Show #7906 - Monday, January 14, 2019

Contestants

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Suzy Langevin, a social worker from Framingham, Massachusetts

Charlie Jensen, a program director from Los Angeles, California

Anneke Garcia, an instructional design consultant from Salt Lake City, Utah (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

EXOTIC WILDLIFE
OLYMPIANS
CONNECTIQUETTE
"T...Y" VERY MUCH
WINDMILLS
FOUND IN TRANSLATION
    $200 13
One happy girl on a Costa Rica expedition remarked that this animal "was a lot faster than I thought"
    $200 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew poses in front of a map.) The origins of the signature move locals call "To Di World" by this gold-medal sprinter can be traced to his love of a Jamaican dance move popular in 2008
    $200 11
Senators aren't supposed to talk about the same subject more than twice when the Conn. state senate meets, in this city
    $200 6
The ability to communicate mind to mind without using words
    $200 26
Great Plains windmills were mainly used not for grinding meal but for pumping this life necessity up from the ground
    $200 1
"Cien Años de Soledad" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    $400 14
Seals, beware of orcas working together in this 3-letter group--the orcas' strategies can be most effective
    $400 22
Isabell Werth has won 6 Olympic gold medals in dressage, even though this, at times, was using illegal substances
    DD: $1,000 12
As a new student at Yale med school, you'll have this garment placed on you by a senior faculty member
    $400 7
A declaration by a witness under oath
    $400 27
The blades of a windmill are known by this nautical term, something else that catches the wind
    $400 2
Jean-Paul Sartre's "L'Être et le Néant"
    $600 15
Komodo dragons' tongues touch air, then touch chemoreceptors in the mouth as part of this smelling system
    $600 23
Before being a foil in Italian politics, Valentina Vezzali used her foil to win several medals in this 7-letter event
    $600 16
In the clubhouse of GCC, short for Greenwich this, shorts must be Bermuda length
    $600 8
The curving path of an object like a missile through the air
    $600 28
Windmills are strongly identified with this country, whose artists have made them a favorite subject, as seen here
    $600 3
Ovid's "Ars Amatoria"
    $800 17
Polar bear cubs stay with Mom for two and a half years, ultimately going through this process of moving off her milk
    $800 24
Andras Balczo medaled 5 times in the "modern" this; seems like he should get 25 of something...
    $800 18
New graduates from this New London academy give a silver dollar to the first person to salute them
    $800 9
Arboreal trimming for decorative effect
    $800 29
Paris' Montmartre area once had 30 windmills; today the best-known one is the moulin outside this nightspot
    $800 4
Dostoyevsky's "Prestupleniye i Nakazaniye"
    $1000 20
The calf of the Svalbard subspecies of this animal can be quite playful
    $1000 25
Apolo Ohno has the most medals of male U.S. Winter Olympians, with 8; this speed skater leads the female ones, with 6
    $1000 19
At the Maritime Aquarium, focused on the life of this geographic sound, don't toss cafeteria pretzels to the fish
    $1000 10
Measure of the degree to which a substance is poisonous
    $1000 30
England's "Windmill Land" is an area called Fylde on the west coast, with breezes courtesy of this sea
    $1000 5
Franz Lehar's operetta "Die Lustige Witwe"

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

Anneke Charlie Suzy
$1,600 $2,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke Charlie Suzy
$5,800 $4,600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EURO COINS
TERMS OF ENDUREMENT
THE STORY OF MY LIFE
IN THE CLOUD
DRESSED ALIKE
THEY GOT THE MEMO
    $400 5
Italy's 10-cent coin has a detail from Botticelli's "The Birth of" her
    $400 6
In the singular, this word means "indomitable spirit"; in plural form, it's a boiled hominy dish
    $400 11
Joely Fisher dedicated "Growing Up Fisher" in part to her mom Connie Stevens & to this late beloved half-sister
    $400 22
Clouds contain both positively & negatively charged regions; that's why we see this during thunderstorms
    $400 1
Laverne Cox, from this prison-set series, & Gabrielle Union presented an award at the 2015 BET Awards--in the same gown!
    $400 17
This U.S. president helped broker the 1998 Wye River memorandum between Israeli & Palestinian leaders
    $800 23
This Berlin landmark, a symbol of German unification, is on Germany's 10-, 20- & 50-cent coins
    DD: $2,000 7
Intestinal or not, this cardinal virtue comes from Latin for "strength"
    $800 12
1965's "The Autobiography of" him says the hustler is the most dangerous black man in America
    $800 27
You can store family photos of this Catholic sacrament named for strengthening the commitment made at baptism
    $800 2
Kate Middleton wore blue & green tartan back in 2012; so did she, for an official visit to Scotland in 2018
    $800 18
A vital 1940 memo explained it took only a few pounds of this stuff, not tons, to reach critical mass, & the atomic race was on
    $1200 24
This 3-word French motto is on France's 1- & 2-euro coins
    $1200 8
When this 5-letter suffix follows a word like "walk" or "read", participants will be walking or reading for quite a while
    $1200 13
"I am Malala" is the story of the Nobel Prize winner "who stood up for education & was shot by" this group
    $1200 28
Launched in 2008, this "Ever"-useful app that stores memos, recipes, warranties etc. joined the Google Cloud in 2017
    $1200 3
Did she raid daughter Kim Kardashian's closet? Both wore the same red lace Valentino dress (on different days)
    $1200 19
In a January 1940 memo, this French colonel argued France needed tanks, not the Maginot Line; he was right
    $1600 25
Cloudberries & cloudberry flowers represent this "land" o Finnish 2-euro coins
    $1600 9
A product that lasts past its introductory period is said to "have" these body parts
    DD: $3,000 14
This bandmaster composed the 1928 autobiography "Marching Along"
    $1600 29
The cloud can house memories of treasured pets like the breed called the miniature this
    $1600 4
Back in 2013 Victoria Beckham & this "fashionable" One Direction member wore the same Burberry button-down shirt
    $1600 20
Leaked in 2005, the Downing Street memo suggested that the U.S. had manipulated intelligence to justify this
    $2000 26
Vatican City has issued euro coins featuring these 2 popes, one Polish & one German
    $2000 10
It's a plural for male flower parts, or a word for the ability to withstand fatigue
    $2000 15
Before his death in 1909, this legendary Apache leader narrated "His Own Story" through an interpreter
    $2000 16
Aubrey Plaza & this portrayer of the Scarlet Witch purposely were style twins for a 2017 red carpet event
    $2000 21
Germany's "Blank Check" memo of July 1914 promised support for any action this country took against Serbia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke Charlie Suzy
$16,800 $9,000 $13,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMILIAR PHRASES
Originally a folk term for a chronic rash, this phrase got a new meaning as a title for a 1952 stage comedy & later a movie

Final scores:

Anneke Charlie Suzy
$26,801 $17,900 $26,400
3-day champion: $64,502 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Anneke Charlie Suzy
$19,800 $8,400 $12,200
24 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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