Show #8073 - Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Contestants

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Jackie Schulte, a teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania

John Hancock, an opera singer from Tenafly, New Jersey

Ed Condon, a retired business intelligence manager from Hastings-on-Hudson, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT PREZ PRECEDED...
RAINY DAY GEAR
HER STORY
OLD SCHOOL MOVIES
IT'S CRUNCH TIME
WORK THOSE "ABS"
(Alex: "A-B-S" is going to begin every correct response.)
    $200 6
James Madison--another Founding Father
    $200 14
The rain version of this, a sort of blanket with a hole in the center, often comes with an attached hood
    $200 11
Her tale of a boy wizard was rejected by 12 publishers before Bloomsbury picked it up
    $200 1
Who else but this "SNL" alum, so near & dear to my heart, would go streaking through the quad at Harrison University in "Old School"?
    $200 16
Oh, this word! When attached to ginger, often indicates a perfectly crispy cookie
    $200 18
It's to hold back from doing something like drinking or voting
    $400 7
The surprised John Tyler
    $400 15
These puddle protectors derive their name from French for a type of wooden shoe
    $400 12
From her pen: "The dirty scallawags, the lousy trashy poor whites, boasting they would live at Tara!"
    $400 2
We sing the praises of Barden University & the Bellas from this 2012 film
    $400 23
Here's a plate of the beef type of these fried, rolled Mexican treats. Made 'em myself
    $400 19
To pardon or forgive a sin, my son
    $600 8
The surprised Chester Arthur
    $600 27
This waterproof jacket named for its inventor Charles was made of a patented India rubber cloth
    $600 13
She wrote, "Why is this book called 'Bossypants'? One, because the name 'Two and a Half Men' was already taken"
    $600 3
Asked incredulously in this film, "You got into Harvard law?", Elle Woods replies, "What, like it's hard?"
    $600 24
The navigator of this food brand sails the milky seas on his ship, the S.S. Guppy
    $600 20
According to the title of a 1960s Disney classic, Fred MacMurray was this type of professor
    DD: $3,800 9
Martin Van Buren, & you can take that to the bank
    $800 28
The Inuit in Greenland wore this weatherproof jacket with an Inuit name
    $800 17
In 1969 this young adult novelist published "The One in the Middle is the Green Kangaroo"; soon, God heard from Margaret
    $800 4
In 1998 this actor was "The Waterboy" for South Central Louisiana State until he became a tackling machine on the gridiron
    $800 25
Lay's potato chips that are "cooked" in small batches in one of these are thicker & crunchier than the regular chips
    $800 21
Bacteria are commonly the cause of one of these painful pockets of pus that may need to be drained
    $1000 10
Franklin Pierce--a man whose first name is a good bet not to repeat as a presidential one in the near future
    $1000 29
This British brand known for its plaid-lined raincoats outfitted Amundsen for his 1911 South Pole expedition
    $1000 5
This funnyman got some respect going "Back to School" at Grand Lakes U., I tell ya
    $1000 26
This crunchy salad containing apples, celery & mayo was named for the New York hotel where it was created
    $1000 22
It's a concise summary of an article or speech

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

Ed John Jackie
$6,800 $1,000 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed John Jackie
$9,800 $3,800 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

FLOWER POWER
SO LONG
TV PETS
GEOGRAPHICAL NICKNAMES
SHIP OF THE LINE
& SOMETIMES Y
(Alex: Each response will be two words. One of them contains a "Y", the other does not.)
    $400 6
Seen here with pink roses, these little white flowers symbolize innocence
    $400 17
Hallmark says sales of cards for this anniversary spiked in the early 1990s; Americans had rushed to marry before the boys went to WWII
    $400 14
The standard by which all TV pets will forever be measured is this beloved Collie owned by young Timmy Martin
    $400 1
Norway & Alaska, where there's 24 hours of light during summer, share the nickname the "Land of" this
    $400 13
"The clangor of that blacksmiths' fray" is a line by Herman Melville about this ironclad ship's battle with the Merrimack
    $400 22
A direction takes on a Y & rises as a single-celled fungal organism
    $800 7
Van Gogh captured these huge flowers in their August bloom; the yellow background makes the work almost monochromatic
    $800 18
The anniversary Hanoi celebrated in 2010, or a person born around 1990
    DD: $4,000 15
On "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", her talking black cat had this name, also a historic New England village
    $800 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents in front of a display monitor.) In 1945, a five-bomber squadron took off from Fort Lauderdale headed into this area bounded by Florida, Puerto Rico and the northernmost point for which it is named. After a compass failure, the planes disappeared and were never found.
    $800 9
"They say I got away in a boat / and humbled me at the inquiry", begins Derek Mahon's "After" this, about a haunted survivor
    $800 24
A canvas roof extension extends further with a Y to become an action done when drowsy
    $1200 8
The oil made from this purple flower is used in perfumes and cosmetics
    $1200 19
If someone says you kept him waiting for these lengths of time, remind him there have only been 4 of them in earth's 4.6 billion years
    $1200 16
A sea snail named Gary is the pet of this title burger joint employee
    $1200 3
After one of its national symbols, this U.K. country is "The Land of the Leek"
    $1200 10
"The ship went down like lead" in this Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem about a man haunted by a guilty act
    $1200 25
Ecclesiastical law approves the addition of a Y to be a steep-sided deep valley
    $1600 20
The poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" says, "All at once I saw a crowd, a host, of golden" these flowers
    $1600 23
Moose was the real name of the popular pup called Eddie on this sitcom
    $1600 4
In Germany, it's "The Town of the Pied Piper"
    $1600 11
This ship "is unsinkable / that was Hitler's cry", ran a WWII-era Royal Navy poem titled "The Sinking of" it
    $1600 26
The occupation of examining accounting records adds a Y & becomes an adjective that pertains to hearing
    $2000 21
If only "Jeopardy!" had Smell-O-Vision, then you could really enjoy the star type of this fragrant flowering shrub
    $2000 29
Fed up with economists saying things will return to balance, J.M. Keynes wrote, "In" this extended period "we are all dead"
    $2000 28
Arnold, one of these animals on "Green Acres", could change the TV channel & play the piano
    DD: $3,000 5
This country that's famous for its cheese & butter is nicknamed "the Dairy of Northern Europe"
    $2000 12
"Long time ago, from Amsterdam a vessel sailed away", begins John Boyle O'Reilly's poem about this spooky title ship
    $2000 27
A general term for a musical group adds Y to become a verb meaning to exchange words

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed John Jackie
$22,600 $18,600 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
This man who ruled from 1949 to 1976 was sometimes called "the Red Sun"

Final scores:

Ed John Jackie
$42,600 $0 $7,999
2-day champion: $73,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed John Jackie
$19,600 $15,400 $7,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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