Show #7560 - Friday, June 23, 2017


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Brittany Franckowiak, a high school biology teacher from Laurel, Maryland

Pat McNamee, a CPA from McLean, Virginia

Lisa Evans, an office manager from Easthampton, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $62,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
210-mile river identified here
    $200 13
Take a look at "Black" this & it "reflects" a dark anthology series on Netflix
    $200 21
This pro sports team's longtime home was the Orange Bowl
    $200 1
The devil might have made her do it in this 1967 thriller about a demonic offspring
    $200 8
An ambiguity in a law that makes it possible to avoid obeying it
    $200 6
In the movies, this water-saturated granular substance sucks in anything resting on or falling into it
    $400 27
The capital city of Puerto Rico
    $400 14
The fourth season of this funny woman's "Project" got doctored up on Hulu after transferring from Fox
    $400 22
Invented 30 years ago, they now account for 2/3 of all carrot sales
    $400 2
This beastly 1902 novel is a Sherlock Holmes foray into horror
    $400 9
A fly ball in baseball that just clears the infield, or a mistake in front of live TV cameras
    $400 7
Mix gravel, water & Portland cement & you get this; just make sure it's dry so you step on & not in it
    $600 28
The mountain range whose highest peak is Aconcagua
    $600 15
Will Arnett voices this anthropomorphic title character & star of the '90s sitcom "Horsin' Around"
    $600 23
Wear an orange sweatshirt with a big "S" & you're representing this eastern university founded in 1870
    DD: $500 3
You know the stuff that makes up 1/4 of the universe but we can't see it? Peter Straub put "A" before it to title this 2010 book
    $600 10
In front of a residential building in the U.S. Northeast, it can be a single step or a flight of them as seen here
    $600 18
The bubbling pools of sticky asphalt at this L.A. spot have yielded millions of specimens since the Pleistocene
    $800 29
The country between Egypt & Algeria
    $800 16
This Marvel hero may be bulletproof but Netflix servers were less sturdy, down for hours the day after his 2016 show debuted
    $800 24
The Orange Revolution in this Eastern European nation in 2004 was a people's revolt against a tainted election
    $800 4
This 1974 Peter Benchley beach book showed that scary didn't have to be supernatural
    $800 11
A sailing boat with a single mast
    $800 19
If you step into this street opening when its cover is off, it matters whether it has sewer, phone or electric lines
    $1000 17
Rob Delaney & Sharon Horgan dealt with an unexpected pregnancy in this Amazon series the 2 also created
    $1000 25
One of the longest on the continent, the Orange River forms a border between Namibia & this nation
    $1000 5
An early 20th c. New England recluse, he wrote scary tales like "The Thing on the Doorstep" & "The Dunwich Horror"
    $1000 12
Frivolous excitement that shares its name with a ring toss game
    $1000 20
These French-named cracks in a glacier can be 60 feet wide & 150 feet deep

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

Lisa Pat Brittany
$2,500 $2,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Pat Brittany
$6,900 $5,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
As late as 2004 this future billionaire was still operating Facebook out of a Harvard dorm room
    $400 19
The Korean War was the first to use these units near combat, saving many lives
    $400 22
Those wacky Brits use this 4-letter word to mean "apartment"
    $400 13
Samuel F.B. Morse's "Gallery of" this European museum depicts its best paintings; the lady in the bottom center is a clue
    $400 1
The double star Algieba is in the lion's mane in this constellation
    $400 11
"2-Minute Drill" & "Top 10" are segments on this ESPN show
    $800 7
We salute William Booth, the founder & first general of this charitable organization
    $800 26
As commander in chief of the U.N. command from July 1950 to April 1951, he didn't stay over in Korea a single night
    $800 23
Sherpas gave this 4-letter name to the creature that Tibetans called Metoh Kangmi
    $800 15
In 1964 his "Convergence", a collage of splattered colors, was made into a popular jigsaw puzzle
    $800 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an astronomical simulation on the monitor.) If the star Betelgeuse were to explode & change from a red super giant to this next stage at its evolution, our sky could light up for two months straight
    $800 12
This No. 1 hit by the J. Geils Band is about what happens when "lookin' through a girlie magazine"
    $1200 8
It was the first name of Amazing Stories magazine founder Gernsback, for whom a sci-fi award is named
    $1200 28
The USA's top ace, Captain Joseph McConnell shot down 16 of these Russian-built jets, 3 on the same day
    $1200 24
16th & 17th century chamber music often featured this bowed instrument
    DD: $2,000 16
Shepard Fairey's iconic 2008 painting of Barack Obama began as a 60"x44" collage in his studio & featured this 4-letter word
    $1200 3
A new dwarf planet, 2015 RR245, has been discovered beyond the orbit of this planet, the 4th-largest in diameter
    $1200 14
Take the subway to Atlantic & Flatbush Avenues to catch a music act or the NBA's Nets at this venue
    $1600 9
Born in what is now North Korea, he was the founder & leader of the Unification Church
    DD: $2,000 29
He ordered his country's troops into Korea in October 1950 to protect his 1-year-old Communist regime
    $1600 25
"Come live with me and be my love" is an example of this 2-syllable foot
    $1600 17
Just west of the Hudson Valley, these mountains provided the Hudson River School with great views
    $1600 4
In 2017 news, 7 Earthlike planets orbit Trappist-1 & are bathed in these "colorful" rays with waves longer than crimson
    $1600 20
A biography of Paul Lynde, or his usual position on a classic Hollywood game show
    $2000 10
A Civil War surgeon, he would found Akron, Ohio's rubber industry
    $2000 30
Flown in from this nearby nation, American troops saw their first combat on July 5, 1950
    $2000 27
This Japanese noodle is thicker than soba & usually made of wheat
    $2000 18
The head & torso of the woman in this most famous Andrew Wyeth painting are those of his wife, not the title subject
    $2000 5
This "cloud" of icy objects at the edge of the solar system begins at around 200 billion miles from the sun
    $2000 21
King's Palace, a vast chamber in Carlsbad Caverns was a location for this James Mason film based on a Jules Verne story

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Pat Brittany
$13,300 $12,600 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Wherever I sat...I would be sitting under the same glass" this, the title of the author's only novel

Final scores:

Lisa Pat Brittany
$1,390 $7,599 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,599 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lisa Pat Brittany
$15,400 $12,600 $8,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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