Show #6652 - Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Mark Japinga game 4.


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Amanda Farrish, a public relations associate from Vernon, Connecticut

Jeffrey Wachs, an attorney from Irvine, California

Mark Japinga, a legislative researcher from Washington, D.C. (whose 3-day cash winnings total $76,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Information and recipes from the book with that title.)
    $200 10
In 2005 he became Chief Justice without ever being an associate justice
    $200 16
A keepsake of your exploits as a student in one grade; I'll sign yours if you sign mine
    $200 6
Charles Dickens enjoyed doing these for guests, like making a plum pudding appear in a hat
    $200 1
Before "Caddyshack", he toted clubs at Indian Hill Golf Club, which must be infested with gophers
    $200 27
Exert secret influence in order to gain an end, or how a puppeteer controls a marionette
    $200 19
Cuervo is known for this colorful type of tequila also known as joven, or "young"
    DD: $1,500 11
This Chief Justice once wrote, "I don't remember that I ever was President"
    $400 17
This group sang the '80s hit "Everybody Wants To Rule The World"
    $400 7
This author enjoyed a good game of billiards and had a table for it in his house
    $400 2
St. Andrews caddie Willie "Trap Door" Johnson wore a hollow-soled boot to hide lost these, which he sold back to his clients
    $400 28
The rural motor sport seen here, you won't see these monsters on the farm
    $400 20
Top-shelf tequila is labeled "tequila 100% blue" this plant
    $600 12
Before becoming Chief Justice in 1953, he was the only California governor elected to 3 consecutive terms
    $600 18
Look, up ahead! It's one of these small, treeless areas within a forest
    $600 8
Lord Byron enjoyed this athletic activity & crossed the Hellespont that way (about a mile) in 1810
    $600 3
Tiger Woods' ex-caddie Steve Williams helped this Australian win the 2013 Masters
    $600 29
The character of Precious Jones in her 1996 novel "Push" was based on girls she'd met as a Harlem teacher
    $600 25
To enjoy a blue margarita, all you need is the blue type of this orange liqueur instead of triple sec
    $800 13
In 1986 he replaced Warren Burger as Chief Justice
    $800 21
Spit out your gum & tell me this common name for Mentha spicata
    $800 9
It proved fatal for Percy Shelley, but he enjoyed this nautical pursuit until the very end
    $800 4
Though an excellent golfer, Cheech Marin played Kevin Costner's caddie in this movie
    $800 30
Having no opener for his beverage can at a picnic prompted Ernie Fraze to invent this in 1959
    $800 24
Tequila, lime juice & grapefruit soda make one of these, also the name of Picasso's daughter
    $1000 14
Portland was the middle name of this Chief Justice who sought the presidency in 1868 & 1872 while serving on the court
    $1000 22
Named after a doctor, it's a way to find cellular changes on the cervix
    $1000 15
This "Delta Wedding" author's photos of rural Mississippi are as evocative as her stories
    $1000 5
(I'm New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman.) At the 1970 U.S. Open at Hazeltine I caddied for this Puerto Rican golfer famed for his sword dance after birdies
    $1000 26
In "The Story of Doctor Dolittle", it's described as the rarest animal of all, with "no tail, but a head at each end"
    $1000 23
The vodka-based Moscow Mule has a tequila-based counterpart fittingly named for this animal

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

Mark Jeffrey Amanda
$7,700 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Jeffrey Amanda
$10,900 $5,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
Prairie dogs aren't dogs; they're actually this type of animal
    $400 18
Also a musical term, it's the adjective for a fixed rate like the $52.00 for JFK airport to Manhattan
    $400 11
Around 226 B.C. a "colossal" earthquake destroyed the statue of Helios on this island
    $400 3
A smooch
    $400 16
In case of an emergency, this presidential plane includes a medical suite where operations can be performed
    $400 1
The price is right for "Priceless Memories", the autobiography of this game show host
    $800 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us a photo of a Cardinal bird with unusual markings.) The Cardinal seen here with its colors split down the middle is a genetic anomaly known as a gynandromorph, meaning it exhibits the qualities of both these
    $800 19
In law, this type of rational "man" represents the ordinarily sensible, prudent member of society
    $800 12
Popular tourist destinations on this largest Mediterranean island include the ruins of Syracuse & Taormina
    $800 4
An attempt to gain ground by an NFL running back
    $800 17
It's the number of the Boeing jet that hasn't quite been a Dreamliner since taking to the skies in 2011
    $800 7
Inspiring a movie, it's the anatomical title of paralyzed artist Christy Brown's autobiography
    $1200 26
The largest of bats, genus Pteropus. are called "flying" these
    $1200 20
3-letter word found before maid, master or money
    $1200 13
The people of this island were not happy with a 2013 plan to raid their savings accounts to pay for a bank bailout
    $1200 5
Any hammer or wrench
    $1200 28
Operated by Perurail, the Hiram Bingham provides transportation from Cuzco to this archaeological site
    $1200 8
"The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas" was actually written by this woman about herself
    $1600 30
Seen here, it's one of the few animals whose common & binomial names are the same
    $1600 21
It can mean "relating to sight, touch & their 3 friends" or "lushly satisfying"
    DD: $4,000 14
Its capital, Valletta, was named for a Grand Master of the Knights Hospitallers
    $1600 6
A tasty gateau
    $1600 27
Once a year the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express re-creates the original Orient Express route from Paris to this city
    $1600 9
"The Soundtrack of my Life" is the autobiography of this Arista records founder & musical mentor to many
    $2000 29
Lobodon carcinophagus, the "crabeater" type of this aquatic mammal, actually eats mainly krill
    $2000 22
From the name of a god, it can refer to ancient books of secrets, or to the airtight seal that was one of the secrets
    $2000 15
Ibiza & Minorca are part of this Spanish archipelago
    $2000 2
River where Achilles was dipped
    $2000 23
Introduced more than 55 years ago, it's the longest-serving bomber in the U.S. military
    DD: $3,000 10
His autobiography was first published in 1917 under the German title "Der Rote Kampfflieger"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Jeffrey Amanda
$20,900 $17,600 $3,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2013 Britain marked this show's 50th anniversary with a series of stamps of the 11 actors who have played the lead role

Final scores:

Mark Jeffrey Amanda
$35,900 $31,600 $7,200
4-day champion: $112,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Jeffrey Amanda
$17,400 $20,600 $3,600
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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Game tape date: 2013-04-15
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