Show #7266 - Monday, March 28, 2016


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Erin Bowers, a patent examiner from Washington, D.C.

Kent Buxton, a medical student from Kansas City, Missouri

Doug Behrend, a college professor from Fayetteville, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Title guy abandoned, alone for part of 28 years. On island, not jungle, but Tarzan relate
    $200 16
Also a type of pants, this brown shade gets its name from the Urdu word for "dusty"
    $200 10
On May 15, 2007 Shawn Cotter used this site to prank friends, creating the rickroll
    $200 15
After the Civil War the "Radical Republicans" were committed to the enfranchisement of these people
    $200 21
A crazy party, a car tire explosion or a sporting event whose score is not close
    $400 6
This "happy" 1989 Amy Tan novel give Tarzan interesting take on Asian-American women. Tarzan world view expanded
    $400 1
4 wide ones
    $400 17
Heat sugar or syrup until it turns brown & you get this flavoring & color
    $400 11
Time to get down to business on, this publication's website
    $400 25
Take 3 letters off the end of one of Snow White's dwarfs & you get this kind of lively celebration
    $600 7
Tarzan enjoy dark humor but ponder insanity of war after read bombardier snared in Air Force bureaucracy
    $600 2
Craig Biggio had it happen 285 times; ouch!
    $600 18
Named for its cigar-like color, the Havana Brown is a breed of this animal
    $600 12
An online "Phase II" of "Star Trek" had this George Takei character travel through time & again help save the Enterprise
    $600 26
In 1884 Thomas Nast referred to an image he created for the Republican party as "the sacred" this
    DD: $1,800 22
Hemingway said his Paris days were like one of these, a phrase for a religious celebration that's not a fixed date
    $800 8
1st E.L. James book in series. That one messed-up couple! Tarzan eyes wide as Tarzan read but Tarzan adult! Can handle!
    $800 3
A defensive player handles a grounder but throws to another base to get the force out
    $800 19
Lending his name to a reddish-brown glaze, 16th century artist Piccolpasso "threw" together the earliest book on this craft
    $800 13 has a listing for this service "and chill"
    $800 27
The Tea Party's first major rallies on April 15, 2009 had some claiming its name meant this "enough already"
    $800 23
Wunderland is this type of festive 'hall for all occasions"
    $1000 9
Tarzan see what Huxley doing! Take title from line in "Tempest"! Irony noted in Tarzan Tuesday book group
    $1000 4
The catcher makes contact with a batter, impeding or hindering him
    $1000 20
The tree & the resulting sideboard seen here give us the name of this reddish brown
    $1000 14
"Get to all your files from anywhere, on any device, and share them with anyone", says this .com
    $1000 28
In 2009 he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee
    $1000 24
4-letter French word for a day of celebration

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

Doug Kent Erin
$1,600 $6,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Kent Erin
$1,200 $7,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1880s
    $400 2
In 1702 Maria Winckelmann Kirch became the first woman to discover one of these heavenly travelers
    $400 6
This author's novels include 1863's "Five Weeks in a Balloon"
    $400 26
In 2015 this drama about Windy City doctors joined the "Chicago P.D." & "Chicago Fire" franchise
    $400 12
On Aug. 5, 1884, William A. Brodie, Grand Master of Masons in New York, laid the cornerstone for this monument
    $400 20
The Al-Sudd swamp of South Sudan is formed by this branch of the Nile
    $400 1
Specific word meaning "not found in the phone book"
    $800 3
In 1929 President Herbert Hoover presented her with a $50,000 check to buy a gram of radium for a Warsaw lab
    $800 8
On the Saffir-Simpson scale, the most destructive of these are classified as category 5
    $800 27
On one show named for this comic, he played a Chicago shrink who shared his secretary with a dentist
    $800 13
This organization founded in 1888 promised it wouldn't be "confined to professional geographers"
    $800 24
In the Pantanal Floodplains of central Brazil, you might encounter anacondas & these rodents
    $800 16
As an adjective, it can simply mean "under the navel"
    $1200 4
Leona Woods was the only woman on Enrico Fermi's team, which produced the first controlled one of these in 1942
    $1200 9
A Naval training center in Illinois is named for this geographic quintet
    $1200 28
If this sitcom was titled with the characters' last names instead of their first, it would be "Mr. Biggs & Ms. Flynn"
    $1200 14
The 1883 eruption of this Indonesian volcano was heard as far away as Perth, Australia
    $1200 21
This state's Atchafalaya Basin is the USA's largest river swamp
    $1200 17
From the
Latin for "further", these "motives" are purposely left hidden
    DD: $2,400 5
In June 1960 she began studying Vervet monkeys on an island in Lake Victoria, as a trial run for her later chimp studies
    $1600 10
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a biology diagram on the monitor.) Metaphase is the third stage of five stages of the production of two cells from an existing one, a process known by this term
    $1600 29
The 1950s drama "The Untouchables" was based on a memoir of the same name written by this Chicago g-man
    $1600 15
In 1886, this 4-letter German patented his 3-wheeled motorwagen, which many consider the first automobile
    DD: $3,000 22
Sundari, a type of mangrove tree, is prominent in the Sundarbans Swamp, located in these two nations
    $1600 18
A direction begins this word for a youngster who has risen annoyingly quickly through the ranks
    $2000 7
In 1929 this anthropologist traveled to New Guinea to study children there
    $2000 11
In the late 1500s the "Five Nations" of this confederacy were the Onodaga, Oneida, Mohawk, Cayuga & Seneca
    $2000 30
Subtitle of the 1970s show that starred Darren McGavin as Carl Kolchak, a reporter covering the supernatural
    $2000 25
Charles Martin Hall invented a cheap process for extracting aluminum from this ore
    $2000 23
Home to groves of black gum, juniper & water ash, the Great Dismal Swamp straddles Virginia & this state
    $2000 19
"I take" this with your remark, sir, meaning my annoyance is throttingly high

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Kent Erin
$15,000 $11,400 $18,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1939 this new product was touted as being strong as steel, fine as a spider's web & more elastic than natural fibers

Final scores:

Doug Kent Erin
$22,900 $22,798 $30,001
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $30,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Kent Erin
$14,600 $11,400 $18,000
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
20 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $44,000

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Game tape date: 2016-02-03
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