Show #7613 - Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Contestants

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Chelsea Feltman, an opera singer and actor from Brooklyn, New York

Joanna Kimmitt, a librarian from Long Beach, California

Manny Abell, a Naval officer from Lacey, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $42,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

GREAT PLACES TO PROPOSE
ALSO AN APPLE VARIETY
THEY WENT TO OXFORD
(Alex: And today would be Chuck Berry's 91st birthday, so the category is...)
HAIL! HAIL! CHUCK BERRY
BOOK-POURRI
IF THE HYPHEN BECOMES A LETTER
    $200 16
At a spot near this spectacular site in Africa
    $200 1
Fox TV series that features Lucious, Cookie & Jamal Lyon
    $200 6
He studied English at Oxford, and it was there that he acted in first film
    $200 25
Chuck was born in this Missouri city in 1926 & passed away nearby in 2017
    $200 11
Look out! In a Dr. Seuss sequel title, this beastly character "Comes Back"
    $200 26
The hyphen in the newspaper's viewpoint page becomes a "T":
this word meaning "chose"
    $400 17
In Agra, before this monument to eternal love
    $400 2
The object seen here--take a swing
    $400 7
Receiving a B.A. in jurisprudence, he probably never dreamed he'd have a space telescope named for him
    $400 21
It was the avian name of Chuck's celebrated stage walk
    $400 12
"The Elephant to Hollywood", his memoir, goes from poverty-stricken England to success in Hollywood
    $400 27
The hyphen in a car's 180 becomes a "P":
this good day for the market
    $600 18
High atop this British attraction
    $600 3
Officially, it's the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, but most people know it as the Met this
    $600 8
This Australian-born media mogul & News Corp founder cashed in on a master's from Oxford in 1953
    $600 22
This Rolling Stones axeman said Chuck once punched him in the face for touching his guitar
    DD: $800 13
The subtitle of this numerical book by Eliot Asinof is "The Black Sox and the 1919 World Series"
    $600 28
The hyphen in a mixed dorm becomes a "D":
you've done this, written a computer program
    $800 19
On this oldest bridge in Paris, whose name means otherwise
    $800 4
British slicker
    $800 9
This longtime opposition leader of Myanmar attended Oxford, where she met future husband Michael Aris
    $800 23
The many stars paying tribute to Chuck in the 1987 doc "Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll" included this "Long Tall Sally"
    $800 14
Anita Diamant's "The Red Tent" is a novel of Dinah, Jacob's daughter, only briefly mentioned in this Bible book
    $800 29
The hyphen in something you can do to a document via computer becomes an "N":
this Navy rank
    $1000 20
On a beach on this Caribbean island, named for a female saint, with one of its famous volcanic peaks in the background
    $1000 5
Perhaps what Dame Maggie's grandkids call her
    $1000 10
An Oxford student & math teacher, he started writing stories to amuse the daughter of Dean Liddell
    $1000 24
This 1958 Chuck classic about a guitar-playing wunderkind went! went! to No. 8 on the charts
    $1000 15
Saul Bellow's "Adventures of" this character follows a poor Jewish kid growing up in Chicago in the Depression
    $1000 30
The hyphen in a kids' movie indicator becomes a "Y":
what Elvis' hips did

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

Manny Joanna Chelsea
$1,400 $3,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Manny Joanna Chelsea
$6,000 $4,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS
X ABBREVIATIONS
THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
STATUES
WATERWORKS
THE ELECTRIC COMPANY
    $400 1
A book about "Greek Music... in Antiquity and the Middle Ages" is titled "Apollo's" this stringed instrument
    $400 30
XS & XL are these sizes when referring to clothing
    $400 22
In 806 he wanted to break up his empire by dividing it among his 3 sons; by 813 there was 1 son left & the empire endured
    $400 9
Broken chains representing the tyranny that she has escaped lie at this 111-foot statue's feet
    $400 6
Like swimming pools, water treatment plants add this second-lightest halogen element to kill germs
    $400 29
Tom Lehrer wrote songs for the show, like one about this letter that likes to "turn a can into a cane"
    $800 2
This long, powerful horn used by mountaineers is named for a fixture of Swiss geography
    $800 18
XXX represents strength in this type of beer, like Ballantine
    $800 17
1356's Golden Bull stipulated that the emperor would be chosen by these voters, like the ones in Article II of the Constitution
    $800 10
Of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, one of the 2 that were statues
    $800 7
Some kids in Africa use playpumps, these hyphenated items AKA roundabouts that pump clean water for extra fun
    $800 28
The father of this "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator was once the show's head writer
    $1200 3
This booming Aboriginal instrument can be 15 feet long & one end can be placed in a tin can for resonance
    $1200 19
In running races, XC stands for this type away from the track
    $1200 14
In 1683 it was the Poles to the rescue when Vienna was under attack from this other empire led by Mehmed IV
    $1200 11
With the same subject as many of his paintings, the sculpture seen here is by this artist
    $1200 8
Julia, Claudia & Anio Novus were the names of 3 ancient these that supplied Rome with water
    $1200 27
Rita Moreno, who played Carmela, was known for opening the show with this rousing 3-word cry
    $1600 4
Big in Austria, this end-of-the-alphabet instrument is flat & wooden & has 30 or more strings
    DD: $5,000 20
The element with atomic number 54 gets this chemical symbol
    $1600 15
The investiture controversy between the empire & the papacy was settled by 1122's Concordat of this "vermiform" city
    DD: $3,000 12
The Central Park statue of this man astride his horse was a gift from the government of Venezuela
    $1600 23
Israel's Sorek desalination plant uses "reverse" this process to make the Mediterranean drinkable
    $1600 26
Like "Sesame Street", "'The Electric Company" was a product of the CTW, short for this
    $2000 5
Noted for its triangular body, this Russian instrument traces its origins to a 17th century 3-stringed lute
    $2000 21
In language code xh is used to represent the tongue of this Bantu people
    $2000 16
The Imperial Diet, or main legislative body, had this German name, also applied to a building burned under the Nazis
    $2000 13
A 170-foot summons to the people of this country to defend it against invaders is known as "The Motherland Calls"
    $2000 24
(Kelly shows an image of a dam on the monitor.) To relieve pressure on dams, when the body of water they restrain becomes full, these passages are fashioned to allow water to go over, around or through the dam
    $2000 25
Cartoon segments featuring Wile E. Coyote & the Road Runner were created by this man

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Manny Joanna Chelsea
$19,000 $9,600 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC CONNECTIONS
A 1796 medical experiment with an English farm girl ultimately led to this breakthrough announced in Geneva May 8, 1980

Final scores:

Manny Joanna Chelsea
$2,000 $9,999 $8,799
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,999 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Manny Joanna Chelsea
$15,600 $9,600 $13,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
3 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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