Show #6527 - Tuesday, January 22, 2013


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Michelle Souza, a costume designer from San Diego, California

Buddy Hammett, a customer service specialist from Douglasville, Georgia

Barbara Sheridan, an attorney and law clerk to a judge from Yonkers, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The projections on golf shoes can be called cleats or these, also the name for very high heels that taper to a narrow base
    $200 1
Andrea del Sarto admired Leonardo, as you can see in this fresco by Andrea
    $200 11
This baseball team had a winning record all 13 years in Milwaukee but moved to Atlanta anyway
    $200 12
The standard size of this bundle of cotton is 54-55 inches long & 20-21 inches wide
    $200 14
A hand tool; to shape by repeated blows (possibly by using the tool)
    $200 26
In April 1616 Miguel de Cervantes stopped tilting at windmills in this capital city
    $400 7
This word for an onlooker is used for 2-tone shoes with a perforated design on the toe
    $400 2
Self-portraits by this Mexican artist include her "Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird"
    $400 22
In 2011 this team won its first Stanley Cup in 39 years
    $400 13
This cylindrical container holding cranberries is defined as having a circumference at the bulge of 58 1/2 inches
    $400 18
One of the 4 periods of the year; to spice up your food
    $400 27
In April 1616 Shakespeare shuffled off the ol' mortal coil in this hometown
    $600 8
These sandals were inspired by the footwear worn in the arena by ancient Romans
    $600 3
In Botticelli's "Birth of" her, the west wind is blowing the goddess toward us
    $600 23
This double-B team has gone 0-4 in Super Bowls
    $600 15
Many shot glasses are 1.5 ounces, but some bars use this "equine" shot, which is 1 ounce
    $600 19
A container for soup; to fire an employee
    $600 28
In 1954 Henri Matisse laid down his brushes in this French Riviera city that rhymes with his last name
    $800 9
The Beach Boys' "Surfin' U.S.A." mentions these leather-thonged sandals with a Spanish name
    DD: $1,000 4
In a 1972 documentary he said, "Brigid's been doing my paintings for the last 3 years"
    $800 24
They're Ohio's 2 NFL entries
    $800 16
Vitamins A, D & E are measured in IUs, short for these
    $800 20
A gourd eaten as a vegetable; to press into a flat mass
    $800 29
On Feb. 23, 1848 John Quincy Adams died in this building where he'd been working since 1831
    $1000 10
A Scottish castle gave its name to this basic style of Oxford shoes
    $1000 5
The portrait seen here by this 16th century artist is illustrative of the red pigments he favored
    $1000 25
It was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's first pro team
    $1000 17
36 sections of land is equivalent to 1 of these, abbreviated TWP
    $1000 21
A law firm; to perform as a lawyer doing business
    $1000 30
In 1901 Verdi closed the score in this city that's home to La Scala opera house

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Barbara Buddy Michelle
-$2,000 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Buddy Michelle
-$800 $5,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
In 1697 Judge Samuel Sewall publicly apologized for his role in the witchcraft trials held in this city
    $400 7
The Latin name of this precious metal is argentum
    $400 14
Anything by this singer because she thanked her cat Kitty Purry in the credits of her 2008 debut album "One of the Boys"
    $400 19
Much of what is known about Babylonian society comes from this 18th century B.C. king's code
    $400 26
A goddess or a regular person who inspires a poet or artist
    $400 2
A mega-bestseller: "After all, tomorrow is another day"
    $800 3
He surprised many with his 2012 majority opinion upholding Obamacare
    $800 10
Clergyman William Gregor gets credit for the discovery, but it was chemist Martin Klaproth who named it for mythic giants
    $800 15
Woah, woah, woah, the cat can sing along to this, Tom Jones' second top 10 hit
    $800 20
Zeno got a parchment cut, went on without wincing & founded an Athens school promoting this philosophy
    $800 27
Line segment AC
    DD: $2,000 8
A children's classic: "I'm so glad to be at home again!"
    $1200 4
Judge John J. Sirica got the '70s case relating to no ordinary break-in, the one at this Washington, D.C. complex
    DD: $2,000 11
The name of this alkaline earth metal comes partly for "lime" (as in limestone)
    $1200 16
The cat is a fan of rockabilly, so play anything by this Brian Setzer trio, particularly its "Strut"
    $1200 21
Eleazar, from this family of Hanukkah heroes, perished when he stabbed a war elephant from underneath
    $1200 28
It's someone who lives alone, withdrawn from the world, like Howard Hughes in his later years
    $1200 9
A 1960 classic: "He would be there all night, and he would be there when Jem waked up in the morning"
    $1600 5
The presiding judge in the O.J. Simpson trial, he no longer has a nameplate on his courtroom door; thieves kept stealing it
    $1600 12
This element, the lightest of the metals, has a density that's about half that of water
    $1600 17
Before bed, the cat dreams big & puts on this Tokens classic also called "Wimoweh"
    $1600 24
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows us a map of ancient Italy.) Around 300 B.C. Rome controlled the area seen here; within about 25 years it had conquered most of the Italian peninsula, including the Umbrians & these people occupying what is now Tuscany
    $1600 29
4-letter word for a crafty scheme or trick
    $1600 22
From Sinclair Lewis: "Dear Lord, thy work is but begun! We shall yet make these United States a moral nation!"
    $2000 6
In the Old West, he dispensed justice (& "ice cold beer") from the Jersey Lilly Saloon in Langtry, Texas
    $2000 13
Galvanizing is the process of coating one metal with a layer of this other metal, atomic number 30
    $2000 18
Kitty can't help but rock out when she hears Florence + the Machine belt out the hit called these "Are Over"
    $2000 25
This city whose name is Greek for "City of Persia" was the capital & ceremonial center of the Achaemenid empire
    $2000 30
It's French for a female singer
    $2000 23
A Virginia Woolf novel: "What is it that fills me with extraordinary excitement? It is Clarissa, he said, for there she was"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Buddy Michelle
$5,600 $12,200 $19,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only nation in the world that officially describes itself as a confederation

Final scores:

Barbara Buddy Michelle
$2 $6,601 $13,999
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $13,999

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barbara Buddy Michelle
$5,400 $12,200 $21,200
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W
26 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,800

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Game tape date: 2012-10-23
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