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    $800 27
Duke has been Gov. of American Samoa, GM of the Redskins & a lobbyist for the NRA in this comic strip
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Show #6287 - Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Dan McShane game 3.

Contestants

Jennifer Osorio, a librarian from Huntington Beach, California

Bryan Barnett, a military charter flight attendant from Potomac Falls, Virginia

Dan McShane, a baseball game logger from West Islip, New York (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $24,400)

Jeopardy! Round

SLIM VOLUMES
STATE OF THE UNION
GOING TOO "FUR"
IT MIGHT SURPRISE YOU
JONATHAN SWIFTIES
COMIC STRIPS
    $200 16
This doctor's "Diet Revolution" promised weight loss with a high-protein/low-carb diet (pass the steak!)
    $200 6
This Union state's 6th regiment was nicknamed the Minutemen; its 20th was the Harvard Regiment
    $200 1
These electronic toys were a must-have item during the Christmas season of 1998
    $200 12
The actual quote from this star of gangster films was "You dirty yellow-bellied rat!"
    $200 11
"He was a bold man that first ate" this bivalve mollusk
    $200 13
Aaugh! This comic strip character was torn between a summer camp flame named Peggy Jean & the little red-haired girl
    $400 17
Recent diet books: "The Paleo Diet" & "Neanderthin: Eat Like" one of these "to achieve a lean, strong, healthy body"
    $400 7
The westernmost states to stay loyal to the Union were California & this one that had just been admitted in 1859
    $400 2
Rolled up, like a flag or a boat's sails
    $400 19
Despite the opportunity, this November 1965 event in NYC did not result in a mini baby boom 9 months later
    $400 23
"Every man desires to live long, but no man would be" this
    $400 14
Ack! In 2010 Ms. Guisewite said her "creative biological clock" was ticking & ended this strip after 34 years
    $600 18
You may want to enter this, a diet book & program by Barry Sears, who clarified with "Mastering" it
    $600 8
Turnabout is fair play--it seceded from a Confederate state & joined the Union in June 1863
    $600 3
To provide & install housewares to a dwelling
    $600 20
Contrary to popular belief, this critter does not commit mass suicide in times of overpopulation
    $600 24
"Proper words in proper places make the true definition of" this--it's elementary, according to Strunk & White
    $600 15
This Scott Adams title guy with a gravity-defying tie accidentally invented a death ray that interested North Korea
    $800 29
This chef followed up his "Now Eat This!" cookbook with "Now Eat This! Diet"
    $800 9
A senator from this state said, "having been the first... to enter the Union", it would be "the last to abandon it"
    $800 4
A smelter, for example
    $800 21
This exhaustive reference work first published in 1768 is not British; it has been American-owned for over 100 years
    $800 25
These, made by Parliament, "are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through"
    $800 27
Duke has been Gov. of American Samoa, GM of the Redskins & a lobbyist for the NRA in this comic strip
    $1000 10
It stayed in the Union, but the Confederacy also admitted it in 1861; it was in a "compromising" position, after all
    $1000 5
Popular composition from around 1810 heard here
    DD: $1,200 22
It's not one large bone below the waist, it's five bones: the coccyx, the ilium, the ischium, the pubis & the sacrum
    $1000 26
"A flea / Hath smaller fleas that on him prey; / And these have smaller still to bite 'em; / And so proceed" this endless way
    $1000 28
On December 8, 1980 Berkeley Breathed began his magnum opus with the debut of this strip

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

Dan Bryan Jennifer
$3,000 $2,200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Bryan Jennifer
$7,200 $2,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURE
SOUNDS LIKE A CAPITAL CITY
MOTORCYCLE MAKERS
MISSING LINKS
PLATE TECTONICS
COMICS STRIP
    $400 16
The caldarium, the tepidarium & the frigidarium were chambers in these, where olden Romans refreshed themselves
    $400 6
To cause to undergo combustion
    $400 21
Time to get high on this hyphenated maker's hog, specifically the Fat Bob, which gets a fat 53 mpg on the highway
    $400 7
Guilt by
____
football
    $400 23
Formed by plate tectonics, these mid-ocean uplifts are actually underwater mountain chains
    $400 1
This Monty Python stalwart went the full monty in "A Fish Called Wanda"
    $800 17
Virginia's Shirley Plantation has a "hanging" one of these that climbs 3 stories without any visible means of support
    $800 8
A light yellow-brown; perfect color for an envelope, I say
    $800 22
Baseball's Ichiro must be aware that this maker's B-King is the "rowdy alter ego" to its Hayabusa
    $800 9
A good
____
havoc
    $800 25
In 2006 scientists argued that the westward trend of continents was due partly to these shifts in sea levels caused by the Moon
    $800 2
In "Get Him to the Greek", this Brit took a trip in the buff in a toy car
    DD: $4,000 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands on the steps of the New York Stock Exchange.) The six Corinthian columns of the New York Stock Exchange facade are among the reasons the building is considered a masterpiece of this architectural style that drew inspiration from Greek & Roman models
    $1200 13
You'll find one on any shoe
    $1200 24
"Let the good times roll" with this company's supersport cycle, the Ninja ZX-14
    $1200 10
Mobile
____
economics
    $1200 3
Borat, played by this British comic, had a naked tussle with his portly Kazakh TV producer
    $1600 19
This type of window that opens by means of a crank rhymes with a lower story of a building
    $1600 14
Almost half of North Americans have this kind of blood
    $1600 11
Curry
____
keg
    $1600 4
Jason Segel's real-life split was the basis of his naked break-up with this 2008 title movie gal
    $2000 20
After WWI he became director of the Grand Ducal art school in Weimar; in 1925 he moved the school to Dessau
    $2000 15
Is old-time ballplayer Yogi able to?
    $2000 12
Near
____
South Dakota pageant
    $2000 5
Ken Jeong bared all as crime lord Mr. Chow in this 2009 Vegas comedy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Bryan Jennifer
$10,800 $8,000 $7,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

RULERS IN HISTORY
Born in 1672 & named for a saint, in 1703 he founded a city whose name represents both of them

Final scores:

Dan Bryan Jennifer
$16,001 $0 $14,399
3-day champion: $40,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Dan Bryan Jennifer
$10,600 $5,200 $7,200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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