Show #6394 - Thursday, June 7, 2012


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Sarah Fowlkes, an attorney from Brooklyn, New York

Chris Dunn, a billing director from Shepherdsville, Kentucky

Ernest Niño-Murcia, a court interpreter originally from Iowa City, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
San Bernardino County,
Los Angeles County,
San Francisco county
    $200 11
The first photo of this heavenly body was a daguerreotype made by John William Draper around 1839
    $200 14
Here's a twist--at the end of the Snyder's of Hanover tour, you get 2 free bags of these
    $200 6
The wild variety of this grain is actually a type of marsh grass native to the Great Lakes region
    $200 1
If you want privacy, do it "BCD", behind these
    $200 15
This Clint Eastwood antihero says he got his nickname because he gets "every dirty job that comes along"
    $400 27
Northern Ireland
    $400 12
The orbit of this now most distant planet in the solar system is almost exactly circular
    $400 22
Drop by the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame during your visit to this facility in Florida, KSC for short
    $400 7
Hostess has filed for bankruptcy protection despite selling 36 million packages of this spongy snack in 2011
    $400 2
"CWOT" stands for a "complete" one of these
    $400 16
Snake Plissken was a bad, bad man in his first feature film appearance, "Escape from" here
    $600 28
Coral Sea,
Black Sea,
Aral Sea
    $600 13
The Air Pump, the Hare & the Northern Crown are lesser-known these
    $600 23
At a factory & museum in Eden, New York you'll learn the history of this toy instrument heard here
    $600 8
An informal dinner can have proper settings with a dinner plate under a salad plate under this plate, named for a food
    $600 3
"EBCAK" is "error between chair and" this
    $600 17
In "Watchmen" Jackie Earle Haley played this antihero whose mask looked like swirling ink
    $800 29
Negev desert,
Gobi Desert,
Kalahari desert
    $800 21
A satellite aptly named for this Greek god mapped the surface topology of the ocean
    $800 24
FYI, your tour of this government building at 320 West Colfax Avenue in Denver is absolutely free
    $800 9
This type of roast has good "P.R."--at Black Angus it's "seasoned, seared and slowly roasted"
    $800 4
You said it with "TWITA"--"that's what" these 3 words
    $800 18
A verb suffices as the title of this 2011 film with Ryan Gosling as a stuntman with a penchant for violence
    $1000 30
    $1000 26
"If I were" the fourth Mercury astronaut in space, I'd be him
    $1000 25
If tractors are your thing, visit this company's pavilion in Moline, Illinois or its tractor works in Iowa
    DD: $1,500 10
In 2005 South Korean scientists cured a few chickens of avian flu using this, sometimes called Korean sauerkraut
    $1000 5
A variation on "LOL" is "LQTM"--laughing this way
    $1000 19
Perhaps the archetypal film antihero is this De Niro taxi driver

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

Ernest Chris Sarah
$800 $5,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ernest Chris Sarah
$2,400 $9,500 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
"So we sailed on to the sun, till we found a sea of green, and we lived beneath the waves"
    $400 30
After a hard-fought World Cup qualifier, in 1969 El Salvador & Honduras fought a brief war named for this sport
    $400 16
Commissioned by the Spanish government, this monumental Picasso work measures 11 feet by 25 feet
    $400 1
Your partner, who is on trial with you
    $400 11
The "Night" trilogy of holocaust literature
    $400 21
Prajapati, the aunt of this "awakened one", was said to be in his religion's first group of nuns
    $800 7
"Violets are blue, sugar is sweet, my love, but not as sweet as you"
    $800 29
In 1859 Britain & this country faced off in the abortive "Pig War" near Vancouver island; the pig was the only casualty
    $800 17
At his death in 1957, he left behind an unfinished mural for the National Palace on the history of Mexico
    $800 2
The quality of thanklessness
    $800 12
"Torch Song Trilogy" for the stage
    $800 22
This Beatle could have said a major influence "in my life" was me Aunt Mimi, who bought me a guitar for 30 pounds
    $1200 8
"And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!' remember what the dormouse said"
    $1200 26
The bloodless 1839 "Honey War" helped establish the boundary between Iowa & this southern neighbor
    $1200 18
Canaletto was famous for his paintings of Venice, including "A Regatta on" this "Grand" waterway
    $1200 3
Lunulae are the pale crescent-shaped areas found at the base of these body parts
    $1200 13
The "Oresteia", first performed in 458 B.C.
    $1200 23
Prior to becoming a "little black dress" fashionista, this French femme leaned on Aunts Adrienne & Louise
    $1600 9
"I'm not a present for your friends to open, this boy's too young to be singing the blues, so goodbye..."
    DD: $3,000 27
Warships rammed fishing boats in the 1975-76 "Cod War" between Britain & this usually peaceful Atlantic neighbor
    $1600 19
Around the same time as that "earring" painting, he also did "Woman with a Pearl Necklace"
    $1600 4
From the Latin for "mother" comes this word meaning to enroll in college for a degree
    $1600 14
The erotic "Sleeping Beauty" trilogy
    $1600 24
In 1928 this great-aunt of Drew opened a theatre named in her honor in New York City
    $2000 10
"Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields, sold in a market down in New Orleans"
    $2000 28
Spain & Britain fought the inconclusive "War of" this British captain's "Ear" in the 1740s
    DD: $4,000 20
Seen here is a rare self-portrait of this American painter
    $2000 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Gatorade Sports Science Institute in Barrington, IL.) Making sports drinks taste good as well as have the right amount of sodium is key to helping athletes overcome a natural reluctance to drink during exercise, a phenomenon called voluntary this
    $2000 15
The "U.S.A." trilogy of the 1930s
    $2000 25
After his mother the countess died, "Aunt Toinette" helped raise this Russian novelist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ernest Chris Sarah
$12,000 $8,900 $17,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Formed in 1909, it performed to great acclaim in Paris, London, New York & Monte Carlo, but never in Moscow

Final scores:

Ernest Chris Sarah
$1 $8,900 $9,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $9,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ernest Chris Sarah
$12,000 $11,400 $15,800
16 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2012-02-07
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