Show #7857 - Tuesday, November 6, 2018


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Chloe Sjuberg, a communications assistant from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Lonnie Weis, a creative director from Littleton, Colorado

Mary Ann Borer, a marketing coordinator from Pomona, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $38,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

IN THE '90s
(Alex: We'll give you a country; you identify...)
(Sarah: We're at the soda fountain: Philadelphia's Franklin Fountain. Bringing back some of the tastes of another era.)
    $200 6
In 1990, 7 years after it was supposed to be launched, this telescope finally made it into space
    $200 1
Someone angry about a past event might be balancing a "chip" here
    $200 9
Cameron Rising isn't an action movie, he's a QB who wants to "hook 'em" for the Longhorns of this school
    $200 11
A diminutive of the Italian word for "dagger" gives us the name of these heels
    $200 19
Colombia's biggest
    $200 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia.) Philadelphia's own Robert Green is credited with the 1874 brainstorm of putting ice cream into a seltzer drink & inventing the ice cream soda, also known as this, for what the ice cream does
    $400 7
Running between Folkestone & Calais, it opened to traffic in 1994
    $400 2
Plans may not work out, so "don't" practice this act of poultry accounting
    $400 10
Rocky Jacques-Louis is a Panther at FIU, Shocky Jacques-Louis is a Panther at this university in the "Steel City"
    $400 24
A laced shoe as well as a shirting fabric is named for this British university town
    $400 20
    $400 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia.) Originally closer to pharmacists than bartenders, these first soda slingers were named for the quick action of pulling on the soda handles
    $600 8
You say potato, this veep says spell it with an "E" at the end to an 12-year-old speller in 1992
    $600 3
To "throw someone under" this vehicle is to make him a scapegoat
    $600 12
Bumper Pool bounces running backs around as a linebacker for the Razorbacks of this school
    $600 25
A girl in the Buster Brown comic strip gave her name to these girls' shoes that have a strap over the instep
    $600 21
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia.) The New York recipe for this treat does not contain the two items in the name--only milk, seltzer & chocolate syrup; here at Franklin Fountain, they also make a more literal version, with the yolk
    $800 13
After eluding the FBI for 18 years, Ted Kaczynski, better known by this nickname, was arrested in Montana
    $800 4
Trying again after a failure is going "back to" this, a synonym for drafting table or an item on a drafting table
    $800 17
On Saturdays Smoke Monday is a Tigers defensive back for this in-state rival of Alabama
    $800 26
A word for a type of rope gives us the name of these rope-soled sandals
    $800 22
    $800 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia.) Once an infant dietary supplement in the 1870s, the mix seen here contains wheat, milk & this sprouted barley; it has since crossed over to make shakes amazing
    $1000 14
A.P. journalist Terry Anderson was freed in 1991 after 2,454 days as a hostage of Hezbollah in this country
    $1000 5
A possible origin for "living" this way is that upper cuts of pork are more a luxury item than the feet
    $1000 18
Linebacker Justice Dingle floats like a butterfly & stings like a Yellow Jacket for this Southern U.
    DD: $2,000 27
Queen Victoria's Scottish castle is the source of the name of this laced shoe
    $1000 23

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

Mary Ann Lonnie Chloe
$3,800 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Ann Lonnie Chloe
$3,000 $2,800 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
2 days after celebrating her 92nd birthday, she welcomed a new great-grandson, Prince Louis Arthur Charles
    $400 11
Australian cane growers are grateful to the bandicoot, one of these indigenous mammals that eat cane pests
    $400 16
Opera singer Elisabeth Thible is the first woman on record to fly, in one of these in France in 1784
    $400 18
"Can You Feel The Love Tonight" in this musical? You sure can, ever since Oct. 15, 1997
    $400 26
All of his "Commentaries on the Gallic War" are divided into 7 parts
    $400 1
The totality of actual things & events, or a TV genre
    $800 7
In her 90s, she played Aunt March in a 2017 TV adaptation of "Little Women"
    $800 12
Cuba is known as the "Isle of Rum" largely thanks to this explorer who introduced sugarcane to the island in 1493
    $800 17
In 1889 Anna Bissell helped America clean these as the USA's first female CEO
    $800 22
"Super Sea Star Savior" & "Bikini Bottom Day" are tunes in the musical with this title guy
    $800 27
Virgil spent more than a decade on the 12 books of this poem but left it unfinished
    $800 2
Muhammad Ali's was 78 inches
    $1200 8
His "Power of Positive Thinking" & "Positive Living" helped this minister & author live to the age of 95
    $1200 13
The sugarcane plantation in Puunene closed in 2016, bringing an end to decades of sugar production in this state
    $1200 19
In 1976 Sarah Caldwell became the first woman to conduct at this NYC opera house
    $1200 23
More than a mere apparition, this Hal Prince-directed classic celebrated 30 years on Broadway in January
    $1200 28
Books 16-30 of Livy's history of Rome cover the first 2 of these wars
    $1200 3
Generic term for handcuffs or leg irons
    $1600 9
In 2018 the people of this country on a peninsula & on Borneo got a new/old leader, 92-year-old Mahathir Mohamad
    $1600 14
Sugarcane grows well in volcanic soil & in this grade "A" type of soil found in river floodplains
    DD: $3,000 20
Some first female mayors are Joan Wagnon (Topeka), Lila Cockrell (San Antonio) & this current U.S. sen. (San Francisco)
    DD: $4,000 24 said it best about this show:
"Tina Fey's fetch movie is, like, now on Broadway"
    $1600 29
In his "Satire X", Juvenal derided Rome's populace for trading freedom for "panem et circenses", these
    $1600 4
As a noun, it started up in a 1980 computer handbook
    $2000 10
In 1971, just shy of his 95th birthday, this Spanish cellist performed a special concert at the United Nations
    $2000 15
Louisiana farmers raise lots of cane for the Chalmette refinery of this sugar company that now owns C&H
    $2000 21
Vigdis Finnbogadottir of this nation, the world's 1st elected female president, served from 1980 to 1996
    $2000 25
Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto & Jim Parsons were some of the "Boys" in this revived Mart Crowley play
    $2000 5
Something that slows a process, like the stuff being dropped here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Ann Lonnie Chloe
$25,200 $4,000 -$600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Alphanumerically, it's at the top of the spine & lets you nod

Final scores:

Mary Ann Lonnie Chloe
$15,200 $3,995 -$600
2-day champion: $53,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Ann Lonnie Chloe
$23,400 $4,000 -$600
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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Game tape date: 2018-10-09
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