Show #7825 - Friday, September 21, 2018

Kyle Jones game 8.

Contestants

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Dino Alexander, a medical lab scientist from Fayetteville, North Carolina

Rob Salerno, a writer-actor from Los Angeles, California

Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado (whose 7-day cash winnings total $145,403)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOT, COLD OR IN BETWEEN
TERMS IN HISTORY
HELP ME WITH THE TITLE
CHRIS P.
OUTSIDE
TENDER INSIDE
    $200 8
Heard at this event "honoring" Charlie Sheen:
"You're the black sheep of a family responsible for 3 'Mighty Ducks' movies"
    $200 1
The South African War, fought from 1899 to 1902, was also known as this war or the Anglo-this war
    $200 23
Shakespeare "Comedy" involving 2 pairs of twins
    $200 4
In the movies, this actor has paid several visits to the final frontier
    $200 15
This 9-letter word can mean a stroll or an outdoor area for such a stroll; it's also a formal dance
    $200 2
Campfire & Jet-Puffed are brands of this sweet that's gooey on the inside
    $400 9
Said one way, it means not extreme; another, to preside over a debate
    $400 3
Meaning "catastrophe", Shoah is the Hebrew name for this devastating period of genocide & persecution
    $400 24
Max sails off to this place, the title of a classic by Maurice Sendak, but is home in time for supper
    $400 10
In TV ads, this Houston Rockets guard was there to assist you with all your insurance needs along with his "twin", Cliff
    $400 17
Climbing the "Seven Summits", the highest on each continent, includes 16,000' Vinson Massif on this continent
    $400 18
This type of tender, airy cake is the basis of angel food cake as well as Boston cream pie
    $600 11
A non-abominable snowman, or a dessert at Wendy's
    $600 5
The Vikings came from the north of France & their descendants included William the Conqueror
    $600 25
These 2 title words describe Sarah, who travels to the prairie to be a farmer's wife
    $600 12
As Cyril Figgis, Chris Parnell got a "Chekhov" gun from this animated spy: "Careful, it could go off for, like, no reason"
    $600 19
Of the 2 main types of softball, this one uses 9 players per side like baseball
    $600 22
This doubly French-named boneless cut of beef is very tender but not as flavorful as other steaks
    $800 13
This 5-letter word is both lukewarm & apathetic
    $800 6
During the English Civil War, the Parliamentarians were given this derisive nickname for their close-cropped hair
    $800 26
William S. Burroughs got this title from Jack Kerouac
    $800 16
The 9 days this actor worked on "All the Money in the World" were well spent: he got an Oscar nomination
    $800 20
On your next beach vacation, make sure your bindings are tight for this activity
    $800 29
Meuniere is a popular preparation for the Dover type of this flatfish with a delicate texture
    $1000 14
We give the mild weather you might find in Florida a "B"-plus, this adjective
    DD: $1,000 7
This adjective meaning "Germanic" is the name of a medieval order of knights founded by Germans in the holy land
    $1000 27
It was the sequel to "The Winds of War"
    $1000 28
Classical guitarist Christopher Parkening was 16 in 1964 when he got a spot in a master class taught by this Spaniard
    $1000 21
A traceur is a practitioner of this gymnastic urban running & jumping pastime

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kyle Rob Dino
$4,000 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Rob Dino
$4,200 $3,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

IT'S A BIBLICAL THING
COUNTRIES WITH FEWER THAN 1 MILLION PEOPLE
LINES FROM THE TV COMEDY
ONE GIANT LEAP
SENATORS IN THE 115th CONGRESS
ALTERNATIVES TO COACHELLA?
    $400 9
When the shepherds get to see newborn Jesus in Bethlehem, they find him lying in this trough
    $400 2
The 750,000 people of Bhutan live in these mountains, which include the 24,800-foot Gangkar Puensum
    $400 8
"You're the secretary to the vice president. That's like being Garfunkel's roadie"
    $400 20
Raise a toast to this man for his 19th century discoveries in microbiology & for saving the French wine industry
    $400 1
She was the Boston Globe Magazine's Bostonian of the Year for 2009
    $400 25
This king of Wakanda is the alter ego of the Black Panther
    $800 12
Noah figures out that the waters have receded after seeing this type of leaf in the mouth of a dove
    $800 3
Winter sports & duty-free shopping lure 8 million tourists a year to this 76,000-strong nation of the Pyrenees
    $800 10
Dwight:
"I'm all about loyalty... I'm going wherever they value loyalty the most"
    $800 21
Around 150 A.D. while working at this library city, Ptolemy wrote "Guide to Geography", the first of its kind
    $800 4
(House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi gives the clue.) Currently the longest-serving Republican in the Senate is this man from Utah who has announced he'll step down at the end of his term, after 4 decades of service
    $800 26
A Grimm fairy tale says, "As...she always looked dusty and dirty, they called her" this name
    $1200 14
He pushes on 2 pillars & brings the house down for some sweet revenge in Judges 16
    $1200 5
Suriname's citizens converse in Taki-Taki Creole, English & this official language
    $1200 17
Alec Baldwin on this show: "Yes, my daughter is Canadian American but I'm going to treat her just like a human baby"
    $1200 22
In the 18th century Thomas Newcomen & James Watt developed this source of power
    $1200 11
The 2 independents in the current Senate are Angus King Jr. of Maine & this guy from a nearby state
    $1200 27
Braiding is one way to make this Sabbath staple
    DD: $3,500 15
In 1 Samuel David pulls 5 of these from a brook; they will come in handy
    $1600 6
The small African nation of Djibouti has a strategic location on this sea
    $1600 18
"Have you seen that movie? Maris & I rented the video. I don't mind telling you, we pushed our beds together that night"
    $1600 23
His important experiments included launching the 1st successful liquid propellant rocket; it only traveled 184 feet
    $1600 13
In April of 2018, she became the first sitting U.S. senator to give birth
    $1600 28
This word precedes "leopard dog" in the name of the official pooch of Louisiana
    $2000 16
In legend this weapon that pierced Jesus' side has become one "of destiny" that confers superpowers
    DD: $3,000 7
This European country has about 33,000 people; the country that completely surrounds it has about 60 million
    $2000 19
On this '90s show:
"I can handle it. 'Handle' is my middle name. Actually, it's the middle part of my first name"
    $2000 24
In the '70s Dennis Ritchie created this computer language & your web browser is likely written in it or in it "++"
    $2000 30
She's the main (well, senior) senator from Maine
    $2000 29
A town in Italy gave its name to this dance, once thought to be the remedy for the painful bite of a large, hairy spider

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Rob Dino
$10,600 $24,300 $7,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COLOR ETYMOLOGY
This word for a gem & a shade of blue derives from the name of a Eurasian country from which gems came to Western Europe

Final scores:

Kyle Rob Dino
$5,600 $22,100 $4,599
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,100 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Rob Dino
$10,600 $21,400 $7,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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