Show #7345 - Friday, July 15, 2016

Last game consolation prizes sponsored. Consolation sponsorship began in Show #6211 in Season 28. The only consolation prizes sponsor was Aleve.


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Luke Hales, a teacher from Friendswood, Texas

Siobhan Quinlan, an Italian instructor and study abroad director from Lexington, Massachusetts

Ellen Corrigan, a law clerk from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will be made up of some of the letters in the word "Africa".)
    $200 1
This Mark Twain character is "hated" by moms because he is "vulgar & bad" but "all their children admired him"
    $200 14
Miami districts include "Little Haiti" & "Little" this city, home to many exiles from Cuba
    $200 11
Slang for "money", or to steal from locations left unprotected after a natural catastrophe
    $200 6
Accidents will happen on camera; hilarity since 1990; Saget lasted 7 years
    $200 26
Its Accord hybrid gets 47 mpg on the highway, so if you're going 220 mi. from NYC to Boston, it's just under 5 gallons
    $200 21
Easy on the eyes, like a maiden
    $400 2
This Margaret Wise Brown children's classic about bedtime begins "In the great green room..."
    $400 15
Just north of downtown Seattle is this "Hill", though the state government is still in Olympia
    $400 12
To be sent "up the river" meant to be sent up the Hudson River from New York City to this prison
    $400 7
Things move fast in Central City; red really is the title hero's color; go west, young man
    $400 27
An "electric" stat: Chevy says owners who charge this model regularly average more than 900 miles between fill-ups
    $400 22
Presidential spokesman Fleischer or NPR voice Shapiro
    $600 3
He illustrated "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" & "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?"
    $600 18
A UCLA fight song begins, "We are the Sons of" this L.A. neighborhood
    DD: $1,000 13
In France “reclusion” is the term for this type of imprisonment
    $600 8
The Fisher family puts the "fun" in funeral home
    $600 28
This brand's "relentless pursuit of perfection" includes the ES300h, which has a combined 200hp & gets 40 in the city
    $600 23
Leon Panetta was its director from 2009 to 2011
    $800 4
Discovered in 1993 an asteroid was named Besixdouze, an homage to this title character who lives on Asteroid B-612
    $800 19
Neil Simon title a play this Brooklyn neighborhood "Memoirs"
    $800 16
In 2006 Bonnano crime family boss Vincent Basciano was convicted of this operation of illegal enterprises for profit
    $800 9
Jensen & Jared, battling personal demons since 2005; the show's been known to raise Cain
    $800 29
On the highway, its Jetta hybrid SEL will get you almost 100 miles on 2 gallons
    $800 24
The path of a fired arrow from bow to ground
    $1000 5
Russell Hoban wrote 6 picture book stories about this little badger & her family
    $1000 20
A real Charleston, S.C. neighborhood was the inspiration for this "Row" in the opera "Porgy & Bess"
    $1000 17
8-letter word for a prison on a military post or a barrier made of stakes
    $1000 10
A TV show about a TV show; an ex-"Friends" star plays an ex-"Friends" star
    $1000 30
Based in Seoul, this company has soul--its Soul EV-- which can go 93 miles on a one-hour charge
    $1000 25
An example of this pine family member is seen here

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

Ellen Siobhan Luke
$2,200 -$1,600 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Siobhan Luke
$5,000 $600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not "Out of Africa".)
    $400 7
Ted is often short for this, as in late senator Ted Stevens
    $400 1
Around the 330s B.C., Praxiteles sculpted this Greek messenger god "Carrying the Infant Dionysus"
    $400 2
"Shoeless Joe" by W.P. Kinsella
    $400 26
This iconic track was built in 1909 as a testing facility for the local automotive industry
    $400 16
A homophone of a number, it can also mean "very" or "also"
    $400 21
Today, 83 million live in this ancient nation
    $800 8
The first name of theatrical set designer Walton, or what he won for his work on "Pippin"
    $800 12
Kids can climb on the ice sculptures that pop up in Gorky Park in this European capital
    $800 3
The novella "The Body" by Stephen King
    $800 27
As governor, Mitch Daniels balanced the budget; as pres. of this univ., he froze tuition in 2013 after 36 years of increases
    $800 17
As an adjective it can mean "quick", but when it follows "hold" as an adverb, it means "firmly"
    $800 22
The Basotho people are the majority in this country of 2 million
    $1200 9
This name of a 20th century princess is part of the correct way to address a duchess
    $1200 13
One of this American's mobile sculptures that was vandalized in 1929 went back on display at the Tate in 2015
    $1200 4
Starring Tom Cruise: "One Shot" by Lee Child
    $1200 28
From 1918 to 1931, he coached football in Indiana, racking up 105 wins, 12 losses & 5 ties
    $1200 18
These 2 non -ly adverbs are in the name of a kingdom in "Shrek 2"
    $1200 23
Once controlled by Germany, today this country bears the name of a desert found there
    $1600 10
This name given the 1974 discovery seen here was taken from a Beatles song
    $1600 14
For the church of Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome, Bernini sculpted the Biblical Daniel in this place where Darius put him
    $1600 5
Earning young Tatum O'Neal an Oscar: "Addie Pray" by Joe David Brown
    $1600 29
A trail or "trace" across the state was first used by these animals it's named for, then Native Americans, then settlers
    $1600 19
If you formerly lived in Philly, you can be referred to as this "of Philly"; it doesn't mean you're dead
    $1600 24
The third-longest river in Africa lends its name to these 2 countries
    $2000 11
This Italian male first name also means a vivid red
    DD: $5,000 15
The Lego kinetic sculpture of this mythological figure shows his rock rolling punishment in Hades
    $2000 6
Starring Montgomery Clift & Elizabeth Taylor: "An American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser
    $2000 30
In 1811 under this general, the U.S. Army defeated an Indian army at the Battle of Tippecanoe
    $2000 20
Bloviating speeches are full of words meaning "in addition", like "moreover" & this word with the "more" at the end
    DD: $3,000 25
This coastal republic of 23 million is separated from Madagascar by the channel of the same name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Siobhan Luke
$14,800 $4,600 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A quartet inducted in 2010 & a trio inducted in 2004, they’re the first & last inductees alphabetically

Final scores:

Ellen Siobhan Luke
$19,201 $8,600 $600
2-day champion: $23,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ellen Siobhan Luke
$13,800 $5,600 $6,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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Game tape date: 2016-04-25
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