Show #7701 - Monday, February 19, 2018

Rob Worman game 4.


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Florence Garbini, a pilot from Brighton, Colorado

Kate Logan, a medical transcriptionist from Hoosick Falls, New York

Rob Worman, an escalation manager from Edina, Minnesota (whose 3-day cash winnings total $54,299)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Introduced in 1961, Charlie was this type of fish who bizarrely wanted to end up as product for StarKist
    $200 3
Dr. Laszlo Kreizler of Caleb Carr's "The Alienist" is this type of professional tracking a killer in 1896
    $200 27
A 1971 visit by an American team led to the thawing of relations between the U.S. & this country
    $200 5
FLOTUS is short for this spouse
    $200 25
In 1980 3M introduced these, which you can use to leave messages & reminders all over the place
    $400 14
Wearing flip-flops & sunglasses, this drum-pounding mascot began going & going & going in 1989
    $400 4
"Latte Trouble" & "On What Grounds" are 2 of Cleo Coyle's mysteries centered on one of these establishments
    $400 6
Her legendary nude ride was inspired by zeal for lower taxes
    $400 26
Brush your teeth regularly to remove this clear, sticky film before it hardens into tartar
    $600 12
A 1997 N.Y. TImes headline about a mascot change read, "Joe" this, "A Giant In Tobacco Marketing, Is Dead At 23"
    $600 10
A fellow "tunnel rat" from this war may be the culprit LAPD detective Harry Bosch is looking for in "The Black Echo"
    $600 17
The practice of using the fingers to impart spin on this stroke was banned in the 1930s
    $600 7
Florence Nightingale's care for the wounded, especially at night, earned her this nickname
    $600 20
This 1971 Rolling Stones album had a zipper on the front cover
    $600 1
The G8 shrunk back to the G7 in 2014 after Russia was suspended for invading this territory
    $800 15
Last name of the tennis player seen here; the crocodile logo on his coat would become a fashion icon
    $800 13
When a boy falls to his death, "Smilla's Sense of Snow" in this Scandinavian country helps prove it was murder
    $800 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates a paddle grip.) To employ the Western or standard grip, keep the thumb on one side & fingers on the other, pointing down, as though you were giving it this greeting
    $800 8
A vocal group got its name by adding "Black Mambazo" to this native town in South Africa
    $800 21
The logo for this product shows a worker in a hard hat hanging from the letter A
    $800 2
Until 1990 the group included this country that ceased to exist that year
    $1000 16
In this drink co.'s logo, 2 bovines run directly at each other, perhaps energized by the product they represent
    $1000 24
"A Morbid Taste for Bones" introduced this medieval monk solving a murder in a remote Welsh village
    $1000 19
Americans call a table tennis racket a paddle; Brits use this term familiar from cricket & another sport
    $1000 9
These footwear orchids are named for the shape of their flowers
    DD: $3,600 22
Shipyards & pillows were good sources for the elements of this 2-part process used to punish & humiliate in colonial times
    $1000 23
Summits demand big preparation, so leaders' representatives are called these, like Asian mountain guides

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

Rob Kate Florence
$400 $1,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Kate Florence
$8,400 $3,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

1970s MOVIES
THE "G" 8
    $400 1
She's dominated the country & pop charts & in 2015, hit the dance one with "Style"; can her rap debut be far behind?
    $400 9
An inferior mirage can reflect the sky downward--in a desert it could look like one of these fertile regions is ahead
    $400 5
Steven Spielberg sank his teeth into this 1975 thriller, his first blockbuster
    $400 23
Ecuador & Colombia both have regions named for this man
    $800 4
This poet who wrote, "For he on honey-dew hath fed, & drunk the milk of paradise" could say Taylor's my middle name
    $800 10
Israel used the French Mirage fighter to great effect in both the 1967 Six-Day War & this 1973 holy day war
    $800 22
This not-at-all Christmasy film about demonic possession opened on December 26, 1973
    $1200 21
This conqueror loves to blitz--he'll invade N.E. China in 1211 & take down Beijing in the backfield in 4 years
    $1200 15
Jack C. Taylor lived long & prospered, starting this rent-a-car- co. with 7 vehicles in 1957
    $1200 11
Mirages happen because light bends toward cold air, which has a higher index of this
    $1200 6
In 1973, 43 years before they did it on HBO, robots roamed this title amusement park
    DD: $4,000 18
This body of water pops up in region names in Egypt, Eritrea & Sudan
    $1200 2
Nickname for one very interested in the engines of Fairlanes or Fokkers
    $1600 24
This Persian king's going to try to thread the needle through the Greeks defending a narrow strait at Salamis
    DD: $4,000 16
Canvas Converse All-Star sneakers bear the name of this man, an ex-hoopster turned shoe salesman
    $1600 12
His "Seven Pillars of Wisdom" mentions watching a mirage as "the heat of Arabia came out like a drawn sword"
    $1600 7
It's this 1974 Jack Nicholson L.A.-set mystery, Jake
    $1600 19
Regions in Bolivia & Argentina & a University of California city share this name for a holy object
    $1600 3
"Place of the skull" in Matthew 27
    $2000 25
In late 1944 your 3rd U.S. Army will take Metz, then it's ground & pound to cross the Saar River
    $2000 17
Richard E. Taylor's work confirming the existence of these subatomic particles upped his Q rating & won a 1990 Nobel
    $2000 13
That's no UFO, it's the double mirage known as this, partly after an Arthurian enchantress
    $2000 8
Bette Midler earned an Oscar nomination for this 1979 film in which she played a Janis Joplin-like rock star
    $2000 20
Areas in Morocco & this Mediterranean island country were named Rabat by Arabs
    $2000 14
Referring to its powerful jaws, used to crack seeds, the name of this finch is from the French for "large bill"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Kate Florence
$21,600 $2,600 -$1,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1966 case of this man, Earl Warren wrote of eliminating "evils in the interrogation process"

Final scores:

Rob Kate Florence
$37,999 $5,200 -$1,200
4-day champion: $92,298 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Kate Florence
$13,800 $2,600 -$1,200
21 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
11 R,
5 W
6 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 2017-11-28
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