Show #7684 - Thursday, January 25, 2018

Rachel Lindgren game 5.

Contestants

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Jeff Machusko, a data analyst from Centennial, Colorado

Rosie Jonker, a literary agent from New York, New York

Rachel Lindgren, a fire lookout from Bend, Oregon (whose 4-day cash winnings total $65,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE QUOTABLE WILL ROGERS
3-LETTER WORDS
BAND OF BROTHERS & SISTERS
TRAIN TIME
FOUND MY PLACE IN THE BOOK
CRAYOLA COLORS
    $200 26
"My ancestors didn't come over" on this, "but they met the boat"
    $200 1
Term for an angry crowd in the street
    $200 12
Brian, Carl & Dennis Wilson
    $200 11
Before this term meant 2 sports games played back to back, it meant a train pulled by 2 locomotives together
    $200 21
Jhumpa Lahiri's novel "The Namesake" follows a family moving from Calcutta to this collegey Boston-area city
    $200 6
In 1993 consumers were asked to name new colors & came up with this "mountains' majesty"
    DD: $2,000 27
This then 96-member institution "opens with a prayer and closes with an investigation"
    $400 2
It's the deadly species seen here, notorious since ancient times
    $400 13
Ann & Nancy Wilson
    $400 15
Richard Nixon grew up dreaming of being a train engineer; in 1970 he signed this national railroad into existence
    $400 22
This author left her familiar prairie settings for New Mexico in "Death Comes for the Archbishop"
    $400 7
In 1996 the 100 billionth Crayola was molded in this color, the top prize at many a state fair
    $600 28
A frequent opening line, "All I know is" this
    $600 3
A church bench
    $600 14
Kevin, Joe & Nick
    $600 18
In the 1800s inventions like this man's improved steam engine were adapted for trains
    $600 23
"Snow Falling in Spring" is Moying Li's memoir of growing up in China during this late 1960s tumult
    $600 8
In 1990 Crayola retired this color, a synonym for "corn"
    $800 29
"The country is bigger than" this financial center--"if they don't believe it, show 'em the map"
    $800 4
This popular Jamaican music stye from the late 1950s predates reggae
    $800 16
Country music's Kimberly, Reid & Neil
    $800 19
World War II aircraft engineer Tadanao Miki later designed the Shinkansen, AKA this train
    $800 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) A Patricia Highsmith novel takes us all around Rome--here's where Freddie Miles is killed, & here, at the Europa hotel, is where this "Talented" title character hides out as Dickie Greenleaf
    $800 9
The original 1903 box of 8 crayons contained black, brown, blue, red, violet, yellow, green & this fruit
    $1000 30
"I never met" one of these
    $1000 5
This verb means to fit a vessel with sails, Cap'n
    $1000 17
Scottish twins Craig & Charlie Reid, who "would walk 500 miles"
    $1000 20
In 1873, Eli Janney patented the knuckle version of this special semi-automatic train car connector
    $1000 25
"Even Silence Has an End" by Ingrid Betancourt tells of 6 years as a captive of the FARC organization in this country
    $1000 10
Burnt umber was discontinued; burnt this was spared in 2003 thanks to votes from thousands of fans

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

Rachel Rosie Jeff
$3,600 $2,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rachel Rosie Jeff
$5,200 $2,800 -$800

Double Jeopardy! Round

3-NAME THE AUTHOR
HISTORIC BOYCOTTS
RHYMING TERMS
THE PRODUCERS
HEAVENS
TIBET SEE
    $400 3
"Kidnapped"
    $400 26
Her 1955 arrest led to a boycott in Montgomery that left buses running three-quarter empty for over a year
    $400 1
Rhyming phrase for a hairstyle that looks like it's a result of just waking up
    $400 16
T Bone Burnett produced music for this TV series created by his wife Callie Khouri about rival country stars
    $400 6
Happiness due to the ignorance of your problems puts you in this person's "paradise"
    $400 19
Here is a different kind of string cheese--cheese from this local bovine is sometimes served rock hard
    $800 12
"The Deerslayer"
    $800 29
The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan led the U.S. & 60 other nations to boycott the summer Olympics of this year
    $800 2
In his play "Geneva", George Bernard Shaw used this hyphenated term for illicit or surreptitious sexual activity
    $800 17
The 2005 biography "Lion of Hollywood" tells the story of this legendary producer, the second "M" in MGM
    $800 7
A Pennsylvania rescue farm with this alliterative name rescues hoofed animals, porcine or not
    $800 20
Here's a view of this Tibetan capital city, about 12,000 feet above sea level
    DD: $3,000 13
"Jo's Boys, and How They Turned Out"
    $1200 25
After the shah gave a British company a monopoly in 1891 Iranians boycotted this vice
    $1200 4
It instructs, "You put your right foot in, you put your right foot out"
    $1200 18
In 2017 Shawn Ryan, creator of the L.A. cop show "The Shield", produced this CBS reboot with Shemar Moore
    $1200 9
Fats Domino sang, "Just Molly & me, & baby makes 3, we're happy in" this place
    $1200 21
Inside Tibetan prayer wheels are scrolls of om mani padme hum, one of these repeated Sanskrit prayers
    $1600 14
"The Maine Woods", published posthumously in 1864
    $1600 30
In 1894 the U.S. transport system slowed as the American Railway Union supported a boycott of this company
    DD: $2,000 5
Greek term for the unwashed masses
    $1600 23
"You be illin'" if you don't know that in 1986 Rick Rubin produced a Top 5 hit for this rap trio with "Walk This Way"
    $1600 10
These heavenly gates are one route to climb Oregon's Mount Hood
    $1600 22
Tibetans can spend weeks making these circular diagrams of the cosmos in sand, then they sweep it all up
    $2000 15
"The Magician of Lublin"
    $2000 28
The 1767 Townshend Acts taxed imports to America from Britain; a boycott by colonists got the taxes lifted on everything but this
    $2000 8
This phrase meaning "raring to go" could describe a horse that's warmed up & ready to run
    $2000 24
After leaving Amblin Entertainment, Frank Marshall & this wife produced "Seabiscuit" & "The Bourne Identity"
    $2000 11
The Heavens, a gabled section above the stage, provides shade & allows for overhead effects in this theatre
    $2000 27
The Tashi Lhunpo monastery is headed by this lama, traditionally number two to the Dalai Lama

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rachel Rosie Jeff
$10,800 $13,800 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY EUROPEANS
In an 1889 letter to his brother, he wrote, “I wouldn’t exactly have chosen madness if there had been a choice”

Final scores:

Rachel Rosie Jeff
$10,800 $5,999 $2,200
5-day champion: $75,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rachel Rosie Jeff
$10,800 $14,000 $4,800
15 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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