Show #7587 - Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Contestants

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Chris Fennell, a professor from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Linda Shaver-Gleason, a musicologist from Lompoc, California

Laura Kelsay, a hotel desk reception clerk from Grand Island, Nebraska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
ALSO A BASEBALL WORD
VICKI LEAKS
REALITY TV
20th CENTURY NOVELS
WORKS LIKE A CHARM
    $200 1
This artist who portrayed the Moulin Rouge in his paintings was a character in the film "Moulin Rouge!"
    $200 19
A bargain so amazing it's almost like you're paying nothing
    $200 10
Victoria Woodhull's weekly was the first American magazine to publish this Marx-Engels opus in English
    $200 2
Alex Boyland & Chris Luca hit 5 continents & logged 52,000 miles to claim the $1 million prize on this CBS show
    $200 6
This book by Tolkien begins by telling us the title figure lived in a hole in the ground
    $200 22
In 1975 Waldo the Wizard briefly replaced this cereal's leprechaun mascot in some mascots
    $400 15
One of her paintings of the 1940s is "Over the River to Grandma's House" (was it her own house?)
    $400 20
You pour it to make pancakes
    $400 11
It's a shoe in--the Roman goddess Victoria was the equivalent of this Greek goddess
    $400 3
Jordan Lloyd was locked in a house & spied on 24/7 on this show to win $500K (which she said she'd use to buy a house!)
    $400 7
Alex, the narrator of this novel by Anthony Burgess, speaks Nadsat, a combination of Russian & Cockney English
    $400 23
Like a Chinese chicken dish, Charms candy pops come in this alliterative pair of contrasting flavors
    $600 16
Dürer depicted this Roman hero at labor, shooting the man-eating birds of the Stymphalian marshes
    $600 21
In 1894 the federal government used an injunction to break up a railway one of these
    $600 12
In Houston with husband Joel, Victoria Osteen is a "co-" one of these, from the Latin for "shepherd"
    $600 4
He wasn't afraid to talk about his band--that'd be Kiss, he'd have you know--on "Family Jewels"
    $600 8
Paul Baumer hopes to come out of World War I alive in this anti-war novel by Erich Maria Remarque
    $600 24
In the "Sun and Moon" edition of this 20-year-old game from Japan, the shiny charm helps to catch the title critters
    $800 17
Discovered on an Aegean island on April 8, 1820, this marble statue was presented to Louis XVIII, who donated it to the Louvre
    $800 29
A result of tar distillation, or a sales spiel directed your way
    $800 13
Austrian-born Vicki Baum wrote "Menschen im Hotel", which became this Oscar-winning 1932 film
    $800 5
Bravo! Heather Dubrow helped color the world of southern southern California on this reality show
    $800 9
Don't ask a librarian for Evelyn Waugh's "Brideshead"; this 1945 novel is not actually a sequel
    $800 25
The user's manual says the first step in assembling the Motorola CHARM for use is to insert this card
    $1000 28
Though the Spanish court painter, he portrayed the vulgarity of the family of Charles IV
    $1000 14
Although she had 9 children, Queen Victoria was the last monarch of this royal house
    $1000 18
"ANTM" is short for this reality competition show
    DD: $1,200 27
A domesticated dog reverts to its wild state in "The Call of the Wild"; the opposite happens in this other book by Jack London
    $1000 26
In 2013 TechCrunch called Charm, a then-new one of these, "Tinder meets Vine"

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

Laura Linda Chris
$2,200 $2,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Linda Chris
$6,600 $4,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

"CROSS"WORDS
MULTIPLE ROLES, SAME FILM
MAGIC & SORCERY IN THE BIBLE
(Alex: We have military devices that have been anagrammed in...)
WHIRLED OF WARCRAFT
TRAVEL FRANCE
BONE VOYAGE
    $400 5
It's the sport seen here--remember the category title
    $400 12
In this 1961 film Hayley Mills played twins separated as babies; LIndsay Lohan starred in the 1998 remake
    $400 10
After seeing Moses' miracles, the ruler with this title called forth his own magicians to perform some of their own
    $400 26
It goes deep:
MAN BRUISE
    $400 1
In 1889 a weather station was installed on its third & highest floor to measure wind speed & air pressure
    $400 17
On April 21, 1865 the bodies of him & his long-dead son Willie began a 20-day, 1,700-mile funeral journey
    $800 6
They're on the flag known as the Jolly Roger
    $800 13
Frank Morgan had 5 roles in this 1939 classic, including Professor Marvel, the carriage driver & the title role
    $800 21
This Babylonian king had his own group of magicians, but it was Daniel who interpreted his dreams
    $800 27
In olden days, it could make people hurl:
CLAP TAUT
    $800 2
You could spend a delightful day visiting this artist's house and gardens in Giverny
    $800 18
In 1562, almost 500 years after this Norman's greatest victory, Huguenots ransacked his tomb, scattering his bones
    $1200 7
In 1139 the church banned this weapon with a riflelike stock, saying it was "hateful to God" & unfit for Christians
    $1200 14
28 years before Obi-Wan Kenobi, he played 8 members of a family in 1949's "Kind Hearts and Coronets"
    $1200 22
In the city of Paphos, this apostle blinded a sorcerer who tried to oppose him
    $1200 28
Large & in charge barge:
ERRATIC CAR FRIAR
    $1200 3
The Place aux Herbes in this "saintly" resort town on the Riviera is a charming area of veggie, fruit & flower stalls
    $1200 19
The remains of Tatanka Yotanka, AKA this Sioux leader, were taken by his nephew from North Dakota to South Dakota
    $1600 8
Medically speaking, it's the testing of the compatibility of the blood of a donor & recipient
    DD: $1,200 15
In 1940's "The Great Dictator", this comedian played a Jewish barber & a takeoff of Hitler named Adenoid Hynkel
    DD: $1,500 23
This Phoenician princess & wife of King Ahab was accused of practicing witchcraft as queen of Israel
    $1600 29
I M4 this vehicle, named for a 19th century guy:
SMARTEN ANKH
    $1600 4
The 3,000 granite megaliths at Carnac in this farthest-west region of France may date back to 4000 B.C.
    $1600 20
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a portrait on the monitor.) After dying an enemy of the state in 1778, this French philosopher became the posthumous hero of the revolution, and in 1791, his body was paraded to the Bastille tower where he had chosen his pen name
    $2000 9
If you're esotropic, you're this
    $2000 16
This actor played the Winklevoss twins Cameron & Tyler in "The Social Network"
    $2000 24
This desperate king of Israel consulted the witch of Endor even though he himself had banned sorcery & magic
    $2000 30
A WWII British fighter:
PIER FIST
    $2000 11
The pope's private chambers & the Great Chapel are among the highlights in this city's Palace of the Popes
    $2000 25
Most of this Romantic poet who died helping Greek freedom fighters made it back to England; his lungs stayed in Greece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Linda Chris
$22,100 $13,400 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

21st CENTURY GRAMMYS
This singer has won Album, Record & Song of the Year twice, the only artist to do so

Final scores:

Laura Linda Chris
$27,900 $24,001 $22,101
2-day champion: $42,300 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laura Linda Chris
$22,400 $13,400 $12,000
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
0 W
15 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $47,800

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