Show #6205 - Friday, July 29, 2011

Justin Sausville game 2.
Last game of Season 27.


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Lisa McDermott, an arts administrator from Modesto, California

Marty Butterick, a director of operations of USC baseball from Monterey Park, California

Justin Sausville, a urologist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
The Jamaican fruit type of this emits high-frequency calls to orient itself in the dark
    $200 21
Ray Charles was born with this last name, but dropped it to avoid confusion with boxer Sugar Ray
    $200 4
The act that created the Department of Homeland Security was passed early in this year
    $200 2
In 1968 this NYC real estate guy & 'uge, 'uge reality TV star got his economics degree from Wharton
    $200 16
This 969-year-old died in the year of the flood
    $200 1
A Hindu spiritual teacher
    $400 15
The field type of this leaping insect chirps by rubbing a scraper on one forewing along a row of teeth on the other forewing
    $400 22
Ray's first No. 1 hit was this standard, about the state of his birth
    $400 5
In 2003 this federal agency that protects national VIPs was absorbed into the department
    $400 3
In 1988 this now-Texas congressman got more than 400,000 votes running for president as a Libertarian
    $400 17
The first specific animal mentioned in the King James Bible is this great sea mammal
    $400 8
Barbie knows a type of long surfboard is named for this California beach
    $600 23
The adult male of this Asian great ape makes a "long call" heard for more than a mile & lasting up to 5 minutes
    $600 26
Mr. Charles had a top 70 hit with the title track to this movie that starred Mr. Poitier as Mr. Tibbs
    $600 6
This former agency abbreviated I.N.S. is today known as U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services as part of the department
    $600 7
He had the right stuff to be the first Ohioan elected to the U.S. Senate for 4 consecutive terms
    $600 18
After God expelled Adam & Eve from the Garden of Eden, cherubim & this flaming weapon were put at its entrance
    $600 9
The name of this Japanese martial art related to judo means "soft art"
    $800 24
Hyenas laugh; the call of this wild dog of Africa was once called a pheal
    $800 27
Ray Charles had a No. 1 hit with this song that says "I'll have to pack my things and go"
    DD: $1,000 12
You'll find this branch of the military under the DHS umbrella
    $800 28
This 17th century philosopher was a court favorite of William & Mary; his name also turned up on "Lost"
    $800 19
Genesis 2:13 mentions this country that still exists on the eastern border of Sudan
    $800 10
A married woman in Bonn or Berlin
    $1000 25
This species of swan, cygnus buccinator, is named for its low-pitched call
    $1000 30
Ray's last studio album before his death was this 2004 album of duets
    $1000 13
Counterterrorism includes the presence of these on planes; they rank among those with the highest handgun accuracy
    $1000 29
"Known and Unknown" is a 2011 memoir by this former Defense Secretary
    $1000 20
After Cain slew Abel, "Adam knew his wife again, and she bare a son, and called his name" this
    $1000 11
Found before "of" it's a 2-word term meaning instead, including the French for "place"

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

Justin Marty Lisa
$2,600 $2,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Marty Lisa
$7,200 $3,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "V".)
(Alex: Don't overthink it.)
    $400 1
It's space that's entirely void of matter
    $400 7
Sarah Jessica Parker is splashed by a bus with her own picture on the side in the opening to this show
    $400 5
A book subtitled "Who wrote Shakespeare?" is punningly titled "Contested" this
    $400 14
In 1990 it was out with Thatcher & in with this man as British Prime Minister
    $400 24
A being from outer space who might want to phone home
    $800 2
This unit of electric potential is equivalent to one Joule per coulomb
    DD: $4,000 3
This form of silica, also the name of a Michigan city, is Ohio's gemstone
    $800 6
A bestseller by Jamie Ford is "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and" this
    $800 18
This powerful Cardinal during the time of King Louis XIII was known as "the Red Eminence"
    $800 9
Authors often place these notes of thanks & gratitude near the beginning of their books
    $1200 4
Molasses is higher in this property, the resistance to flow, than water
    $1200 19
Police officers drop one by one as this '70s medical examiner starts to demonstrate on a corpse
    $1200 15
"Why we expect more from technology and less from each other" has the oxymoronic title "Alone" this
    $1200 17
The wanted poster seen here is for this once powerful politician after he escaped a New York City jail in 1875
    $1200 8
One function of the CIA is this--defending against foreign espionage
    $1600 12
The tricuspid valves help separate the atria from these heart cavities
    $1600 20
The survivor count for this sci-fi series reboot changed as they journeyed "in search of a home"
    $1600 16
A dog named Enzo narrates Garth Stein's "The Art Of Racing In" this
    DD: $2,800 22
Egon Krenz was the last Communist political leader of this country that was absorbed by its neighbor in 1990
    $1600 10
Like shy people, computer software also has these flaws or weaknesses that affect the security of the computer
    $2000 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an image of some butterflies on a monitor.) The monarch butterfly tastes bad to predators, so as a form of defense, this palatable but smaller butterfly mimics the monarch's coloration & pattern
    $2000 25
"God Only Knows" why season 4 of this HBO show eschewed the Beach Boys & went with the Engineers' song "Home"
    $2000 21
The true story of HeLa cells, long used in scientific research, is revealed in "The Immortal Life Of" her
    $2000 23
Shortly after the fall of the Czar, the Bolsheviks overthrew this modern prime minister in late 1917
    $2000 11
After the physicist who discovered X-rays, it's another name for a doctor who interprets X-rays

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Marty Lisa
$20,000 $14,200 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A James Dean memorial can be found adjacent to this structure, located at one of the high spots in Los Angeles

Final scores:

Justin Marty Lisa
$28,401 $14,200 $3,800
2-day champion: $58,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Marty Lisa
$18,600 $11,000 $6,200
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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Game tape date: 2011-03-23
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