Show #7945 - Friday, March 8, 2019

Contestants

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Conor Murphy, a graduate student from Thorofare, New Jersey

Josh Stephens, a journalist from Los Angeles, California

Dana Wayne, an educator from North Hollywood, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $64,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

ARE YOU SHAKESPEARIENCED?
A MEASURED RESPONSE
(Alex: Then, according to a list made last year...)
BILLBOARD'S GREATEST HOT 100 SINGLES
VERB "END"-INGS
I YIELD TO...
THE SENATOR FROM ILLINOIS
    $200 1
You can visit the Bard's birthplace on Henley Street in this town
    $200 18
In ancient Rome 1,000 paces equaled one of these
    $200 15
This Police song sounds like a love song, but Sting admits it's really about jealousy & obsessiveness
    $200 9
To sling ales & cocktails
    $200 26
Temptation, & I'm going to finish the whole package of Double Stuf these
    $200 6
He resigned as Illinois senator November 16, 2008 to take higher office
    DD: $1,000 2
This man says, "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him", but he's not being quite truthful
    $400 19
The arpent, a French measure slightly less than an acre, was once used in Canada & in this "Creole State"
    $400 17
She found a hit with Calvin Harris with "We Found Love"
    $400 10
To fuse or integrate
    $400 27
This automaker's Surburban, because I'm in a Mini & won't get into a merge battle with a 5,800-pound SUV
    $400 7
First name of 1970s Illinois senator Stevenson & of his dad, Ike's 1950s opponent
    $600 3
Listing the plays in the order they were written, "The Riverside Shakespeare" follows "Henry VI, Part 2" with this
    $600 20
Expect winds over 200 MPH with an EF5 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, a rating of intensity for these
    $600 23
Masochists know "Sometimes love don't feel like it should" & are down with this John Mellencamp tune
    $600 11
What you do with "the hand of friendship"
    $600 28
My 8-year-old; we're watching the 2018 third installment in this animated movie series about Dracula & friends
    $600 8
An Illinois senator from 1985 to 1997, he ran for president in 1988 but did not write "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
    $800 4
A frequent topic, it's a man with an unfaithful wife, as in "like an old ____ with horns on his head"
    $800 21
If the European recipe tells you to add 250 milliliters of milk, don't worry--it's just a bit more than a single one of these
    $800 24
This hit begins, "This hit, that ice cold, Michelle Pfeiffer, that white gold"
    $800 12
To exceed or eclipse
    $800 29
Reality; I'm hiring a pro to fix my HVAC, which stands for heating, ventilating & this
    $800 14
You get a "D" if you can't name this Democrat who's served Illinois since 1997; you get 2 "D"s if you do
    $1000 5
Around 1582 18-year-old Shakespeare took the plunge with this 26-year-old bride
    $1000 22
A 4-year period; in 2016 we watched "The Games of the 31st" one
    $1000 25
This song from "Rocky III" mentions "the thrill of the fight"
    $1000 13
To foreshadow or presage
    $1000 30
The elements, I yield to them--time to put on one of these waterproof garments named after a Scotsman
    $1000 16
A Senate office building is named for him, Senate Republican leader from 1959 to 1969

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

Dana Josh Conor
$1,400 $800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dana Josh Conor
$3,400 $4,000 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

FBI AGENT NON-DISQUALIFIERS
THE HUMANITIES
GEOGRAPH"EE"
PLANT-ED EVIDENCE
SPANISH-LANGUAGE TV
SWAP THE VOWELS
    $400 17
A ticket for this pedestrian infraction of illegal street crossing
    $400 1
Changing English poetry forever, Thomas Wyatt & Henry Howard introduced this 14-line poem style from Italy
    $400 6
These mountains stretch 270 miles from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean
    $400 11
Praise Helios! The head of this yellow plant can produce 1,000 seeds as well as an oil used in making margarine
    $400 13
On a Univision talk show, Lili Estefan is "La Flaca", the skinny lady, & Raul de Molina is "El Gordo", this
    $400 22
Swap the vowels in a journal & you get this milk-producing establishment
    $800 18
Outstanding these; at the New York Public Library, they're 25 cents a day for a book, $3 for a DVD
    $800 2
11,000 films were made in the U.S. during this movie era that ended abruptly in the late 1920s; 3/4 are lost
    DD: $1,600 7
It was the northernmost part of ancient Palestine
    $800 12
Eat your veggies! Half the sugar produced in the U.S. comes from the sugar type of this
    $800 27
Noticias or noticiero just means this kind of show
    $800 23
A synonym for destiny switched vowels to become this crumbly Greek cheese
    $1200 19
Having these on your body, whether from Chris Garver or a hut in the port of Rangoon
    $1200 3
Immanuel Kant wrote, "Ancient Greek philosophy was divided into...physics, ethics and" this study of reasoning
    $1200 8
UNESCO says this Australian wonder is "of superlative natural beauty above and below the water"
    $1200 14
Insects check in but they don't check out of this carnivorous plant of the Carolinas AKA Dionaea
    $1200 28
Colombian show "Yo Soy Betty, la Fea" met America to become this ABC show
    $1200 24
A south-of-the-border currency swaps vowels to become this FX show with transgender performers
    $1600 20
Having subscribed to this magazine that has covered cannabis (counter) culture since 1974
    $1600 4
This Spanish title of Goya's "The Snowstorm" is the name of a western U.S. state
    $1600 9
A slender vertical rock outcropping on Maui is known as the Iao this
    $1600 15
A virus that causes mottled leaves is called this, like an artwork of closely-set tiles or stones
    $1600 29
You can start your morning with "Despierta América", whose title commands America to do this
    $1600 25
An enclosed sports stadium swaps vowels & becomes this recording used to get gigs
    $2000 21
This event in your past, expulsion from the practice of law
    $2000 5
Nijinsky tugged at the heartstrings as the tragic title puppet in this 1911 Stravinsky ballet
    $2000 10
They make up the northern part of the Lesser Antilles
    DD: $1,800 16
Ancient Egyptians got a lot of out of this water plant:
cloth, mats, sails & oh yeah, material on which to write
    $2000 30
Don Francisco's "Show Dominical" moved up a day to become "Giant Saturday", AKA this show that ran more than 50 years
    $2000 26
A British lockup can swap its vowels to become this netted area

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dana Josh Conor
$17,600 $13,200 $9,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY NEWSMAKERS
In 1982 a probate judge in his home state of Michigan declared him legally dead

Final scores:

Dana Josh Conor
$8,799 $3,199 $9,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dana Josh Conor
$17,800 $13,400 $9,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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