Show #7958 - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Steven Grade game 1.

Contestants

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Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia

Amy Kroll, a quality control specialist from Rockville, Maryland

Emma Badame, a digital marketing manager from Toronto, Ontario, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

HE WAS SENATOR & PRESIDENT
HAIRSTYLES
I'M WALKIN' HERE!
THE ELEMENTS
GETTING AN EDUCATION
SET IN THE CITY
(Alex: You have to identify the primary city in which the television series was set.)
    $200 6
His nickname "Tricky Dick" dates back to the 1950s California campaign that put him in the Senate
    $200 18
Animal name describing hair in braids on each side, occasionally accented with ribbons
    $200 7
Sci-fi TV fans have somehow schismed into factions called this word plus -kers & also -kies
    $200 26
Naturally occurring copper is a mix of 2 of these variants, Cu63 & Cu65
    $200 16
EMBA is short for executive this, for working professionals who are continuing to improve
    $200 1
As of 2019 its "Med", "Fire" & "P.D." were all serving
    $400 10
Though the Senate failed by one vote to de-president him, his later return to the body was met with flowers & applause
    $400 22
Hail, this 6-letter cut seen here
    $400 9
You're "out of" this walkin' word if you're not in rhythm or up on current events
    $400 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from SpaceX in Hawthorne, CA.) The Falcon 9 is 230 feet tall & weighs 1.2 million pounds, so its retractable landing legs have to be immensely strong; they're made of carbon fiber surrounding a honeycomb of this light but strong metal, atomic number 13
    $400 17
Here it's a school building for athletic activities; in Germany, it's a school for students getting ready for college
    $400 2
"This Is Us"--remember when Jack covered up with a terrible towel?
    $600 8
This Ohioan found the Senate "far more to my liking than" being pres. could be; scandal & death in office followed
    $600 23
Combed in points around the forehead, this short cut is named for a type of sprite
    $600 11
By moving so very smoothly, NBA legend Drexler earned the rhyming nickname Clyde this
    $600 28
This element is usually found as a diatomic molecule making up about 21% of Earth's atmosphere
    $600 19
In 2015 some college athletes started getting a stipend labeled COA, for "cost of" this, showing up to class
    $600 3
The heroine of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" was gonna make it there after all
    DD: $2,400 12
Though he served Penn. in the Senate from 1834 to 1845, he supported pro-slavery Southern positions; he didn't get better as pres.
    $800 24
From the French for "to swell", this '60s hair style used teasing to give a puffed-out look
    $800 13
It's not in the Bill of Rights, but you really should take a morning this 14-letter bit of light exercise
    $800 29
Selenium has the atomic number 34, meaning it has 34 of these in its nucleus
    $800 20
The youngest of the USA's 5 service academies, it was established in 1954
    $800 4
Law & justice with "The Practice" & "Rizzoli & Isles"
    $1000 15
This New Yorker & future president joined the Senate in 1821 & soon led the fight against imprisonment for debt
    $1000 25
This longish bob cut shares its name with a thick carpet big in the 1970s
    $1000 14
Proverbially, if you acted on stage, you did this to "the boards"
    $1000 21
In 2005 this D.C. university's Walsh School of Foreign Service opened its first foreign campus, in Qatar
    $1000 5
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" & "(Thi$)"

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

Emma Amy Steven
$1,400 $800 $6,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Amy Steven
$4,200 $400 $10,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TENTH
DOCTOR
ALLONS-Y
FILL IN THE TONY-WINNING PLAY TITLE
CALLED OUT IN SONG
IRISH PEOPLE?
(Alex: Notice there is a question mark there, because these aren't real Irish people. Let me give you an example. "Irish cigarette salesman". Who is Nick O'Tine?)
    $400 3
The Tenth Amendment says that powers not delegated to the federal government belong to them
    $400 19
This Greek's oath says doctors should avoid "seduction of women or men"
    $400 23
Let's go to this palace & see the beautiful gardens there
    $400 1
1968:
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern ____ ____"
    $400 2
This Detroit rapper had a "Warning" for Nick Cannon:
"Think I'm scared of you? You gonna ruin my career, you better get one"
    $400 14
This Irish marksman sounds like the rebound of a bullet off as surface
    $800 6
In bowling you get 2 extra rolls if you start the tenth of these with a strike
    DD: $2,600 20
This doctor made flaked cereal a thing when he started giving it to his sanitarium patients, including Mr. Post
    $800 24
Though there's a statue of him, Cyrano wasn't actually from this Dordogne town & missed out on its wine & cute squares
    $800 4
1979, about John Merrick:
"The ____ Man"
    $800 5
Knowing how to roc-a-fella with "Takeover" in 2001, this rapper went after Nas having "a 1 hot album every 10 year average"
    $800 15
This Irish musician tuned up just like an oldtime jukebox requiring 5 cents a play
    DD: $3,000 9
In 1585 Flemish mathematician Simon Stevin's work "The Tenth" introduced this numbering system to Europe
    $1200 21
Helen Taussig is remembered for her work treating babies that were born this unusual color
    $1200 25
Allons-y to this northwest French region whose name sounds sorta like the island across the Channel
    $1200 7
2015:
"The ____ Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
    $1200 8
Nick Lowe rhymed, "Do you remember" this '80s singer? "He had a big fat hit, it was ghastly"
    $1200 16
Catherine was her birth name & she wielded a whip with a specific number of cords
    $1600 27
Referring to harvest time, Messidor was the tenth one of these in France from 1793 to 1806
    $1600 22
This 1952 Nobel Peace Prize winner gained fame for building a hospital in Africa
    $1600 26
The duchy of a historic Eleanor, this beautiful region of southwest France added "Nouvelle" to its name in 2016
    $1600 12
1981, set in Vienna:
Peter Shafer's "____"
    $1600 10
After Neil Young's "Southern Man", this band replied, "A Southern man don't need him around" in "Sweet Home Alabama"
    $1600 17
It's the popular tropical houseplant seen here, as well as the possible name of an Irishman
    $2000 29
Due to this Brit's work in antisepsis, mortality in one hospital ward went from 45% to 15% in the 1860s
    $2000 28
Images of "blue" spring to mind as we head to this colorful region that contains the French Riviera
    $2000 13
2002:
Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who is ____?"
    $2000 11
"I praise the day that brings you pain", sang Morrissey after losing a lawsuit to the drummer in this band of theirs
    $2000 18
I was in tears after watching another sensational emotional work by this imaginary Irish playwright

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Amy Steven
$10,600 $5,200 $21,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
In 1943 millions of matchbooks were distributed in the Philippines with this 3-word quote to boost morale

Final scores:

Emma Amy Steven
$5,400 $5,200 $21,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $21,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emma Amy Steven
$10,600 $5,200 $21,200
10 R,
1 W
7 R,
1 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,000

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