Show #7089 - Thursday, June 11, 2015


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Kathryn Tesar, a communications professional from Austin, Texas

Kyle Stephens, a customer due-diligence specialist originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Darren Harris-Fain, an English professor from Prattville, Alabama (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the separation on the letters. The first clue in that category, the correct response will begin with the letter "H", then "O", "R", as we go down.)
    $200 11
This once & future president of Russia was elected to the job after 4 years as prime minister
    $200 17
This Jamaican hairstyle features long, matted coils of hair
    $200 2
Herschel Krustofski is the real name of this kids' show host
    $200 23
This credit card acts as its own passport as it claims to go "everywhere you want to be"
    $200 16
Call to arrange a tour of this church where Dickens & Chaucer are buried
    $200 1
Asking for this vehicle that conveys the dead turns the category into a game of...
    $400 12
This Internet giant's IPO raised $16 billion in one day in May
    $400 18
Synthetic hair woven into your own is called this, like what you ask for when you want to pay a bill late
    $400 7
Barney Gumble is one of the regulars at this bar
    $400 26
Owning this card that began in 1966 with bankers in a member-owned association? Priceless
    $400 20
To call this ever-"changing" place, ring on 7930 4832--you never know, maybe Her Majesty will pick up
    $400 3
Six-letter term describing the figure seen here
    $600 13
It turned out this Olympic sport was a racket as 8 competitors were disqualified for losing on purpose
    $600 19
A bunch of hair confined neatly at the nape of the neck or crown of the head is kept in this tasty term
    $600 8
Clancy Wiggum holds this important job in Springfield
    $600 27
Samuel L. Jackson is incredibly curious to know "What's in your wallet?" in ads for this company
    $600 24
Hey, Napoleon! If you lost something at this largest U.K. rail center, call the lost property office
    $600 4
To steal livestock, or to cause soft sounds
    DD: $2,000 14
These 2 states legalized recreational marijuana use
    $800 21
This "national" women's hairstyle is a braid often worn down the center of the back, resembling a fish spine
    $800 9
Like his father before him, this man is the devoted assistant of Mr. Burns
    $800 25
Call 7887 8888 to make sure the Magrittes & Picassos are hanging straight at this "Modern" place
    $800 5
It's the study of the patterns by which sentences & phrases are formed
    $1000 15
From February to August, U.N. & Arab League envoy Kofi Annan tried to solve this country's civil war
    $1000 22
Because it'll act as a guide, the length on top determines the overall length in a cut that's this, like a shag
    $1000 10
Kang is the drooling alien from this Halloween series of scary episodes
    $1000 6
It means occurring in an abnormal position or place & describes a serious pregnancy complication

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Darren Kyle Kathryn
$6,000 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Darren Kyle Kathryn
$6,400 $2,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 5
The volume of a cone is 1/3 of this solid that has the same radius & height
    $400 18
Matching the last day of conflict of World War I, November 11th is celebrated as this holiday in the U.S.
    $400 1
This president developed his free-market thinking after delivering pro-business speeches for a '50s TV show
    $400 9
A place to sit &
a group of grapes
    $400 2
An island-set game of clones;
DNA should have stood for "do not attempt";
this place is a zoo!
    $400 24
Bareback riding & saddle bronc riding are 2 events in this spectacle
    $800 7
When a soccer ball is kicked into the air from one end of a field to the other, it follows the path of this geometric arc
    $800 19
11th night festivities in Northern Ireland entail bonfires being lit by this religious group, the biggest there
    $800 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Washington, D.C.) The Capitol dome was a late addition; this president was first inaugurated in front of an incomplete dome, but the dome was made whole during his time in office
    $800 10
To say something &
a weasellike aquatic mammal
    DD: $2,800 3
Major Major Major Major problems;
not crazy about flying;
quite the paradox
    $800 25
Rafalca, a dancing mare owned by the wife of this 2012 presidential candidate, made it to the Olympics
    $1200 23
Rectangles & rhombi are this type of quadrilateral that also forms the long sides of prisms
    $1200 20
The bestselling novel "The Eleventh Victim" is loosely based on this TV host's days as an Atlanta prosecutor
    $1200 15
As a junior senator, Nixon ensured this man's nomination at the Republican convention & was rewarded for it
    $1200 11
Formal high school dance &
British baby buggy
    $1200 4
Fans of 3.14 might feel misled;
a man with a story to tell;
tiger, tiger, floating bright
    $1200 26
The name of this competition is a French word for "training"
    $1600 29
A polygon with all its interior angles less than 180 degrees, so it has a bulging shape, is defined as this type
    $1600 21
Exodus 11 presents the 10th & last of these in Egypt
    DD: $3,600 16
A major contributor to the Constitution, he was its last living signer
    $1600 12
Ecstatic joy &
the act of bursting, like a body part
    $1600 6
Arrakis' new governor is a duke;
sometimes, the tooth can be nasty, especially one filled with poison
    $1600 27
Impromptu races by fox hunters in 18th c. Ireland used churches as landmarks, leading to the name of this sport
    $2000 22
The 11th Amendment establishes the principle of "sovereign" this, shielding states from suits by other states
    $2000 17
Samuel Tilden got the most votes in 1876 but lost in the Electoral College to him
    $2000 13
To move gently like a breeze &
the horizontal threads in a woven fabric
    $2000 8
Macondo mayhem;
7 generations of fun & inbreeding;
how can realism be so magical?
    $2000 28
A light, 2-wheeled vehicle called a sulky is used in this standardbred horse sport

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Darren Kyle Kathryn
$30,400 $9,000 $600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A statue of St. Paul is located on this island where he took refuge after a shipwreck

Final scores:

Darren Kyle Kathryn
$25,800 $9,512 $600
2-day champion: $47,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Darren Kyle Kathryn
$25,200 $9,000 $600
28 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
13 R,
2 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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