Show #7908 - Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Anneke Garcia game 5.


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Jill Cochran, a retired technical trainer from Huntington, West Virginia

John Presloid, a microbiologist from Perrysburg, Ohio

Anneke Garcia, an instructional design consultant from Salt Lake City, Utah (whose 4-day cash winnings total $104,497)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The Miraflores district of Lima is a great place to sample this country's culinary delights
    $200 10
It's been called "sinsational":
    $200 21
A.A. is one of many support groups whose recovery programs are based on this many steps
    $200 29
In 2003 Will Wynn ran for mayor of this Lone Star capital city--& he did
    $200 13
In 1327 Edward II became the 1st king forced to take this action of formally giving up power, to the son who became Edward III
    $400 2
"Shield of David" is a more accurate translation of this country's symbol, the star of David
    $400 19
Cheryl Burke took over for Abby Lee Miller:
    $400 23
Recalling Jesus' fast in the wilderness, fasting during Lent is practiced for this many days
    $400 28
Igor Judge went into law & in 2013 retired as a high judge of England & Wales called lord this, much like the USA's top judge
    $400 15
We must confess, in 1066 this confessor became the first monarch to be buried at Westminster Abbey
    $400 24
If the repair guy says you've got chainsuck on your Schwinn, you're in one of these shops
    $600 4
You can say just Bosnia or Bosnia & this, the southern part of the country
    $600 5
Featured Kody Brown & his 4 spouses:
    $600 8
In honor of childhood idol Michael Jordan, LeBron James has long worn this number
    $600 12
Last name of Margaret, who won 64 Grand Slam tennis title on many of them
    DD: $1,800 16
In 2017 Elizabeth II celebrated 65 years--the first jubilee named for this gemstone, inspiring a blue 5-pound stamp
    $600 25
It's the avian name of the woodworking joint seen here
    $800 6
One of the crimes of Grindelwald would be missing the skiing at that site in the Bernese Oberland in this country
    $800 3
Where you'll find Kandi, Nene & Porsha:
    $800 7
It's the number in the title of the patriotic painting seen here
    $800 11
Bert Beveridge would, of course, make drinks: he produces this "handmade vodka"
    $800 17
In 1722 Caroline, Princess of Wales became the first royal mum in Eng. to inoculate her kids against this disease
    $800 26
To a blacksmith, a hardy hole is a tool-holding socket in one of these heavy blocks
    $1000 9
Ras Dashen, this African country's highest peak, has been translated as "General Who Fights in Front of the Emperor"
    $1000 20
Robert Kulp & Mike Whiteside restore, repurpose or resell objects rescued from job sites:
    $1000 22
In 1865 this number amendment abolished slavery
    $1000 14
Political TV pundit Krystal sounds prescient with this last name
    $1000 18
King from 1199 to 1216, he was the first to make himself a vassal of the pope
    $1000 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents a piece of fabric.) In tailoring, pointed folds sewn into fabric to enhance a garment's shape are called these, like pointed missiles in a pub game

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

Anneke John Jill
$600 $2,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke John Jill
$3,000 $4,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Ostpolitik, initiated by Willy Brandt, was this country's detente policy
    $400 1
The revolutionary 1543 work "Fabrica" gave its author, Vesalius, the title "Father of Modern" this field
    $400 7
The film "Ragtime" has Jimmy Cagney, Pat O'Brien & at the other end of their careers, Samuel L. Jackson & her, "The Nanny"
    $400 24
Edgar Lee Masters' "Achilles Deatheridge" is a Union soldier who mistakenly arrests this cigar-toting general
    $400 30
Following "Fredericks" & "Salz", this other word for a town is also part of many place names
    $400 20
This software name was trademarked in April 1991
    $800 12
The Neutrality Acts of 1935-1937 represented this "-ism" in U.S. foreign policy in the run-up to World War II
    $800 2
Plato referred to this Greek physician as "The Asclepiad of Cos"
    $800 8
Sadly, a month after recording a Christmas duet in 1977 with this "China Girl" singer, Bing Crosby died of a heart attack
    $800 25
Bret Harte tells of "John Burns", a senior citizen in this Pennsylvania town who took up arms in July 1863
    $800 29
Population under 100, a place in Hayes County, Nebraska has this Shakespearean name & also is one
    $800 19
Let's use 2 straws to share the milkshake relative for which this establishment is named
    DD: $3,000 13
This 1994 Harrison Ford film title was part of Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.'s argument about limitations to free speech
    $1200 4
When this doctor published his anti-choking maneuver in 1974, he admitted it had only been tested on dogs
    $1200 9
Seen here, this MSNBC host recited some Lil Jon lyrics with Lil Jon sitting right next to her
    DD: $1,000 23
Whitman mourned Lincoln in "When" these flowers "Last In the Dooryard Bloom'd"
    $1200 22
This New York City region is bounded by 14th Street & Houston Street, west of Broadway
    $1200 17
The king's ones start each game on the F1 & F8 squares
    $1600 14
Those in the anti-this political group were not too fond of the Constitution of 1787 & its big government
    $1600 3
Air is forced in & out of the body in tank respirators, also known as these, part of polio treatment in the 1940s & '50s
    $1600 10
Pity the fool who doesn't know Mr. T met Boy George in a 1986 episode of this show
    $1600 27
This poet famous for "The Wreck of the Hesperus" also depicted the 1862 sinking of the Cumberland
    $1600 21
This type of community was created in Israel; Nir Am is one near the Gaza border
    $1600 15
Eclectic place in a Dickens title
    $2000 16
In a competition, he might lift a car; in politics, it's a leader exercising absolute power
    $2000 5
German physician Paul Langerhans made important discoveries studying this organ in rabbits
    $2000 11
Not content to make us weep with her ASPCA ads, she sang "Cat's In The Cradle" in a mash-up with rapper DMC
    $2000 28
The subtitle to Herman Melville's poem about this man is "Mortally Wounded at Chancellorsville"
    $2000 26
In France thousands of small towns are classified as these, which in the U.S. calls up images of group living
    $2000 18
Faded or soiled from long display in a store window

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anneke John Jill
$9,800 $7,400 $14,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1790 Thursday October Christian became the first child whose birth was recorded on this remote island

Final scores:

Anneke John Jill
$0 $12,000 $7,799
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $12,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Anneke John Jill
$13,800 $7,400 $13,000
18 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2018-11-27
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