Show #8161 - Monday, February 17, 2020

MacKenzie Jones game 1.

Contestants

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MacKenzie Jones, a program development director from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tom Ellison, a business manager from Brooklyn, New York

Terry Heard Jr., an aircraft maintainer from Akron, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,663)

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Jeopardy! Round

JACKAL
HYDE
3-WORD BOOK TITLES BY MIDDLE WORD
SURVIVOR
BEARD MAN
RHYME FIGHTER
    $200 12
The jackal was called this big cat's "provider": it was thought to assist on hunts
    $200 16
The murderous Mr. Edward Hyde was created by this author
    $200 6
Elizabeth Gilbert: "Pray"
    $200 14
(Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor, presents the clue.) The weather upped the stakes for "Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X". The castaways had to be temporarily evacuated from their camps due to Zena, this tropical storm that can also be called a hurricane or a typhoon
    $200 21
A Guinness World Record, Hans Langseth's over 17-foot-long beard was eventually cut and donated to this D.C. institution
    $200 5
You "pull" one of these by staying up very late until that term paper is finally finished
    $400 13
Some jackals use mounds abandoned by these ant-like insects as dens to birth their pups
    $400 17
Enacted by Congress in response to this 1973 Supreme Court case, the Hyde Amendment limits public funding for abortions
    $400 26
Truman Capote: "Cold"
    $400 29
(Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor, presents the clue.) In 1882 Germany, Austria-Hungary & Italy formed a secret pact called the Triple this. On the first season of "Survivor", Richard formed a quadruple one with Sue, Rudy & Kelly in which the four voted as a bloc, a wildly successful strategy that set a precedent for the series
    $400 25
In 1860 11-year-old Grace Bedell of New York sent a letter urging him to "let your whiskers grow", & he did!
    $400 4
Synonym for a rabble-rouser who fires up a mob
    $600 19
This African country gave its name to a canine that is also known as the Abyssinian wolf & the Simien jackal
    $600 18
Founder of the Gaelic League, Douglas Hyde was also the first president of this republic
    $600 7
Jojo Moyes: "Before"
    $600 15
(Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor, presents the clue.) I knew that "Survivor" needed a catchphrase for when I snuffed out a torch at tribal council. It was actually executive producer Mark Burnett who inadvertently came up with this iconic 4-word phrase & the rest is TV history
    $600 1
By the time he died, still unshaven in 1923, his discovery, the X-ray, was an essential tool of medicine
    $600 22
This item near a car's radio evolved into a 12-volt accessory charger
    $800 27
This Russian airline has bred dog-jackal hybrids to sniff out explosives
    DD: $3,200 10
Anne Hyde was the mother of 2 British queens, Anne & this woman who married William III
    $800 8
Dr. Seuss: "in"
    $800 30
(Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor, presents the clue.) A fan favorite from "Survivor: The Australian Outback", she went on to co-host "The View" & "Fox & Friends"
    $800 2
This bearded French physician published the first edition of "Centuries", containing his prophecies, in 1555
    $800 23
After 8 years in the job in Dallas, Mike Rawlings said, "A mayor needs to" be this, bringing folks together
    $1000 20
Jackals in Africa can transmit this disease AKA lyssa to dogs & other animals
    $1000 11
An 1872 act of Parliament allowed anyone to talk in this "Corner" of London's Hyde Park
    $1000 9
W. Somerset Maugham: "Human"
    $1000 28
(Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor, presents the clue.) The castaways on "Survivor: China" visited the Great Wall & the Shaolin Temple, home of kung fu; for help with strategy the tribes were given this book that Sun Tzu wrote more than 2,500 years ago, though its tactics apply to "Survivor" as if it had been written today
    $1000 3
Stop the presses. Here's an image of this bearded 15th century German inventor
    $1000 24
Anatomical term for someone who talks spitefully about an absent person

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

Terry Tom MacKenzie
$6,600 $200 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Tom MacKenzie
$8,400 $2,200 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD RIVERS
ACT OF CONGRESS AKAs
ENTERTAINMENT
THE NOT-SO-VICIOUS CIRCLE
ART SUBJECTS
HAWAIIAN CROSSWORD CLUES
    $400 17
In the 1540s Francisco de Orellana made the first known trip down its entire length
    $400 22
1790: "an act providing for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States"
    $400 9
This song was written in 1908 & over 100 years later it's still sung during the seventh-inning stretch
    $400 23
Adair, Iowa & Makanda, Illinois have put this cheerful symbol, big in the '70s, on their water towers
    $400 13
This Dutch artist often painted his beloved wife Saskia, who died in 1642 at age 29
    $400 20
The "Valley Isle" (4)
    $800 16
Dusseldorf & Mainz are important cities on this river
    $800 24
1790: "an act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors"
    $800 21
In the 1980s Cyndi Lauper & Wham! were among the artists who made their early U.S. TV appearances on this Dick Clark series
    $800 14
For at least one day in December, the sun does not set south of this circle
    DD: $13,000 19
Anna McNeill was arranged in grey & black for a work by this artist, her son
    $1200 1
The Thar Desert of Northwestern India stretches into Pakistan & this river's valley
    $1200 7
2001: "an act to deter and punish terrorist acts in the United States and around the world"
    $1200 10
In 2019 Aaron Paul reprised his role as Jesse Pinkman for this "Breaking Bad" movie
    $1200 4
Teenaged ballerina Marie van Goethem was the model for his sculpture of the "Little Dancer"
    $1600 2
It's name means swiftly flowing river and it crosses the province of the same name, the northern and southern branches meeting near Prince Albert
    $1600 8
1965: "an act to enforce the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and for other purposes"
    $1600 11
A resort area in the Catskills where many Jewish entertainers got their start had this alliterative nickname
    $1600 15
1989 film in which Keanu Reeves tells Alex Winter, "Strange things are afoot at the Circle K"
    $1600 6
Between 1971 & 1985 this artist painted Helga Testorf, his neighbor in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
    $2000 3
Not the Seine but this river that enters the Atlantic south of Brittany is the longest in France
    $2000 12
AFI's first "100 Greatest American Movies" list included this D.W. Griffith silent epic; on an updated list, it was gone
    $2000 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) The path of any point on the smaller circle will trace the diameter of the larger circle as the smaller circle rolls inside, according to the theorem of this Polish astronomer and mathematician
    $2000 5
Jeanne H├ębuterne had a slightly shorter neck than depicted in the works of her beau, this Italian painter

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Tom MacKenzie
$10,800 $4,600 $26,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FROM SCREEN TO STAGE
This 2007 movie came to Broadway with an all-female creative team including book & direction and with songs by pop star Sara Bareilles

Final scores:

Terry Tom MacKenzie
$10,380 $263 $26,400
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $26,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry Tom MacKenzie
$8,400 $4,600 $14,200
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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