Show #7960 - Friday, March 29, 2019

Steven Grade game 3.

Contestants

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Andrew Simmons, a grants and contracts reviewer from Lilburn, Georgia

Natasha Leyk, a budget manager from Chicago, Illinois

Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $57,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ZODIAC, KINDA IN PICTURES
LITERARY GENRES
AD SLOGANS
NOUNS THAT ARE ALSO VERBS
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
(Alex: Name the continent for us.)
FOLLOWING SPORTS RELIGIOUSLY
    $200 13
Aw, here's a super-cute representation of this sign
    $200 7
Wilkie Collins was a master of this genre in which secrets are revealed or a murder is solved
    $200 17
This emotion. "It's what makes a Subaru, a Subaru"
    $200 20
To propel a kayak, or the implement employed to achieve it
    $200 5
Mango lasi & dahi vada at Chutney's in Hyderabad
    $200 1
In Genesis God asks Abraham to do it to Isaac; in baseball, a manager asks a pitcher to do it with a bunt to move a runner
    $400 14
Here's a colorful version of this sign
    $400 11
Fairy tales collected by the brothers Grimm include "Snow White" & her, "Aschenputtel" in German
    $400 19
These 2 adverbs complete the classic Federal Express ad slogan "When it ____, ____ has to be there over night"
    $400 21
3-letter word meaning to tint a garment, or what you use to do so
    $400 6
Poutine with home fries at the Old King Bistro in Kitchener
    $400 2
On Dec. 8, 1975 WR Drew Pearson was full of grace & the last-minute recipient of a bomb that came to be known as this
    $600 15
Symbolically, the truck brand whose logo is seen here drives right into this sign
    $600 12
Tom Brady swears by the self-help book "The Four Agreements"; one is "don't take anything" this way
    $600 26
In the 1970s the U.K.'s Conservative party used the slogan this rival political party "isn't working"
    $600 22
To recite with musical intonation, perhaps in the style of a Gregorian one
    $600 8
A hearty brekkie of bacon & beans at La Veen Coffee in Perth
    $600 3
Rickey Henderson broke the commandment, "Thou shalt not" do this, a league-leading 108 times in 1983
    $800 16
Here's Matt Stutzman, not only repping this sign symbolically but hitting a target 930' away
    DD: $1,600 29
The Nebula Awards are given by the Science Fiction & this genre Writers of America
    $800 27
"When it rains, it pours" & it has for this salt brand
    $800 23
This triple meter ballroom dance is also a verb meaning to walk with casual assurance
    $800 9
Biscoito casadinho at Pao & Comapnhia in Belo Horizonte
    $800 4
It's a hoops term for a successful free throw & a religious one for a change to a different faith
    $1000 18
The NBA legend seen here wasn't born under it, but the team he won titles with symbolizes this sign
    $1000 30
The American president boxed set from this master of biography includes "John Adams", "Truman" & "Mornings on Horseback"
    $1000 28
The makers of Maxwell House coffee attributed this description of its taste to Theodore Roosevelt
    $1000 24
Something you inflate, or to gain weight as if you've been inflated
    $1000 10
Yogurt with honey at Wilde Eend Bistro in Windhoek
    $1000 25
In 2010 Tracy Porter came marching in with a 74-yard pick 6 off Peyton Manning that sealed a Super Bowl win for this team

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

Steven Natasha Andrew
$2,800 $3,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Natasha Andrew
$7,400 $8,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

CASTLE ARCHITECTURE
PHILOSOPHY
SCI-FI TRANSPORTS
5-LETTER "W"ORDS
PAINT ME AS YOU SEE ME
QUARTZ & ALL
    $400 1
Tours of Norwich Castle include this place of incarceration, complete with torture instruments
    $400 21
18th c. ethics said actions of virtue are virtuous & actions of vice are this adjective, which today we use for a snarling dog
    $400 9
In a 2012 "Alien" film, the title ship is named for this mythical titan who gave fire to mankind
    $400 15
The best term for German sausage
    $400 6
The so-called "Chandos" portrait may have served as the basis for the engraving of this author in the First Folio
    $400 23
Smoky quartz is a prized product of the Caringorm Mountains of this U.K. country
    $800 2
A chandler was a castle's store room; its name is directly related to these that were stored there
    $800 22
This -ism, the idea that life is for pleasure, became the name of a clothing-optional resort in Jamaica
    $800 12
Slave I was the spaceship used by this notorious bounty hunter in the "Star Wars" universe
    $800 17
Catch forty & you'll feel rested
    $800 7
As a youth, this future telegraph inventor was more interested in painting & did a self-portrait
    $800 24
This silty, wind-blown stuff is 60 to 70% quartz, more or...
    $1200 3
A tiltyard was a space where knights practiced their riding while using this weapon, basically the spear 2.0
    $1200 28
"You can always make something out of what you've been made into" expresses the thought of this French existentialist
    $1200 13
The Roci on "The Expanse" is named for Rocinante, a horse in this 1605 novel
    $1200 18
Characterized by quick & inventive verbal humor
    $1200 8
This 18th-century British queen seen here is also depicted in the 2018 film "The Favourite"
    $1200 25
Quartzite is quartz that was once this rock made up of tiny grains
    $1600 4
From the Italian "scrpa" or slope, it was a steep slop in front of a castle to slow an attacking enemy
    $1600 29
In Indian thought prana is vital energy; the word is Sanskrit for this body function, a key part of yoga exercises
    $1600 14
On this '60s TV show the Jupiter II carried Dr. Smith & the Robinson family off course
    $1600 19
A shore area like the Princes one, an attraction in Auckland
    $1600 10
The portrait here is from 1765, 11 years before this subject signed the Declaration of Independence
    $1600 26
Rich in quartz & feldspar, it's the most common plutonic rock in Earth's continental crust--think hard
    DD: $3,000 5
4-letter name for the innermost & strongest building near the center of a castle
    $2000 30
13-letter term for the state of being aware; the "hard problem" of it is how to explain it using just the brain's physiology
    $2000 16
The vehicle seen here was featured in the "Legacy" sequel to this 1982 movie
    $2000 20
An edible saltwater snail with a spiral shell
    $2000 11
"Elvira Resting at a Table" is by this Italian artist who only gained fame after at tragic early death
    DD: $2,500 27
A form of quartz gave its name to this firing mechanism used in old-timey pistols

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Natasha Andrew
$17,800 $12,400 $14,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S BOOKS
This 1883 classic ends with the words "A well-behaved little boy!"

Final scores:

Steven Natasha Andrew
$6,999 $5,000 $2,300
3-day champion: $64,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steven Natasha Andrew
$17,800 $14,600 $13,800
21 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $46,200

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