Show #6594 - Thursday, April 25, 2013


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George McAleese, a political researcher from Washington, D.C.

Amanda Steadman, a director of underwriting policy from Winnipeg, Manitoba

Andy Hermann, a website producer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response in that category will be two words.)
    $200 21
The studly Noah is introduced begetting sons as a quincentenarian, a man of this age
    $200 16
This green fruit comes in Persian & key varieties
    $200 11
Alexanderplatz, seen here
    $200 6
$1,000 for a bagel? sure, if its cream cheese is infused with these underground fungi
    $200 1
"1st in place or rank!"...that's a bit too long, so our warning word will be this; means the same thing
    $400 22
Noah peaks in Genesis 6:8-9, which describes him as just, perfect & finding this "in the eyes of" the Lord
    $400 17
This green beryl gemstone with a blue tint is more valuable than one with a yellow tint
    $400 12
The Kaaba
    $400 7
At Norma's in NYC, the "zillion dollar" frittata with caviar & this crustacean is a bargain at a mere $1,000
    $400 2
You can see why this animal term is used to describe the type of hole seen here
    $600 23
Noah's still doing well after the flood, when he builds one of these to make offerings
    $600 18
This leafy annual of the goosefoot family is high in iron but won't turn your forearm anchor tattoos into rockets
    $600 13
Angel Falls
    $600 8
At New York's Serendipity 3, a $1,000 one of these is drizzled with Tuscan chocolate & gold leaf, not hot fudge
    $600 3
By 1986 this "Golden Bear" had played in 100 major championships, with 45 top 3 finishes
    $800 24
Things start to go sour for Noah in Genesis 9:20; every job is open to him, & he chooses to plant these
    $800 19
You get an "A" if you know the green this is the largest snake in the Western Hemisphere; it may be 30 feet long
    DD: $1,000 14
The warriors seen here
    $800 9
Yo! at Philadelphia's Barclay Prime, this sandwich is $100 (it's made with Wagyu ribeye & Fontina)
    $800 4
Every 2 years, teams from the U.S. & Europe compete to win this cup; 14 1/2 points will take it
    $800 27
A racehorse rest area runs off a "T" to transform into a weasel-like mammal
    $1000 25
Noah hits bottom when he's passed out naked & Ham has to tell these 2 brothers to cover up their father
    $1000 20
Norman Osborn is the civilian name of this bad guy who has Spider-Man climbing the walls
    $1000 15
Paricutin volcano
    $1000 10
The $270 prix fixe menu can really clean you out at Thomas Keller's Napa valley restaurant called "French" this
    $1000 5
In 2012 this big Mc won the PGA Championship by 8 shots, the same as his 2011 U.S. Open triumph
    $1000 26
A total score drops its "T" to become a supporter, like a friendly country

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Andy Amanda George
$2,400 $1,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Amanda George
$4,400 $1,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Union troops cut a path 50 miles wide, destroying all public buildings & mills on Sherman's march to the sea through this state
    $400 1
Robinson Crusoe "taught him to say yes and no and to know the meaning of them"
    $400 12
She displays her pipes as Fantine in the 2012 film version of "Les Miserables"
    $400 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue in front of a television monitor.) A single moving image is suddenly held persistently in this film technique
    $400 11
G'day! the red species of this Aussie animal can hopalong, Cassidy, at about 30 miles per hour
    $400 21
There once was this 5-line type of poem, by humor & meter you'll know 'em
    $800 7
One of the Civil War's last battles was fought in May 1865 near the mouth of the Rio Grande in this state
    $800 2
This simple squire of Don Quixote has a wife, Teresa, a son, Sanchico, & daughter, Mari Sancha
    $800 13
This Oscar-winning actor released a self-titled album in 2011
    $800 27
A boxing move paired with "bobbing", or interlacing threads to form fabric
    $800 15
As it zips around the eastern, central & southern African plains at 70 mph, it's hard to say this large cat "never wins"
    $800 22
A car with a separate driver's compartment
    $1200 8
On Dec. 20, 1860 it became the first state to leave the Union; a few months later, the Civil War would begin there
    $1200 3
This Agatha Christie sleuth is fond of his chronicler Arthur Hastings but thinks he's a bit of an imbecile
    $1200 14
2011's "Let Them Talk" is an album of American blues by this Brit who played "House"
    $1200 28
Requiring only a small incision, laparoscopy is a surgical technique that is M.I., which stands for this
    $1200 16
We're not "laughing" at the spotted type of this doglike carnivore, which can run 40 miles per hour
    $1200 23
Lithe & nimble
    $1600 9
Fredericksburg in this state changed hands 7 times during the Civil War
    DD: $2,000 4
In the "Iliad", Patroclus is the bosom companion of this fierce Greek warrior
    $1600 17
She did her own singing & learned the autoharp to play June Carter Cash; the effort paid off in an Oscar
    $1600 29
The flowers are piled on top of each other in moribana, a style of this classical art of Japanese flower arranging
    DD: $3,000 19
Check out the grace of a Thomson's this type of antelope, but do it quickly; it can hit 50 miles per hour
    $1600 24
"Incredible" mollusk of the genus Patella
    $2000 10
After some federal control was established in 1862, Lincoln made Andrew Johnson the military gov. of this state
    $2000 5
In Patrick O'Brian's sea novels, physician Stephen Maturin is the sidekick of this captain
    $2000 18
He did his own singing as rocker Stacee Jaxx in the movie "Rock Of Ages"
    $2000 30
William Faulkner used this 3-word narrative technique to render a flow of impressions
    $2000 20
Go forward, move ahead, try to detect this 7-letter hound that can run 35 mph, it's not too's this hound, good
    $2000 25
In math, a converging series approaches this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Amanda George
$13,600 $11,200 $14,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Premiering in 1993, this show lasted 11 seasons, like its predecessor show; the 2 were set nearly 2,500 miles apart

Final scores:

Andy Amanda George
$22,401 $16,200 $27,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $27,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Amanda George
$15,600 $9,600 $14,800
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,000

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Game tape date: 2012-12-05
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