Show #6673 - Wednesday, September 25, 2013


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Eric Winschel, a roofing contractor from Pasadena, California

Kamal Foreman, an attorney from Smyrna, Georgia

Neal Pollack, a writer from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response in that category will be a word made up of the letters in the word "divisible".)
    $200 22
Scrunching up the face of a celeb is a meme named for this lazy arboreal mammal; Kristen Bell approves
    $200 1
(I'm Anderson Cooper.) I trick you not, one of my ancestors, Harold Stirling Vanderbilt, is known for creating the "contract" type of this game
    $200 6
The Bible attributes more than 3,000 proverbs to this monarch
    $200 7
David Hasselhoff reprised his role as Mitch but was now a detective in a spinoff from this beach-y keen show
    $200 12
26 states, including Amazonas & Maranhao
    $200 17
Jar covering
    $400 23
A monkey in a coat became an Internet star after it was left at this Swedish furnishings store
    $400 2
A Canadian computer scientist showed that, with best play, this game also called draughts will end in a draw
    $400 18
At age 187 he had a son named Lamech & went on to live another 782 years
    $400 8
Soup up a Pontiac Trans-Am to go 300 mph, install a peevish voice & David Hasselhoff & you get this '80s show
    DD: $1,200 13
21 counties, including Gavleborg & Vastmanland
    $600 29
BuzzFeed loves the baby meme named for this word that can mean either making a face or assaulting with intent to rob
    $600 3
Also called "bones", these game pieces each have 0 to 6 pips on each end
    $600 19
Dating from the 300s A.D., one of the oldest bibles is a codex that's been in this library since at least 1481
    $600 9
Before Howard Stern there was Hasselhoff, one of the 3 original judges on this NBC show
    $600 14
9 provinces & 7 metropolitan cities, including Inch'on-Gwangyoksi
    $600 28
Thin covering favored by Salome
    $800 25
BuzzFeed went viral with a post on the best (& worst) parodies of this Macklemore-Ryan Lewis song about a store
    $800 4
You can use the Chinese, Japanese or American rules in this game of tiles with dots, craks & bams
    $800 20
Mentioned in Revelation 6, they are sometimes named as Conquest, Slaughter, Famine & Death
    $800 10
In 2011 Hasselhoff guested as an ex-adult film star named Dondo on this FX biker show
    $800 15
11 provinces, including Shirak & Yerevan
    $800 27
Shorthand for the mallet instrument mastered by Lionel Hampton
    $1000 24
BuzzFeed did an expose on the surly feline, real name Tardar Sauce, known as this meme
    $1000 5
Aztecs, Romans & Ottomans are all part of the fifth iteration of this Sid Meier computer game
    $1000 21
New Testament authors love this O.T. prophet, like when Matthew 1 references his "a virgin shall conceive"
    $1000 11
In a 1998 TV movie, the Hoff played "Nick Fury: Agent of" this organization that got its own TV show in 2013
    $1000 16
7 divisions, including Chittagong & Dhaka
    $1000 26
Discolored, or very angry

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

Neal Kamal Eric
$2,600 $3,200 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Neal Kamal Eric
$3,000 $4,800 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we'll give you the clue--the word.)
    $400 16
Liu Xiaobo, winner of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize, spent 19 months in prison for his role in the June 1989 protests at this site
    $400 5
Henry James once thought that this "Jungle Book" author "contained the seeds of an English Balzac"
    $400 6
"Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship"
    $400 21
Used by the Aztecs to treat epilepsy, it was named for Swedish botanist Anders Dahl
    $400 15
An actress who starred in "Grease" becomes the one Republicans want as Speaker of the House
    $400 30
This person with more than one spouse
    $800 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) A 1930 march against Britain's salt tax spanning 240 miles from an ashram at Sabarmati to the town of Dandi on the Arabian Sea was a nonviolent protest led by this man
    $800 4
E.M. Forster called this "Lord Jim" author "misty in the middle as well as at the edges"
    $800 7
"Oh, no. It wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast"
    $800 22
Carolus Clusius of the University of Leiden was the chief founder of this flower's bulb culture in the Netherlands
    $800 14
California's governor gets delicious as a "feminine" dessert made with apples & bread crumbs
    $800 29
    $1200 18
In 1970 an anti-Vietnam War protest at this state school in Ohio led to the deaths of 4 students
    $1200 3
This horror master didn't sugarcoat it: "(J.K.) Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can't write worth a darn"
    $1200 8
"This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off"
    $1200 23
Also called a sword lily, this garden flower grows from bulb-like stems called corms
    $1200 13
An "Atlas Shrugged" author turns into a Kentucky senator who loves him some "Atlas Shrugged"
    $1200 28
To harass or pester
    $1600 19
He wrote a play called "Protest" before becoming the interim president of Czechoslovakia
    $1600 2
F. Scott Fitzgerald said this author's "inclination is toward megalomania and mine toward melancholy"
    $1600 9
"You maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you... all to hell!"
    $1600 24
As you might suspect from its name, blue dawn is a variety of this climbing flower
    $1600 12
A South Carolina senator becomes an integral part of a s'more
    $1600 27
Excessively particular
    $2000 20
This painting by Picasso was his protest at the bombing of an undefended town during the Spanish Civil War
    DD: $3,000 1
Vachel Lindsay's poem "The Raft" said this author "in white stands gleaming like a pillar of the night"
    DD: $4,000 10
"I now pronounce you men & wives"
    $2000 25
Found in many different colors, this popular variety of orchid is known by its Latin genus name
    $2000 11
A Will Ferrell racer who liked to go fast speeds in as governor of Louisiana
    $2000 26
A former coin of Great Britain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Neal Kamal Eric
$10,000 $15,200 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Since his 1988 death, he's been inducted into the U.S. Hockey, World Figure Skating & National Inventors Halls of Fame

Final scores:

Neal Kamal Eric
$19,999 $10,399 $400
2-day champion: $45,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Neal Kamal Eric
$17,000 $15,200 $8,600
19 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2013-08-21
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