Show #7458 - Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Lisa Schlitt game 4.


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Amanda Harvey, an arts administrator from Newton, Massachusetts

Julie Bradlow, a corporate tax attorney from Charlotte, North Carolina

Lisa Schlitt, a microbiologist from Berwyn, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $64,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Local Reporting, 2012: the Patriot-News of this state capital for coverage of Penn State
    $200 26
His "Ropin' The Wind" was 1991's top album, remaining at No. 1 for 18 weeks
    $200 1
Raining or not, the French names of these 2 animals are chat et chien
    $200 16
Directionally speaking, Hebrew, Arabic & most other Semitic languages are written this way
    $200 11
It was created in 1970 as a "national teach-in on the environment"
    $200 6
Don't be this rude & unrefined person
    $400 22
Intl. Reporting, 2015: The New York Times staff, for "courageous front-line reporting" on this African epidemic
    $400 27
In 1978 this "Red-Headed Stranger" released "Stardust", an album of pop standards
    $400 2
Le loup is this carnivore
    $400 17
The Latin "currere", meaning "to run", gives us the name of this type of handwriting
    $400 12
To promote heart health for women, National Wear Red Day, whose logo is seen here, is the first Friday of this month
    $400 7
Shake shake shake these spoils of war
    $600 23
Photography, 1945: Joe Rosenthal, for this image of Marines doing this on Mount Suribachi
    $600 28
In 1975 a double album was released combining 2 previous LPs featuring Johnny Cash at these 2 penitentiaries
    $600 3
Le canard is this; someone pass the orange sauce
    $600 18
Majuscule is an uppercase letter; this is the term for a lowercase one
    $600 13
The inedible one is celebrated March 14; the edible one is January 23, as in "1-2-3, as easy as..."
    $600 8
The NCAA calls them "representatives of the institution's athletic interests"
    $800 24
Editorial, 1929: The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot for "An Unspeakable Act of Savagery", about this form of race-based murder
    $800 29
In May 2005 she won "American Idol"; 6 months later, her debut album "Some Hearts" was released
    $800 4
Down on a French farm, this is le mouton
    $800 19
Perhaps to thwart those who would steal his ideas, Leonardo da Vinci used a backwards shorthand named for this object
    $800 14
First Night, an arts festival in Boston, is held on this celebratory night
    $800 9
Grant me this gift or favor
    $1000 25
Feature, 2016: The New Yorker's Kathryn Schulz, making Oregonians quake with a piece on the Cascadia this earth feature
    $1000 30
This 2000 movie soundtrack album featured Alison Krauss on 3 tracks including "Down To The River To Pray"
    $1000 5
This subject of songs, seen here, is le merle
    DD: $1,000 20
Created by Daniel Britton, the font seen here tries to emulate what people with this condition see when trying to read
    $1000 15
The story of the Jewish holiday Purim is told in the Biblical book of her
    $1000 10
Named for a mathematician, it's the type of internet search using "and", "or" & "not"

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

Lisa Julie Amanda
$4,400 $1,800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Julie Amanda
$8,800 $4,200 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And what's the common thread?...)
    $400 18
The engraving of this young man and his father is entitled "Father, I Can Not Tell a Lie: I Cut the Tree"
    $400 11
This notoriously deadly cape at the bottom of South America juts into the Drake Passage
    $400 16
He "Report"-ed, "There's an old saying about those who forget history. I don't remember it, but it's good"
    $400 3
Guys who can't wait to start firing idiomatically go in "with guns" this hot way
    $400 1
One of the oldest casinos in the world was opened in 1863 in this principality
    $400 9
After Rome burned, Nero shifted the blame from himself to this sect, making sport of them in the circus
    $800 19
This legendary logger dug Lake Michigan as a watering hole for his blue ox Babe
    $800 12
Jutting into the "Graveyard of the Atlantic", Cape Fear is a dangerous cape on the coast of this U.S. state
    $800 17
"Lunacy packaged in pathos" was one description used of this late "Willy Wonka" comic actor
    $800 4
One hot summer day in 2016, the Boston Globe punningly wrote, "Gimme" this, a likely homage to the Stones
    $800 2
This "boss" is in charge of a group of casino table games
    $800 15
Around 60 A.D. Nero gave his first public performance with this harp-like instrument
    DD: $2,500 20
In a 1900 work his tree cutting is stuck mid-chop & he asks for someone to "oil my joints"
    $1200 13
The name of Africa's Cape Agulhas, dominated by sharp rocks that have wrecked many a ship, means these sewing tools
    $1200 23
In "Coming to America", this actor has a simple request: "From this moment on, I command you not to obey me"
    DD: $1,000 5
Meaning "caused by heat", it's found before "spring" or "underwear"
    $1200 8
Quad Cities is a Midwestern gaming hub with casinos in Bettendorf & this other trisyllabic Iowa city
    $1200 27
Having had enough of Nero's antics, this august political body decreed his death; he fled
    $1600 21
This poor woodcutter of fable watches 40 thieves hide their plunder in a cave
    $1600 14
Known to natives as an owl hunting spot, this Alaskan point was where Wiley Post & Will Rogers died in a 1935 crash
    $1600 24
This standup who passed away in 2008: "No one can ever know for sure what a deserted area looks like"
    $1600 6
One of Dan Patrick's catchphrases at ESPN was this, Spanish for "on fire"
    $1600 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew lays out cards in Texas Hold 'Em.) Texas Hold 'Em dealers discard a single card before the flop comes; that card gets this hot term and is used to deter cheaters
    $1600 28
At 16, Nero was proclaimed emperor by this military group, the household guard of the emperors
    $2000 22
In "The Green Hills of Africa" from 1935, he engages in tree removal while on safari with second wife Pauline Pfeiffer
    $2000 29
Meaning "father of danger" in Arabic, Cape Abu Khatar is a reef-lined stretch of coast of this western territory
    $2000 25
His zany antics from movies like "The Bellboy" weren't on view when he co-starred with De Niro in "The King of Comedy"
    $2000 7
7-letter medical adjective that means "running a temperature"
    $2000 26
Table on which you'd find horn & field options; some casinos even offer 5x or 10x odds too!
    $2000 30
This statesman, tragedian & tutor to Nero was later forced by Nero to commit suicide

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Julie Amanda
$14,200 $1,400 $10,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1812 the U.S. endured a literal one of these 2-word terms & beginning in 1964 enjoyed a musical one

Final scores:

Lisa Julie Amanda
$20,800 $2,798 $2,801
4-day champion: $85,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lisa Julie Amanda
$15,200 $1,400 $9,000
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $25,600

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Game tape date: 2016-11-08
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