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    $800 13
The ACLU sometimes acts as a friend of the court, usually dealing with these issues, the middle 2 letters in ACLU
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Show #7947 - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Contestants

Barton Wong, a senior trading associate from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Evan Sroka, a strategy and business development executive from Santa Monica, California

Elaine Wilson, a layout artist from Manassas, Virginia (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $15,100)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And no matter which museum you enter, you always...)
EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP
COLORFUL BANDS
THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS
FRUIT SALAD
CIA WORLD FACTBOOK NO. 1s
FEELINGS
    $200 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia):

Visit the Franklin Institute gift shop, buy a copy of "Poor Richard's Almanack,"and take some of Ben Franklin's wisdom with you, like, "He that lies down with dogs shall rise up with these"
    $200 9
I gotta feeling you'll know that "I Gotta Feeling" was a No. 1 hit for will.i.am & this group
    $200 2
The stock market closes down 13% on Black Monday & 12% on Black Tuesday
    $200 8
Zin for short, this grape was introduced to California during the gold rush years
    $200 1
Monaco leads in this: it's 89.40 years from birth
    $200 15
A UCLA study says 2/3 of college freshmen report feeling this longing for the place they're from
    $400 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Paisley Park):

Guitar picks and tote bags at Paisley Park feature this symbol that combines the male and female gender signs and was Prince's name for a period of time during a contract dispute
    $400 10
Flea & Anthony Kiedis of this group first met when they were in high school
    $400 3
Hitler takes all of Czechoslovakia
    $400 14
Henderson ruby is one variety of this citrus fruit that some have half of for breakfast
    $400 4
Saudi Arabia: exports of this, 7.3 million barrels a day
    $400 21
Ms. Adamson or Ms. Behar
    $600 18
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia):

At the Betsy Ross House, you can buy a replica of Betsy's famous flag and proudly wave a total of this many stars and stripes combined
    $600 25
Wait. . .wait. . . now name this Adam Levine band that had "Wait" on the charts in 2018
    DD: $1,000 11
It's carved on Plymouth Rock
    $600 28
Chinese gooseberry is an alternate name for this Down Under fruit
    $600 5
The United States: 13,513 of these, including Logan & McCarran
    $600 22
Shakespeare was the first to call it the "green-eyed monster"
    $800 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden):

At the Nobel Museum shop, you can pick up our own chocolate medal with Alfred Nobel on the front or admire a replica of the literature one on which a young writer listens to one of these mythic inspirations singing.
    $800 26
A fire at a Frank Zappa concert inspired this band's song "Smoke On The Water"
    $800 12
The Rough Riders battle at San Juan Hill
    $800 29
This fruit named for the islands of southernmost Florida is bitter rather than sour
    $800 6
China: 731 million users of this technological network
    $800 23
Tim Curry saw "you shiver with" this, hope or intu...ition
    $1000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Eric Carle Museum in Amherst, MA):

The Eric Carle Museum has temporary tattoos of some of the animals in Carle's first book, the ones who ask this creature, "What do you see?"
    $1000 27
Seen here are the members of this duo, part of the garage/rock revival.
    $1000 13
Sputnik 1 launches the space race
    $1000 30
Gardener John Paxton cultivated the most popular variety of this fruit & named it for his employer, William Cavendish
    $1000 7
South Africa: 7.2 million people living with this communicable affliction
    $1000 24
Dylan Thomas said to do this, this "against the dying of the light"

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

Elaine Evan Barton
$2,200 $1,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Evan Barton
$4,600 $4,200 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FROM THE MERMAID'S LOCKER
FRIEND OF THE COURT
TV ROLE, MOVIE ROLE
(Alex: We'll give you both, and you identify the individual.)
WOMEN AUTHORS
A HOLE IN THE GROUND
THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT "P"
    $400 16
One of these instruments with a magnetized needle, from a navigator who should've avoided that reef
    $400 12
A 1994 letter from Mother Teresa called this 1973 abortion rights decision "tragic and destructive"
    $400 7
Mork from Ork; Mrs. Doubtfire
    $400 1
She lived on public assistance between jobs as a French teacher, then wrote about a boy wizard, conjuring millions
    $400 11
19th century County Supervisor Julian Chavez got this type of deep valley named for him in Los Angeles
    $400 3
Sometimes found before "intellectual", it has stepped out on its own as a 6-letter word for fake
    $800 17
From a pirate ship, a tompion, a plug placed in the muzzle of one of these to protect it from water when loaded
    $800 13
The ACLU sometimes acts as a friend of the court, usually dealing with these issues, the middle 2 letters in ACLU
    $800 8
Regional manager Michael Scott; Bobby Riggs in "Battle of the Sexes"
    $800 2
Barack Obama's favorite book of 2018 was this memoir by a former first lady
    $800 24
Al D'Amato was known as "Senator" this opening in the pavement because he got them fixed for constituents
    $800 4
It means inflated with air, as in that type of tire
    $1200 23
A coral & gold chain of beads for this Catholic devotion--must have fallen overboard
    DD: $3,000 14
P.J. O'Rourke weighed in on a case about whether an Ohio law criminalizing false statements violated this amendment
    $1200 9
Anna Faris' "Mom"; Tonya Harding's mom
    $1200 15
Delia Owens used the marshes of North Carolina as the setting for her bestseller "Where" these, aka crayfish, "Sing"
    $1200 27
Water buildup on your cropland? Dig this alliterative waterway to let it flow elsewhere
    $1200 5
The silent "P" comes third in this word for the place you might keep plates or spices
    $1600 20
The Cato Institute helped convince SCOTUS to rule against these organizations in 2018's Janus v. AFSCME
    $1600 10
Bette Davis on "Feud"; one of "The Banger Sisters"
    $1600 18
In 1925 she published "Mrs. Dalloway" &, to explain what she was doing, the critical work "Modern Fiction"
    $1600 26
The Mormons named this canyon in Utah, found in the alphabetically last national park of the same name
    $1600 6
The 3 main forms of plague in humans are bubonic, septicemic & this one that strikes the lungs
    $2000 29
A bar of silver from a 17th century Spanish one of these treasure ships, such as the Atocha
    $2000 21
The first amicus curiae filed before the Supreme Court came in 1821 from this Kentucky attorney & congressman
    $2000 22
Athena Grant on "9-1-1"; Tina Turner in "What's Love Got to Do with It"
    DD: $4,000 19
Born in Paris in 1804, she's known for her novels, her lovers & writing under a masculine name
    $2000 28
Ausable Chasm bills itself as the Grand Canyon of these New York State mountains up by Lake Champlain
    $2000 25
A recent discovery in Utah: perhaps the oldest flying vertebrate, a 200-million-year-old one of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Evan Barton
$13,800 $12,400 $11,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY HISTORY
Constructed in the 1930s, it extended from La Ferté to the Rhine River, though it also had sections along the Italian frontier

Final scores:

Elaine Evan Barton
$12,800 $1,400 $23,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,200

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Elaine Evan Barton
$13,800 $10,600 $10,600
16 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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