Show #8184 - Thursday, March 19, 2020

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Aaron Shepard, a Navy JAG officer from Alexandria, Virginia

Michonne Omo, a staff attorney from Walnut Creek, California

Andrea Dragan, a research compliance manager from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

HEAR HERE, NEW YORK!
THE PONY EXPRESS
MOCK MEATS
TERMS OF ART
KNOWLEDGE
"POWER"
    $200 3
How do you get to this building? Have your tone poem premiere there, like Gershwin in 1928... or just hop off the Q at 57th & 7th
    $200 24
Big news items spread by the Express included the election of this president & the start of the Civil War a year later
    $200 11
It can refer to a crayon made with powdered pigment, or a finished work of art created with them
    $200 16
A coherent series of propositions that serves as an explanation; the "Big Bang" is called one
    $200 1
My new Ferrari 488 GTB gets 660 of this unit used for measuring the strength of a car's engine
    $400 7
Now stepping to the collection plate & leading mass in 2008 at Yankee Stadium, this pope, No. XVI, this pope
    $400 23
Pony Express riders were given one of these books when hired & required to sign a pledge not to swear, drink alcohol or get into fights
    $400 12
It's the term for the board on which an artist puts the colors as well as the range of colors used
    $400 17
It's the ability to form logical conclusions & its "age" began in England & France in the 18th century
    $400 2
In ice hockey, when one team has a numerical advantage because of a penalty
    $600 8
It's Showtime at this venue on 125th Street for its comedy club & amateur night
    DD: $1,000 27
The Express only ran for 18 months, ending when this other service was completed nationwide in 1861
    $600 20
Despite lacking protein, mushrooms can be good meat substitutes as they have this Japanese 5th taste
    $600 13
Term for a 3-dimensional artwork hung from a stand or the ceiling & moved freely by air currents
    $600 18
Sometimes paired with "psycho-", it's the separation & examination of something's parts to gain knowledge
    $600 4
The company known as this man "& Associates" is a leader in consumer satisfaction research
    $800 9
After performing there in 1965, Paul McCartney got back to this large N.Y. venue in 2008 to help Billy Joel play its last show
    $800 26
Among the best known of the riders were "Pony Bob" Haslam, "Broncho Charlie" Miller & William Cody, nicknamed this
    $800 21
This tropical fruit with a man's name has a very meat-like texture
    $800 14
This two-word term describes the place on the horizon where parallel lines appear to meet
    $800 19
Philosopher Immanuel Kant looked at knowledge from 2 perspectives: "a posteriori" & this one
    $800 5
This legal document gives one party the authority to act on behalf of the other
    $1000 10
BAM for short, it opened with a bam in 1861; the New York Times said it had the finest exterior of all the public buildings of its kind in America
    $1000 22
This 6-letter Indian soft cheese has been substituting for meat for centuries
    $1000 15
This French term refers to paintings done outdoors
    $1000 25
8-letter word for one who knows all about lots of things, not just numbers
    $1000 6
"Expect the Best and Get It" is a chapter in this bestseller by Norman Vincent Peale

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

Andrea Michonne Aaron
$200 $2,200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrea Michonne Aaron
$2,400 $4,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

LAKES & RIVERS
THE FIRST MODERN OLYMPICS
ADJECTIVES FOR ANIMALS
HISTORIC ELEMENTS & MINERALS
AUTHORS' OTHER JOBS
CAST IT
    $400 1
A remnant of the ancient Lake Bonneville, it's the largest lake in the western United States
    $400 21
As in ancient times, the first Modern Olympics, held in this country in 1896, had only male participants
    $400 6
This word can describe a sheep with a thick fleecy coat, or an extinct mammoth also noted for its coat
    $400 14
A portrait of James Joyce as a young man included opening this city's first movie theater, the Volta
    $400 10
"Friends": Chandler Bing
    $800 2
The Rappahannock River rises in the Blue Ridge Mountains & flows just over 200 miles before emptying into this bay
    $800 20
Germany's Carl Schuhmann won 4 medals, one for wrestling & 3 for this, including team parallel bars
    $800 7
If your dog sits, stays or heels on command, he's considered this 8-letter highly desirable adjective
    $800 16
In 1931 Gandhi picked up some mud & referring to this in it, said, "With this, I am shaking the foundations of the British Empire"
    DD: $2,600 15
Like Doc Holliday, Zane Grey was trained as one of these professionals
    $800 9
The original "Star Trek": Mr. Spock
    $1200 3
Popular for bass fishing, the manmade Grand Lake o' the Cherokees is in this state
    $1200 22
Seen here, dressed in traditional garb, Spyridon Louis became a national hero after winning this 26-mile race
    $1200 8
From the Latin word for "tree", this term is used for certain monkeys who spend most of their time in trees
    $1200 17
Pliny the Elder knew a long time ago that quartz was able to split light into one of these arrays
    $1200 11
"This is Us": Randall Pearson
    $1600 4
As seen here, the city of Florence, Italy, lies on both sides of this four-letter river
    $1600 23
America's Robert Garrett threw a 5-pound, 8-inch diameter one of these almost 96 feet to victory
    $1600 18
This word describes birds that travel great distances during certain seasons of the year
    $1600 26
In the 19th century Cornwall was a world leader in producing tin & tin's by-product, this poison with atomic number 33
    $1600 12
"Fawlty Towers": Basil Fawlty
    $2000 5
This longest river of Poland runs through the city of Warsaw
    DD: $2,000 24
Though joined together at the time, these 2 Central European countries competed separately
    $2000 19
Aggressive cats may also be this, extra protective of their home turf or personal space
    $2000 25
Cardinal de Rohan, actually the dupe of a con woman, was arrested in 1785 as part of "The Affair of" this necklace
    $2000 27
Early jobs for this "Hitchhiker's Guide" author include bodyguard, chicken shed cleaner & script editor for "Doctor Who"
    $2000 13
"The Walking Dead": Rick Grimes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrea Michonne Aaron
$6,400 $15,800 -$3,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY HISTORY
1946 was the last year this place, now a country, was represented in the U.S. House of Representatives

Final scores:

Andrea Michonne Aaron
$10,000 $15,800 -$3,600
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrea Michonne Aaron
$7,400 $17,800 -$1,000
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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