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    $1600 4
This dance developed around 1964 as a variation of the twist
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Show #7026 - Monday, March 16, 2015

Kristin Sausville game 4.

Contestants

Darren Shea, a network administrator from Kyle, Texas

Pauline Sholtys, an editor from Ansonia, Connecticut

Kristin Sausville, a stay-at-home mom from Newark, Delaware (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $52,802)

Jeopardy! Round

THEY SAID IT
BY ANY OTHER NAME
THE BUCK STOPS HERE
BODY PART VERBS
SPORTS JEOPARDY
GETTING HITCHED
(Alex: We'll give you the onname of one of the partners, you identify the other.)
    $200 6
This recently installed premier, 1961:
"A revolution is not a bed of roses"
    $200 11
Viral upper respiratory tract infection is a fancy name for this alliterative ailment
    $200 20
Once the deer stops for good, you can call his flesh this & use it as food
    $200 7
To take responsibility for "the bill"
    $200 26
In 2007 at a track & field event in Rome, a Finnish athlete impaled a long jumper 90 yards away with one of these
    $200 1
1952:
Nancy Davis, to this actor
    $400 12
This man quoted by Plato:
"The unexamined life is not worth living"
    $400 15
Why so serious? It's nitrous oxide, also known by this mirthful-sounding name
    $400 21
If you're standing off guard & unable to respond, you're this motionless road buck
    $400 8
As a verb, it's a way to force your way "in" to something; as a noun, it's the thugs who might help you
    $400 27
After a 0-17 start in 2014, this NBA team with a numeric name was in serious jeopardy of not making the playoffs!
    $400 2
1469:
Ferdinand of Aragon
    $600 13
This baseball manager who made it the title of his autobiography:
"Nice guys finish last"
    $600 17
Musical instrument also called a squeezebox
    $600 22
In the "Red Sleigh Down" episode of this show, Cartman learns Santa & his reindeer have been shot down over Iraq
    $600 9
To prepare yourself; perhaps with facts; or perhaps with weapons
    $600 28
A runner breaking for the plate on the pitch as the batter tries to bunt is this "deadly" type of squeeze play
    $600 3
1986:
Arianna Stassinopoulos
    $800 14
This ruler, according to Suetonius:
"The die is cast"
    $800 18
Said to be in the veins of us folks from Canada, ethylene glycol is this automotive additive
    $800 23
Natty Bumppo's lethal nickname
    $800 10
To hit or bang on the head
    $800 29
In 2009 Gilbert Arenas pulled a gun on a teammate on this squad, though it was no longer called the Bullets
    $800 4
1920:
Zelda Sayre
    $1000 16
This general, 1952: "It is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it"
    $1000 19
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents) Calcium sulfate anhydrite is also known by this popular name, which comes from its use in a certain city since ancient times
    $1000 24
Mythology tells of the hunter Actaeon, changed into a stag by this goddess & torn to pieces by his dogs
    $1000 25
To identify a criminal to the authorities
    $1000 30
On "Wild World of Sports", ski jumper Vinko Bogataj's crash exemplified this 4-word phrase in the show's intro
    DD: $1,600 5
1995:
Teresa Heinz

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

Kristin Pauline Darren
$5,600 $800 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Pauline Darren
$9,600 $1,800 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

RAGE FOR THE MACHINE
FLAGS OF CROSS & CRESCENT
THE LONDON STAGE
FROM F TO G
19th C. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS
GETTING HITCH-ED
    $400 16
From 1928 to 1931 Ford built almost 5 million of these Model T successor cars
    $400 11
You might have a knife bearing the flag of this country
    $400 26
This musical opened in 1986 with Michael Crawford & Sarah Brightman in the lead roles, & it's still going strong
    $400 1
To throw with violence, or a brief romantic relationship
    $400 6
Jesper Harding, publisher of what's now this Philly newspaper, was for a time the USA's largest Bible publisher
    $400 21
Early on, a seagull pecks at Melanie's head in this Hitchcock film; things go downhill from there
    $800 17
By the mid-1970s no aspiring nerd was without one of these, like the TI-30
    $800 12
The 5 red crosses on this former Soviet Socialist Republic's flag are the symbol of a certain saint, the Union Jack has one such cross
    $800 27
As seen in a photo, "Handbag" is a recent comedy that examines the relationship between these two women
    $800 2
A type of canine tooth
    $800 7
In 1885 bartender Harry Tammen & lottery promoter F.G. Bonfils founded this rival of the Rocky Mountain News
    $800 22
Hitchcock said this 1958 film was his most personal one, & it took him to dizzying heights
    DD: $6,000 18
From 1947 to 1953 U.S. production of these devices rose from fewer than 200,000 to more than 7 million a year
    $1200 13
In 1776 Col. William Moultrie chose the crescent for what's now the flag of this state
    $1200 28
In 2013 "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." Robert Vaughn played Juror No. 9 in a new version of this courtroom drama
    $1200 3
This pouch that fits over a horse's muzzle contains his chow
    $1200 8
His father acquired the San Francisco Examiner in 1880 as payment for a gambling debt & later gave it to him to run
    $1200 23
Binoculars plus broken leg equals big problems for the photo-journalist played by this actor in "Rear Window"
    $1600 19
The Victor Company enclosed the horn of a gramophone in a cabinet to create this hot-selling brand of the 19-teens
    $1600 14
This monarchy in the Pacific is about two-thirds Protestant
    $1600 29
In 2012 this murder mystery snared a record 60th year on the London stage
    $1600 4
This dance developed around 1964 as a variation of the twist
    $1600 9
After his editorial writer killed an opponent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, he left for NYC & bought the World
    $1600 24
Grace Kelly didn't phone in her performance as the wife of a British tennis pro in this 1954 film--she was killer!
    $2000 20
Once endorsed by Andre Agassi, this company's Rebel camera was a Consumer Reports Top 10 electronics product of 2013
    $2000 15
The flags of these two countries that begin with the same two letters both use imagery from earlier Ottoman designs
    $2000 5
This sheet metal reinforces & waterproofs the joints & angles of a roof
    DD: $1,400 10
Charlestown-born Charles Taylor became publisher of this newspaper in 1873, it remained in the family for the next 126 years
    $2000 25
This composer scored 8 Hitchcock films, including "Psycho" & "The Man Who Knew Too Much", in which he had a cameo

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Pauline Darren
$24,200 $9,800 $7,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

KIDS' TV CHARACTERS
Marquez is the last name of this character who debuted in 2000

Final scores:

Kristin Pauline Darren
$28,200 $14,800 $13,800
4-day champion: $81,002 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kristin Pauline Darren
$25,000 $9,800 $13,000
31 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $47,800

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