Show #7413 - Wednesday, November 30, 2016


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Vicki Kelly, a biologist from Newark, Delaware

Michael Malyszko, a commercial photographer from Boston, Massachusetts

Justin Bender, a technical engineer from Boulder, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $40,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And because of that, I owe my soul to...)
    $200 1
Ben Kingsley voiced a protective panther in this movie, just as Rudyard Kipling must have imagined
    $200 29
Some of these in Seattle weigh 16-tons, less than half the heft of the one named Desire in New Orleans
    $200 6
A bite-size piece of McChicken
    $200 11
One more patent... on April 12, 1892 he received his 717th, for an ore-screening apparatus
    $200 20
You know the tea at the Teavana at the mall is good, as the company was acquired by this hot drinks behemoth in 2012
    $400 2
She credited her "American Horror Story" producer Ryan Murphy for her Best Actress in a Play win at the Tonys in 2016
    $400 28
The 16-ton statue seen here was created to honor the university of this state
    $400 7
"Dirty Daddy" is a book by this family man turned filthy comedian
    $400 12
One more homer... on Aug. 30, 1928 he took Sad Sam Jones deep for his 463rd
    $400 17
In June 2016 Congress passed a rescue bill for this island's $70 billion debt
    $400 21
This store has an online Angel Bra Guide that you can consult before visiting
    $600 3
The visual album "Endless" & the album "Blonde" were this singer/rapper's follow-up to "Channel Orange"
    $600 27
Terry Jones was crushed by a 16-ton weight in a comedy sketch from this British troupe
    $600 8
Rise to the occasion & say this informal word for an outfit or costume
    $600 13
One more march... on May 12, 1930 he conducted the public premiere of his "Royal Welch Fusiliers"
    $600 16
The OECD tracks countries' debt as a percentage of this 3-letter stat; in 2014 Japan's topped 240%
    $600 22
This auto supply store named for Manny, Moe & Jack has a proprietary brand called Definity
    $800 4
Kevin Hart said filmmakers put "a small black guy in a small white rabbit's body" in this 2016 animated movie
    $800 26
In 2015 Ukrainian activists got rid of a 16-ton statue of this Bolshevik Revolution leader
    $800 9
Do you recollect this plant, seen here?
    $800 14
On June 5, 1694 he could have celebrated (but probably didn't) his 18,650th day as France's king
    $800 18
This 1919 treaty imposed a stiff 132 billion marks in reparations on Germany, which paid off the debt in 2010
    $800 23
This hyphenated upscale store that's "inspiring cooks everywhere" sells All-Clad & its own line of bakeware
    $1000 5
After 14 years, Jamie & Adam decided they had nothing left to disprove & this Discovery show signed off in 2016
    $1000 25
The largest fish in the world, it's known to tip the scales at 16 tons
    DD: $1,000 10
A plain in northwest Tanzania
    $1000 15
Soon to give historic speeches, on June 10, 1931 this N.Y. gov. spoke to Vassar grads on how study is like boating
    $1000 19
Treasurer Robert Citron, whose name is also a fruit, went to jail for this Calif. county's 1994 bankruptcy
    $1000 24
"Hit fashion" offerings at this "scorching" clothier include cosplay, steampunk & goth

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

Justin Michael Vicki
$3,800 $1,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Michael Vicki
$7,400 $2,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 28
It grows on the snout of a rhino
    $400 26
On New York's state flag, 2 ships are sailing on this river
    $400 25
These Arctic animals may weigh less than 3 pounds at birth but later, around a ton
    $400 14
In Agatha Christie's "The Tuesday Club Murders", this detective & her friends gather to swap tales
    $400 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue from the Daytona International Speedway.) To protect them from fire and heat in case of an accident, all NASCAR drivers wear suits made of Nomex, a heat-resistant, flame-retardant fabric that's reinforced with this fiber that's five times stronger than steel and often used in bulletproof vests
    $400 29
When the canal opened in 1825, it was only 4 feet deep & ran 363 miles from Albany to this city on Lake Erie
    $800 21
4-letter verb meaning to become weary
    $800 20
This state's flag is the only one with different designs on each side; one features a yellow beaver
    $800 17
Many readers enjoyed "The Clan of" this bear that went extinct 10,000 years ago
    $800 15
Montresor seeks revenge on wine connoisseur Fortunato in his 1846 tale "The Cask of Amontillado"
    $800 4
After an eye injury in 1974, this legendary NBA center began wearing Plexiglas goggles
    $800 24
The $7 million cost of the canal was recouped in only 10 years largely through these, in place until 1882
    $1200 1
A quick race, or a punctuation mark
    DD: $2,400 2
This state's flag is the only one of the 50 to bear the word "republic"
    $1200 8
All this "deadly sin" bear wants for Christmas is its 2 upper front teeth, which it lacks
    $1200 11
"A Perfect Day for Bananafish" introduced his characters the Glass family
    $1200 5
Lee Trevino said if you're afraid of lightning, hold up this lowest-number club of its type--not even God can hit one
    DD: $3,000 23
With the success of the canal, in a few short years, NYC had replaced this city as the nation's no. 1 port
    $1600 12
An athlete who inspires his teammates; Draymond Green is said to be the Warriors'
    $1600 18
This sailing accessory can be found on the flags of both Rhode Island & Wisconsin
    $1600 9
We're an American bear! Ursus Americanus, we're comin' to your town, we're 600 pounds, we're an American bear!
    $1600 16
Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Celestial Railroad" is an allegory based on this John Bunyan work
    $1600 6
After cracking 3 ribs in 1978, QB Dan Pastorini became the first NFLer to don this 4-letter "jacket"
    $1600 22
In part, the canal snakes its way through the valley of this river named for a Native Amer. tribe that once lived there
    $2000 13
Your body, excluding the head & limbs; it's AKA the torso
    $2000 19
This state's flag was designed by Miss Willie Hocker of the D.A.R.'s Pine Bluff chapter
    $2000 10
The sun bear of this Thai peninsula is the smallest bear species, only 3 feet long
    $2000 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue.) An NHL goalie wears a catch glove on one hand and this on the other; it's also a term describing the job of an NFL offensive lineman
    $2000 27
New York governor from 1817 to 1823, this man with a familiar political last name led the effort to fund & build the canal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Michael Vicki
$17,800 $10,800 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She won a Comedy Grammy in the 1980s, a Supporting Actress Oscar in the 1990s & a Daytime Emmy in the 2000s

Final scores:

Justin Michael Vicki
$21,601 $7,599 $8,000
4-day champion: $62,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Justin Michael Vicki
$16,600 $9,000 $6,800
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
9 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2016-08-24
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