Show #7802 - Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Contestants

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Doug Dworkin, a business and technology consultant from New York, New York

Becky Wilson, an operations engineer from Aurora, Colorado

Wes Hazard, a standup comic and storyteller from Stoughton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

GOOD GROOMING
OPERA HEROINES
TIME RHYME
KING OF THE CASTLE
EXTREME SPORTS?
THE FBI's 10 MOST WANTED LIST
    $200 2
Revlon's slant tip type of this implement is shaped to fit bushy brows
    $200 6
She & her brother push the witch into an oven, freeing all the children from their gingerbread state
    $200 16
A very trendy 7-day period
    $200 21
Fontainebleau, 1643-1715:
Le roi, c'est moi
    $200 26
Watching baseball makes me think it has both the most statistics & the most examples of this behavior AKA expectoration
    $200 1
When this man introduced the list in 1950, Thomas Holden was at the top
    $400 3
Try coconut oil on these pads of skin at the base of nails if they get ragged
    $400 7
She throws away Don Jose's ring & in a rage, Don Jose stabs her to death outside a bullring
    $400 17
An eventual stitch for a wound
    $400 22
The former Edo Castle, 1926-1989:
This emperor
    $400 27
In 2017 Forbes Magazine listed this NFL team that plays in Arlington as the world's most valuable at $4.8 billion
    $400 11
Many protested when this woman was added to the list in 1970--she was later acquitted
    $600 4
The ASPCA says you can make this for your dog from baking soda & water
    $600 8
After his arranged wedding to this 15-year-old Japanese girl, naval officer B.F. Pinkerton sails to America
    $600 18
A wise expert on the Bronze or Iron time span
    $600 23
El Pardo, 1975-2014:
This recent abdicator
    $600 28
With as many as 25, this superstar may have had the most nicknames in NBA history, including "Diesel" & "The Big Baryshnikov"
    $600 12
When the FBI caught thief James Ringrose, he handed them one of these cards from a board game--didn't work
    $800 5
The Army has style rules, like max 1/8" of skin between these, defined as "hair rolled or braided closely to the scalp"
    $800 9
In "La Boheme" this seamstress who suffers from tuberculosis tells Rodolfo that her real name is Lucia
    $800 19
Calculated 1/60th of a minute
    $800 24
Neuschwanstein Castle, 1864-1886:
This mad man
    $800 29
Most faked injuries? Gotta be soccer, where faking an injury is called this, also an Olympic sport
    $800 13
Andrew Cunanan made the list a month before he shot this fashion designer in 1997
    $1000 15
Rough elbows can benefit from this type of product that hydrates & softens, from the Latin for "soft"
    $1000 10
Joan Sutherland is seen here as the daughter of this military group in a Donizetti work
    $1000 20
I know a guy for whom Pete's Wicked Ale had this 4-word distinction for 1993
    $1000 25
Windsor Castle, 1936-1952:
This father of a queen
    DD: $1,000 14
The list was already full, but this man was specially added in April 1968 after a high-profile Memphis murder

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

Wes Becky Doug
$1,200 $2,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Becky Doug
$3,600 $4,000 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TYPES
POP SONG OVERLAPS
ENDANGERED ANIMALS
YESTERCAREER
FROM Z TO A
NAT GEO
    $400 2
Umberto Eco said this flower "is a symbolic figure so rich in meanings that now it hardly has any meaning left"
    $400 7
"Don't Be ____ To Be Kind"
    $400 1
Ocean dwellers with colorful names on the endangered list include the green turtle & this most massive animal
    $400 12
A vintager was a harvester of these
    $400 24
Scientists in South Africa are trying to bring back the quagga, a species of this that became extinct in the 19th century
    $400 19
Raised in Chicago, Nat King Cole sang this song about a road that runs from the Windy City to L.A.
    $800 3
The actions of a crewman under 18th c. captain George Shelvocke were an inspiration for this Coleridge poem
    $800 8
"The Lion Sleeps ____ I'm Yours"
    DD: $2,000 9
Found only in Vietnam & Laos the saola has parallel horns, yet it's also called "the Asian" this mythical creature
    $800 15
Essential before an extended journey, a caulker made sure this, the frame of a ship, was watertight
    $800 25
It follows epsilon
    $800 20
Some think his "one life to give" was taken in NYC in 1776 near 3rd Ave. & 66th St.; others, in City Hall Park
    $1200 4
Korean-born Min Jin Lee wrote a 2017 book with this Japanese pinball game as its title
    $1200 11
"Sweet ____ Compares 2 U"
    $1200 10
This longest river in China is home to the finless porpoise, now critically endangered
    $1200 16
A spinner made this
    $1200 26
Get moving & get fit with this program that combines Latin dance moves with aerobic exercise
    $1200 21
Nat Turner, who was born & died in this state, tried to lead his rebellion through the Dismal Swamp located there
    $1600 5
In 2012 this author of "Portnoy's Complaint" & "The Human Stain" announced his retirement from writing
    $1600 13
"Bleeding ____ On The Rocks"
    $1600 29
The Badlands in South Dakota are home to the black-footed type of this weasel, back from the brink of extinction
    $1600 17
The knocker-upper, with a long pole or a peashooter to aim at windows, has been replaced by this bedside device
    $1600 27
Costing a fraction of the price, one of the most popular diamond substitutes is cubic this
    $1600 22
As governor of Georgia starting in 2011, Nathan Deal has worked on a major expansion of this port
    DD: $2,000 6
In Sauk Centre, Minnesota, a street (not Main Street), is named for this author born there in 1885
    $2000 14
"Teenage ____ Police"
    $2000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Como Park Zoo in St. Paul, Minnesota.) Como Zoo offers programs to help raise awareness about orangutans, because largely to deforestation, the numbers are dwindling in their last two native habitats, leaving about 50,000 orangutans on Borneo & only 14,000 on this Indonesian island to the west
    $2000 18
Author/magistrate Henry Fielding professionalized this job when he started the Bow Street runners
    $2000 28
Lusaka is its capital & largest city
    $2000 23
Social & jazz critic Nat Hentoff also wrote a memoir about his youth in the Roxbury section of this city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Becky Doug
$13,200 $18,400 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AGRICULTURE
Turkey is the world's largest producer of these fruits; its town of Cerasus was famous for them

Final scores:

Wes Becky Doug
$12,395 $10,399 $0
2-day champion: $26,795 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Wes Becky Doug
$13,200 $18,400 $2,600
16 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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