Show #7424 - Thursday, December 15, 2016

Cindy Stowell game 3.


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Sara Quashnie, a library science graduate student from Livonia, Michigan

Chelsea Cohen, a production editor from Astoria, New York

Cindy Stowell, a science content developer from Austin, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
Bream means to clean the bottom of the bottom of one of these by burning & scraping to get rid of seaweed, barnacles, etc.
    $200 3
For 1994:
"Can You Feel The Love Tonight"? Elton John & Tim Rice could
    $200 18
He's been a provocative figure on U.S. airwaves for decades
    $200 2
Jim Bowie & William Travis passed into history at this location on March 6, 1836
    $200 14
Different regions get different magazines from this club, AAA for short; Via & Westways are 2 of its publications
    $200 30
Shake your tail feather & name this bird--though, to be honest, its bright feathers grow from its back, not its tail
    $400 11
Carceral means of or relating to this place where you don't want to end up
    $400 4
For 1995:
Mel Gibson--they may take our lives... but they'll never take... Mel's directing Oscar!
    $400 19
Freshman rush at college doesn't refer to football but recruitment into these
    $400 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from George Ranch Historical Park.) The ranching heritage of old Texas is on view at George Ranch Historical Park, just 30 miles from the bustle of this biggest city in the state
    $400 15
Passengers in the Northeast Corridor of this train service can arrive at their stations reading its Arrive magazine
    $400 29
Its tail can support the entire body weight of the red type of this marsupial when it lifts its hind legs to kick
    $600 12
A natatorium is an indoor one of these
    $600 5
For 2009:
Mo'Nique, in a film based on a novel by a writer
    $600 20
Rushes, aka this "timely" term, referred to the latest printed footage from a film set
    $600 8
This U.S. president received his college degree from Southwest Texas State Teachers College
    $600 23
Latitudes is the magazine of this cruise line, NCL for short
    $600 28
Seen here is the tail this rodent uses to help prop itself up on its hind legs & to steer as it swims
    $800 13
Nephrolithotomy is the medical term for the surgical removal of one of these
    $800 6
For 2011:
Man of few words Jean Dujardin
    $800 21
Mining cos. are rushing to MOMA--not an art museum but a Mozambique mine for this silvery metal used in planes
    $800 9
An 860-pound statue of one of these speedy birds welcomes you to Fort Stockton, Texas
    DD: $1,500 24
British Airways' in-flight magazine has this name, like a Miller beer brand
    $800 27
The size of a large turkey, this extinct bird from Mauritius had a tuftlike tail with curly feathers
    $1000 17
In ancient Greece a hoplite was one of these
    $1000 7
For 1996:
I reckon that writer fella Billy Bob Thornton won, mm hm
    $1000 22
Geoffrey Rush played tormented pianist David Helfgott in this 1996 film
    $1000 16
In 1866 Lyne T. Barret began operating the first producing one of these in the state; a lot more would follow
    $1000 25
United Airlines has both the Eastern & Western halves of the globe covered with this on-board magazine that has a plural title
    $1000 26
The rufus species of Lynx, it's named for its short tail

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

Cindy! Chelsea Sara
$600 $1,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Chelsea Sara
$2,900 $1,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And each of those words will begin with the letter L.)
    $400 3
The Arctic Ocean region births up to 50,000 of these a year & some can drift south into transatlantic shipping lanes
    $400 2
After their marriage in 1469, they became known as Los Reyes Catolicos, or "The Catholic Monarchs"
    $400 26
2016 was the 25th anniversary of this festival founded by Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction, who were on the bill
    $400 1
This gate fastener consists of a bar that fits into a notch
    $400 21
This "Big Poppa" rapper was killed on March 9, 1997 as he left a music industry party in Los Angeles
    $400 5
The islands of Luggnagg & Glubbdubdrib are visited in this 1726 satiric adventure
    $800 17
The town of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia plays hosts to many tide tourists visiting this nearby bay
    $800 4
Held hostage by Denmark, Gustav I Vasa escaped & raised a peasant army to win this nation's freedom & become king in 1523
    $800 13
A bedsheet or tablecloth
    $800 22
This L.A. lawyer gained notoriety at a murder trial for saying, "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit"
    DD: $2,000 6
The title of this 9th century Arabic tale tells us it spanned about 2 3/4 years
    $1200 18
The longitude meridian at 147° east, near Tasmania, separates these 2 oceans, actually part of one global ocean
    $1200 10
On April 30, 2009 this Dutch queen escaped an assassination attempt by a crazed motorist at a royal parade
    $1200 14
It's a long rope used to catch horses & cattle
    $1200 23
Western movie stars Tom Mix & William S. Hart were at the funeral of this lawman who died in L.A. age 80 in 1929
    $1200 7
"Therese Raquin" is a tale of murder by this man who some believe was later murdered over his Dreyfus Affair letter
    $1600 19
Despite its wet name, Ocean City in this state's Cape May county is dry regarding alcohol
    DD: $1,000 11
The May 12, 1937 coronation of this British king was on the date originally set for his brother
    $1600 15
The name of this grated potato pancake is related to the Greek eladion, or "little oily thing"
    $1600 24
Elizabeth Short, known by this flowery name, was the victim in an L.A. murder case officially unsolved after 69 years
    $1600 8
Josef K. is busted without cause right from the start in this Kafka story, & things only get worse
    $2000 20
Hurricanes originate in this region of the world's oceans near the equator marked by calm, light winds
    $2000 12
Napoleon's youngest sister Caroline married Joachim Murat & became queen of this city-state in southern Italy
    $2000 27
Sounding like an Australian show but in Manchester, Tenn., this festival had Pearl Jam, LCD Soundsystem & Tame Impala
    $2000 16
This adjective means supple or marked by effortless grace such as the motions of a ballet dancer
    $2000 25
L.A. Times reporter Ruben Salazar was killed during a 1970 protest by this community, a term for Mexican Americans
    $2000 9
Men are just beasts--or is that beasts are just men?--in this 1896 H.G. Wells tale about the world's worst vet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Chelsea Sara
$5,300 $9,600 $11,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2010, in its fourth season, this TV show shifted its primary setting to 6th Avenue, 2 blocks west

Final scores:

Cindy! Chelsea Sara
$8,600 $7,100 $3,999
3-day champion: $39,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cindy! Chelsea Sara
$6,800 $10,200 $13,600
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2016-08-31
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