Show #7443 - Wednesday, January 11, 2017


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Alain Norman, a foreign service officer from Silver Spring, Maryland

Zoey Orol, an attorney from New York, New York

Colby Taylor, an assistant professor of psychology from Olive Branch, Mississippi (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response beginning with the letter L.)
    $200 4
Frances, daughter of this Nirvana lead singer, was an exec. prod. of the HBO documentary about him called "Montage of Heck"
    $200 5
Bridget Bishop was the first of 13 women, 7 men & 2 dogs put to death during the hysteria in this town in 1692
    $200 3
In 1927 Australia celebrated the transfer of its federal parliament from Melbourne to here
    $200 19
Spinning ____ of fortune
    $200 17
In a letter to Marlon Brando:
"I'm praying that you'll buy 'On the Road' and make a movie of it"
    $200 1
This pasta is 2-to-3-inch wide noodles with straight or rippled edges
    $400 9
(I'm political commentator S.E. Cupp.) In addition to appearing on many real TV journalism shows, I was a consultant on this Aaron Sorkin HBO drama
    $400 6
He's said to have been a Bishop of Myra in the 300s A.D., but we know him better for his gift-giving prowess
    $400 10
It's no wonder that Down Under in 1999, she became the first living Australian to be put on a postage stamp
    $400 20
Fight ____ sandwich
    $400 18
To wife Zelda in 1930:
"If I have failed you is it just barely possible that you have failed me"
    $400 2
This super-stinky cheese originated in Belgium but now mostly comes from Germany
    $600 13
HBO viewers can get a piece of him as Spencer Strasmore on "Ballers"
    $600 7
On May 25, 1793 Bishop Carroll presided over the USA's 1st of these Catholic events & Stephen Badin became a father
    DD: $600 11
The name of this state contains the name of a U.K. country
    $600 21
Dairy ____ dowager
    $600 24
To a kind critic:
"I'm not like my characters, given to vapors and swooning and 'states', but I was... in a 'state"'
    $600 14
This kind of soup is made from the lens-shaped seeds of Lens esculenta, a good source of protein
    $800 29
(I'm Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner.) "Mad Men" was doubly rewarding for me; long before the show was made, my script was read by David Chase, who then put me on the staff of this HBO drama
    $800 8
17th century bishop James Ussher dated this event to Oct. 22, 4004 B.C.; scientists don't think so anymore
    $800 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents.) Equal in size & volume to about 10 chicken eggs & dark green in color which helps camouflage it in a nest of grass & leaves, one of the largest bird eggs belongs to this big bird of Australia
    $800 22
Kosher ____ of the earth
    $800 27
Ray Bradbury to this "Stranger in a Strange Land" author:
"Your influence on us all... cannot be measured"
    $800 15
To make the popular Chinese dish chicken this, use boiled noodles mixed with stir-fried vegetables
    $1000 25
Martyred in the 3rd century, this patron saint of France was the first bishop of Paris
    $1000 26
This airline ordered the first 6 of the newest 747s & they make some long, long flights
    $1000 23
Feel the ____ hitter
    $1000 28
To Frank Lloyd Wright:
"I would like to tell you now that Howard Roark represents my conception of man as God"
    $1000 16
Mmm, this spreadable stuff

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

Colby Zoey Alain
$1,200 $2,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Zoey Alain
$4,800 $4,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'80s NO. 1 ALBUMS
(Alex: And finally, we will have characters from the television series [*] delivering clues about people famous for being bold and/or beautiful.)
    $400 6
A 2013 cruise off Malta alerted Christopher Catrambone to the plight of migrants in this sea; now he rescues them
    $400 14
Roll the dice & give us this synonym for frolic
    $400 1
Here's a welcoming shot of this country from the viewpoint of a famous statue
    $400 21
The Brownie Box camera
    $400 26
"Synchronicity" by this trio
    $400 7
(Darin Brooks and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood give the clue as Wyatt Spencer and Steffy Forrester from The Bold and the Beautiful.)
"Please, Steffy, I need to be sure."
"Stop talking, Wyatt. You've conquered my heart like this bold warrior king overcoming Persia in 330 B.C."
    DD: $3,000 12
The German inscription on his grave in Jerusalem reads, "The unforgettable rescuer of 1200 persecuted Jews"
    $800 17
A stratagem such as the offer of a pawn
    $800 2
This river rises in Lake Itasca in Minnesota
    $800 22
The IIe computer
    $800 27
"Beauty and the Beat" by this group
    $800 8
(Thorsten Kaye and Jacob Young give the clue as Ridge Forrester and Rick Forrester from The Bold and the Beautiful.)
"I'm running this company now, not you."
"Ridge, you're just Iike this son of a river god who gazed longingly at his own reflection & died alone & unloved"
    $1200 13
In 2007 this Middle East country's Queen Rania became UNICEF's 1st Eminent Advocate for Children
    $1200 18
Absorbent cotton wool, or Tolkien's Samwise
    $1200 3
This mountain system includes Mount Toubkal in Morocco
    $1200 23
Life cereal
    $1200 28
This Pink Floyd offering
    $1200 9
(Ashleigh Brewer and Scott Clifton give the clue as Ivy Forrester and Liam Spencer from The Bold and the Beautiful.)
"Why Liam? Why now?"
"I want my future to be with you, Ivy. You bring it all, great beauty & boldness like this 11th century woman of Coventry who rode nude on horseback in protest of high taxes"
    $1600 15
In December 1917 this priest opened his first Boys Home in a Victorian mansion in downtown Omaha
    $1600 19
It's a British word for ham that still needs cooking, like bacon does
    $1600 4
This country is mostly surrounded by India, though to the southeast, it shares a border with Myanmar
    $1600 24
The Selectric typewriter
    $1600 10
(Rena Sofer and John McCook give the clue as Quinn Fuller Forrester and Eric Forrester, Sr. from The Bold and the Beautiful.)
"Eric, I can't live if you won't forgive me."
"Quinn, don't try to get a hold on me like this female World War I spy who danced naked for royalty & military officers. May I remind you she died in a blaze of firing squad bullets!"
    $2000 16
In the 1950s this German missionary used his Nobel Peace Prize winnings to found a leprosarium in Africa
    $2000 20
Style of roof seen here with shallow slopes over steeper ones
    $2000 5
This American territory is a mere 5,800 miles west of San Francisco
    $2000 25
The Yaris
    DD: $2,000 11
(Linsey Godfrey and Pierson Fodé give the clue as Caroline Spencer and Thomas Forrester from The Bold and the Beautiful.)
"I'm so afraid, Thomas. I've made so many mistakes."
"There's no turning back now, Caroline. We have to move forward like Julius Caesar crossing this small river & triggering the Roman civil war"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Zoey Alain
$10,200 $9,400 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With a backdrop of war, the 1609 play titled "The History of" this pair takes place earlier than any Shakespeare history play

Final scores:

Colby Zoey Alain
$799 $4,400 $1,400
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $4,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Colby Zoey Alain
$13,200 $9,400 $6,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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Game tape date: 2016-09-21
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