Show #6628 - Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Contestants

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Erin Murphy, a hospice nurse from Villa Hills, Kentucky

Andre Green, a data analyst from Somerville, Massachusetts

Tim Anderson, a Spanish professor from Rockford, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $56,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

A BUNCH OF BOOKS
AMERICAN FOOD & DRINK
THEIR MIDDLE INITIAL
NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS
LEGENDS OF ROCK
AN UNFINISHED CATEG
    $200 7
John Steinbeck, 1937:
"Of ___ and ___"
    $200 12
Packets of this fruity soft drink were first sold through the mail in 1927 for 10 cents apiece
    $200 1
Philanthropist John Rockefeller
    $200 13
A California park named for this WWII icon commemorates the women who worked in wartime industries
    $200 6
Bruce Springsteen & Bon Jovi were among the rockers at the 12-12-12 benefit concert to help victims of this disaster
    $200 22
Revis knocks down Romo's throw in the end zone! The pass is ruled...
    $400 8
Umberto Eco, 1980:
"The ___ of the ___"
    $400 18
Some recipes for this sweet treat call for beets instead of food coloring
    $400 2
Director Cecil DeMille
    $400 14
It sounds like a building, but it's the name of the village that was the site of an 1865 surrender, now a historical park
    $400 27
School's been out a long time, but it wasn't until 2011 that this legend was inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame
    $400 23
Like an apple pie that's only been in the oven 30 minutes, your plan is half-...
    $600 9
First book in a George R.R. Martin series:
"A ___ of ___s"
    $600 19
Paging this soda brand, a deli favorite that comes in flavors like Cream, Black Cherry & the ever-popular Cel-Ray
    $600 3
Late pundit William Buckley, Jr.
    DD: $1,000 15
Concord, Massachusetts has a visitor center for the park with this kind of soldier in its name
    $600 28
In 2011 Rod Stewart & this Fleetwood Mac singer joined forces for the "Heart & Soul" tour
    $600 24
Setting up your business, the first "L" in an LLC stands for...
    $800 10
Joseph Conrad, 1902:
"___ of ___"
    $800 20
Delmonico's in NYC is credited with creating this brunch dish served on an English muffin, with hollandaise sauce
    $800 4
TV & radio broadcaster Edward Murrow
    $800 16
A New Bedford, Massachusetts park commemorates this 19th c. industry with a museum & a schooner
    $800 29
The 2013 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees include this "Magic Man" sister act
    $800 25
Whether using it to mean not total (as in credit on a test) or biased, the word you're looking for is...
    $1000 11
Tom Wolfe, 1987:
"The ___ of the ___s"
    $1000 21
This large, juicy peach from Georgia was named for the wife of its developer, Samuel H. Rumph
    $1000 5
Writer Hunter Thompson
    $1000 17
In Kalaupapa Park on Molokai, you can visit the highest sea cliffs in the world & this priest's grave
    $1000 30
Since 1968 he's been on the cover of Rolling Stone 23 times--a 2011 issue celebrated his 70th birthday & his 70 greatest songs
    $1000 26
"Because good writing." is an example of what grammarians call a sentence...

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

Tim Andre Erin
$4,000 $4,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Andre Erin
$8,400 $6,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

EGRETS ONLY
ARCHITECTURE
AROUND THE WORLD
MOVIES BY COUPLE
THE REFORMATION
WHAT A "FUN" TIME
    $400 23
Egretta alba is known as the great egret or the great this color egret
    $400 2
Zaha Hadid's Cincinnati building that lets you see all the curating going on is the U.S.A.'s first of these a woman designed
    $400 3
The ruins of ancient Carthage are found in what is today this North African nation
    $400 1
1997:
Jack & Rose
    $400 12
This king's demand for an annulment aided the spread of the Reformation to England
    $400 17
A kitchen aid, or a cloud that might become a tornado
    $800 30
Aigrettes, these parts of egrets, were so popular over 100 years ago, demand for them almost wiped the birds out
    DD: $1,200 4
Amiens Cathedral is an example of Rayonnant, a phase of this style of architecture that features radiant lines of tracery
    $800 8
One of the 2 "c"ounties in the Irish province of Munster
    $800 21
1965:
Yuri & Lara
    $800 13
Some reformers insisted that this initiatory rite be performed not on infants but on adults who had made a choice
    $800 18
A baseball tossed in the air & batted to give fielding practice
    DD: $5,000 25
In 1953 an egret in flight was chosen as the symbol of this society formed in 1905
    $1200 5
A pilaster is one of these with a capital & base like free-standing ones, but rectangular & set into a wall
    $1200 9
The name of this Honduran capital is often shortened to "Tegus"
    $1200 24
2001:
Christian & Satine
    $1200 14
The Reformation's greatest leaders were Martin Luther in Germany & this Geneva-based Frenchman
    $1200 19
Use it to kill ringworm
    $1600 26
Socially, egrets live in these, which makes them sound like they lived during the American Revolution
    $1600 6
Greene & Greene built classic California cottages with low, sloping roofs, known by this name from the Hindi
    $1600 10
One of the 2 gulfs separated by the Sinai Peninsula
    $1600 27
2012:
depressed young widow Tiffany & recent mental patient & Philadelphia Eagles fan Pat
    $1600 15
Contrary to church doctrine, the Reformation declared that grace was a reward for this, not for works
    $1600 20
George Clinton's specialty, or Adam Wagnalls' partner
    $2000 29
The egret is prominently featured on the back of this South American nation's five real note
    $2000 7
This covered walkway surrounding a court usually links a church to other buildings of a monastery
    $2000 11
In Australia, Northern Territory is directly east of this 2-word state
    $2000 28
2004:
Noah & Allie (played by Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams)
    $2000 16
Around 1545 the Catholic Church launched this movement to oppose the Protestants
    $2000 22
Show us you know the ropes and give us this fancy name for a high-wire acrobat

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Andre Erin
$24,800 $20,200 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY HISTORY
In terms of British monarchs, it's next in the sequence seventh, fifth, eighth, sixth...

Final scores:

Tim Andre Erin
$9,199 $25,200 $8,800
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tim Andre Erin
$24,000 $16,400 $4,800
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $45,200

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