Show #7328 - Wednesday, June 22, 2016


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Cary Finkelstein, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Megan Mills, a teacher from Fairfax, Virginia

Laurie MacDougall, a cancer registrar originally from Medford, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to fill in a single team player for us.)
(Alex: Not in fashion.)
    $200 11
The west side of the Berlin Wall was a fine place for this type of art that gets its name from the Latin for "wall"
    $200 26
"The last known survivor stalks his prey in the night and he's watching us all with the eye of the ____"
    $200 6
This verb can mean to swing gently, to play electric guitar or to wear a certain item with great style
    $200 1
A Th.D. from Duke Divinity School is a doctor of this
    $200 17
Many Italian cities feature this type of building, but only Milan's had D.H. Lawrence call it "an imitation hedgehog"
    $200 16
Monday: You went way into the back of the closet for the jacket with these oversized inserts, big in the 1980s
    $400 12
A pair of paintings on 2 panels, often hinged together, is called this, from the Greek for "double folded"
    $400 27
Juice Newton:
"Just call me ____ of the morning, ____. Just touch my cheek before you leave"
    $400 7
It might be good to avoid this word that can mean "every 3 1/2 days" or "every 14 days"
    $400 2
Before global warming was a thing, Marvin Gaye put this -ology into the subtitle of his song "Mercy Mercy Me"
    $400 18
This man founded his fascist movement in Milan in 1919; 3 years later he was dictator
    $400 22
Tuesday: This bag, named because it was meant to be worn in the back
    $600 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a sketch on the monitor.) To give the illusion of shade or texture in a drawing, artists create a mesh-like pattern of lines in a technique called this
    $600 28
"Quicker than a ____ of light"
    DD: $3,000 8
Around 2008 this negative word that had been doing fine as a verb was popular as a noun, often preceded by "epic"
    $600 3
Egyptology got a big push from the discovery of his tomb in 1922
    $600 19
Milan was devastated in 452 by this barbarian king known as "The Scourge of God"
    $600 23
Wednesday: The hair in back has gotten too long & now I'm sporting this hairstyle, aka the Missouri Compromise
    $800 15
This blue-green oxidation of bronze & copper is sometimes induced artificially
    $800 29
Jimmy Buffett:
"Yes, I am a ____, 200 years too late, the cannons don't thunder, there's nothing to plunder"
    $800 9
This adjective meaning "having the most victories" is a fairly recent sports page creation
    $800 4
He specialized in escapology, as seen in his "milk can escape", introduced in 1908
    $800 20
In 1992 this band let us know, "I'm too sexy for Milan, too sexy for Milan, New York & Japan"
    $800 24
Thursday: Black socks with these German sandals that trace their origins to 1774
    $1000 14
This type of illusionism means "deceive the eye" in French
    $1000 30
Andrews Sisters:
"Drinkin' rum & Coca-Cola... both mother & daughter, workin' for the ____ dollar"
    $1000 10
"Rankle" is traditionally this kind of objectless verb; not "his insults rankled me" but just "his insults rankled"
    $1000 5
Dendrochronology counts, measures & analyzes these to date & interpret past events
    $1000 21
You may never "tire" of seeing this company's building in Milan, or visiting its flagship PZero store there
    $1000 25
Friday: Khakis with these at the waistband; they create a fullness at the hips that really isn't so flattering

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

Laurie Megan Cary
$6,000 $0 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Megan Cary
$7,800 $2,800 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
For a charity auction in 2008, she wrote an 800-word Harry Potter prequel
    $400 1
Bruce Willis won a Guest Actor Emmy in 2000 for playing Rachel's boyfriend on this comedy
    $400 11
"Das Rheingold" is the first opera in his "Ring" cycle
    $400 16
To pulsate with pain
    $400 17
A former mint in this capital is now the Nevada State Museum
    $400 24
It's the better-known first name used by Carlos Ray Norris, a "Texas Ranger" on TV
    $800 2
Published posthumously in 1977, "The Silmarillion" is a prequel to this trilogy
    $800 7
This comedian's show won in 2015 for the parody song "Girl You Don't Need Make-Up"--turns out she does
    $800 18
Tchaikovsky composed an opera about her based on Schiller's drama "Die Jungfrau von Orleans"
    $800 12
When there's this type of "rule", no one is in charge
    $800 22
Mount Spurr & Mount Shishaldin are these, of which Alaska has more than any other state
    $800 25
In 1981 he became the first crowned monarch to make an official visit to Communist China
    DD: $2,600 6
In a follow-up to an earlier novel, "Closing Time" by this author revisits Yossarian & Milo Minderbinder in NYC in the 1990s
    $1200 8
In 1980 it was James Burrows vs. 4 "M*A*S*H" episodes for directing, & Jim won for this show's "Louie & the Nice Girl" episode
    $1200 19
(Alex reads from the Metropolitan Opera.) Although he was Hungarian, Franz Lehée set his operetta, "The Merry Widow", in this city in 1905; one of the settings is the Art-Nouveau restaurant Maxim's
    $1200 13
Mediterranean bean used as a chocolate substitute
    $1200 23
A Spanish galleon & one of these later transports adorn Florida's state quarter
    DD: $2,800 26
In 2000 this legendary musician won 8 Grammys, including Album of the Year
    $1600 4
Published 2 years later, it was A.A. Milne's sequel to "Winnie-the-Pooh"
    $1600 9
In 2011 & 2012 Margo Martindale & Jeremy Davies won back-to-back Supporting Acting Emmys for roles on this FX show
    $1600 20
Goro is the marriage broker who arranges a wedding for Cio-Cio-San in this opera
    $1600 14
San Francisco hill named for the tycoons who built mansions there
    $1600 30
Rockaway Inlet is the only outlet of this NYC bay on which JFK Airport is located
    $1600 27
The terrorist known by this 3-word nickname is serving life for 3 murders in Paris in 1975; he also does not like the name
    $2000 5
John Grisham returned to Clanton, Mississippi for "Sycamore Row", a sequel to this first novel of his
    $2000 10
In 1969 Steve Martin & Bob Einstein (aka Super Dave Osborne) won for writing these rhyming siblings' "Comedy Hour"
    $2000 21
(Alex reads from the Metropolitan Opera.) American composer John Adams broke new ground by using a recent event as the subject for an opera, this title man's historic 1972 visit to China
    $2000 15
Any wealthy or powerful person, from a Hindi word for a European who made a large fortune in India
    $2000 29
An old burial ground in Rhode Island contains the grave of Elizabeth Pabodie, daughter of this Pilgrim couple
    $2000 28
In poems such as "Spring and All", this 3-named writer emphasized the overlooked beauty of the world around us

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Megan Cary
$29,200 $6,800 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Excluding Russia, it has the longest mainland coastline of any European country, 15,626 miles

Final scores:

Laurie Megan Cary
$25,000 $1,201 $7,400
2-day champion: $51,700 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Laurie Megan Cary
$23,800 $6,800 $7,400
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
13 R,
3 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2016-03-24
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