Show #7100 - Friday, June 26, 2015


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Ankoor Bagchi, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Kat Cahill, a pharmacy technician originally from Cincinnati, Ohio

Matt Pressman, a graduate student in history from Somerville, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $46,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Kindergarten-age young misses in this organization are called Daisies, after Juliette Gordon Low's nickname
    $200 15
Peyton Manning,
    $200 19
St. Gregory VII, then known as Hildebrand, hadn't yet been ordained when he got made this in 1073
    $200 22
Walter Reed led the team that proved that yellow fever was spread by these creatures
    $200 1
"He was like an eagle chained to the ground" is an example of this type of comparison
    $200 5
It's 30% of 250
    $400 8
These very brief denim shorts are named for a female resident of TV's Hazzard County
    $400 16
Cal Ripken Jr.,
    $400 26
St. Nuno Alvares Pereira, who led this country's fight for independence from Spain, was canonized in 2009
    $400 23
Who better to write the foreword to Barry Williams' "Growing Up Brady" than this actor, his TV dad
    $400 2
It's a passing reference in a story to a familiar person, place or thing that the writer expects to be recognized
    $400 6
4 eggs are needed to make 14 cakes; with a dozen eggs, this many cakes can be made
    $600 9
Princess Daisy is the love interest of this brother of video game plumber Mario
    $600 17
Ichiro Suzuki,
    $600 27
St. Clare of this Italian town was influenced by St. Francis, also from there; she didn't think poverty was for the birds
    $600 24
In 1920 this American Communist traveled to Azerbaijan & contracted fatal typhus
    $600 3
A category like Westerns, romance or pulp; literary fiction is often contrasted with this type of "fiction"
    $600 7
2.345 divided by 0.001 equals this number
    $800 10
In 2015 the Daisy Company celebrated the 75th anniversary of this air rifle named for a comic strip cowboy
    $800 12
LeBron James,
    DD: $400 30
St. Cyprian was bishop of this old foe of Rome during a persecution of Christians; make that St. Cyprian the Martyr
    $800 25
Virginia Reed wrote in 1847 of this party's trip that hers was "the only family that did not eat human flesh"
    $800 20
In grammar, to inflect a verb in its various forms to denote number, person, voice, mood & tense
    $800 13
There are 7 tables with 3 kids & 4 adults at each table, making for this many people total
    $1000 11
These cheerful perennials bloom in many colors & have thick, sturdy stems
    $1000 18
LeBron James,
    $1000 28
St. Stephen earned sainthood the hard way, telling off the Sanhedrin before getting this to death, literally
    $1000 29
Named for Simeon & Amanda, Reed College in this state has dispensed with frats, sports & traditional grades
    $1000 21
Publishing a short excerpt in a review doesn't violate copyright & is considered this 2-word phrase
    $1000 14
4 1/2 x 1/5 equals this fraction

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

Matt Kat Ankoor
$1,000 $3,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Kat Ankoor
$2,200 $2,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not starting with the letter "Q" necessarily.)
    $400 20
Outstanding Drama Series:
This colorful cop show
    $400 9
Kengamme is one of the 8 peaks along the crater of this Japanese mountain
    $400 1
Charles Darwin used personal experience to write "The Voyage of" this vessel
    $400 13
When you build up this gradual immunity, the body will need more & more of a drug to achieve the same effect
    $400 2
This Democratic senator faced off against Abe Lincoln in a series of 7 debates during the 1858 campaign
    $400 7
The court of this wicket good lawn game has a 1 1/2-inch diameter wooden stake in the center
    $800 24
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:
This actress as nurse Carol Hathaway on "ER"
    $800 10
Because they can see Alaska from their dachas, the Russians call this peak Bolshaya Gora ("great mountain")
    $800 15
In 1948 Dr. Alfred Kinsey caused a sensation when he reported on this type of "Behavior in the Human Male"
    $800 14
Put "psycho" before this word & you get the 18-letter study of the effects of drugs on the mind
    $800 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a battle map on the monitor.) A June 25, 1876, battle map shows Sitting Bull's camp next to Major Reno's skirmish line, with the Indian encampment separated from Last Stand Hill to the north by this river
    $800 8
Off-color or suggestive of impropriety
    $1200 22
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series:
This sitcom legend as Alan Brady on "Mad About You"
    $1200 11
Edward Whymper conquered this Alp on July 14, 1865, but 4 of his group fell to their deaths on the descent
    DD: $1,200 17
With this year for a book title, Charles C. Mann brings to life what civilization was like in the Americas before Columbus
    $1200 25
"Every good boy does fine" for the lines of the treble clef is an example of this device to enhance access to memories
    DD: $2,000 4
The Great White Fleet, 16 battleships that toured the world in 1907, were a show of TR's foreign policy called this
    $1200 21
In "The Jungle", Upton Sinclair wrote, "They use everything about the hog except" this
    $1600 12
These New York mountains are south of the Mohawk River & west of the Hudson River
    $1600 18
The nature of leadership is explored in "Believer" by this longtime Obama adviser
    $1600 5
In 1916 John J. Pershing fruitlessly searched for this Mexican bandit who had raided U.S. border areas
    $1600 23
Amanda threw away my flowers & returned my Valentine--I guess it's this kind of love
    $2000 16
The statue of Christ the Redeemer stands atop this mountain that overlooks Rio de Janeiro
    $2000 19
Published in 1970, at the dawn of the Information Age, this Alvin Toffler work predicted the effects of rapid change
    $2000 6
Andrew Hamilton defended this New York printer in his 1735 libel trial, scoring a victory for freedom of the press
    $2000 26
Spanish term for a cowboy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Kat Ankoor
$8,200 $6,200 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This lawyer from a famed 1960 novel shares a name with an ancient Roman renowned for his wisdom

Final scores:

Matt Kat Ankoor
$16,400 $12,398 $16,401
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Kat Ankoor
$8,200 $6,200 $14,600
14 R,
5 W
9 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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