Show #7660 - Friday, December 22, 2017


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Zach Heinen, an analyst from Burnsville, Minnesota

Donna Brown, a customer service representative from Seattle, Washington

Johnny Leon, a political media analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You tell us which one.)
(Alex: Hey!...)
    $200 8
If someone gets upset in France, this condiment "got up his nose"--Dijon, I expect
    $200 6
LOL! that's the code for the field in Lovelock, up I-80 from Reno in this state
    $200 1
Over 300,000 rock fans attend the original Woodstock festival
    $200 17
Aka custodians, they may use the supplies of the Cintas Corp., which sponsors an award for the one of the year
    $200 18
Oh, Lord, this unit of temperature is abbreviated K
    $200 9
On "The Adventures of" this guy, he could change the show to color & leap tall buildings in a single bound
    $400 20
The Cheyenne ask, "are you still riding the goat?" to see if you are still on the outs with this person
    $400 3
When Bill the Cat says, "ACK!" , he may mean the airport on this Massachusetts island
    $400 2
Haile Selassie is overthrown & Patty Hearst is kidnapped
    $400 25
A gemologist always works to scale, measuring precious stones in these, each one equal to 2/10 gram
    $400 19
Also used to measure off the distance between duelists, as a unit of measure it equals 30 inches
    $400 10
This show made the upgrade & later changed Darrin's too
    $600 21
In the U.S. someone frantic has his hair in this state; in China the same thing happens to the eyebrows
    $600 4
Don't get confused by this airport's ORD abbreviation--it stands for the previous one, Orchard Field
    $600 14
As Secretary of Labor, Frances Perkins becomes the first woman cabinet member
    $600 26
A specialized job in a police force, CSI stands for this, just like on TV
    $600 22
Plane angles are measured in degrees or this unit whose symbol is rad
    $600 11
Granny could tell you this hayseed hit had 3 black-&-white seasons & 6 in color
    $800 29
When someone dies in Denmark, he is said to have taken off these wooden shoes
    $800 5
Oh my God! The OMG belongs to Omega Airport in the Kavango region of this African nation
    DD: $2,000 15
For bathing beauties, bikinis are introduced
    $800 27
In 1968 a U.S. craft with this name, also George Washington's pre-military occupation, landed on the moon
    $800 23
Pharmacists know that a grain equals about 65 of these, a more typical unit for pill doses
    $800 12
People must have gotten a shock when this town and its folks like Barney went from black & white to color
    $1000 30
In Russia if you're kidding me, you're hanging noodles from my ears; we use this idiom related to a lower paired body part
    $1000 7
RMG, REO & FCO all serve cities or towns with this name, in Georgia, Oregon & Italy
    $1000 16
The Salk polio vaccine is released in the United States
    $1000 28
2-word term for one who studies the plant & animal life of the oceans
    $1000 24
Ahoy! it's equal to 6,076.11549 feet
    $1000 13
The story you are about to hear is true; this cop show had a B&W run in the '50s, then came back in the '60s in color

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

Johnny Donna Zach
$5,600 $1,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Johnny Donna Zach
$8,200 $5,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hey!...)
(Alex: The letter P will be exactly in the center of each correct response.)
    $400 1
David Morse played a doctor on "St. Elsewhere", George Washington in "John Adams", and a prison guard in this Tom Hanks film
    $400 19
Not counting any tributaries, this U.S. river with a name that's fun to spell runs for 2,340 miles
    $400 7
Clear, or open to public scrutiny
    $400 6
The "Seated Sakyamuni" from around 100 A.D. shows this figure on a throne meditating in the lotus position
    $400 22
In "Alanna: the First Adventure", a girl dresses as a boy & successfully trains to become one of these medieval soldiers
    $400 13
This first letter of the Hebrew alphabet is thought to have derived from a pictograph for bull
    $800 2
Jennifer Coolidge, a regular in Christopher Guest films and on "2 Broke Girls", was also Stiffler's mom in this 1999 comedy
    $800 20
Advertised as having 23 rapids in 22 kilometers, Taiwan's Xiuguluan river is best known for this activity
    $800 8
You stand on it when speaking passionately about your opinions
    $800 12
Doctors' offices can have nice art & this organization put a 10-ton Louise Nevelson sculpture outside its D.C. building
    $800 23
This Louise Fitzhugh heroine isn't a secret agent, she just documents the actions of her schoolmates
    $800 14
It comes between Gemini & Aries
    $1200 3
A big 2015 for Judy Greer, who was Bryce Dallas Howard's sis in "Jurassic World" and Paul Rudd's ex in this Marvel-ous pic
    $1200 21
This one of Pittsburgh's three rivers rises in West Virginia and has a National Forest named for it
    $1200 9
It's profane speech against God or another sacred entity
    $1200 18
Though the metal came from Europe, some African sculpture has the alliterative term "Benin" this material
    $1200 24
Mark Twain said his favorite book of all those he had written was his fictional biography of this French lass
    $1200 15
Old Spec (1979) & Bodacious (1999) are bull inductees in this Hall of Fame
    $1600 4
Before playing Kent on "Veep", Gary Cole put a live cougar in his son Ricky Bobby's car in this film
    $1600 29
The Acquacheta river & its thunderous falls are described in Canto 16 of this medieval poem
    $1600 10
Force out, such as air from the lungs
    $1600 27
In 1622 Cardinal Borghese commissioned Bernini to sculpt "Apollo and" this river nymph for his gallery
    DD: $11,400 25
A young woman from Chile moves to Calif. during the gold rush in "Daughter of Fortune" by this author
    DD: $9,800 16
This city has a sharp right turn from Mercaderes Street onto Estafeta; easy for a running man, less for a bull
    $2000 5
Memorable roles of the late Powers Boothe included Vice President Noah Daniels on "24" and Curly Bill Brocius in this 1993 western
    $2000 11
This treat is fruit stewed or cooked in syrup
    $2000 28
Paul Cezanne's art such as "Large Bathers" featuring reclining nudes was a major influence on this British sculptor
    $2000 26
Marlee & Liz are 12-year-old girls whose 1950s friendship helps fight segregation in "The Lions of" this state capital
    $2000 17
In Hinduism, a bull named Nandi is often the transport of choice of this god and his consort Parvati

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Johnny Donna Zach
$17,400 $32,600 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This label, home to U2 & Bob Marley, was created, fittingly, in Jamaica with an investment of 1,000 pounds sterling

Final scores:

Johnny Donna Zach
$100 $45,600 $5,400
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $45,600 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Johnny Donna Zach
$16,200 $14,600 $5,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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Game tape date: 2017-09-05
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