Show #7581 - Monday, July 24, 2017

Justin Vossler game 3.


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Shannon Hindahl, a pharmacist from Collinsville, Illinois

Emily Bridges, a communications director from Laurel, Maryland

Justin Vossler, a high school history teacher from Homer, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $54,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
For 10 seasons she played tough TV journalist Murphy Brown
    $200 7
You'll find Lookout Mountain & the Country Music Hall of Fame in this state
    $200 19
Not getting asked for I.D. when I ask for a Glenmorangie single malt from this country
    $200 11
They block drains
    $200 26
Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti, who goes by this last name, once lived with Eagles guitarist Bernie Leadon
    $200 12
Rivaling the goldfish as the most popular aquarium pet, it's native to Venezuela & adjacent islands
    $400 2
Peter Finch was mad as hell as deranged newsman Howard Beale in this 1976 film
    $400 8
The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame is at this Florida center
    $400 20
This alliterative coercion to make me conform to group standards in order to fit in? Ha!
    $400 17
Someone really lazy
    $400 27
"Uncle Cleve" & "Frank" were this couple's pet names for each other
    $400 13
This highly spiced pork & beef sausage is often used on pizzas
    $600 3
In the "Harry Potter" series, Rita Skeeter wields a quill for this daily paper
    $600 6
The shot seen here is from one of the main tourist attractions of this city
    $600 21
I'm done with these get-acquainted parties in college; to me this word only means a device to combine ingredients
    $600 18
Dishonorable gents, similar to cads
    $600 28
Often found blocking White House hallways, Slippers was Teddy Roosevelt's beloved 6-toed this pet
    $600 14
Pliant or limber
    $800 4
He created the TV series "Sports Night" & "The Newsroom"
    $800 9
Iowa's The Music Man Square isn't in River City but Mason City, this composer's hometown
    $800 22
Never again having to worry about the SAT, ACT, LSAT or GRE, short for this exam
    DD: $1,500 24
When an old sailing ship took on water bilge, these kept it afloat
    $800 29
In 1991 First Lady Barbara Bush broke her leg in a sledding accident at this Maryland presidential retreat
    $800 15
One who learns a trade as a member of a labor union
    $1000 5
In the original comics, Clark Kent works for this Metropolis newspaper
    $1000 10
A memorial clock in this big town of the Big Island is set at the time on May 23, 1960 when a tsunami struck
    $1000 23
Not having to endure crowds & pricey bottled water at these, like Coachella or Bonnaroo
    $1000 25
Sterile animal hybrids
    $1000 30
Ruth Stapleton, the younger sister of this president, was a Baptist evangelist & faith healer
    $1000 16
Meaning the reestablishment of cordial relations between 2 nations, it's from the French for "bring together"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Justin Emily Shannon
$600 $1,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Emily Shannon
$400 $7,200 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
In 2017 Footwear News reported that fakes of this company's LeBron 14 shoe were on the market before the real thing
    $400 5
On January 15, 2017 Frankie Valli took the stage to say a few words at the end of this musical's 11-year run on Broadway
    $400 1
Go ahead, hike & ski Vitosha Mountain near this Bulgarian capital & don't worry that it's a volcano
    $400 10
These animals in the novel are said to represent the masses at large; four legs good, two legs ba-a-a-a-d
    $400 12
To Andrew Jackson this Kentuckian "Great Compromiser" was "the Judas of the West"
    $400 16
Before this word was common, some folks used "radio with pictures"
    $800 27
In 2013 a NYC woman was convicted of selling forgeries of this American action painter's drippy work; how could they tell?
    $800 6
"Beautiful", a bio of this songwriter, features her hits "You've Got A Friend" & "Natural Woman"
    $800 2
This country's northernmost point is a strip of beach on Jutland
    $800 11
Among the animals' 7 commandments are bans on sleeping in a bed & drinking this
    $800 13
Clergyman John Knox described this bloody 16th century queen as the "cursed Jezebel of England"
    $800 18
This word for a labor addict dates to 1947
    $1200 28
In 1796 "Vortigern and Rowena", purportedly by this man, was laughed off the stage of a London theatre
    $1200 7
Chazz Palminteri made a musical of this "Tale" about a NYC borough & Robert De Niro came in to direct
    DD: $1,600 3
This capital that shares its name with its country lies about 12 miles inland from Italy's Adriatic coast
    DD: $2,000 23
Each Sunday the animals hoist their hoof & horn flag, which Orwell used to represent this Communist symbol
    $1200 14
Dorothy Parker once quipped that this multi-Oscar-winning actress' work ran "the gamut of emotions from A to B"
    $1200 19
Samuel Bert invented a machine that made this shaved ice treat at the Texas State Fair
    $1600 29
Arrested as a collaborator, Han Van Meegeren confessed he'd forged a "Vermeer" that he sold to this big fat Nazi
    $1600 8
"There's No Place Like Gnome" is a song in the 2017 musical based on this film about a French waitress
    $1600 4
The River Thjorsa, this island country's longest, originates in the Hofsjokull Glacier
    $1600 24
At a meeting of the animals, this prized "Old" boar claims, "Man is the only real enemy we have"
    $1600 15
A Spanish phrase from a not-so-flattering face on money translates as uglier than Manuel de Falla, famous in this job
    $1600 20
"Chewy" term coined in the '60s for pop music like The Archies' "Sugar, Sugar"
    $2000 30
In 1961 a sculpture in New York's Met was exposed as modern & not the work of these Roman predecessors
    $2000 9
"Let Me Entertain You" is the opening number in this musical about a stage mother & her burlesque star daughter
    $2000 17
The Rhine River forms the southern & western borders of this large wooded region
    $2000 25
After finding the windmill in ruins, Napoleon blames it on this adversary & sentences him to death
    $2000 22
Pat Buchanan described Bill Clinton's foreign policy experience as "having had breakfast once at" this chain
    $2000 21
A spot of light on a radar screen, it appeared in a 1945 issue of Electronic Engineering Magazine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Emily Shannon
$14,000 $11,600 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When this school opened in 1845, the curriculum for the class of 50 had math & navigation, chemistry & gunnery & steam

Final scores:

Justin Emily Shannon
$18,000 $0 $16,100
3-day champion: $72,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Justin Emily Shannon
$12,800 $11,600 $9,600
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
19 R,
2 W
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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Game tape date: 2017-04-05
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