Show #7578 - Wednesday, July 19, 2017


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Keith Fudge, a policy analyst from Washington, D.C.

Nancy Bauer, a market research director from Oak Park, Illinois

Deborah Elliott, an educator from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $56,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Ben Carson wanted to be president, but instead settled for this cabinet position
    $200 6
Jesse Carmichael, Adam Levine
    $200 21
Here's this figure personified
    $200 16
Casa MilĂ , also known as La Pedrera, "the quarry", is in this Spanish city known for its unusual architecture
    $200 1
Heinlein, Ellison & Pohl were masters of this genre
    $200 26
This Germany city usually gets the credit for originating the hot dog in the 1480s
    $400 12
Ahead of International Women's Day, a statue of a fearless girl was put in this district as a pledge to hire more women
    $400 7
Darryl Jones, Charlie Watts
    $400 22
Enacting this 2-word phrase of concession can sometimes stop a tickle attack
    $400 17
This desert covers about 500,000 square miles in China & southern Mongolia
    $400 2
College major shared by Barack Obama & Chris Christie--makes sense
    $400 27
In 1929's "The Karnival Kid", "Hot dogs!" were the first words ever uttered onscreen by this rodent
    $600 13
In an Oscar night, goof, "La La Land" was Best Picture for about 2 minutes until the award rightfully went to this film
    $600 8
Tre Cool, Mike Dirnt
    $600 23
The stars of this reality series on TLC marched on the Utah capitol to protest a ban on polygamy
    $600 18
People from Glasgow aren't called Glasgowians but this
    $600 3
Everyone could see Thomas Dolby was poetry in motion with this 1983 Top 10 hit
    $600 28
Pick up a hot dog in Chicago & the locals will be adamant about "absolutely, positively, no" this condiment!
    $800 14
Elizabeth Warren was shut down in the Senate after reading from a letter by this woman criticizing Jeff Sessions
    $800 9
Debbi Peterson, Vicki Peterson, Susanna Hoffs
    $800 24
All of a computer's components & peripherals connect to this; ATX is the main design today
    $800 19
There are 2 official languages spoken on Cyprus--Greek & this
    $800 4
C'mon, we're only talking the Titan II & Saturn V! It's not this! Wait! It totally is!
    $800 29
This Hollywood legend's favorite meal was reportedly champagne & hot dogs
    $1000 15
This Japanese company pleaded guilty to fraud over its defective air bags & agreed to a $1 billion settlement
    $1000 10
John Doe, Exene Cervenka
    $1000 25
Term for a ready target of criticism, or the female relative who wants to adopt Huck Finn
    DD: $1,000 20
Kings reign over these 2 countries in Asia that both begin with "B" & end with "N"
    $1000 5
Gloomily, Thomas Carlyle coined this phrase describing economics
    $1000 30
FDR served hot dogs to this British king & his queen

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

Deborah Nancy Keith
$3,600 $4,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Deborah Nancy Keith
$5,400 $6,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
In the 1500s, he started a revolution in thinking with his book "On the Revolutions of Heavenly Bodies"
    $400 30
The 1938 short story that introduced Lassie appeared in this publication, with a Norman Rockwell cover
    $400 1
Wielding a knife, the farmer's wife really lays into this nursery rhyme trio
    $400 16
Its safe-ish Corvair was discontinued in 1969
    $400 26
The first legal off-reservation Indian gaming site, the Potawatomi bingo casino in this largest Wisconsin city opened in 1991
    $400 11
A standard used for comparison, or a measuring tool .9144 meters long
    $800 7
She's helped us to better understand some of our closest relatives
    $800 29
In his memoir, Jon Provost, who played Timmy, says he never fell down one of these; Lassie herself did, though
    $800 2
Cotton-Tail & these 2 other characters with rhyming names are Peter Rabbit's 3 siblings
    $800 17
In the early '70s it was farewell to its Fairlane
    DD: $2,000 23
To mark a 1683 treaty, this tribe with a state-ly name gave William Penn a wampum belt of 18 strings of beads
    $800 12
The brewer's type of this, used in beer making, is also a food supplement
    $1200 8
We think of this Frenchman whenever we drink milk & don't get diphtheria
    $1200 21
Louis B. Mayer declared that star dog Lassie could do his business anywhere at this studio
    $1200 3
Philippa Gregory's "Three Sisters, Three Queens" focuses on princesses of this 16th century royal house
    $1200 18
Neo, in 2014, you can no longer choose a new red nor blue Matrix from this company
    $1200 22
The Spaniards gave this tribe of the SW a name that means "town" because they were living in what looked like Spanish towns
    $1200 13
This term for an obsequiously agreeable fellow dates to the 1910s
    $1600 9
This Russian's experiments on dogs had implications about human behavior
    $1600 20
7 TV Lassies were descended from the original movie Lassie who starred in this 1943 film with a 3-word title
    DD: $2,000 4
In "A Christmas Carol", this is the third & scariest ghost to visit Scrooge on Christmas Eve
    $1600 19
Thanks for the Thing from this company
    $1600 24
Ta-sunko-witko is the Sioux name of this Oglala chief who joined with Sitting Bull to defeat Custer & his men
    $1600 14
The red berries attract birds & the durable wood of this evergreen tree is often used to make archery bows
    $2000 10
She won a Nobel prize of her own & married one of her parents' assistants
    $2000 28
1949's "Challenge to Lassie" was based on this Scottish dog who after his master died, stayed by his graveside
    $2000 5
In his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Three Tall Women", the women are not known by names but by the letters A, B & C
    $2000 27
Its Pacer no longer sets the pace & we are not bullish on new Matadors
    $2000 25
This Iroquois dwelling had no windows but did have a door at each end
    $2000 15
A West African people living primarily in southwestern Nigeria

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Deborah Nancy Keith
$13,800 $10,800 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In June 1986 a bakers union expressed regret for a disaster in this European city 320 years before

Final scores:

Deborah Nancy Keith
$19,800 $2,999 $6,001
3-day champion: $76,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Deborah Nancy Keith
$14,400 $12,800 $8,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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