Show #8082 - Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Contestants

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Anthony Giordano, a plumber from Walpole, Massachusetts

Kari Bale, a stay-at-home mom from San Jose, California

Steve Moulds, a playwright from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

A STAR-SPANGLED BANNER LYRICAL QUIZ
GARGOYLES
BOOK NUMBERS
TONS OF FUN
COASTLINES
IDIOMS DELIGHT
    $200 13
They provide a "red glare" to the battle scene
    $200 21
On rooftops grotesque statues aren't gargoyles unless they serve as one of these for rain
    $200 6
By Bret Easton Ellis: "Less Than ____"
    $200 26
It's estimated that some of these, literally "terrible lizards", stood about 50 feet tall & weighed as much as 85 tons
    $200 11
This South American country has about 4,600 miles of Atlantic coastline
    $200 1
If you're a little crazy or foolish, you're "off your" this piece of furniture
    $400 17
Verse 4 says, "Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just, And this be our motto--'In God is our'" this
    $400 22
The singing gargoyles in this 1996 Disney cartoon are named Victor, Hugo & Laverne
    $400 7
"The ____ Habits of Highly Effective People"
    $400 27
Mostly copper & weighing just over a ton, it was cast for the Pennsylvania Statehouse in the 1750s
    $400 12
Cities along this U.S. state's ocean coast include Astoria & Brookings
    $400 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) On the interstate, it's 475 miles from Phoenix to Albuquerque. But it's only 330 miles via this bird idiom
    $600 18
The "towering steep" in verse 2 is this edifice that was under attack by the British
    $600 23
Some of the earliest known gargoyles are these animals on the Temple of Zeus; maybe they're the Nemean type
    $600 8
An international bestseller: "The ____ -Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared"
    $600 28
Buoys may be anchored in place with these that weigh 9 tons, a bit heavier than the same-named weight on a fishing line
    $600 14
This nation's 2,100-mile coastline extends from the Gulf of Thailand to the Gulf of Tonkin
    $600 3
To view something with skepticism is to "take it with" this bit of sodium chloride
    $800 19
In a kids' book this phrase leads Ramona Quimby to think a lamp is called a dawnzer
    $800 24
Paisley Abbey in Scotland added a new gargoyle likely inspired by this 1979 horror film
    $800 9
From "The Charge of the Light Brigade": "All in the valley of Death rode the ___"
    DD: $3,000 29
3,500 years old & weighing 220 tons, one of NYC's oldest artifacts is the Central Park Obelisk known as her Needle
    $800 15
This nation takes its name from the Latin are erythraeum, meaning "Red Sea", the body of water the nation borders
    $800 4
It's one of these elaborate presentations
    $1000 20
This phrase about liberty in all 4 verses provides the title of a song by The Killers where it has a more ironic meaning
    $1000 25
The gargoyles on this Manhattan building named for an auto executive are less earthbound--they're eagles
    $1000 10
A Temperance Brennan novel: "___ Bones" (referring to the number of bones in the body)
    $1000 30
She's a hefty 70,327 tons, 963 feet long, and is now a floating hotel in Dubai
    $1000 16
It's the only Central American country without a coastline on the Pacific Ocean
    $1000 5
To cause trouble or a ruckus is to "raise" this biblical person

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

Steve! Kari Anthony
$3,000 $2,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve! Kari Anthony
$3,400 $3,600 $9,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ELEMENTAL ETYMOLOGY
TV
TAKE "TEN"
GRANT
WOOD
AMERICAN GOTHIC
    $400 6
Indium is named for this deep blue color
    $400 2
This former "Daily Show" correspondent hosts his own news satire, "Last Week Tonight"
    $400 15
An apartment dweller
    $400 16
Ulysses S. Grant said the story that this general had offered his sword & Grant had returned it was "the purest romance"
    $400 30
1.5 by 3.5 inches is the usual size of this piece of lumber; its name comes from its unprocessed dimensions
    $400 22
Gothic is common for churches, and, though much less common, was used for these, like the neo-Gothic Mickve Israel in Savannah
    $800 7
Palladium honors one of these space objects that's named for Pallas Athena
    $800 3
Omar Little on this Baltimore-set series was a big fan of Honey Nut Cheerios
    $800 14
In the U.S., it's the most popular form of bowling
    $800 17
When fellow West Point cadets saw the name U.S. Grant, they mockingly called him this, after a national symbol
    $800 29
Despite the name, this decaying wood, caused by fungal growth, usually happens in moist, unventilated areas
    $800 23
In 1798's "Wieland", the 1st Amer. Gothic novel, a character seems to die from this: "In a moment, the whole was reduced to ashes"
    $1200 8
Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius named this element for a thunder god
    $1200 4
On a '90s nighttime soap, Heather Locklear was a resident of the apartment complex at 4616 this title street
    $1200 13
It's an adjective meaning pertaining to the most popular British poet of the Victorian era
    $1200 18
As a young man, Grant's dad lived with this militant abolitionist & thought he was a man of high morals but a fanatic
    $1200 28
For easy woodcutting, strike up this 4-letter power saw that uses a continuously looping blade
    $1200 24
Before he he became an Oscar-winning composer, he brought a Gothic feel to '90s hard rock
    $1600 9
This noble gas is named for an element discovered by the Curies
    $1600 5
Seen here, he plays Abe Weissman, father of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
    $1600 12
In a state of anxiety? You're "on" these 11-letter items
    $1600 19
As president, Grant tried to annex this Caribbean "Republic", but the Senate rejected his treaty
    $1600 27
A froe is a woodworking tool; coopers used curved froes to cut these pieces to form the sides of barrels
    $1600 25
The style Collegiate Gothic began with Pembroke Hall & other buildings at this women's college outside Philadelphia
    $2000 10
Symbol Ga, this element is named from the Latin for France & maybe also the Latin for rooster (it was named by M. Lecoq)
    $2000 1
Sanchez & Smith are the last names of the title duo of this adult swim show
    $2000 11
The khayyam in Omar Khayyam means this profession
    DD: $6,000 20
Grant said, "I do not think there was ever a more wicked war than" this one, the first in which he fought
    $2000 26
Visit Mandalay in Burma & you may come home with a table of this wood from which the city's U Bein Bridge is built
    DD: $3,000 21
This southern Gothic O'author wrote her novel "Wise Blood" about a preacher in the church without Christ

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve! Kari Anthony
$22,000 $6,000 $16,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1950s CINEMA
Objects of attention in this suspenseful film include a digging dog, a scantily clad dancer & a possible murderer

Final scores:

Steve! Kari Anthony
$32,801 $0 $32,799
2-day champion: $54,002 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve! Kari Anthony
$17,000 $6,000 $14,200
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
9 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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