Show #7346 - Monday, July 18, 2016


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Emily DeArdo, a writer from Reynoldsburg, Ohio

Hans Huizing, a principal from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

Ellen Corrigan, a law clerk from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
A measure of distance, not brightness, one is equal to about 6 trillion miles
    $200 1
Quite the voice before judging "The Voice", he had a No. 1 country hit in 2001 with "Austin"
    $200 6
It precedes -packed, pump & cleaner
    $200 7
In 2015 this line of lingerie held its 20th annual fashion show, televised from New York City
    $200 16
This language is the second most-spoken in the U.S. with about 35 million speakers
    $200 17
A great playwright, but:
    $400 25
A long pole helps a tightrope walker by increasing this tendency of a body to stay at rest
    $400 2
Quite the voice before judging "The Voice", she had a No. 1 pop hit in 2000 with "What A Girl Wants"
    $400 22
This wingless larva of a European beetle emits a sustained greenish light; shine, little this! Glimmer, glimmer
    $400 8
Known for her wedding gowns, this former figure skater has clothed such celebs as Chelsea Clinton & Mariah Carey
    $400 15
The region of Flanders is known as Vlaanderen in Flemish, which is a form of this language
    $400 18
A physicist:
    $600 26
Humans have 2 of these long bones, the longest in the body
    $600 3
Providing both hip & hop in 2005, this group that included Fergie had a request--"Don't Lie"
    $600 23
Strip down to your this, underwear consisting of a cotton T-shirt & shorts... Stop! No! We were kidding!
    $600 9
This 1980s TV cop show started a men's fashion trend for pastel colors & suit jackets over T-shirts
    $600 12
On the dance floor I'm a klutz, from a word meaning "wooden block" in this Germanic language
    $600 19
A Hungarian composer:
    $800 27
Kids on a seesaw instinctively calculate this, the tendency of a force to produce rotation around an axis
    $800 4
"Wake Me Up When September Ends", requested this "colorful" trio in 2005
    DD: $1,800 29
In September 2014 there was a United Tribes International one of these held in Bismarck, North Dakota
    $800 10
From 1962 to 1971 Diana Vreeland was this magazine's influential editor-in-chief
    $800 13
Dialects of English include this London one with distinctive rhyming slang
    $800 20
A 19th century president:
    $1000 28
Self-healing like the T-1000, the "terminator" type of this macromolecule compound was discovered in 2013
    $1000 5
"Stand Up" in 2005 was the 4th No. 1 studio album in a row by the band named for this S. Afr.-born man; they're big live too
    $1000 30
Often followed by "up", it means to distribute (especially among thieves)
    $1000 11
A 1980s trend was the backpack-style handbag that this designer made in a type of nylon she called Pocone
    $1000 14
The name of this language of the Philippines comes from words meaning "of the river"
    $1000 21
He was full of ego:

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

Ellen Hans Emily
$4,000 $2,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Hans Emily
$6,400 $5,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: About presidents.)
(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with the word "mean".)
    $400 7
In this 2006 animated film, a rookie named Lightning takes a detour on Route 66 & learns some lessons about life
    $400 26
Ayers Rock:
this country
    $400 6
In this novel the title orphan falls in with Fagin's den of thieves
    $400 1
The first specific duty of the president in the Constitution's Article 2, Section 2 is this big responsibility
    $400 21
In medical research a "knockout mouse" has had 1 or more of these units of heredity inactivated to model disease
    $400 16
It's where you get to after the tee & the fairway
    $800 12
Cable network where you'll find "Listed Sisters" & "Property Brothers"
    $800 30
Crater Lake:
this state
    $800 8
Pip is to be brought up as "a young fellow of" these, the novel's title
    $800 2
Since 1869 Thomas Jefferson has appeared on several versions of this dollar denomination
    $800 22
In this Shakespeare play, the title character refers to a play-within-the-play as "The Mousetrap" to catch the guilty
    $800 17
It pairs with betwixt in a phrase meaning not one thing or another
    $1200 13
"Control yourself, take only what you need from it", says this band in "Kids"
    DD: $3,000 29
The Sargasso Sea:
this ocean
    $1200 9
It's set during the French Revolution
    $1200 3
Starting in 1809 she set the standard for First Ladies as managers of the White House
    $1200 23
The film "An American Tail" tells of this immigrant mouse's adventures after he gets separated from his family
    $1200 18
This type of luxurious transport is named for a French region
    $1600 14
You're gonna live forever after naming this 1980s TV show about performing arts students in New York City
    $1600 28
El Capitan:
this national park
    $1600 10
This title character lodges with Mr. Micawber
    DD: $1,200 4
During the 1844 election, he said if he were elected pres., it would be only for one term; he won & kept his promise
    $1600 24
"Uh-uh. Jus' a dead mouse, George... Honest! I found it. I found it dead" is in this novel
    $1600 19
To arrange for or to gather for a formal meeting
    $2000 15
The part was written for a man, but Angelina Jolie was cast as the title CIA agent on the run in this 2010 film
    $2000 27
St. Stephen's Green at the end of Grafton Street:
this capital
    $2000 11
This work was subtitled "For These Times"
    $2000 5
19 presidents had previously served in the U.S. House of Representatives; he's the most recent one
    $2000 25
In 1992 he won a special Pulitzer for "Maus", his graphic novel about the Holocaust
    $2000 20
This seaport of 200,000 is the commercial center of northeast Scotland

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Hans Emily
$16,800 $13,000 $1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Established in 1903, this European event was originally touted in a newspaper printed on yellow paper

Final scores:

Ellen Hans Emily
$16,800 $4,063 $1,800
3-day champion: $40,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ellen Hans Emily
$16,800 $10,200 $3,000
22 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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Game tape date: 2016-04-26
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