Show #7131 - Monday, September 21, 2015


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Gordon Reid, a project manager from Fort Worth, Texas

Sue Corbett, a writer from Newport News, Virginia

Natalie Lips, an office assistant from Lincoln, Nebraska (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
The old woman who lived in this gave her kids "broth without any bread" & "whipped them all soundly & put them to bed"
    $200 14
These structures depicted on stamps include ones from Boston Harbor & New London Harbor
    $200 11
A member of the high school band, he turned down a music scholarship to pursue another dream... Bam!
    $200 21
A Virgin Mary is this version of a Bloody Mary cocktail
    $200 28
In 1949 the Montana legislature designated the Ponderosa type of this as its state tree
    $200 1
Dakar, Senegal has been designated as this type of city to Ann Arbor, Michigan
    $400 7
This pony rider "came to town... one took his bag, another his scrip, the quicker for to starve him"
    $400 15
Stamps show the Army & the Navy versions of this highest award for valor in combat
    $400 12
Good times never seem so good for this singer, who received a fencing scholarship to New York University
    $400 22
Financially speaking, NPR, the Red Cross & the Girl Scouts are all classified as this type of organization
    $400 27
In November 1908 this organization of Christian businessmen placed their first bibles in a Montana hotel
    $400 2
A legal provision exempting a business from a new regulation
    $600 8
Pieman stuff aside, this guy rode a spotted cow that "threw him on the ground, which made the people laugh"
    $600 18
The photos for the stamps depicting these aquatic flowers were taken at a D.C. garden, not at Monet's Giverny
    $600 13
It's now or never to name this rocker seen here in his high school freshman year in New Jersey
    $600 16
An interior wall that supports only its own weight is said to be this 10-letter type
    $600 17
Helena is not only the state capital but also the seat of the county named for these 2 explorers
    $600 3
We hope to find this mining term that also means a profitable source
    $800 9
"Old Dame Dob... patched his nob, with vinegar and brown paper", his nob being his fractured skull
    $800 19
The Celebrity Chefs series would not be complete without her stamp, seen here
    $800 23
Favoring neither the Republicans nor the Democrats
    $800 25
Montana borders 3 Canadian provinces: Alberta, Saskatchewan & this one
    $800 4
Sanguinary term for 2 males bound by a great friendship
    $1000 10
Whoa! An alternate version has "four and twenty naughty boys baked in a pie" & a bag, not a pocket, full of this
    $1000 20
A Christmas special about this misfit who ends up helping Santa was honored on a series of stamps in 2014
    DD: $3,000 24
In 1964 Martin Luther King said this "is the answer to the crucial political & moral questions of our time"
    $1000 26
This largest Montana city is known as the "star of the Big Sky country"
    $1000 6
2 similar things, or Eleanor & Franklin on their 1905 wedding day, presumably

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

Natalie Sue Gordon
$1,800 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Natalie Sue Gordon
$8,200 $2,400 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
Pregnant women are advised to stay away from shark, swordfish & king mackerel due to high levels of this
    $400 19
"Don't Speak"
    $400 1
The abdication of this German leader was announced on Nov. 9, 1918, & WWI ended 2 days later
    $400 6
Especially numerous in the palms & soles are these tubular structures that cool the skin & body
    $400 24
The lawyer for this Yankee legend asserts he went out with, "I'll finally get to see Marilyn"
    $400 11
You must be from the poorer part of town, born here relative to the train line
    $800 13
The juicy seeds of this fruit are high in fiber & vitamins, & they're good for your heart
    $800 18
"Brick House"
    $800 2
On July 4, 1946 the United States granted full independence to this Asian nation, with Manuel Roxas becoming president
    $800 7
Neck rings create the appearance of an elongated neck by pressing on & deforming these, the clavicles
    $800 23
"Pardon me, sir. I did not do it on purpose", after stepping on her executioner's foot at the guillotine
    $1200 14
Wild pecan rice, which isn't wild & doesn't contain pecans, is a hybrid hailing from this Southern state
    $1200 17
"Last Train To Clarksville"
    $1200 3
On April 20, 1653 he dissolved the Rump Parliament because it failed to adopt major reforms
    $1200 8
This name for the small, flat bone that protects the knee literally means "small plate"
    $1200 22
This legend of animation wrote a name on a piece of paper before his 1966 death--Kurt Russell; Kurt has no idea why
    $1200 29
My snacks are missing from my dressing room again; time to "round up" this group, a line from "Casablanca"
    $1600 25
Rapeseed oil, lower in saturated fat than other oils, is more commonly sold under this name
    $1600 16
"If I Die Young"
    DD: $2,000 4
A British officer wrote that this man faced his September 22, 1776 execution in Manhattan with "great composure"
    $1600 9
Also called alpha-tocopherol & found in nuts & vegetable oils, it helps protect the skin from sun damage & aging
    $1600 21
Decades after leading England through WWII, he declared, "I'm so bored with it all"
    DD: $2,600 28
It's obvious, I've seen this message mentioned in Daniel 5, so I can't say I wasn't warned
    $2000 26
One of Norway's biggest exports to the U.S. is this Swiss-style cheese named for an historical Norwegian county
    $2000 15
"Island In The Sun"
    $2000 5
On April 29, 1770 Captain James Cook arrived at this bay in present-day Sydney, Australia, naming it Sting-Ray Harbour
    $2000 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical diagram on the monitor.) Among the bones that make up the cranium are the frontal bone, the parietal bone & this one that forms most of the base of the skull
    $2000 20
In 1923 this Mexican rebel general allegedly said, "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something"
    $2000 27
The kid is just like his pa; guess "the apple doesn't" do this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Natalie Sue Gordon
$20,000 $3,200 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mussolini considered this book written during the Renaissance "the statesman's supreme guide"

Final scores:

Natalie Sue Gordon
$21,201 $2,000 $21,148
3-day champion: $57,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Natalie Sue Gordon
$19,000 $3,200 $10,600
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2015-08-26
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