Show #7247 - Tuesday, March 1, 2016


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Rachel Zoch, a writer and editor from Deer Park, Texas

Titi Ala'ilima, a data engineer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Bradley, an author from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $55,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will start with the letter "J" and end with a "Y".)
    $200 3
This bear is named for a train station & arrives in England as a stowaway from South America
    $200 6
This berry flavors the part of Neapolitan ice cream that's left after the other 2 parts are eaten
    $200 13
Strained foodstuff similar to preserves
    $400 26
Initially a real Mickey Mouse operation, in 2013 this team celebrated its 20th anniversary
    $400 1
This strait prevents the sea it connects to from becoming a shrinking salt lake
    $400 23
In a work by Crockett Johnson, he draws his own world with his purple crayon
    $400 5
When this red berry is picked, the core & stem are left on the plant, creating the familiar center hole
    $400 27
Undergraduate education was an option, but this Baltimore school started mostly as a graduate school for men in 1876
    $400 9
A pier extending into a body of water to protect a shoreline
    $600 25
David Beckham retired from Major League Soccer after helping this team win 2 MLS Cups
    $600 2
Washington state's Hood Canal is not manmade but a natural 60-mile inlet that empties into this sound
    $600 14
"If You Give a" child this 1985 Laura Numeroff book, he's liable to ask for another
    $600 4
"Here we go round" this, Morus nigra
    $600 8
John Stockton is an alum of this Spokane school
    $600 10
To make a case for your action
    $800 17
The logo for this team is seen here
    DD: $1,000 18
Of these 11 long & narrow lakes in West-Central New York, Canadice is the smallest & highest in elevation
    $800 22
In 1888, before his imprisonment, this playwright published "The Happy Prince and Other Tales" for children
    $800 7
Eat your muffins & think of Elizabeth Coleman White, who began U.S. cultivation of this colorful berry
    $800 24
(Hi, I'm Zachary Quinto.) I studied drama at this Pittsburgh university named for 2 businessmen, the first U.S. college to grant degrees in drama
    $800 11
Part of a uniform in sports
    $1000 19
In 1968 a "Heidi" TV special cut off the final minute of their epic comeback win over the Jets
    $1000 16
The Irbe Strait separates this country's island of Saaremaa from nearby Latvia
    $1000 21
Matchboxes make good dressers for the tiny Clock family in this 1952 story by Mary Norton
    $1000 20
To make the British dessert called fool, you'll need sugar, heavy cream & these green berries
    $1000 15
This NYC school, one of the Seven Sisters, was named for the 10th president of Columbia College
    $1000 12
One of the 3 branches of our government

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

David Titi Rachel
$3,000 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Titi Rachel
$4,200 $1,200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
The "Wal" in Walmart comes from this last name of the chain's founder
    $400 7
Tom Petty
    $400 30
The world's only intl. underwater automobile tunnel was completed in 1930 between Detroit & this Ontario city
    $400 25
Blaming one for something you're also doing is the pot calling the kettle this, if, say, pots spoke, which they don't
    $400 29
In 1658 this man's son Richard succeeded him as England's Lord Protector
    $400 8
It's black & white & loved all over, not just in its native China, where it's considered a national treasure
    $800 28
Last name of Arthur, the Irish gent who founded a brewery in Dublin in 1759
    $800 6
Gladys Knight
    $800 19
To prevent floods, this city is constructing 78 rotating gates to block the Adriatic Sea from its lagoon
    $800 12
A spike-haired TV kid warned not to get upset & "have a" this animal, man, as, obviously the boy did not like farming
    $800 27
On April 28, 1945 this world leader very suddenly could no longer enjoy Italian
    $800 9
With fewer than 1,000 living wild in the Gobi Desert, the Bactrian type of this is critically endangered
    $1200 24
In 1914 Lilian Baylis founded a Shakespeare company at this "Old" London theatre
    $1200 3
Huey Lewis
    $1200 18
London's Aldgate station on this first subterranean railway was built on a pit where 1,000 bodies were buried during the Plague
    $1200 11
Actors use this horrific anatomical phrase to wish each other good luck
    $1200 21
In 1890 Wilhelm II forced the resignation of this notorious OVB, who was not Prussian around much after that
    $1200 23
One of the most endangered mammals is the northern hairy-nosed one of these marsupials
    $1600 15
Kemmons Wilson founded this motel chain & named it for a Bing Crosby film
    $1600 4
Billy Vera
    $1600 2
In the 14th century the Ming dynasty extended it 16 miles to Laolongtou, where it meets the Pacific Ocean
    $1600 20
You think I'm useless? What am I? This 2-word phrase describing a cut-up animal body part? That is actually delicious?
    $1600 10
Never one to do things small, Napoleon in 1806 commissioned this 162'-high landmark as a memorial to his armies
    $1600 22
Though this Indian tiger is the most numerous tiger subspecies, there are as few as 2,500 left in the wild
    DD: $1,500 16
Roger Baldwin, co-founder of this "Union", was its director when its clients included John Scopes & James Joyce
    $2000 5
Grace Potter
    DD: $2,000 1
Confederation Bridge, connecting New Brunswick with this island, is the world's longest over ice-covered waters
    $2000 17
If I did this "on" someone, I ended our conversation, yet if I am this "on" someone, I'm obsessed
    $2000 14
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In 1526, control of Bohemia, the Archduchy of Austria & the Kingdom of Hungary belonged to the house of this family
    $2000 13
Along with the forests it inhabits, the golden lion species of this small monkey is in danger of disappearing

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Titi Rachel
$8,200 $12,400 $10,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It was said "his accent which started out as pure American Middle West" became "quite British U"

Final scores:

David Titi Rachel
$0 $3,399 $4,700
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $4,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Titi Rachel
$8,200 $12,200 $12,200
14 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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Game tape date: 2016-01-14
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