Show #7852 - Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Contestants

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Emily Frey, a professor from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

Allen Adams, a writer/editor from Bangor, Maine

Tori Campbell, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

PICTURE THE PLAY
NATIONAL MEMORIALS
ETYMOLOGY
'60s MUSIC POTPOURRI
A BIT OLD FASHION
EPONYMOUSE
    $200 11
This play is part of Tennessee Williams' collection
    $200 1
"Seek" led to this phrase as a command for a dog to attack
    $200 29
This late '60s music & art fair in Bethel, New York lent its name to a Charles Schulz character
    $200 16
For that Oliver Hardy or Edward G. Robinson look, wear a wide one of these ending a mile north of the belt
    $200 5
The name of this Disney character can mean rundown or rinky-dink, as in "What kind of a ____ ____ outfit are you running?"
    $400 12
William Inge wants you to get on here
    $400 24
Its black granite walls list the names of more than 58,000 killed or missing in action
    $400 2
Pavilion comes from the Latin for this beautiful insect
    $400 28
Diabetics beware: the top-selling pop single of 1969 was this double-talk song from the Archies
    $400 17
Samuel Pepys' diary Nov. 2, 1663: a duke decides to start wearing this.
Nov. 3: Sam gets his own hair cut so he can too
    $400 6
When hunting a wily suspect, detectives often play this type of game that mentions 2 creatures
    $600 13
You can "Chekhov" this 1904 play
    $600 21
Chamizal National Memorial, honoring a treaty that ended a U.S.-Mexican border dispute, is in this Texas border city
    $600 3
An old word for a bed's mosquito net gives us this term for a "roof" over a 4-post bed
    $600 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from Rickenbacker Guitars in Santa Ana, California.) The Beatles were so identified with Rickenbacker guitars that many fans thought the company was British; in the '60s, the Southern California factory received dozens of letters address to this city in the north of England
    $600 20
In a 1701 portrait Louis XIV's shoes have red these alliterative items, but the "Great Male Renunciation" ended such foppery
    $600 7
Robert Burns' "best laid schemes" of this pair led to a Steinbeck title
    $800 14
Neil Simon wants us to feel the grass with this comedy
    $800 22
Federal Hall in this city commemorates the first seat of the U.S. Congress
    $800 4
The "pied" in "pied piper" meant he dressed in multicolored clothing, like this bird, "pie" for short
    $800 26
"We can't go on together" into the '70s, Elvis--your last No. 1 hit was this 1969 song
    $800 19
From around 1825 short pants called breeches were no longer worn by fashionable British men, only by these, such as footmen
    $800 8
Half of Gnarls Barkley, artist-producer Brian Burton goes by this name of a cartoon secret agent
    $1000 15
David Mamet gives his 5 cents in this play
    $1000 23
The Lincoln Boyhood Memorial is in this state that borders both Abe's birth state & the state where he lived longest
    DD: $1,000 10
This British term for a police officer comes from an old word for the person in charge of horsey homes
    $1000 25
Mind-expanding drugs influenced the name of this style of rock performed by the Grateful Dead & Jefferson Airplane
    $1000 18
Shockingly casual in the 1780s, the gaulle was a simple, loose dress belted with this 4-letter item
    $1000 9
"Knowing how to do" in French, this omnipresent cheese-stealing cartoon mouse was a thorn in Klondike Kat's side

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

Tori Allen Emily
$800 $5,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tori Allen Emily
$5,400 $7,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NO OSCAR FOR YOU!
ART FOR ART'S SAKE
AFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
THE 3 F CLUB
(Alex: Each correct response will have three "F"s.)
THE CARDINAL RULES
JOURNALISM
    $400 16
This portrayer of Indiana Jones has received a sole nomination & loss, for "Witness"
    $400 5
Rembrandt's "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp" shows a procedure taking place in this world capital
    $400 6
This large north African capital city is known in Arabic as al-Qahirah, "the victorious"
    $400 11
Something white & downy, or a trivia piece of entertainment
    $400 29
Since 2011 Cardinal Giuseppe Bertello has been president of this city-state
    $400 30
A sextet of N.Y. Times reporters won Polk Awards for coverage of this epidemic in west Africa in 2014
    $800 15
This Vietnam War movie garnered Tom Cruise the first of his 3 nominations
    $800 3
A high school's painting from his "Willie Gillis" WWII series became a $1.9 million windfall for students in 2014
    $800 7
Once a site for communicating with ships, Signal Hill overlooks this South African "mother city"
    $800 20
John Kelly took on this White House job in July 2017
    $800 28
From 1515 to 1529 Cardinal Thomas Wolsey ruled as this English king's lord chancellor
    $800 27
Endowed by a grant from Joseph Pulitzer, this university offered the USA's first graduate program for journalism
    $1200 12
Glenn Close has been nominated 6 times w/o winning, including as one of a group of reuniting college pals in this film
    $1200 1
This giant of Flemish art was a mentor to Anthony Van Dyck, who did a 1621 portrait of the older master's wife
    $1200 8
Come with me to the Kasbah & to the Tibhirine monastery--places to visit in this country
    $1200 19
German Air Force created in 1935
    $1200 21
Last name of Cardinal Joseph, who got promoted to pope in 2005
    $1200 24
Legend says that during Vietnam, LBJ declared, "If I've lost" this trusted journalist, "I've lost middle America"
    DD: $3,500 13
Nominated 3 times but with no wins, this reclusive Swede didn't show up in 1955 to collect her honorary Oscar
    DD: $2,000 2
Max Klinger (a German Symbolist, not a "M*A*S*H" character) is among painters of this 5-letter theme of a grieving Mary
    $1600 9
The splendors of Victoria Falls are found on the border of these 2 "Z" countries of Africa
    $1600 17
Plural term for combat with your balled-up hands
    $1600 22
This cardinal AKA "The Red Eminence" dominated French politics in the 1630s
    $1600 25
In 2017 the attorney general condemned the "staggering number of" these, which reporters turn into scoops
    $2000 14
His 7 nominations included ones for "Equus" & "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
    $2000 4
One of Goya's most famous pieces features this Roman mythological figure eating his son
    $2000 10
The country of Sao Tome & Principe uses this European tongue as its official language
    $2000 18
Marinated rabbit stew
    $2000 23
In 1507 Francisco Jimenez de Cisneros became both a cardinal & "grand" this, strictly enforcing church rules
    $2000 26
Investigative journalist Ida Tarbell exposed this oil company in her 1904 "History" of it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tori Allen Emily
$14,200 $17,700 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TODAY'S INNOVATORS
The Ballbarrow was an early invention by this British man who's had greater success with sophisticated household devices

Final scores:

Tori Allen Emily
$8,200 $6,923 $17,701
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,701

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tori Allen Emily
$14,200 $15,800 $9,600
19 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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