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    $2000 26
It's the division into 2 mutually exclusive or contradictory ideas
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Show #7028 - Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Kristin Sausville game 6.

Contestants

Andrea Keleher, a medical records coder from Denver, Colorado

Daniel Watkins, a music teacher from Fort Worth, Texas

Kristin Sausville, a stay-at-home mom from Newark, Delaware (5-day champion whose cash winnings total $94,201)

Jeopardy! Round

WHO'S DRIVING THIS THING?!
WORDS BORROWED FROM INDIA
LAND "HO"!
INTERNATIONAL CRIME DICTIONARY
BAR SOAP
LAUGHABLE TELEVISION
    $200 21
This word for clothes now usually worn to bed translates as "leg garments"
    $200 7
This state is about 48 miles long & 37 miles wide
    $200 18
Esposas, Spanish for "wives", is also Spanish for these restraints
    $200 1
From this Garden State reality show: "I know I'm not the smartest crayon in the box, but this isn't rocket scientist"
    $400 14
May 23, 1934:
A V8 Ford near Gibsland, Louisiana; he didn't know heavily armed police were waiting
    $400 10
This word is used for a Pacific hurricane
    $400 8
Named for a freedom fighter, it's a Southeast Asian metro area of 6.4 million people
    $400 17
In German a Luftpiraterie is one of these crimes
    $400 5
Until the 1990s this bar soap was marketed with just one scent, Ulster Fragrance
    $400 2
"Why should you go to jail for a crime someone else... noticed?" asked attorney Bob Loblaw on this Bluth-tastic show
    $600 25
November 2, 1947:
The Spruce Goose, for about a mile, at 70 feet, for one minute
    $600 11
This liquid made by Suave & Neutrogena originally referred to a type of massage
    $600 9
2 central European countries took its place in 1993
    $600 19
In Britain this 4-letter first name can mean to arrest, to steal, or prison
    $600 16
In 1891 "It floats" became this soap's advertising slogan
    $600 3
Talking tattoo art with Letterman, this Canadian teen idol said, "I'm not going for the 16th chapel look"
    $800 24
April 30, 1900:
The Cannonball Express--this train engineer watched his speed valiantly
    $800 15
This word for a state of spiritual bliss might make you think of grunge music
    $800 12
It's the New Jersey city near Jersey City shown here
    $800 20
The equivalent of the madam of a brothel in Japan, an obasan is literally this relative
    DD: $800 27
The first logo of this soap was a representation of a clock face
    $800 4
This Bill Hader guy:
"N.Y.'s hottest club is Push!... (It) has... ghosts... banjos... a stuck-up kitten who won't sign autographs..."
    $1000 26
January 15, 2009:
This U.S. Airways pilot skillfully making an unscheduled stop
    $1000 22
Today meaning a social outcast, it comes from Tamil for a member of a low caste
    $1000 13
It's the northernmost of the 4 main islands of Japan
    $1000 23
Italian for "our thing", it's a criminal syndicate
    $1000 6
Players in this duo's "East/West Collegiate Bowl" included Bismo Funyuns, D'Pez Poopsie & Quackadilly Blip

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

Kristin Daniel Andrea
$4,600 $2,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Daniel Andrea
$5,600 $5,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

TRUE CRIMEA
DOCUMENTS
WHEN VILLAINS SING
DOGGIE CARE
BOOKS OF THE YEAR
WORDS TO "DI" FOR
    $400 9
In 1954 Crimea was transferred to this then-SSR; in 2014, it was untransferred
    $400 22
I'm trying to get an initiative on the next ballot--excuse me, can you sign this for me?
    $400 3
In "Little Shop of Horrors", Steve Martin croons about his skills in this field
    $400 23
1939:
This snoozy Shamus opus by Raymond Chandler
    $400 15
In the U.K. these disposable garments are known as nappies
    $800 10
2,600 years ago this civilization founded the Crimean city of Chersonesus
    $800 8
The California DMV says drivers must carry proof of financial responsibility, "commonly known as" this
    $800 4
Mother Gothel fittingly sings "Mother Knows Best" in this 2010 film, rationalizing why she's locked Rapunzel away
    $800 24
1771:
The third & last volume of the first edition of this esteemed compendium of knowledge
    $800 17
To stray from the subject
    DD: $1,800 11
It was British Secretary of War Sidney Herbert who sent this woman to the Crimea
    $1200 18
In 2012 Cuba announced it was dropping the requirement for this type of visa for its citizens
    $1200 5
Bob Fosse was a "Snake in the Grass" to this diminutive title royal in a 1974 movie
    $1200 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical animation of a dog on the monitor.) Early recognition can combat gastric dilatation volvulus, or GDV, a serious condition in dogs, especially larger ones, in which this organ flips over & traps gases & fluids
    $1200 1
1914:
This city-centric James Joyce collection
    $1600 12
In 1502 the last surviving remnant of this "lustrous" band of the Mongol Empire was destroyed by the Crimean Khanate
    $1600 19
2-word term for a document specifying medical measures to be taken or not taken if one is comatose
    $1600 6
This "Beauty and the Beast" guy is so proud of his physique, he notes that he's "roughly the size of a barge"
    $1600 16
Ear scratching time! Rover didn't win best in show, but did win best of this, meaning he's superior to all the other collies
    $1600 2
1963:
This harrowing Sylvia Plath novel
    $1600 25
This type of drug tends to increase the need to use the restroom
    $2000 21
Crimea rivers include the Chernaya, at whose mouth is this most important Black Sea naval center
    DD: $1,400 20
This 2-word term for freedom of action is used of a 1914 message from Germany to Austria about attacking Serbia
    $2000 7
On his "Sing-Along Blog", this villain dreams of using his freeze ray to get Penny, played by Felicia Day
    $2000 27
You'll want to protect against mites called demodex that cause this skin disease
    $2000 13
1984:
His "Neuromancer"
    $2000 26
It's the division into 2 mutually exclusive or contradictory ideas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Daniel Andrea
$9,200 $6,400 $9,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
2 of the world's greatest Baroque composers, they were born within a month of each other in Germany in 1685 but never met

Final scores:

Kristin Daniel Andrea
$5,599 $12,800 $18,605
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,605

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kristin Daniel Andrea
$12,400 $6,400 $9,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
3 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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