Show #7148 - Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Matt Jackson game 14.


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Sally Hatfield, an English as a second language instructor originally from Lakeview, Michigan

Michael Baker, a travel media editor from New York, New York

Matt Jackson, a paralegal from Washington, D.C. (whose 13-day cash winnings total $411,612)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Kelly: The [*] from the Delta Flight Museum--clues about one of the great passenger airplanes of another era.)
    $200 9
Invented in 1948, the first dispenser for this candy resembled a lighter, to encourage people to quit smoking
    $200 10
    $200 4
AnGeL Ministries is an organization founded by Anne G. Lotz, daughter of this evangelist & his wife Ruth
    $200 19
This symbol:
    $200 20
Him "Forever After":
"It ain't ogre... til it's ogre"
    $200 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.) The DC-3 cruised at just 10,000 feet so passengers could enjoy air vents & large rectangular windows because this conditioning of the cabin for high altitudes wasn't needed
    $400 15
These "tiny, tangy crunchy" candies from Wonka have a geeky name
    $400 11
    $400 5
His daughter Fatimah married his cousin Ali, who is considered by Shiites to be the first imam
    $400 25
A TV commercial
    $400 21
A 1998 remake:
"Check in. Unpack. Relax. Take a shower"
    $400 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.) The AM 24 on the fuselage commemorates Delta's early days, when the company flew Route 24 from Fort Worth, Texas to Charleston, South Carolina to deliver this
    $600 16
The streetlights in the town of Hershey are shaped like these candies that were introduced in 1907
    $600 12
    $600 6
Bartholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople, is based in this city as leader of the Eastern Orthodox Church
    $600 26
One of your 6-pack if you're in shape like me
    $600 22
"The dream is real" (& made around $800 million in 2010)
    $600 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.) The first really successful airliner, the DC-3 revolutionized air travel; the name signified the third commercial design from this company that would later merge with McDonnell Aircraft
    $800 17
It calls itself the "crispety, crunchety" candy bar
    $800 13
    $800 7
In Palmyra, N.Y. you can visit a reconstructed log cabin on his family's farm, where they settled around 1818
    $800 27
French term meaning "with the"
    $800 23
From 1980:
"They'll never get caught. They're on a mission from God"
    DD: $1,000 2
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.) In-flight service included cookies & a choice of coffee, tea, or this beverage that was appropriately used to christen Delta's first DC-3, the City of Atlanta
    $1000 18
This British chocolatier makes a dairy milk bar as well as a milk tray
    $1000 14
    $1000 8
A Tibetan monk named Gedun Drupa, who lived from 1391 to 1474, was the first in this series now in its 14th incarnation
    $1000 28
Slow-moving Brazilian animal
    $1000 24
Based on a TV show & starring Liam Neeson:
"There is no plan B"
    $1000 29
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.) Ship 41 rolled off the assembly line on December 23, 1940, so each carries a copy of that date's issue of this picture magazine; stories included the bombing of Coventry & the discovery of Lana Turner in a malt shop

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

Matt Michael Sally
$4,800 $1,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Michael Sally
$4,400 $4,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
The Emergency Operations Center, the CDC's control room for threats including quakes & anthrax, dates to Sept. of this year
    $400 13
In 1824 this 15-year-old blind student developed his raised dot reading system
    $400 1
In this sci-fi novel Guy Montag is a "fireman" with a burning desire to read
    $400 7
Supporting rods in a bicycle wheel +
any human =
one who makes a statement for another
    $800 14
It wasn't "15 years on" the construction of this U.S. waterway--it was 8, ending in 1825
    $800 10
Pooh on you if you don't know that "Now We Are Six" is a book of light verse by this author
    $1200 5
In 1977 CDC detectives tracked the source of this new fatal pneumonia that infected victims at a Phila. convention
    $1200 15
He became dictator of Peru in 1824
    $1200 2
Alt-rocker Ryan Adams doesn't like being mixed up with Bryan Adams, but has performed this hit of Bryan's in concert
    $1200 11
"Four Blind Mice" by this man is an Alex Cross thriller about a series of murders with strange links to the Vietnam War
    $1200 9
After this actor's 1955 death driving his silver Porsche Spyder, parts of the car brought disaster to the owners
    DD: $5,000 8
Time teller +
sagacious =
a direction
    $1600 6
CDC researchers hit mosquitos with insecticide to test for this trait that makes antibiotics less effective on certain germs
    $1600 16
In 1824 he got 30.9% of the popular vote for president, defeating Andrew Jackson, who got 41.3%--wait, what?!
    $1600 3
"This here's a story about Billy Joe & Bobbie Sue"; really, this here's a clue about this song by the Steve Miller Band
    $1600 12
1408 is a haunted room at NYC's Dolphin Hotel in a tale by this man
    DD: $4,400 19
This president broke Tecumseh's Curse, in which presidents elected every 20th year, beginning in 1840, died in office
    $1600 23
Short & abrupt +
lawsuit =
carrier for papers
    $2000 18
In a response to a 2012 outbreak, the CDC in 2 days developed a new test for this fungal disease of the spine
    $2000 17
In 1822 freed American slaves first settled in what's now this world capital at Cape Mesurado
    $2000 4
In 1993 Soul Asylum "bought a ticket for" this title transport, "like a madman laughin' at the rain"
    $2000 21
In a 1915 novel "it must be some place where there were several staircases, and one marked out from the others by having" this title
    $2000 24
He is said to have cursed the Romanovs before he died; within 19 months, they were dead
    $2000 22
Ordinary +
abundance of money =
what Massachusetts officially is

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Michael Sally
$17,800 $17,600 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

For its 50th anniversary in 2012, the roof of this landmark was temporarily repainted its original color, Galaxy Gold

Final scores:

Matt Michael Sally
$399 $15,201 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,201 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Michael Sally
$13,800 $14,800 $7,600
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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Game tape date: 2015-09-08
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