Show #7164 - Thursday, November 5, 2015


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Ken Hill, a nuclear power plant inspector from Mauldin, South Carolina

Mike Barrett, a cashier and writer from Medford, Massachusetts

Sam Stubblefield, a hospital pediatrician from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
This 14th state had previously been a republic called New Connecticut
    $200 1
This network that was "All That" buried a capsule of Twinkies, a Game Boy & other items important to the kids of 1992
    $200 30
Proceed with personal caution
    $200 4
His third symphony is also known as "Eroica"
    $200 21
A film appealing primarily to women
    $200 3
He made Bartlett's with his signoff "Here it is... your moment of Zen"
    $400 16
In 1910 the Orange River Colony joined with Natal, Cape Colony & the Transvaal to form this country
    $400 9
A time capsule is buried under an 18-ton magnet in a cyclotron at this Cambridge, Massachusetts school
    $400 26
This Ripleyan phrase
    $400 5
This composer of "The Four Seasons" was ordained a priest in 1703
    $400 22
At the 1992 Olympics, it included Magic Johnson & Michael Jordan
    DD: $1,000 2
Trey Parker & Matt Stone get credit for "Oh my God" followed by this 3-word catch phrase
    $600 17
An area with strong Mayan heritage, the Quintana Roo Territory became a state in this country in 1974
    $600 10
4 "time columns" in Amarillo are dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the discovery of this element, atomic no. 2
    $600 27
Where ya been, old chum?
    $600 6
Though nicknamed "Papa", this Austrian composer had no legitimate children
    $600 23
It's what children are encouraged to yell if an unfamiliar person poses a threat or tries to grab them on the street
    $600 13
This movie line is listed under M. Night Shyamalan, though Bartlett's notes that it was spoken by Hayley Joel Osment
    $800 18
Prussia once owned part of the Moresnet Region, since just after WWI, it's been part of Wallonia in this country
    $800 11
At Flushing Meadows in this New York City borough, the Westinghouse Time Capsule is set to open in the year 6939; we won't be around
    $800 28
There's always another side to consider
    $800 7
His "Appalachian Spring" won the Pulitzer Prize for Music
    $800 24
Style of blues music heard here
    $800 14
Muhammad Ali used this boxing credo that mentions 2 insects
    $1000 19
A 1964 rebellion overthrew the last Sultan of Zanzibar, which soon joined with Tanganyika to form this country
    $1000 12
The "Crypt of Civilization" at this u. named for Georgia's founder was sealed in 1940, to be opened in 8113
    $1000 29
I'm out of here, so...
    $1000 8
His best-known work is his Symphony No. 9 in E minor: "From the New World"
    $1000 25
In Southern California, June Gloom is typically preceded by this month of similar weather
    $1000 15
From Series 2, Episode 2 of "Monty Python's Flying Circus": this 5-word phrase about a surprise to all

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

Sam Mike Ken
$4,000 $3,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Mike Ken
$5,400 $6,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: How appropriate.)
(Alex: How appropriate.)
(Alex: The famous director.)
    $400 11
Used to carrying lloads, this South American camel has a llong gestation period of 11 months
    $400 1
The moon's craters were formed by meteorite impacts; the lava plains we call seas, by these events
    $400 20
Vigilantes "take" it "into their own hands"
    $400 2
Starting the genre was Horace Walpole's 1765 novel titles this classic Gothic structure "of Otranto"
    $800 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Here's the Electoral College victory of this man; the only state he lost was Minnesota, by the slim margin of 49.72% to 49.54%
    $800 13
He became a king on Jan, 20, 1936 but was a non-king by Dec. 10
    $800 7
The moon's Mare Orientale is the Eastern Sea & the Mare Australe is this one
    $800 21
A British elevator
    DD: $3,000 3
Lady Caroline Lamb featured a version of this ex-lover in her Gothic novel "Glenarvon", calling him Ruthven
    $800 24
Prior to teaching a thing or 2 on "Glee", this alliterative actor was a Marine in Sher's revival of "South Pacific"
    $1200 15
There were 235 Electoral College votes to be had in 1820; he got 231
    $1200 14
Hugh Jackman had an 11-month Broadway triumph in 2003 & '04 as "The Boy from" here
    $1200 8
Mare Tranquillitatis is the Sea of Tranquility; Mare Undarum is the sea of these that you might find on a sea
    $1200 22
Lucky's last name, or Pavarotti's first
    $1200 4
"The Supper at Elsinore" is one of "Seven Gothic Tales" by this author also known for her tales of Africa
    $1200 25
Luckily, this actor didn't turn into an enormous green rage monster during Bartlett's "Awake and Sing!" in 2006
    $1600 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Here is the schooling this Democrat gave Alf Landon in the Electoral College
    $1600 18
From 1947 to 2007 these downturns averaged about a year each; then the U.S. economy encountered a "great" one
    $1600 9
A 1651 map by Giovanni Riccioli of this Catholic order is the basis of our names for the moon's seas
    $1600 23
A certified competitive swimming pool has 8
    $1600 5
Edgar Allan Poe fed a 19th century Gothic revival with stories like this supernatural tale about Roderick & his doomed family
    $1600 26
19 years after the Eastwood-Streep movie, Bartlett turned this Iowa-set Robert James Waller book into a musical
    $2000 17
Touting the "Massachusetts Miracle" didn't help this Democratic nominee
    $2000 19
In the book "The Year of Magical Thinking", she examined the aftermath of losing hubby John Gregory Dunne
    DD: $3,400 10
A current off the west coast of South America on earth & a sea on the moon share this man's name
    $2000 28
It's a melodic phrase associated with one character in an opera
    $2000 6
This Gothic classic was penned as part of a ghost story writing competition held in a mansion on Lake Geneva in 1816
    $2000 27
Sher directed a revival of this playwright's 1937 drama "Golden Boy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Mike Ken
$10,400 $15,600 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Although it's a statue of a giant's foe, an observer who saw its 1504 unveiling called it "the marble giant"

Final scores:

Sam Mike Ken
$20,641 $20,801 $15,599
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $20,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sam Mike Ken
$13,800 $18,600 $7,200
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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Game tape date: 2015-09-16
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