Show #7954 - Thursday, March 21, 2019

Contestants

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Stephanie Strong, an audiology student from Chicago, Illinois

Kate Becker, a hospital administrator from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Jonathan Lindeen, a senior finance manager from Denver, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

DICKENS WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME
TV DOCTORS
COIN STAR
INVENTED IN THE 1800s
SUIT UP
RHYMES WITH ALL
    $200 2
Scrooge starts seeing ghosts following the death of this character
    $200 10
Neil Patrick Harris was just 16 when he began playing this TV doctor, also aged 16 at the start of the show
    $200 12
This type of bird swims in a lake under a star-filled sky on a Canadian commemorative coin that glows in the dark
    $200 1
By African-American dentist George Grant, a wooden one of these that "elevated" the game of golf
    $200 20
Without the pressurized interior of this suit, AKA an EMU, your blood would boil in a vacuum
    $200 25
Sloppy, illegible handwriting
    $400 3
Justice prevails as the villainous Bill Sikes accidentally hangs himself near the end of this novel
    $400 11
Dr. Wilson was the long-suffering best friend of this sarcastic limping master diagnostician
    $400 13
This country's 1-centavo coin has 5 stars on the back & Portuguese explorer Pedro Cabral on the front
    $400 6
In the 1830s by Samuel Colt, this type of gun
    $400 21
The average weight of a full suit of this in the 15th century was 65 pounds
    $400 26
A cozy compartment for a horse in a stable
    $600 4
It's not fully depicted in "A Tale of Two Cities", but it's the implied method of execution for the heroic Sydney Carton
    $600 17
Jane Seymour played this title medicine woman practicing her craft in a frontier town
    $600 14
Introduced in 1988, Australia's 2-dollar coin depicts a traditional Aboriginal man & this constellation
    $600 7
In 1865, his railroad sleeping car
    $600 22
Wearing this is a synonym for being naked
    $600 27
To examine extensively & then make any needed repairs
    $800 5
An evil dwarf, Quilp pursues little Nell & her grandfather but drowns in the Thames in this "Old" work
    $800 18
In his youth, this actor, who played Dr. McCoy, wanted to be a physician himself
    DD: $1,400 15
The stars allude to fireworks on a 2-pound coin the Royal Mint issued in 2005 to remember this plot on its 400th anniversary
    $800 8
The Kodak box camera, invented by him
    $800 23
This London suit is so identified with fine men's tailoring that the Japanese word for a business suit is sabiro
    $800 28
To cast one of these over things is to give them a gloomy atmosphere
    $1000 30
In "Bleak House" the half-mad alcoholic Krook dies this odd way, bursting into flames without apparent cause
    $1000 19
On public TV, an opinionated medico in a Cornish village isn't "Doc Ellingham" but "Doc" this first name
    $1000 16
In the 1980s Israel's 5-shekel had 2 stars on the reverse & a double one of these horns of plenty on the obverse
    $1000 9
Don't fear his reaper, patented in 1834
    $1000 24
A combination of trendy broad-shouldered jackets with balloon-leg trousers worn in the 1940s
    $1000 29
A city's disorderly spread outward into surrounding areas

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

Jonathan Kate Stephanie
$3,800 $0 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Kate Stephanie
$8,200 $2,800 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ARTS
MYTH-POURRI
3 CONSECUTIVE CONSONANTS
TRAVELING
18th CENTURY NICKNAMES
THE SPORTING "NEW"s
    $400 7
This Rodin sculpture depicts a pensive nude man sitting on a rock, chin resting on his hand
    $400 12
Pan Gu, in myth the 1st Chinese man, cracks a giant one of these from inside & holds up the sky to protect the earth
    $400 2
You do this to different watches to match the time
    $400 21
The Marangu route up this Tanzanian mountain is known as the "Coca-Cola route" for the drink available along it
    $400 1
Blamed for France's near bankruptcy, this 18th century queen came to be called "Madame Deficit"
    $400 26
In 1962 this MLB team lost an amazing 120 games
    $800 8
In 2019 visitors to the Rijksmuseum can observe as conservators restore this 1642 Rembrandt masterpiece
    $800 13
Zeus assumed Amphitryon's form to seduce Alcmene, resulting in the birth of this heroic demigod
    $800 3
An underhanded plot, like a pyramid one
    $800 25
Tell Napoleon King's Cross just surpassed this as the busiest stop on London's Tube
    $800 17
This president was "The American Cincinnatus", after a Roman who answered the call to leadership but preferred farming
    $800 27
Since 2001 these NFLers have finished first in their division 16 of 18 times
    $1200 9
This basic ballet movement, a knee bend, gets its name from the French for "to bend"
    $1200 14
In Norse myth Jormungandr is a Midgard serpent who will kill this beloved god at Ragnarok
    $1200 4
To dismiss from the army, or to shoot a firearm
    $1200 24
The last locale of Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown" to air was this historically immigrant-filled "Side" of Manhattan
    $1200 18
This national poet of Scotland was dubbed "The Bard of Ayrshire"
    $1200 28
Fans of this "United" English soccer club may enjoy the same-named brown ale after (& before, & during) a game
    DD: $2,000 10
The title character of this drama by Henrik Ibsen is bored by her marriage to Jorgen Tesman
    $1600 15
After her marriage to Jason goes south, this sorceress weds King Aegeus
    $1600 5
Proverbially, you "pull yourself up by" them to get by without any help
    $1600 22
Spots not to miss on a visit to this city include Grumari Beach, about 24 miles west of Ipanema
    $1600 19
A British empire builder was called "Clive of" this Asian land & was known there as Sabut Jung, or "Daring in War"
    $1600 29
Representing this city's Pelicans, "The Unibrow" Anthony Davis was MVP of the 2017 NBA All-Star game
    $2000 11
This Czech composer was in the New World when he wrote his "New World" symphony & "The American Flag"
    $2000 16
Actaeon pays a "deer" price for spying on this twin sister of Apollo while she's bathing
    $2000 6
A potion to arouse feelings of love & desire
    $2000 23
For a huge annual tomato fight, travel to this Spanish Mediterranean port also famous for other produce, sweet oranges
    DD: $600 20
Shunned by his faith, Revolutionary War gen. Nathanael Greene was paradoxically called "The Fighting" this
    $2000 30
Last name of Cleveland Browns great & pro football Hall of Famer Ozzie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Kate Stephanie
$14,200 $13,400 $13,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN AUTHORS
Alfred Hitchcock wrote, "It's because I liked" his "stories so much that I began to make suspense films"

Final scores:

Jonathan Kate Stephanie
$26,801 $26,400 $11,000
2-day champion: $48,802 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jonathan Kate Stephanie
$15,600 $14,800 $13,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $43,400

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