Show #7016 - Monday, March 2, 2015


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Leslie Gordon, a market research analyst originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Thomas Phillips, a graduate student originally from Greenville, Alabama

Jose Garriga, a communications specialist from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $38,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This type of fork used for seafood shares its name with a type of mixed drink or party
    $200 2
Middle name of A.A. Milne's son Christopher, who became a familiar children's lit character
    $200 18
In the movie "Ratatatouille", Remy is one of these
    $200 9
Smell the coffee! This country's highest peaks are the nearly 19,000-foot Simon Bolivar & Cristobal Colon
    $200 13
Much this, bustle or fuss, about something
    $200 30
They say "The road to" this non-chilly place "is paved with good intentions"
    $400 7
Go into the briny deep to pluck the fork named for this six-letter food stuff
    $400 3
He's Sholem Aleichem's dairyman
    $400 19
On this Showtime series Michael Sheen plays William Masters, pioneering sex researcher & partner of Virginia Johnson
    $400 12
Things can get Messi in this country whose southern tip is only about 600 miles from Antarctica
    $400 14
Unavoidable ill fortune, or a bestselling 1990s video game
    $400 29
There's warm bread in this adjective, a synonym of warm
    $600 23
Our change-up in the category is the perfect pitch this item provides
    $600 4
This composer named Gustav may have been the model for the doomed composer Gustav in "Death in Venice"
    $600 20
Eden Sher plays the middle child Sue Heck on this TV family comedy
    $600 11
The Atlantic & the Rio de la Plata, an estuary, are on this nation's southernmost border
    $600 15
It can also mean to waste time doing a foolish activity, like calling a feather macaroni, maybe
    $600 26
Geologists think the temperature of the earth's outer this may be 8,000 degrees; the inner, a balmy 11,000
    $800 22
Welcome to that 70s craze with these forks used in a sauce-like dish of Swiss origin
    $800 5
This author created Eliot Rosewater & Kilgore Trout
    $800 24
Sydney Glazier & Jack Grossberg were the producers of this 1968 film
    $800 8
Kourou, in the possession called "French" this, was home to a prison camp & now has a space center nearby
    $800 16
This instrument is also called a dronepipe
    $800 28
Rhyming, fur-lined soft boot that keeps eskimos' tootsies warm
    $1000 21
The length of this fork hits those hard to reach spots within the namesake crustacean
    $1000 6
Sci-fi writer Philip Jose Farmer rhymingly titled a work "The other log of" this Jules Verne world traveler
    $1000 25
A parody of soap operas, this controversial sitcom focused on 2 families: the Campbells & the Tates
    $1000 10
This landlocked country would've gotten away with having a coast on the Pacific if it weren't for that meddling Chile
    DD: $1,500 17
The smagg is the white headcover of these nomadic people
    $1000 27
If you're being reprimanded, you're being "hauled over" these items--Ow!

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

Jose Thomas Leslie
$1,800 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jose Thomas Leslie
$3,600 $3,800 $4,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
Mystery surrounds Etta Place & he romances with Butch Cassidy & this fellow heistmeister
    $400 1
This Stephen Foster song was first performed in 1847 by Nelson Knaess, who may or may not have had a banjo on his knee
    $400 26
From 1997 to 2003 she went by Buffy Anne Summers
    $400 10
Your left lung is smaller in volume than the right in this system due to the heart's asymmetrical position
    $400 19
FSU: Not Florida State University, but this "former" member of this defunct nation
    $400 30
Jones says his app hires drivers; we can pay them with this blue gem
    $800 17
This Empress was wild about the obese, vain & one-eyed Grigory Potemkin
    $800 2
Nobody rocked this single-reed instrument like king of swing Benny Goodman
    $800 25
In 2014 he tweeted, "I just uttered my last word as Barney "Awsomepants" Stinson"
    $800 11
It's not 15 miles on the alimentary canal but about 30 feet, as part of this system
    $800 7
GWP: "Gross world" this
    $800 29
If you want to find this before the tide gets in, you'll have to get up early
    DD: $3,000 14
While courting, he had a standing invitation for Sunday dinner at the Wallaces' home in Independence
    $1200 3
You know you're great when they name a guitar after you, like this maestro, who passed away in 2009 at age 94
    $1200 22
In "A Fish Called Wanda", she's a woman called Wanda
    $1200 12
Antigen-presenting cells surround foreign substances & take care of business within this 6-letter system
    $1200 5
NGO: This, such as the International Crisis Group
    $1200 28
The astronomer carefully adjusted the top azimuth of his telescope made of this
    $1600 13
This "merry monarch" was merry indeed; he had numerous mistresses, including actress Nell Gwynn
    $1600 8
In the 1820s members of this tribe published a Christian hymnal written in Sequoyah's syllabary
    $1600 23
He's the Dark Lord of the Sith--well, the voice, anyway
    $1600 20
Arteriosclerosis is a common disease of this, AKA the cardiovascular system
    $1600 4
CITES: "Convention on the international trade in" these precious flora & fauna
    $1600 27
Stop along the way to Australia's Lightning Ridge Field & you may find the prized black type of this
    $2000 18
In 1297 an English sheriff hanged Marion, the bride of this Scottish outlaw--big mistake
    $2000 9
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents.) His roamin' & ramblin' took him from the Oklahoma of his birth to Texas, California, the Columbia River Valley & finally, Coney Island; after he died his ashes were scattered in the water of the Gulf Stream
    $2000 24
A child star in "The Bad News Bears", he's been a very different presence in recent films like "Watchmen"
    $2000 21
The pituitary & thyroid glands are in this system that regulates body processes by secreting hormones
    DD: $3,000 6
OSCE: "Organization for" these 2 things "in Europe"
    $2000 15
I went on the Hajj as per Muhammad's example & saw lots of this type of quartz

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jose Thomas Leslie
$12,800 $13,000 $9,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He wrote the 1971 opener "We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold"

Final scores:

Jose Thomas Leslie
$23,001 $25,601 $19,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,601 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jose Thomas Leslie
$12,800 $15,000 $11,200
21 R,
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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