Show #8231 - Monday, June 8, 2020

Contestants

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Tonya Schaan, a travel planner from Shreveport, Louisiana

Lindsay Madejski, a privacy consultant from Falls Church, Virginia

Morgan Wilbanks, a physician from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

A NATIONAL MONUMENT-AL CHALLENGE
COLORS
NAME, RANK, NO SERIAL NUMBER
3 TO GET READY
FOR GOOD MEASURE
"ROCK" &/OR "ROLL" SONGS
    $200 4
O say can you see this national monument & historic shrine? You sure can, at 2400 East Fort Avenue in Baltimore
    $200 10
It can mean melancholy or refer to indecent material
    $200 8
William Bligh officially got this rank one year after his 1789 misadventure
    $200 16
One of these poems is arranged in 3 lines of 5,
7 &
5 syllables
    $200 1
This metric unit of liquid measure is equal to approximately 1.057 quarts
    $400 5
The 20-room cliff dwelling in Arizona with the name of this Aztec ruler provides a look at the culture of the Sinagua people
    $400 19
Amy Ray & Emily Saliers perform as these girls
    $400 9
Alvin York is famed as this, but he was a rank below it at the time of his noted World War I actions
    $400 18
The hop & the step are the first parts of this track & field event
    $400 2
1,728 cubic inches is equal to one of these
    $400 23
Chuck Berry's impossible 1956 title request of Ludwig van while "rockin' in 2 by 2"
    $600 13
Including the nickname of African-American troops, an Ohio site is named Charles Young these Soldiers National Monument
    $600 20
"To scorch slightly in cooking" is one Random House Dictionary definition
    $600 24
On Columbus' first voyage, this one of a trio didn't make it back to Spain, having run aground off Hispaniola
    $600 3
1 Mickey, or about 0.1 millimeter, is defined as the smallest detectable movement of one of these computer devices
    $600 6
"Today's music ain't got the same soul, I like that" 1979 Bob Seger hit with this title
    $800 14
Enjoy a close encounter with this national monument in Wyoming AKA Grizzly Bear's Lodge, a remnant of a volcanic intrusion
    $800 11
Close to russet, it's also a policeman in old-timey slang
    $800 25
Of the 3 major varieties of rock, the type that limestone is
    $800 17
Used to measure the height of horses from the ground to the top of the shoulders, one of these units equals 4 inches
    $800 7
"When life is too much", Steve Winwood shared this title advice, baby, in a 1988 No. 1 hit
    DD: $2,000 15
Wind-blown gypsum gives this national monument in New Mexico it's self-evident 2-word name
    $1000 12
A color, or a princely dynasty important in the Netherlands
    $1000 27
Robert Gould Shaw, who found "Glory" leading the 54th infantry of this state, was a colonel when he died in battle in 1863
    $1000 26
In England the only 3 kings of this name ascended in the 1100s, 1300s & 1400s
    $1000 21
One of these "porcine" measures is equal to 63 gallons of liquid
    $1000 22
In 2007 Nickelback sang, "I'm gonna trade this life for fortune & fame, I'd even cut my hair & change my name" to be this title

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

Morgan Lindsay Tonya
$600 $800 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Lindsay Tonya
$1,800 $2,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY NOTABLES
FONTS OF WISDOM
AMERICAN PLAYS
ISLAND PEOPLE
THIS IS LEOPARDY!
TRANSCENDENTAL WORDS
(Alex: Each correct response will be a word that can be made from the letters you find in the word "transcendental".)
    $400 25
"Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!" Julia ward Howe wrote the words to this song, which was a Union Army standard during the Civil War
    $400 19
Debuting in 1932, a font designed for a London newspaper was called times new this
    $400 3
Stella could tell ya the action in "A Streetcar Named Desire" takes place in this city
    $400 5
John Luther & Macavity the Cat are among the roles of this British actor
    $400 2
As you can see from the beginning of the leopard's name, this other cat gets some credit etymologically
    $400 1
The alimentary & the Kiel are very different types of these
    $800 26
His operas "Il Trovatore" & "La Traviata" both premiered in 1853
    $800 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) California’s 3rd and Texas 3th district make the A; Ohio’s 12th and 7th districts make the B, and Connecticut’s 1st district is the C in a new font called Ugly Gerry in which “Gerry” stands for this partisan process
    $800 4
The stage manager in this play tells us it's set in Grover's Corners & that it's May 7, 1901, just before dawn
    $800 6
She was in 13 consecutive S.I. swimsuit issues & despite her name, does not speak with a brogue
    $800 12
Leopards take about half their kills to eat here, where those lousy prey-stealing hyenas are unable to follow
    $800 24
A public disgrace, with or without TV President Fitzgerald Grant
    $1200 27
Mary Baker Eddy founded this religion after spiritual healing helped her recover from a serious fall
    $1200 21
French for "without", it can come in front of serif or after comic in the name of fonts
    $1200 7
"Raisin" is a musical version of this classic drama
    $1200 16
Insular first name of merchant Field & running back Faulk
    $1200 13
Tai Lung, the villain in "Kung Fu Panda", is this type of Asian leopard that can range up to 18,000 feet elevation
    DD: $3,000 10
To pour that Cabernet oh-so-gently into another container
    $1600 28
We wonder who snapped the photo of him as he was usually behind the camera
    $1600 22
Get that liberated feeling with this script, also a swimming stroke
    $1600 8
These are the last names of Felix & Oscar, the 2 mismatched roommates of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple"
    $1600 17
Anne Clark is the original name of this Grammy-winning singer
    $1600 14
Leopards' spots are called these due to their resemblance to a certain flower
    $1600 9
Mother-of-pearl! It's AKA mother-of-pearl!
    DD: $4,800 23
The font for this historic book printed in 1455 has come to be known as textura
    $2000 18
The 1980 Tony winner for Best Play, this drama was specially written for deaf actress Phyllis Frelich
    $2000 29
In novels like "American Psycho" & "Glamorama", he's the chronicler of people with more money than is good for them
    $2000 15
A leopard conservation success story, Akagera National Park is a 2 1/2-hour drive from Kigali in this country
    $2000 11
Duck! This French term also means a baseless & derogatory rumor

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Lindsay Tonya
$11,600 $9,000 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
10-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. sang with his church's choir at the celebrated premiere of this film

Final scores:

Morgan Lindsay Tonya
$22,600 $2 $22,000
2-day champion: $44,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Morgan Lindsay Tonya
$7,000 $9,000 $10,000
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
15 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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