Show #7427 - Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Cindy Stowell game 6.

WE ASKED: Ana Navarro.


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Colleen Cooper, a writer from Van Nuys, California

Julia Kite, a policy and research director from New York, New York

Cindy Stowell, a science content developer from Austin, Texas (whose 5-day cash winnings total $80,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
From 1954 to 2003 Strom Thurmond served this state in the U.S. Senate
    $200 1
Mike Tyson, claiming he was fouled before biting off part of this boxer's ear: "I have to retaliate"; not like that, Mike!
    $200 2
Western screech,
    $200 9
Yeats called Rupert Brooke "the handsomest man in England"; sadly, the foxy poet died young in this 20th century conflict
    $200 13
I'm versed in this public speaking skill & find that standing at a lectern works best
    $200 7
Just before July 4, 2016, Jason Galvin freed one of these American symbols stuck high in a tree
    $400 21
(I'm Senator Al Franken.) As a U.S. senator discussing such issues as farm policy & jobs training, I've visited all 87 counties, from Lake County in the northeast to Rock County in the southwest, in this, my home state
    $400 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates.) In football, this is the signal for a false start; in basketball, it's the signal for this violation
    $400 3
    $400 10
Sorry, Hef--a bio of debonair Porfirio Rubirosa, linked to half the starlets of the '50s, is titled "The Last" this
    $400 14
I wouldn't mind sitting like other members of this group, but I guess nobody made me take up the xylophone
    $400 8
A boy who survived a tsunami wearing the jersey of this national team was helped by Cristiano Ronaldo & is now a young soccer star
    $600 22
Prior to becoming governor of New Jersey in 2010, this Republican served as a United States attorney
    $600 18
Etiquette from a leading association for this activity includes "never" do it "in street shoes"
    DD: $800 4
    $600 11
Next time you dream of Manderley, dream of this dreamy author of "Rebecca"
    $600 15
Defending my client, I stand in court & shout this word to let the judge know I disapprove, procedurally
    $800 24
(I'm political commentator Ana Navarro.) In 1999 I served as the first director of immigration policy for this governor of Florida
    $800 19
In the NHL this penalty isn't for using a credit card, it's called on a player "who skates or jumps into... an opponent"
    $800 5
    $800 12
A Venetian visitor described this 16th century king of England as "the handsomest potentate I ever set eyes on"
    $800 27
As part of this type of training with my unruly whippet, I have to stand & call his name over & over
    $1000 23
This long-serving Alaska senator survived a 1978 plane crash that killed his wife, but a 2010 crash would prove fatal for him
    $1000 20
Zinedine Zidane headbutted his way out of the 2006 World Cup as this country of his fell to Italy
    $1000 6
Andean condor,
    $1000 25
She was Miss Teen Ohio & Miss Ohio USA before winning an Oscar for "Monster's Ball"
    $1000 26
Life in the cult is tough at first--they make us stand during this 11-letter introductory part

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

Cindy! Julia Colleen
$1,400 $3,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Julia Colleen
$5,200 $5,800 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the musical artist that Johnny is quoting in his inimitable style.)
    $400 14
A little glasnost of champagne with the Reagans was the order of the day for this leader in December 1987
    $400 24
To leave your waiter 45% instead of 15%
    $400 4
If an 1860s New Yorker was told, "The boss wants to see you", it might be this "Boss" in his mansion at 5th Ave. & 43rd St.
    $400 5
This Caribbean nation is divided into 14 parishes, including Saint James & Kingston
    $400 1
James Whitcomb Riley wrote a poem about this "Little Orphant" girl; Harold Gray later created a comic strip about her
    $400 19
"Hello from the other side. I must have called a thousand times, to tell you I'm sorry"
    $800 15
Guest chef Rick Bayless fed Mexico's president beef in this black Oaxacan sauce
    $800 28
Some play ball with reckless this, which can also mean "to forsake"
    $800 10
Until it was dissolved & absorbed by Napoleon in 1806, Francis II led this 1,000-year-old empire
    $800 6
Naturally, magnolia trees surround the 1903 state capitol building in this city
    $800 2
This 3-named American's "Psalm of Life" says, "Art is long, and time is fleeting"
    $800 20
"G's to the bizzack, now ladies here we gizzo, when the pimp's in the crib Ma, drop it like it's hot, drop it like it's hot"
    $1200 16
To honor this newly elected world leader, the White House served a variation of poutine at a 2016 state dinner
    $1200 27
To free from ambiguity is this "C" verb, you "C" what I mean?
    $1200 11
This Scottish hero was defeated by Edward I at the 1298 Battle of Falkirk
    $1200 7
Ujung Kulon National Park on this Indonesian island is home to an endangered species of rhinoceros
    $1200 3
The stories he told to Peter & Michael Davies in Kensington Gardens were first published as "The Little White Bird"
    $1200 21
"Haters gonna hate, hate, hate... baby I'm just gonna shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, I shake it off"
    $1600 17
In 2015 Japan's prime minister was served toro tartare made from the belly of this animal
    $1600 26
To walk or strut with defiance, man that guy's got some serious...
    $1600 12
This infamous quartet implemented Mao Zedong's harsh policies during the Cultural Revolution
    $1600 8
Sir Walter Raleigh was once governor of this largest of the Channel Islands
    DD: $1,600 29
In 1964 the Supreme Court said a 30-year-old novel by this Brooklyn guy was not obscene
    $1600 22
"1, 2, 3, they gonna run back to me, they always wanna come, but they never want to leave, ex's & the oh, oh, oh's"
    DD: $2,000 18
Ulysses Grant's dinner for King Kalakaua of these islands (including Hawaii) likely didn't include the food of that name
    $2000 25
What a sad dog may do; T.S. Eliot made it the opposite of a bang
    $2000 13
In 1950 this Israeli parliament passed the Law of Return, allowing Jews to go to Israel & get immediate citizenship
    $2000 9
Cret de la Neige is the highest peak in this range that straddles the border between Switzerland & France
    $2000 23
"I took a pill in Ibiza to show Avicii I was cool and when I finally got sober, felt 10 years older"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy! Julia Colleen
$13,600 $23,800 $2,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

If this U.S. state was a country, it would have been in the top 10 in gold medals with 14--9 of them by 1 man & 1 woman

Final scores:

Cindy! Julia Colleen
$23,801 $18,800 $1
6-day champion: $103,803 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cindy! Julia Colleen
$13,600 $23,600 $2,600
15 R,
0 W
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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