Show #6677 - Tuesday, October 1, 2013


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Elisabeth Houlik, an accountant from Allentown, Pennsylvania

Rich Hansen, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Fidelito Cortes, a writer from Port Jefferson Station, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
The skirt worn by the sugar plum fairy
    $200 1
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map of the U.S. with two cities marked.) Situated more than 2,700 miles apart, they're the northernmost & southernmost NFL teams
    $200 9
As a 14-year-old fighting in this war, Jackson was captured & held as a P.O.W. in Camden, South Carolina
    $200 21
The American Tolkien society honors these fictional creatures with their own day on September 22
    $200 25
Male swine are called these, a term also used for wild pigs
    $200 15
At the first one in 1902, Michigan beat Stanford 49-zip
    $400 6
Another term for the uterus
    $400 2
The rivalry between these two teams goes back to the 1930s
    $400 10
Jackson was a delegate to this state's Constitutional Convention, & some say he proposed the state's name
    $400 22
May 28, 1892 is the founding day of this conservation club
    $400 27
Beginning in the 1980s these small Vietnamese pigs were popular as pets
    $400 17
Izzy Stradlin was a founding member of this group in Los Angeles in 1985
    $600 8
A vulcanized piece of rubber used in a certain sport, it's also what the Brits call a computer mouse
    $600 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us a map of the US with a city marked.) Founded in Cleveland in 1937, this team moved west in 1946, and since 1995, has grazed over here
    $600 11
In the presidential election of 1824, Jackson won a plurality of electoral votes but lost to this man in the House
    $600 23
The date Congress authorized it, October 1 is the birthday of this national park, menaced by fire in the summer of 2013
    $600 28
One of the fastest members of the pig family is this large African species that can reach speeds of 35 mph
    $600 18
This married couple died together in Sing Sing June 19, 1953
    $800 14
To cheat, hopefully not by using the same-named chess piece
    $800 4
Based on the location of its stadium, this is the NFL's easternmost team
    $800 12
This Jackson pick for minister to Great Britain was rejected by the Senate but later became Jackson's second veep
    $800 24
On the Catholic calendar, Dec. 28 is Childermas, remembering the slaughter of the innocents in this biblical town
    $800 29
Because of their similarity to ours, these pig parts have been used for decades to replace those in the human heart
    $800 19
It's a nickname of the Kentucky Derby
    $1000 16
It's a South African word meaning to travel by ox wagon: a "Great" one began in 1835
    DD: $800 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us a map of the U.S. with a city marked.) The team that ended up here in the 1990s originated here under this name
    $1000 13
On June 6, 1833 Jackson became the first president to ride a train, the B&O, which stands for this
    $1000 26
October 29 in Turkey is this "Day", the kind of country Turkey became when the monarchy was overthrown
    $1000 30
2013 figures revealed this Midwest state is home to over 20 million pigs, more than 1/4 of the USA's total
    $1000 20
In 1942 she starred in the musical "Star and Garter"

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

Fidelito Rich Elisabeth
$600 $2,400 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fidelito Rich Elisabeth
$5,200 $2,400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

2013 BOOKS
(Alex: Golden because each correct response will contain the letters "A-U", the symbol for gold.)
    $400 16
Established in 1579, Vilnius University is the oldest university in this country
    $400 21
Today thought of as a prison in the bottom levels of a castle, originally it was the strongest building there
    $400 11
"Asile Hereditaire" in this Rossini opera is sung by a Swiss patriot remembering his father's slaying by Austrians
    $400 5
"Mad Men":
Jon Hamm
    $400 6
Meaning fashionably elegant, it can precede couture or ecole
    $800 17
Hey, y'all ex-comrades! In the local language, Tbilisi in this country derives from a word for "warm"
    $800 22
Hey you kids, go play in the tiltyard, where knights tried to unhorse each other using these
    $800 12
In a work by this composer, Siegfried sings about Nothung (that's a sword)
    $800 2
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
    $800 7
Once it meant a peg at the top of a tap to allow liquid to flow; now it means the whole tap
    $1200 26
In his "Life Code", this TV doctor tells readers how the world really works--the good, the bad & the ugly
    $1200 18
This capital of Belarus is the administrative center of the Commonwealth of Independent States
    $1200 23
This low wall at the top of the ramparts kept soldiers from falling off & protected against enemy fire
    DD: $3,800 13
This Mozart title man has already seduced Elvira & pursues her maid in "Deh, Vieni Alla Finestra", "O Come To The Window"
    $1200 1
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer":
David Boreanaz
    $1200 8
This large kettle or vat is used for boiling
    $1600 27
In Isabel Allende's coming of age story "Maya's Notebook", Maya's grandparents are emigres from this country
    $1600 19
In "Back In The U.S.S.R.". the Beatles sang girls here "really knock me out, they leave the west behind"
    $1600 24
A large, often iron & wood grate at the main entrance of a castle
    $1600 14
In "The Tales of" this author, he sings a little story about a dwarf named Kleinzach
    $1600 3
"Star Trek":
James Doohan
    $1600 9
The "Great" species of this penguin-like seabird was last sighted in 1844
    $2000 28
"A Memory of Light" was the long-awaited 14th & final book in this late fantasy author's "Wheel of Time" series
    $2000 20
These 2 neighboring beginning-of-the-alphabet countries both became part of the USSR in 1936
    $2000 25
The Arabic word kazir, meaning castle, gave us this word for Spanish structures like the one seen here in Segovia
    $2000 15
After Aeneas leaves, she sings, "When I Am Laid In Earth"
    $2000 4
"All in the Family":
Sally Struthers
    DD: $3,800 10
It once referred to a mock scepter carried by a court jester; now it refers to a small, showy ornament of little value

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fidelito Rich Elisabeth
$24,000 $6,400 $4,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With 3 each, "On the Waterfront" is tied with this film & its sequel for most Best Supporting Actor nominations

Final scores:

Fidelito Rich Elisabeth
$25,000 $9,155 $1,500
2-day champion: $45,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Fidelito Rich Elisabeth
$19,600 $6,400 $4,200
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
13 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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Game tape date: 2013-08-27
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