Show #6409 - Thursday, June 28, 2012


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Lindsay Shields, a grants and contracts coordinator from Sunnyside, New York

Amy Paull, a stay-at-home mom from The Woodlands, Texas

Anna-Lise Santella, an editor and musicologist from Trout Valley, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Narnia author's first published work was "Spirits in Bondage", a book of verse written as Clive Hamilton
    $200 7
A frightening maraschino
    $200 16
It's the USA's No. 1 office supply superstore
    $200 15
On this scale, normal human body temperature is 37 degrees
    $200 18
When Marx & his pal Engels published this pamphlet in 1848, they made Europe see red
    $200 6
This idealistic solo hit by John Lennon says, "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one"
    $400 2
Under the pen name Carolyn Keene, Mildred Benson wrote novels about this young female detective
    $400 8
A criminal honeydew
    $400 23
This company offers 18,000 new & redesigned cards a year, many sold in its Gold Crown stores
    $400 27
In 1935 Malcolm Campbell became the first man to drive over 300 mph on these Utah salt flats
    $400 19
As editor of Germany's Neue Rheinische Zeitung, Marx repeatedly called for war with this country--hmm, is that irony?
    $400 12
1980's "Double Fantasy" has songs about Yoko-- "Woman"--& about him--"Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)"
    $600 3
We all wear masks in life from time to time; spy out this pen name of David Cornwell
    $600 9
A den where a bartlett lurks
    $600 24
In September 1989 Toyota entered the luxury car market with this brand's ES250 & LS400 models
    $600 28
It was the last year that was evenly divisible by 4 but wasn't a leap year
    $600 20
Banished from Germany & expelled from Paris in 1849, Marx moved to this city, his home for the rest of his life
    DD: $1,000 13
John & Yoko's favorite area of Central Park was officially named this in 1981, after a Beatles song that he wrote
    $800 4
Comic book writer & guru Stanley Martin Lieber is better known by this "marvel-ous" pen name
    $800 10
A concord cloak
    $800 25
In 1992 Playskool revamped this construction set by replacing its wooden sticks & spools with plastic parts
    $800 29
In 1240 the city of Pisa put this math man on salary; maybe in the third year they gave him the sum of his pay in the first 2
    $800 21
According to Marx the creation of a classless society would be preceded by the "dictatorship of" this class
    $800 14
John admitted, "But now these days are gone, I'm not so self-assured" in the lyrics of this song
    $1000 5
He wrote "A Case of Need" as Jeffery Hudson but used his own name for "Disclosure" & "Rising Sun"
    $1000 11
A shoreline clingstone
    $1000 26
The face on the torch lady who represents this film company is that of muralist Jennifer Joseph
    $1000 30
Richard Wagner adapted a story by Heinrich Heine to create this nautical opera
    $1000 22
This 1867 Marx masterwork has been called "the Bible of the working class"
    $1000 17
When the phrase "pools of sorrow, waves of joy" came to John Lennon, he couldn't rest until he'd written this song

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

Anna-Lise Amy Lindsay
$2,800 $800 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anna-Lise Amy Lindsay
$3,200 $1,600 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
Sip some Campari or Dubonnet before dinner & you're having this appetite-stimulating drink
    $400 15
Arthur Fiedler & Rose Kennedy
    $400 9
Viola Davis & Octavia Spencer won high praise for their roles as maids in this 2011 flick
    $400 8
Rigel, a blue supergiant, represents the foot of this hunter
    $400 1
This movement to appreciate cooking done with care was founded to counter the "let's grab a burger" lifestyle
    $800 4
The Tokyo headquarters building of this company
is supposed to look like
a glass of beer with a head
    $800 16
Dick Cheney & Bob Kerrey
    $800 10
For her role in "Monster's Ball", this beauty became the first African-American woman to win the Best Actress Oscar
    $800 11
This dog star is the brightest star in the night sky
    $800 2
It's a jocular term for a righty pitcher
    $1200 5
Several Scandinavian countries produce this strong liquor; Aalborg is a product of Denmark
    $1200 23
James Dickey & golfer Bobby Jones
    $1200 20
In 2008 this Tina Turner portrayer checked into the "ER" as Dr. Cate Banfield
    $1200 12
(Kelly of the Clue Crew gives the clue.) The constellation Scorpio was originally larger, but the Romans took the stars that formed the claws & made a new constellation, this one, that's identified with justice
    $1200 17
Someone who works with tin, as opposed to someone who works with iron, as in horseshoes
    $1600 6
This drink with a dangerous reputation is often mixed with sugar, as seen here
    $1600 24
Samuel Colt & Katharine Hepburn
    $1600 21
In 1974 she won 2 Emmys for her starring role in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman"
    $1600 13
Mizar is the middle star in its handle
    $1600 27
A narrative poem of the century is titled "Sir Gawain and" this color knight
    DD: $1,000 18
The OED says this 12-letter adjective meaning definitely not amazed & impressed dates back to the 1950s
    $2000 7
Often compared to cognac, this French brandy is only distilled once, so it's not as strong
    $2000 25
Pulitzer Prize winner William Kennedy
    $2000 22
Loretta Devine, one of the original "Dreamgirls" on Broadway, plays Dr. Webber's wife Adele on this medical drama
    DD: $1,000 14
A y-shaped group of 4 stars depicts a water jar in this constellation
    $2000 26
Giovanni De'dondi made one in 1364 that included the movements of the sun, moon & 5 planets & a feast calendar
    $2000 19
In January 2012 President Obama praised companies bringing jobs back to America, saying they were doing this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anna-Lise Amy Lindsay
$7,200 $10,400 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The title of this scandalous novel set in 1930s Paris symbolizes "the disease of civilization"

Final scores:

Anna-Lise Amy Lindsay
$5,799 $3,599 $5,100
2-day champion: $21,199 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anna-Lise Amy Lindsay
$7,200 $12,000 $8,200
9 R,
0 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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Game tape date: 2012-02-15
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