Suggest correction - #7160 - 2015-10-30

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    $1600 29
This word refers to an illegally high rate of interest charged by loan sharks

Show #7160 - Friday, October 30, 2015


Justin Morales, a graduate student from Omaha, Nebraska

Katie Walker, a biomedical science teacher from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Nikki Grillos, a freelance associate casting director from New York, New York (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $30,802)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give us the word, made from the symbols of the elements we will give you in the clue.)
    $200 21
Lisbon-born Pedro I founded the 19th century empire of this giant jungle country
    $200 14
A product known as White Soap got too much air in one batch; the result was renamed this, still around today
    $200 6
December 4, 1965:
The Grateful Dead know the way to this Silicon Valley city where they play their first-ever show
    $200 23
E-4 in the Army; an adjective referring to physical punishment
    $200 2
A sonnet typically has this many lines with 10 syllables in each one
    $200 1
    $400 22
As emperor of India from 1910 to 1936, he was George of a heck of a lot of jungle
    $400 15
"Tan, don't burn" was once a slogan of this brand of sunscreen
    $400 10
Oct. 6, 1971:
The "Skull & Roses" live album comes out, calling their fans these on the back cover
    $400 3
Flamingos are used as croquet mallets in this Lewis Carroll work
    DD: $1,000 8
    $600 27
In the 19th c. Radama I ruled the lemurs of this once jungle-rich island that's now been largely deforested
    $600 17
This fancy brand of Dijon mustard has a rouge variety, flavored with Cabernet sauvignon & blackberries
    $600 11
August 13, 1995:
25,000 fans jam Golden Gate Park to celebrate this guitarist who'd passed away 4 days earlier
    $600 24
O-4 in the Air Force; it's aka a course of study
    $600 4
This 18th c. novel has wordy chapter titles like "Containing a Conversation which Mr. Jones Had with Himself"
    $600 9
    $800 19
This brand known for smokehouse almonds named itself for a rare gem
    $800 12
Dec. 11, 1965:
The Dead join this "Cuckoo" author & his Merry Pranksters for an event called an Acid Test
    $800 25
O-9 in the Navy, this word in front of "admiral" that also comes before "squad"
    $800 5
Hughenden is not a typical author's home; this resident was British prime minister, an earl & a hugely popular writer
    $800 16
    $1000 20
This Heritage brand calls itself "all weather" professional hairspray
    $1000 13
July 5, 2015:
The Dead say farewell with a 50th anniversary show including this song about their "long, strange trip"
    $1000 26
O-1 in the Navy; any heraldic badge of authority
    $1000 7
This Irish-born Nobel Prize-winning playwright earned the Croix de Guerre for helping the French Resistance
    $1000 18

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

Nikki Katie Justin
$1,600 $600 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nikki Katie Justin
$3,000 $800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the characters. You identify the star.)
(Alex: You name the country that administers the territory we give you.)
(Alex: A visit to the costume department at the Metropolitan Opera. [Thumps bass drum])
    $400 2
Black Widow,
Janet Leigh
    $400 13
Light Horse Harry Lee, eulogizing him:
"First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen"
    $400 18
The 4-letter postponement of a legal proceeding; it may precede "of execution"
    $400 19
    $400 1
In 2012 Microsoft introduced its first computer--the Surface, this type of portable PC
    $400 11
(Alex delivers the clue from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.) From Donizetti's "Anna Bolena", I'm decked out now as this royal spouse
    $800 3
Peter Quill,
Disgusting Donald
    $800 14
Her, in 1869 in a women's suffrage newspaper:
"Join the union, girls, and together say equal pay for equal work"
    $800 25
Larceny is "grand" when it exceeds a certain amount; this, when it's less
    $800 21
    $800 7
Any deviation from what's normal, or the failure of light rays to focus properly
    $800 12
(Alex delivers the clue from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.) Oh, what fun--I get to clown around in the actual costume worn by this great tenor in some of his more than 100 performances in "I Pagliacci" here at the Met in the early 20th century
    $1200 4
Elle Woods,
    DD: $1,000 15
The Gettysburg Address:
"Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not" do this
    $1200 26
The place where a court trial is held; a "change of" it may be requested because of possible prejudice
    $1200 22
Western Sahara, until 1976
    $1200 8
A young or newly hatched pigeon
    $1200 16
(Alex delivers the clue from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.) I'm wearing a consiglieri's costume from "Simon Boccanegra"; it's a rather somber opera by this composer of "La traviata"
    $1600 5
Ludwig van Beethoven,
Lee Harvey Oswald
    $1600 17
Thomas Paine:
"These are the times that" do these 3 words
    $1600 29
This word refers to an illegally high rate of interest charged by loan sharks
    $1600 23
New Caledonia
    $1600 9
A summary, like one "of title" that covers the history of a parcel of real estate
    $1600 27
(Alex delivers the clue from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.) Aren't I quite the devil in this character's costume from "The Damnation of Faust"?
    $2000 6
Ted "Theodore" Logan,
    $2000 20
MLK: "I have a dream that one day... sons of former slaves & the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at" this
    $2000 30
Treason is betraying one's country by committing hostile acts; this is inciting the betrayal
    $2000 24
    $2000 10
The Latin for "wandering" gives us this name for one who wanders with no means of support
    DD: $1,000 28
(Alex delivers the clue from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.) The Imperial Commissioner is the one who reads the marriage agreement of Cio-Cio-San & Lieutenant Pinkerton in Act I of this opera

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nikki Katie Justin
$6,200 $6,000 $1,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

Founded in 1873, it was endowed by & named for the richest man in America

Final scores:

Nikki Katie Justin
$399 $5,000 $102
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Nikki Katie Justin
$5,600 $7,200 $1,800
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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