Show #7441 - Monday, January 9, 2017


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Jack Paleczny, a law student from Chicago, Illinois

Blair Moorhead, a social worker from Arlington, Virginia

Joe Bartolomeo, a professor and associate dean from Florence, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Mary Goddard of Baltimore was the first to print this document & include most of the signers' names
    $200 21
A Thomas Harris novel ends, "Clarice Starling ...sleeps deeply, sweetly, in" this title
    $200 16
A short, comical theatrical sketch
    $200 6
At Courchevel, you land downhill & take off uphill for your trip to ski the nearby French these mountains
    $200 10
Hey, Harley! In California 92 decibels is the limit for any of this type of transport made before 1970
    $200 26
On this '80s sitcom Alex P. Keaton's sister Mallory was played by Justine Bateman
    $400 2
In 1782 Betty Zane retrieved a cache of this explosive mixture & returned with it to save Fort Henry from a British siege
    $400 22
This Dennis knows menace-- he wrote "Shutter Island" & "Mystic River"
    $400 17
4 stages of life were summed up in The Godfathers' song this, "School, Work, Death"
    $400 7
Better watch your slice at the 18-hole golf course between two runways at Don Mueang International, serving this Thai capital
    $400 12
Nose bands didn't help Jenny Chapman, whose 111.6db this made her hubby very sad at night...& maybe the neighbors, too
    $400 27
Jason Bateman played Michael, the only responsible member of the Bluth family, on this beloved sitcom
    $600 3
In 1776, she wrote to her husband that if attention wasn't paid to women's rights, too, they'd start their own rebellion
    $600 23
The original Swedish title of this book, the first of a trilogy, was "Men Who Hate Women"
    $600 18
I like the cut of your triangular sail known as this
    $600 8
To accommodate big jets, a girder bridge helped extend the runway 4,000 feet at Madeira International on an island of this nation
    $600 13
On Oct. 14, 1947 a Bell X-1 rocket plane created this 2-word event for the first time
    $600 28
Christian Bale played Patrick Bateman, Wall Street hotshot 7 serial killer, in this film
    $800 4
Ann Bates spied for the British & Lydia Darragh spied for the colonists in this city that was also Betsy Ross' home
    $800 24
A beautiful spy named Tatiana Romanova is part of a trap to destroy 007 in this classic
    $800 19
Absolution given by a priest; when preceded by "short", it means scant attention or quick work
    $800 9
The runway is a little funky at Gustaf III Airport on this saintly Caribbean island
    $800 14
In 2013 the 12th man helped CenturyLink Field hit 137.6 decibels in this city; eardrums start to rupture at 150
    $1000 5
In April 1777 Sybil Ludington pulled a Paul Revere-style all-night ride to tell of a British attack on Danbury in this state
    DD: $1,000 25
This legal thriller gets is name from attorney Mickey Haller's habit of working out of his town car
    $1000 20
This 4-letter word meaning to cheat is what con men are said to do to widows & orphans
    $1000 11
A bit longer than an aircraft carrier, 1,300 feet of runway awaits you on Saba, formerly in this nation's Antilles
    $1000 15
The 1883 explosion of this Indonesian volcano was heard 2,200 miles away

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

Joe Blair Jack
$3,200 $1,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Blair Jack
$3,600 $2,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
In 2007 he said that "Sweet Caroline" was inspired by a photo of a young Caroline Kennedy
    $400 11
Heartburn is also called acid this
    $400 17
This peaceful word is also a lack of wind, making sailors feel unpeaceful
    $400 1
It's the football-mad seat of Brown County, Wisconsin
    $400 12
In 2016 Governor John Bel Edwards said the media under-covered the disastrous flooding in this state
    $400 26
Traditionally cooked in a clay pot, feijoada is a hearty stew of these black legumes along with pork & beef
    $800 7
"Bessie (With The Laughing Face)" was rewritten as "Nancy (With The Laughing Face)" for the daughter of this crooner
    $800 13
Tuberculosis was once known as this because of the way it ate away at the patient
    $800 22
Be in this eased state, also the name of a famous lake in New York
    $800 2
This southwestern Swiss city is divided into 2 sections by the Rhone River
    $800 18
In September 2015 this ex-Texas gov. dropped out of the presidential race; in September 2016 he joined "Dancing with the Stars"
    $800 27
Drumstick-shaped coxinha, made of this meat in deep-fried dough, are often sold by street vendors
    $1200 8
Paul McCartney wrote "Hey Jude" to comfort this child whose parents were then divorcing
    $1200 14
(Sarah shows an anatomical illustration on the monitor.) In people younger than 50, a gray or white ring around the iris of the eye caused by deposits of lipids can be a sign of high cholesterol & these, named for their three molecules of fatty acids
    $1200 23
Often found after "wedded", it's etymologically related to "blithe"
    $1200 3
This Flemish city dates back to the 7th century when 2 monasteries were built on the site
    $1200 19
Last name of Chicago's longest-serving & second-longest-serving mayors
    $1200 28
Cachaca, often called "Brazilian rum", is made from this grass
    $1600 9
He wrote "Cry Me A River" about Britney Spears, whose song "Everytime" is a reply to him
    $1600 15
This circular structure in the ear contains tiny hairs called cilia; if the cilia are inefficient, it can cause tinnitus
    $1600 24
The spaceship on "Firefly", or a state of peace
    DD: $2,000 4
The main campus of Cairo University is located in this suburb
    $1600 20
By June 4, 1968 this senator from New York had won 5 out of 6 presidential primaries
    $1600 29
Pao de queijo, or cheese puffs, are a popular accompaniment to meals made from Parmesan cheese & this cassava flour
    $2000 10
Stephen Tyler went gaga for a beautiful blonde, who turned out to be Vince Neil of Motley Crue; thus this song was born
    $2000 16
A keloid, a raised scar resulting from an abnormal healing response, is caused by an excess buildup of this protein
    DD: $2,000 25
When the Eagle landed in 1969, this 11-letter word of peace was mentioned
    $2000 5
This Colorado city was founded in 1870 & named for the New York Tribune editor who supported the settlers
    $2000 21
In 1940 & '41 Senator Gerald P. Nye was a main spokesman of this committee for keeping the U.S. out of war
    $2000 30
Large chunks of barbecued meat kabobbed on skewers, or sometimes impaled on swords

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Blair Jack
$8,800 $10,600 $17,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not politicians.)
Calling him a red-headed madman, in 1889 a group of his neighbors signed a petition to ban him from his home in Arles, France

Final scores:

Joe Blair Jack
$16,800 $17,402 $13,400
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $17,402 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Blair Jack
$9,800 $10,600 $17,000
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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Game tape date: 2016-09-21
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