Show #7813 - Wednesday, July 25, 2018


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Ron Freshour, a copywriter from Austin, Texas

Burt Westermeier, a Ph.D. candidate from New Haven, Connecticut

Dave Mattingly, a director of technology from Old Forge, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $77,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Her "Shake It Off"
    $200 15
Joshua Zeitz' study of the 1920s & how its women shaped U.S. culture has this name, like a fashionable woman of that era
    $200 13
Once more, from the top--in the entertainment business, a hoofer is this job
    $200 20
John MacAdam was the Scottish-born chemist for whom this nut is named
    $200 25
Here's a recent view of this city and Gustav Bauernfeind's 1886 "At the Entrance to the Temple Mount"
    $200 29
Prey's proverbial foe
    $400 1
The "1997" version of this Elton John song
    DD: $1,000 16
This book published in 1611 is the subject of the recent work "God's Secretaries"
    $400 10
A hack can be a writer or one of these transportation workers
    $400 21
Pistachios are rich in this bone-building mineral that also helps with muscle contraction
    $400 26
After hanging out & painting with Monet in the summer of 1874, Manet sailed into "The Grand Canal" of this city
    $400 6
Pennyworth or E. Neuman
    $600 2
His "You Are Not Alone"
    $600 17
Lynne Truss bemoans the state of modern punctuation in this bestseller
    $600 11
The name of this squat & lovable dog with a "mask" can also mean a boxer (the job, not the dog)
    $600 22
In Australia, this 2-word nuts, seeds & dried fruit combo is known as scroggin...wait a minute; where did you get M&Ms?
    $600 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) The distinctive Orthodox church in Vitebsk, the hometown of this artist, grounds the setting of the painting in realism, in contrast to the lovers who defy gravity & fly over the town
    $600 7
Do you have the proper these, evidence of rights or authority?
    $800 3
Their "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing"
    $800 18
Her "Blue Nights" tells of coping with the death of her daughter Quintana Roo Dunne
    $800 12
Building a house? You might need a chippie & a sparky, these 2 professionals
    $800 23
2 types of this nut are English & black; when buying ones in the shell, avoid shells with holes or cracks
    $800 28
A corner restaurant on New York's Greenwich Avenue inspired this 1942 Edward Hopper masterpiece
    $800 8
To remove earth from the bottom of a pond
    $1000 4
This country beauty's "Inside Your Heaven"
    $1000 19
Randy Shilts wrote a Harvey Milk bio "And" this book whose title implies lack of response to the AIDS crisis
    $1000 14
This nickname for a policeman may come from metal badges once worn in New York City
    $1000 24
Grown in Georgia, this hickory family nut is a prime ingredient in Tanya Holland's chocolate bourbon pie recipe
    $1000 30
In 1888 van Gogh gave us "Sunset: Wheat Fields Near" this French city on the Rhone
    $1000 9
Some LifeLock memberships come with this piece of equipment, wastepaper bags not included

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

Dave Burt Ron
$4,200 $400 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Burt Ron
$5,000 $2,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 27
There's an "S" in this capital of Algeria
    $400 15
September 1, 1939:
German troops invade this country
    $400 20
National Geographic was among those to report on a new creature found in 2015 & compare it to this Muppet
    $400 30
In a gustnado, this tops out around 80 miles per hour
    $400 1
The 5th c. heresy Nestorianism held that he was 2 beings, 1 human & 1 divine, in a single body
    $400 22
William Claude Dukenfield kept his first 2 initials for his movie career under this name
    $800 7
These 2 capitals of adjacent European countries both end in "est"
    $800 16
June 4, 1940:
The last of more than 300,000 Allied troops are evacuated from this port
    $800 21
A kangaroo caught nibbling on toilet paper in an Aussie restroom led to the rhyming UPI headline "'Roo in the" this
    $800 3
Up high at a circus, a funambulist has this job
    $800 2
Wahhabism within Islam rejects modern versions of the faith & may call on the faithful to wage this on the impure
    $800 10
Jonathan Leibowitz' moment of Zen told him to try this as his last name
    $1200 8
You get an "F" if you don't name this Sierra Leone capital (or if you do)
    $1200 17
December 17, 1940:
FDR proposes this alliterative policy to help future U.S. allies pay for war materials
    $1200 24
This British blues guitar legend is a fishing aficionado & caught a 28-pound salmon on a 2016 trip to Iceland
    $1200 4
Widdershins means this direction, like runners on a baseball diamond
    $1200 12
Jansenism was a 17th c. movement within Catholicism that emphasized this condition of humankind--thanks a lot, Adam
    $1200 11
This country crooner was born Randy Traywick
    DD: $6,600 9
This 7-letter Central American capital ends in the same 4 letters as its country
    $1600 18
April 18, 1942:
Jimmy Doolittle & his raiders bomb this capital
    $1600 26
In 2015 a Chinese man found the "pups" he got 2 years earlier were Asian black these, a class II protected species
    $1600 5
Featherbone was an alternative to whalebone in making these undergarments
    $1600 13
The first of the "4 noble truths" of Buddhism is dukkha, translated as all existence is this
    $1600 23
His first stunt was being born in Hong Kong as Chan Kong-Sang
    $2000 28
"G", I'll bet you can name this capital of Chechnya
    $2000 19
June 21, 1945:
The long, bloody U.S. campaign for this Japanese island in the Ryukyus ends
    $2000 29
Here's Dalí with Babou, his pet one of these New World wildcats--he used to tell people it was a painted house cat
    $2000 6
Intinction is saving a step in Communion by doing this
    DD: $1,200 14
The Tao in Taoism is usually translated into English as this 3-letter word
    $2000 25
Natalie Hershlag & Winona Horowitz are better known by these last names they used as movie co-stars

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Burt Ron
$7,200 $13,200 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1990 the Yalu River Bridge was renamed the "Friendship Bridge" between these 2 nations; one is the other's best friend

Final scores:

Dave Burt Ron
$14,400 $14,401 $4,399
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Burt Ron
$13,800 $13,800 $4,400
26 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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Game tape date: 2018-04-04
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