Show #7953 - Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Contestants

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Karen Locascio, an enrollment specialist from Dorchester, Massachusetts

Jonathan Lindeen, a senior finance manager from Denver, Colorado

Lindsey Shultz, a physician and health care analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 4-day cash winnings total $101,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

BEFORE HE WAS VICE PRESIDENT...
SHOPPING ABBREV.
SPRING MEDLEY
LYRICALLY INACCURATE
"R.R."
BEHIND BARS
    $200 1
He was a councilman for New Castle County in Delaware
    $200 24
It's been around for more than a century:
A&F
    $200 4
A Polish tradition on the first day of spring is saying goodbye to a doll representing this season
    $200 19
"Thunder only happens when it's raining" is sung in "Dreams" by this band--that weather report is inaccurate
    $200 7
In this playground game of trying to break through lines, everybody's on the winning team at the end
    $200 14
This word can mean to guzzle booze or to stir a drink with the double-Z stick of the same name
    $400 2
He represented Massachusetts in the First Continental Congress
    $400 25
Named for a 19th century trunk maker:
LV
    $400 12
A little fun for the season; in the movie "Mean Girls" it's the rhyming name of a school dance
    $400 20
This band's "Pride" says, "Early morning, April 4, shot ring out in the Memphis sky", but Dr. King was killed at 6:01 p.m.
    $400 8
The other drivers on your morning commute may inspire this kind of anger
    $400 15
If asked for a mojito, a bartender will reach for this type of liquor
    $600 3
He was elected to the Senate in 1980 at age 33
    $600 26
A luxury department store dating to 1907:
NM
    $600 13
"Limit alcohol" is No. 1 of the CDC's health & safety tips for this student hiatus
    $600 21
Kanye West rapped that he keeps it "300 like the Romans"; well, if he did, he would've said it this way
    $600 9
It's game on in this type of space
    $600 16
The Hubertus stag & a German poem are on labels of this liqueur, crafted in cellars in Wolfenbuttel
    DD: $600 5
He taught at the University of Minnesota in the early 1940s & then served as mayor of Minneapolis
    $800 27
These "Outfitters":
AE
    $800 29
In a poem titled this spring warming period, Thoreau compares melting snow to Earth's tears
    $800 22
Journey's Steve Perry admitted he made up the geographic locale of "South Detroit" in this song
    $800 10
World on Wheels is one of these places to go skating
    $800 17
This brand of bitters was originally made in Venezuela as a medicine
    $1000 6
He served as undersecretary of H.E.W. in the Eisenhower administration & then as New York governor
    $1000 28
An institution in NYC:
BG
    $1000 30
Flowers newly in bloom include this one, "aggie" for short
    $1000 23
In this "mortal" tune from 1977, Billy Joel sang "Only" this occurs, yet Caligula expired at 28
    $1000 11
The USPS offers this evidence of delivery, a postcard with the addressee's signature
    $1000 18
This 4-letter type of bourbon or vodka means the not always high-end brand kept in the same-named area of the bar

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

Lindsey Jonathan Karen
$2,600 $1,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lindsey Jonathan Karen
$4,000 $3,400 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAMES FOR YOUR DOG
SCI-FI SUBGENRES
"M"OUNTAINS
ARTISTS ON FILM
BEFORE & AFTER
BEHIND BARS
    $400 1
If you have a small brown dog, try this 4-letter name, the seed of a legume
    $400 13
Hollow Earth is a subgenre populated with books like his "Journey to the Center of the Earth"
    $400 3
In names of Hawaiian mountains, it precedes Kea & Loa
    $400 9
Alfred Molina played him in "Frida"
    $400 21
Nickname for Britain's flag that's also a type of cheddar
    $400 26
In 1621 Francis Bacon was sent to this London lockup, but the king let him out after 4 days
    $800 2
If you want a French name for your poodle, consider this first name of composer Offenbach
    $800 14
Generally, steampunk science fiction is set in this century
    $800 4
A British Columbia mountain is named this synonym for ruler or sovereign
    $800 6
In "Midnight in Paris", Adrien Brody portrayed this 20th-century artist
    $800 22
"24K Magic" singer who is a type of robotic vehicle that explored the surface of the red planet
    $800 27
In 1961 Stokely Carmichael was on a bus tour as one of these "Riders", & later in the trip was jailed
    $1200 18
Tough-guy names for dogs include Bruiser, Buster & this last name of "Death Wish" star Charles
    $1200 15
The planet's in trouble in "New York 2140" by Kim Stanley Robinson, part of the cli-fi subgenre, short for this
    $1200 5
Peaks in New Hampshire's presidential range include 2 named for these "M"en who served consecutively
    DD: $1,400 10
2001 film with John Leguizamo as Toulouse-Lautrec
    $1200 23
Akron-born NBA great who wrote "Shooting Stars" while hosting & creating "Inside the Actors Studio"
    $1200 28
Piper Kerman's time at a correctional institution in Connecticut is the basis of this TV series
    $1600 19
Is your dog the queen of the house? Call her this, the kingdom ruled by a visitor to King Solomon in the Bible
    $1600 16
"-punk" subgenres include this one where you'll find "Snow Crash", about a computer virus & lots else
    DD: $2,000 7
Toblerone says the shape of its triangular chocolate bars wasn't really inspired by this peak
    $1600 11
Kirk Douglas played Van Gogh in this 1950s biopic
    $1600 24
Quilted item under bedsheets that's an Asian dish of rice noodles, bean sprouts & chopped peanuts
    $1600 29
He went from the White House of the Confederacy in Richmond to imprisonment at Fort Monroe near Norfolk
    $2000 20
A female cocker spaniel can have this name, just like the Disney dog voiced by Barbara Luddy
    $2000 17
An alien society's initial trip to Earth is a hallmark of this genre, also a subtitle of the 1996 "Star Trek" movie
    $2000 8
The mount named for this man is in the Sierra Nevada, near Sequoia & Yosemite National Parks
    $2000 12
Willem Dafoe played Van Gogh in this 2018 film from artist/director Julian Schnabel
    $2000 25
Late 19th century circus siblings who are the subject of Dostoyevsky's last, & some say greatest, novel
    $2000 30
"Poems from Prison" by Wole Soyinka were written when he was jailed for criticizing this African country's government

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lindsey Jonathan Karen
$11,000 $13,000 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ROYAL HOUSES
Family name of Bonnie Prince Charlie's brother Henry, whom his supporters called Henry IX of England

Final scores:

Lindsey Jonathan Karen
$5 $22,001 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,001 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lindsey Jonathan Karen
$12,400 $12,800 $8,200
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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