Show #6396 - Monday, June 11, 2012


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Dylan Hume, a musician and tutor from Sleepy Hollow, New York

Elaine Moise, a business systems manager from Mountain View, California

Aaron Cappocchi, a writer from Burbank, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
Whether it's from heredity or aging, it's a clear case of alopecia, a loss of this
    $200 1
Bob St. Clair's 79 & Joe Montana's 16
    $200 26
A real high point of Seattle is this 1962 landmark where you can enjoy a meal along with a 360-degree view of the city
    $200 16
"The best place for" this yellow condiment "is on a frankfurter. if you get it anywhere else, (use) peroxide"
    $200 4
It stretches from the larynx to the bronchi
    $200 21
In 1912 anarchist Manuel Pardinas gunned down premier Jose Canalejas in this Spanish capital
    $400 12
Food poisoning--the eggs in your Caesar dressing gave you this form, like a million others in the U.S. every year
    $400 2
Hakeem Olajuwon's 34 & Moses Malone's 24
    $400 27
An architectural icon, Seattle's newest central one of these opened in 2004--check it out
    $400 17
Heloise uses boric acid powder on ants & these pests some say could survive a nuclear war
    $400 5
This head covering is named for its shape
    $400 22
Numerous Spanish officials have been assassinated by ETA, a group demanding a homeland for these people
    $600 13
Little Katie's barking cough is this 5-letter inflammation of the upper airways; a vaporizer might help
    $600 3
Ralph Kiner's 4 & Roberto Clemente's 21
    $600 28
Grab some Joe at the original one of these, open since 1971 in the Pike Place market
    $600 18
Save money! "Using sandpaper... scrape both ends of" this energy item to prolong its life
    $600 6
In 2006 & again in 2010 it was all golden for Shaun White in this Olympic event
    $600 23
The 1936 assassination of Jose Calvo Sotelo was the final spark that set off this 3-year conflict
    $800 14
Your redness & flushing are characteristic of this skin disease sometimes inaccurately called adult acne
    $800 10
Kevin McHale's 32 & Tom Heinsohn's 15
    $800 29
A national historical park in the city examines Seattle's role in the Klondike one of these
    $800 19
String beads for necklaces, sew on buttons or cut cake layers with this (& use it to fight plaque the cake causes)
    $800 7
The yagua of the Peruvian Amazon are skilled in using these weapons to bring down game
    DD: $2,000 24
Barcelona-born Ramon Mercader killed this Soviet exile in Mexico City in 1940
    $1000 15
It appears you have hyperthyroidism resulting from this serious-sounding disease, its most common cause
    $1000 11
Lou Brock's 20 & Dizzy Dean's 17
    $1000 30
Appropriately, the building housing the EMP, short for this, looks like a smashed guitar
    $1000 20
"Instead of throwing away" this material when it's done wrapping food, "use it as a pot and pan scrubber"
    $1000 8
Also known as a syrinx, this variety of flute is popular in the Pyrenees
    $1000 25
In 1974, 2 Spaniards convicted of killing policemen were the last to be executed via this strangulation device

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

Aaron Elaine Dylan
$1,600 $3,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Elaine Dylan
$6,800 $5,400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
Washington Irving told "The Legend of" this "sequestered glen"
    $400 17
This blonde actress has a brother named Oliver Hudson who co-stars on "Rules of Engagement"
    $400 1
I was well aware of this third president without reading Henry Adams' history of his administration
    $400 12
A field 53 1/3 yards wide & 120 yards long is used in this U.S. pro sport
    $400 24
I've got one of these on you; it's also a verb meaning to squeeze hard
    $400 2
No. 1 is the inner coffin of Hornedjitef, an ancient priest of this kingdom, from the 3rd century B.C.
    $800 8
Betty Smith planted a story with "A Tree Grows In" this borough
    $800 18
After "Lizzie McGuire", she teamed up with sister Haylie for "Material Girls"
    $800 23
I read Julie Powell's foodie blog from day 1--didn't need to see Amy Adams play her in this movie
    $800 13
Genesis 6 reports that Noah's Ark was 50 of these units wide, about 75 feet
    $800 25
A guy who hitches horses, or one who's getting hitched himself
    $800 3
The bronze head of this first Roman emperor butted its way onto the list
    $1200 9
Sherwood Anderson made his reputation with "Winesburg," this state
    $1200 19
In 2008 Elle of this family was Benjamin Button's friend Daisy & sis Dakota starred in "The Secret Life of Bees"
    $1200 20
I knew of this U.S. physicist born in 1904 before John Adams wrote the opera "Doctor Atomic" about him
    $1200 14
Near Winslow, Arizona, there's a crater nearly a mile wide & over 550 feet deep made by one of these objects
    DD: $4,500 4
The 19th C. is represented by a chronometer from this ship that helped make scientific history in the 1830s
    $1600 10
Jean Rhys called a novel this "Wide" sea, an area of the North Atlantic
    $1600 21
Ansel Adams' 1937 portrait of this painter told me nothing new about her
    $1600 15
This giant dam stretches almost a mile & a half wide over the Yangtze River
    $1600 27
I pledge you my everlasting this, from Latin for "faith"
    $1600 5
A recent artifact is a Sharia-compliant credit card issued in 2009 in this federation of states in the Middle East
    $2000 11
Christopher Isherwood wrote "Goodbye to" this city & also penned its "Stories"
    $2000 22
Cecil Adams wrote an interesting "Straight Dope" about this great songwriter only playing in one key, but I knew that
    $2000 16
The filtration technology produced at Israel's Kibbutz Amiad can handle municipal & industrial waste treatment down to two of these units, each .001 millimeters
    DD: $2,000 26
The Gettysburg Address speaks of "the last full measure of" this committed emotion
    $2000 6
British pride added a helmet from this site where an undisturbed 7th-century Anglo-Saxon burial ship was excavated

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Elaine Dylan
$21,300 $6,600 -$1,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Acts 1:13 says this event occurred in "an upper room"

Final scores:

Aaron Elaine Dylan
$27,301 $13,100 -$1,200
2-day champion: $56,101 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Aaron Elaine Dylan
$18,000 $6,600 -$400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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Game tape date: 2012-02-08
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