Show #7341 - Monday, July 11, 2016


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Katie Pieper, a Ph.D. student from Athens, Georgia

Jason George, a management consultant originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pam Platt, a writer and editor from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with the word "red".)
    $200 23
Jack Lew, now this cabinet bigwig, once used the signature seen here, but it never made it onto bills
    $200 16
Samuel Johnson said, "When a man is tired of" this city that contains his only surviving residence, "he is tired of life"
    $200 29
A book called "Homegrown Terror" chronicles this patriot-turned-traitor & the burning of New London
    $200 7
The canopy variety is similar to the four-poster
    $200 12
This master of suspense's 1969 film "Topaz" is a tale of Cold War defectors & double-dealing spies
    $200 1
Ruby Thewes,
Beatrix Potter,
Bridget Jones
    $400 22
Wang Xizhi was so renowned as one of these "beautiful writers" that his signature was deemed priceless
    $400 17
In an 1850 novel, she refuses to name the father of her daughter Pearl & spends 3 hours on the pillory
    $400 28
Before he ran off & ran the circus, he published a Danbury newspaper & was arrested for libel
    $400 8
To make someone your spouse
    $400 27
A large cannabis-growing area, the "Emerald Triangle" is a 3-county region in this state
    $400 26
Tuvia Bielski,
Jake Lonergan,
James Bond
    $600 15
Handprints, footprints, & signatures are the order of the day at this theater on Hollywood Boulevard
    DD: $2,000 24
The opera "Les Troyens", or "The Trojans", by Berlioz was based on this ancient Roman epic
    $600 25
This Yale grad put out "An American Dictionary of the English Language" in 1828, when he was 70
    $600 9
The part of the tire that hits the road
    $600 13
Soft rock gems by this singer include "Song Sung Blue" & "Heartlight"
    $600 20
Willie Mays Hayes,
    $800 4
In the 16th century this French astrologer & seer would begin his signatures with "Michel"
    $800 18
"Don't make house calls" is the message of "A Country Doctor", one of this Prague writer's eerie tales
    $800 19
In 1868 a church in Hartford, Connecticut was founded in memory of this revolver inventor & some of his children
    $800 6
Made an earnest appeal
    $800 11
This brand of gin has a "Sapphire" variety inspired by a gemstone once owned by Mary Pickford
    $800 2
Clarissa Vaughan,
Francesca Johnson,
Miranda Priestly
    $1000 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) Based on his initials, the body is the "J" & the wings are the "W" in a stylized butterfly used to sign paintings by this artist
    $1000 30
Fred Peloux is known by the single name Cheri in a 1920 novel by this single-named Frenchwoman
    $1000 21
The last name of this Connecticut-born jeweler is seen on coveted blue boxes
    $1000 10
It can go in place of "place" in the sentence "Johnny will go in my place"
    $1000 14
It's the spark-producing part of a lighter; you can order a replacement one
    $1000 3
J.D. Cahill,
Davy Crockett,
Hondo Lane

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

Pam Jason Katie
$200 $4,000 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Jason Katie
$1,400 $5,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the spelling there.)
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with a "B" and end with an "S".)
    $400 2
These were first added to U.S. mail addresses July 1, 1963
    $400 29
Nat King Cole's "Ramblin' Rose" reached No. 2 in 1962 & this group's "Ramblin Man" just missed the top spot in 1973
    $400 24
Francium + gold =
this German lady
    $400 19
The ghostly "Grey Man" of Pawleys Island, S.C., appears to warn residents of these approaching storms
    $400 18
The treelined Philadelphia parkway named for this Founding Father is modeled on the Champs-Elysees
    $400 10
This muscle (brachii) is a call to arms
    DD: $2,000 3
An army uprising in Colonial Morocco in July 1936 triggered this nation's Civil War
    $800 30
The Beatles had 2 Lennon-McCartney songs reach No. 2: "Do You Want To Know A Secret" & this theme to a 1968 animated film
    $800 23
Copper + rubidium =
this car wheel stopper
    $800 20
Ellen Pompeo operates as the title character on this TV show
    $800 17
This interstate takes you from San Francisco to New Jersey, passing through some more sparsely populated areas
    $800 9
It means fake or not genuine; it's totally this 5-letter word, dude!
    $1200 1
Celebs born on July 22 include Danny Glover, Willem Dafoe & this "Just Shoot Me" & "Joe Dirt" comic
    $1200 22
In 2008 his "Heartless" reached No. 2; he was heartless again in 2009 in his treatment of Taylor Swift
    $1200 12
Chlorine + arsenic + hydrogen =
this rock band
    $1200 21
His western novels include the gold-mining tale "The Border Legion"
    DD: $3,000 16
More than 15,000 feet up, the world's highest intl. paved road is the Karakoram Highway, shared by these 2 countries
    $1200 8
Early portraits of this Roman god show him as handsome, but later ones have him old, fat & drunk
    $1600 4
In July 1879 Charles Taze Russell published the first edition of "The Watchtower", a magazine of this religious group
    $1600 25
In 1998 she was "Frozen" at No. 2; we guess that happens "when your heart's not open"
    $1600 11
Tungsten + silver =
an action by a happy dog
    $1600 28
In 1715 playwright Nicholas Rowe's "Tragedy of" this female monarch premiered in London
    $1600 14
When this U.S. highway was extended to Key West in 1938, it completed a road all the way back to Maine
    $1600 6
This inflammation of the air passages in the lungs causes an increase of mucus production
    $2000 5
Mmmm! In July 1676 this rebellion began against the rule of Virginia governor William Berkeley
    $2000 26
Oh, what a feelin', when this guy hit No. 2 in 1986 with "Dancing On The Ceiling"
    $2000 13
Tin + argon + potassium =
poetic prey of Carroll
    $2000 27
The saluki is sometimes called a "Persian" one
    $2000 15
This World War II supply road with a "national" name was built in the 1930s & stretched from Lashio to Kunming
    $2000 7
It's the study of motions of projectiles such as bullets

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Jason Katie
$9,200 $17,400 $8,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This comedy whose title aims to please says, "I charge you, o men... that between you and the women the play may please"

Final scores:

Pam Jason Katie
$9,400 $18,401 $16,399
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,401 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pam Jason Katie
$12,200 $19,400 $7,000
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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Game tape date: 2016-04-25
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