Show #6813 - Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Sandie Baker game 1.


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Ed Hagar, a director of compensation from Mobile, Alabama

Sandie Baker, a translation coordinator from Eastpointe, Michigan

Derrick Shivar, an environmental compliance manager from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Aeron & Eames are types of this piece of furniture from Herman Miller, Inc.
    $200 2
If you're kissing (only kissing), you've gotten to this place on the diamond
    $200 6
Introduced in 1964, the Sooner Schooner of this university resembles those used in the 1889 land run
    $200 26
Lessons in law from the judge to give direction to the jury are called these
    $200 21
John Donne wrote, "Death, be not" this, "though some have called thee mighty & dreadful, for though art not so"
    $200 16
"How to ____ an Atomic Bomb"
    $400 12
Though often controversial, he's won more World Cup ski races than any other American man
    $400 3
Sorry champ, it ain't your night: to give up, it's said you "throw in" this
    $400 7
This university is home to its state's Writers Hall of Fame, which includes Alice Walker & Margaret Mitchell
    $400 27
To win this 92-year-old event means being judged on talent, an answer to an on-stage question & how you look in a swimsuit
    $400 22
Last name of Dorothy Sayers' detective Lord Peter
    $400 17
Billy Joel:
"____ Street"
    $600 13
Portia Simpson Miller, known as "Sista P", is the first female prime minister of this Caribbean island nation
    $600 1
I'll bet this slang term for a 2-dollar bill you know it also describes a 40-40 tennis score
    $600 8
Just do it, indeed! Nike's Phil Knight has spent more than $300 million toward athletics & academics at this school
    $600 28
In Olympic diving, judges score each dive on a scale ranging from 0 to 10 multiplied by the "degree of" this
    $600 23
Criticism of this gloomy novel & its loser title hero put Thomas Hardy off writing novels forever
    $600 18
Bruno Mars:
"Doo-Wops & ____"
    $800 14
This British actress has played real-life icons Edie Sedgwick & Tippi Hedren
    $800 4
Some say they're the Apocalypse guys; I say they're the 1-2-4-7 bowling pins I left standing
    $800 9
A knowingly ironic slogan of this New England university is "Think big. We do"
    $800 29
Robert Jackson took a leave as a Supreme Court justice to be the main U.S. lawyer at these trials
    $800 24
This "Volpone" author admired his contemporary Shakespeare but did find the Bard sometimes "full of wind"
    $800 19
John Lennon & Yoko Ono:
"Double ____"
    $1000 15
This Henry James heroine is shunned after she befriends an Italian man
    $1000 5
Think of NFL Game Day & you'll know this term for someone who criticizes with the advantage of hindsight
    DD: $1,200 10
This u. boasts "mesas to the west... the banks of the historic Rio Grande (&) the Sandia Mountains to the east"
    $1000 30
19th century Texas frontier lawman Judge Roy Bean declared that he was the "law west of" this river
    $1000 25
Of Irish descent but raised in India, this Kipling title youngster joins the English Secret Service
    $1000 20
Ray Charles:
"____ Loves Company"

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

Derrick Sandie Ed
$600 $1,600 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Derrick Sandie Ed
-$600 $6,400 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Sanskrit gives us this word for a word or formula chanted as a prayer; "om" is a sacred one to Hindus
    $400 1
A shade of gray, or Kingsford for your barbecue
    $400 12
Christian Bale as Dicky, drug-addict brother of boxer Micky, in this film
    $400 22
In a sonnet, Shakespeare calls this purplish flower a "sweet thief" for stealing its fragrance from his love's breath
    $400 6
Ooqueah & Ootah accompanied this admiral on his journey to the North Pole
    $400 11
Not highways, but these secondary roads
    $800 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew displays a calendar on the monitor.) Months in the Hindu calendar are subdivided into two fortnights; the dark fortnight occurs in this lunar stage, meaning the Moon is decreasing in illumination
    $800 2
Robert Goddard found the most effective rocket fuel was gasoline combined with this element in liquid form
    $800 13
This film made Timothy Hutton extraordinary
    $800 23
The "calla" this is popular for wedding bouquets
    $800 7
In 1905 Arthur Griffith founded this Gaelic-named party whose goal was Irish independence from Britain
    $800 25
One Rom; he or she may roam
    DD: $3,300 19
Hindus rhymingly believe in karma & this, the moral law governing individual conduct
    $1200 3
2-word alliterative term for combustible materials of biological origin in the Earth's crust
    $1200 14
The Oscar said he was forgiven for playing baddie Little Bill Daggett in "Unforgiven"
    $1200 24
In 1904 Ohio chose the red carnation as its state flower because this Ohioan & recently slain president often wore one
    DD: $1,000 8
On February 8, 1904 the Japanese launched an attack on Port Arthur, this country's naval base in China
    $1200 28
It precedes "of the Spanish Chest" in the title of an Agatha Christie story that's not about Penelope Cruz
    $1600 20
Here's a statue of this Hindu deity who sometimes destroys the world so he can create it again
    $1600 4
In the 1840s, Abraham Gesner helped turn the lights on when he refined this liquid lamp fuel from coal
    $1600 15
Alan Arkin was the darker side of this film
    $1600 26
The beard gives insects something to hold onto when looking for nectar on the bearded varieties of this flower
    $1600 9
Published in London in 1908, his book "Scouting for Boys" began a worldwide movement
    $1600 29
It's the "H" in ADHD
    $2000 21
The name of this epic poem of Hinduism translates as "song of the lord"
    $2000 5
This method of fuel extraction injects fluid at high pressure into underground rock formations to free trapped gas & oil
    $2000 16
He got his Oscar the old-fashioned way: he earned it as Prof. Kingsfield in "The Paper Chase"
    $2000 27
The white lotus is this African country's national flower
    $2000 10
This new labor organization, the IWW, was founded in 1905; its members were known as Wobblies
    $2000 30
Condition that affects every werewolf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Derrick Sandie Ed
$6,800 $12,400 $15,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Mayo Clinic Mile is a walking path that features 1 mile, 5K & 10K routes within this structure

Final scores:

Derrick Sandie Ed
$300 $22,400 $6,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Derrick Sandie Ed
$9,000 $12,400 $13,800
12 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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Game tape date: 2013-12-18
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