Show #7391 - Monday, October 31, 2016


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Thea Lawton, a nonprofit resource development specialist from Anchorage, Alaska

Jon Frank, a director of marketing and corporate relationships from Washington, D.C.

Julia Lee, a pharmacy student from San Bruno, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE '50s
    $200 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm going to get deep dish at Gino's East, just off of Michigan Avenue & Superior Street, opened in 1966 by two cab drivers & a pal who were frustrated by rush hour traffic in this city
    $200 12
For your lid you can get a V-22 Osprey hat or a 787-8 Dreamliner cap from this aviation company
    $200 3
A record of past performance; some people start over with a clean one
    $200 1
Cha-Cha challenging:
    $200 16
Janet Napolitano, its third secretary, was into safety first
    $400 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, part of this region named for the base material of semiconductors
    $400 13
Since 1937 Ray-Ban has been making these accessories that sound like they were custom made for piloting
    DD: $1,000 4
The object of a pursuit, such as a hunted animal
    $400 2
The one where an angry Teresa literally turned the tables on a cast mate:
    $400 17
Under Bill Clinton, Robert Reich was always working
    $400 24
Gino Cimoli became the first Major League batter on the West Coast when these 2 teams squared off on April 15, 1958
    $600 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm on the 350-acre campus of NASA Glenn Research Center, located in this home state of NASA hero John Glenn
    $600 14
To take on the Red Baron, Snoopy dons one of these, presumably silk
    $600 5
In earlier days, this Pro-Am golf tournament on California's Monterey Peninsula was called the Crosby Clambake
    $600 9
It follows a Louisiana bayou family:
    $600 18
Henry Paulson, who got very busy in a hurry at one point
    $800 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm on historic Boathouse Row along this river that flows into the Delaware; if you're not from here in Philadelphia, we'll give you some leeway in your pronunciation
    $800 15
A pilot's brevet, a badge pinned to his shirt, is often in the form of these
    $800 6
Rocky adjective for a harsh, raspy voice
    $800 10
A paranormal series on Syfy:
    $800 19
Henry Stimson, shortly before it ceased to exist in 1947
    $800 28
The size of a beach ball, it was launched from Kazakhstan Oct. 4, 1957
    $1000 22
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm at the USA's oldest public building, the Palace of the Governors, in this city founded in 1610, the oldest city that serves as a state capital
    $1000 23
You can buy short-sleeved white pilot shirts with shoulder straps to hold these shoulder adornments
    $1000 7
This cake's mottled or streaked look is achieved by alternating vanilla & chocolate batters
    $1000 11
About the Roloffs including Matt, Amy & Zach, who each have a type of dwarfism:
    $1000 26
In the '80s, James G. Watt, who had no problem with coal mining
    $1000 27
In 1951 he joined Francis Crick at a British lab to work on DNA structure

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

Julia Jon Thea
$3,400 $800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Jon Thea
$5,000 $800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 50s
    $400 8
At Disneyland you can watch the Headless Horseman ride down this central road
    $400 5
There are 650 members of this elected body, but only seats for 427 inside
    $400 9
Disappointing but true, these flowers don't breathe fire
    $400 1
The skin that unites the digits of a duck's foot
    $400 28
The only complete novel by this American master of the macabre is "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym"
    $800 14
"I got a rock" was Charlie Brown's lament in the 1966 TV special about this "Great" imaginary being
    $800 6
Per the OED this 5-letter adjective for "cheerful" is also an "admiring intensive"; Brits put it before "good"
    DD: $2,000 10
This flower shares its name with a character in "Peter Pan"
    $800 2
Floating down a river on the inner part of a tire
    $800 17
Therese Anne Fowler's "Z" is a novel of this Jazz Age woman & the glittering life she led with her author husband
    $800 23
Popular name for the U.S. Air Force test center near Groom Lake, Nevada, famous for its supposed UFOs & aliens
    $1200 15
Because it's Halloween, Elliott dresses up E.T. like one of these so he won't be recognized
    $1200 7
Hyphenated last name shared by a British poet laureate & his son, who won an Oscar in 2008
    $1200 11
You are barking up this tree, whose small flowers are seen here
    $1200 3
Receiving a good one of these means being jested with, not poked in the side
    $1200 18
This Steinbeck novel with a biblical theme was first called "Salinas Valley"; that's where it takes place
    $1200 25
53 was the racing number of this Disney movie automobile with a mind of its own
    $1600 16
This Warren Zevon tune about shapeshifters in England is a staple on radio stations in October
    DD: $4,000 13
The II king of this name quarreled with Thomas a Becket & fathered 2 kings
    $1600 12
Equisetum is the genus of the flowerless perennial called giant this for its brushy look
    $1600 4
Greyhound bus lines, Roger Maris & Bob Dylan all got their start in this Minnesota city
    $1600 19
"Anne of the Island" from 1915 was the third novel by this author to feature young Anne Shirley
    $1600 27
52 is the code for international phone calls to this country; follow it with 444 if you're calling San Luis Potosi
    $2000 20
"Halloween III" was subtitled this, just like the title of a Donovan song
    $2000 26
These 2 words follow "New" in the name of Oliver Cromwell's force that defeated the Royalists in the English Civil War
    $2000 21
This tree is so named for the challenge its prickly leaves would pose to certain simian climbers
    $2000 24
It's the State University of New York campus that fits the category
    $2000 22
In addition to Tarzan, Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote about dinosaurs in the pulp novel "The Land that" this happened to
    $2000 29
Remember the alternate title of "Feelin' Groovy" & give us this alternate name of NYC's Queensboro Bridge

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Jon Thea
$11,000 -$400 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2005 Steve Jobs used "It's sort of like TiVo for radio" to describe this new form

Final scores:

Julia Jon Thea
$4,399 -$400 $24,400
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julia Jon Thea
$11,000 -$400 $17,000
18 R,
0 W
6 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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