Show #6747 - Tuesday, January 7, 2014


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Andrew Nelson, an antiquarian bookseller from New Bedford, Massachusetts

Carolyn Gawlik, a workforce development manager from Dearborn, Michigan

Mary Manhardt, a documentary film editor from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Hey, this Oiler is only no. 14 on the NHL's all-time list of game-winning goal scorers! That's not so "Great"!
    $200 6
Jimmy Carter said this ramblin' wreck of a school was tougher academically than the Naval Academy
    $200 11
In Texas hold 'em these 2 cards are a "Woolworth"
    $200 14
The "mania" for this fried pig product has seen it on maple donuts & in chocolate bars, not just on breakfast plates
    $200 19
When the CIA does this to a formerly secret document, you & I may read it
    $200 26
In 2001 this radio pundit told his "Dittoheads" that he was deaf in his left ear & only had about 20% hearing in his right
    $400 2
In 1989 goalie Vladislav Tretiak became the first player from this country to be inducted into the hockey HOF
    $400 7
He entered William & Mary
in 1760
at age 16
    $400 12
In 5-card poker, "trips" is another name for this hand
    $400 15
The traditional meat served with redeye gravy is the country type of this, fried up
    $400 20
Lawsuit type representing the common interests of a large group
    $400 27
At the wedding of this founder of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., a grain of rice thrown for luck punctured her eardrum
    $600 3
Tiger Williams, who once KO'd an opposing coach with a stick to the head, holds the NHL record for most PM, these
    $600 8
He entered Harvard
in 1751
at age 15
    $600 13
I have this:
2 of clubs,
5 of hearts,
5 of spades,
2 of diamonds,
5 of diamonds
    $600 16
Who knew? Men's Health listed these puffy snacks made of fried pigskin as one "junk food that's good for you"
    $600 21
On Emirates Airlines, the seats in this section between first & economy recline into beds
    $600 28
Sam Seaborn on "The West Wing", this ex-Brat Pack actor became deaf in his right ear at age 1
    $800 4
In 2009 he followed his daddy Bobby into the Hockey Hall of Fame
    $800 9
Herbert Hoover was in the class of 1895, this California school's first
    $800 24
A pair of 8s is called these, which you might find on your lawn in winter
    $800 17
"Vom Schwein" after the name of this Austrian classic dish means it's made with breaded pork, not veal
    $800 22
U.S. Army rank just below specialist
    $800 29
In 1988 I. King Jordan became president of this university after students led a "deaf president now" campaign
    $1000 5
After Bill Quackenbush won this sportsmanship trophy in 1949, his tough-guy GM Jack Adams promptly traded him
    DD: $1,400 10
He graduated from the University of Cincinnati Law School, where he was later dean
    $1000 25
If you end up with a straight from the 10 to the ace, it's called this, like a NYC street
    $1000 18
They're fried bits of pork, often used as a taco filling
    $1000 23
Term for a senior or a junior compared to a freshman
    $1000 30
Late in life, in the 1820s, this Spaniard made some of his gloomiest art in Quinta del Sordo, "The Deaf Man's House"

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

Mary Carolyn Andrew
$1,200 $2,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Carolyn Andrew
$5,600 $3,800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin and end with the letter M.)
    $400 18
African folk-tale elements were used in this animated 1994 hit that showed you can't go wrong with a funny meerkat
    $400 11
Stephane Grappelli teamed with guitarist Django Reinhardt to play the "hot" style of this
    $400 13
I had to turn pages until I got one of these, which Scientific American calls "the most agonizing injury known"
    $400 28
East Timor gained its independence from this nation in 1999
    $400 6
Geoffrey de Villehardouin's "Chronicle of the Fourth Crusade" recounted the sack of this Byzantine capital city
    $400 1
A design composed of one or more initials; mine is seen here
    $800 19
In the 1999 Disney version, Tony Goldwyn didn't need the physique of earlier actors who played this swinger
    $800 12
This Israeli-American virtuoso was stricken with polio at age 4
    $800 14
I may have a concussion from encountering the underside of my desk while picking up the "gem" type of this fastener
    DD: $4,000 26
With Argentina's help, this country broke away from Brazil in 1825
    $800 7
"Liber Abaci", published in 1202, introduced this number, AKA zephirum, to Europe
    $800 2
Cloud type observed over Hiroshima in August 1945
    $1200 20
In Disney's "A Far Off Place", poachers kill the parents of this "Legally Blonde" star, who escapes via the Kalahari
    $1200 23
Dubbed "king of the one-liners", this comedian began his career as a violinist & used the instrument in his stand-up act
    $1200 15
My stapler was stolen, & I knew how Milton felt in this classic workplace movie
    $1200 27
Before a 1971 civil war changed things, this independent country was known as East Pakistan
    $1200 8
Last name of Roger, who in "Opus Majus" tried to organize scientific knowledge, & of Francis, who later did the same
    $1200 3
This magazine's Alyssa Milano covers always give you a rule to live by
    $1600 21
Look out for that tree in the made-up African nation of Bukuvu, this title guy!
    DD: $3,000 24
This 19th century virtuoso may have had Marfan syndrome, accounting for his elongated fingers
    $1600 16
This type of chair, from the Greek for "work", isn't so conducive to productivity when a lost wheel spills you out
    $1600 29
About the size of Pennsylvania, it broke free of Ethiopia in 1993
    $1600 9
The "Prose Edda" is partly set in this realm of the Norse gods, which has sections including Valhalla
    $1600 4
From the Dutch for "grind stream", it's a powerful whirlpool
    $2000 22
Kevin Bacon went to Africa hoping to recruit a tall tribesman to play basketball in this 1994 movie
    $2000 25
Plucking instead of bowing the strings; Bartok called for doing it extra-hard so the string snaps onto the wood
    $2000 17
Part of Excel spreadsheets, the "simple expense budget" one of these preset formats made my head hurt
    $2000 30
In 1990 South Africa reluctantly gave independence to this nation that had once been a German colony
    $2000 10
Rumi's "Masnavi", a series of spiritual poems, was a highlight of this mystical branch of Islam
    $2000 5
Seen here is an example of this 16th century art "ism" whose name is from the Italian for style

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Carolyn Andrew
$12,800 $6,400 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A member of Parliament said, "Those who have been saved have been saved through one man", this Italian

Final scores:

Mary Carolyn Andrew
$400 $6,400 $12,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Carolyn Andrew
$12,800 $9,400 $10,600
21 R,
2 W
12 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2013-11-05
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