Show #8103 - Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Contestants

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Ellen Keane, a librarian from Stoneham, Massachusetts

Ben Zhang, a medical student from Hempstead, New York

Beth Stewart, a receptionist from Naperville, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $53,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH NOVEL HAIKU
BACK TO BLACK
THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
HERE, KITTY
GET "IN"
ON THE GROUND FLOOR
    $200 30
Orphan asylum / "Or, the Parish Boy's Progress" / How Dickensian!
    $200 6
Despite the color, the aeronautical object seen here is commonly called this
    $200 29
In 2007, the actors who played this small-statured group in "The Wizard of Oz" got a collective star
    $200 11
The Canadian lynx relies heavily on the snowshoe type of this animal for its sustenance
    $200 1
A basketball pass toward the court
    $200 16
You'll find the SpaceBase Gift Shop on the ground floor of this Seattle attraction
    $400 23
No man's on island / Schoolboys have a bad field trip / Simon says please stop
    $400 7
In 2018 the CDC reported "prevalence of black lung continues to increase among" these workers
    $400 21
Stars are awarded in five main categories--Recording, Live Performance, Motion Pictures, Television, and this, denoted by a microphone
    $400 12
In the voice box, great cats like the lion & tiger have instead of the epihyal bone a special ligament letting them do this
    $400 2
First in a series, or relating to an official induction ceremony
    $400 17
The ground floor of "The Residence" in this U.S. building contains a diplomatic reception room & a chocolate shop
    $600 22
A year in the life / Cigarettes, accounted for / Is Darcy the one?
    $600 10
Announcing the first iPhone, Steve Jobs wore his trademark black shirt of this style
    $600 20
Carrie Underwood is one of the honorees whose star is in front of this iconic building that looks like a stack of discs
    $600 24
Distinctive black "tear tracks" along the snout of this fastest land animal may be an antiglare mechanism
    $600 3
Don't do it to copyrights, says U.S. Code title 17 section 501
    $600 25
The NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission has given historic designation to this skyscraper's 5th Avenue Art Deco lobby
    $800 14
Morlocks & Eloi / Man, the years really fly by! / A Wells of info
    $800 8
Germans enjoy a sandwich of this black bread, slathered with lard, between 2 slices of rye
    $800 19
In August 2019, flowers were placed on the star of this "Easy Rider" actor who passed away at age 79
    $800 28
Let's take this "tigre americano" for a spin--it feeds on capybara & will attack caimans
    $800 4
Unintentional, like an innocent omission
    DD: $1,600 26
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE) The massive underwriting room occupies the ground floor of the London headquarters of this company
    $1000 5
A Woolf epistle / Clarissa explains it all / Let's meet the "Mrs."
    $1000 9
Netflix' "Black Mirror" released an Emmy-winning interactive movie in 2018 with this title out of "Jabberwocky"
    $1000 18
In 1958, Joanne Woodward married Paul Newman, got one of the first stars, and won an Oscar for playing all "Three Faces" of her
    $1000 13
For camouflage, the leopard is covered in these "flowery" spots; like human fingerprints, each pattern is unique
    $1000 15
It's a simple method of adding flavor; when you put a tea bag in hot water,you're making one
    $1000 27
Le Cafe sits at the base of this Canadian spot, more than 1,100 feet below its revolving 360 Restaurant

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

Beth Ben Ellen
$2,200 $1,600 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Ben Ellen
$3,800 $3,400 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

IN THE OPERA CAST
WORDS, WORDS, WORDS
JOSHUA FIT THE BATTLE
CELEBRITY ARTISTS
PHARMACY KNOWLEDGE
WE SHARE THAT WATER
(Alex: You give us the two states that share the waters we tell you about.)
    $400 17
This very...deep...trance comes from the name of the Greek god of sleep
    $400 26
Joshua Leakey received Britain's Victoria Cross for saving a U.S. Marine in this country's Helmand province in 2013
    $400 12
This singer paints angels, one in an artwork called "Rhiannon"
    $400 19
Long Island Sound
    $800 28
Roles in this opera include Suzuki, American Consul Sharpless & Trouble, the title woman's child
    $800 25
When you rob or swindle someone, you strip him of his assets like stripping a sheep of its wool; hence this verb
    $800 11
Revolutionary War hero Joshua Barney was so dashing that in France in 1782, this queen let him kiss her cheek instead of her hand
    $800 13
Enjoy this Oscar-winning actor's work entitled "Tony, Self Portrait" perhaps with a nice Chianti
    $800 27
An ill-fitting cuff may make this free test at the drugstore less accurate, so the store will sell you a home monitor
    $800 24
Lake Tahoe
    $1200 5
Raimondo, chaplain to this noble house, urges Lucia to accept her arranged marriage
    $1200 21
This word for a local station in a television network comes from a Latin word meaning "to adopt as a son"
    $1200 10
Gen. Joshua Guest is in London's Westminster Abbey for defending this capital city against Bonnie Prince Charlie's forces
    $1200 14
"Bisou Moi", or "Kiss Me", was painted by this Irish James Bond actor for wife Keely Shaye Smith
    $1200 18
Many New Yorkers get their meds from the chain started in 1960 between 2 downtown streets: Duane & this one
    $1200 23
Green Bay
    $1600 4
In this opera Canio tells Nedda, more or less, "I'm funny how, like I'm a clown, I amuse you?" Then stabs her
    DD: $3,500 7
This adjective once indicated craftsmanship; now it means "fake"
    $1600 9
Injured at Petersburg in this state in 1864, Joshua Chamberlain became the last man to die of Civil War wounds--in 1914
    $1600 15
She already had 2 exhibitions under her belt before stardom in "Charlie's Angels" on film & "Elementary" on TV
    $1600 2
Term for a pharmacy that makes up individualized batches for patients who can't use a big pharma product
    DD: $4,800 22
Lake Powell--2 of the Four Corners states
    $2000 3
It makes sense that Manrico in this Verdi opera sings beautifully; he is "The Troubadour"
    $2000 6
Similar to illiterate, it's the word for one unable to handle basic mathematics
    $2000 8
The 1759 Battle of Quiberon Bay has been called "The Trafalgar of" this war & future British Adm. Joshua Rowley was there
    $2000 16
Among this African-American actor's paintings are self-portraits as Lando Calrissian
    $2000 1
It's a change in a drug's effect when a second medication is taken too; the Warfarin-Acetaminophen one can be dangerous
    $2000 20
The Savannah River

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Ben Ellen
$5,400 $5,100 $14,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE QUOTES
The 2 single-word quotes on AFI's list of the top 100 movie quotes; 1 is from 1941, the other from 1967

Final scores:

Beth Ben Ellen
$599 $4,798 $11,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $11,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Beth Ben Ellen
$10,200 $8,600 $13,400
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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