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    $800 17
Moschino put out a see-through dress just like a bag from this kind of business, complete with "We Heart Our Customers" motto
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Show #7799 - Thursday, July 5, 2018

Contestants

Steve Spriensma, a writer from Port Dover, Ontario, Canada

Marilyn Maher, an administrative specialist from Athens, Ohio

Suzanne Koppelman, a museum education manager from New York, New York (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $63,601)

Jeopardy! Round

MAY THE HORSE BE WITH YOU
RECENT STUFF
MOVIE SEQUEL SUBTITLES
"L"AKES
BOOKS & AUTHORS
HIGH-SCORING SCRABBLE WORDS
    $200 16
I say! Old sport! Known as ponies, the horses used in this sport with chukkers have been known to play past age 25
    $200 8
This was a thing, a 2017 fad; yep, sure was
    $200 3
Him:
"Pig in the City"
    $200 1
It's a 720-acre lake in North Carolina, or an artificial bait you might use in it
    $200 11
In 2015 she published "It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!"
    $200 21
Dance off with at least 27 points for this word for a coin-operated record player often found in bars
    $400 20
The horse's body is marked by a 4-star square in this constellation
    $400 9
In January 2018 flooding closed Notre Dame in Paris as this river peaked at 20 feet above its normal level
    $400 4
This "Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan"
    $400 2
Lakes all over the U.S. are named for this bird with an eerie call; E.L. Doctorow wrote a novel set at one in the Adirondacks
    $400 12
At age 33 Mary Wollstonecraft published "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman"; at 21 this daughter published a classic
    $400 24
For 22 points: to meet certain requirements, or to make a statement less definitive
    $600 22
This horse has been developed in the Middle Eastern area of its name for centuries
    $600 10
From a country that got in doping trouble, the OAR team that competed in Pyeongchang in 2018 stands for this
    $600 5
This "2: Cruise Control"
    $600 19
A lake in Oregon's Deschutes National Forest is named this, after the flows that formed it
    $600 13
Here's an 1870s photo of this French author looking pretty miserable
    $800 23
According to Dio Cassius, this not-all-there Roman emperor planned to make his horse Incitatus a consul
    $800 17
Moschino put out a see-through dress just like a bag from this kind of business, complete with "We Heart Our Customers" motto
    $800 6
This "2: Electric Boogaloo"
    $800 25
Take a boat ride on this lake or disembark at the city of the same name to visit the Swiss Transport Museum
    $800 14
He followed up "Between the World and Me" with "We Were Eight Years in Power"
    $1000 18
In 2017 this ex-national security adviser pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI
    $1000 7
This "II: The Legend of Curly's Gold"
    $1000 26
You take the high road, & I'll take the low road, to this largest lake in Scotland
    DD: $1,000 15
His crime: joining the Petrashevsky circle; his punishment: many months in prison in 1849, ending with a mock execution
    $1000 27
Earn 25 points for this woman who introduced the worship of Baal into Israel & was denounced by Elijah

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

Suzanne Marilyn Steve
$600 $2,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Suzanne Marilyn Steve
$2,200 $2,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

RICK & MORTY
SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT
KEEP SUMMER SAFE
MY "MAN"!
YOU PASS BUTTER
& THAT'S THE WAY THE NEWS GOES
    $400 3
He wrote the unforgettable lyric "She's a very kinky girl, the kind you don't take home to Mother"
    $400 5
Showing what you got on this device was expensive when it debuted in the '70s costing about $1,200
    $400 13
It sounds like a swimming style, but this occurs when your body temperature rises to 104 degrees; be wary
    $400 1
It's a 3-D representation of human form, dummy
    $400 19
There's butter in this "old fashioned" Baskin-Robbins flavor as well as in its name
    $400 30
In December 1848 President Polk gave Congress the news that "the supply" of this in California "is very large"
    $800 4
In the late 1800s, an era of tycoons, Joy Morton acquired a company & became the big man in this home product
    $800 7
You think you got the stones to play this sport? Well, if you have the granite type, like the item here, you sure do
    $800 14
The CDC recommends 4-sided fencing around these to keep youngsters safe
    $800 2
Hand shackles
    $800 20
Sanford Redmond helped diners by automating the production of this unit of butter
    $800 23
Founded by a Qatari emir, this news entity tried a U.S. version of its news channel from 2013 to 2016
    $1200 12
"Guardian" Rocket Raccoon is derisively called by the name of this mascot of the National Wildlife Federation
    $1200 8
This instrument has 7 main strings & 12 or more sympathetic ones
    $1200 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents an overhead shot of a current.) Swim parallel to the shore to reach safety if you encounter one of these swift-moving currents that can move at 8 feet per second
    $1200 6
It's your destiny to know this 8-letter word means "to show plainly"
    $1200 21
Since 1911, the Iowa State Fair has featured one of these sculpted from 600 pounds of pure cream butter
    $1200 22
One theory says this Virginia port got its name from an English captain who brought news to settlers at Jamestown
    $1600 24
John Mortimer's stories about this odd British defense lawyer "of the Bailey" were collected in "Forever" him
    $1600 9
Your antipasto might combine pepperoni & these, one syllable longer & also called Tuscan peppers
    $1600 17
Products with this number at 30 block 97% of UVB rays, which is pretty darn good
    $1600 10
A royal command, or one from a superior court to a lower one
    $1600 26
Da, Russian cookbook "Please to the Table" has recipe for this crispy chicken dish that squirts butter
    DD: $1,000 29
This Hungarian-born physicist later regretted the sexism in his telegram "it's a boy" when an H-bomb test worked
    $2000 25
Part of the purpose driven life of this evangelical pastor was founding the Saddleback megachurch
    $2000 16
This type of sleeve shares its name with a type of swinging doors
    $2000 18
Kingsford specifies, don't add this liquid that they also make to briquets that are already hot or burning
    $2000 11
It conveys air & fuel from the carburetor to the cylinders
    DD: $2,000 27
Sanskrit for "to sprinkle" gives us this word for a clarified butter
    $2000 28
He ran the original marathon, bringing Athens news of the battle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Suzanne Marilyn Steve
$7,200 $8,000 $9,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN AUTHORS
Her 1896 New York Times obituary called her "the writer of probably the most widely read work of fiction ever penned"

Final scores:

Suzanne Marilyn Steve
$7,200 $14,401 $3,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Suzanne Marilyn Steve
$11,200 $8,000 $9,600
16 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
13 R,
2 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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