Show #7796 - Monday, July 2, 2018


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Suzanne Koppelman, a museum education manager from New York, New York

Adam Scholze, a tutor from Pasadena, California

Scott McFadden, a librarian from Muncie, Indiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $78,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Torvehallerne Market in Copenhagen, Denmark.) A Danish culinary staple, smørrebrød means these two simple foods, but the open-faced sandwiches of that name get a lot fancier
    $200 13
One of its accomplishments was the banning of DDT:
    $200 1
A crack team of profilers led by special agent David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) tackles the toughest cases on this show
    $200 14
He was born Jan. 15, 1929 in Atlanta; died with a dream in his heart in Memphis on April 4, 1968
    $200 5
"The Ides of ____" by Thornton Wilder
    $200 26
Cut calories & cut & splice a film
    $400 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Torvehallerne Market in Copenhagen, Denmark.) In Denmark, a danish isn't a danish, but a wienerbrød, introduced by bakers who came to Copenhagen in the 19th century from this European city
    $400 15
Legislation that allows you access to public records:
    $400 2
Played by Don Knotts, this small-screen cop helped keep the peace in Mayberry
    $400 16
This First Lady was born in Southampton, New York in 1929 & died in Manhattan in 1994
    $400 7
"Light in ____" by William Faulkner
    $400 27
An adult female horse & 500 sheets of paper
    $600 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Torvehallerne Market in Copenhagen, Denmark.) Mayonnaise & mustard seed are among the marinades used when Danes are ready for this pickled fish, the silver of the sea
    $600 20
There's lots to check out there:
    $600 3
Set in Washington D.C., "NCIS" spun off versions that take place in these other 2 cities
    DD: $1,000 17
Born in Spain in 1881, he "drew" his last breath near Cannes April 8, 1973
    $600 10
"All My ____s: My Memories of 12 World Series When the Yankees Ruled Baseball" by Mickey Mantle
    $600 28
A female relative & a sushi staple
    $800 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Bornholm Island, Denmark.) We've "stalk"ed this plant to Denmark, where it's called rabarber; it makes famous Danish dessert porridge, & here on Bornholm Island, a refreshing juice
    $800 21
The Census Bureau is part of it:
    $800 4
Officer Kono Kalakaua dealt with the yakuza & the task force questioning her loyalty on this CBS reboot
    $800 18
Born in Chicago in 1943, he was checkmated in Reykjavik in 2008
    $800 11
"Henry and ____" by Anais Nin
    $1000 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Torvehallerne Market in Copenhagen, Denmark.) Aquavit for everyone, but first, let's toast to health & friendship, using this Scandinavian equivalent of "cheers"
    $1000 25
Industrial hazards in the workplace are among this administration's concerns:
    $1000 6
This British show starred Helen Mirren as Detective Jane Tennison; NBC aired a version with Maria Bello
    $1000 19
His adventures began in Wales in 1888; he spent some time in the Middle East, then died in a motorcycle accident in 1935
    $1000 12
"The Two Faces of ____" by Patricia Highsmith

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

Scott Adam Suzanne
-$400 -$200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Adam Suzanne
$2,800 $1,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
A ghost in "Hamlet" speaks of "hair to stand on end, like quills" of this animal
    $400 5
This type of "lady" is a sobriquet for Margaret Thatcher; this type of "man" is a sobriquet for Tony Stark
    $400 12
    $400 23
On April 19, 1995 2 homegrown terrorists bombed the U.S. Federal Building in this city
    $400 17
America's first multi-page one (well, 4 pages) was called "Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick"
    $400 1
"Alive" & "Jeremy" were songs on this Seattle group's 1991 album "Ten"
    $800 6
Speaking of deceit, Gloucester in "Henry VI, Part 3" says, "I can add colors to" this lizard
    $800 8
This "boy" was a WWII pilot; this "girl" was a dancer on "In Living Color"
    $800 13
Diamond Head
    $800 24
On March 12, 1933 FDR warmed America with the first of these informal radio addresses
    $800 18
Coaster-shaped ones for people waiting for a table have a mile range, but the restaurant limits it so you won't wander
    $800 3
Let's talk about this spicy rapper, part of the trio behind "Shoop" & "Push It"
    $1200 7
In some editions of "King John" the son of the king of France is called this, also the name of a large aquatic animal
    $1200 9
Major Leaguers Cameron Maybin & Drew Storen were once this "boy"; Barbara Gordon changed herself into this "girl"
    $1200 14
The Mulini Villa, once home to Napoleon
    $1200 25
In 1859 future Civil War general Daniel Sickles shot & killed Philip Barton Key, the son of this songwriter
    $1200 19
This dash-&-dot dialect debuted in 1838
    $1200 4
"Marvin Gaye", this singer's debut single, was a duet with Meghan Trainor
    $1600 30
Ariel sings to Prospero, "where" this insect "sucks, there suck I; in a cowslip's bell I lie"
    $1600 22
Male & female words that precede "headed" to describe a stubborn person & the Egyptian goddess Hathor
    $1600 15
The Cliffs of Moher
    DD: $5,000 26
The photo from a 1967 march on the Pentagon demonstrates this rhyming slogan of the time
    $1600 20
The BBC World Service began in 1932 only on this type of radio, but has dropped that service in Europe & North America
    $1600 10
Here's Keely Smith with this man, her one-time partner in music & life
    $2000 28
In a Shakespeare poem, this bird of fable is paired with a turtle(dove)
    $2000 29
A college in London with alumni like John Keats, & a college in NYC with alumni like Jerry Seinfeld
    $2000 16
Quezon City
    $2000 27
In 1797 most of Congress counted themselves part of this party, but by 1827 it was dead
    DD: $3,000 21
There's no such thing as a native speaker of this, a word found before "English" for a mix of a colonizing & a local language
    $2000 11
We had to face it--we were "Addicted To Love" in 1986 thanks to this British singer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Adam Suzanne
$12,200 $6,000 $16,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a 1989 novel, Jing-Mei Woo says, "My father has asked me to be the fourth corner" in this title group

Final scores:

Scott Adam Suzanne
$16,201 $11,995 $24,401
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,401

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Scott Adam Suzanne
$8,800 $6,000 $14,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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Game tape date: 2018-03-06
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