Show #7905 - Friday, January 11, 2019

Contestants

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Jocelyn Martich, a retired operations manager from Greensboro, North Carolina

Sarah Ann, a library and research professional from San Diego, California

Anneke Garcia, an instructional design consultant from Salt Lake City, Utah (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

SHARK TANK 10
(Alex: Celebrating its tenth anniversary. And each clue in the category will be delivered by one of the stars of that popular show.)
2 WORDS TO COMPLETE THE PROVERB
ESSENTIAL EARLS
A SIMPLE FLICK OF THE WRIST
THE STATE OF NATURE
(Alex: We'll give you a natural wonder; you identify the state for us.)
GOING "DUTCH"
    $200 9
(Hi, I'm Kevin O'Leary, AKA Mr. Wonderful.) I love deals where for each unit sold I get a certain amount of money called this, fit for a king; I earn 45 cents for each Wicked Good cupcake you buy
    $200 11
"Once bitten..."
    $200 18
In 1939 Liszt & Rachmaninoff specialist Earl Wild gave the first televised recital on this instrument
    $200 23
The scoober is thrown forward at an angle in ultimate this
    $200 1
Shark Valley, which has no sharks but plenty of gators
    $200 14
Jump right in and name this activity, seen here
    $400 10
(Hi, I'm Barbara Corcoran.) One of my favorite deals was investing $55,000 with 2 cousins from Maine who ran food trucks specializing in this shellfish; their passion & my guidance have made us all millions
    $400 6
"A chain is no stronger than its..."
    $400 19
This future chief justice was the 1948 Republican nominee for vice president
    $400 25
Joe Sakic's wrist shot helped him score 625 goals in this league
    $400 2
1.5 million-acre Mark Twain National Forest
    $400 15
First identified in the Netherlands around 1920, this malady can kill a large one of the trees in its name in 4 weeks
    $600 16
(Hi, I'm Mark Cuban.) I hate it when investors throw money at companies they don't understand but are afraid might do well; that's FOMO investing, short for this
    $600 7
"A watched pot..."
    $600 20
Frank & Brooks Robinson helped Earl Weaver guide this team to 3 straight pennants from 1969 to 1971
    $600 26
In a fall at age 11 Shaquille O'Neal broke both wrists, a factor in his famous problems with this skill in basketball
    $600 3
The cold, clear waters of 1,900-foot deep Crater Lake
    $600 24
In 1935 this man thought hey, let's kill Thomas Dewey; fearing backlash, crime bosses added bullets to his restaurant order
    $800 17
(Hi, I'm Daymond John.)I made a deal with Mikaila Ulmer when she was only 9 & now she is a teenager selling hundreds of thousands of bottles of lemonade a year with some profits going to save these insects
    $800 8
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a..."
    $800 21
Earl Derr Biggers created this Chinese detective & Yunte Huang analyzed his legacy in a 2010 book
    $800 27
Bob Feller said, "Unlike the curve, the snap of the wrist is late & the arm turns in only half as much" throwing this pitch
    $800 4
The Sawtooth Mountains, one of Hemingway's favorite playgrounds
    $800 29
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents.) This camera technique we're showing here can be used to convey instability or imbalance in a scene
    $1000 13
(Hi, I'm Lori Greiner.) It put a smile on my face to buy into America's favorite sponge, this "Daddy", with sales of more than $150 million
    $1000 12
"Familiarity..."
    $1000 22
& one different kind of earl--on his marriage in 1999, this youngest son of Elizabeth II was made the Earl of Wessex
    $1000 28
A website for this pastime in which close does count says, "The release is effected by a deft...wrist-motion"
    $1000 5
The ice falls of Starved Rock State Park, west of Joliet
    DD: $3,000 30
Founded in part to help the Dutch gain independence from Spain, this trading company's nearly 200-year run ended in 1799

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

Anneke Sarah Jocelyn
$1,800 $2,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke Sarah Jocelyn
$4,600 $6,800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

5 "B"s OF CLASSICAL MUSIC
ADJECTIVES
FICTIONAL AMUSEMENT PARKS
U.N. NAMEABLE
30 SOMETHING
WRITERS WHO WENT TO JAIL
    $400 11
This period of music that saw the first attempts at opera ended with the death of Johann Sebastian Bach
    $400 1
Describing food fit to be eaten according to Jewish law, it can also mean on the up-&-up
    $400 26
Evil genius Gru wins a very fluffy unicorn for his 3 girls at Super Silly Fun Land in this animated film
    $400 18
As an 18-year-old this future secretary-general won a contest that took him from Korea to the White House to meet JFK
    $400 6
Of the 34 states in the U.S. before the Civil War, eleven seceded to form this new entity
    $400 16
Irish author Brendan Behan was sentenced to 3 years in jail in 1940 for being a member of this outlawed group
    $800 12
The word beautiful sometimes appears in the title of this waltz, an unofficial anthem of Austria
    $800 2
From Latin for "one", it describes something that's one of a kind
    $800 27
Les Gigantes was to be a 3-star restaurant at this Crichton theme park before the attractions began eating people
    $800 19
In 1974 he told the General Assembly, "I have come bearing an olive branch & a freedom fighter's gun"
    $800 7
If you drink 32 ounces of milk, you've guzzled 1 of this unit
    $800 17
For 4 years in the 1980s, Communist authorities jailed this playwright & later Czech president
    $1200 13
Vivaldi wrote 230 violin concertos, his most for any instrument; second are his 40 or so for this "B" woodwind
    $1200 3
V is for this adjective that can mean green with vegetation
    DD: $3,000 21
This U.S. Secretary of State later called his Feb. 2003 speech to the Security Council a painful blot on his record
    $1200 8
Most people are born with 33 of these bones, but reach maturity with fewer because some of them fuse
    $1200 20
Accused of harming women & children, this French nobleman was jailed for 12 years beginning in 1777
    $1600 14
It's a type of song originally sung by gondoliers; here's a famous one by Offenbach
    $1600 4
No worries--it's just this 11-letter type of wound that affects the top layer of skin without penetrating deeper
    $1600 22
He's seen here with his shoes on his feet shaking hands with Dag Hammarskjold on arrival at the U.N. in 1959
    $1600 9
When Parliament approved the 39 Articles in 1571, this newish church had a statement of doctrine
    $1600 24
In 1846, as part of an act of protest against the U.S. war with Mexico, he spent a night in the Concord jail
    $2000 15
This Hungarian's 1923 "Dance Suite" celebrated the 50th anniversary of the merger of Buda, Pest & Obuda
    $2000 5
A doctor could tell you this 15-letter adjective means pertaining to the heart & lungs
    $2000 28
Woody Harrelson & Jesse Eisenberg battle the undead on a road trip to a California amusement park in this 2009 film
    $2000 23
Not related to a Bush Secretary of State, she was Obama's U.N. ambassador from 2009 to 2013
    $2000 10
In 1975 35 nations signed these accords designed to reduce tensions between the USSR & the West
    DD: $5,000 25
He conceived his greatest novel while in prison for debt in Seville in 1597

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke Sarah Jocelyn
$21,400 $6,000 $18,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS DOCTORS
Not an artist himself, he inspired the Surrealists but thought them "absolute cranks" until he met Dali in London in 1938

Final scores:

Anneke Sarah Jocelyn
$12,100 $1,000 $8,400
2-day champion: $37,701 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anneke Sarah Jocelyn
$21,400 $4,000 $13,600
25 R,
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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