Show #7432 - Tuesday, December 27, 2016


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Hallie Boston, a content manager from Dorchester, Massachusetts

Colin Utley, an operations and logistics manager from New Orleans, Louisiana

Stephanie Schlatter, a stay-at-home parent from Toledo, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1700s
    $200 6
Wiggly dessert for Desdemona's jealous husband
    $200 26
Whether from Wichita or not, it's a railroad worker who repairs the metal train tracks
    $200 20
Come on over, we're cooking outside on this type of charcoal brazier seen here
    $200 11
Figs come in a variety of skin colors including black, purple, brown & this one that sounds immature
    $200 25
In 1787 the first ships bearing these people, more than 700, were sent to Australia
    $200 1
"Only Girl (In The World)"
    $400 7
A hurrah for a title monarch with offspring trouble
    $400 27
One single rolling railroad freight unit; 2 of them are a roll of 12 in dice
    $400 19
Lip syncing is the opposite of this, singing along to music with the vocals stripped out
    $400 12
This cookie was once advertised with a song that said, "Is it good? Darn tootin'! Doin' the big" this cookie
    $400 24
Found guilty of piracy and murder, this captain was hanged in 1701
    $400 2
The album "Sticky Fingers"
    $600 8
A dressing gown for the theatre Shakespeare helped build in 1599
    $600 28
In the 19th century it was a railroad laborer who fed the furnace on a coal-fired train
    $600 16
From the Japanese for "endure" comes this word for a mercenary highly trained in martial arts & stealth
    $600 13
Wasp species specific to different types of figs perform this reproductive function for them
    $600 21
In 1793 George Washington laid the cornerstone for the U.S. Capitol dressed in his regalia from this secret society
    $600 3
"Scar Tissue"
    $800 9
A loafer worn by title character Kate
    $800 29
AKA a turnout, it's a short piece of track for bypassing or unloading
    $800 17
This Japanese pinball game has an onomatopoetic name
    $800 14
Some Roman historians wrote that wife Livia killed this first emperor with poisoned figs
    DD: $1,000 22
Reigning from 1701 to 1713, Frederick I was this kingdom's first king; his grandson was a "great" one
    $800 4
The album "In Rainbows"
    $1000 10
A special hat for reading one of the 154 of a certain type of work that Shakespeare penned
    $1000 30
A "tank town" was a spot on a railroad route often stopped in only to do this
    $1000 18
This fungus is often used in Asian cookery
    $1000 15
How about a nice pizza with fig & this Parma ham?
    $1000 23
Siraj al-Dawlah, Nawab of Bengal, has been blamed for the 1756 stuffy space known as this
    $1000 5
"Love Is The Drug"

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

Stephanie Colin Hallie
$4,000 -$400 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Colin Hallie
$3,800 -$600 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, we bid...)
    $400 5
This character first donned a goalie mask in "Friday the 13th Part 3"
    $400 26
The first of the 3 little pigs built his house of this material
    $400 29
For his statue of Balzac, he contacted Balzac's former tailor to get exact measurements
    $400 28
The Tycho Brahe planetarium opened in this capital in 1989
    $400 1
In October 2015 this 45-year-old became the youngest Speaker of the House in over 140 years
    $800 7
On Oct. 9, 1986 in London Michael Crawford first donned the mask to play this role
    $800 20
Before this element can be used in a fission reactor, it has to be enriched to increase the level of its 235 isotope
    $800 13
Disseminate, or strew seeds on the ground for growing
    $800 25
Myron's most famous bronze was made around 425 B.C. & depicts an Olympic athlete throwing this object
    $800 27
Malmo in the south of this country was once known as Malmhaug, or "sandpile"
    $800 2
In 2016 Orrin Hatch pushed legislation combating opioid abuse, saying "My home state of" this "has been... hard hit"
    $1200 11
This masked man first "led the fight for law and order in the early Western United States" in 1933 on WXYZ in Detroit
    $1200 17
eV for short, this unit of energy used in nuclear physics is so small, a trillion of them equals the motion of a mosquito
    $1200 6
At a circus this small exhibition is sometimes offered in addition to the main attraction
    $1200 22
The Louvre has a sculpture of this winged goddess that was found on Samothrace & probably honors a sea battle
    DD: $2,000 14
The Norwegian Olympic Museum is in this small town
    $1200 3
"We are actually governing", said Rep. Renee Ellmers about the "Doc Fix" bill that raises reimbursements under this program
    $1600 12
V, the freedom fighter in "V for Vendetta", wears a white plastic mask said to represent this historical conspirator
    $1600 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Geneva, Switzerland.) The "L" in LHC means large-- 17 miles in circumference; "H" is for hadrons, the particles being accelerated, and "C" refers to this, what happens when the particles moving in different directions meet
    $1600 8
This old radio character knew "what evil lurks in the hearts of men"
    $1600 23
This British sculptor said, "The first hole made through a piece of stone is a revelation"
    $1600 15
Each August productions of "Hamlet" take place on Kronborg Castle in this Danish town
    $1600 4
Having "fought" for California in the Senate since 1993, she decided to bid a fond farewell to Congress in 2017
    DD: $2,000 21
When this villain was introduced in a 1948 issue of Detective Comics, he was nicknamed "The Prince of Puzzles"
    $2000 19
A 9-letter process or type of coil that produces high-voltage current from low-voltage
    $2000 9
This flat-bottomed boat has square ends & transports all types of freight, including garbage
    $2000 24
The Lincoln statue seen here is by this saintly sculptor, also known for his designs of the $10 & $20 gold coins
    $2000 16
Whale & reindeer are on the menu in Longyearbyen, capital of this Norwegian island group also known as Spitsbergen
    $2000 10
Chief Deputy Whip in the 114th, this representative from Florida lost a Democratic Party leadership post in July 2016

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Colin Hallie
$9,800 $6,600 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Made from a boiler at a Mobile, Alabama machine shop, it was deemed a success though it went down off Charleston 3 times

Final scores:

Stephanie Colin Hallie
$5,601 $2 $5,399
2-day champion: $18,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephanie Colin Hallie
$9,000 $7,600 $7,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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