Show #7792 - Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Contestants

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Andrew King, a lawyer from Little Rock, Arkansas

Jeff Witte, an electrical engineer from Fort Collins, Colorado

Kelly Griffin, a teacher from Brookhaven, Mississippi (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOM DE MUPPET
IN THE STATE SONG
SPACED-OUT BUSINESS
REMEMBER THE LADIES
OLIVE MY LOVE
2 "U"
    $200 3
This balcony-based curmudgeon is named for a New York City hotel--his wife is even named Astoria
    $200 14
In "Go", this state, the state's name is catchily spelled out 5 different times
    $200 26
It must have been in the stars in 2007 when it was announced this company would merge with XM Satellite Radio
    $200 1
In 1776 she wrote to husband John, "Remember the ladies, and be more generous...to them than your ancestors"
    $200 23
"Extra" this type of olive oil comes only from pressed olives, with no added chemicals
    $200 9
Amount produced in a given time, or stuff that comes from a computer
    $400 4
He may have told us his name, but we didn't understand him, so we know him by his nationality
    $400 18
This, o this! "Your freeborn single star, sends out its radiance to nations near & far"
    $400 25
This bar from Mars, Inc. has caramel, chocolate & nougat
    $400 2
Just prior to the Spanish-American War, she offered Pres. McKinley "fifty lady sharpshooters at your disposal"
    $400 27
By law, olives labeled as "Kalamata" must come from a region of this country
    $400 10
To roll out, like a flag
    $600 5
Miss Piggy was named for a Peggy, this "Fever" singer
    $600 15
In this state's song, "They shall guard thy fame & adore they name; thou shalt be their northern star"
    $600 21
Slow, floating objects were the bane of the triangle-shaped ship's existence in this 1979 Atari video game
    $600 8
In 1925, she made the first of several field trips to American Samoa
    $600 28
This sweet pepper is that red thing peeping out from the middle of your basic stuffed olive
    $600 19
Colorful, rhyming 2-word term for a sickout by police officers
    $800 6
One of the 2 scientific Muppets who share their names with laboratory equipment
    $800 16
"If you follow the old Kit Carson Trail until desert meets the hills", you'll know "Home means" this state
    $800 22
This cleaning product streaks through your bathroom & "kills 99.9% of germs"
    $800 11
In 2017 on the one-year anniv. of her canonization, a cathedral in Kosovo was consecrated in her honor
    $800 29
Olives are too bitter to be eaten off the tree; like a recovering patient, they have to be this
    $800 13
Lotsa pasta flour comes from this type of wheat
    $1000 7
Rizzo the Rat's name came from Dustin Hoffman's character in this Best Picture Oscar winner
    $1000 17
"Smoky Mountain rain keeps fallin'" in one of this state's 10--yes, 10--state songs
    DD: $2,000 24
Chevrolet & PBS have made very different versions of things called this
    $1000 12
The first drama by an African-American woman produced on Broadway was her "A Raisin in the Sun"
    $1000 30
Together with capers & anchovies, olives are a key ingredient in this French-named spread
    $1000 20
A type of ancient soothsayer; add a "Y", you get an omen

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

Kelly Jeff Andrew
$3,000 $2,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kelly Jeff Andrew
$5,600 $6,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

YES, PRIME MINISTER
COMMON BONDS
UNREAL ESTATE
QUOTES OF VICTORY
BROADWAY MUSICALS
5-SYLLABLE WORDS
    $400 5
As she left office, no one since 1827 had served longer continuously as Britain's prime minister
    $400 20
Black,
butter,
kidney
    $400 8
This city is located at the spot where the lands of the Winkies, Gillikins, Quadlings & Munchkins meet
    $400 18
This author famed for a 16th century manual for tyrants warned, "Previous victories are all canceled by present defeats"
    $400 11
It's the word & the musical set at Rydell High in the 1950s
    $400 23
It comes before "medley" in Olympic swimming
    $800 4
In 2012 this future Canadian PM soundly beat up a senator from the opposing party in public...boxing for charity, that is
    $800 21
Hakuna matata,
safari,
hatari
    $800 9
6-inch-tall folk populate this country in "Gulliver's Travels"
    $800 27
Entertainer Eddie Cantor remarked, "It takes 20 years" to become this type of speedy "success"
    $800 13
Completes the title of the dance musical "Bring in 'da Noise..."
    $800 24
Many small children have this kind of friend; title ones in kids' books include Jessica, Crenshaw & Beekle
    $1200 1
Educated at Harvard & Oxford, this woman led Pakistan in the '80s & again in the '90s
    $1200 19
Bears,
small icebergs,
your tummy
    $1200 10
Orodruin, a volcanic mountain in Mordor, is also known as Mount this
    $1200 28
What this Packers coach actually said was "Winning isn't everything, but making the effort to win is"
    $1200 14
The songs "Luck Be A Lady" & "A Bushel And A Peck" are featured in this musical
    $1200 6
The Greek word oikos led to this word meaning thrifty in the use of money or other things
    $1600 2
The U.S. invaded this country soon after the 1983 execution of its prime minister, Maurice Bishop
    $1600 22
Tyro,
greenhorn,
catechumen
    $1600 12
For an 1886 novel, Thomas Hardy created this town & its mayor Michael Henchard
    $1600 29
Italian foreign minister Ciano was one of those who observed, "Victory finds 100 fathers but defeat is" this
    $1600 16
Based on a book & film, its opening song is "The Candy Man"
    $1600 7
The spread of atomic weapons to different countries is called the nuclear type of this
    DD: $2,400 3
Hun Sen, who spent much of the 1970s in exile in Vietnam, became prime minister of this country in 1985 & was still in office 30 years later
    $2000 26
A family of beetles,
the Zulu language,
an action with a mouse
    $2000 15
A group of travelers use Saknussemm's Corridor to do this, the title of a Verne novel
    DD: $6,999 30
In 1776 in "The American Crisis" he wrote, "The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph"
    $2000 17
Characters in this Sondheim musical include a witch, a baker & Little Red Riding Hood
    $2000 25
This "stately" element was discovered in 1950

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kelly Jeff Andrew
$18,000 $13,400 $13,999

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INTERNATIONAL CINEMA
Getting its nickname from a capital, Dhallywood is the name for the film industry in this Asian country

Final scores:

Kelly Jeff Andrew
$1,000 $2 $1,198
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $1,198

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kelly Jeff Andrew
$18,000 $12,400 $8,600
19 R,
0 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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