Show #6582 - Tuesday, April 9, 2013


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Adam Holquist, an environmental engineer from Erie, Pennsylvania

Ryan McLaughlin, a study hall supervisor and retail manager from Chicago, Illinois

Salvo Candela, a university administrator from New York, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $66,195)

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Jeopardy! Round

(We'll give you the suburbs, you name the big city.)
(Each appeared on the cover of the magazine as most beautiful in the world.)
    $200 1
    $200 6
A person employed to protect an individual from physical harm
    $200 21
"Valley of the Moon", one of Jack's Sonoma novels, was set in this state's Sonoma Valley
    $200 22
A characteristic feature of the Angus breed is its polled head, meaning it doesn't have these
    $200 15
States spend more on this general expenditure than any other--class is in session!
    $200 7
"Back After Baby!" In 2012, this singer & mom to Blue Ivy was hailed as the "world's most beautiful woman"
    $400 2
    $400 11
A person who pries into the affairs of others
    $400 30
This title canine is severely wounded while protecting his master's home from an escaped convict
    $400 23
Cattle are ruminants that chew this, the portion of food returned from the first stomach & chewed a 2nd time
    $400 16
There are more visitors annually from this country to the U.S. than any other, about 20 million
    $400 8
This "Pretty Woman" has been named the prettiest 4 times, most recently in 2010
    $600 3
    $600 12
In hockey, you "throw" this to obstruct a foe's movement (harshly)
    $600 29
London's depiction of the brutality of this sport in "The Game" even shook up Gene Tunney
    $600 24
(Jimmy shows us a white bovine at the Ozark Empire Fair in Springfield, Missouri.) Yielding leaner beef than conventional breeds, this hardy hybrid, featured at the Ozark Empire Fair, is a cross between the native American bison and the domestic bovine.
    $600 17
This eastern state has the highest population density; must all be at the shore
    $600 9
In 1990 this "Fabulous Baker Boys" girl graced the cover of the first "most beautiful" issue
    DD: $1,000 4
Coral Gables,
    $800 13
Job of one whose body subs for a lead actor in a nude scene; I was Brad Pitt's... OK, who laughed?!
    $800 28
In the short story "To Build" this, a newcomer to the Yukon struggles to keep warm in the frigid weather
    $800 25
"Hol"-y cow! In the U.S. this black & white dairy cattle breed produces 9/10 of the milk supply
    $800 19
This U.K. legislative body consists of 646 life peers & fewer than 100 hereditary peers
    $800 10
Storm in the "X-Men" movies, she reigned as the cover girl in 2003
    $1000 5
Chula Vista
    $1000 14
A protective protein aka immunoglobulin
    $1000 27
After his master John Thornton is murdered at the end of this novel, Buck abandons civilization to lead a wolf pack
    $1000 26
The Hereford breed was introduced to the U.S. in 1817 by this politician, who imported it to his home in Kentucky
    $1000 20
These 2 positions, in the army & navy, are both rated O-10 & both top out in pay at more than $19,000 a month
    $1000 18
She was probably "Up All Night" after making the cover of the 2009 issue

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

Salvo Ryan Adam
$2,800 $600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Salvo Ryan Adam
$3,200 $3,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
In a ballet this title body of water was formed from the tears of Odette's grieving mother
    $400 6
Spelled one way, it means unmoving; spelled another, it's paper for writing letters
    $400 12
Josiah Bartlet on "The West Wing"
    $400 20
The serendipitous sighting of seepage helped Weetman Pearson become the pioneer of this industry in Mexico
    $400 11
This place you don't want to be near after an atomic blast
    $400 1
Completes the name of colossal canine Clifford, who celebrated his 50th birthday in 2012
    $800 24
I'da love to have seen Ida Rubinstein play this queen swathed like a mummy who was then unwrapped
    $800 7
Starting with "a", it means to change; with "e", it's a result
    $800 14
Teddy Roosevelt in "Night at the Museum"
    $800 23
Many innocents have died in a war between the Sinaloa & Zetas, 2 of the drug gangs called by this economic term
    $800 13
This system, aka Star Wars, intended to protect the U.S. from Soviet missiles
    $800 2
A narrative poem of over 2,500 lines from around 1375 had Sir Gawain going up against this colorful fellow
    $1200 25
In the prologue to this 1869 ballet, the title hero dons a washbowl as a helmet & sets out for adventure
    $1200 8
Vain, v-a-i-n, refers to vanity; the one spelled v-a-n-e is short for this device
    $1200 15
"Nixon" in a 1996 Oscar-nominated role
    $1200 26
Political separation of this pair was achieved by the war of the reform from 1858 to 1861
    $1200 18
This, severely damaging both sides in a nuclear war (that's why supposedly no one will start one)
    $1200 3
These "men" were founded in Ulster in 1795 to maintain "the Protestant Constitution"
    DD: $2,000 29
4 Indian ballerinas were featured in "Four Moons", a 1967 ballet commemorating the 60th anniversary of its statehood
    $1600 9
Depending on how you spell it, it can be a preface to a book or mean rather bold
    $1600 16
Andrew Shepherd in 1995's "The American President"
    $1600 27
Appointed in 1535, Antonio de Mendoza governed Mexico as the first viceroy of this 2-word place
    $1600 19
These, like the M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicle
    $1600 4
Feminine name for a cocktail made with gin, grenadine & egg white
    $2000 30
In this Stravinsky ballet, the puppets are controlled by an evil magician known as Charlatan
    $2000 10
Ending with the same 6 letters, one means implied, the other, fully & clearly expressed (like certain movie scenes)
    $2000 17
JFK opposite Katie Holmes as Jackie in the miniseries "The Kennedys"
    $2000 28
"Don Fidel" Velazquez led the CTM, this type of group that worked with the PRI party to maintain each other's power
    DD: $3,000 21
This type of treaty that aims to stop the spread of weapons
    $2000 5
Mitch Miller had a No. 1 hit with this "Lone Star" standard

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Salvo Ryan Adam
$3,200 $19,600 $16,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Winner of Best Play in 1949, it's the only play to win the Best Revival Tony 3 different times

Final scores:

Salvo Ryan Adam
$6,400 $5,500 $27,100
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $27,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Salvo Ryan Adam
$3,000 $19,200 $15,800
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2012-11-28
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