Suggest correction - #6933 - 2014-11-05

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    $1600 20
Add 4 letters to a term for messing with a computer to get this word for streamlining your daily existence
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Show #6933 - Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Contestants

Hillary Huttenhower, a materials engineer from Manchester, Connecticut

Aric Wiest, a curator from Kansas City, Missouri

Caitlin Malcuit, a writer and editor from North Reading, Massachusetts (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,200)

Jeopardy! Round

EYEBROW-BEATING YOU
TV
"I" LAND HOPPING
LITERARY TERMS
RHYME TIME
TASTY ITALIANS
    $200 19
This Muppet loves pigeons & bottlecaps & shares a fashionable "Sesame Street" address
    $200 1
Kevin Spacey plays a manipulative politician on this series from Netflix
    $200 6
Its ruling monarchy was chased out in 1979
    $200 8
A trite or stereotyped phrase, it's literally French for "stereotype", a printing term
    $200 12
A command to the Lone Ranger's companion to move quickly
    $200 17
First name of 20th c. cardinal Ottaviani, or a rich butter & cream sauce
    $400 20
This '30s movie star said, "I've had a perfectly wonderful evening, but this wasn't it"
    $400 2
Fans of this soapy series are called Gladiators
    $400 7
It's about 650 miles west of Norway
    $400 22
Using a word or phrase to mean the exact opposite of its literal meaning
    $400 13
An Athenian computer nerd
    $400 18
Fittingly, Luca Spaghetti is one of the people Elizabeth Gilbert meets in the first section of this 3-word book
    $600 21
Seen here are the brows of this sage of Sunday night television
    $600 3
On "The Americans" she stars as Elizabeth Jennings, just your KGB spy next door
    $600 9
About 6,000 of its more than 17,000 islands are inhabited
    $600 26
Dude, that was so this! A long narrative poem that tells of the deeds & adventures of a hero
    $600 14
Home for a king in the "Big D"
    $600 23
Mario Cipollini ("Mario Wild Onions") is a famed sprinter in this beloved Euro-sport
    $800 24
The Coyoacan house of this Mexican artist is now a museum bearing her name
    $800 4
Hugh Dancy is criminal profiler Will Graham, trying to track down serial killers on this drama
    $800 10
Some 250 million of its people are ethnically Dravidian
    DD: $1,300 27
Parody makes fun of a literary style; this other 6-letter term makes fun of human weaknesses
    $800 15
A pleasant-smelling tramp or rover
    $800 29
Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo, reputedly a gunman in this 1929 slaughter, died aged 86 in 1992
    $1000 25
In 1976, he was made Marshall of the U.S.S.R., the only party leader after Stalin to hold the highest military rank
    $1000 5
"24: Live Another Day" was shot in & is set in this city
    $1000 11
It was created from 3 Ottoman provinces shortly after World War I
    $1000 28
It's the usual lit crit term for prefiguring or hinting what is to come later in a story
    $1000 16
The sense that the science of plants is getting repetitive, day in & day out
    $1000 30
The last name of 18th century composer Pietro was the word for these dumplings

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Caitlin Aric Hillary
$1,200 $1,600 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Caitlin Aric Hillary
$3,400 $4,500 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORDS FROM THE TECH WORLD
FILMS OF THE 1950s
HISTORICAL QUOTATIONS
BALLET
THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM
HEY, "DJ"
    $400 11
The novel "Snow Crash" popularized this word from Hinduism to mean an online representation
    $400 1
In the 1950s Grace Kelly starred in 2 "High" films: "High Society" & this one
    $400 10
In a 1500 letter, he wrote, "I should be judged as a captain who went from Spain to the Indies to conquer a people"
    $400 16
Standing on the balls of the feet is being on demi-this
    $400 8
Arizona's Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site has over 170 woven Navajo ones
    $400 3
Lying near, close or contiguous
    $800 12
Someone lacking in information may be described as being low this measure of data transmission
    $800 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.) Alfred Hitchcock always wanted to do a chase scene across the faces of Mount Rushmore; that chase scene became the climax of this 1959 thriller
    $800 22
At Fort Donelson, Tennessee, in 1862, he uttered his demand for unconditional & immediate surrender
    $800 17
Let's make Odile & stage this "avian" ballet
    $800 9
Arizona's Petrified Forest National Park includes some of this desert in the northeastern part of the state
    $800 4
It's the "A" in the type of mortgage abbreviated "ARM"
    $1200 19
There's a preposition in this word for a solution that circumvents a problem without fixing it
    $1200 13
In order to play this big band leader in a 1954 biopic, Jimmy Stewart hired a trombone tutor
    DD: $2,000 23
In 1170 Henry II asked, "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?", the priest being this man
    $1200 18
This late flamboyant defector from the U.S.S.R. shared his last name with a czar
    $1200 5
A large sailing ship often used for what's been described as a "seagoing dude ranch"
    $1600 20
Add 4 letters to a term for messing with a computer to get this word for streamlining your daily existence
    $1600 14
"The Caddy" stars this duo as a golf pro & his caddy/manager; they duet on "That's Amore" & end up in show biz
    $1600 24
"The Italian proletariat needs a blood bath for its force to be renewed", wrote this man in a 1920 editorial
    $1600 28
This 1832 ballet may get its French title from the Latin silva, "forest"
    $1600 6
It's the small strategically located country seen here
    DD: $3,000 21
This verb for what a computer does when it networks with another is used in office jargon to mean "meet & talk"
    $2000 15
Bob Hope & Bing Crosby had cameos in this 1952 Cecil B. Demille film as spectators munching popcorn under the big top
    $2000 25
This Greek leader said, "famous men have the whole earth as their memorial" (it also helps if you build the Parthenon)
    $2000 27
Soloists are backed up by the ensemble known by this 3-word French term
    $2000 26
The only national parks now in the original 13 states are one each in North & South Carolina, & this beautiful park in Virginia
    $2000 7
It's the small strategically located city seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Caitlin Aric Hillary
$1,400 $9,900 $16,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
Illustrations by this man show why his name has become the standard for children's book artistry

Final scores:

Caitlin Aric Hillary
$2,800 $16,201 $19,801
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,801

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Caitlin Aric Hillary
$1,400 $12,200 $16,200
7 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
21 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $29,800

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