Show #7641 - Monday, November 27, 2017


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Caity Willox, a course logistics specialist from Skokie, Illinois

Hilary Fried, a retired box office cashier from Milford, Connecticut

Marcus Gresham, a WRAP facilitator from Corydon, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
"Rosebud" is whispered by this character shortly before his death in a 1941 movie
    $200 1
Its Sanskrit name, Sagarmatha, can be translated as "head above heaven" & deservedly so
    $200 6
The U.S. went to the polls for one of these on Nov. 8, 2016
    $200 8
This Powhatan princess was a captive of English settlers when she converted to Christianity & took the name Rebecca
    $200 14
The marshmallow pieces in this cereal are called marbits, & the pink heart is the only original shape still used today
    $200 13
A thick baseball stick
    $400 27
On "Seinfeld" Jerry is compelled to wear one of these after an encounter with a "low talker"
    $400 2
"Mountain range mother" in Spanish, it's the collective name of 3 mountain ranges in Mexico
    $400 7
A 96-mph-throwing Cleveland Indian had to work on his control "before he kills somebody" in this 1989 movie
    $400 9
He's seen here a few years after selling out to J.P. Morgan's U.S. Steel
    $400 15
Mais oui, in the "Pink Panther" movies, Peter Sellers bumbles through as this detective
    $400 22
A defensive ditch dug in Dijon
    $600 28
On "The Middle" Atticus Shaffer plays this kid in the Heck family known to whisper into his shirt
    $600 3
Let's put our 4 big heads together & come up with the name of this landmark just SW of Rapid City
    $600 16
Flogging or spanking gets this "rank"
    $600 10
In addition to his books on baby care, this pediatrician also wrote "Raising Children in a Difficult Time"
    $600 19
The pinking type of these are not yet included on a Swiss army knife
    $600 23
An artificial New York strip or sirloin
    $800 29
Roger Maltbie's hushed golf commentary voice earned him the punning nickname this "Whisperer"
    $800 4
In 1938 Greece created its first national park around this famed peak
    $800 17
We'll be brief--this Dav Pilkey title hero just wears a cape & one other very important piece of clothing
    DD: $1,200 11
This Scotsman came to the U.S. in 1871 at the invitation of Sarah Fuller, a teacher at a school for the deaf
    $800 20
Syd Barrett was the founder & namer of this psychedelic British rock band
    $800 24
To unsettle cows
    $1000 30
In "Captain America: The Winter Soldier", Garry Shandling whispers "hail" this to a conspirator
    $1000 5
The trio seen here tops out just around 10,000 feet in this range of the Alps with the same name as a mineral
    $1000 18
Bain Capital & Brookfield Asset Management are companies in this "non-public" field of investment
    $1000 12
When she married Henry Brewster Stanton in 1840, she insisted that the word "obey" be dropped from the vows
    $1000 21
The Casa Rosada, or Pink House, is the president's mansion in this second-largest South American country
    $1000 25
Telecommunication device in a river flowing from Switzerland to the Mediterranean

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

Marcus Hilary Caity
$2,200 $1,000 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marcus Hilary Caity
$6,200 $4,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
This element, Mg, can be used in underwater flares because it can pull oxygen from the water when combusting
    $400 21
While on a long vacation, you may experience nostomania, the strong desire to do this
    $400 1
If he'd used his full birth name, he'd have released "The Marshall Bruce Mathers III LP"
    $400 11
It begins, "How it happened that Maestro Cherry, Carpenter, found a piece of wood that wept & laughed like a child"
    $400 12
The II & last czar of this name was born near St. Petersburg in 1868
    $400 26
The Watergate break-in:
June 17 of this election year
    $800 7
At sea level at this temperature Fahrenheit, the volume of water expands about 1,700 times into steam
    $800 22
Typically without need or profit, it's the recurrent impulse to steal
    $800 2
Benjamin Montmorency Tench III goes by Benmont as keyboardist in this band backing up Tom Petty
    $800 17
He calls himself a "Giant of the Senate" in his memoir detailing his unlikely turn from comedian to politician
    $800 13
Soviet foreign minister Molotov was famous for heavy use of this 1-syllable Russian word
    $800 27
The 1929 massacre of 7 of Bugs Moran's guys:
this day
    $1200 8
A halocline occurs when fresh water sits on top of salt water, the separation caused by the difference in this
    $1200 23
This abnormal interest in fire can be dangerous & destructive
    $1200 3
Edward Louis Severson III, seen here, is better known as this impassioned singer
    $1200 18
This business handbook by Spencer Johnson has a question as its title & a parable about mice
    $1200 14
After a 1955 novel brought him wealth, he lived in an elegant Swiss hotel
    $1200 28
The Black Dahlia murder:
this decade
    $1600 9
The zebra type of this mollusk is so successful at filtering the Great Lakes, water clarity is causing algae blooms
    $1600 24
Similar to TV detective Monk, you have a compulsive desire to do this if you have arithmomania
    $1600 4
"The Man" singer Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III goes by this name that contains Aloe for smoothness
    $1600 19
"The Encircling Sea" is a chapter in her nonfiction book "The Sea Around Us"
    $1600 15
He leapt to fame at the Mariinsky Theatre in 1907
    $1600 29
The Gardner Museum heist:
this day in 1990,as Boston was sleeping off St. Paddy's Day
    $2000 10
The lake in the center of the Kawah Ijen this in Indonesia has a pH of less than 1
    DD: $2,200 25
Pontius Pilate probably had ablutomania, an obsessive need to do this
    $2000 5
In 1973 singer Loudon Wainwright III didn't name his son Loudon IV but this
    $2000 20
Kind of like a Swedish Forrest Gump is the novel called "The 100-Year-Old Man" who did this "& Disappeared"
    $2000 16
It follows "Nizhny" in the name of the Russian city formerly known as Gorky
    DD: $1,600 30
Jack the Ripper's ripping:
this decade

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marcus Hilary Caity
$15,600 $6,200 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of Germany's 16 states, these 2 at opposite ends of the country begin with the same letter & are the largest & smallest

Final scores:

Marcus Hilary Caity
$26,401 $1,599 $8,200
2-day champion: $46,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marcus Hilary Caity
$16,600 $6,200 $14,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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Game tape date: 2017-08-23
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