Show #7822 - Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Kyle Jones game 5. Alex has a goatee.

Contestants

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Raymond Quianzon, a retired tax attorney from Washington, D.C.

Emily Brown, a pastor from Hastings-on-Hudson, New York

Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado (whose 4-day cash winnings total $83,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
ONE-SYLLABLE CITIES
QROSSWORD QLUES "Q"
PSA MASCOTS
WHAT'S THAT ON YOUR SHELF?
FILMMAKERS FROM MEXICO
    $200 16
Before she passed away in 2018, she told son Jeb she believed she was going to a "beautiful place"
    $200 1
As the old saying goes, this city "wasn't built in a day"
    $200 5
Little game bird
(5)
    $200 21
Here are Vince & Larry, two of these 3-word guys who helped America use seat belts
    $200 11
You have a "Star Wars" version of this classic board game?! Look, Hoth & Bespin are on either side of the Jail space!
    $200 26
Sonora-born Bill Melendez directed "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" & voiced this 4-footed character
    $400 17
Melania Trump, the first First Lady born abroad since Louisa Adams, hails from this country next door to Croatia
    $400 2
In 2016 a state of emergency was declared over lead contamination in this Michigan city's water
    $400 6
Nauseated
(6)
    $400 22
This crime dog is hungry for justice
    $400 12
How on earth did you get this ex-Laker's Oscar that he won for "Dear Basketball"? & how did Shaq not win from "Kazaam"?!
    $400 27
Actor Diego Luna stepped behind the camera to make a 2014 biopic of this United Farm Workers founder
    $600 18
In 2006 this former First Lady was ordained a deacon at a Baptist church in Plains, Georgia
    $600 3
This city on the French Riviera has been hosting its famous film festival for over 70 years
    $600 7
Flavor-ful physics particle
(5)
    $600 23
Daren the Lion, D.A.R.E.'s mascot, wants you to say no to these
    $600 13
Is that the actual flag that was raised in Joe Rosenthal's Pulitzer-winning pic taken on Feb. 23, 1945 at this place?
    $600 28
Alfonso Arau directed the adaptation of his wife's novel "Como Agua Para Chocolate", this in English
    $800 19
At 80, she was still a beloved member of Washington society, when Mathew Brady made this daguerreotype of her
    DD: $1,000 4
Hanseong & Gyeongseong are former names of this world capital
    $800 9
To guzzle
(5)
    $800 24
From one of this owl's songs:
"Never be a dirty bird; in the city or in the woods, help keep America looking good"
    $800 14
A degree from this private university in New Orleans, founded as the Medical College of Louisiana in 1834? Impressive
    $800 29
Emanuel Lubezki won Oscars in 3 straight years in cinematography, ending with this DiCaprio vs. bear film
    $1000 20
It was the occupation of Abigail Fillmore, the first First Lady to hold a paying job after marriage
    $1000 8
A huge Reformation monument stands in this city where Martin Luther stood before the diet in 1521
    $1000 10
Astringent fruit
(6)
    $1000 25
Sparky, this dog breed, is the official mascot of the National Fire Protection Association
    $1000 15
A bobblehead of this chocolatier & philanthropist--cool giveaway from a Lancaster Barnstormers game

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

Kyle Emily Raymond
$3,400 $3,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Emily Raymond
$6,200 $4,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOT YOUR EVERYDAY WORDS
I GOT YOUR BOOK
NEON
THE LETTERS OF THE LAW
TOMB RAIDER
'90s SONGS FOR OLYMPIC SKATERS
    $400 6
A bumbershoot is one of these; Mary Poppins made a memorable entrance using one
    $400 11
Using the pen name Robert Markham, Kingsley Amis wrote the first James Bond story not penned by this man
    $400 21
Neon lighting was introduced in France in 1910 & true neon signs are only of this color
    $400 1
Helping everyone breathe easier when it was passed in 1970:
CAA
    $400 16
Looted from an Etruscan tomb, the Euphronios Krater was returned to this country in 2008
    $400 25
The title of this biggest hit by House of Pain is too on point not to use
    $800 7
Mx. is a title that you can use when referring to someone when you don't know this about them
    $800 12
Completes the title of David Lagercrantz' book that continued Stieg Larsson's series, "The Girl in..."
    $800 22
This western U.S. city has a museum featuring a "neon boneyard", an outdoor exhibit of old signs dating back to the 1930s
    DD: $2,000 2
1973 pro-animal legislation:
ESA
    $800 17
In 1876 the Secret Service foiled a plot to remove this president's remains from his tomb in Springfield, Ill.
    $800 27
Let EMF describe your incredible routine in a single word with this up-tempo 1991 hit; "The things...you say...you're" this
    $1200 8
Glabrous means this; if you have a glabrous dog, grooming will be a breeze
    $1200 13
Known for "The Andromeda Strain", this late author had help from Richard Preston with 2011's "Micro"
    $1200 23
The first neon sign in this London "Circus" advertised Bovril, a beef gloop the British love
    $1200 3
Changing the curriculum in 2001:
NCLB
    DD: $4,000 18
16th century knights tried to plunder this tomb in Halicarnassus, but it had already been looted
    $1200 28
Cover any falls with "I get knocked down, but I get up again you're never gonna keep me down!" by this rhyming-name band
    $1600 9
A woodpusher is a weak player of this game
    $1600 14
Prolific Brandon Sanderson put more on his plate, helping Robert Jordan finish the fantasy series "The Wheel of" this
    $1600 24
George Benson reminded us in song that "they say the neon lights are bright on" this thoroughfare
    $1600 4
A dam fine act from 1933:
TVA
    $1600 19
On Feb. 17, 2009, the centennial of Geronimo's death, his descendants sued this Yale secret society for taking his remains
    $1600 29
The Goo Goo Dolls get to skating basics in a 1998 hit that says, "I wanna wake up where you are...so why don't you" do this
    $2000 10
Snickersnee refers to one of these; in "Jabberwocky", one went "snicker-snack"
    $2000 15
Michael Pietsch, editor for this late "Infinite Jest" scribe, organized "The Pale King" into a 2011 work
    $2000 26
A refrigerant 40 times more efficient than liquid helium, neon is often used in this process of freezing bodies
    $2000 5
1919 killjoy law enforcing Prohibition:
VA
    $2000 20
In the 1100s B.C. robbing of royal tombs in this ancient Upper Egyptian capital was already a problem

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Emily Raymond
$15,800 $12,000 $4,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMAL CHARACTERS
Items bought by this predator:
iron bird seed, an iron carrot, earthquake pills & dehydrated boulders

Final scores:

Kyle Emily Raymond
$24,001 $15,599 $4,599
5-day champion: $107,602 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Emily Raymond
$14,600 $15,800 $4,200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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