Show #7725 - Friday, March 23, 2018


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Daniel Ludlam, a student from Claremont, California

Tristan Mohabir, a nonprofit associate director from Washington, D.C.

Lynn Klyde-Allaman, a journalism professor from Lafayette, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the conflict, the war.)
    $200 16
The sage infused into the Sage Derby type of this food creates a marvelous marbling
    $200 6
An intoxicated person is this many "sheets to the wind"
    $200 21
In 2007 the old Submarine Voyage resurfaced with a new theme inspired by this animated film
    $200 26
In April 2017 United Airlines upped its limit to $10,000 in compensation to passengers bumped due to this
    $200 1
In the 17th century it took 20,000 workers 22 years to complete this project in Agra
    $200 11
"M*A*S*H" by Richard Hooker
    $400 17
Jimmy Dean has a fine sage variety of this breakfast item that has the word "sage" in its spelling
    $400 7
Channels in a classical Doric column, or the January date of a traditional presidential inauguration
    $400 22
This area of the park where Pirates of the Caribbean is located was fashioned after the French Quarter
    $400 27
Originally a sheep with a noisemaker around its neck, now it's an indicator of a future trend
    $400 2
Amid threats & violence, the 1964 Freedom Summer in this state registered a total of 1,200 African Americans to vote
    $400 12
"The Last Full Measure" by Jeff Shaara
    $600 18
Sage & onion is a popular type of this bread-based holiday food
    $600 8
"Formula" this "cleans up after grease, grime & gusto"
    $600 23
Original attractions from 1955 that are still around include Autopia & this boat ride in Adventure Land
    $600 28
Saving syllables? Use this synonym in place of "belligerent"
    $600 3
This landmark temporarily closed in 1990 to stop it from subsiding 0.05 inches per year
    $600 15
Tim O'Brien's "Going After Cacciato"
    $800 19
Put some sage in an organdy bag to make one of these French-named pouches to make your linen closet smell nice
    $800 9
In a 1920s phrase it precedes "skidoo"
    $800 24
To honor "Star Wars", Disneyland added this 5-letter word to the front of its Space Mountain ride
    $800 29
Coal-burning stove with a large, rounded chamber
    $800 4
On Jan. 12, 2010 a 7.0 earthquake hit 15 miles southwest of this Caribbean capital
    $800 13
"The Naked & the Dead" by Norman Mailer
    $1000 20
You may benefit by cleansing a new house using smoldering sage, in a process called this
    $1000 10
Martin Luther's posted number of theses
    $1000 25
From 1967 to 1973, the Carousel of Progress showcased decades of American life, sponsored by this company
    $1000 30
Professional also known as a bean counter
    DD: $1,000 5
This European world capital hosted the 1984 winter Olympics
    $1000 14
"Rabble in Arms" by Kenneth Roberts

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

Lynn Tristan Daniel
$2,800 $1,600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Tristan Daniel
$4,200 $1,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
One of the Seven Sages, Cleobulus urged us to "be intimate with virtue and a stranger" to this other "vi" word
    $400 9
The fluorescence of this arachnid under UV light is caused by a protein in its exoskeleton
    $400 11
"Overconfidentii vulgaris" was a cartoon coyote's scientific name; this bird was "Disappearialis quickius"
    $400 26
The Brits spell this word for a really long stretch of time with an "A" at the front, making it 3 straight starting vowels
    $400 10
Good Samaritans Bono & this incredibly wealthy couple
    $400 21
In 1904 the AK recognized a small dog named for this state
    $800 17
Anacharsis said laws are like these arachnid constructs: weak things are ensnared, strong ones break free
    $800 8
Also called a horned rattlesnake due to the scales above its eyes, it's named for its locomotion across the sand
    $800 12
Regarding this 1977 Peter Mayhew film character... if he were playing against you now, we'd advise you to let him win
    $800 27
Lunar phrase denoting a long period of time between occurrences
    $800 3
WorldCom's Cynthia Cooper, the FBI's Coleen Rowley & Enron's Sherron Watkins, called this type of informer
    $800 22
Veracruz got its name from "The Rich Town of the True" this
    $1200 18
Confucius had a version of this--"what you do not wish for yourself, do not impose upon others"
    $1200 1
The Wild Camel Protection Foundation says there are 600 of this 2-humped camel in China, 450 in Mongolia
    $1200 13
This pal of Snoopy's turned his birdhouse into a swingin' pad, complete with couches, a TV & a groovy throw rug
    $1200 28
Edward Gibbon, who knew his Rome, was among those who called it this timeless "city"
    $1200 4
"The Silence Breakers" about harassment & assault, including this actress, a singer's daughter
    $1200 23
This state was the source for pepper seeds used by the McIlhennys in hot sauce
    $1600 19
The Hindu sage Yajnavalkya said of this Asian causal concept, "The doer of good becomes good"
    DD: $3,000 2
When ticks bite the Western fence lizard, the lizard's blood kills the bacteria in the ticks that cause this disease
    $1600 14
This "I Am Sam" actor & Oscar winner only growled as Terence in "The Angry Birds Movie"
    $1600 29
Beethoven addressed letters to a woman he called this "beloved"
    $1600 5
Health care workers fighting this deadly virus in west Africa
    $1600 24
The state of Aguascalientes literally means these
    $2000 20
Many sages have said that if setting out to get this, dig 2 graves, one for yourself
    $2000 7
File this bat, perhaps the U.S.A.'s largest, under the letter "M"--it's named for having a face like this dog breed
    $2000 15
Kevin Smith played this perfect-for-the-category character in "Clerks" & "Mallrats"
    $2000 30
"From time" followed by this 10-letter word refers to an age before written knowledge
    DD: $4,000 6
This politician, "Tower of Strength"
    $2000 25
This president drove out the French in 1867 & declared Hidalgo a state in 1869

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Tristan Daniel
$17,400 $7,600 $9,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Some of the features of this title place of an 1883 novel are Mizzen-Mast Hill & Captain Kidd's Anchorage

Final scores:

Lynn Tristan Daniel
$15,199 $15,200 $2,195
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lynn Tristan Daniel
$17,400 $10,200 $9,800
19 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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Game tape date: 2017-12-13
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