Show #8084 - Thursday, October 31, 2019

Contestants

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Andrew Thomson, a journalist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Miriam Manber, an attorney from New York, New York

Steve Moulds, a playwright from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 3-day cash winnings total $85,603)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOBBIES
NEW TESTAMENT QUOTES
(Alex: We're talking about the King James version here.)
COLOR TELEVISION
MOUNTAIN STATES
(Alex: We'll give you the mountain. You identify the state in which it's found.)
YOU'VE HIT THE DAILY DOUBLE
BET IT "ALL"!
    $200 30
Many artistic hobbyists set up an easel outdoors to create this type of painting depicting natural scenery like mountains or trees
    $200 1
"A new", perhaps an 11th, one of these: "I give unto you, that ye love one another; as I have loved you"
    $200 6
The trials & tribulations of doctors play out at a Seattle hospital on this show
    $200 19
13,100-foot Truchas Peak in the Santa Fe Mountains
    $200 29
The iconic double seen here means we can only be in this capital city
    $200 11
A missed shot in basketball that touches no iron or backboard
    $400 27
Assemblage art is sort of the 3-D version of this art of gluing paper or other materials to a background
    $400 2
"For as in" him "all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive"
    $400 7
David Attenborough narrated this "global" 2017 nature documentary series for the BBC
    $400 20
Grand Teton, towering over Jackson Hole
    $400 28
People with this quality of being able to do stuff like bend their fingers way back are at greater risk for anxiety disorders
    $400 12
To remove previously activated software from a computer
    $600 26
Keep mentally fit by learning a new one of these, perhaps with an app such as Babbel
    $600 3
Chide those who don't believe in you by quoting Matthew 6: "O ye of" this
    $600 8
On this TV drama, master criminal James Spader is Red all over
    $600 13
Mount Lassen, at the southern end of the Cascades
    $600 17
This creative photographic technique can have a dramatic impact
    $600 23
Structural term to engage in stalling tactics & to refuse to give information
    $800 15
Using the 3 main ingredients, baking soda, Epsom salts & citric acid, you too can make these "explosive" tub additions
    $800 4
"Ye will surely say unto me... Physician" do this
    $800 9
Led by Kevin Costner, a ranching family in Montana faces off against those encroaching on their land in this series
    $800 14
Mount Elbert, highest of the American Rockies
    $800 18
You double the number of shares you hold of Amalgamated Button if the company announces a 2-for-1 this
    $800 24
Sort of a rap-reggae hybrid, this style of music originated in Jamaica in the late '70s
    DD: $1,800 16
At the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Des Newton would delight kids by showing how to make these impossible-seeming models
    $1000 5
Jesus said that a wise man built his house upon a rock but the foolish man "built his house upon" this
    $1000 10
Inspired by stories of G.K. Chesterton, this show features a Catholic priest with a knack for solving mysteries in an English village
    $1000 21
5,344-foot Mount Marcy, highest of the Adirondacks
    $1000 22
Hydrogen bonds hold together the strands of this molecular structure discovered in 1953
    $1000 25
This Norse god of light & the dawn is also the guardian of Bifrost, the rainbow bridge

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

Steve! Miriam Andrew
$3,000 $1,800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve! Miriam Andrew
$6,400 $3,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE BEST LAID PLANS
MOVIE CHALLENGE
THE SYNDROME SYNDROME
"H"ISTORY
FICTIONAL FLAGS FLYING
STRONG LANGUAGE
    $400 27
The initial idea for this monument included a circle of 30 Doric columns, one for each state at the time
    $400 19
Hiccup is the hero of this animated trilogy about Vikings & the creatures they once feared
    $400 30
Pianist Gary Graffman rebounded from this syndrome in his right hand to play concertos for the left hand
    $400 8
Attila was the king of these people from 434 to 453
    $400 9
A lemon & a radiation symbol are both featured on the flag of this TV cartoon city
    $400 25
You can "hang" this way to get through adversity; you know, this "it out"
    $800 15
This architect designed a mile-high, 528-story skyscraper in Chicago called the Illinois
    $800 18
Bo Derek played this man's stepmother in "Tommy Boy"
    $800 29
A person born with the most common type of this condition has an extra copy of chromosome 21 in each cell
    $800 7
About a dozen transatlantic trips were scheduled for this airship; after may 1937, tickets became void
    $800 10
This author wrote that Ozma's flag had 4 quadrants for the regions of Oz, with, of course, a green center
    $800 17
Proverbially, if you're in good health, you're "hale &" this other "H" word
    $1200 26
Here is what Moscow's Palace of the Soviets would have looked like if construction hadn't ended when the Nazi invaded in this year
    $1200 16
In 2019 Christina Hendricks revealed that's her hand holding the rose on the poster for this 1999 Best Picture Oscar winner
    $1200 28
Spitting in public was outlawed in China to combat this 4-letter respiratory syndrome
    DD: $2,000 1
This defensive barrier was in use until almost the end of the Roman rule of Britain
    $1200 11
A large "F" is emblazoned on the flag of Freedonia, a country run by this funnyman in "Duck Soup"
    $1200 13
Burly, or the maker of tear-a-square paper towels
    $1600 24
Étienne-Louis Boullée wanted to honor this 17th British scientist with a monument that was taller than the Great Pyramid
    $1600 12
Spanish slang for "hitman" provides the title of this drug cartel thriller with Benicio del Toro & its "Day of the Soldado" sequel
    $1600 5
rls.org wants to turn the 1st "R" in this syndrome into "relieved"; it's about limb movement but can also involve a burning sensation
    $1600 2
This 1862 law providing 160 acres, basically free after 5 years' residence, was still on the books in the lower 48 states until 1976
    DD: $4,000 20
After arriving by submarine, this character claims the South Pole with a black flag bearing a gold "N"
    $1600 23
Old-school way to say one is feelin' peppy--you've got "vim &" this
    $2000 22
Seen here is Inigo Jones's redesign for this colorfully named palace Henry VIII had lived in. Only the Banqueting House was completed
    $2000 4
Name of the leopard Katharine Hepburn is "Bringing Up" in a screwball classic
    $2000 6
The immune system attacks nerves in the syndrome named for Georges Guillain & this other French physician
    $2000 3
A group known as the "Chicago 8" were blamed for the violence during an 1886 riot in this Chicago square
    $2000 21
In "Nostromo", this author describes the flag of Costaguana as red & yellow with 2 palm trees
    $2000 14
This word used to describe the strength or the flavor of coffee comes from the Latin for "oak tree"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve! Miriam Andrew
$12,000 $8,600 $13,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVELISTS
In a 1952 novel, he wrote, "But there were dry years too, & they put a terror on the valley. The water came in a thirty-year cycle"

Final scores:

Steve! Miriam Andrew
$0 $17,100 $24,001
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve! Miriam Andrew
$16,000 $7,800 $12,600
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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