Show #8077 - Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Contestants

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Andre Havrylyshyn, a Ph.D. student from Irmo, South Carolina

Martha Bordogna, an attorney from Indian Trail, North Carolina

Ryan Bradley, a TV animation marketing executive from West Hollywood, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

A TREE GROWS IN BOOK LAND
21st CENTURY TELEVISION
BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS
WHAT DO YOU LOVE?
COMMA, COMMA, COMMA, COMMA, COMMA
CHAMELEON
    $200 26
The Whomping Willow does its whomping on the grounds of this castle
    $200 25
Fans of this show called it "The Jack Bauer Power Hour"
    $200 13
At the gov.uk site in the Past Prime Ministers section, there is only one listed as "Baroness"--this person
    $200 24
Oenophile: Drink up!
    $200 23
The comma as we know it came to be around 1500, not by an author, but rather by one of these putting out Greek classics
    $200 30
"Karma Chameleon" was a No. 1 Hit in 1983 for this alliterative U.K. band fronted by Boy George
    $400 7
The party tree that grew in this Middle-Earth land was the location of Bilbo's farewell speech
    $400 8
Casey Webb has taken over for Adam Richman on this travel channel show that pits humanity against digestion
    $400 9
Before his PM-ship Robert Peel organized the London police force & his nickname gave the cops this moniker
    $400 19
Cinephile
    $400 14
On keyboards you'll find a comma by itself & as part of this other punctuation mark
    $400 29
About half the world's species of chameleon live on this large African island, with dozens existing nowhere else
    $600 6
Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree" gives these fruits & more to a thoughtless boy
    $600 2
Justin Timberlake & Frankie Muniz were the first 2 victims on this MTV prank show
    $600 10
A few months after quitting as prime minister in 2016, this Conservative gave up his seat in the House of Commons
    $600 18
Ornithophile
    $600 20
India has its own style of placing commas in big numbers like the number we call this and Indians call crore
    $600 15
In the 2011 animated film "Rango", this swashbuckling actor voices the title chameleon
    DD: $1,000 4
"It was a right motley company that gathered about the noble greenwood tree in Sherwood's depths" in an 1883 tale of this hero
    $800 3
As Sydney Bristow on "Alias", this actress worked for SD-6 & the CIA
    $800 11
With the 1938 Munich Agreement, this PM granted most of Hitler's demands & left Czechoslovakia to its fate
    $800 16
Theophile
    $800 21
The comma named for this school often precedes the words "and" & "or"
    $800 28
To catch prey, chameleons can extend this to a distance nearly twice their body length
    $1000 5
After this title character accepts Rochester's proposal, lightning splits a chestnut tree at Thornfield Hall
    $1000 1
Amybeth McNulty stars in the series "Anne with an E", a grittier take on this 1908 Canadian novel
    $1000 12
A giant of 19th century politics as well as a novelist, he was the first man of Jewish ancestry to be prime minister
    $1000 17
Heliophile
    $1000 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) When you have two independent clauses that are separated by a comma, it's called a comma this, and it's to be avoided. Instead, try adding a conjunction
    $1000 27
Some lizards can lose a tail & not worry much, but chameleons don't have the ability to regrow body parts via this process

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

Ryan Martha Andre
$600 $5,400 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Martha Andre
$2,000 $6,800 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRIDGES GALORE!
POTPOURRI
MOVING THE SAINTS
ON THE "B"-LIST
CLASSICAL MUSIC
GIVING AWAY THE MOVIE'S ENDING
(Alex: You have to give us the last word in the title of the film we're referring to.)
    $400 28
In 1971 this bridge went from crossing the Thames to crossing the Colorado
    $400 29
Chemists say roasting is the key factor driving bitter taste in this beverage; wake up & smell it!
    $400 10
Swiped from the Holy Land, the reputed head of this decapitated saint is on display on a silver plate at Amiens Cathedral
    $400 21
Equilibrium
    $400 30
In 1787 he gave us a little gem called "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik"
    $400 6
Jack Skellington from Halloween Town tries to take over a holiday that's later in the year
    $800 27
Spanning 6 miles over 5 islands, the Great Seto Bridge connects Shikoku to this main Japanese island
    $800 17
One who appears on a document transferring the title to realty may be "a friend in" this
    $800 11
This saint venerated in December was buried in Asia Minor but stolen & moved to Italy; reputed bits of him have turned up all over
    $800 7
It's said to be the "soul of wit"
    DD: $3,500 22
This piece by Tchaikovsky depicts Napoleon's retreat from Moscow
    $800 4
During WWII 2 sisters join the first professional baseball league for women
    $1200 18
Not far from Davos, this nation's Sunniberg Bridge is thin, so as not to obstruct the view
    $1200 14
You can climb the Hangayn Mountains in this country that's sandwiched between China & Russia
    $1200 13
In 2004 bones of 2 saints taken from Constantinople to Rome were returned by the pope to this church's patriarch
    $1200 5
The late, great Bill Monroe was considered "The Father of" this type of music
    $1200 25
Joseph Haydn helped create this orchestral form & wrote more than 100 of them, many with nicknames like "The Hen"
    $1200 3
From 1936, it warned how one puff of marijuana could lead to insanity & death
    $1600 19
The Kennedy Bridge in Niamey crosses this river with the same name as the country
    $1600 15
This Boston store's "Basement" was famous for its 1-day wedding gown sale dubbed the "Running of the Brides"
    DD: $3,400 12
According to tradition, St. Mark's remains were stolen from Alexandria, taken to this European city, lost & rediscovered
    $1600 8
This 5-letter word for the verge of catastrophe also means the edge of a steep drop
    $1600 24
In this piece, the oboe & bassoon help depict a celebration on the treeless mount Triglav
    $1600 2
Professor Henry Jones is called back into action to uncover the secret of ancient craniums
    $2000 20
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge near Newcastle tilts sideways to let boats on this river pass
    $2000 16
This little metal piece at the front of a gun barrel acts as a sight; marksmen "draw" it when they line up a target
    $2000 26
A Louisville church displays almost half of the skeleton of St. Magnus, said to be a martyred one of these Roman legionary officers
    $2000 9
This word for troops camping outside comes from a German word for "extra watch"
    $2000 23
Of all Beethoven's works with nicknames, one of the few that Ludwig okayed was this sonata, French for emotional or moving
    $2000 1
Brad Pitt plays Jesse James at what turns out to be the end of his life

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Martha Andre
$8,000 $9,700 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FEMALE MUSIC SUPERSTARS
With more than 30 Top 10 albums since 1963, this singer-actress ranks No. 1 among the Billboard 200's Greatest Women Artists of All Time

Final scores:

Ryan Martha Andre
$0 $16,400 $1,799
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ryan Martha Andre
$8,000 $13,200 $13,800
12 R,
2 W
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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