Show #7597 - Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Austin Rogers game 1.

Contestants

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Austin Rogers, a bartender from New York, New York

Tina Doppler, a small business owner from Crown Point, Indiana

Dennis Fawcett, a painter and handyman from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

18th CENTURY AMERICA
ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS
FOOD STUFF
DOUBLE DOUBLE LETTERS
CAPITAL CITIES
MISREMEMBERED HARRY POTTER BOOK TITLES
(Alex: We don't want the title that you know. We want the title that fits our clue.)
    $200 8
Just like the Constitution, the Articles of Confederation had one of these introductory statements
    $200 29
A 24-karat gold-plated tone arm is part of this award that weighs 5 pounds
    $200 13
It's the cereal that goes "snap, crackle, pop"
    $200 1
A period of 1,000 years
    $200 7
"City of Angels, the Great City, the Residence of the Emerald Buddha" is just the start of the official name of this Thai capital
    $200 24
"Harry Potter &" these poultry innards "of Fire"
    $400 3
In the 1770s George Washington enlarged this house by adding smaller wings & erecting many outbuildings
    $400 30
Richard Pryor was the first recipient of this prize for American humor that's named for a 19th century novelist
    $400 17
One of these tropical fruits of the genus Musa has only about 110 calories, 0 mg cholesterol & 400 mg potassium
    $400 2
How about a nice cup of this?
    $400 11
The Ataturk mausoleum & the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations are both in this capital
    $400 25
"Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's" this beer mug with a hinged lid
    $600 4
"African Slavery in America", a 1770s article by this noted pamphleteer, railed against the practice
    $600 16
This director was the first recipient of the honorary Golden Globe that's named for him
    $600 18
Fusilli & rotini are both traditional pastas in this shape
    $600 21
To the Beatles, it's "a warm gun"; to Charles Schulz, "a warm puppy"
    $600 10
Its location among oases & its natural fertility earned this Saudi capital its name, from the Arabic for "meadows"
    $600 26
"Harry Potter & the Deathly" these braided breads for the Jewish Sabbath
    $800 5
In the 1780s this Kentucky frontiersman began serving in several offices, including sheriff & deputy surveyor
    $800 14
The Moonman is the statuette coveted at these MTV awards
    $800 19
A classic beverage of Peru is chicha de jora, a brew made from this grain that's been fermented
    $800 22
Locusts are actually short-horned ones of these insects
    $800 9
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was born in this world capital
    $800 27
"Harry Potter & the Prisoner of" this Mexican Pacific Ocean resort city of Sinaloa state
    $1000 6
This southernmost colony was the only one not represented at the first Continental Congress in 1774
    $1000 15
This top prize of the Cannes Film Festival plays tribute to the city's coat of arms
    $1000 20
To change the president's opinion, in 1990 Campbell's relaunched cream of this soup with a recipe contest
    DD: $2,000 23
Belgium has 2 main ethnic groups, the Flemings & this French-speaking people
    $1000 12
It replaced Rawalpindi as a national capital
    $1000 28
"Harry Potter &" this Arizona-based online school that has had over 200,000 students at one time

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

Dennis Tina Austin
$2,000 -$200 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Tina Austin
$3,000 $1,400 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

"O" YES, OPERA!
INSECTS
SPORTS ABBREV.
EPONYMS
DEFINING OUR RELATIONSHIP
LET'S SET SOME BOUNDARIES
    $400 11
Rossini operized this Shakespeare play about a jealous lover
    $400 16
Mantis religiosa is a scientific name for this insect
    $400 1
In the 2005-06 season, LeBron James averaged 42.5 MPG--that's not miles per gallon but this
    $400 10
This toy we throw around was based on a tin pie plate made by & named for a Connecticut baker
    $400 21
What Ares was to Zeus
    $400 28
The Phoenicians put silver columns on this "rock" & on the African shore to mark the Mediterranean's safe boundary
    $800 12
Citrus growers competed to advertise at the premiere of "The Love for Three" these
    $800 17
Seen here, it's the stage of moth development between larva and adult
    $800 2
In hockey, PP is this situation in which a penalty gives one team more players than the other
    DD: $6,500 9
Leo Hirschfield named this oblong chewy candy after what he called his daughter Clara
    $800 22
Regan to Cordelia
    $800 30
A 1988 presidential order extended the boundary of these waters belonging to the U.S. from 3 miles to 12 miles offshore
    $1200 13
A comic operetta by Offenbach tells the story of this hero of myth "in the Underworld"
    $1200 18
The Aedes genus of this insect carries dengue & encephalitis
    $1200 3
Jim Courier & Steffi Graf are members of the ITHF, this
    $1200 7
In the 1950s an Israeli army captain won a competition by creating this submachine gun named for him
    $1200 23
Junior Soprano to Tony Soprano
    $1200 29
George H.W. Bush metaphorically drew one of these boundaries in 1990 prior to the first Gulf War conflict
    $1600 14
In 1727 Vivaldi made this man "Furioso"
    $1600 19
To avoid predators, a type of cockroach glows green to mimic the click type of this--why not just click?
    $1600 4
Mariano Rivera & Goose Gossage are among those who have been charged with BS, "blown" this
    $1600 6
This scarf worn as a tie is French for a Croatian; Croatians serving France wore them in the 30 Years' War
    $1600 24
Charlotte Haze to Lolita
    DD: $6,500 26
The Mason-Dixon Line was originally the boundary between these 2 states
    $2000 15
Oh boy! The title role in Verdi's first opera is an Italian count who shares his name with this sausage & jerky maker
    $2000 20
Some birds put ants in their feathers, maybe because the ants spray this caustic acid, killing parasites
    $2000 5
In cricket, a batsman can be dismissed (that's cricket talk for "out") for LBW, "leg before" this
    $2000 8
This word for boastful swagger isn't from Italian but from a character in "The Faerie Queene"
    $2000 25
Kublai Khan to Genghis Khan
    $2000 27
The PBL, or planetary boundary layer, is a region of this lowest part of the Earth's atmosphere

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Tina Austin
$3,400 $6,600 $26,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
At the Women in I.T. Awards in 2017, the head of MI-6 said today the real version of the character known by this letter is female

Final scores:

Dennis Tina Austin
$836 $6,000 $36,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $36,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dennis Tina Austin
$3,400 $8,600 $15,400
14 R,
7 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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