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    $800 16
Ganesha, the Hindu god of beginnings & good fortune, has a human body & the head of this animal

Show #7496 - Monday, March 27, 2017


Meral Cultu, a nonprofit strategist from Cleveland, Ohio

Adam Vesterholt, an energy engineer from Brooklyn, New York

Robert Weibezahl, a writer from Westlake Village, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $11,000)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
Jay Z
    $200 1
Between 1095 & 1291, Europeans launched as many as 10 of these Mideast campaigns; the first had the most success
    $200 26
I just say telco--no time for these 2 words that can refer to Vonage or T-Mobile
    $200 13
Roman emperor Augustus claimed descent from this Olympian & sun god
    $200 6
When preceding "money", it denotes equal odds in a bet
    $200 18
In 1972 this colorful tune was a No. 1 hit for Neil Diamond; "Everybody knows one"
    $400 9
Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill
    $400 2
A group of loyal clergy & boyars called the Selected council helped this awful guy rule Russia in the 16th century
    $400 27
Who wastes breath saying this startup-funding person? Just call him a V.C.
    $400 14
In Norse mythology, this trickster god can change his shape & gender at will
    $400 7
This type of crew cut is also an informal term for an aircraft carrier
    $400 19
This 1976 Barry Manilow hit made "the whole world sing" & "the young girls cry"
    $600 10
Charlie Sheen
    $600 3
Seen here is Oliver Cromwell's signature in 1655 during the five years he held this two-word title, hence the P
    $600 28
I don't have time to go to court or even to say this whole word, so it's just patent lit or civil lit
    DD: $2,400 15
This Roman god has his own fountain in Madrid
    $600 23
This word meaning level is associated with bathrooms & also means well supplied, particularly with money
    $600 20
You'd think that people would have had enough of this 1976 Paul McCartney hit, but I look around me & I see it isn't so
    $800 11
Calvin Coolidge
    $800 4
In 1571's Battle of Lepanto, a coalition defeated this empire's navy, saving Europe from invasion
    $800 29
An underling sent me a 10-page report when I asked for 1, so I responded, "TLDR", short for "too long," this
    $800 16
Ganesha, the Hindu god of beginnings & good fortune, has a human body & the head of this animal
    $800 24
This breakfast food, a symbol of flatness, also means a football block that puts a defender on his back
    $800 21
The Fugees caught some (Roberta) Flack when the band covered this 1973 hit
    $1000 12
Elvis Costello
    $1000 5
King Charles XII of this nation was a boy military genius who won battles against Russia, Poland & Denmark in the 1700s
    $1000 17
This god of fire & patron of craftsmen was really lame... really
    $1000 25
"O" yes, this 6-letter word means flattened at the poles
    $1000 22
This Three Dog Night tune was "comin' down in 3-part harmony"

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

Robert Adam Meral
$2,000 $5,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Adam Meral
$6,600 $7,200 $3,000
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