Show #7870 - Friday, November 23, 2018

Contestants

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J Cheema, a marketing and strategy consultant from Portland, Oregon

Jennifer Hoosier, a university administrator from Tucker, Georgia

Mary Ann Borer, a marketing coordinator from Pomona, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $86,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

VISITING ATLANTA
THE DAYTIME EMMYS
GOVERNORS
BATTLES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
COSTS A LITTLE EXTRA
ONE I IS ENOUGH
(Alex: Each correct response will have only one "I" as its vowel.)
    $200 3
His crypt, in a reflecting pool, is engraved, "Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty, I'm free at last"
    $200 13
In 2013 George Lucas said the Emmy for a cartoon based on this film series was the 2nd award he'd ever won
    $200 28
The 48th governor of this state, Greg Abbott, looks kind of like the 46th, George W. Bush
    $200 20
A British effort to march on Concord & destroy colonial guns & ammo led to the first battle of the war, in April of this year
    $200 4
Be sure to tip these folks who park your car for you at a restaurant
    $200 1
A medieval rank, sir
    $400 14
Maybe you'll crack the secret recipe when you visit the "World of" this soft drink
    $400 15
This host danced away with her first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Talk Show in 2004
    $400 18
A typical recent headline in the New York Daily News: Mayor de Blasio & this man "Squabble Over Who Funds Subway Work"
    $400 21
The Battle of Rhode Island ended inconclusively after this country, our new ally, withdrew its fleet for repairs
    $400 5
I like tomatoes & other produce grown this natural way, without chemical pesticides or fertilizers
    $400 12
If a woman is "with" this, she's eating for 2
    $600 16
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre stood in on this TV show as the CDC, which didn't solve the zombie problem
    $600 24
In 2015 Anthony Geary checked in to his 8th Emmy for his work on this show, then checked out to go live in Amsterdam
    $600 17
Jim Justice is West Virginia's governor & the state's only resident with this 10-figure economic status
    $600 25
In May of 1780, the British captured this Southern city, forcing the surrender of 3,000 American soldiers
    $600 6
Job of Roberto Cavalli; it comes before "jeans" that are not to be worn while pitching hay
    $600 2
A precipice or ledge
    $800 22
A VIP tour of its headquarters includes a visit to the HLN control room
    $800 26
Her command of everyday Italian got her named Outstanding Lifestyle Host in 2008
    $800 9
Mary Fallin, first female gov. of this state, was lt. gov. when the Federal Bldg. was bombed & helped rebuild its day care center
    DD: $1,000 29
In the Battle of Nassau, Continental Marines raided these islands for supplies
    $800 7
If you need a passport quickly, pay the State Department for this rush processing, meaning sped up
    $800 11
To pledge one's troth to marry, or an unfavorable situation, hopefully not over the troth pledging
    $1000 23
The Michael C. Carlos Museum is on the campus of this university named for a bishop
    $1000 27
Survey says he didn't win for game show host in 2008, but he did win as informative talk show host
    $1000 19
Looper is an old Dutch word for runner; this Colorado governor's name may mean "battle runner"
    $1000 8
In this type of medicine named for a helpful hotel employee, you pay a fee for personal attention on top of your insurance
    $1000 10
A shelter used by hunters to conceal themselves

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

Mary Ann Jennifer J
$2,000 $3,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Ann Jennifer J
$2,800 $6,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

YOU'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BOAT
ROARING '20s READER
THE MOVIE'S SOURCE MATERIAL
ON TOP OF THE WORLD
B.S., I LOVE YOU
THE SHORT FORM
(Alex: We want you to give us the longer version of each word.)
    $400 25
Steel magnate Roman Abramovich owns the Eclipse, this type of 5-letter boat with an anti-paparazzi laser system
    $400 1
This tale of the Jazz Age is narrated by Nick Carraway
    $400 7
This movie starring Daniel Day-Lewis: Upton Sinclair's novel "Oil!"
    $400 28
This geographic circle is about 500 miles north of Stockholm
    $400 24
Of this 2009 Kennedy Center honoree, Barack Obama said, "I'm the president, but he's 'The Boss'"
    $400 16
Deli, where I'll have the corned beef on rye
    $800 26
Named for the extravagant amenities aboard, this alliterative type of ship includes the Crystal Serenity
    $800 2
"We are at rest five miles behind the front", begins this 1929 Remarque novel
    $800 8
This classic:
The play "Everybody Comes to Rick's"
    $800 29
Unlike other species, the ribbon type of this animal crosses the ice by putting one flipper forward, then the other
    $800 23
In 2012 he won 71% of the vote to retain his Vermont Senate seat
    $800 15
Piano is Italian for "soft" & short for this word meaning "soft loud"
    $1200 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a ship on the monitor.) At over 1,500 feet in length, the Seawise Giant measured taller than the Petronas Towers if it were placed on end, truly befitting of this type of craft, the "super" this
    $1200 4
The first chapter of this 1929 William Faulkner novel is narrated by Benjy Compson
    DD: $4,000 9
This '90s film:
The children's book "The Sheep-Pig"
    DD: $4,000 17
In 1928 this Norwegian vanished while trying to rescue survivors of a Svalbard Archipelago crash
    $1200 22
In 1972 this pediatrician who wrote the book on bringing up baby ran for president
    $1200 14
Perk--I can smell the coffee now
    $1600 19
When fully loaded, iron ore carrier Berge Stahl could only tie up at 2 ports, one being at Europoort in this country
    $1600 5
Part of the Harlem Renaissance, his first poetry collection, "The Weary Blues", was published in 1926
    $1600 11
This Spielberg film:
Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Team of Rivals"
    $1600 18
A diary discovered in 1996 cast doubt on whether this American actually flew over the North Pole 70 years earlier
    $1600 21
On June 20, 1947 this mobster & Vegas visionary took a bullet shower, leaving him down & out in Beverly Hills
    $1600 10
Perk, as in an added benefit or privilege
    $2000 27
Seen here is the garage of the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Nimitz, the 700-foot-long by 100-foot-wide this bay
    $2000 6
This play with a 3-letter title, the source of the word "robot", came to Broadway in 1922
    $2000 12
This movie starring Al Pacino:
The Life magazine article "The Boys in the Bank"
    $2000 30
The Lapps of northern Scandinavia are AKA this, the name of their language
    $2000 20
In addition to a bloody classic 1897 novel, this Irishman also wrote 1909's "The Lady of the Shroud"
    $2000 13
Cab is short for this French-named horse-drawn carriage

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Ann Jennifer J
$17,200 $11,400 $14,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OLYMPIC CITIES
Of the 4 "M" cities that consecutively hosted Summer Olympics in the 20th century, these 2 aren't national capitals

Final scores:

Mary Ann Jennifer J
$16,200 $6,400 $28,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $28,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Ann Jennifer J
$17,200 $11,400 $8,200
21 R,
5 W
17 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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