Show #8167 - Tuesday, February 25, 2020

MacKenzie Jones game 7.

Contestants

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Sandha Khin, an artist & performer from Los Angeles, California

Christopher Cartagena, a social studies educator from Royal Palm Beach, Florida

MacKenzie Jones, a program development director from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 6-day cash winnings total $162,403)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CONSTITUTION SAYS
GEOGRAPHY
WHOSE NO. 1 ALBUM
"INCH" WORD, "INCH" WORD...
DISTILL CRAZY
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
    $200 4
The Sixth Amendment grants the right "to a speedy and public" this
    $200 18
Argentines call these islands east of their mainland Islas Malvinas
    $200 1
1999: "...Baby One More Time"
    $200 2
This kitchen measurement should come out to about 1/16 of a teaspoon
    $200 15
Cognac is this type of liquor that's distilled from wine
    $200 17
Nearly 30 years passed between the end of Jerry Brown's 2nd term as governor of this state & the beginning of his 3rd one
    $400 5
Patents & copyrights are authorized "to promote the progress of science and useful" these
    $400 19
Split between 2 nations, this most populous Caribbean island was named by Columbus
    $400 11
In 2008 & 2009, on the Billboard 200 & Top Country Album charts: "Fearless"
    $400 3
It follows "lead-pipe" in an idiom for something that is a certainty
    $400 16
Ketel One puts fermented wheat through both column & pot stills to make this type of liquor
    $400 23
After nearly a decade of waiting, this author assures us "The Winds of Winter" is coming--there's an excerpt on his website
    $600 6
"The President shall be" this "of the Army and Navy of the United States"
    DD: $2,000 20
Along the Mediterranean there's a French & an Italian this, Italian for "coast"
    $600 12
1982, by this girl band: "Beauty And The Beat"
    $600 9
Boris Karloff voiced this animated character in 1966
    $600 30
In Prohibition times, this 10-letter type of bootlegger made booze in illegal stills at night
    $600 24
"The Other Side of the Wind", made by this "Citizen Kane" legend who died in 1985, was finally completed & shown in 2018
    $800 7
"No Person shall be" one of these "who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty years"
    $800 21
This 16,900-foot mountain peak in Turkey is the traditional landing site of Noah's Ark
    $800 13
1969: "Green River", including the title song & "Bad Moon Rising"
    $800 10
The thick fur of this rodent helps it survive the cold temperatures that occur way up high in the Andes
    $800 28
Before bourbon is distilled, it is this crushed grain mix that can be sweet or sour
    $800 25
Named for a nearby performance hall, this Manhattan deli served its last pastrami & closed in 2016 after 79 years of business
    $1000 8
No government official may accept a present or this type of compensation from a foreign state without Congress' OK
    $1000 22
The river known as the Tsangpo in Tibet and the Dhang in northeast India has this name, meaning "Son of Brahma" when it joins the Ganges
    $1000 14
In 2019, this boy band, back on top with "DNA"
    $1000 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) The wheel of a chariot was secured by this ancient item, which in modern usage can refer to any integral part used to hold something together
    $1000 27
The best stills for gin are said to be made from this malleable elemental metal that strips away sulfur from the mix
    $1000 26
In 2006, after 15 years of construction, this city's "Big Dig" of roads & tunnels was completed

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

MacKenzie Christopher Sandha
$1,000 $2,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Christopher Sandha
$4,600 $7,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRO BONOBO WORK
ANTONYMS
ANCIENT GREEK THEATER
APTLY NAMED
THAT'S SO 500 YEARS AGO!
PLAYING REAL PEOPLE
    $400 23
Many primatologists think that bonobos are matriarchal, meaning these are in charge
    $400 18
It's the antonym of antonym
    $400 17
Greek drama in Athens largely began as part of festivals honoring this inebriating god
    $400 2
In 1999 Sara Blizzard joined the BBC as a presenter of this
    $400 13
On Sept. 20, 1519 this Portuguese captain led his 5-ship fleet towards South America without even using GPS!
    $400 7
In a 2019 film Renee Zellweger channeled this legendary actress near the end of her life, performing in London
    $800 1
The endangered bonobo can only be found in the wild in this country, AKA the DRC
    $800 9
The opposite of voluntary, it precedes "minimum" in certain prison sentences
    $800 3
He was clocked at 27.8 mph during a 100-meter race in 2009
    $800 14
To protect inventors & their works, in 1474 the senate of this Italian maritime republic enacted the first patent law
    $800 8
(Christopher Plummer presents the clue.) I had faced questions years before from the notoriously tough interviewer, which helped me play him on film in "The Insider"
    $1200 19
Orwell: "War is peace. Freedom is" this
    $1200 25
In a precursor to Greek tragedy, this group that described & commented on dramatic action could have as many as 50 members
    $1200 4
Don't be nervous--you know Jules Angst was a professor in the department of this medical specialty at the University of Zurich
    $1200 15
As recorded by monks from 1485 to 1507, the leading cause of death for them was this disease of the lungs; plague was third
    $1200 10
Armie Hammer played both Cameron & Tyler Winklevoss in this 2010 film
    $1600 22
For some odd reason, bonobos at this famed Southern California zoo clap while they groom each other
    $1600 20
In astronomy parlance, it's zenith's diametric opposite
    DD: $5,000 27
Aristotle wrote about drama in his "Poetics" & used this word for the release of strong, emotions brought on by a play
    $1600 5
Guinness formerly listed Marilyn vos Savant as the person with the highest score on a test of this
    DD: $6,000 16
One of the largest religious complexes ever built, this temple dedicated to Vishnu was mostly abandoned by 1431
    $1600 11
(Bryan Cranston presents the clue.) I tried to capture the contradictions of this blacklisted onetime communist who also loved being the highest-paid screenwriter in Hollywood
    $2000 24
Bonobos were only defined as their own species in 1929 & not in a zoo or in the wild but from a skull in this type of institution
    $2000 21
A gigantic opposite of small, this adjective comes from the name of Pantagruel's dad
    $2000 6
This last name of bestselling novelist & nonfiction writer Francine is decidedly unpoetic
    $2000 26
The biggest artillery of the period may have been the great cannon that fired at this city during the 1453 siege
    $2000 12
(Ryan Reynolds presents the clue.) In the 2015 film "Woman in Gold", I played Randy Schoenberg, the lawyer who finally got the Austrian government to return Nazi-looted art to the relatives of Adele Bloch-Bauer whose portrait was painted by this Austrian known for his use of gold leaf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Christopher Sandha
$20,600 $5,000 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAST FOOD
This sandwich was 1st sold in 1962 as an attempt to give the many Catholics of Cincinnati something to eat on Fridays during Lent

Final scores:

MacKenzie Christopher Sandha
$21,805 $10,000 $8,800
7-day champion: $184,208 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

MacKenzie Christopher Sandha
$16,200 $8,600 $4,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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