Show #7447 - Tuesday, January 17, 2017


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Pete Tachibana, a bartender from North Highlands, California

Andrea Keppers, a history educator from Denver, Colorado

John Avila, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You're dealing with anagrammed beer brands.)
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that comes before "amble" in the dictionary.)
    $200 12
The 1,452-page Penguin Classics edition of this Tolstoy tome, if you've got a month or 2 to spare
    $200 2
Not just for the stoutest:
    $200 21
A hair color that could be platinum or peroxide
    $200 1
Doubtful we'll see a rematch of the 1919 version of this "Granddaddy of Them All" bowl game: Great Lakes 17, Mare Island 0
    $200 6
Article I, Section 1: "All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a ____ of the United States"
    $200 16
From the Latin for "thing to be done", it's a list of items to be covered at a meeting
    $400 25
James Baldwin's 1953 classic "Go Tell It On" this
    $400 4
Perfect for award season:
    $400 22
A pet songbird
    $400 3
Bear Bryant led Maryland & 2 other schools before rolling to 232 wins at this university
    $400 10
At the end: "Done in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ____ ____"
    $400 17
In show biz this Latin phrase means "improvise, wing it"; on a prescription, it means take it as you like
    $600 26
This man's "Morte d'Arthur"; you're into 15th century English prose, right?
    $600 5
Out with the old:
    $600 24
A condiment made from the seeds of plants of the genus Brassica
    $600 7
Awarded since 1972 in 2015 the Commander-in-Chief's trophy was won by this Maryland school
    $600 11
Article VI: "No religious ____ shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust"
    $600 18
Beginning 1972, these ABC specials dealt with issues & concerns of young people
    $800 29
William Blake's "Songs of Innocence and of Experience", including this poem about a member of the Felidae family
    $800 15
Tonight is kind of special:
    $800 27
The wildflower & copy paper color seen here
    $800 8
Gipper-winning aside, he graduated from Notre Dame in 1914 & taught chemistry at the school before he was head coach
    DD: $3,000 13
Amendment XII: "The ____ shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President
    $800 19
Say the name of a pain reliever brand, add 2 syllables & you have this word meaning "to relieve pain"
    $1000 30
Charles Dickens' "Nicholas Nickleby", originally published under this 3-letter pseudonym
    $1000 23
Enjoyed by a "range" of people:
    $1000 28
A type of transport; the color is AKA chrome yellow
    $1000 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue from the College Football Hall of Fame.) The belt here had little handles, so other players could lock arms and move down the field in one of these formations, later outlawed by the NCAA due to death and injury
    $1000 14
Article II, Section 2: "The President... shall have Power, by and with the ____ and ____ of the Senate, to make Treaties"
    $1000 20
Robert Herrick rhymed, "Against diseases here the strongest fence / is the defensive virtue", this one

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

John Andrea Pete
$7,000 $600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Andrea Pete
$11,400 $2,600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The Roman poet Horace was known for a series of witty works called not "parodies", but these
    $400 16
Something perfect for you "suits you to" this letter
    $400 19
It only took 2 years for "Trois hommes et un couffin", or "Three Men and a Cradle", to be remade as this in 1987
    $400 5
In the 2000s alone, 13 of his movie scores have been Oscar nominated, including "War Horse" & "The Book Thief"
    $400 10
Malibu Creek State Park
    $400 22
Word after "open" in an Ali Baba command + term for a wide street like L.A.'s world-famous Sunset
    DD: $1,800 2
Don't be phobic about giving us this name for the central market & meeting place of many ancient Greek cities
    $800 17
A book about these movies is subtitled "An Informal Survey of the American Low-Budget film, 1933-1945"
    $800 20
The contestant seen here is demonstrating the salute from this 1986 Martin-Short-Chase comedy
    $800 6
This Finn abandoned his law studies & went on to compose "The Swan Of Tuonela" & "Finlandia"
    $800 11
Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve
    $800 23
Army rank immediately above private 1st class + hopping marsupial of the family Macropodidae
    $1200 3
This religion of ancient Persia has a good god, Ahura Mazda & a bad spirit, Ahriman
    $1200 18
Before "p" it was the British abbreviation for a penny or pence
    $1200 21
This 2009 remake featured John Travolta as a criminal mastermind who hijacks a New York City subway train
    $1200 7
Victor Herbert composed more than 40 operettas, including "Naughty Marietta" & "Babes in" this place
    $1200 12
Fort Boonesborough State Park
    $1200 24
A new team to make 2 towns shudder: city that's home to Faneuil Hall + the NATO phonetic alphabet word for "Y", pluralized
    $1600 4
In the "Bingfa" or "Art of War", this Chinese general laid out his battle strategies
    $1600 27
In classical Latin, "V" was said like this other letter in the text now appearing on the screen
    $1600 28
Mark Wahlberg, George Clooney & Ice Cube are soldiers in Iraq in this 1999 film named for a trio
    DD: $3,400 8
This German-born composer wrote 4 coronation anthems for Britain's George II
    $1600 13
Lake Bemidji State Park
    $1600 25
5-letter synonym for "person" + blows thrown with your south paw
    $2000 15
Zoomorphic gods of ancient Egypt included this canine-headed one, who was prominent during the old kingdom
    $2000 30
The element that can glow in the dark and has atomic number 15 is symbolized by this letter
    $2000 29
Joanne Woodward won an Oscar for playing a Georgia housewife with multiple personalities in this 1957 film
    $2000 9
The letters of this composer's last name have been used as a musical theme, including in his own "Art Of The Fugue"
    $2000 14
Quoddy Head State Park
    $2000 26
Belonging to dictionary maker Mr. Webster + a game in which you might hear, "You sank my aircraft carrier!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Andrea Pete
$24,600 $11,200 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This play was derived from a 1565 story, "Un Capitano Moro"

Final scores:

John Andrea Pete
$24,200 $11,200 $0
2-day champion: $38,201 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Andrea Pete
$22,400 $9,400 $1,400
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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Game tape date: 2016-09-27
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