Show #6805 - Friday, March 28, 2014


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Julia Levine, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Douglas Beeler, a fertilizer market manager from Roanoke, Virginia

Amy Nienaber, an aspiring student from Bettendorf, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Next, we want you to name the TV show. We'll give you the...)
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with a "T", end with a "T", and there will be an "N" somewhere in there--not necessarily in the middle.)
    $200 6
Ewe ought to know it belongs to the genus Ovis
    $200 1
Best friends Eric McCormack & Debra Messing
    $200 11
This is actually the date the Declaration of Independence was adopted--most of the signing was on August 2
    $200 24
You "go off on" this geometric term if you digress suddenly
    $200 16
It's where the footprint
seen here was left.
    $200 17
Called the aviation equivalent of King Tut's tomb, a WWII fighter plane was discovered in 2012 in the sand of this largest desert
    $400 7
The stripes on the Grevy's species of this are narrower & closer together than on most other species
    $400 2
2 adolescents, both voiced by Mike Judge
    $400 12
One of the complaints spelled out in the declaration was "imposing" these "on us without our consent"
    $400 25
An oppressive ruler
    $400 20
Legend says his footprints & those of his blue ox, Babe, created Minnesota's 10,000 lakes
    $400 18
He's the movie character sculpted in sand for the 2013 Weston Sand Sculpture Festival in England
    $600 8
The prey of this wild dog of Australia includes kangaroos & wallabies
    $600 3
Cop Billy Gardell & teacher Melissa McCarthy
    $600 13
The handwriting on the document is probably that of Timothy Matlack, clerk to the secretary of this legislative body
    $600 28
An object of little value, like a small piece of jewelry
    $600 21
Now part of a memorial, their footprints are seen below
    $600 19
The Colorado national park called "Great Sand" these contains the tallest ones in North America
    $800 9
Europe's largest land mammal, the wisent, is also called this, like its American cousin
    $800 4
Streetwise cops Paul Michael Glaser & David Soul
    $800 14
Born in Boston in 1722, this signer was 13 years older than his cousin who became president
    $800 29
To sully or tarnish
    $800 26
It's been defined as the amount of greenhouse gases released into the environment by a person or group
    $800 22
This rattlesnake gets its name from the way it moves across the sand
    $1000 10
Hmm, what's that musky smell? Why, it's this catlike mammal found in Africa & Asia
    $1000 5
Lawyers Breckin Meyer & Mark-Paul Gosselaar
    DD: $1,000 15
Type of rights with which men are "endowed by their creator"; in the drafting, it changed from "in" to "un"
    $1000 30
British term for a merry-go-round; sounds like fair play
    $1000 27
The sculpture seen here in Sanchi, India, represents his footprint
    $1000 23
This Beach Boy had a sandbox built around his piano so he could feel the sand between his toes for inspiration

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

Amy Douglas Julia
$3,200 $200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Douglas Julia
$7,000 $1,000 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Fort Sam Houston
    $400 4
Produced by oxidation & found on old cars, it consists chiefly of ferric hydroxide & ferric oxide
    $400 16
The few non-LY adverbs include this one often found between "a job" & "done"
    $400 11
"God & Man at" this Ivy League school, by William F. Buckley
    $400 13
Scottish Highland ones have 2 tenor drones & a bass drone, tuned an octave apart
    $400 2
As Bonnaroo is a music festival in this state, in 2012 Phish delighted the crowd with the Volunteers anthem "Rocky Top"
    $800 18
Fort Ticonderoga
    DD: $4,000 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew does a demonstration with water in some flasks.) Unlike tap water, when you place tonic water near a blacklight, you'll find that it glows, due to the fluorescent properties of this alkaloid used in the treatment of malaria
    $800 17
The alliterative phrase "act" this way means conform to the instructions you've been given
    $800 14
Supply-side economist George Gilder's "Wealth and" this opposite
    DD: $1,600 24
This character's name came from blowing flies off his nose when his arms were stiff after a honey hunt
    $800 3
Night must have fallen in 2009 by the time he ended his set with "Dancing In The Dark"
    $1200 19
Fort Benning
    $1200 8
In 1938 a DuPont chemist's try at a gas refrigerant didn't pan out, but did lead to a solid non-stick polymer now known as this
    $1200 28
I searched in this frantic way for my lost wallet--it sounds like my body temperature was elevated
    $1200 15
This Fox News & talk radio star's "Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama's Radical Agenda"
    $1200 25
It's this proverbial 2-word phrase "that blows nobody any good"
    $1200 5
In 2011 this Detroit rapper opened with "Won't Back Down" & then did not, all the way through his encore, "Lose Yourself"
    $1600 20
Fort Lee
(but it ain't in New Jersey, pal!)
    $1600 9
C10H14N2 is the chemical formula for this highly addictive natural substance
    $1600 29
Last name of Johnny, played by Michael Keaton in a 1984 comedy
    $1600 22
Richard M. Weaver's appeal for intelligence titled "Ideas Have" these results
    $1600 27
3-letter last name of instrument maker Adolphe, who patented a conical metal tube with padded keys in 1846
    $1600 6
A weirdlight of Bonnaroo 2010 was the teaming of Chromeo (featuring P-Thugg) & this 1st half of the "Kiss On My List" duo
    $2000 21
Fort Sill
    $2000 10
The amount of energy needed to transform a solid to a liquid is called this kind of heat
    $2000 30
"The surgeon removed my right atrium & ventricle", Tom Swift said in this unenthusiastic fashion
    $2000 23
"Witness", by this anticommunist witness against Alger Hiss
    $2000 26
A cold, dry wind that's one of Provence's main local weather phenomena; the judge has declared it this
    $2000 12
Thom Yorke said this band's 2006 Bonnaroo set was "my favorite gig for years and years and years"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Douglas Julia
$28,200 $4,600 $9,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Prior to "Silver Linings Playbook", the last film to get Oscar nominations in all 4 acting categories was this film partly set in Russia

Final scores:

Amy Douglas Julia
$30,000 $0 $9,790
2-day champion: $51,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Douglas Julia
$24,200 $4,600 $10,800
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
6 R,
0 W
22 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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Game tape date: 2013-12-04
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