Show #7387 - Tuesday, October 25, 2016


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Joel Goldes, a dialect coach from Oak Park, California

Yoey Sacks, a store planner from New York, New York

Lani Gonzalez, a managing director of an art bazaar from Austin, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $35,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
    $200 1
A woman seeks to solve her parents' murder in "The Hunt for" this, also the mythical home of Kubla Khan
    $200 30
Kate Upton revealed she suffered frostbite after posing in Antarctica for this magazine's 2013 swimsuit issue
    $200 13
Actress Graham or Locklear
    $200 21
The OED calls this type of bar a "disreputable place of resort"
    $200 29
J.T. & this late night host cover everything from the Sugarhill Gang to Kendrick Lamar in "The History Of Rap"
    $400 3
    $400 25
Frederick Forsyth wrote "The Day of" this beastly assassin trying to take out Charles de Gaulle
    $400 9
SA for short, in 1950 it published an article by Albert Einstein "On the Generalized Theory of Gravitation"
    $400 27
It regulates the light entering the eye
    $400 20
Russian equivalent of G.I. Joe
    $400 28
This "fashionable" hit helped make Justin's album "The 20/20 Experience" one of the biggest sellers of 2013
    $600 6
South Dakota
    $600 26
In this 1977 Robin Cook thriller with a 4-letter title, patients in surgery fail to awaken & then are used as organ donors
    DD: $1,000 10
We're excited to tell you that this magazine focusing on technology & innovation coined the term "crowdsourcing"
    $600 16
Got up from a chair
    $600 19
Late at night while you're sleeping, Toxicodendron radicans, this, comes around
    $600 22
Justin says this man with a similar name who co-produced "FutureSex/LoveSounds" is like a brother to him
    $800 5
The Dominican Republic
    $800 8
"Postmortem" from 1990 was Patricia Cornwell's first mystery featuring this female medical examiner
    $800 11
Launched in 1987, Cooking Light grew out of a column in this magazine that celebrates the best of Dixie
    $800 14
The Red Sox' David Ortiz is nicknamed "Big" this
    $800 18
As a verb, it means to live together closely, like bees
    $800 23
Justin plays Napster founder Sean Parker in this movie about a start-up
    $1000 4
    $1000 7
2015's "The Nature of the Beast" is one of the Armand Gamache mysteries by this author with a coinage name
    $1000 12
This French satirical magazine got its name in part from a "Peanuts" character
    $1000 15
2 words:
A foppish king of the beasts
    $1000 17
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species banned this trade in 1989
    $1000 24
In 2016 this feel-good dance tune from the movie "Trolls" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100

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

Lani Yoey Joel
$5,400 $2,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lani Yoey Joel
$8,200 $4,400 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 27
Big boo-boo in Genesis 25 as this man "sold his birthright unto Jacob", his twin brother
    $400 20
In 1883 Melvil Dewey took this job at Columbia College
    $400 7
At a Greensboro lunch counter in 1960, 4 students began this hyphenated type of protest & it lasted for 6 months
    $400 12
Peptic ones can be duodenal or gastric
    $400 1
With co-writer Sylvester Stallone, this musical got in the ring & hit the Great White Way in 2014
    $400 19
This term for a personal driver originally meant someone who stoked a steam engine
    DD: $800 26
The heat is on Abednego & his friends when they show up in this book
    $800 21
A N.Y. prosecutor before he was a 2-time presidential nominee, he won convictions in 72 of 73 racketeering cases
    $800 8
In 1524 this Italian made it to the mouth of the Cape Fear River; there was no bridge named for him there, though
    $800 13
Relax, it's just dyspepsia--this common 2-word ailment of the abdomen
    $800 2
Sammy Hagar & Kenny Loggins kicked off their Sunday shoes as Tony nominees for composing this musical
    $800 18
Originally it was a place where rain fell from a roof; now it means to listen unseen to a conversation
    $1200 28
This kinswoman to the Virgin Mary & mother of John the Baptist is mentioned only in Luke
    $1200 22
On a 1954 show on WHBQ Memphis, star DJ Dewey Phillips played an advance copy of this man's "That's All Right" 30 times
    $1200 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Wright Brothers Nat'l Memorial in North Carolina.) In 1902, the Wright Brothers made over 1,000 glider flights from the slopes of this 90-foot hill that was then a massive sand dune
    $1200 14
Yep, it's sinusitis, an infection of this lofty tract
    $1200 4
A Monty Python film did succeed on Broadway as this 2005 musical
    $1200 3
The name of this small magnifying glass used by jewelers is from a French term for a flawed gem
    $1600 29
Goliath makes his presence known in the first book of this man
    $1600 23
You may ring in when ready & name this May 1, 1898 battle that made Admiral George Dewey a national hero
    $1600 15
North Carolina's second-oldest town was named "New" this by Swiss settlers; a capital idea!
    $1600 16
Worked with nuclear fuel & now have liver problems? Could be this type of poisoning
    DD: $6,400 5
Songs from this musical based on a 1968 film included "Haben Sie Gehoert Das Deutsche Band?" & "Where Did We Go Right?"
    $1600 10
From the German, it's pleasure at someone's misfortune, combining words meaning "harm" & "joy"
    $2000 30
The Book of John is where you'll find this Pharisee's discourse with Jesus
    $2000 24
John Dewey helped found this philosophical "ism" that stresses practical consequences
    $2000 25
In 1776 this N.C. tribe supported the British & led by Chief Dragging Canoe attacked the colonists
    $2000 17
Swollen, painful big toe--sounds like gout, caused by elevated blood levels of this acid
    $2000 6
With songs like "Saving All My Love", this musical about a singer & an ex-Secret Service agent ran for 2 years in London
    $2000 11
The name of this Greek goddess of vengeance is now used to mean an unbeatable rival

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lani Yoey Joel
$15,000 $2,400 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Centre for European Reform is one of the sources credited with coining this new 6-letter portmanteau word

Final scores:

Lani Yoey Joel
$15,000 $4,800 $1
3-day champion: $50,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lani Yoey Joel
$15,400 $8,800 $7,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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