Show #7031 - Monday, March 23, 2015


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Jill Locascio, an academic librarian from Brooklyn, New York

Nate Burgan, a research manager from Oak Park, Michigan

Alex Navissi, a business development associate originally from Katy, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
"46th State!"
    $200 19
A somniloquist is someone who does this while in his sleep
    $200 30
Earthlust's 1-liter stainless steel bottles are part of its "mission to eliminate" single-use water bottles made of this
    $200 1
France & the Mediterranean border this less-than-one-square-mile country
    $200 7
This VP's divorce was granted on the day of his death, Sept. 14, 1836; no gunplay was involved in either case
    $200 10
This designer has a Black Label line in addition to his Polo brand
    $400 15
"Instruction for Corporate Advancement Requiring Little Effort"
    $400 20
Low is another term for this animal sound
    $400 29
Feels like I've waited forever to open my 1-liter bottle of Ancient Age "Kentucky straight" this
    $400 2
This celeb-filled community in L.A. County lies on 21 miles of gorgeous but unstable coast
    $400 8
This former New York governor died in New York City on Jan. 26, 1979
    $400 11
Scarlett Johansson wears a form-fitting black leather suit as this Avenger
    $600 16
    $600 23
Someone who sells items made of this is a xylopolist
    $600 28 makes resealable 1-liter amber bottles specially designed to hold "micro" these
    $600 3
Only Greenland, New Guinea & Borneo are larger islands than this one off the coast of Africa
    $600 9
The first Democrat elected to the Senate from Minnesota since 1858, he died in Waverly on Jan. 13, 1978
    $600 12
Named for Teutonic invaders, the people in this subculture are identifiable by their pallor & black clothes
    $800 17
"Hilarious Chick"
    $800 24
It goes around & around carrying carved horses or airline passengers' bags
    $800 27
The 21st century generation can get 1-liter bottles of this soda with a red, white & blue circle logo
    $800 4
This city's million-plus people live 20 miles north of the Po
    $800 21
He died Nov. 23, 1814, but his name lives on whenever districts are redrawn
    $800 13
This memoir by Johnny Cash is subtitled "His Own Story in His Own Words"
    $1000 18
"Shoeless Within a Common"
    DD: $1,400 25
A public place for walking, or a square dance move in which couples march counterclockwise
    $1000 26
Is this an IQ test? Amazon sells a 1-liter bottle of this "vapor distilled" glaceau brand for $1.90--plus $8.99 shipping
    $1000 5
The 9,068-foot Mount Korab is the highest peak in this former Yugoslav republic
    $1000 22
This fiery veep from South Carolina died March 31, 1850 & was laid to rest in Charleston's Cemetery of St. Philip's
    $1000 14
This detergent with a fabric in its name has a "Darks" formula to keep your black clothes from fading

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

Alex Nate Jill
$3,000 $200 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Nate Jill
$4,000 $800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
In 1653 Jean-Baptiste Lully became court composer for this king with whom he had earlier danced in a ballet
    $400 8
God (Harry Shearer) tells this guy (Dan Castellaneta), "If you'll excuse me, I have to appear in a tortilla"
    $400 12
The geologic term "orogeny" comes from Greek oro, "mountain", plus this biblical term for creation
    $400 23
I gave my name to I-10, the transcontinental highway that runs from California to Florida, not Spain to the Indies
    $400 18
Your computer probably has a protector to guard against one of these
    $400 1
"Basic Instinct" & "Traffic" actor who got wacky & wrote "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
    $800 7
Georges Bizet died at 36, just 3 months after the initial failure of this opera
    $800 15
Graham Chapman had a 2-way conversation as both the voice of God & King Arthur in this classic 1975 comedy
    $800 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an animation on the monitor.) Orogenies are usually accompanied by folding or faulting of these layers, from Latin for "spread out"
    $800 24
The highway named for me, this king, winds from Kailua to Honolulu
    $800 22
The beluga this grows to 2,900 pounds but is at its most delicious in teeny egg form
    $800 2
"Marathon Man" novelist/screenwriter & investment bank whose stock symbol is GS
    $1200 9
Achille-Claude was the full first name of this faun-portraying composer
    $1200 28
For lo! This actor hath returned to his supreme being role in 2007's "Evan Almighty"
    $1200 14
The huge Nevadan orogeny began about 156 million years ago during the late part of this geologic period
    $1200 25
I didn't defeat Truman in 1948, but I did get New York's highway system named for me in 1964
    $1200 21
To spend money in an extravagant fashion
    $1200 3
"Paradise Lost" poet who won who the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1976
    $1600 10
A decade before composing "Bolero", he served as a driver in World War I
    $1600 16
God's burning bush voice in "The Ten Commandments" is this actor's, slowed down; he had another role in the '56 film, too
    $1600 26
In Idaho U.S. Highway 12 is named for us; it follows parts of our route
    DD: $4,000 20
It's the specialty of operating on the brain & spinal cord
    $1600 4
George Harrison song that says, "I really want to see you" & is the titled poet who was mad, bad & dangerous to know
    $2000 11
From 1979 to 1981 Georges Delerue won this French Oscar 3 straight years for scores including "The Last Metro"
    $2000 17
Ralph Richardson "stole" the show as God in this 1981 Terry Gilliam sci fi comedy, saying "Oh, I hate having to appear"
    $2000 27
Part of I-90, my tollway goes from Rockford to Chicago, like I did before I settled at Hull House
    $2000 19
Highfalutin term for a playwright
    $2000 5
"The Cantos" poet who is a dessert made with flour, butter, sugar & eggs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Nate Jill
$9,600 $4,400 $13,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Kipling wrote of this city, "If a car" can "run up & down a slit in the ground... why shall I seek the reasons of the miracle?"

Final scores:

Alex Nate Jill
$13,401 $8,600 $7,599
2-day champion: $26,901 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Nate Jill
$13,600 $5,800 $13,400
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2015-01-13
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