Show #7833 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Contestants

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Susan Donnelly-Kaye, a retired pathologist from Wilmington, Delaware

Maggie Beazer, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Doug Dodson, a classical singer from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

NEW ENGLAND
BRICK BY BRICK
FROM THE DUTCH
COBRA KAI
KARATE
KIDS
(Alex: You have to name the TV show represented by the kids we will provide in the clue.)
    $200 5
"The Hub of the Universe", it's the largest city in New England
    $200 9
Using bricks can keep creepers out of your house in this video game
    $200 6
The last car on a freight train, from the Dutch for "ship's kitchen"
    $200 23
Ophiophagus hannah, which can reach 18 feet in length & lives on a diet of other snakes, goes by this royal name
    $200 18
A knife-hand strike to the neck is informally called this, like a slice of meat on the bone
    $200 7
Jan, Cindy, Greg, Bobby & don't forget Oliver
    $400 4
Some of Vermont's best farmland is located in this valley that shares its name with a large lake in the region
    $400 19
A construction method called hang-tu was used for this landmark partition that's partly made with clay bricks
    $400 10
Dutch gave us this 4-letter word for a short curl or twist & thus its 5-letter adjective for "perverse"
    $400 24
I'm happy to say most of these cobra family members, the most venomous of all snakes, can't crawl on land
    $400 15
This Olympic sport is AKA Korean karate
    $400 8
Lily, Manny, Alex, Haley, Luke
    $600 3
The Hall of Heroes in New London, Connecticut honors heroic alumni of this service academy
    $600 20
This Lionel Richie group sang, "She's a brick house, yeah, she's the one, the only one, built like an Amazon"
    $600 12
A frozen fright for ships, this object is almost the same word in Dutch by with a "js" in it
    DD: $5,200 25
Dendroaspis, these deadly African members of the cobra family, come in green & black
    $600 28
Karate black belts are awarded degrees of this 3-letter rank, also a man's first name
    $600 11
Lucas, Dustin, Will, Eleven
    $800 2
Built in 1763 & still active, Touro Synagogue in this Rhode Island resort city is America's oldest Jewish house of worship
    $800 21
This state says it has the first brick-paved street in America--on Summers Street near the Kanawha River in Charleston
    $800 13
This word for an artificial bird used as a lure by a hunter is from the Dutch for "cage"
    $800 26
A reddish-brown Australian cobra family member is called this, like the American snake AKA the highland moccasin
    $800 29
This island conquered by Japan in the 19th century is often said to be karate's birthplace
    $800 16
Mika, Lizzie, Sophia, Carl
    $1000 1
This state's House of Representatives includes seats for 3 nonvoting members, including 1 representing the Penobscot nation
    $1000 22
He wrote, "It was not long before they reached the road of yellow brick and turned again toward the Emerald City"
    $1000 14
It can mean a stupid person, an opiate drug or information, as in "the straight..."
    $1000 27
A mark that looks like old-timey glasses on its hood gives the Indian cobra this other name
    $1000 17
Arnold, Sam, Kimberly, Willis

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

Doug Maggie Susan
$3,200 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Maggie Susan
$11,000 $400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS LINGO
THE COLD WAR
ENTERTAINMENT RITUALS
DENTISTRY
AUTHORS' FICTIONAL PLACES
ENDS IN "O"
    $400 22
2-4-6-8! What does this? Any asset that loses value over time
    $400 2
This U.S. president declared his "doctrine" in 1947 promising to help any country facing a Communist takeover
    $400 12
Each summer the Discovery Channel devotes a week to these: in 2017 even Michael Phelps showed up
    $400 17
When the dentist uses this 10-letter term, your tooth is coming out
    $400 27
Who-ville
    $400 7
What a lovely way to spend an afternoon--relaxing in one of these
    $800 23
A formal document about a stock offering, like the one Valvoline filed with the SEC Sept. 12, 2016
    $800 3
In 1991 the USSR was dissolved & the flag nicknamed this for its 2 symbols was lowered for the last time
    $800 13
After the 2013 Boston bombing, the Yankees paid tribute by playing this Neil Diamond classic
    $800 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a model of teeth on the monitor.) When dentists refer to the cheek side of your molar, they call it "buccal", from the Latin for "cheek"; this adjective describes the tongue side & comes from the Latin for "tongue"
    $800 1
Westeros & Valyria
    $800 8
Even before Salk & Sabin, Dr. Hilary Koprowski developed the first live-virus vaccine for this
    $1200 24
This Omaha-based super investor calls the space between you & the competition a moat
    $1200 4
The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 was resolved when this Russian leader blinked in his face-off with the USA
    DD: $2,000 14
Penned in 1880, this July 4th symphony staple touts a Russian victory, not an American one
    $1200 19
A Maryland this doens't take you over the Patuxent River; it's a false tooth held in place with metal wings
    DD: $2,000 28
In the South, Maycomb & Finch's Landing
    $1200 9
In 2004 Louisiana named this dish the official state cuisine
    $1600 25
When 2 different products are sold as a package deal, ti's called this "B" term; software is a good example
    $1600 5
Rhyming name for competition over the heavens; the women of "Hidden Figures" helped win it, per the book's subtitle
    $1600 15
Those who frequent this cult film on weekends know to bring rice to throw for Brad & Janet's wedding
    $1600 20
The tooth is this, not fully coming out of the gums because of a blockage
    $1600 29
Never-Never Land
    $1600 10
One of the languages you can learn at duolingo.com is this universal one created in 1887
    $2000 26
A major change in how your business operates is called this type of "shift", from the Greek for "pattern"
    $2000 6
In 1956 Soviet tanks rolled into this European capital city, suppressing a short democratic revolt
    $2000 16
After the last plane leaves the South Pole each summer, winter-over crews view this 1951 film & the 1982 remake
    $2000 21
These are generally wood for furniture & porcelain for teeth; don't let anyone mix that up
    $2000 30
Gopher Prairie, Minnesota
    $2000 11
It's a Japanese martial art & form of fencing using bamboo swords

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Maggie Susan
$25,800 $1,200 $6,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CITIES IN HISTORY
The Cathedral of St. Pierre was the center of the Calvinist Reformation in this lakeside city

Final scores:

Doug Maggie Susan
$30,800 $534 $4,200
3-day champion: $52,799 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Maggie Susan
$20,400 $400 $6,200
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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