Show #6395 - Friday, June 8, 2012


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Aaron Cappocchi, a writer from Burbank, California

Rosanne Lightstone, an automotive quality engineer from Royal Oak, Michigan

Sarah Fowlkes, an attorney from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're talking about shows where the--one of the characters was rarely, if ever, seen on camera.)
    $200 1
The hip bones are part of the pelvic this, also the name of an undergarment
    $200 4
It's what English speakers call the northeastern city of Helsingor
    $200 7
The Ethan Allen Express & the City of New Orleans are routes of this semipublic corporation
    $200 13
On "Seinfeld" George Costanza had to listen to this Yankees owner ramble on about "Febuary" vs. "February"
    $200 24
Looking your best? You're "dressed to" these
    $200 12
Postmark your income tax return no later than this 105th day of 2013
    $400 2
In humans the top 7 pairs of these are attached to the backbone & the breastbone
    $400 5
This most important naval battle of World War I took place off Denmark's coast
    $400 8
It wasn't murder riding this luxury train that began running from Paris to Istanbul in 1889
    $400 14
The wife of this rumpled police detective was never seen on his show, but did get her own, "Kate Loves A Mystery"
    $400 25
The last possible moment for doing something is called this hour
    $400 20
The "organismic" type of this 11-letter activity-- breathe!
    $600 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew points to bones in a skeleton.) The uniquely evolved bones of this down-under denizen allow it to achieve its distinctive locomotion
    $600 6
Now a ruin, the Trelleborg Fortress of these warriors was built using half the timber on the island of Zealand
    $600 9
"May God continue the unity of our country as this railroad unites the two...oceans" is inscribed on the Golden this
    $600 16
Nothing like watching Farrah watch a voice box on a desk deliver exposition via Mr. Townsend on this '70s action show
    $600 26
This golf hole is known to have a fully stocked bar
    $600 21
For men of Cyprus, 2 years of this type of service
    $800 15
This larger bone of the forearm is the most commonly broken arm bone
    $800 29
Helle Thorning-Schmidt holds this post in Denmark; her father-in-law, Kinnock, once hoped to hold it in the United Kingdom
    DD: $1,200 10
On April 30, 1900 this engineer died with one hand on the brake lever, saving all but himself in an unavoidable crash
    $800 17
When it came to Wilson on this Tim Allen sitcom, the eyes had it (that's all we saw)
    $800 27
A 5-word bit of wisdom begins, this many's company
    $800 22
If you're Catholic, attend Mass on All Saints' Day, as it's a "holy day of" this
    $1000 18
Only about a tenth of an inch long, the stirrup in this body part fits into an opening of the bony labyrinth
    $1000 30
This 11th century "Great" Dane united Denmark, England & Norway
    $1000 11
Japan has developed electro-dynamic maglev test vehicles that can go 340 mph; maglev is short for this
    $1000 19
Niles Crane, on the phone to this lady, his wife: "No, I've never heard you use those words before... you're welcome"
    $1000 28
If you're in disorder or confusion, you're "at" these 2 numbers
    $1000 23
Per Morgan Freeman in "Lean on Me", "Nothing' but stay black and" do this

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

Sarah Rosanne Aaron
$800 $1,800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Rosanne Aaron
$2,800 $3,400 $7,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's comin' up in each correct response.)
    $400 1
Edamame are made from green these, picked when fully grown but before complete maturity
    $400 9
A world capital:
    $400 21
"There he sang of Hiawatha, sang the song of Hiawatha, sang his wondrous birth and being"
    $400 13
It's the pilot's compartment on an airplane
    $400 18
His mom went to Baylor, but he began at Southwest Texas State Teachers College in 1927
    $400 16
2006 was a good year for boys: "The History Boys" won Best Play & this show about the Four Seasons was named Best Musical
    $800 2
This bean with an anatomical name & dark red skin is popular in chili con carne & red beans & rice
    $800 10
Not too far from Rome:
    $800 22
"Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!"
    $800 6
Around 1960 this 10-letter word for a Rastafarian hairstyle came into fashion
    $800 29
He attended the Illinois college called Eureka, which is also the motto of California, the state he governed
    $800 17
In 2010 this "Malcolm X" on film swung for the "Fences" on Broadway & won a Best Actor Tony
    $1200 3
It's "bedtime for" this bean also known as the chickpea
    $1200 11
A seaport:
    $1200 23
"Death be not proud... Die not, poor death; nor yet canst thou kill me"
    $1200 4
Saint Patrick used this national symbol of Ireland to explain the Trinity
    $1200 30
Though he didn't graduate, he attended the Kansas City School Of Law for 2 years beginning in 1923
    DD: $3,000 19
The 1956 Best Musical award went to this show that was mad about baseball
    $1600 5
What are also called broad beans are better known as this when paired with "a nice chianti"
    DD: $3,000 12
A city on the Danube:
    $1600 24
"Don Juan's parents lived beside the river, a noble stream, and call'd the Guadalquivir"
    $1600 7
It's similar to an ottoman, the kind you rest your feet on
    $1600 27
The only prez to get a Ph.D., he earned it at John Hopkins after finishing up at Princeton
    $1600 20
2 couples meet to discuss a playground fight between 2 of their children in 2009's Tony winner "God Of" this
    $2000 8
The fibrous item that ran down the pod's seam, giving this long green bean its name, has been bred out
    $2000 15
At the mouth of the Tagus River:
    $2000 25
"That is no country for old men.
The young in one another's arms, birds in the trees"
    $2000 14
To add texture, as to wallpaper, with pulverized wool
    $2000 26
This man who succeeded a slain president was a quartermaster for the Union & an alum of, duh, Union College
    $2000 28
The 1979 Tony for Musical Score went to this Broadway Legend for "Sweeney Todd"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Rosanne Aaron
$8,400 $14,400 $21,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In an 1873 Thomas Hardy serial, a chapter ends with a character dangling from an "enormous sea-bord" this

Final scores:

Sarah Rosanne Aaron
$100 $11,999 $28,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sarah Rosanne Aaron
$8,400 $12,600 $19,800
16 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2012-02-07
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