Show #6670 - Friday, September 20, 2013

Jared Hall game 7.


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Matt Volk, a financial analyst from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Kellie Chan, a graduate student of biology from Chuluota, Florida

Jared Hall, a graduate student in global policy studies from Austin, Texas (whose 6-day cash winnings total $181,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
This longtime Washington Post reporter's book "The Secret Man" was about W. Mark Felt, his Watergate source
    $200 25
Awareness of this; the shots for polio & measles are needed for kindergarten
    $200 1
The geomagnetic one of these is somewhere near Greenland but won't stay still
    $200 10
This "Survival Guide" tells how to have "complete protection from the living dead"
    $200 20
All cyber roads lead to "ROM", this unchangeable computer feature
    $200 3
"Color a metropolis crimson"
    $400 16
He's the PBS newsman & presidential debate moderator seen here
    $400 13
Autism awareness & this profession, O.T. for short, which can help those with autism
    $400 2
Created in 1953, a 487-square-mile demilitarized zone separates this Asian country from its southern neighbor
    $400 12
Navy SEAL & expert marksman Chris Kyle called his autobiography "American" this type of shooter
    $400 21
The top-selling computer imaging software is this program released in 1987 & its related elements from Adobe
    $400 7
"Maintain one's digits folded" (for luck)
    $600 17
Once ABC's chief White House correspondent, Brit Hume now serves as senior political analyst for this channel
    $600 14
This 4-letter govt. agency's National Preparedness Month, to have a plan in case of natural disasters
    $600 4
The Roanoke River flows into the northeastern part of this state & empties into Albemarle Sound
    $600 23
"The Cuckoo's Calling", a British mystery novel, sold modestly until she was unmasked as its author in 2013
    $600 22
It's the top-level Internet domain for universities such as Cornell & Gonzaga
    $600 8
"Obstinate like one 4-legged crossbreed"
    $800 18
A onetime reporter for the Jerusalem Post, he joined CNN in 1990 & now serves as its lead political anchor
    $800 26
The generation with this food name (they care for their aging parents while supporting their own kids)
    $800 5
The English Channel & the Strait of Dover connect this body of water with the Atlantic Ocean
    $800 24
George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" series includes "A Storm of Swords" & "A Dance with" these creatures
    $800 9
"Illumination from one underground passage's terminus"
    $1000 19
His eyewitness reports of WWII's Battle of Britain marked the coming of age of radio journalism; good night, & good luck
    $1000 27
Adopt a shelter cat & awareness of this musical instrument--"Lady Of Spain", anyone?
    $1000 6
This oil-rich Alaskan area is situated between the Brooks Mountains & the Arctic Ocean
    DD: $3,000 28
At age 97 in 2012, quite a few years after his bestseller "The Caine Mutiny", he came out with "The Lawgiver"
    $1000 11
"One lifeless carillonneur"

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

Jared Kellie Matt
$3,800 $600 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Kellie Matt
$3,800 $800 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In the last category, [*], the clues will be delivered by the stars of Shark Tank, which debuts its current season today.)
    $400 1
In a screenplay, V.O. is short for this, saying things like "I remember the day I first saw Maureen..."
    $400 20
The Eskimos of Greenland invented this palindromic craft
    $400 12
"Hit Me With Your Best Shot"
    $400 8
Glass Town is an imaginary place in the early collaborations of this famous trio of sisters
    $400 7
The Alamo is where William Travis gained his fame; this building a 15-minute walk away is where Tim Duncan once gained his
    $400 2
(Here with the first clue is Kevin O'Leary.) In 1914, J. Paul Getty came back from goofing around in Europe & got into this family business in Oklahoma; it made him the USA's richest man
    $800 24
It's the identifier shown here
    $800 21
These long, flat-bottomed boats with one standing oarsman ply the Grand Canal to the Doge's palace
    $800 13
"If I Could Turn Back Time"
    $800 9
William S. Burroughs & Jack Kerouac of this movement co-wrote a 1944 novel, unpublished until 2008
    $800 10
San Antonio has one of the oldest wooden ones of these buildings, slapped up in 1918 to hold Curtiss Jennys
    $800 3
(Here's Laurie Griner.) You need dough to start an Ivy League school; Yale sold diamonds, Harvard owned real estate & Ezra Cornell built this most famous telegraph company
    $1200 25
Smart leaders pay attention to vox populi, this
    $1200 14
    $1200 11
Last name of mother & daughter Mary Higgins & Carol Higgins, who collaborate in the Christmas suspense genre
    $1200 17
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from San Antonio, TX.) This area along the banks of the San Antonio is a top Texas tourist attraction as well as an inspiration to other cities trying to create green space
    $1200 4
(Here's Mark Cuban.) In the late 1300s Giovanni made this family wealthy in the schmatte business; his son Cosimo began the rise to political power
    DD: $2,000 26
Since the 1940s, it's been bringing Uncle Sam's point of view to radio listeners worldwide
    $1600 15
"How Do I Live"
(1 of 2 female country singers)
    $1600 22
Coleridge & this Romantic published "Lyrical Ballads" together but failed to finish "The Wanderings of Cain"
    DD: $1,000 18
The city thrived as the starting point for this trail, named for a trader, that sent cattle up to Abilene, Kansas
    $1600 5
(Robert Herjavec delivers the clue.) In 1783 John Jacob Astor boarded a ship for the U.S. with $25 & 7 flutes; someone on board told him about this trade, which made him the richest man in America
    $2000 16
    $2000 23
George S. Kaufman was no rolling stone, as he gathered this partner to write "The Man Who Came to Dinner"
    $2000 19
Last name of twin Texas political figures, San Antonio US Congressman Joaquín & San Antonio Mayor Julian
    $2000 6
(Daymond John delivers the clue) Howard Hughes made a good decision to start buying stock in this globe-spanning airline in 1939. He sold his holdings in the '60s for $547 million

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Kellie Matt
$2,200 $4,400 $20,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

8 countries border mainland France; its smallest border, at 2.7 miles, is with this country

Final scores:

Jared Kellie Matt
$0 $4,400 $15,400
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jared Kellie Matt
$5,200 $4,000 $20,800
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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Game tape date: 2013-08-20
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