Show #7314 - Thursday, June 2, 2016


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Ed Brown, a lighting designer from Pasadena, California

Ariel Watkins, a graduate student from Monterey, California

Kelly Bayles, a librarian from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This HBO show's opening credits feature a mechanized map that shows areas like Pentos & Qarth
    $200 16
Tired of cleaning up his toddler's spills, Richard Belanger created this no-spill cup in 1988
    $200 6
The co-founder of this looping video site said, "One day we did wake up & say, 6 seconds"
    $200 11
"Republicans & Democrats worked together to achieve historic education reform so that no child is left behind"
    $200 21
"Course" may mean one of these for a traveler, also having "OU" as its second & third letters
    $200 26
If you're forging Franklins, you're committing this crime
    $400 2
Map reading is a valuable skill on this CBS show; you can learn it in a book of the same title with an intro by Mark Burnett
    $400 17
To prevent the spread of germs, Lawrence Luellen created this disposable paper cup in 1908 & called it the Health Kup
    $400 7
OK, margin of error at this dating site has a formula--true match = calculated match +/- reasonable margin of error
    DD: $1,000 12
"The Congress assembles... under the shadow of a great calamity... (the) President... was shot by an anarchist"
    $400 22
From the French, it's any main course
    $400 27
An email asking for money may be part of a "419 scam", named for a section of this African country's criminal code
    $600 3
"Cougar Town" opens with a map of this U.S. state
    $600 18
This glass, named for its flowery shape, is preferred for sparkling wines because its rim holds in the bubbles longer
    $600 8
It's not a thin thread for your teeth but rather it's this .com that "gives smart, curious knowledge junkies their fix"
    $600 13
"We will offer a plan to end welfare as we know it... end welfare as a way of life & make it a path to independence"
    $600 23
Adding this 5-letter word in front of "course" creates a term meaning "brief intense instruction "
    $600 28
The first criminal caught via the use of these was murderer Francisca Rojas in Argentina in 1892
    $800 4
The map on this Lorne Greene Western displayed Virginia City & Reno before bursting into flame
    $800 19
The 80-year-old Solo brand loves Toby Keith's song that goes this color "Solo cup, I fill you up, let's have a party"
    $800 9
This site made up its own dictionary definition for itself: "a type of online community where users vote on content"
    $800 14
"I urged that measures be taken to complete the vital 40,000 mile interstate system" at a cost of roughly $25 billion
    $800 24
Adding these 3 letters to the beginning of "course" creates something that can be walked upon
    $800 29
In 1934 this notorious criminal escaped from a jail in Crown Point, Indiana by using a fake gun carved from wood
    $1000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) The Allies lost the war, and a buffer zone splits North America, with the Japanese in the west & the Nazis in the east on this Amazon show based on a story by Philip K. Dick
    $1000 20
This pear-shaped goblet used to serve cognac is also called a balloon
    $1000 10
In 2015 Zillow acquired this rival real estate website for $2.5 billion in stock
    $1000 15
"The state of the Union was not good... runaway inflation (ruins) every other worthy purpose. We are slowing it"
    $1000 25
Add an "R" to the end of "course" & you get a word Shakespeare used to mean this animal
    $1000 30
On Nov. 1, 1950 Oscar Collazo & Griselio Torresola made an attempt on the life of this politician

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

Kelly Ariel Ed
$3,800 $600 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kelly Ariel Ed
$8,600 $1,200 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the tune.)
(Alex: Each correct response in that category will rhyme with "wave".)
    $400 11
It's the year of the first-of-its-kind evidence of man seen here
    $400 6
This writer of creepy tales grew up largely in Richmond & one of his last readings was in 1849 at the Exchange Hotel
    $400 16
Singer says that armed conflict between nations has no value, "absolutely nothin"'
    $400 18
Term for a group of families associated for foraging, or for a group like Styx or the Pixies
    $400 24
The St. Lawrence Lowland &
the Trois-Rivieres metro area
    $400 1
To etch words or pictures into a hard surface like glass or stone
    $800 12
This abstract artist is seen at work outside his New York studio in the 1950s
    $800 7
Earl Hamner's story about a large extended family's life on a Virginia mountain became this popular TV show
    $800 17
17-year-old girl looks for her "king" on the dance floor on a Friday evening
    $800 20
Anthropologists in the '60s like Sheila Kitzinger said this life event was overmedicalized & suggested trying it the natural way
    $800 25
The West Edmonton Mall, which boasts a water park, an amusement park, an ice palace, as well as, you know, a shopping mall
    $800 2
From Old English for "boy", it's another name for the playing card known as the jack
    $1200 13
This sacred species shares its name with a yoga position
    $1200 8
"Drawing Out the Man" by Henry Wise is a history of this military college in Lexington
    $1200 19
Harbor town barmaid waits for her seafaring love to return
    $1200 21
In 2016 it was claimed that these prehistoric ice-age humans were wiped out because modern man was more artistic
    $1200 28
Casino Regina, where Buffy Sainte-Marie has performed
    $1200 3
One of the slats of wood that form the sides of a barrel
    $1600 14
Introducing this daughter of a minister who earned an historic Oscar nomination in 1955
    DD: $2,000 9
She was born in Virginia in 1873, but at age 9 moved to Nebraska, where her best known works are set
    $1600 26
Guy tired of his lady reads a personal ad, responds & meets her again
    $1600 22
Divisions of anthropology include this type also called ethnology, which studies human social behavior
    DD: $3,000 29
The Jimi Hendrix shrine, not all that far from Jimi's birthplace
    $1600 4
It uses steam & high temperatures to sterilize surgical equipment
    $2000 15
This transport for a big screen Bond could produce 286 horsepower
    $2000 10
This native of Newport News wrote about Virginia history in "The Confessions of Nat Turner"
    $2000 27
Precipitation causes angst for a man who blames the sun for his soggy plight
    $2000 23
This now-extinct language was named for a strip of land along the Adriatic in Croatia
    $2000 30
St. Paul's, the country's oldest Protestant church, which preserves a broken window from the 1917 ship explosion
    $2000 5
An old title for a German governor; Bach dedicated some concertos to the one of Brandenburg

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kelly Ariel Ed
$20,600 $1,600 $10,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Despite protests in 2009 some of his personal effects as seen here were sold at auction

Final scores:

Kelly Ariel Ed
$20,600 $200 $3,201
2-day champion: $37,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kelly Ariel Ed
$20,200 $1,600 $8,200
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
4 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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