Show #7821 - Monday, September 17, 2018

Kyle Jones game 4.

Contestants

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Reese Wallace, an editor from Orlando, Florida

Christine O'Donnell, a philanthropic advisor from Elmwood Park, New Jersey

Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

LETTUCE BEGIN
A BIT O' BRIT LIT
SHOW BOATS
(Alex: We'll give you the boat. You tell us the show.)
COMPAN"EE"S
REGIONAL VOCABULARY
STATE SONGS
(Alex: And we want you, of course, to identify the state.)
    $200 21
We'll begin by washing the lettuce & drying it in this alliterative item
    $200 26
An alternate title of this Agatha Christie mystery was "Murder in the Calais Coach"
    $200 16
The S.S. Minnow, not long afloat
    $200 11
Ice cream compan"ee"s include Tastee Freez, Fosters Freeze & this regal one founded in 1940
    $200 6
In parts of the South, bapsousing means to do this by dunking
    $200 1
"The skyline piercing Providence, the state house dome so rare"
    $400 22
Lettuce begin with a wedge salad, traditionally made with a hunk of this crisp, cold lettuce
    $400 27
This 14th century poet created the oft-widowed wife of Bath
    $400 17
Sonny Crockett's boat, the St. Vitus Dance
    $400 12
A 1995 merger added "Martin" to the name of this aerospace company
    $400 7
In some places you ditch or skip; in Utah sluff is what you do if you don't go to this
    $400 2
"God, in his great love and wisdom, made the rugged Granite State"
    $600 23
We'll dress our lettuce with extra virgin olive oil & this vinegar from Modena, Italy
    $600 28
In a Thomas Hardy novel, this "Obscure" guy is warned that "the Fawleys were not made for wedlock"
    $600 18
A reality show debuting in 2005:
A bunch of boats operating out of Dutch Harbor, Alaska
    $600 13
This chain's first drugstore opened in Chicago in 1901
    $600 8
A big-in-Wisconsin alternative to "yard sale" or "garage sale", it implies that you pick through the offerings
    $600 3
"I love your old gray missions, love your vineyards stretching far"
    $800 24
The owner of the Brown Derby in Hollywood got his name on this salad with lettuce, bacon, chicken, eggs & blue cheese
    $800 29
In 1907 this Bombay-born Englishman who celebrated the empire won the Nobel Prize for Literature
    $800 19
The USS Nathan James, whose crew has survived a global pandemic
    $800 14
This seed seller says it never has & never will sell GMOs
    $800 9
In the Plains states, a black blizzard was one of these storms
    DD: $1,200 4
"In its fair western home, may the columbine bloom til our great mountain rivers run dry"
    $1000 25
Here's a bunch of this lettuce named for its soft texture
    $1000 30
Arrr! He's the leader of the pirates in Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island"
    $1000 20
The Pacific Princess, exciting & new in 1977
    $1000 15
In 1933 R.G. Dun & Company merged with this rival
    $1000 10
Folks in Portland, Oregon may not go to the beach or to the shore but to this--presumably the left one
    $1000 5
"Tell me of that Treasure State, story always new, tell of its beauties grand and its hearts so true"

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

Kyle Christine Reese
$5,200 $1,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Christine Reese
$8,800 $3,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SPECIFIC GENERAL HISTORY
MAMMALS
RHYMING TERMS STARTING WITH "H"
STRIPES ON THE FLAG
JUST FOR REFERENCE
REINSTATE SONGS
    $400 1
A brigadier gen. at 23, he distinguished himself at Gettysburg, but things didn't go as well for him in the Montana territory
    $400 26
Beware of dog, especially this wild predator of Australia
    $400 16
The long-haired flower children of the 1960s were sometimes described this way
    $400 11
The Gambia's flag has stripes of red, green & this color that represents the Gambia River
    $400 4
The history of this judicial body's work is on view at oyez.org
    $400 21
In the title of a 1979 No. 1, Peaches & Herb were this, like East & West Germany 11 years later
    $800 2
This general got his 5th star in December 1944, but that wouldn't be his last government job
    $800 27
This largest South American member of the camel family makes a good guard animal for sheep & other livestock
    $800 17
A magician might say these magic words
    DD: $3,200 12
Stripes were added for Vermont & Kentucky, so the star-spangled banner that flew over Fort McHenry had this many
    $800 5
This music trade magazine that dates back to 1894 has an online database of historical record charts
    $800 22
"Oh, baby, give me one more chance", the Jackson 5 sang in this plea, their first No. 1 hit
    DD: $1,000 3
Known by a "colorful" nickname, he got the rank of General of the Armies of the U.S. in September 1919
    $1200 28
In the 1920s the University of Michigan tried using a live pair of these as its mascots; not a great idea
    $1200 18
If the camera is moving around way too much, the image is said to be this; I'm getting sick
    $1200 13
It's 3 times the fun--the flags of these 3 Baltic states all have 3 stripes
    $1200 6
In 2010 a reference work by this naturalist with 435 hand-colored prints sold for a record $11.5 million
    $1200 24
1, 2, 3, they gonna run back to her:
Elle King's former lovers all wanted to be reinstated in this 2015 hit
    $1600 9
In March 2018 this 3-star general advised the nation he'd no longer serve as national security advisor
    $1600 29
Found at high elevations, it's the 4-letter rabbit & hare relative seen here
    $1600 19
Quit looking at me that way! It's creepy & it's giving me these
    $1600 14
Used since 1790, France's tricolor may stand for the colors of Paris & this royal house
    $1600 7
Examine 250,000 research studies on conditions from asthma to Zika at thesetrials.gov
    $1600 23
"I just called to say I love you, come back home", she duetted with Kid Rock in the 2002 hit "Picture"
    $2000 10
He said overseeing writing of the war history in Europe in 1945 was like being an "undertaker at my own funeral"; it wasn't far off
    $2000 30
Sadly, less than 30 years after it was discovered, Steller's this aquatic mammal was hunted to extinction
    $2000 20
An adjective for a gadget that's extra useful & convenient
    $2000 15
Head toward central Asia & the far end of the alphabet to get to this former Soviet republic & now independent nation
    $2000 8
What's another word for lexicon? Look one up in this landmark book of synonyms from 1852
    $2000 25
"Got him back in my arms again, so satisfied", sang this trio in a 1965 chart-topper

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Christine Reese
$17,600 $9,000 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY NOVELS
"I've killed my brother" is said near the end of this 1952 book with a Biblical title & a plot echoing a Biblical story

Final scores:

Kyle Christine Reese
$24,801 $2 $0
4-day champion: $83,601 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Christine Reese
$17,200 $10,000 $10,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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