Show #7325 - Friday, June 17, 2016


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Christopher Denault, a wedding videographer and stay-at-home dad from Carol Stream, Illinois

David Sena, a public interest attorney originally from Claremont, California

Liz Haigney Lynch, a freelance writer and genealogist from Montclair, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will contain two "Y"s.)
    $200 1
Part of an 1824 finale is the "Ode To ____"
    $200 20
At 22,000 square miles, it's the largest lake entirely within one country
    $200 29
This N.J. resort's streets parallel to the ocean were named for bodies of water & the east-west streets for U.S. states
    $200 4
The title of this 2010 film refers to criminal mastermind Gru, voiced by Steve Carell
    $200 11
Because they mean the same thing, mix & blend are said to be these
    $200 30
St. Augustine wrote that "God created all things in" this many days "because the number is perfect"
    $400 2
Mendelssohn composed "Lieder ohne Worte", ____ without words
    $400 16
Donkey-shaped, 60' tall & filled with 8,000 pounds of candy, one of these was opened up in 2008
    $400 25
The Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on this peninsula is one of the world's great diving destinations
    $400 7
This 1995 film was inspired by a limitation of computer animation of that time: everything looked more like plastic
    $400 12
A long, involved, Homeric journey, especially to get home
    $400 23
The L.A. Dodgers went from 1967 to '76 & 1988 to '99 without having a game canceled because of this
    $600 3
In 1951 TV viewers got an opera, "Amahl and the ____ Visitors"
    $600 17
At 2.4 mil. sq. ft. the King of Prussia Mall in this state claims to have more retail space than any other mall in America
    $600 26
This German spa town whose name means "bath bath" is often called the "summer capital of Europe"
    $600 8
The title of this 2016 film refers to a bustling mammal metropolis where officer Judy Hopps comes to work
    $600 13
More than one wife or one husband at the same time; uh oh...
    $600 21
In modern parlance one is supposed to do this dismissive 4-word phrase "because the face isn't listening"
    $800 5
Eugene Loring choreographed Copland's "____ the ____"
    $800 18
The 3 Gorges Dam on this river in China is 1.5 miles wide & generates as much power as 18 nuclear plants
    DD: $2,000 27
The house built by Anton Chekhov in this Crimean resort is now a museum containing some of his personal items
    $800 9
A woolly mammoth, a saber-toothed tiger & a sloth are sub-zero heroes in this chilly 2002 adventure
    $800 14
A bushman of the Kalahari
    $800 22
"Because I could not stop for" him, wrote Emily Dickinson, "he kindly stopped for me"
    $1000 6
Mozart's "Missa Brevis" isn't Opus 259 but ____ 259
    $1000 19
On radio an international audience of over 130 million tunes in to this British network's news programs
    $1000 28
The beautiful turquoise color of this Alberta lake is due to sunlight reflecting off glacial silt
    $1000 10
What if an asteroid didn't hit Earth & an Apatosaurus befriended a human boy named spot, wondered this 2015 film
    $1000 15
Central Asian country with the som as its currency
    $1000 24
After finding this title guy in "Star Trek 3", Kirk says, "Because the needs of the one outweigh the needs of the many"

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

Liz David Christopher
$2,000 $3,600 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz David Christopher
$6,400 $4,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The Caped Crusader gets a "Blurred Lines" singer as a new sidekick & they tour as this duo
    $400 16
Thomas More is executed
    $400 18
The higher the silica content of this 2,200-degree liquid, the higher its viscosity; some types, you just can't outrun
    $400 21
Embassies & political institutions are in this "colorful" fortified area of Baghdad
    $400 14
1919 saw "Ten Days that Shook the World", John Reed's firsthand account of this historic upheaval
    $400 12
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen's manipulative Valerie moved from Buffalo to L.A. & got busy with Dylan on this show
    $800 2
Chris Pratt trains velociraptors & makes loans to countries with an organization founded in 1944
    $800 3
The Boer War begins
    $800 6
The temperature at which ocean water will freeze depends mainly on density & this other -ity
    $800 19
Denver is in this zone, defined in the Federal Code of Regulations title 49, section 71
    $800 24
Sax Rohmer released this Asian villain & his mustache on the U.S. in 1913 with "The Insidious Dr." him
    $800 13
As Kimberly, Marcia Cross ran down Michael with a car, framed Jane for the crime & blew up the complex on this title street
    $1200 10
"Bridesmaids" & "SNL" star who guided Santa's sleigh
    DD: $3,000 4
Oliver Cromwell enters Parliament
    $1200 7
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.) Passenger planes typically cruise at an altitude in the lower part of this atmospheric layer, between the troposphere & the mesosphere
    $1200 20
The nape of the neck may be this type of zone, from a Greek word for love
    DD: $5,200 25
A famous collection of Freud's theories was 1917's "Introductory Lectures on" this process
    $1200 28
Alexis fought with Krystle in a lily pond, among other spots, on this '80s soap
    $1600 11
Black Rock, Nevada annual festival that's used as a football strategy where one player matches up with another
    $1600 5
The Battle of Trafalgar
    $1600 8
This name for a type of glacier tells you it forms at the foot of a mountain
    $1600 22
Some 200 settlers inhabit the "Zone of Alienation" around this 1986 disaster site
    $1600 26
Gregor Samsa is the human transformed into a giant pest in this 1915 novella
    $1600 29
Kaley Cuoco made life miserable for Phoebe, Paige & Piper, real witches themselves on this drama
    $2000 15
Collective name for the small group that picks the president, vice president & pope
    $2000 17
Shakespeare dies
    $2000 9
From the Latin for "whiteness", it's the amount of sunlight reflected back from a planet; for Earth it's about 33%
    $2000 23
The southern one stretches from the tropic of Capricorn to the Antarctic circle
    $2000 27
This German author published "Demian", a novel of a troubled young man seeking enlightenment

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz David Christopher
$21,000 $10,400 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mexico's Programa Frontera Sur aims to secure its 600-mile-long border with this country

Final scores:

Liz David Christopher
$21,100 $14,800 $10,401
2-day champion: $49,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Liz David Christopher
$19,200 $8,400 $7,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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Game tape date: 2016-03-22
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