Show #7552 - Tuesday, June 13, 2017


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Dylan Watton, a communications coordinator from Rockaway Beach, New York

Stan Jastrzebski, a broadcast journalist from Lafayette, Indiana

Tucker Dunn, an ESL teacher from Tucson, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
The hall is housed in Seneca Falls in this state, the birthplace of the American women's rights movement
    $200 2
Gopher it! This university was established in 1851 in 2 neighboring cities
    $200 12
A short, straight punch in boxing
    $200 25
In some hospitals, this job by a robot called PillPick
    $200 21
In the winter of 2016, Algerian kids learned sledding as this desert got its first snow since 1979
    $200 1
"So may I introduce to you the act you've known for all these years" (a film inspired by but not starring the band)
    $400 8
The Hall of Fame bio on her says her "first love was the airplane, then captivating the public imagination"
    $400 3
In 1864 this school became New Jersey's land-grant college; 60 years later, it assumed university status
    $400 14
One who makes ice cream sodas, whether he's rude or not
    $400 26
At least for games with small audiences, this job done by Frank Deford
    $400 22
The Vancouver metro area is home to more than half this province's 4.5 million people
    $400 13
"So we sailed on to the sun, till we found the sea of green"
    $600 9
2013 inductees included this First Lady who founded a center to treat addiction
    $600 4
Rahm Emanuel, George R.R. Martin & Seth Meyers found "direction" at this university
    $600 15
One theory derives this word from the name of a Mexican town where many used, dilapidated American cars were sent
    $600 27
In Australia, this--at least the robot won't cry wolf like the one in Aesop
    $600 23
Lord Byron rhymed it with "alone" when he wrote of the "blue rushing of" this French-Swiss river
    $600 18
"When I was younger, so much younger than today"
    $800 10
The mother church of the faith she founded in Boston is a monument to this 19th-century woman
    $800 5
The Rare Isotope Measurement Laboratory & the Center for Paralysis Research are at this U. in West Lafayette
    $800 16
This turnip-shaped veggie is used raw in salads or cooked in stews
    $800 24
This national capital is on the Chao Phraya River
    $800 19
"But when I get home to you, I find the things that you do, will make me feel alright"
    $1000 11
3 African-American women were in the first class of 1973: Mary Bethune, Harriet Tubman & this opera singer
    $1000 6
Founded in 1820, this university boasts the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender & Reproduction
    DD: $1,000 17
Change the first letter in a problem for a car tire to get this, a point in time when a decision has to be made
    $1000 29
This hotel job, by a Hilton bot named Connie
    $1000 28
1,000 years ago this city now outside Russia got the title "Mother of Rus Cities"
    $1000 20
"I'll buy you a diamond ring, my friend, if it makes you feel alright" (a 1987 Patrick Dempsey film)

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

Tucker Stan Dylan
$1,400 $4,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tucker Stan Dylan
$4,200 $3,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will be a Greek letter, or a homophone of a Greek letter.)
    $400 24
The title character of this Joseph Conrad novel is just plain Jim when he deserts his ship, the Patna, in a lifeboat
    $400 1
WASP, the social group
    $400 9
Me want you to know, real first name of this Muppet seems to be Sid
    $400 6
In contrast to the alpha male, Urban Dictionary calls him "an unremarkable, careful man"
    $400 17
The Allies sealed victory in Europe in the spring 1945 battle of this city by defeating 750,000 desperate German troops
    $400 19
Tinactin claims to be "tough actin'" when it comes to relieving itching & burning caused by this ailment
    $800 2
    $800 10
This "Aladdin" guy had "phenomenal cosmic powers! (But) itty-bitty living space"
    $800 7
When Jerry saw Wayne Knight on "Seinfeld", he seethed this Greek-sounding greeting
    DD: $2,400 8
At 18 in 338 B.C. he helped his dad's army to victory at Chaeronea, bringing Greece under Macedonian control
    $1200 27
This Laura Hillenbrand book tells of Louis Zamperini's 47 days in a life raft before his capture by the Japanese
    $1200 3
EPCOT, a word that also has its own "land"
    $1200 11
You may remember this 2016 character said of her folks, "Something tells me they were mostly blue, with maybe yellow"
    $1200 14
The generals Titus & Scipio Africanus could have worn the shirt seen here touting this, their nationality
    $1200 18
When the Brits won the battle of this island, Washington reversed the flight to the suburbs by withdrawing to Manhattan
    $1200 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents.) On the X-ray you can see the small pointed bony projection at the bottom of the heel indicating the patient had one of these, which can cause discomfort when walking
    $1600 26
It's mutiny on the Caine in a 1951 work by this author
    $1600 4
    $1600 12
Rebecca Romijn worked blue as this mutant in 3 "X-Men" movies
    $1600 15
Before Will Smith in "I Am Legend", Charlton Heston played this title role, based on the same story
    $1600 20
This Russian hero gained his last name from a victory over a Swedish army at the Neva River in 1240
    DD: $4,600 22
Caused by a buildup of uric acid, it can affect other parts of the foot along with the big toe
    $2000 25
In a C.S. Lewis work, King Caspian & the kids sail the seas aboard this title vessel
    $2000 5
SWAT (team): these
    $2000 13
As Tobias, David Cross looked the part in chasing the dream of being the Blue Man Group on this sitcom
    $2000 16
In a nursery rhyme, this Greek sounding merchant is entreated, "Let me taste your ware"
    $2000 21
Charles Martel hammered out a victory over invading Muslims in 732 in this battle also known as the Battle of Poitiers
    $2000 23
A group of nerve cells, or a usually harmless cyst that can occur on top of the foot as well as on the wrist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tucker Stan Dylan
$12,600 $5,200 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In his 1557 almanac this French doctor predicted, "Immortal I shall be in life, and in death even more so"

Final scores:

Tucker Stan Dylan
$12,399 $5,200 $0
3-day champion: $39,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tucker Stan Dylan
$12,600 $10,800 $4,800
13 R,
1 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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