Show #8162 - Tuesday, February 18, 2020

MacKenzie Jones game 2.

Contestants

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Caitlin Drinkard, a musician from Hamtramck, Michigan

Rex Wessel, an information security engineer from Alburtis, Pennsylvania

MacKenzie Jones, a program development director from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

3-WORD CITIES
SHE MARRIED THAT ROCK STAR
BUCKETS
ARCHITECTURE
THE 20th CENTURY
CONTRONYMS
    $200 16
Before it was renamed in 1804, this Haitian capital city was known as Port-Republicain
    $200 1
Christie Brinkley, in 1985
    $200 8
In 1957 the first KFC bucket was designed by this founder's first franchisee, Pete Harman
    $200 19
Tiny houses, usually 400 square feet or less, often have one of these open upper spaces for the bed
    $200 6
Stations using this sensing technology installed on Britain's coast in 1938 detected German bombers a few years later
    $200 25
It can mean to take away a car or to get your car back
    $400 17
It's the full name of the English town nicknamed "The Home of the Bard"
    $400 2
Linda Eastman, in 1969
    $400 9
In 1785 "Grose's Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue" defined this phrase as "to die"
    $400 20
Connecting buildings or parts of a house, this covered passage, open on the sides, is so named because it allows wind to pass through
    $400 7
Formulated by the Allies at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, this organization was established in Geneva in 1920
    $400 27
When you model, you do this to create a pose; for a stagehand, it means to take down a set
    $600 18
This city was named in 1565 by the Portuguese, who mistook its bay for the entrance to a river
    $600 3
Valerie Bertinelli, in 1981
    $600 10
"The Bucket List" starred these 2 Oscar winners, known for playing God & Satan in other films
    $600 21
Vital to holding up an arch is this block, top & center, that's placed last
    $600 13
Celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring was among Aug. 9, 1969 victims of the murderous gang controlled by this man
    $600 28
When doing this to a regular tree, you remove branches; while doing it to a Christmas tree, you add ornaments
    $800 23
Once the capital of a Sinhalese kingdom, Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte is today the legislative capital of this island country
    $800 4
TV personality formerly Sharon Arden, in 1982
    $800 11
Orchid bees fly into bucket orchids & deliver the materials that help in this reproductive process
    DD: $2,600 22
This British style of architecture was ushered in beginning with the reign of Henry VII
    $800 14
In 1909 a toy company chose the slogan "Goodbye" to this other 2-word toy, "Hello, Billy Possum"
    $800 29
You can do this to a meal by adding parsley or to a paycheck by deducting money
    $1000 24
In Arabic the name of this major port city & seat of Tanzania's government means "abode of peace"
    $1000 5
Shannon Tweed, finally, in 2011
    $1000 12
The BWE, or bucket-wheel this, is capable of moving 12,000 cubic meters of soil per hour
    $1000 26
Renewed interest in the buildings of ancient Rome and Greece shows in this style of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
    $1000 15
In 1956 it was g'day for the Olympics held here, the first held in the Southern Hemisphere
    $1000 30
As a verb, this piece of hardware can mean to affix something to the floor or to speed away, like in a race

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

MacKenzie Rex Caitlin
$2,200 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Rex Caitlin
$4,000 $2,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SPEAKING VOLUMES
CHEMISTRY
TV-POURRI
THAT USED TO HAPPEN?
RELIGIOUS IDIOMS
"V" END OF THE RUSSIAN NAME
(Alex: "V" coming up at the end of each Russian name.)
    $400 14
"The Last Lion", a biography of this British PM, appeared in 3 volumes in 1983, 1988 & 2012
    $400 6
It's the only chemical element that weighs less than helium
    $400 19
"A Million Little Pieces" is a tale of addiction & recovery; this ABC show is a drama featuring the Saville family
    $400 9
High car ownership, the interstate system & fear of strangers all led to the decline in this form of free highway travel
    $400 1
If you put up with a lot, you have "the patience of" this Old Testament man from the land of Uz
    $400 24
Name of the family that had a 300-year run of royal rule starting in 1613 with Czar Michael
    $800 15
Here's a revelation--it's the seventh & "Last" book in the Narnia series
    $800 7
Equal to the protons in its nucleus, this is 26 for iron
    $800 20
"Everybody Dies" was the 2012 series finale of this Hugh Laurie show
    $800 10
Quick cut and rough cut used to be literally true when this movie professional physically sliced up the film
    $800 2
A tornado is an example of this seemingly divinely caused event that can't be stopped by humans
    $800 25
Due to the TB that would eventually kill him, this "Sea Gull" playwright moved to the resort of Yalta in 1899
    $1200 16
The most recent edition of this lexicon in book form was published in 20 volumes in 1989
    $1200 8
Another word for a state of matter, it precedes "transition" to describe a change of a substance such as from liquid to gas
    $1200 21
There are Jawas, bounty droid IG-11 & Giancarlo Esposito as Moff Gideon in this Disney+ show that debuted in 2019
    $1200 11
"Duck &" this was actual 2-part advice in case of nuclear attack to 1950s kids from the Federal Civil Defense Administration
    $1200 3
One who's nearing the end of life is knocking on this, as in a 1973 Bob Dylan song
    DD: $3,000 26
This scientist who worked with dogs also showed how the flow of the stomach's digestive juices is controlled by the vagus nerve
    $1600 17
After it was serialized in a magazine, his "Madame Bovary" was published in 2 volumes in 1857
    $1600 22
This Skinnygirl made headlines recently when she announced she was leaving "The Real Housewives of New York City"
    $1600 12
With smoke-filled rooms & favorite sons, these used to be dramatic affairs but the last multi-ballot one was in 1952
    DD: $3,000 4
Something bad that later turns out to be good is one of these at first hidden signs of favor
    $1600 27
You remember his brilliant pawn sacrifice on the 14th move of the 10th game of the 1995 match against Anand
    $2000 18
In the 11 volumes of Will & Ariel Durant's "The Story of Civilization", "The Renaissance" is followed immediately by this "R" period
    $2000 23
From 1984 to 1989, she was the Allie of "Kate & Allie", and we bet she could give you contestants a run for your money, too
    $2000 13
Big offices used to have pools of mostly female workers to do typing & this job of taking dictation in shorthand
    $2000 5
Someone who descends quickly from public approval has undergone this religious-sounding tumble

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Rex Caitlin
$12,400 $4,000 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
This West African country of 12 million doesn't border the 1,200-mile-wide gulf of the same name

Final scores:

MacKenzie Rex Caitlin
$12,400 $2,599 $2,799
2-day champion: $38,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

MacKenzie Rex Caitlin
$13,600 $6,600 $5,400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $25,600

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