Show #6357 - Tuesday, April 17, 2012


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Evan Nolan, a contract attorney from Winchester, Massachusetts

Mary Harris, a knitting store owner from Seattle, Washington

Michelle LaLonde, a law librarian from Novi, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Marie Curie's 1926 entry on this element said one could use it to make luminous paints to use in watches
    $200 8
"My name is Robert Neville. I'm a survivor living in New York City... If there's anybody out there..."
    $200 21
(Kelly of the Clue crew points at the rear area of a remote-control inflated shark toy floating around her.) Just like the real thing, our helium-filled shark is propelled by the side-to-side movement of this rear appendage, also called the caudal fin
    $200 4
Sequoia National Park has the General Grant tree & a 255-footer named for this man, Grant's boss
    $200 9
Lacking intellectual depth, or one end of a pool
    $400 2
Almost half of his 1926 entry on conjuring was about himself, mentioning such tricks as the milk-can escape
    $400 15
"When do I get my own flashy, little memory messer-upper thing?"
    $400 22
This device propels a traditional pogo stick
    $400 5
The bald cypress named for this Aztec ruler is known for its massive trunk, seen here in an example in Mexico
    $400 11
An area of grazable grassland; it's found before "lark"
    $600 3
Carl Sagan took on this vast topic, with thoughts on the "intelligent" type "beyond the solar system"
    $600 18
"Welcome to Earth!"
    $600 23
The Navy's USS Defender has 4 engines of this type, so look for the green handle at the pump when filling her up
    $600 6
The company named for this "rocky" golf course south of San Francisco has trademarked "Lone Cypress"
    $600 12
Rendered fat used in making soap or candles
    $800 16
The article on ventriloquism for the 1958 edition was penned by this man, not Charlie McCarthy
    $800 19
"Lean in, place your hand on the small of her back, say it in her ear like a secret. But watch your hand placement"
    $800 24
Disneyland's monorail runs on this type of power; let's have a parade!
    DD: $1,600 27
As a verb, it meant to shoot someone; as a noun it referred to a rectangular bar of chewing tobacco
    $800 7
In a Japanese forest of mighty cedars, you can rest on one that didn't endure, called Wilson's this
    $800 13
Adjective for an unhealthy yellow complexion
    $1000 17
Sir Walter Scott wrote that this refers to "the laws, rules and customs by which" knighthood "was governed"
    $1000 20
"I think you murdered him because he was teaching you to simulate emotions"
    $1000 25
This rocket named for the color of Alabama rock lifted the first U.S. satellite into space
    $1000 26
It's the money used to finance a miner's activities
    $1000 10
Connecticut has the Charter this; France has the Chapel this, with a room for prayer inside
    $1000 14
A large sea wave

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Michelle Mary Evan
$400 $2,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Mary Evan
$3,200 $3,800 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: must respond in Pig Latin.)
    $400 6
Anthropologists consider each modern human a wise man, as he's Omohay...
    $400 7
Jules Verne:
    $400 12
Since his real last name was Jenkins, Elizabeth Taylor could have been Mrs. Jenkins twice
    $400 17
The name of this West Indies island comes from an Arawak word for "land of wood & water", mon
    $400 1
The devil may wear it, but he better have $1,495 if he wants a leather flap shoulder bag made by this company
    $400 22
822 aircraft with parachutists & gliders hit the skies during the night preceding this June 6, 1944 event
    $800 8
Stephen Covey:
    $800 13
This real first name of Mia Hamm is also the first name of an actress-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway
    $800 18
This state's record low is 12 degrees; its January average is a balmy 68
    $800 2
She's the "DK" in DKNY, maker of a croco leather large tote
    $1200 9
Luigi Pirandello:
    $1200 14
The actor born Craig Bruderlin changed his name to James this; his son Josh uses the name as well
    $1200 19
"Dive" into this Mexican port & resort city on the Pacific coast officially founded by Spaniards in 1550
    $1200 3
Last name of Ivanka, who has a line of satchels & purses; we understand dad's in NYC real estate
    $1200 25
In October 2006 Patti Smith presided over the last night at this iconic rock club where she began her career
    $1600 10
Reginald Rose:
    $1600 15
After an appearance with Lou Ferrigno, Terry Bollea took this new name for his wrestling career
    $1600 20
Cannes is a chief city in this region, the eastern end of the Mediterranean coast of France, named for its blue sky & sea
    $1600 4
Seen here is an old commercial that showed the durability of luggage from this national brand
    DD: $2,000 24
On June 20, 1791 she influenced her husband to flee Paris; too bad his picture was on the nation's paper money
    $2000 11
John O'Hara:
    DD: $3,200 16
He got his name in utero after he kicked his pregnant mom as she was looking at a da Vinci painting
    $2000 21
This island is spelled with a double "A" if you're talking about the Dutch part, with beaches like Guana Bay
    $2000 5
This company with a biblical hero in its name makes the Tote-a-Ton duffle
    $2000 23
On Oct. 15, 1946, the night his execution was ordered, this No. 2 Nazi took a 1-way trip via poison in his Nuremberg cell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Mary Evan
$8,800 $7,400 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

For 2010 & 2011, it's gotten more visitors than any other single museum in the U.S.

Final scores:

Michelle Mary Evan
$3,300 $5,900 $11
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,900 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michelle Mary Evan
$7,600 $7,400 $5,400
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
5 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 2011-12-19
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