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    $200 26
Every year, this best pal has been the most searched-for type of animal
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Show #7970 - Friday, April 12, 2019

James Holzhauer game 7.

Contestants

Mike Dindoffer, a writer and teacher from Greenfield, Massachusetts

Ali Filipowicz, a homemaker from Alexandria, Virginia

James Holzhauer, a professional sports gambler from Las Vegas, Nevada (6-day champion whose cash winnings total $325,877)

Jeopardy! Round

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
WOMEN OF POLITICS
I'D LIKE TO SELL A VOWEL
AMERICAN LITERATURE
CITY ADJECTIVES
GOOGLE'S TOP SEARCHES, 1999-2018
(Alex: As they celebrate their 20th anniversary. We're talking about searches in English.)
    $200 28
In the DC universe, they're the dynamic duo
    $200 24
This Brit has been dubbed "Madam Brexit"
    $200 30
Ms. Winfrey asks, would you like to subscribe to this magazine that asks you to "live your best life"?
    $200 29
This Washington Irving character "fell asleep on the mountain...and every thing's changed--and I'm changed"
    $200 25
Of or from Europe's "City of Lights"
    $200 26
Every year, this best pal has been the most searched-for type of animal
    $400 27
Appropriately, it's the 3-letter symbol of the company that makes Scotch tape & Scotch-Brite products
    $400 23
This first name of California senator Harris means "lotus" in Sanskrit
    $400 22
I think you need tablets of the element with this symbol--it will help you with your goiter
    $400 17
George & Nick are professors in the college town of New Carthage in this play by Edward Albee
    DD: $9,812 20
Cantabrigian means from one of 2 noted college cities named this
    $400 21
The top movie searches of 2006 & 2016 were for this franchise with "The Last Stand" & "Apocalypse" installments
    $600 14
At 969, this son of Enoch was the Bible's longest-lived person
    $600 15
Tortured under the Pinochet regime, Michelle Bachelet became the first female president of this country in 2006
    $600 18
I don't have any Ford Model T's B's, F's or R's, but I do have this other 20th century model
    $600 9
Her alter ego Jo March gets $100 for a story she has written
    $600 19
Coming from the Fab Four's hometown, like their accents
    $600 16
Each year the most searched-for author has been not a novelist but this man who penned "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
    $800 13
In 2011 a newly revised 11th edition of this book on parliamentary procedure was published
    $800 12
Kay Hagan beat her in North Carolina in 2008, making her the first female incumbent to lose a Senate seat to a woman
    $800 11
You can have this Cirque du Soleil show staged in your basement if you have room for a 1.5-million-gallon tank
    $800 8
"More obscene than anything is inertia" is a line from this Henry Miller book some consider obscene
    $800 3
"C"oming from an ancient Peloponnesian city, like an order of architecture
    $800 10
For 2016 & 2017 the most searched athlete was this Dublin-born MMA fighter
    $1000 7
With this kitchen gadget that sounds more like a musical instrument, you can slice up a potato, paper thin, in seconds
    $1000 6
This Bronx native with a hyphenated name wowed politicos with a Big Apple win in 2018
    $1000 2
I'll sell you 2 vowels--this network with shows like "Born This Way" & "Intervention"
    $1000 1
This O. Henry story about a poor husband & wife trying to buy each other Christmas presents has a twist ending
    $1000 4
Of or relating to a northern Italian city, like veal coated with breadcrumbs
    $1000 5
Since 2005 the Bible has been the most searched book & No. 2 has been this somewhat more recent sacred text

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

James Ali Mike
$8,600 $3,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Ali Mike
$22,012 $3,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MOOLAH
SCIENCE
A "B"6 SHOT
(Alex: Each correct response will be a 6-letter word beginning with the letter B.)
COLOMBIA PICTURES
CLASSIC FILM
5 EASY PIECES
    $400 29
For the sake of our currency, Tim Geithner & Jack Lew both underwent signature remediation before taking this job
    $400 20
When exposed to electricity, this mineral vibrates at regular intervals, so it's used in wristwatches to keep accurate time
    $400 26
A narrative folk poem, or a simple, romantic song
    $400 30
A major tourist attraction, the Tequendama Falls are on this river that shares its name with Colombia's capital
    $400 22
A line from this 1972 classic:
"It's a Sicilian message. It means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes"
    $400 24
16-year-old Euphemia Allen composed this easy piano piece with the name of eating utensils
    $800 28
This bill is sometimes called a fin, from finf, the Yiddish word for its numerical value
    $800 19
The largest one of these ever recorded was 1,720 feet high & slammed into the Alaskan panhandle in 1958 following an earthquake
    $800 25
A government reward, perhaps put "on your head"
    $800 27
The world's highest-paid TV actress, this U.S. sitcom star was born in Barranquilla, Colombia, in 1972
    $800 21
This 1994 prison drama starring Tim Robbins & Morgan Freeman reminds us that hope can set you free
    $800 23
Just switch 2 letters in a word for "60 seconds" & you'll have this type of dance
    $1200 7
Something unimportant is said to be this 2-word miniscule poker bet
    $1200 4
These objects that collide with the earth are divided into 3 major types: stone, iron & stony-iron
    $1200 18
It's the printed name of the author of an accompanying news story
    $1200 9
The Orinoco River flows northwest towards Colombia, where it forms part of the border between Colombia & this country
    $1200 3
She won an Oscar for playing Clarice Starling in "The Silence of the Lambs"
    $1200 17
This simple little Beethoven piece may be just what you were looking für
    DD: $11,914 8
The mint in this western city produces about half of U.S. coinage & is the USA's second-largest gold depository
    $1600 5
2.54 million light-years away, the nearest major galaxy to ours is this one named for a mythological maiden
    $1600 14
It's the crime of having 2 wives at once
    $1600 10
Aracataca, the birthplace of this Nobel Prize winner, once held a vote to add its name to Macondo, a town in one of his novels
    $1600 2
1930s comedy classics starring this zany trio include "A Day at the Races" & "A Night at the Opera"
    $1600 16
This composer's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" is so easy to learn, even the mouse king will stand to applaud
    $2000 12
This 5-letter word refers to a special non-circulating coin that collectors prize for its fine detail & mirror-like finish
    $2000 6
This structure in the respiratory tract forms the Adam's apple in males & is used in making sounds
    $2000 13
Job title of a college treasurer
    DD: $11,022 11
There are great beaches at the walled city founded as this de Indias, meaning "Carthage of the Indies" in English
    $2000 1
In the U.S. Sergio Leone's spaghetti western "Il Buono, il Brutto, il Cattivo" has this title
    $2000 15
If playing this 6-letter kind of piece, choose an easy one like Mozart's Facile, meaning "easy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Ali Mike
$58,148 $13,200 $7,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY ADAPTATIONS
The director of the 2018 TV version of this 1953 classic said, yes, books were harmed in the making of this motion picture

Final scores:

James Ali Mike
$89,158 $14,801 $7,100
7-day champion: $415,035 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

James Ali Mike
$29,400 $13,200 $7,400
32 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
16 R,
0 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $50,000

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