Show #7456 - Monday, January 30, 2017

Lisa Schlitt game 2.


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Valerie Connors, a relationship marketing specialist and stay-at-home mom from Owings Mills, Maryland

Joe Di Dio, a daylight engineer and stay-at-home dad from Queens, New York

Lisa Schlitt, a microbiologist from Berwyn, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
Alabama stops for these Congress of Racial Equality riders in 1961 were in Anniston, Montgomery & Birmingham
    $200 6
This Bronte title word is "descriptive of... atmospheric tumult"
    $200 16
In 2012 he was Lincoln; knowing him, even his left foot was the spitting image
    $200 11
Itch relief
    $200 1
You won't want to repave this classic flavor that has almonds & mini marshmallows in chocolate ice cream
    $200 13
The Glory of the Sea cone shell seen here is from a marine one of these gastropods
    DD: $2,000 24
"The two poles of classical civilization" describes the 1960 Olympic torch relay from here to here
    $400 7
Turns out hug-me-tight is a women's wool jacket; this author mentions one in "Little Women"
    $400 17
Who ya gonna call to play FDR in "Hyde Park on Hudson"? Him
    $400 12
A common nickname for a tall person
    $400 2
It's the rhyming name of Ben & Jerry's banana ice cream with pieces of fudge & walnuts
    $400 14
This lab device named for chemist Robert produces a cone-shaped blue flame
    $600 25
From August 1966 to May '67, Sir Francis Chichester did this alone, centuries after Sir Francis Drake did it with a crew
    $600 8
In "An American Tragedy", this hyphenated adjective refers to lovers of unequal rank, not to a southpaw
    $600 18
Nigel Hawthorne's Martin Van Buren challenged a lower court's ruling in favor of Africans aboard this 1997 title ship
    $600 3
This ice cream bar on a stick was named for the belief that one's temperament was related to one's palate
    $600 15
The post-surgery "cone of shame" around a dog's neck is more formally called the Elizabethan type of this
    $800 26
In the documentary "First Orbit", the I.S.S. matches its orbital path to the one taken by him in 1961 aboard Vostok 1
    $800 9
In "Dracula", Jonathan Harker is driven in a caleche, one of these pulled by 4 black horses
    $800 19
Robin Williams saddled up to play this president in "Night at the Museum"
    $800 4
Since 1982 ads have been asking, "What would you do for" this bar
    $800 20
An orange plastic traffic cone can be called this, also a term for a monumental gateway or pillar
    $1000 27
Also a song from The Who, this company took 1960s longhairs down the "hippie trail" from Europe to India
    $1000 10
In "Emma" Jane Austen uses this word for a mixture of metals to mean reduce in quality or purity
    $1000 22
This British actor Snape-d into action as Ronald Reagan in "Lee Daniels' The Butler
    $1000 5
West of the Rockies & in Texas, we have Dreyer's Grand ice cream; it's sold as this brand to the rest of the country
    $1000 21
A Mach cone is the shape of a shock wave that produces this loud noise

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

Lisa Joe Valerie
$4,400 $400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Joe Valerie
$5,200 $1,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

HERE'S 2 "U"!
    $400 21
Seen here in his earlier days & as a senator, this Kansan recovered from almost total paralysis
    $400 12
Melvin Calvin won a 1961 Nobel Prize for mapping the chemical reactions in this plant process
    $400 7
"Dilbert" creator Scott Adams said this megalomanic pooch was loosely based on his childhood beagle Lucy
    $400 26
Chris Rock on this economic rule: it's your boss saying ,"If I could pay you less, I would, but it's against the law"
    $400 1
With these 2 official languages, New Brunswick is the only legally bilingual province in Canada
    $400 6
During pregnancy, this organ expands to over 20 times its normal size
    DD: $5,000 22
This inventor and engineer climbed a tree as a lad in 1899 and dreamed of building a craft that could reach Mars
    DD: $2,000 13
This state of matter is bypassed in sublimation
    $800 8
A sheepdog named Hot Dog loves to eat & is just as lazy as his master, this best friend of Archie Andrews
    $800 27
The Federal Trade Commission has a Bureau of this, the battle between firms that keeps prices low
    $800 2
At the Atlantic Salmon Museum in Doaktown, you can learn to tie one of these to hook a salmon
    $800 15
It can describe a juicy steak or a juicy cactus
    $1200 23
The picture was taken in the Napa Valley where this man is a giant
    $1200 14
In Boyle's Law the "P" in the formula PV=k stands for this
    $1200 9
In 2010 this Great Dane leaped from the funny papers to the big screen in a live action film with Owen Wilson providing his voice
    $1200 28
Maastricht in this country was the site of the 1991 treaty that established the E.U. & its common currency
    $1200 3
This capital was laid out in by Tories in 1785 & named for the son of King George III --not the son's wife, Frederica
    $1200 16
Crowfoot is a less appealing name for this familiar yellow flower
    $1600 24
In 1961 this Secretary of Defense was about to testify to Congress about Kennedy's civil defense plan
    $1600 19
This type of solid has 7 repeating, symmetrical systems called lattices that include cubic & triclinic
    $1600 10
Earl, Woofie & Guard Dog are the featured canines in this Patrick McDonnell strip
    $1600 4
The name of Kouchibouguac National Park means "river of long" these, for which the area's seacoast is famous
    $1600 17
In "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", it's Captain Nemo's submarine
    $2000 25
Here we see this British author whose works include "Claudius the God"
    $2000 20
New Mexico's White Sands national monument takes its name from its miles of gypsum crystals, hydrated this-- CaSO4
    $2000 11
This brother of Snoopy in "Peanuts" always wears a hat & lives in the desert near Needles, California
    $2000 5
An international park maintained by the U.S. & Canada on this island features the summer home of Franklin Roosevelt
    $2000 18
More than 9 million people, mostly in South Africa, speak this Bantu language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Joe Valerie
$14,400 $3,400 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He headed a British committee on prison reform, which gave him the idea for founding a colony in America in 1732

Final scores:

Lisa Joe Valerie
$15,400 $0 $4,800
2-day champion: $43,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Joe Valerie
$14,400 $7,200 $7,800
19 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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Game tape date: 2016-11-08
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