Show #6828 - Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Julia Collins game 8.


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John Ogden, a communications executive from Silver Spring, Maryland

Mallory Howe, an eighth grade history teacher from Brea, California

Julia Collins, a supply chain professional from Kenilworth, Illinois (whose 7-day cash winnings total $144,910)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Eh?)
(Alex: We want you to name the show, of course.)
(Alex: Each correct response begins and ends with the letter C.)
    $200 5
A "double double" is one of these with 2 creams & 2 sugars
    $200 16
This male singing voice is about halfway between tenor & bass
    $200 11
Ricky Ricardo
    $200 21
Buddy Holly &
Yuri Gagarin
    $200 26
Fashionable, in French
    $200 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) In 1916, "Boy with Baby Carriage" earned Norman Rockwell $75 & his first of more than 300 covers for this magazine
    $400 6
In Toronto, your "hydro bill" is for this essential, not water
    $400 17
He was the U.S. president between Andrew Johnson & Rutherford B. Hayes
    $400 12
Howard Cunningham
    $400 22
Sir Thomas More; punishment chosen by Henry VIII, obviously a fan
    $400 27
Broad-minded, whether part of a church or not
    $400 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) Used to promote war bonds during World War II, Rockwell's "Four Freedoms", depicting freedom from want & fear, freedom of worship, & the one here, freedom of speech, were inspired by a 1941 speech given by this man
    $600 7
"Deke", a hockey move that fakes a defender out of position, is short for this word
    $600 18
In a trilogy, it's the book that comes between "The Hunger Games" & "Mockingjay"
    $600 13
Charles Ingalls
    $600 23
Percy Shelley
    $600 28
Vast, or relating to the universe
    $600 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) In the work here, painted over 11 years, Rockwell takes you for a Christmas Eve stroll along this primary thoroughfare in Stockbridge -- every small town has one
    $800 8
To Canadians, this person present at an exam is called an "invigilator"
    $800 19
For the 1962 Nobel Prize in Medicine, his name comes between that of co-winners Francis Crick & Maurice Wilkins
    $800 15
Ponderosa rancher Ben Cartwright
    $800 24
Mary Surratt, who had the wrong guests at her boardinghouse
    $800 29
Adjective for a coma-like daze sometimes seen in schizophrenia
    $800 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) Fond of Dickens & Victorian images, Rockwell based the one here on this classic tale
    $1000 9
Perfect for the cooler weather, a "tuque" is one of these
    $1000 20
Listed alphabetically, this state capital comes between Denver & Dover
    $1000 14
Tim Taylor
    $1000 25
Around 36 A.D.:
Saint Stephen, killed by a mob in this specific way
    $1000 30
A language written in the Greek alphabet but descended from Ancient Egyptian
    DD: $1,000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) For "The Recruit" in 1966, Rockwell borrowed the pose of the football player from a sculpture of Giuliano de' Medici by this Florentine master

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

Julia Mallory John
$1,200 $3,400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Mallory John
$4,600 $4,400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The 2014 bee is coming up. In this category, you have to spell the correct response.)
    $400 5
In this poem, Coleridge wrote, "and a good south wind sprung up behind; the albatross did follow"
    $400 10
One of Morocco's 4 imperial cities, it's located on the Atlantic coast at the mouth of the wadi Bou Regreg
    $400 20
He's a bad mother--shut your mouth! But I'm talkin' about Richard Price, who co-wrote this 2000 action reboot
    $400 16
Erik the Red established the first Viking colony on this island around 985 & gave it an enticing name
    $400 4
A hard reboot of your computer can be accomplished with this simple pair of steps
    $400 26
A French-named sled with its own Olympic events
    $800 6
Anne Sexton's elegy for this fellow doomed poet recalls the time "we downed three extra dry martinis in Boston"
    $800 11
This country is partly on the Balkan Peninsula
    $800 21
"Darkness falls across the land, the midnight hour is close at hand", this actor rapped on "Thriller"
    $800 19
In 1407 the Casa di San Giorgio was founded with the crazy idea of being a public one of these for Genoese to bring ducats
    $800 15
Turn your Conair one of these on an empty printer cartridge to loosen up the last bits of ink
    $800 27
An apartment that's owned, not rented
    $1200 7
Beloved Aussie Banjo Paterson called one poem "A Singer of" this, another term for the Outback
    $1200 12
It flows through Lake Constance on its way to the North Sea
    $1200 22
In 2013 this decades-old TV show had its biggest winner; she earned a $160k sports car
    $1200 1
Around 1169 Arab philosopher Ibn Rushd began writing his commentaries on the works of these 2 ancient Greeks
    DD: $1,000 17
A salad spinner can help diagnose anemia by acting as this device to separate red blood cells from plasma
    $1200 28
A World War II suicide pilot
    $1600 8
In this Longfellow poem, the little village of Grand-Pre lay "in the Acadian land on the shores of the Basin of Minas"
    $1600 13
In 1895 Oscar Wilde went to gaol in this town
    $1600 23
Megyn Price & Patrick Warburton played the long-married Audrey & Jeff Bingham on this CBS sitcom
    $1600 2
Beginning in 1378, the Great Schism saw rival popes in Rome & this French city
    $1600 18
In 2013 NASA added a snorkel to astronauts' helmets in case of water buildup during this activity
    DD: $3,000 9
The longest poem in "Leaves of Grass", called this since 1881, consists of 52 sections
    $2000 14
This island, the birthplace of Virginia Dare, is part of Dare County
    $2000 24
African-American soprano Mary Price is better known by this name
    $2000 3
In 1085 William the Conqueror ordered a survey of his English lands & people, called this book
    $2000 25
Keeping a computer secure by disconnecting it from a network is using this type of 3-letter "gap"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Mallory John
$21,200 $7,800 $8,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This band used a picture of the Hindenburg disaster on the cover of its eponymous debut album

Final scores:

Julia Mallory John
$25,700 $14,800 $15,601
8-day champion: $170,610 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julia Mallory John
$21,200 $8,000 $8,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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Game tape date: 2014-02-04
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