Show #7845 - Friday, October 19, 2018

Alan Dunn game 6.

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Herschel Purvis, a laboratory technician from Los Angeles, California

Erik Agard, a puzzlemaker from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Alan Dunn, a software development manager from Johns Creek, Georgia (whose 5-day cash winnings total $120,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

HANGING WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE
TIMELY PHRASES
WHERE THERE'S SMOKE
THE 1980s
STATE LINES
C'EST LA TV
    $200 16
Fidel Castro gets an earful from this writer & fellow Cuba resident
    $200 1
Numerical way of saying all day long, all week long
    $200 14
Smoke jumpers are a specialized group of these emergency workers who parachute into action
    $200 8
Introduced by Nintendo in 1989, this handheld device was for playing cartridge-loaded amusements
    $200 6
In 2017 he brought "All-Star" chefs back for a second chance to run one of his Vegas restaurants
    $400 17
I really doubt a fight could break out between these two men
    $400 2
Tell co-workers you don't hit your stride until noon with a classic Sandra Boynton cat mug that says, "Not a" this
    $400 22
In the making of Talisker Scotch whisky, the malt is flavored by the smoke of this stuff from bogs
    $400 9
The "dynasty" of these accessories (in fashion, not football) began in the '30s but peaked in the '80s
    $400 29
Arnold Schwarzenegger:
"I am selling ____ worldwide"
    $400 7
Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Brannon Braga co-wrote "A Fistful of Datas" in 1992, bringing the old West to this show's Holodeck
    $600 23
Picasso shows love for his fellow Pablo, this poet
    $600 3
Another way to say a very long time is "a month of" these days
    $600 15
On record & on film, this jocular pair went "Up in Smoke" celebrating the stoner lifestyle
    $600 13
Walter Mondale used this 3-word Wendy's slogan in 1984 to challenge a rival for the presidential nomination
    $600 26
Sarah Palin: "It is from ____ that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this very powerful nation, Russia"
    $600 10
Somehow, the afterlife wouldn't be complete without Blake Bortles on this NBC sitcom
    $800 24
This president, on the right, & fellow Ohioan Harvey Firestone wait while Edison naps away
    $800 4
If you're up late working on a project, you're engaging in this combustion that includes a time
    $800 18
Smoke is paired with these to make a phrase used when reality is being deliberately obscured
    $800 20
This "How'm I doin'?" NYC mayor also said, "I can explain this to you; I cannot comprehend it for you"
    DD: $2,000 27
An 1803 speech:
"____ is the keystone of the democratic arch"
    $800 11
Here's a not-so-small claim--she sold her 5,000-plus court show archive back to CBS for $95 mil, give or take
    $1000 25
These two men, an actor-director & a writer, have a nice chat, perhaps about their last names being homophones
    $1000 5
JFK loved the Broadway lyric "once there was a spot, for one" these 3 words "that was Camelot"
    $1000 19
By the 17th century keepers of these had developed a screen veil & had learned the value of smoke in controlling them
    $1000 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Plokstine Cold War Museum in Lithuania.) The silos at Lithuania's Plokstine missile base that once housed Soviet SS-4 rockets are empty; the missiles were destroyed under terms of this treaty, signed in 1987 by Gorbachev & Reagan & known by three letters for short
    $1000 28
An official state song:
"On, ____!"
    $1000 12
Rashida Jones is the title cop on this TBS comedy; other characters include Jay Geils & Dr. Scholls

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

Alan Erik Herschel
$1,200 $3,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Erik Herschel
$4,600 $4,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY
WHOSE MEGA-ALBUM?
PAYING THE PIPER
ENDS IN "U"
A SERIOUS INJURY
(Alex: Which part of the body has been affected by the listed injury we will give you?)
LET'S GET TO URCHIN CARE
    $400 7
Heman Sweatt integrated the University of Texas Law after the Supreme Court ruled the Negro Law School was separate but not this
    $400 14
Fans have bought a whole lot more than 21 copies of her "21"
    $400 20
If you liked his tune in Saskatoon, pay him with one of these "crazy" dollar coins
    $400 1
Varaha the boar is the third of this Hindu god's many avatars
    $400 15
Hepatic laceration
    $400 8
The fortunes of this unfortunate Dickens orphan turn when he is adopted by Mr. Brownlow
    $800 5
Ron Brown in 1989 for the Democrats & Michael Steele in 209 for the G.O.P. were the first black holders of this post
    $800 30
They shot the lights out with "Appetite for Destruction"
    $800 23
If you thought he did rock whilst sipping coffee in Iraq, slip him a note of 1,000 of these
    $800 2
If you see this puffer fish on a Japanese menu, you should make sure the chef is licensed--your life is at stake
    $800 16
Myocardial infarction
    $800 12
In "A Game of Thrones", Yoren saves this Stark daughter by disguising her as an urchin
    DD: $2,000 4
Despite the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, she made many trips back to Maryland to aid liberations
    $1200 29
Well, they're "just another band out of" a New England city whose debut album has sold 17 million copies
    $1200 24
If his Haifa chorale boosted morale, say thanks with this currency of modern & ancient Israel
    $1200 10
It's the literal baggage a bride brings to a marriage
    $1200 17
Subconjunctival hemorrhage
    DD: $6,000 13
Tom Canty receives a lot of care in this Twain novel when he swaps places with Prince Edward
    $1600 3
In 1968 at this school, SFSU for short, Nathan Hare created the USA's first black studies program
    $1600 28
1999's "Supernatural" was a mega-comeback for this guitar legend
    $1600 25
If you liked his ditty while in Quezon City, pay the piper 50 of these, with Sergio Osmeña on the bill
    $1600 9
The bulk of the action in "Black Hawk Down" takes place in this African city
    $1600 18
Edema in the right parietal lobe
    $1600 21
A Tibetan monk helps an Irish orphan on the streets of India in this Rudyard Kipling novel
    $2000 6
In a series, artist Jacob Lawrence depicted this "Great" movement of rural Southern blacks to the North in the 20th century
    $2000 27
She's sold 12 million pieces of her 1995 "Pieces of You"
    $2000 26
If his song touched your soul in Seoul, tip him about a dollar--1,000 of these units
    $2000 11
In "Dracula" Van Helsing says, "You would in time...have become" this creature "as they call it in eastern Europe"
    $2000 19
Lisfranc fracture
    $2000 22
Sherlock Holmes invests in the local urchins known by this 3-word name, having them do leg work for him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Erik Herschel
$12,600 $14,600 $9,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
A low center of gravity is a key to success in this sport with moves including gaburi-yori & uwate-dashinage

Final scores:

Alan Erik Herschel
$25,200 $25,201 $9,950
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,201 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alan Erik Herschel
$12,600 $11,800 $8,800
17 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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