Show #7270 - Friday, April 1, 2016

Ten April Fools' Easter eggs edited into the show.


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Milton John, a physical therapist from Nanuet, New York

Oliver Bundy, an attorney originally from Anchorage, Alaska

Todd Giese, a hotel front desk manager from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $74,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the show for us.)
    $200 19
(David Muir, anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, presents.) In 2015, I helped moderate the third Democratic presidential debate & asked the candidates about topics including whether to accept refugees from this specific country
    $200 13
One who admires the customs of England
    $200 3
In a classic '70s sitcom, newsroommates Gavin MacLeod, Edward Asner & Ted Knight
    $200 8
To see how this religious sect lives in Lancaster, Penn., you can take a buggy ride in the country & visit one of their farms
    $200 18
Wagner tubas were built especially for this 4-opera cycle
    $200 1
You can whiten your smile with this brand's 3D White toothpaste & Whitestrips
    $400 20
(David Muir presents.) In my 2015 interview with Hillary Clinton, she said, quote "That was a mistake, I'm sorry" about using one of these while Secretary of State
    $400 14
One who loves & collects books
    $400 4
Tim Daly & Tea Leoni, dealing with the federal government
    $400 9
Every June & July, "The Miracle Worker" is performed on the grounds of Ivy Green, her home in Tuscumbia
    $400 24
This character seen here is both musical & instrumental
    $400 2
You might want to use a toothpaste that controls this, hardened plaque
    $600 21
(David Muir presents.) Marking an abrupt change after decades, the normalization of relations with this country was the subject of an exclusive interview I conducted with President Obama in December of 2014
    $600 16
A devoted, knowledgeable moviegoer
    $600 5
Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer, navigating New York
    DD: $2,000 10
Louisburg Square in this "elevated" neighborhood of Boston features red brick townhomes & a gated private park
    $600 25
In the 1890s this "March King" redeveloped a style of bass tuba that was eventually named for him
    $800 22
(David Muir presents.) Political reporting often means hitting the presidential campaign trail, like I did in 2015 when I conducted a one-on-one interview in English & Spanish with this ex-governor
    $800 17
One who enjoys wines as a connoisseur
    $800 6
Jim Caviezel & Michael Emerson, fighting evil in a high-tech way
    $800 11
You can visit a weather museum at the top of this New Hampshire peak, reachable via a cog railway
    $800 26
The name of this instrument, which serves as a tenor tuba in military bands, is from the Greek for "good sounding"
    $1000 23
(David Muir presents.) I interviewed this first-term senator in April 2014 & she insisted she was not running for president
    $1000 15
A lover of words; hopefully you're enough of one to get this
    $1000 7
Noah Wyle & Moon Bloodgood began dealing with aliens in 2011
    $1000 12
The National Farm Toy Museum in Dyersville is an attraction in this corn-rich state
    $1000 27
His album "Birth of the Cool" includes the French horn & tuba, instruments rarely heard in a jazz context

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

Todd Oliver Milton?
$2,000 $1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Oliver Milton?
$5,400 $3,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The word "substance" has nine letters. Each correct response will be made up of some of the letters in the word "substance".)
    $400 1
Colombian writer Jose Eustasio Rivera's 1924 novel "The Vortex" was set in the rubber plantations of this rain forest
    $400 21
The Carrara quarries in Tuscany are prized for this rock used by Michelangelo for his "Pieta"
    $400 3
Profession that made Oscar de la Renta famous
    $400 7
A baby is a small one of these, usually about 750 watts
    $400 6
Two countries visible on the map of Europe today used to be united as this dual monarchy
    $400 25
This 6-letter term is used to describe the climbing of a mountain
    $800 2
Mexican poet Octavio Paz quit his diplomatic post due to a massacre of protesters 10 days before this 1968 event
    $800 22
Sial, the upper layer of the Earth's crust, primarily consists of these 2 elements
    $800 4
This "Big O" was only the second NBAer to score more than 25,000 points
    $800 8
A delight to most actors, "S.R.O." stands for this, meaning a packed house
    $800 17
On Oct. 7, 1949 the Soviets announced the formation of this country, aka the DDR
    $800 26
A position on an issue, or a batting position at home plate
    $1200 9
Gauchesco is literature about the South American equivalent of this American job
    DD: $3,000 23
The inside walls of these hollow rocks are lined with crystals
    $1200 5
Author Oscar Hijuelos created this group who "Play Songs of Love"
    $1200 14
It means to furnish a stage with props, scenery & furniture, but not necessarily clothing
    $1200 18
Caesar could tell you France & parts of other nations made up this region that faded from history in the 500s
    $1200 27
A Hindu social division with its own privileges & restrictions
    $1600 10
His 1985 work "Love in the Time of Cholera" was partially based on his parents' courtship
    $1600 12
This member of the double-first-name club has played Llewyn Davis & Poe Dameron
    $1600 15
A rumble pot is a receptacle in which hot water is mixed with this, solid carbon dioxide, to create fog
    $1600 19
In 1946 this federal state took up a big slab of the Balkans with 6 republics; in 2003, not so much
    DD: $3,000 11
This writer who died fighting for Cuba's independence in 1895 is a national hero of the island
    $2000 24
A prized variety of this ornamental stone mined in the American Southwest is robin's egg blue
    $2000 13
"A Jazz Odyssey" is the autobiography of this pianist
    $2000 16
This 2-word term for sound effects from out of view of the audience is also the name of a 1982 play by Michael Frayn
    $2000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) A big player in Medieval & Renaissance times, by 1861, the entity known as these "States" shrank to a dot on the map

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Oliver Milton?
$19,000 $800 $4,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of Asia's 10 most populous urban areas, this city on an island is the only one south of the equator

Final scores:

Todd Oliver Milton?
$8,001 $1,599 $2,000
4-day champion: $82,403 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Todd Oliver Milton?
$19,000 $2,800 $6,000
22 R,
2 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2016-02-03
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