Show #7486 - Monday, March 13, 2017


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Michael Roy, a controls engineer from New Orleans, Louisiana

Bonnie Harris, an English instructor and administrator from New York, New York

Jessica Johnston, a college admission officer from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

5 "W"s
    $200 1
In 1967, the town of Wadi Halfa in this country had a reported high temperature of 127 degrees
    $200 16
A cookbook that promises "A Culinary Journey Through India" is called "Beyond" this 5-letter dish
    $200 6
In March 1985 this man who would make big changes became general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party
    $200 11
In 2016 the title guy on this show chose Lauren Bushnell as the winner
    $200 14
In 2002 ads for Verizon Wireless began asking this question
    $200 26
The 2 most popular forms of this are Greco-Roman & freestyle
    $400 2
In 1994 Lake Havasu City in this state reached 128, the highest temp. ever recorded in the U.S. outside Death Valley
    $400 17
Mimi Kirk explains how to "Live" this 3-letter way in which food is not cooked over 118 degrees Fahrenheit
    $400 7
She married Napoleon March 9, 1796; 2 days later, her groom left for the army
    $400 12
Episodes of this competition show include "Glamazonian Airways" & "RuPocalypse Now!"
    $400 15
When it comes to a tough decision, you might ask this popular question abbreviated WWJD
    $600 3
In this northernmost part of the Indian Ocean, surface temperatures can reach 90 degrees in July
    $600 18
This brand, "the original slow cooker", offers a book of its "Best-Loved Slow Cooker Recipes"
    $600 8
In March 1865 this general said all his congress did was "eat peanuts and chew tobacco, while my army is starving"
    $600 13
After getting $60,000 in capital for her lemonade on this show, an 11-year-old got a bigger deal with Whole Foods
    $600 21
This rock classic begins, "Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?"
    $600 25
A cowboy, or his brand of jeans, perhaps
    $800 4
Records show Tirat Tsvi, one of these small collective farms in Israel, hitting 129 in 1942
    $800 19
This title "At Home" is one of Ina Garten's many cookbooks
    $800 9
This country once known as South West Africa gained full independence in March 1990
    DD: $3,000 22
"Where's my serpent of old Nile?" is a line from this Shakespeare play
    $1000 5
With temperatures near 120, the Gobi Desert is perfect for this ruminant, named for an area also in Asia
    $1000 20
This savory meat jelly is covered in the cold buffet chapter of Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking"
    $1000 10
On March 23, 1933 this body passed the "Enabling Act" making Hitler absolute dictator
    $1000 24
In an "SNL" parody of this survival show, Leslie Jones was only the first part of the title; Peter Dinklage took care of both
    $1000 23
We applaud you if you know this Zen question about a certain extremity & the noise it may or may not make

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

Jessica Bonnie Michael
$3,600 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Bonnie Michael
$9,200 $1,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, our affiliates from across the country will be helping us with some literary locations in...)
    $400 2
The Bloc Quebecois
    $400 1
In 1983 this singer told us, "She works hard for the money, so hard for it, honey"
    $400 7
Hand me the hamburger condiment that you know better by this word from Chinese for "fish brine"
    $400 18
Let's see if the name of this 1970s & 2000s Secretary of Defense is a known or an unknown
    $400 26
Appropriately, a podcast focusing on politics & hosted by ex-Obama advisors is called "Keepin' It" this 4-digit number
    $400 8
(I'm M.J. Acosta from NBC 7 San Diego.) This man resided at the Hotel Del Coronado for months at a time & wrote parts of several books here including "Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz"
    $800 3
The Communist Party of Bohemia & Moravia
    $800 10
A 1997 hit on Bad Boy Records warned us, "Mo money mo" these
    $800 14
You can see the grainy quality that gave this type of stone its name
    $800 19
Here's this Baroque master's idea of Venus
    $800 27
Guests ranging from Julie Andrews to Dwight Gooden to Anthony Weiner are on "Here's the Thing", hosted by this "30 Rock" man
    $800 9
(I'm Juliana Mazza with 22News.) Leaping from the pages of the Dr. Seuss memorial sculpture are Thing 1 & Thing 2, agents of mayhem from this 1957 classic
    $1200 4
Sinn Fein
    $1200 11
This '80s hit also offered "chicks for free"
    $1200 23
Taking its Greek origin literally, it's an outbreak of disease that can affect every single person
    DD: $6,000 20
Henry was the first name of this early 1800s philanthropist who supported education in New Jersey
    $1200 28
The World Wide Web can be wacky, & this 2-word show whose title can be a dangerous click when e-mailing fills in details
    $1200 15
(Hi. I'm Mark Allan from WDTN.) I'm at the Dayton home of poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, the son of former slaves; he wrote in Black dialect, including this 2-word question used by the New Orleans Saints, among others
    $1600 5
    $1600 12
Wisdom from this group: "Money, it's a gas. Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash"
    DD: $3,000 24
Used to describe a wealthy or powerful person, it was originally a title applied by foreigners to the shogun of Japan
    $1600 21
Last name of Ann, said (maybe wrongly) to have been Abe Lincoln's first love
    $1600 16
(Hi. I'm Ryan Kristafer from News 8.) This author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" lived in this Hartford home from 1873 until her death in 1896
    $2000 6
The Unified Lumumbist Party
    $2000 13
It's the Steve Miller Band's song about criminal lovers Billy Joe & Bobbie Sue
    $2000 25
From the French for "flat", it's a flat or banal remark uttered as if it were profound
    $2000 22
He'll go down in history as the first German king of the Habsburg dynasty
    $2000 17
(I'm Julie Nelson from Kare 11.) The Minnesota State Fair is the setting of the 1928 story "A Night at the Fair" by this author born in St. Paul

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Bonnie Michael
$19,200 $9,200 $8,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Among the places he visited on his second missionary journey were Galatia & Corinth

Final scores:

Jessica Bonnie Michael
$19,900 $17,201 $9,201
2-day champion: $40,300 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jessica Bonnie Michael
$17,000 $7,400 $8,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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Game tape date: 2016-12-06
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