Show #7105 - Friday, July 3, 2015


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Erik Siwak, a writer originally from Detroit, Michigan

Hilary Carney, a rehabilitation specialist from Bonita Springs, Florida

Jon Lubin, an attorney originally from Stony Brook, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Heteronyms are words that have different meanings, are pronounced differently, but are spelled the same.)
    $200 2
Give your male Rottweiler a strong name like Apollo or that of this supreme Greek god
    $200 20
"Baby, you're much too fast", Prince complained in this tune
    $200 6
The gold-leafed dome of this state's Capitol in Charleston is taller than that of the U.S. Capitol
    $200 8
He's been in style for an "Eternity":
    $200 17
With injured WWII vets in mind, George Klein invented one of the first electric ones of these transports
    $200 14
To bring forth & fresh fruits & vegetables
    $400 3
If it's black & white, how about Tuxedo or this, the name of Nabisco's classic sandwich cookie
    $400 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew sits in a convertible with Sarah in the driver's seat at the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland, OH.) Natalie Cole's hit song about a classic automobile, like the 1962 model we're in, was written by this New Jersey man who had a few hits of his own
    $400 7
Learn about "Swamp Fox" Francis Marion at "America's First Museum" in Charleston in this state
    $400 9
On our list of fashion designers, she is No. 5:
    $400 29
John Hopps discovered that electric stimuli could regulate heartbeat, leading to this invention
    $400 18
To bump up against something repeatedly & a place to grab all the food you can eat
    $600 4
Thanks to "Twilight", this has been the most popular name for female dogs for the last few years
    $600 22
He had a 2-part request in the title of his 1988 No. 1 hit: "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car"
    $600 13
Charleston lies near the Embarras River, south of Champaign in this state
    $600 10
Cool American style since 1985:
    DD: $1,200 19
To make angry & an aromatic smoke
    $800 1
Hey, pal! You can't go wrong with this name that Bill Clinton gave his chocolate lab in 1997
    $800 23
These tires are the title of a song by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis that mentions a Cadillac
    $800 15
You'll find Charleston at the top of this state's "Bootheel", near Cape Girardeau
    $800 11
He gave women the power suit:
    $800 27
In 1990 Sudbury native Dianne Croteau introduced Actar 911, one of these used to teach CPR
    $800 26
A written agreement & to shrink in size
    $1000 5
Perfect for your small dog is this name, like the main Mogwai in "Gremlins"
    $1000 24
As a metaphor for her Southern childhood, Lucinda Williams sang of "Car Wheels On" this type of road
    $1000 16
Just act natural when visiting Charleston in this "Natural State"
    $1000 12
You can thank him for the grunge look of the '90s:
    $1000 28
Trade name for polymethyl methacrylate, a transparent plastic developed by William Chalmers
    $1000 25
Flawless & to make flawless

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

Jon Hilary Erik
$800 $5,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Hilary Erik
$0 $6,400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 18
Bad news for your liver--you have HAV, short for this virus
    $400 13
This 1997 bergbuster film had 2 women playing the role of Rose DeWitt Bukater
    $400 25
In 1958 this former war hero helped guide the formation of the Fifth Republic & became its first president
    $400 6
Indiana University's Lilly Library has a copy of the Dunlap Broadside, a first printing of this 1776 document
    $400 7
Charley Bates, Nancy & the pickpocket Jack Dawkins (who has an alias)
    $400 1
Suitable, or corresponding in shape or form
    $800 22
The last 2 letters in AODM stand for diabetes mellitus; the first 2 stand for this, so it's not kid stuff
    $800 14
Michael Fassbender is simply magnetic playing the younger version of this actor in the "X-Men" movies
    $800 27
In 2008 this French president sued a voodoo doll maker, claiming he had the right to his own image; he lost
    $800 12
The 11,000-sq.-ft. library of Florida Polytechnic University, opened in 2014, is notable for having none of these
    $800 8
Winston Smith & Julia don't have much privacy
    $800 2
Horrible or grisly
    DD: $2,400 23
SEID, systemic exertion intolerance disease, is the new name for CFS, this
    $1200 15
This future Oscar winner played Clarice Starling in "Hannibal", replacing Oscar winner Jodie Foster
    $1200 28
"Mr. Normal" is one nickname of this man elected in 2012
    $1200 19
The first of the libraries financed by him in the U.S. opened in Braddock, Penn., home to one of his steel mills
    $1200 9
Mellors has more than Sir Clifford of what a lady wants
    $1200 3
Super Bowl-winning coach Jon
    $1600 24
The respiratory syndrome MERS is named for this region of the world
    $1600 16
In the "Hobbit" movies, this actor is golden in taking over the part of Bilbo from Ian Holm
    $1600 29
In 1899, President Felix Faure died in this presidential palace, reportedly while dallying with a mistress
    $1600 20
The dance division of the New York Public Library is named for this "West Side Story" choreographer
    DD: $4,000 10
Edmond Dantes, Sinbad the Sailor & Lord Wilmore, who are all the same guy
    $1600 4
Pale gold cheese from southern Switzerland
    $2000 26
DVT is the diagnosis: deep-vein this
    $2000 17
Wil Wheaton crushed it as a younger version of narrator Richard Dreyfuss in this 1986 film
    $2000 30
To date the longest-serving president of the Fifth Republic at 14 years, he was also the first socialist to hold the office
    $2000 21
The earliest presidential voice recording in the Vincent Voice Library at Mich. State is from this 23rd pres. in 1889
    $2000 11
New Orleans Medieval buff Ignatius Reilly; his mother & boss, who heap indignities on him
    $2000 5
Gargantua's son

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Hilary Erik
$1,200 $18,400 $20,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At about 100 miles it's not one of Canada's 100 longest rivers, but in the 1890s it became perhaps the most famous

Final scores:

Jon Hilary Erik
$1,200 $6,400 $4,700
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $6,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jon Hilary Erik
$4,800 $18,400 $18,400
8 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
21 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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