Show #7832 - Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Contestants

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Kirsten Morry, a lawyer from St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Cody Landis, a registered nurse from New York, New York

Doug Dodson, a classical singer from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

OCTOBER OBSERVANCES
SAILING INTO HISTORY
PORTUGUESE PRIMER
GEMS & JEWELS
WEIRD AL-CHEMY
(Alex: We'll give you a Weird Al song, and you tell us the artist it parodies.)
AT THE ZOO
    $200 7
The U.K. celebrates this fruit's day on October 21; events include the Longest Peel competition
    $200 12
This little lady that sailed with Columbus was originally named the Santa Clara
    $200 6
Boa tarde is said when someone is wishing you to have a "good" this part of the day
    $200 21
The orient is the term for the surface iridescence of this mollusk product
    $200 26
"Like A Surgeon"
    $200 1
The zoo in Wellington, New Zealand works to preserve this national bird & other endangered native animals
    $400 8
In tribute to this man, the U.N. declared his birthday, October 2, International Day of Non-Violence
    $400 13
The 1915 sinking of this ocean liner heightened tensions between the U.S. & Germany
    $400 17
No animals are killed in the tourada, the Portuguese version of this event
    $400 22
This gem scores a perfect 10 on the Mohs hardness scale
    $400 27
"Eat It"
    $400 2
A pioneer in cageless exhibits, this southern California zoo founded in 1916 is home to more than 650 species
    $600 9
Bring Fido & Felix to the Blessing of the Animals on October 4, the feast day of this saint
    $600 14
It's said to have gotten its famous nickname after British shot bounced off its wooden hull in 1812
    $600 18
A necessity on sunny days is um oleo de bronzear, which is this
    $600 23
Turquoise is a December birthstone; March has this other watery blue gem with a "Q" in its name
    $600 28
"Canadian Idiot"
    $600 3
Don't worry if we miss the Aldabra variety of these reptiles on our visit to Central Florida Zoo--they can live to be 200!
    $800 10
The invention of this language's alphabet by King Sejong on Oct. 8, 1446 is observed annually
    $800 15
Tainted borscht led to a 1905 mutiny on this Russian battleship, an event made into a movie in 1925
    $800 19
Feliz aniversario! means happy birthday, while feliz Pascoa! means this
    $800 24
The top selling yellow gem--its name reflects its lemony color
    $800 29
"I Love Rocky Road"
    DD: $1,000 4
This capital's zoo was created from the personal animal collection of King William IV of Prussia
    $1000 11
October 10 is "World" this "Health Day", but it doesn't mean you're supposed to take one to skip work
    $1000 16
In 1717 Blackbeard converted a captured French slave ship & named it this late queen's "Revenge"
    $1000 20
The national emotion is saudade, a form of this, from the Greek for "return home"
    $1000 25
Iggy Azalea's real first name is this, a purple gemstone
    $1000 30
"I Want A New Duck"
    $1000 5
200 rubles gains you admission to Russia's Novosibirsk Zoo & its many exotic animals, such as this feline hybrid

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

Doug Cody Kirsten
$3,600 $4,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Cody Kirsten
$6,800 $8,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH ARTISTS
A LITTLE DRY
LARGEST CITIES
THE BROADWAY PLAY'S PREMIERE CAST
BOOKS OF THE 1940s
AFTER THE ZOO
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that comes after the word "zoo" in the dictionary.)
    $400 25
This painter of "Water Lilies" met Renoir when the 2 were students in the same painter's studio
    $400 20
In the book "Dr. No", James Bond asks for a dry one of these "with a slice of lemon peel. Shaken and not stirred"
    $400 10
The largest cities in Maine & Oregon share this name
    $400 7
1980:
Tim Curry as Mozart, Ian McKellen as Salieri
    $400 1
The basis for "The King and I" was the 1944 bestseller "Anna and the King of" this place
    $400 3
It's packed with Vitamin A & is low in calories
    $800 26
Ingres & David both worked in this "new" style based on antiquity that made use of crisp outlines
    $800 21
In babies, dry mouth & few or no tears when crying can signal this 11-letter condition
    $800 9
This largest city in Alabama was named for the second largest city in the United Kingdom
    $800 8
1963:
Kirk Douglas as Randle McMurphy, Gene Wilder as Billy Bibbit
    $800 2
Among the objects mentioned in this beloved bedtime story are "a comb and a brush and a bowl full of mush"
    $800 14
About 400,000 live in this Swiss city, a major international financial center
    $1200 27
Fragonard's works like "The Swing", seen here, exemplify this frothy style that originated in Paris
    $1200 22
To perk up flavor, a mixture of seasonings can be applied to food before grilling, using a dry one of these
    $1200 6
The largest city in southern Germany, it's also the largest city & capital of Bavaria
    $1200 18
1959:
Sidney Poitier as Walter Lee Younger, Ruby Dee as Ruth Younger
    $1200 11
3 of the top 10 nonfiction bestsellers of 1949 dealt with this Spanish-named rummy game
    DD: $3,000 15
A fertilized egg before it becomes an embryo
    $1600 28
After seeing open warfare in the streets of Paris in 1830, Delacroix began his allegory of her "Leading the People"
    $1600 23
In 2001 David Letterman said the drought meant Hooters was having this type of contest
    $1600 5
Guayaquil is this country's largest city as well as its leading manufacturing center
    $1600 19
1988:
John Lithgow as Rene Gallimard, B.D. Wong as Song Liling
    DD: $2,000 12
In Chapter 1 of this Betty Smith novel, we're told that the one in Francie Nolan's yard "was neither a pine nor a hemlock"
    $1600 16
Unlike other nearby groups, they built their pueblos from stones & plaster, not adobe brick
    $2000 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an example of chronophotography on the monitor.) In the 1880s, Etienne-Jules Marey developed chronophotography, in which the entire sequence of a movement was captured in a single image, inspiring the superimposed images of a figure descending a staircase in the 1912 painting by this French artist
    $2000 24
Rhyming term for the type of fishing seen here, with the lure above the water so you can see all the action
    $2000 4
This largest city in the U.S. Virgin Islands was named for the wife of a Danish king
    $2000 13
This Camus novel was originally published in 1947 as "La Peste"
    $2000 17
A traditional Japanese sandal much like a flip-flop

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Cody Kirsten
$15,000 $12,000 $2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR HYPHENATES
This actor has never been nominated for acting--he won, though, as a writer for 1997 & as a producer for 2012

Final scores:

Doug Cody Kirsten
$5,999 $4,001 $0
2-day champion: $21,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug Cody Kirsten
$13,200 $11,800 $1,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $26,600

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