Show #7085 - Friday, June 5, 2015


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Chris Wonderly, a visual information specialist originally from Kansas City, Missouri

Jean Koff, a physician from Atlanta, Georgia

Addison Godel, a Ph.D. student in architectural history from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, according to the Nielsen SoundScan list...)
    $200 26
In 1954 Charles Lindbergh flew away with the Pulitzer Prize for this autobiography
    $200 10
Hello, goodbye
    $200 18
Levi's has its name on this NFL team's home stadium
    $200 7
It's the act of dying for one's faith; the painting seen here is called that "of Saint Sebastian"
    $200 3
An LL.D. is a doctor of laws; an LL.B. is this "of laws"
    $200 1
Topping the list: "Radioactive" by these alt-rockers
    $400 27
Maud Howe Elliott & 2 sisters won the 1917 prize with a bio on this "Battle Hymn Of The Republic" writer, their mother
    $400 12
Locally grown nuts
    $400 19
Appropriately, this brand of Western jeans sponsors the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
    $400 8
Isa is Arabic for this religious personage
    $400 9
When referring to ships, the "H" in H.M.S. can be either of these 2 words
    $400 2
Listeners continue to have faith in this anthem by Journey, No. 2 on the list
    DD: $1,500 28
Forrest Wilson's 1942 winner "Crusader in Crinoline" tells the story of this 19th c. abolitionist & author
    $600 13
Disney digs on Oahu
    $600 20
Early ads said, "Fall into" this jeans store
    $600 11
The azan, the Islamic call to prayer, is typically made from one of these mosque towers
    $600 23
The FRS is short for this financial "System"
    $600 4
Any way the wind blows, this operatic yet hard-rockin' tune by Queen is No. 10
    $800 29
Chapters in Robert Massie's 1981 biography of this Russian czar include "The Prince of Orange" & "Polish Quagmire"
    $800 16
Classic luau cocktail
(3, 3)
    $800 21
Brooke Shields was just 15 when she appeared in memorable ads for this jeans brand
    $800 14
Study tractate Chulin in the Talmud to make sure everything's this, in accordance with dietary laws
    $800 24
If you read e.g
e.g., it means exempli gratia & the author has proffered one of these that also starts with an "E"
    $800 5
No. 4 is this song by The Fray that actually is not about CPR
    $1000 30
The first volume of Allan Nevins' 1933 biography of this president ended with his loss of the presidency in 1888
    $1000 17
On Kauai, the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
    $1000 22
The age-appropriate brand NYDJ is short for "Not" this person's "Jeans"
    $1000 15
Due to be born in the future & destined to bring a New Age, Kalki will be the last avatar of this Hindu god
    $1000 25
For some reason Britain's this "of Arts" is the RA, not the RAA
    $1000 6
The title of this song from "Rocky III" came from a line of dialogue in the movie

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

Addison Jean Chris
$1,200 $1,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Addison Jean Chris
$3,600 $3,500 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Not "Steve" but this precedes "McQueen" in the name of a race car in the 2006 movie "Cars"
    $400 6
Lines in this poem: "I celebrate myself" & "Walt Whitman, an American, one of the roughs, a kosmos"
    $400 9
Leading into it was the 1929 stock market crash & the failure of 1,350 of these institutions in 1930 alone
    $400 1
In 1945 Variety coined this 7-letter term for what it covers
    $400 16
The water buffalo is aka the buffalo of this country, where it's been enjoying the Ganges since at least 1000 B.C.
    $400 22
Let's give thanks to Kraft for making the Stove Top brand of this all year long
    $800 18
(I'm Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX.) Several names of the vehicles we are using at SpaceX to supply the International Space Station have pop culture origins; the Dragon spacecraft is named for Puff the Magic Dragon, & the Falcon series of rockets is named for this legendary space freighter
    $800 7
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" rhymes, "In the room the women come and go talking of" this Italian artist
    $800 10
Some people's only meals came from one of these places, often set up by a church or charity
    $800 2
Wild Bill Hickok never knew this word for a face-off--it dates only to 1892, pardner
    DD: $3,000 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an illustration and a map on the monitor.) In the 1800s, the giant bison herds that roamed North America were hunted almost to extinction; fortunately, in 1902, the U.S. Army brought 21 buffalo to this national park where they now number in the thousands
    $800 23
Rachael Ray likes to finish off this creamy pasta dish with a man's name in it with a sprinkle of nutmeg
    $1200 19
Vampire Grandpa's coffin car on this TV comedy was appropriately dubbed "Dragula"
    $1200 8
Not Rachel Lindsay but this man was famous in the early 1900s for writing & reciting "The Congo"
    $1200 11
The Dust Bowl forced many to head west to California along this highway, which Steinbeck called "the Mother Road"
    $1200 3
Native American tribe of Idaho & Wyoming
    $1200 28
River buffalo are draft animals in this African land that has a river running 1,000 miles north through it
    $1200 24
Also a way to cook eggs, it's an easy way to prepare salmon--simmer it in a liquid
    $1600 20
Made by the Time Lords, this "Doctor Who" vehicle is both a time machine & a spacecraft
    $1600 14
In a poem by Carl Sandburg, it "comes on little cat feet"
    DD: $1,000 12
Across the nation, shantytowns appeared & were known derisively as these for the man many blamed for the Depression
    $1600 4
A large group of aquatic animals, or an area of shallow water
    $1600 29
Anoa, or dwarf buffalo, roam the forests of the Philippines & Sulawesi, an island of this country
    $1600 25
Use whatever combination of seafood that you prefer for this stew created by Italian immigrants in San Francisco
    $2000 21
We salute you if you know that this was the name of Bo & Luke's car on "The Dukes of Hazzard"
    $2000 15
4-word title of the Robert Frost poem that ends, "I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference"
    $2000 13
While working for the Resettlement Administration, she snapped the iconic photo of the migrant mother seen here
    $2000 5
Chess-like Japanese board game
    $2000 26
One of the mother sauces, brown sauce also goes by this more sophisticated ethnic name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Addison Jean Chris
$8,400 $5,900 $16,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though the 2 men were very different, this 4-word motto came to represent both Oscar Wilde & Louis B. Mayer

Final scores:

Addison Jean Chris
$399 $3,399 $15,900
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Addison Jean Chris
$8,400 $7,400 $14,800
16 R,
6 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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