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    $400 28
Signing the Amer. w/ Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990, Pres. Bush said he was inspired by this GOP senator who lost the use of an arm
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Show #8045 - Friday, July 26, 2019

Jason Zuffranieri game 6. Last game of Season 35.

Contestants

Michael Riggs, an educational therapist from Tustin, California

Maggie Lehrman, an editor and writer from Brooklyn, New York

Jason Zuffranieri, a math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico (5-day champion whose cash winnings total $109,700)

Jeopardy! Round

VENICE
2 VERBS IN ONE
TURNING TO SPORTS
BEFORE & AFTER: SINGERS & WRITERS
SHAPE UP!
CHILLAX
    $200 21
The name of this bridge is a contraction of rivo alto, "deep stream"
    $200 7
To travel by taking rides from passing cars
    $200 13
In 201 a U.K. game of this sport went 50 hours non-stop--"the only time we slept was when our team was batting"
    $200 14
"The Heart Of Rock & Roll" lead singer who also wrote "Alice in Wonderland"
    $200 16
This chess piece can only move in an L-shape
    $200 30
It's your day off, go ahead & be one of these "spuds" & catch up on your favorite shows
    $400 22
Now meaning a slum, this word may come from the name of a Venetian area to which Jews were once restricted
    $400 8
Akin to saute, you do this to veggies in a wok
    $400 5
Lee Corso once noted the Rainbow Warriors football team at this univ. "doesn't win many games in the United States"
    DD: $1,000 1
"Hit The Road Jack" with the singer & pianist who also came up with the theory of evolution by natural selection
    $400 17
A traditional honeycomb is made of cells of this shape
    $400 26
Chillax with your partner & enjoy a couple's one of these, maybe the Swedish type; it's just what you knead
    $600 23
During one season, the winter o 1678, this Baroque music master was born in Venice
    $600 9
To get behind the wheel of a Chrysler you're thinking of buying & take it for a spin
    $600 6
Spin in an 8-foot, 2-inch throwing circle to throw a 4.4-pound circle in this sport
    $600 2
Folk trio that was "Blowin' In The Wind" with the writer of "Frankenstein"
    $600 18
Connect two semicircles with parallel lines & you have this shape, named for a type of arena
    $600 27
Forget cooking--you can order food from this rhyming service that delivers from more than 105,000 takeout restaurants
    $800 24
In 697 Paolo Lucio Anafesto became the first of these Venice bosses; in 1797 Ludovico Manin became the last
    $800 10
To use a foot & a pedal to get a motorcycle going
    $800 11
This "Brown Bomber" successfully defended his heavyweight crown 25 times, with 22 knockouts
    $800 3
"Super Freak" singer who also told "Tales of the South Pacific"
    $800 19
The shape created by two interlocking circles is called a vesica piscis, Latin for this bladder
    $800 28
Enjoy a glass of the tawny type of this fortified wine
    $1000 25
St. Mark's is famous for this type of bell tower, from the Italian for "bell"
    $1000 15
To windmill, headspin or elbow hop like a b-boy
    $1000 12
Fox Sports:
this Utah Jazz man, AKA the Mailman, "may be the first human to be even more chiseled than his own statue"
    $1000 4
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" singer who takes up a pen & creates "The Mayor of Casterbridge"
    $1000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates the trammel of Archimedes.) Also known as a do-nothing machine, the trammel of Archimedes actually has a function--if you trace the path of the handle, you can draw one of these shapes
    $1000 29
Chillax to some classical music like this German composer's "Canon in D"; it's not just for weddings

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

Jason Maggie Michael
$6,200 $3,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Maggie Michael
$9,600 $3,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A tribute to Discovery Channel's...)
SHARK WEEK
ON THIS DAY: JULY 26
"ISTA" ME!
1960s TV
SHAKESPEAREAN DOUBLE BLANK VERSE
MAKE IT SNAPPY
    $400 29
It was a bad day to be a robot sub as the one here felt the 2-ton bite of one of these apex predators, also known as the maneater
    $400 28
Signing the Amer. w/ Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990, Pres. Bush said he was inspired by this GOP senator who lost the use of an arm
    $400 1
Luckily for Starbucks, this server job is considered gender neutral in Italian
    $400 26
In 1968 episode No. 1 of this news show that's still on had behind-the-scenes looks at Richard Nixon & Hubert Humphrey
    $400 27
"Henry IV, Part 2":
"He hath eaten me out of ____ and ____"
    $400 18
As well as photosharing on this app, you can watch its Snap originals like "#vanlife"
    $800 23
The subcutaneous lateral line on this tiger shark senses these quivering motions in the water, perhaps from a struggling fish
    $800 19
On July 26, 1858 Baron Lionel de Rothschild took his seat as the first Jewish member of this government body
    $800 2
In 1993 this term was used by writer Stephen Fried to describe members of a supermodel's entourage
    $800 3
I'm so glad we had this woman's variety show that had Jim Nabors as its first guest & as the first guest each season
    $800 10
"Julius Caesar":
"____ tu, ____?"
    $800 17
Genus Antirrhinum, these flowers snap closed after they are pried open by bees
    $1200 24
Many sharks are solitary hunters, but reef sharks are known to hunt in this 11-letter way that also refers to a type of apartment
    $1200 20
The Continental Congress established this govt. entity July 26, 1775 with Ben Franklin as its first head
    $1200 7
A Nicaraguan revolutionary
    $1200 4
In 1967 Harry Morgan joined "Dragnet" as Bill Gannon, the final partner of this police sergeant played by Jack Webb
    $1200 11
"Henry VI, Part 2":
"The first thing we do, let's ____ all the ____"
    $1200 16
This singer decided to add the finger snaps to her hit song "Fever"
    DD: $1,000 25
Shark Week divers encounter a rare sight--a bigeye type of this shark, named for a motion its tail makes as it whips its prey
    $1600 21
Liberia dates its founding from the signing of its constitution in this city on July 26, 1847
    DD: $5,000 8
A native of Brazil's largest city
    $1600 5
One white guy, one black guy & one blonde gal fought crime as this cool undercover title trio
    $1600 12
"Romeo and Juliet":
"It is the ____, and Juliet is the ____"
    $1600 15
This hyphenated tool company owns brands like Car-O-Liner & Kansas Jack
    $2000 30
It was white-knuckle time on Shark Week as one of the crew got harassed by a huge one of these 4-letter sharks with a Maori name
    $2000 22
Despite objections from the Pentagon, on July 26, 1948 Harry Truman issued an executive order telling the military to do this
    $2000 9
This type of soldier works out of Chiapas
    $2000 6
This animated cosmic superhero, voiced by Gary Owens, faced off against galactic villains
    $2000 13
A double double blank, from "Macbeth": "____ is ____, and ____ is ____"
    $2000 14
In 2019 meteorologist Daryl Ritchison at NDSU, this university, said the minus-33 temps were "a cold snap"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Maggie Michael
$30,800 $3,200 $3,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC SHIPS
215 passengers were rescued when it sank in July 1918, about 500 fewer than it had rescued 6 years earlier

Final scores:

Jason Maggie Michael
$27,600 $0 $2
6-day champion: $137,300 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jason Maggie Michael
$27,800 $3,200 $3,200
34 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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