Show #7733 - Wednesday, April 4, 2018


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Michael Boss, a physicist from Broomfield, Colorado

Lydia DiSabatino, a data analyst from Chicago, Illinois

Jack Dickey, a journalist from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will combine two state postal abbreviations.)
    $200 22
The Wigwam Motel in California still stands along this historic route
    $200 6
This man who wrote "Notes on the State of Virginia" was governor of the state until 1781
    $200 1
Located in Lawrence, it has produced 27 Rhodes scholars
    $200 11
This "Little" St.-Exupery guy comes from a little world--it's not even a planet, it's Asteroid B-612
    $200 12
You should know this alliterative wager in which you select the winners in 2 consecutive races
    $200 17
Solo for a soprano
    $400 23
The Tunisian locale seen here was featured in this film series--& you can stay there
    $400 7
This Virginia governor & friend of the Clintons served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 2001 to 2005
    $400 2
In 1966 a student holiday at this Waco school was named Dia Del Oso, or "The Day of the Bear"
    $400 13
Children, dead animals & Native American lore; what more could you want than this 1983 Stephen King novel
    $400 27
If you make this bet, as opposed to win or place, you win if your horse comes in first, second or third
    $400 18
A single sheet of window glass
    $600 24
The Liberty Hotel in Boston was once one of these, a collaboration between an architect & a penologist
    $600 8
Governor in the 1990s, he shares his name with his father who coached the Rams & Redskins
    $600 3
Though its name connotes more engineering than soft rock tunes, this Lubbock U. boasts John Denver as an alum
    $600 14
He drew inspiration from his life as a sailor for his novel "Lord Jim"
    $600 28
This 2-word term denotes a horse with little chance to win; its posted odds can run as high as 99-1
    $600 19
Kilauea output
    $800 25
Seen here is the sign for the Sun 'n Sand Motel in this state
    DD: $2,000 9
In June 1776 Virginia became an independent commonwealth & this famed orator was elected its first governor
    $800 4
This university Ames to please with murals by Grant Wood in its library
    $800 15
Irving Stone's fictionalized biography of artist Vincent Van Gogh has this passionate 3-word title
    $800 29
Your bet may move to the favorite if you've bet on a horse that's pulled out of a race before it starts, this action
    $800 20
Venison & rabbit are this kind of meat
    $1000 26
Welcome to the "Crazy House"--it's the nickname for the Hằng Nga House in this country
    $1000 10
Nicknamed "Light-Horse Harry", he represented the Federalist party as governor of Virginia
    $1000 5
Well, we're livin' here in Morgantown /
At this Big 12 land-grant school of renown
    $1000 16
"The Bridge of San Luis Rey" earned this author a Pulitzer Prize
    $1000 30
In horse racing you don't bet against the house; bets are pooled & split among winners in this hyphenated betting system
    $1000 21
Lignite, for example

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

Jack Lydia Michael
$5,400 -$400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Lydia Michael
$8,600 -$800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
In 2012 more than 1,200 artworks looted by the Nazis were discovered in an apartment in this capital of Bavaria
    $400 11
She worked as a stockbroker before starting a catering business out of her basement
    $400 1
If you worked at this HBO amusement park of the future, it was best to stay away from Ed Harris
    $400 26
Some of the masonry used in the 18th century Pont de la Concorde came from the ruins of this Parisian prison
    $400 6
The Humane Society explains why Kitty is "crazy for" this perennial herb
    $400 21
In 1993 the FDA approved Tacrine, the first drug to specifically target memory symptoms of this disease
    $800 17
In 2006, three years after a theft, a Vienna museum got back its famous Benvenuto Cellini saliera, this item
    $800 12
Read all about it! In 2013 this Amazon founder bought the Washington Post
    $800 2
Last name of "Bindi the Jungle Girl" on Discovery Kids, who, like her dad Steve, spreads ideas of conservation
    $800 27
This canal is served by the El Ferdan swing bridge, the longest metal rotating bridge in the world
    $800 7
To move joints in the body, as a chiropractor does
    $800 22
Covering a wide range, this plant seen here helps you deal with both sunburns & frostbite
    $1200 18
The Munch Museum in this city had both "The Scream" & "Madonna" stolen in 2004 but recovered 2 years later
    DD: $3,000 13
Stanley Ho built this administrative region's gaming industry, owning more than 15 casinos though he doesn't gamble
    $1200 3
This comedian plays Tig Bavaro, exploring family mystery & history in "One Mississippi"
    $1200 28
The 3 boroughs in New York City's Triborough Bridge are Manhattan, the Bronx & this
    $1200 8
You can't leave the table until you name these 2 root veggies seen here
    $1200 23
Introduced in 1899, this brand "works at the site of pain to provide targeted pain relief"
    $1600 19
He's giving one of the most famous kisses ever in a $100 million-plus Caravaggio, recovered in 2010
    $1600 14
Heeding his grandmother's advice, he didn't "cut corners" when he founded Wendy's
    $1600 4
On PBS, Benedict Cumberbatch's brilliant but wacky Sherlock is kept grounded by Dr. Watson, played by this actor
    $1600 29
Crossing a firth in this country, the Forth Bridge was once called the "supremest specimen of all ugliness"
    $1600 9
7-letter word for a small scrap or fragment
    $1600 24
In New York conditions that make one eligible for this alliterative aid include A.L.S., M.S. & Parkinson's
    $2000 20
Stolen in 1985, a work by this Dutch-born abstract expressionist was found in 2017 in a New Mexico home
    $2000 15
A descendant of a Mayflower passenger, Alfred Fuller made a name for himself selling these
    $2000 5
The title of this Netflix show about an early 20th c. British street gang that gets rich refers to their distinctive caps
    DD: $4,000 30
As you can guess, the Victoria Falls Bridge over this African river has amazing views
    $2000 10
This long word follows "minister" to designate a diplomat with full power to represent his government
    $2000 25
Emflaza decreases inflammation to fight the Duchenne type of this 2-word disease

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Lydia Michael
$14,200 $8,200 $2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The father of this future composer was a French teacher at the Warsaw Lyceum, where the child would later attend

Final scores:

Jack Lydia Michael
$16,401 $16,399 $3,998
2-day champion: $46,802 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jack Lydia Michael
$13,000 $11,200 $6,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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Game tape date: 2018-01-18
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