Show #6415 - Friday, July 6, 2012


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Susan Cohen, an arts administrator from Belmont, Massachusetts

Henry Doering, a retired public defender from Palm Springs, California

Stephanie Fontaine, an analyst from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
On May 17, 2010 Meryl Streep spoke at this graduation ceremony at Barnard College
    $200 21
Eddrachillis Bay is at the mouth of Loch a Chairn Bhain on this country's northwest coast
    $200 19
This small boy based the perception of his behavior on the removal of a fruit item from pastry
    $200 9
YouTube & Blogger are part of this company, the No. 1 search engine
    $200 4
Amaretto Almond Crunch & Blueberry Crumble are limited edition flavors of this ice cream with an umlaut in its name
    $200 14
"Late Night with" this former "SNL" guy has won 3 primetime Emmys
    DD: $800 2
To begin a process, or to admit a pledge into a college fraternity
    $400 22
Englishman's Bay is on the leeward, or northern, side of this island that's just to the northeast of Trinidad
    $400 20
We're still trying to figure out why royal equines aided in the surgery to save this guy who enjoyed living life on the edge
    $400 10
This newspaper company also gives you information at its website
    $400 5
In 1923 Harry Burt patented these ice cream bars on a stick; bringing a pail of them for patent officials to sample was smart
    $400 15
In the '70s this left-handed tennis player was ranked No. 1 in the world for 160 consecutive weeks
    $600 3
It means to start; pronounced differently, it's the last name of a 1970s Israeli Prime Minister
    $600 23
Escambia Bay connects to Pensacola Bay off this state
    $600 11
AOL owns & this site for information about films playing in your area
    $600 6
An "ice cream parade" through the Blue Hall of Stockholm's city hall is part of the banquet after these awards
    $600 16
His song "Big Bad John" spent 2 weeks at the top of the country charts
    $800 28
Every 4 years the U.S. holds a day named for this ceremony
    $800 24
The East Bay that produced punk musician East Bay Ray is the eastern shore of this California bay
    $800 12
Keep an "eye" on this broadcaster's site; its brands include Urban Baby &
    $800 7
This "original sundae cone" from Nestle is named for its resemblance to part of a fried chicken
    $800 17
In 1985 this actor's wonderful life included getting the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the USA's highest civilian honor
    $1000 27
In 1790, explorer James Bruce published "Travels to discover" this origin point "of the Nile"
    $1000 25
Episkopi Bay is in the Greek sector on the south coast of this island
    $1000 26
Obviously involved in a troubled marriage, this man locked his wife in a large version of the fruit of his dining choice
    $1000 13
IAC sites include College Humor, & this "Daily" news site, Newsweek's online home
    $1000 8
Top off a Japanese meal with these golf-ball-sized ice cream treats wrapped in soft dough
    $1000 18
This man who sang "You Can Get It If You Really Want" is a recipient of Jamaica's Order of Merit

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Stephanie Henry Susan
$1,200 $1,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Henry Susan
$3,200 $1,800 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the [*], you identify the city for us.)
(Alex: We want you to rhyme the response with "quick".)
    $400 6
His September 2011 announcement he'd run to be Russian president again was not greeted with the joy he'd hoped for
    $400 13
"Raising The Hunley" describes the 2000 recovery of a sub lost off the South Carolina Coast during this war
    $400 1
The National Gallery Of Art Of The United States
    $400 18
In the '90s Dennis Franz won 4 Lead Actor Emmys working the beat on this drama
    $400 26
Sturdiest 3-pig construction material
    $400 11
A 1912 work by Marc Chagall is titled after this musician found in the title of a Broadway show
    $800 7
On January 23, 2012 the Supreme Court said police need a warrant to put this type of tracking device on a suspect's car
    $800 14
Wolfgang Frank's "The Sea Wolves" is subtitled "The Story Of German" these submarines "At War"
    $800 2
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Of Art
    $800 19
This sitcom detailed the lives of 4 older ladies living together in Miami in the mid-'80s
    $800 27
A painful cramp of the neck
    $800 12
This Spaniard called some of his pieces "hand-painted dream photographs"
    $1200 8
This purchasing method was big in the Depression; Walmart brought it back in 2011
    $1200 15
"Clear the Bridge!" tells the story of the USS Tang, sunk in WWII when one of her own these made a circular run
    $1200 3
Carnegie Museum Of Natural History
    $1200 20
Ex-Chicago Bull Ken Reeves coached hoops at Carver High on this '70s drama
    $1200 28
Yiddish for a comic's act
    $1200 23
1947's "Lucifer" was one of the first "poured" paintings by this artist
    $1600 9
She ended her presidential campaign right after the 2012 Iowa caucuses
    $1600 16
1928's "Raiders Of The Deep" begins with a German submarine's controversial sinking of this passenger liner
    $1600 4
The Museum Of The American West, formerly named for Gene Autry
    $1600 21
Even after selling one of his paintings for $1 million, Eldin worked on the house of this '90s sitcom title woman
    $1600 29
Term for a magazine printed on glossy paper
    DD: $2,000 24
Edward Hopper captured the isolation of urban life in this 1942 masterpiece depicting a diner that's open late
    DD: $2,000 10
In January 2012 this Mideastern president vowed "an iron hand" against protests
    $2000 17
"Cry From The Deep" recounts the tragic 2000 loss of this Russian nuclear submarine with all hands
    $2000 5
Western Reserve Historical Society
    $2000 22
Hermey the Elf wanted to be a dentist in this 1964 Classic Christmas TV cartoon
    $2000 30
An unbranded calf, or someone who doesn't conform
    $2000 25
Georges Seurat painted a "Sunday Afternoon On" this island, literally "the big platter"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Henry Susan
$11,200 $9,400 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a play subtitle, she's called "the Chinese Sphinx"; in a later opera her suitor calls her "Principessa di Morte"

Final scores:

Stephanie Henry Susan
$22,400 $4,400 $6,200
2-day champion: $35,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephanie Henry Susan
$12,000 $11,400 $10,800
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2012-02-22
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