Show #7376 - Monday, October 10, 2016


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Pidge Meade, a technical writer and actress from Pacifica, California

Charlie Olsky, a film publicist from Brooklyn, New York

Nate Ross, a systems engineer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: What part of the body?)
    $200 1
Long layover? No problem at this Finnish capital's airport, which offers sleep pods, a spa & more
    $200 11
    $200 14
Regular brushing can help prevent this inflammation of the gums
    $200 2
This show's "Six Merry Murderesses" do the "Cell Block Tango" in Chicago's Cook County Jail

"They had it coming (They had it coming) / They had it coming (They had it coming) / They had it coming all along..."
    $200 19
You'll find "late" in the middle of this word you use when you wish someone happy birthday the day after
    DD: $1,000 3
The Tenzing-Hillary airport in this country is 9,200 feet above sea level
    $400 12
Kid, as in a familiar expression
    $400 29
The highest & lowest points in the 48 contiguous states are within 100 miles of each other in this state
    $400 15
During a 1721 epidemic in Boston, Zabdiel Boylston gave the 1st Amer. inoculations against this now-eradicated disease
    $400 5
"My Boyfriend's Back" is one of the songs in this show that begins in New Jersey in 1962
    $400 20
Many schools have policies against being this 5-letter late word
    $600 4
A British airport renamed for him in 2001 also adopted the slogan "Above us only sky"
    $600 13
Money--Rick Steves never travels without one
    $600 28
Some mammals, like cattle, can sleep standing up but can only do this, from the Old English for "joy", lying down
    $600 16
Coumadin & heparin are in this class of drugs whose name means that they thin your blood
    $600 6
Sara Bareilles wrote the music for this 2016 show seen here; note the women's uniforms

"...keep racing / Let's make mistakes / Let us say, "So what?" and make worse what was..."
    $600 21
It's the usual adjective for a library book that's not been returned on time
    $800 9
Resembling a bird about to take off, the terminal at Bilbao airport is nicknamed "La Paloma", Spanish for this
    $800 24
Tennis, so named because Chris Evert wore one
    $800 27
The Peruvian part of this lake covers more than 1,900 square miles but even more importantly, it's funny to say
    $800 17
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is the human form of this "beastly" affliction
    $800 7
It's the plural title of the 2016 revival that combines "The March of the Falsettos" & "Falsettoland"
    $800 22
Just like former House Majority Leader Tom's last name, you could have been beset by one of these
    $1000 10
You can still see one of Air France's Concorde jets outside the Paris airport named for him
    $1000 25
    $1000 26
In 1642 this Frenchman whose name became a computer language built a machine that could add & subtract
    $1000 18
Bright's disease is an inflammation in these organs
    $1000 8
This 2015 Tony winner is set in a funeral home, given a slightly shorter nickname by the family's children

"...right clothes you're wearing / Your short hair and your dungarees / And your lace-up boots..."
    $1000 23
A restaurant worker who's falling behind is said to be "in" these garden annoyances

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

Nate Charlie Pidge
$2,800 $2,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nate Charlie Pidge
$8,200 $3,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will have eight letters and will begin with the letter L.)
    $400 7
Her album "Storyteller" dominated country album sales in 2015
    $400 26
In the late 1400s Ottoman slaves of this religion were forced to convert to Islam & serve in an infantry called the Janissaries
    $400 6
7-foot, 100-pound sturgeon have returned to the St. Louis River, Minnesota's largest tributary of this Great Lake
    $400 1
In "Lord of the Rings", Frodo is a hobbit & Gimli is one of these
    $400 12
(Kelly of the Clue Crew demonstrates with a bent Jackson.) Bending a $20 bill at precise places can make Andrew's face appear to smile or frown, an effective one of these 2-word tricks
    $400 18
It's the fetching dog seen here
    $800 8
This actress sang a song about Life Day, "a day of peace", in the 1978 "Star Wars Holiday Special"
    $800 27
In 1457 this city became capital of the Ottoman Empire & 60 years later the seat of the caliph
    $800 16
Way down upon this river, the old folks (& everyone else) can see Florida's largest whitewater rapids
    $800 2
In "Paradise Lost" this character disguises himself as a cherub to sneak into the Garden of Eden
    $800 13
The browser ploy with this Agatha Christie-esque name keeps users at a website by disabling the back button
    $800 19
In the original Iroquois version of this sport, goals were miles apart, & games had hundreds of players
    $1200 9
Carrie Brownstein & Corin Tucker named this hyphenated alt rock band after a road in Lacey, Washington
    $1200 28
Capturing Mesopotamia in 1534 gave the Ottomans access to this large gulf to the south
    $1200 23
This river that runs east-west, bisecting Alaska, is known for the Chinook salmon that spawn in its creeks
    $1200 3
Not Fog nor Cloud, but this is Lolita's last name in Nabokov's lecherous classic
    $1200 14
Change 1 letter in "rube" to get this, which a rube might fall for
    $1200 20
For the song "The Lady Is A Tramp", it was Lorenz Hart
    $1600 10
When Graham Nash wrote about this singer he was too shy to use her 1st name so he chose one that rhymed: "Carrie Ann"
    $1600 24
There's a maritime museum named for this river near its mouth in Astoria, Oregon
    $1600 4
This 1913 George Bernard Shaw play was based on an ancient Greek myth recounted by Ovid
    DD: $3,000 15
Supposedly an offering to Athena, it was built by the master carpenter Epeius
    $1600 21
To suffer hardship; many are said to do it in prison
    $2000 11
Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show's "Carry Me, Carrie" & "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" were penned by this poet & author
    $2000 25
This river named for a state rises in the Sawatch Range of the Rockies & flows 1,460 miles southeast to the Mississippi River
    DD: $2,000 5
In "Gulliver's Travels" a race of talking horses called Houyhnhnms have enslaved humanlike beings called these
    $2000 17
In a 12th century French beast epic, Bruin the bear was outfoxed by this fox
    $2000 22
It's the word for the type of musician seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nate Charlie Pidge
$8,800 $7,800 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

One of his addresses used the term "security shield" about international affairs as well as "golden years"

Final scores:

Nate Charlie Pidge
$17,598 $11,800 $17,601
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nate Charlie Pidge
$11,800 $9,200 $11,000
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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