Show #7622 - Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Contestants

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Byron Merrill, a network engineer from Lincoln, Nebraska

Patrick Theobald, a product manager from Nashville, Tennessee

Anand Kandaswamy, an economist from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $35,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT HAPPENED WHEN?
BUSINESS PAIRINGS
FACTS & FIGURES
VOLCANOES
FOREWORDS
AFTER WORDS
    $200 16
On December 17, 1992, this agreement was signed by the leaders of three countries
    $200 3
Retailer:
____ & Fitch
    $200 6
Members of this religion make up about 60% of Utah's population
    $200 26
Viewing the sunrise from the summit of this peak has a special Japanese name, goraiko
    $200 11
In the foreword to the oral history of this show, Jon Stewart says, "I don't miss the grind. I miss my friends"
    $200 21
Another term for trailers in the cinema are these "attractions"
    $400 17
On Halloween 2012 the New York Stock Exchange reopened after being closed for 2 days due to this weather event
    $400 1
Always in fashion:
Dolce & ____
    $400 7
Anatomically speaking, while narrower than the large one, the small one of these is 17 feet longer
    $400 27
Soon after this volcano erupted in 1980, the city of Spokane was plunged into darkness due to the ash
    $400 12
Charles Schulz wrote about this strip, "I like the thin little arms on Calvin & his shoes that look like dinner rolls"
    $400 22
Get fancy & use this French word for "after", especially if you've just gone skiing
    DD: $1,800 18
Discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930, it got a big demotion in 2006
    $600 2
Sparkling wine producer:
Martini & ____
    $600 8
Japan has about 1,500 of these a year but the one at 2:46 P.M. March 11, 2011 was the country's largest ever
    $600 28
Many of the tourists flocking to this country NW of Panama visit the national park named for Irazu volcano
    $600 13
Ang Lee writes that in this film Heath Ledger "makes the audience feel the emotions that his character cannot express"
    $600 23
urbandictionary.com defines this 4-letter word meaning "in the near future" as "when we feel like it"
    $800 19
On February 8, 1587 it was off with her head at Fotheringhay Castle after 19 years of imprisonment
    $800 4
Sons of guns who partnered up in 1852:
Smith & ____
    $800 9
Thanks to 25 million donors, over $3 billion has been raised via this website for various personal causes
    $800 29
The only volcano to have erupted on Europe's mainland in the last 100 years; its slopes once gave refuge to Spartacus
    $800 14
In a foreword to "The Big Bands", this legendary singer said, "My greatest teacher was...Tommy Dorsey...on the trombone"
    $800 24
This 2-word Latin phrase translates as "after this" but is generally used to mean "done with hindsight"
    $1000 20
In 1810 Napoleon, divorced from Josephine, married this archduchess with whom he would have a son
    $1000 5
"Purveyors of fine food":
____ & DeLuca
    $1000 10
It extends for more than 1,300 miles & is home to over 1,500 species of fish & 3,000 types of mollusks
    $1000 30
Almost a perfect cone, Mount Mayon on this largest Philippine island is the nation's most active volcano
    $1000 15
In the foreword to "The Long Run", this CEO remarked about how writer Mishka Shubaly was helped by Kindle Singles
    $1000 25
Without a direct object, this verb can mean "to win"; with one, it can mean "to replace someone in a position"

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

Anand Patrick Byron
$2,800 $1,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anand Patrick Byron
$3,200 $5,800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

GREAT BOOKS OF SCIENCE
CUBAN FOOD & DRINK
ART
WORD TO THE Y_Ys
FILMS OF THE 1960s
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOMINEES
(Alex: Not winners.)
    $400 24
Charles Darwin became famous when he let people read his diary--of his voyage aboard this craft
    $400 18
The snack called tostones is double-fried green these banana relatives
    $400 10
Ponder this--"Le Penseur" is the French name for this famous sculpture
    $400 13
Happening once in one trip around the sun
    $400 3
"Walk, Don't Run", Cary Grant's last film, is set in Tokyo in 1964 during this quadrennial sporting event
    $400 23
This woman overcame blindness & deafness to be nominated 4 times in the 1950s
    $800 28
1632's "Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems" got him in trouble with the Catholic church
    $800 19
Legend says a toast celebrating the end of the Spanish-American war gave this rum & Coke drink its name
    $800 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) In one of his Vatican palace frescoes, called "Parnassus", Raphael celebrated poets both ancient and more recent, with Apollo and the Muses in the center, and in the group here, Dante and Virgil, behind the back of this blind bard
    $800 14
Leslie Patricelli teaches kids about opposites with the board book "Yummy" this adjective
    $800 1
The inspiration for this 1969 film was a photograph Peter Fonda saw of himself & Bruce Dern riding a motorcycle
    $800 11
This Italian educator received nominations in each of the 3 years before her 1952 death
    $1200 27
Written around 350 B.C., this Greek's work "Physics" held sway over science for 2,000 years
    $1200 20
One of Cuba's most popular cocktails, it of course uses rum, the national drink, along with lime juice, sugar & mint leaves
    DD: $3,200 7
In 2013 one of his black-&-white paintings of a Coca-Cola bottle sold at auction for over $57 million
    $1200 15
It's memorably used by "cowboy" Bruce Willis in "Die Hard"
    $1200 2
Voice actors of this Disney film included Phil Harris as Baloo & Louis Prima as King Louie of the apes
    $1200 12
The World Association for this new language received more than 100 nominations in the '50s & '60s, but it never won
    $1600 26
Richard Dawkins changed evolutionary biology with "The Selfish" this
    $1600 8
Though he appears more to be smiling, the man in the Franz Hals painting is portrayed as this cavalier
    $1600 16
Undesirable "off-flavors" in brewing beer include grassy, skunky, & this adjective
    $1600 4
British pop singer Lulu had a small role in this 1967 film & also sang the title song
    DD: $2,600 21
Many attempts to get this man the award for creating the Boy Scouts were unsuccessful
    $2000 25
Named for a goddess mother, this 1979 work laid out the idea of Earth as a single, interconnected unit
    $2000 9
One of this British sculptor's large reclining figures can be seen in a reflecting pool at Lincoln Center
    $2000 17
This word is in the title of Garson Kanin's play about Billie Dawn, the seemingly dumb blonde mistress of a junk tycoon
    $2000 5
A casino heist was the focus of this film starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
    $2000 22
More than a dozen people, including Albert Schweitzer, nominated this cellist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anand Patrick Byron
$21,000 $7,800 $6,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LETTER PERFECT
George Eastman called it "a strong, incisive sort of letter"

Final scores:

Anand Patrick Byron
$22,000 $14,800 $7,801
3-day champion: $57,001 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anand Patrick Byron
$18,000 $6,600 $6,800
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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