Show #6826 - Monday, April 28, 2014

Julia Collins game 6.


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Sarah Shody, a lawyer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bob Kochersberger, a journalism professor from Raleigh, North Carolina

Julia Collins, a supply chain professional from Kenilworth, Illinois (whose 5-day cash winnings total $102,810)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Adelaide Kane: The passions and power struggles around Mary, Queen of Scots, in between the lines of the history books.) (Alex: And you can watch Reign on the CW network, of course.)
    $200 3
A politician's nightmare, it struck 1928 vice presidential candidate Charles Curtis
    $200 14
Doing this before serving can keep you loose, but don't imitate Novak Djokovic, who does it up to 25 times
    $200 1
Have a "grape" time
at this resort island about four miles off the coast
    $200 2
Take your time; with no vowels, it's a sound made when thinking
    $200 22
Also a term for the pitching rubber in baseball, it's a thick, flat piece of stone or bacon
    $200 17
(I'm Adelaide Kane.) My character Mary, Queen of Scots, is also known as Mary Stuart, but due to my grandmother, a sister of Henry VIII, the blood of this other British family flows through my veins
    $400 7
It inflames a 3 1/2-inch abdominal tube of unknown purpose
    $400 27
Swing from low to high to hit this type of spin; some pros get 3,000 rpm on the ball
    $400 12
This "fire" appears on the masts of ships in stormy weather
    $400 4
Yiddish expression of dismay
    $400 23
A collection of lies, or a group of predators such as wolves that hunt together
    $400 18
(I'm Megan Follows.) I play Catherine, wife to Henry II of France; however, my character isn't French but rather from this influential Italian family
    $600 8
It's named for cavities around the nose--amoxicillin, please
    $600 28
Getting close to the net gives you better angles on your volleys but leaves you vulnerable to this--look up!
    $600 13
On since 1989, this ABC show demonstrates that people slipping on ice never gets old
    $600 5
It's slang for a cheesy Italian pie
    $600 24
This informal term for a large quantity is an alteration of "parcel"
    $600 19
(Adelaide Kane reads again.) Amy Brenneman plays my character's formidable mom, Marie de Guise, a Roman Catholic in Scotland at odds with the nobles of this faith in Scotland
    $800 11
Inflammation from poison oak is "contact" this
    $800 29
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows diagrams on the monitor.) Because the net is lower in the center & there's an extra 4 1/2 feet of court to work with, this type of diagonal shot is typically smarter than hitting it down the line
    $800 15
Part of a constellation, it's the keeper-upper indicated here
    $800 6
Japanese board game
    $800 25
The apostle Peter wrote that "charity shall cover" this amount "of sins"
    $800 20
(I'm Toby Regbo.) For years I have been destined to wed Mary, but a vision had by this legendary French mystic, an advisor to my mother the Queen, says it will cost me my life
    $1000 10
David Crosby is a public sufferer from it
    $1000 30
Popularized by Evert, Connors & Borg, it's an easier stroke to learn but does limit your reach
    $1000 16
This proverbial Roman lady "must be above suspicion"
    $1000 9
This "choice" word is also the color gold in heraldry
    $1000 26
At an auction, it's several articles up for bid that are sold as one unit
    DD: $1,500 21
(I'm Torrance Coombs.) Even though my character, Bash, has feelings for Mary, she is betrothed by my brother, who boasts this French title as Henry II's eldest son & heir apparent

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

Julia Bob Sarah
$1,400 $2,000 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Bob Sarah
$4,700 $5,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
From 1949 to 1990 it served as capital of West Germany
    $400 8
When you think of antebellum Southern belles, you think of this type of skirt held out with crinoline
    $400 3
This type of tea is said to date from around the end of the Ming Dynasty
    $400 4
Porter loves this city "in the winter, when it drizzles" & "in the summer, when it sizzles"
    $400 16
The duroc breed is called this kind of pig due to the rendered fat it is traditionally used to make
    $400 28
Because of his devotion & support to this former president, James K. Polk was nicknamed "Young Hickory"
    $800 18
This city known for its "trials" is called the birthplace of the watch & the clarinet
    $800 9
Chimney-pot is another name for this high silk top hat big in the 19th century
    $800 2
It precedes "I did it again" in a song by Ms. Spears
    $800 5
In a tune from "DuBarry Was a Lady", Porter rhymed this title word with "blendship"
    $800 22
Warthogs use the burrows of aardvarks for shelter & enter this way to protect themselves
    $800 29
On May 29, 1844 Polk's nomination as president was relayed via this medium, its first political use
    DD: $1,500 19
The Farina Fragrance Museum in this city has on exhibit perfume bottles dating from antiquity
    $1200 10
Worn in the 1870s, a full sleeve tied at intervals was named for this wife of Louis XVI
    $1200 1
It's a repetitious accompaniment in music provided by brasses
    $1200 6
"Here's hoping we meet now and then. It was great fun, but it was just" this
    $1200 23
In this Shakespeare play, Stanley dreams about being attacked by a boar, the title royal's heraldic symbol
    $1200 26
On July 4, 1848 Polk & his Cabinet attended the ceremonies in which the cornerstone of this monument was laid
    $1600 20
In Augsburg, home of these "elder" & "younger" portrait artists, a high school bears their name
    $1600 11
A clog of French peasants; add "-age" to get a type of destruction the peasants did by putting the shoes in machinery
    $1600 13
We need some energy! Vitality! Enthusiasm! We need some this 5-letter word!
    $1600 7
"While tearing off a game of golf I may make a play for the caddy, but when I do I don't follow through 'cause" of this
    $1600 24
Flat & hard, it's what a bush pig mainly uses to unearth food
    DD: $3,000 27
In his 1845 inaugural address, Polk mentioned annexing this republic & "her desire to come into our Union"
    $2000 21
The Karlstor, the Sendlinger Tor & Isartor are gates from medieval times that have been preserved in this Bavarian city
    $2000 12
This 18th century variation on the cocked hat had an upturned brim forming 3 equidistant peaks
    $2000 14
Meaning to exude moisture slowly, this word often follows "primordial"
    $2000 15
This title follows "When Sam Goldwyn can with great conviction instruct Anna Sten in diction, then Anna shows..."
    $2000 25
Female pigs are good for hunting truffles because the fungus' scent is similar to these chemical calling cards in males
    $2000 30
Polk's presidential campaign slogan was this numerical phrase, referring to the Oregon territory boundary dispute

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Bob Sarah
$19,000 $4,400 $10,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Due to injuries suffered in 2 plane crashes in Africa, he was unable to accept his 1954 Nobel Prize in person

Final scores:

Julia Bob Sarah
$22,000 $2,000 $19,800
6-day champion: $124,810 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Bob Sarah
$18,200 $7,400 $10,800
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2014-02-04
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