Show #7162 - Tuesday, November 3, 2015


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Lisa Price, a recent college graduate from Columbus, Ohio

Ryan Mewett, a naval officer originally from Plano, Texas

Marcus Lewis, a tutor from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Not a single person was killed in the April 1861 battle over this fort, but it did launch the Civil War
    $200 14
On its north, Denmark;
on its south, Switzerland
    $200 1
In the first episode of this series, Red Reddington, "the Concierge of Crime", surrenders at FBI headquarters
    $200 20
As a character on "The Knick", this infamous disease carrier is cleared of blame by an ignorant judge
    $200 21
Lawyers grudgingly call this "witness" who isn't violent, just unfriendly to the case
    $400 10
2 half brothers of this First Lady died fighting for the Confederacy
    $400 15
On its north, Egypt;
on its southeast, Ethiopia
    $400 2
White House party crasher Michaele Salahi was on the D.C. version of this Bravo reality series
    $400 6
Though "Queen of" another people, this 16th c. royal was brought up at the French court of Catherine de Medicis
    $400 22
This adjective for anyone who stubbornly refuses to go along could apply to the Minotaur
    $600 11
In mid-1861 Montgomery, Alabama was out & this city was in as capital of the Confederacy
    $600 16
On its northwest, Croatia;
on its southeast, Bulgaria
    $600 3
Agent 86 & Agent 99 worked for the Washington-based intelligence agency CONTROL on this spy sitcom
    $600 8
This Democratic senator from Louisiana lost a 2014 runoff election to Bill Cassidy
    $600 23
Activist Hu Jia is not popular with China's brass & is considered one of these, from the Latin for "to sit apart"
    $600 28
Golden Bantam,
Illini Xtra Sweet
    $800 12
A favorite of Lee, this general actually favored preservation of the Union but went with Virginia after secession
    $800 17
On its west, Guatemala;
on its northwest, Mexico
    $800 4
Emily Deschanel plays a forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in D.C. on this Fox series
    $800 9
She was the first American to win the Olympic women's gymnastics individual all-around title
    $800 24
This long word is found before "opposed" to refer to contrary opinions, or the 2 geometric points seen here
    $800 27
    $1000 13
In November 1861 this Union man became general in chief of all armies; by March 1862, he lost the gig
    $1000 18
On its northwest, Ecuador;
on its southeast, Bolivia
    $1000 5
4 Republican senators live together in this Amazon series created by Garry Trudeau
    DD: $1,800 19
One of the first sci-fi writers; her novels include 1826's "The Last Man", about a world destroyed by plague
    $1000 25
13-letter word for an English Protestant not in the Church of England, or one who eschews customs or fads
    $1000 26
Big Daddy,
Tokyo Long White,
Walla Walla Sweet

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

Marcus Ryan Lisa
$3,000 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marcus Ryan Lisa
$3,800 $3,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 23
Between 1979 & 1982 Ranulph Fiennes led the first expedition to do this on a north-south route, along the Greenwich meridian
    $400 12
Eugene Ormandy puzzled orchestra musicians with lines like "Why do you (play) when I'm trying to" do this, baton in hand
    $400 9
Each year hundreds of recruits raise their right hands at this hyphenated type of ceremony to join the NYPD
    $400 8
This jumping Twain creature ends up putting on a lot of weight--he goes about "five pound!" & that ain't right
    $400 1
Valerie Bertinelli & Mackenzie Phillips took things as they came on this '70s sitcom
    $800 13
Oliver Herford said "The Irish gave" this instrument "to the Scots as a joke, but the Scots haven't seen the joke yet"
    $800 10
During the relay carrying it to the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014, this traveled under the surface of Lake Baikal
    $800 21
This double-talk word can be heard medically in the heart
    $800 7
In the last paragraph, this James Thurber guy goes from smoking by a drugstore to bravely facing a firing squad
    $800 2
Bill Maher keeps it legit on this HBO show
    $1200 22
In 1694 Joliet explored in this "dogged" region of northeast Canada between Hudson Bay & the Atlantic
    $1200 14
John Philip Sousa said this kind of work "should make a man with a wooden leg step out"
    $1200 11
150,000, including the First Lady, attended the 1931 christening of the USS Akron, an ill-fated one of these aircraft
    $1200 19
Lonely Planet says in Japan, it's "OK, even expected" to do this when eating noodles
    DD: $3,000 6
This title critter nearly drowns at the beginning of his tale but ends up taking down Nag, a nasty cobra
    $1200 3
More than just SpongeBob, Tom Kenny voices the Ice King, Magic Man & Gunter on this other 'toon
    $1600 24
"Deepsea Challenge 3D" puts this director in front of the camera, documenting his descent to 7 miles under the Pacific
    $1600 15
John Lennon said that after this manager "died, we collapsed"
    DD: $9,000 17
For almost 1,000 years, this official has presided over the coronation of a British sovereign
    $1600 20
The jazz style introduced in the 1940s by Dizzy Gillespie & others
    $1600 26
This Annie Proulx story about 2 "drop-out country boys with no prospects" was in the New Yorker's Oct. 13, 1997 issue
    $1600 4
John Cleese & Sean Connery were in on this 1981 Terry Gilliam caper
    $2000 28
Sputnik 2 carried the first living thing to go into orbit, a dog named this
    $2000 16
On being told he played the wrong notes, Thelonious Monk said this instrument "ain't got any wrong notes"
    $2000 18
Healing ceremonies in some Native American tribes include drinking a tea made of this mescaline-containing cactus
    $2000 27
Now it can mean a brief setback as well as a brief spasm
    $2000 25
This creepy W.W. Jacobs object had "a spell on it so that three separate men could each have three wishes from it"
    $2000 5
This Charlie Chaplin satire of the Machine Age is always up to date

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marcus Ryan Lisa
$14,400 $19,200 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1915 he dropped bomb-shaped cardboard leaflets on Seattle to promote military aviation

Final scores:

Marcus Ryan Lisa
$28,800 $28,801 $3,998
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marcus Ryan Lisa
$17,400 $11,000 $2,000
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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Game tape date: 2015-09-16
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