INQUISITION
2.0
    $200 21
Not quite--this pianist's name isn't Felonious Funk
    $200 11
A resistor called a rheostat was used in the first of these switches that adjust illumination gradually
    $200 6
Mix 5 pounds of malt extract with 5 gallons of water, add hops & yeast, let ferment, bottle & in about 3 weeks you've got this
    $200 1
Vigor's proverbial partner
    $200 26
The Inquisition was formed in Spain to combat this 6-letter type of thought at odds with orthodox doctrine
    $200 16
This company says its 7th generation Core i7 processors speed up your computer with turbo boost technology 2.0
    $400 22
Brother of Branford, this trumpet legend doesn't go by Clinton, but by this name
    $400 12
Far out, man! It's the groovy name for the special ultraviolet lamp in use here
    $400 7
In 1914 Popular Mechanics suggested affixing a V-shaped guide to the door to find this when coming home at night
    $400 2
A paper factory
    $400 27
In 1478 Sixtus IV named inquisitors to deal with Marranos, people who were formerly of this faith
    $400 17
In 2016, its new president, Gianni Infantino unveiled a plan called this troubled sporting organization 2.0
    $600 23
It's not Stan Lee or Stan Musial, it's this cool school sax man
    $600 13
The phenyl oxalate ester helps provide the gleam in this item you wave at a rave
    $600 8
Use a torque wrench & tighten in an alternating pattern when reinstalling these after changing a tire
    $600 3
To imitate playfully
    DD: $600 28
When people fled the Inquisition, sometimes they were found guilty in absentia & burned this way
    $600 18
This 1987 rollout was the first bundled with Word & Excel, making it tough on competing apps
    $800 24
Close, but despite the sweetness of his guitar, this Belgian-born Gypsy wasn't known as Mango Seinfeld
    $800 14
The first electric street lights were Yablochkov candles, a type of this 3-letter lamp
    $800 9
Paraffin wax on the hinges
    $800 4
Doing this type of "duty" includes basic stuff like paying taxes & voting
    $800 19
In 2016 the Healthy this city 2.0 initiative was launched--in the home of stuffed pizza & chicken Vesuvio
    $1000 25
So close--Benny Goodman's percussive prince wasn't Dean Cooper but rather this
    $1000 15
Neon, glowing red, isn't the only noble gas used in discharge tubes: xenon glows blue & this grade "A" gas, violet
    $1000 10
This device that zaps away paint or rust can be filled with a non-silica type of the main material to avert silicosis
    $1000 5
Absolutely furious!
    $1000 20
In 2017 this Uber CEO took a leave of absence so he could work on "Travis 2.0"

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

Brandon Jamie Dave
$800 $1,000 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brandon Jamie Dave
$1,800 $600 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL COATS OF ARMS
THERMODYNAMICS
WOMEN'S FIRSTS
BROADWAY MUSICALS BY SONGS
BRITISH AUTHORS
THAT'S OXYMORONIC
    $400 26
South Africa's coat of arms has a club called a knobkierie & this pointed weapon, shown peacefully lying down
    $400 7
Thermodynamics originated around 1800 when it was noticed that work done generates a proportionate amount of this
    $400 11
In the 1930s, Regina Jonas became the first woman officially ordained this & was a chaplain in Berlin's Jewish hospital
    $400 1
"Rainbow Tour" & "Buenos Aires"
    $400 21
Hugh Lofting's letters to his kids from the WWI front evolved into the tales of this physician who talks to animals
    $400 6
Type of internal conflict that consumed England in the 1640s
    $800 30
(Alex presents the clue from the Canadian embassy in Washington, D.C.) Adopted in 1921, Canada's coat of arms bears the symbols of four of its founding nations--three lions for England, one lion for Scotland, the fleur-de-lis for France & the harp of Tara for this country
    $800 8
A common example used in teaching thermodynamics is a cylinder containing gas & this engine part
    $800 12
Eileen Collins was the first woman to pilot & later command one of these
    $800 2
"Dawn (Go Away)" & "December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)"
    DD: $1,000 20
Following World War II, he built an estate in Jamaica called Goldeneye
    $800 25
A teller might set off one of these to alert authorities but not the bank robber
    DD: $2,000 29
This animal adorns the coat of arms of the Ivory Coast
    $1200 9
Classical thermodynamics focuses on this state of balance & on changes from one such state to another
    $1200 13
In 2013 at Daytona she became the first woman to win a pole position in a Sprint Cup event
    $1200 3
"Ease On Down The Road" & "If You Believe"
    $1200 19
"About a Boy" & "Fever Pitch" are among his books that have been made into movies
    $1200 24
Like my love affair with Vanna, it's a supposedly hidden fact that everyone really knows about
    $1600 28
The double white cross on its coat of arms represents Stephen I, the country's first king
    $1600 10
There's a law that comes before the First Law of Thermodynamics; physicist Ralph Fowler gave it this 6-letter name
    $1600 16
In 2014, she began her tenure as the first female chair of the Federal Reserve system
    $1600 4
"It Only Takes A Moment" & "Before The Parade Passes By"
    $1600 17
His first literary success, "Eye of the Needle" was originally published as "Storm Island"
    $1600 23
Nonviolent activism for political change, it's AKA civil disobedience
    $2000 27
The shield on Zambia's coat of arms features black & white stripes representing this natural wonder
    $2000 14
Some physicists are real bringdown artists & explain the universe is running down to a lifeless state of "maximum" this
    $2000 15
It was the field of Maria Mitchell, the first woman member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    $2000 5
"What's Inside" & "What Baking Can Do"
    $2000 18
Banned upon publication, this author's "The Rainbow" was described by one magistrate as "utter filth"
    $2000 22
Stonewall Jackson is one of the best-known victims of this alliterative event

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brandon Jamie Dave
$8,600 $6,000 $9,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
He became an ex-president while flying over a point 13 miles southwest of Jefferson City, Missouri

Final scores:

Brandon Jamie Dave
$16,600 $10,001 $2,001
2-day champion: $27,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brandon Jamie Dave
$8,600 $8,400 $9,800
13 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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