Show #7782 - Tuesday, June 12, 2018


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Jason Downer, a real estate agent from Anthem, Arizona

Rebecca Heide, an economist from Washington, D.C.

Catherine Ono, a software developer from Santa Clara, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
John Irving's "The World According to" him begins with his mom arrested "in 1942 for wounding a man in a movie theater"
    $200 1
It's 5 o'clock somewhere & I'd like this cocktail made with tequila, Cointreau & lime juice; go easy on the salt
    $200 19
Little Johnny, let me feel your forehead; yes, a touch of pyrexia, better known as this
    $200 26
He gives Fiona true love's kiss, breaking a curse & making her a full-time ogre
    $200 7
Buildings at this company's Oregon HQ are named for Bo Jackson, Steve Prefontaine & Mia Hamm
    $200 12
    $400 3
This author's "Vampire Lestat" introduces himself & says, "I'm immortal. More or less"
    $400 14
I could go for a Georgia peach with peach schnapps & this liqueur, SoCo for short
    $400 20
The Latin for "touch" gives us this adjective meaning your condition can be passed on to others
    $400 27
Burt Lancaster & Deborah Kerr kissed passionately in the surf on Halona Cove on Oahu in this 1953 film
    $400 8
Also known as the 4-cylinder tower, the headquarters for this car company was built near Munich's Olympic Park
    $400 13
Very hairy
    $600 4
Rachel Cohn & David Levithan compiled the "Infinite Playlist" of these 2 in 2006
    $600 15
In honor of the Kentucky Derby, I'd like this drink
    $600 21
Lyssa, a goddess of madness, is another word for this disease that makes animals irrationally vicious
    $600 28
This actor gives Demi Moore one last kiss before heading off to the afterlife in "Ghost"
    $600 9
This warehouse store's headquarters is in Issaquah, Washington, not Kirkland anymore
    $600 16
A zeppelin, for example
    $800 5
A cargo ship out of India loaded with zoo animals doesn't make its final port in this Yann Martel novel
    $800 24
I'm a little this, so I'll have the classic cocktail of the same name with a sugar cube, bitters & rye or bourbon
    $800 22
Trismus, or jaw stiffness, is an early sign of this other 7-letter "T" condition
    $800 29
In "The Godfather Part II", this actor as Michael kisses brother Fredo for betraying him
    $800 10
Its trademark crown adorns the Geneva headquarters of this watch brand
    $800 17
Gilbert, you're one out-of-control cop! I'm reporting you to IA, this group within the LAPD
    $1000 6
In a Henry James novel, "What" this girl "Knew" includes that her new stepmother & stepfather are having an affair
    $1000 25
I'll take a shot of this Swiss cinnamon schnapps with real gold-leaf flakes
    $1000 23
In this kind of immunity, enough people are immune to a disease to prevent its spread to those left vulnerable
    DD: $4,200 30
After kissing Debbie Reynolds goodnight, Gene Kelly is elated & begins doing this, the film's title
    $1000 11
A 7'4" life-size statue of this French-born man greets you at WWE's HQ in Stamford, Connecticut
    $1000 18
In legalese, they're legatees

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

Catherine Rebecca Jason
$1,400 $4,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Rebecca Jason
$8,400 $8,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Many of the tunes of Brahms' "Hungarian Dances" are not so much Hungarian as from this itinerant people
    $400 12
If people are constantly saying "you're no" this fowl, you're old, baby
    $400 3
After this Francophile became president in 1801, relations with Britain began the slide that led to the War of 1812
    $400 7
The Danube didn't yet flow through this capital when "The Blue Danube" waltz made its premiere there in 1867
    $400 14
Queen Elizabeth's annual speech on this day in 2016 praised those born humble who do great things, like Jesus
    $400 21
Pandora is found to have a valuable mineral in this 2009 James Cameron film, & of course humans want to exploit the locals
    $800 2
The slow movement of a Samuel Barber string quartet became this "For Strings"
    $800 15
The French song "Les Feuilles Mortes" is known in English as these "Leaves"
    $800 4
Congress convened in late 1811, dominated by pro-war politicians known by this beastly nickname still used today
    $800 8
The Danube ends its journey by emptying into this sea
    $800 20
James Agee & Walker Evans' book dignifying tenant farmers is ironically titled "Let Us Now Praise" these
    $800 22
Brian May, guitarist of this band, wrote the song "'39" about a new world explored
    $1200 17
The fourth movement of Holst's "The Planets" is named for this "Bringer of Jollity"
    DD: $1,000 16
It's the 7-word first line of "Richard III"
    $1200 5
British victory at this naval battle off Spain in October 1805 led to greater restrictions on U.S. maritime rights
    $1200 9
Currents in the river form whirlpools called this, also the name of a German pastry
    $1200 26
Henry Wallace's term as this, 1941-1945, is perhaps best remembered for his "Century of the Common Man" speech
    $1200 23
The black hole called Gargantua speeds up time on one of the planets visited in this Christopher Nolan film
    $1600 29
His symphonic poem "Also Sprach Zarathustra" is an homage to Nietzsche
    $1600 18
Proverbially, one of these birds "doesn't make a summer"
    DD: $2,000 6
In 1807 Congress passed this act forbidding exports to Britain
    $1600 10
This royal family of Emperor Franz Joseph was nicknamed "The Danube Monarchy"
    $1600 27
Thomas Gray wrote that maybe a country churchyard holds "some mute inglorious" this British epic poet
    $1600 24
In one episode of this TV series, Adama & crew find their way to Kobol, the ancestral home of humanity
    $2000 30
Paul Dukas lived 38 years after writing this "bewitching" piece but never again wrote anything as popular
    $2000 19
Term for a short-lived period of liberalization in Czechoslovakia in 1968
    $2000 13
One provocation was Britain doing this to American men: not making them say "wow!" but forcing them into naval service
    $2000 11
The Europa Canal links the Danube & the Main; as the Main is a tributary of this, that creates a 2,200-mile waterway
    $2000 28
This -ism that represents the common folk against the elites was applied to both the Trump & Sanders 2016 runs
    $2000 25
It was estimated that it could take 585 billion years to explore all the planets in this PlayStation video game

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Rebecca Jason
$18,800 $11,600 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2017 the Maine farm & barn that inspired this classic 1952 novel were put up for sale

Final scores:

Catherine Rebecca Jason
$23,201 $18,801 $7,000
2-day champion: $46,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Catherine Rebecca Jason
$15,600 $11,600 $10,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
21 R,
1 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2018-02-14
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