Show #7484 - Thursday, March 9, 2017


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Serena Kay Tibbitt, an attorney from Miami, Florida

Rachel Moyer, an operations support specialist from Charlotte, North Carolina

Annie Marggraf, an unemployed bartender from Vancouver, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
It's thick, bushy & named for a tusked northern mammal
    $200 1
The story of "Thelma &" her ends with the title pair getting an unparalleled view of the Grand Canyon
    $200 5
An arm of a squid or octopus
    $200 20
There are many fish you can catch near Ketchikan in this state's Tongass Narrows
    $400 8
It bears the name of an artist born in Figueres
    $400 2
This pair of charmers had the tile roles in 1969's "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"
    $400 28
General Mills created her to reply to homemakers; her name is still on cake mixes & lots of other stuff
    $400 21
The Lapp language gives us this word for an Arctic plain with mosses but no trees
    $400 27
The quickest way to get somewhere is this one named for those at the apiary
    $400 19
The Narrows under the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge separate Brooklyn from this least-populous borough
    $600 9
With its twirlable up-curled ends, it's the perfect style for villains like Snidely Whiplash
    $600 3
A voodoo spell is put on the title characters of this Disney film, voiced by Anika Noni Rose & Bruno Campos
    $600 22
These shortbread cookies were introduced in 1912; a novel heroine has the same name
    $600 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows the moon on the monitor.) This line that separates light & dark sections of the moon's disk disappears when the moon is full... but it'll be back
    $600 6
Idiomatically, if you arise rigidly straight in bed, you sit "bolt" this way
    $600 15
Perth's Narrows Bridge crosses the river named for the black type of this bird
    $800 24
The shape of this 'stache gives it this name, like an item used in a backyard game
    $800 10
"Julie & Julia" were Julie Powell, played by this redhead, & Julia Child, played by Meryl Streep
    $800 23
This brand of boxed candies was originally named for the woman who co-created it, but her husband got solo billing in 1943
    DD: $2,200 12
The annual cycle of a moose's antler growth is controlled by this hormone; remember, only the bulls have antlers
    $800 7
This palindrome describes straight things & is also the name of a surveyor's tool
    $800 17
The Narrows is a popular area of this Utah national park, west of Bryce Canyon--but watch for flash floods
    $1000 25
An Asian villain of literature & film lends his name to this mustache
    $1000 11
In 1941, before Brad & Angelina, the movies' Mr. & Mrs. Smith were Robert Montgomery & this actress
    $1000 26
Richard Liebeskind started this women's clothing store in New Haven, Connecticut in 1954
    $1000 13
The table seen here is part of this scientific study
    $1000 14
Adding these 5 letters to the beginning of "linear" gives you a word meaning "formed by straight lines"
    $1000 18
This loch with an alliterative name has many islands; the Narrows are between Inchtavannach & Inchconnachan

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

Annie Rachel Serena
$200 $5,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Annie Rachel Serena
$2,000 $8,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
If using the patch named for this addictive compound, stop smoking first & use it on a different body area each day
    $400 29
"No, I don't want no scrub, a scrub is a guy that can't get no love from me"
    $400 7
If you're visiting Tunis, Tunisia, you'll most likely hear the Maghreb dialect of this language
    $400 1
The Spur & the Lariat awards are given by the WWA, or these Writers of America
    $400 28
Making the list was lawyer Ramsey Clark, who had served this prior president as Attorney General in the 1960s
    $400 27
A V-shaped cut in a piece of wood
    $800 26
On a Space Shuttle mission patch, the 7 & the orbiting capsule pay homage to this earlier project
    $800 18
"I'll make love to you, like you want me to, and I'll hold you tight, baby all through the night, I'll make love to you"
    $800 3
Ottawa, a dialect of Ojibwe, is mainly spoken in northern Michigan & the southern part of this Canadian province
    $800 13
Medals from the American Library Assn. include the Caldecott, Newbery & one named for this "Little House" author
    DD: $2,400 2
3 newspapers made the list: the St. Louis Post-Dispatch & these 2 others
    $800 20
The top one there is the Mother Superior
    $1200 11
In American folklore, a rabbit tricks a fox into throwing him into this patch where Bunny was born & bred
    $1200 8
First, a hintt, & now--"Don't be shy girl, rescue me, I wanna sex you up, open up your heart & I'll set you free"
    $1200 4
Among the several dialects of this language are Orkney & Shetland
    $1200 14
The first novel to win the Nebula Award was this one set on Arrakis
    $1200 25
Nathaniel Goldfinger, an official at this hyphenated labor organization, worked his way onto the list
    $1200 21
A subtle difference in expression that alters meaning
    $1600 12
This Brooklyn-based online co. with 1.7 million active sellers can hook you up with a gorgeous patchwork quilt
    $1600 9
"No, you're never gonna get it (sweet lovin'), never ever gonna get it (my lovin'), no, you're never gonna get it"
    $1600 5
The standard form of this Bantu language is based on the Kiunguja dialect of Zanzibar
    $1600 15
Awarded by Yale, the Bollingen Prize is given for achievement in this literary form
    $1600 23
Defense Dept. analyst Daniel Ellsberg was an easy choice --he released these documents in 1971
    $1600 19
From the Latin for "name assigning", it's the terminology of a particular field
    $2000 17
He got the eye patch fighting the Vichy French in Syria & became an Israeli national hero
    $2000 10
"I'm kinda buzzed & it's all because (this is how we do it), South Central does it like nobody does (this is how we do it)"
    $2000 6
"Rules of the Florentine Language" was an early grammar book of this Italian dialect printed in the 1400s
    DD: $5,600 16
Arthur Schlesinger Jr. won 2 National Book Awards for nonfiction for books about each of these 2 brothers
    $2000 24
Several senators took up spots, including Walter Mondale, William Proxmire & this man from Maine
    $2000 22
Often microscopic, these worms take their name from the Greek for "threadlike"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Annie Rachel Serena
$15,600 $16,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A 2011 report said the citizenry of this country included a total of 32 women

Final scores:

Annie Rachel Serena
$31,200 $1,199 $1
2-day champion: $51,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Annie Rachel Serena
$14,400 $14,800 $8,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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Game tape date: 2016-11-30
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