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    $800 19
There was just one springtime left for Hitler after this decisive December 1944 battle in which Mel Brooks fought
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Show #7025 - Friday, March 13, 2015

Kristin Sausville game 3.

Contestants

Shawn Paul, a restaurant manager originally from Waterville, Maine

Kynan Dias, a film student originally from Las Vegas, Nevada

Kristin Sausville, a stay-at-home mom from Newark, Delaware (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $31,601)

Jeopardy! Round

LAST NAMES OF FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
ADVERTISING & MARKETING
"SO" IT GOES
2-TIMING STATES
THEY FOUGHT IN THE BIG ONE
PLAY ME...
    $200 6
Van Pelt is the last name of these siblings in the Peanuts comic strip
    $200 26
A long strip of cloth, or an Internet ad in the form of a bar hyperlinked to the advertiser's website
    $200 21
This 2-word term for an entertainment serial first appeared in Newsweek in 1939
    $200 1
In this state when it's noon in Poseyville, it's 1 p.m. in Muncie, which is on Eastern Time
    $200 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.)
Flying a TBM Avenger in 1944, this 20 year old naval aviator bailed out after his plane was hit by anti-aircraft fire over the island of Chichi-jima, making him the only U.S. president to have literally been shot down in combat
    $200 11
A Gretsch White Falcon with Filtertron pickups, one of these
    $400 7
Krueger & Voorhies are the last names of these 2 horror villains who faced off in a 2003 flick
    $400 27
It's the 2-word alliterative term for the prominent display of commercial goods in films or TV shows
    $400 22
This French-derived word means "nickname"
    $400 2
It's 10:00 in most of Arizona, which doesn't use daylight saving time, but 11 in this "nation", which does
    $400 17
Though he opposed U.S. entry into the war, as a civilian adviser this "Lone Eagle" flew combat missions in the Pacific
    $400 12
This song that says, "It winds from Chicago to L.A., more than 2,000 miles all the way"
    $600 8
This best friend of Big Bird goes by his last name; Aloysius is his first name
    $600 28
"Watery" term for the point at which a market is no longer generating new demand for a company's products
    $600 23
This Italian speciality comes in many varieties such as pumpkin
    $600 3
If it's happy hour in Corvallis, it's dinner time in Ontario in this state
    $600 18
For this navy man and future Yankee catcher, D-Day wasn't over 'til his boat shelled Omaha Beach
    $600 13
Crash & Splash, types of these, parts of a drummer's kit
    $800 9
Here's an "Omen": Thorn is the last name of this devilish movie child, the spawn of Satan
    $800 29
At Heinz Field in 2009, this ex-NFL star received the Clio Advertising Award for a TV ad that first aired 30 years before
    $800 24
The fact is this term is Latin for "because of the fact just mentioned"
    $800 4
If it's midnight in Scottsbluff in this state, it's 1 a.m. in Kearney
    $800 19
There was just one springtime left for Hitler after this decisive December 1944 battle in which Mel Brooks fought
    $800 14
An anvil, like in this Italian composer's "Anvil Chorus"
    $1000 10
Fawley is the last name of the title character of this Hardy novel
    DD: $1,800 30
Ernest Dichter coined this term for a small unit of people culled from society at large to get views & reactions
    $1000 25
To stay somewhere as a traveler or guest
    $1000 5
In Michigan they're still asleep in Ironwood but getting up in this rock-hard seat of Genesee County
    $1000 20
Hitler reportedly offered a reward for the capture of this actor who'd joined the Army Air Force after Carole Lombard's death
    $1000 15
This composer's 4'33"; you won't need an instrument

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

Kristin Kynan Shawn
$2,800 $3,200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Kynan Shawn
$7,000 $3,000 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE REST OF THE WORLD IN 1865
WHO CARES ABOUT APATHY?
HYBRIDS & BLENDS
ROLE IN COMMON
FOOD & DRINK
PLAY "M-E"
(Alex: Plays with "M-E", those two letters in their titles.)
    $400 18
The Christian Mission, later renamed this, is founded by William Booth in London's East End
    $400 7
Aloof, or describing a garage that's separate from a house
    $400 26
If Disney's Ariel had been male, she'd be this creature
    $400 4
Bette Davis,
Judi Dench,
Cate Blanchett
    $400 1
Halvah consists mainly of honey & tahini, a paste of these seeds
    $400 15
Success came gentlemanly calling for Tennessee Williams after this play, his first big hit
    $800 19
HSBC, today a giant banking firm, is founded in this place on China's coast, the "H" in its name
    $800 10
American Safety & Health Institute pairs this "un-" word meaning non-reactive with "& not breathing" in a scenario
    $800 27
Balzac called this author's Leatherstocking "a magnificent hermaphrodite... born between savage and civilized"
    $800 5
Hugh Jackman,
Frederic March,
Liam Neeson
    $800 2
If you order Htapothi Krasato in a Greek restaurant, you'll get this cephalopod cooked in red wine
    $800 16
In 2010 Billie Joe Armstrong joined the cast of this show to sing his own songs
    $1200 20
The II king of this name is founded in Belgium & will reign until 1909
    $1200 11
Sometimes a runner does not get credit for a stolen base due to "defensive" this, a lack of concern
    DD: $4,000 28
This Ford midsize sedan has a fitting name for a car that comes in a hybrid version
    $1200 6
Ingrid Bergman,
Jean Seberg,
Milla Jovovich
    $1200 3
Mango Melody & Wicked Apple are flavors of this semi-frozen drink sold at 7-Eleven
    DD: $4,000 23
I can tell you're fated to look for the "ME" inside this Baghdad-set musical
    $1600 21
The Triple Alliance of Brazil, Argentina & Uruguay wages war on this small neighbor
    $1600 12
I don't wish to be blase about this, but it's French... it's a feeling of utter weariness... from lack of interest
    $1600 29
The alloy electrum is mostly gold with at least 20% of this metal
    $1600 13
Jim Caviezel,
Jeffrey Hunter,
Max Von Sydow
    $1600 8
This flaming dessert is said to have been created in 1887 to honor Queen Victoria's 50th anniversary as monarch
    $1600 24
On Broadway in 1982, Cher & Kathy Bates asked, do this, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
    $2000 22
The Monroe Doctrine is invoked as the U.S. supports this Mexican president against Maximilian
    $2000 17
Meaning tranquil or unruffled, this word isn't impressive", but it is "im" this
    $2000 30
Born in San Juan, but raised in the Bronx? You're this, also the name of Jennifer Lopez' production company
    $2000 14
Kirk Douglas,
Victor Mature,
Val Kilmer
    $2000 9
About 80% of this expensive Jamaican coffee is exported to Japan
    $2000 25
Simple title of the Clare Boothe Luce play about females fighting, first staged in 1936, later filmed 3 times

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Kynan Shawn
$15,400 $10,600 $4,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORICAL U.S. GEOGRAPHY
It became a border territory in 1864 after being part of the Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nebraska & Dakota territories

Final scores:

Kristin Kynan Shawn
$21,201 $600 $7,000
3-day champion: $52,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kristin Kynan Shawn
$15,400 $16,400 $8,000
22 R,
3 W
18 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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