Show #7343 - Wednesday, July 13, 2016


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Benn Millman, a bank operations manager from Vancouver, British Columbia

Sue Baker, a medical coder from Madison, Wisconsin

Jason George, a management consultant originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $53,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi was one of the first to propose the unification of this continent
    $200 16
Elly May & Jed
    $200 11
Triple sec, lime juice, tequila & salt on the rim gives you this fiesta in a glass
    $200 2
What's that noise? Oh, it's this wooden shoe dance; go, Grandma, go
    $200 26
In 1983 she was Arkansas' Woman of the Year
    $200 22
Uh, Peter? Work on this artificial language! Via panjo odoras marco gaso really means "Your mom smells like swamp gas"!
    $400 7
The northern region of Israel that includes Nazareth & Tiberias shares its name with this so-called sea
    $400 17
Archie & Edith
    $400 12
Unaged tequila bottled soon after distillation is called blanco ("white" or plata (this metal)
    $400 4
To terminate communication with a computer system; please do it every night before you leave the office
    $400 27
As an actress, one of her last roles was in a 1962 episode of "Wagon Train"
    $400 23
You know, Peter, I like the X-Men, too, but keeping this animal as a house pet? It goes after bears, man
    $600 8
In 2008 French authorities let 40 new villages classify themselves as part of this sparkling wine region
    $600 18
Wally & Beaver
    $600 13
A popular brand name today, around 1795 this family was granted a license by the Spanish king to make tequila
    $600 3
An accumulation of work or customer orders that should have been dealt with already
    DD: $2,000 28
In the fall of 1951 she got her first job as the "Inquiring Camera Girl" at the Washington Times-Herald
    $600 24
Peter's investment in this Ken Lay company was long gone by the time 11 of its execs were indicted for fraud in 2003
    $800 9
Trey Gowdy chairs the House Select Committee on some 2012 events in this Libyan city
    $800 19
Charlie & Alan
    $800 14
Tequila is not made from a cactus but from the blue variety of this other succulent
    $800 1
In mathematics, it's the exponent to which a base is raised
    $800 29
In 1942 she invested in a small Austin, Texas radio station, which she turned into a communications empire
    $800 21
Peter! This Jewish dish of ground whitefish mixed with eggs & matzo meal... how on earth do you burn it?!
    $1000 10
You'll find Mikimoto Boutique, seen here, in this area of Tokyo
    $1000 20
Ray & Debra
    $1000 15
Tequila is named for a town in this west-central Mexican state whose capital is Guadalajara
    $1000 5
Someone who completely buys into a belief of set of doctrines & follows it to the letter
    $1000 30
From 1922 to 1925, while her husband was Commerce secretary, she served as president of the Girl Scouts
    $1000 25
Oh no! Peter tore his ACL, short for this, which helps connect the tibia to the femur

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

Jason Sue Benn
$1,000 $600 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Sue Benn
$4,000 $4,800 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
Princess Anne, now the Princess Royal
    $400 11
4 syllables: exactly the same, like some twins
    $400 16
Composer Leonard Bernstein said the universal teasing song uses the notes G-E, G-E & this repeated syllable
    $400 21
Paul Gallico began as a sportswriter but is remembered for the "Adventure" of this capsized ocean liner
    $400 23
The band's debut album was written entirely by Dave Grohl, primarily known until then for work with band
    $400 5
The first rigid airship, built in Germany in 1897, had a hull sheeted with this light metal
    $800 13
Leif Eriksson
    $800 10
5 syllables: part of a fraction that gets its name from a word meaning "to name"
    $800 17
The bad or antisocial type of teasing is sometimes defined as a form of this, harassing a vulnerable person
    $800 22
This 19th century author of coming of age novels was featured on a 1940 postage stamp
    $800 24
The name Foo Fighters comes from these mysterious objects known to pester pilots
    $800 4
More known today for luxury cars, this alliterative British company supplied Eagle V engines to early planes
    $1200 14
King Solomon
    $1200 7
5 syllables: it's the act of putting things off & postponing & putting things off & ...
    $1200 18
This famous Brit would have had the last name Cheese, but his dad changed 1 letter to avoid teasing
    $1200 26
Including "The New Centurions", Joseph Wambaugh has written many bestsellers about folks in this profession
    $1200 25
"There goes" this person, "He's ordinary" in a song whose video showed a building on fire
    $1200 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an aeronautical animation on the monitor.) Flaps are on the inside of a wing, while these hinged sections control the balance from side to side; when one is raised, the other is lowered, banking the plane to enable a turn
    $1600 1
9th century emperor Louis the Pious
    $1600 8
6 syllables: "royal" state policy of extending power by territorial acquisition
    $1600 19
"Directional" word that's a synonym for teasing, as in the way to style your hair
    $1600 27
This Nobel Prize winner's novel "Jazz" is her meditation on life in Harlem in the 1920s
    $1600 29
A documentary of the 8-city recording process accompanied the 2014 album "Sonic" these
    DD: $4,000 2
In 1871 the first of these chambers was created, allowing wings to be tested in a stream of air
    $2000 15
    DD: $4,000 9
5 syllables: a 19th c. song said, “I am” this / “then urge me not to pause / for joyfully do I enlist / in freedom’s sacred cause”
    $2000 20
You can buy a book of brainteasers at the website of this organization for the top 2% of intelligence test takers
    $2000 28
This Nathaniel West novel was a satiric take on the "buggy" nature of 1930s Hollywood
    $2000 30
David Letterman could've chosen many, but he wanted & got this for his last "Late Show" song
    $2000 6
From the Greek for "bird" & "wing" came these early contraptions with wings that flapped to get up in the sky

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Sue Benn
$13,600 $9,600 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Discovered in 1535, this island group on the equator got perhaps its most famous visitor exactly 300 years later

Final scores:

Jason Sue Benn
$7,999 $19,000 $18,796
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $19,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jason Sue Benn
$9,200 $8,200 $9,400
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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Game tape date: 2016-04-25
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