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The '90s Rejoin

Jeopardy!
by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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  We're getting ever so close to the end of the season. Harris the Good Doctor will defend today again...
 
CHAMPION
Harris Stutman
Huntington Beach, CA
medical informaticist
$23,000
Susan Sexton
orig. Peachtree Corners, GA
actuary
Tony Orcutt
Seattle
analyst

JEOPARDY! ROUND: Which Document Came First?, Musical Settings, Bible Briefs, 4-Letter "V"ords, I'd Like To Thank, The Economy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

Harris begins with $200 The Economy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Tony finds the Daily Double under $800 Musical Settings. He bets $1000 on this: the Cook County Jail in the 1920s is the setting for much of this show. "What is 'Chicago'?" RIGHT for $2000! He is tied with Harris for the leads with $4800. Susan's $4400 gives her command of the board to start...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: Oprah's Book Club Classics, War of the Words, Food & Drink Science, Margaret Me, Saints & Their Cities, '90s Music.

... with $400 '90s Music. Tony finds the first Daily Double under $2000 War of the Words. Tony bets $1600 on this: this old-timey term for hand-to-hand combat starts with a hand ready to strike a blow. "What is fisticuffs?" RIGHT for $16,400! He could complete the Triple Double with $800 Oprah's Book Club Classics. He puts three on this: in 2004 Oprah reached back to this 19th century classic about an adulterous Russian wife. "What is 'Anna Karenina'?" RIGHT for $19,800! He ends with $21,000 to $12,800 for Susan. Harris is on $9200 and what started as a close thing is no longer.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "French Monarchs": his reign was interrupted for "100 Dyas" in the 19th Century before he was restored & reigned for 9 years more. Correct response: who was Louis XVIII?

Napoleon came to town and Louis XVIII went down. Harris was the only one to get it right to pull out the win with another $16,700, giving him $39,700 for two!

@midnight with Chris Hardwick
by Chico Alexander
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Comedy Central: 12:01a/11:01p
Host: Chris Hardwick
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Mike Phirman
"Hidden America"
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Robin Thede
"The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore"
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Greg Proops
"The Smartest Man in the World" Podcast
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While you were busy waiting for the halfway point of 2016, or as Chris called it, "The Year of No Chill", by watching Dwayne Johnson, we were sorting the weekend pile. Tonight's #HashtagWars, because of the whole Brexit thing, #VisitBritainBecause. We're all knotted up at 700.

In act 2, we get legal with Hard and Firms (get it Mike?). Tonight's Live Challenge is I'll Fight for YOU! None of the law firms from the last game didn't have as entertaining a commercial as The Orlando Firm. Create your own low-budget law-firm commercial. Mike gets the 1000.

Next up, Overheard at CatCon. Robin gets crated... by 100 points, no less.

FTW: one of the original Keep Calm and Carry On posters is up for bids. Come up with a new poster for a Brexiting UK. The winner: "Keep Calm We're Not Greece"... and Greg is the Smartest Man in the World!

Today's funny lays the groundwork for tomorrow's show. Continue the game online @midnight.