Show #6206 - Monday, September 19, 2011

Justin Sausville game 3.
First game of Season 28.
New title graphics.
First show closed captioning sponsor message aired at end of second break rather than before Final Jeopardy!
Alex limps onstage wearing a boot for his Achilles' tendon injury, and conducts contestant interviews from behind his own host's lectern.

Contestants

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Jane Stimpson, a reference librarian from League City, Texas

Glenn Edwards, an attorney from New York, New York

Justin Sausville, a urologist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $58,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHO'S BIBLICALLY SPEAKING?
NOBEL PRIZE CATEGORIES BY WINNER
AMERICANS IN PARIS
(Alex: In honor of our 28th season...)
28 IS GREAT
FROM "B" TO "Y"
FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS
    $200 1
"I indeed baptize you with water; but one mightier than I cometh"
    $200 21
Yitzhak Rabin,
1994
    $200 2
Setting sail for the Paris Peace Conference in December 1918, he became the first sitting president to cross the Atlantic
    $200 13
In September 1984 "Jeopardy!" began its run & P.W. Botha began a more modest 6 years as pres. of this country
    $200 7
Chapter 7 of this federal code provides for liquidation
    $200 26
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill spearheaded the 2010 concert called this Tennessee city "Rising", a benefit for flood victims
    $400 3
"Ye shall not surely die... ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil"
    $400 22
Sir Alexander Fleming,
1945
    $400 12
In 1855, when he was 21, he moved to Paris to study art; that painting of his mother would come later
    $400 14
This literary character spent 28 years marooned on a desert island
    $400 8
In a theater, the mezzanine is the lowest one
    $400 27
Annie Lennox joined David Bowie & the surviving members of Queen on "Under Pressure" at a 1992 AIDS benefit & tribute to this man
    $600 4
"Art thou the king of the Jews?"
    $600 23
Milton Friedman,
1976
    $600 16
Familiar with France from experimenting there, in 1779 he became our first ambassador to France
    $600 15
The Z28 Camaro is a classic muscle car from this automaker
    $600 9
All hail the grain of this plant, used in making beer
    $600 28
The Rolling Stones brought their pals to this Canadian city for a 2003 benefit to help it recover from a SARS outbreak
    $800 5
"Ye shall return unto the land of your possession, and enjoy it, which Moses... gave you on this side Jordan"
    $800 24
Richard Feynman,
1965
    $800 17
He was studying at the Sorbonne in Paris when he published "The Naked and the Dead"
    $800 19
Seen here is one of the 28 hurdles that are part of this track event
    $800 10
The temperature is so mild & pleasant, it's downright this 5-letter adjective
    DD: $1,000 29
"My friend... told me that he wanted help before" this country "died", George Harrison sang in 1971; he had a benefit for it
    $1000 6
"Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women"
    $1000 25
Dario Fo,
1997
    $1000 18
Sadly, this dancer's 2 children drowned in the Seine years before that scarf cut her own life short
    $1000 20
This great king succeeded his brother Ethelred in 871 & reigned in Wessex for 28 years
    $1000 11
A tongue twister mentions rubber bumpers on this 2-word conveyance (both words fit the category)
    $1000 30
Many rockin' friends have joined this guy with a heart of gold at his annual Bridge School Benefit

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

Justin Glenn Jane
$2,200 $4,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Glenn Jane
$5,600 $5,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE COUNTRY HE RULED
WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
IT'S A DOGFIGHT
FILM ALIAS
(Alex: In honor of National Hispanic-American Month...)
HISPANIC-AMERICAN FIRSTS
FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS
    $400 1
Macbeth:
1040 to 1057
    $400 16
The origin of "smart as" this referred to the pain caused by its lash
    $400 6
When a pilot dives & rolls & then pulls out in the opposite direction, the maneuver is called the split-this letter
    $400 22
Revealed in "Goldmember", the real name of this twin is Dougie Powers
    $400 21
He's the first labor leader & the first Hispanic American to be honored with a public legal holiday
    $400 11
Steve is a big fan of this federal insurance program that began covering those over 65 back in '65
    $800 2
Haile Selassie:
1930 to 1974
    $800 17
This phrase meaning "to admit defeat" comes from boxing, where a trainer does it to stop the fight
    $800 7
In 1950 a U.S. F-80 shot down a Soviet-made MiG-15 in the first dogfight between 2 aircraft propelled by this engine
    $800 23
Under this 1997 title alias, FBI agent Johnny Depp infiltrates the mob
    $800 24
In 1982 Richard Cavazos became the first Hispanic American with this many stars as a full general in the army
    $800 12
Eric could use a new health plan; he's got a $50,000 this, the amount he pays out of pocket before insurance kicks in
    $1200 3
John III Sobieski:
1674 to 1696
    $1200 18
A Thomas Gray poem says, "Where" this "is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise"
    $1200 8
In an early dogfight, British ace Lanoe Hawker was outdueled & killed by this notorious German
    $1200 28
Prior to volunteering for experimental research, he was Steve Rogers; now we know him as this
    $1200 25
In 1973 this late Pittsburgh Pirate became the first Hispanic American inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
    $1200 13
Jennifer loves this as a type of trim on her clothes & as a type of benefit, like her free company gym
    $1600 4
Umberto I:
1878 to 1900
    $1600 19
This 2-word term for first prize comes from what serves as the badge of Britain's Order of the Garter
    $1600 9
WWI ace Oswald Boelcke advised attacking pilots to keep this behind them so as to interfere with an enemy's vision
    $1600 29
Matt Damon as this title character murders Dickie Greenleaf & assumes his identity
    $1600 26
This onetime husband of Rosemary Clooney was the first Hispanic American to win the Oscar for Best Actor
    DD: $4,000 14
Matt's employer lets him choose among various benefits; it's this type of plan, like his favorite eating spot
    $2000 5
Canute IV (& later "the Holy"):
1080 to 1086
    DD: $3,600 20
This type of victory in which the losses are ruinous is named for a cousin of Alexander the Great
    $2000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a monitor.) The blue pilot sees the red plane at a position called 12 o'clock; after a tight overhead loop to attack, the red plane is now directly behind in the position called this time of day
    $2000 30
In "The Usual Suspects", Verbal Kint might have been this killer
    $2000 27
In the 1990s he was the first Hispanic Secretary of Transportation & Secretary of Energy
    $2000 15
Shh, don't tell! Suzanne used her medical FSA, short for this, to pay for botox treatments

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Glenn Jane
$9,200 $14,000 $13,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN WRITERS
In the 1840s he wrote, "I ask for, not at once no government, but at once a better government"

Final scores:

Justin Glenn Jane
$18,399 $799 $3,200
3-day champion: $76,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Glenn Jane
$13,200 $13,800 $12,000
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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