Show #8273 - Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Contestants

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Paloma Thombley, an HR director from San Francisco, California

Keoni Rodriguez, an undergraduate student at Stanford from San Diego, California

Devin Rossiter, an academic coach from Bakersfield, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,405)

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Jeopardy! Round

CLUES ACROSS THE SMITHSONIAN
U.S. ISLANDS
ADD AN E
(Alex: Each correct response will be two words, one of them having an "E" more than the previous word.)
AUTOMAKER FOR THE PEOPLE
ANIMATED TV
THE HOLE TRUTH
    $200 12
(Bill Kelly presents from the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, D.C.) I'm Bill Kelly from ABC7: the Air and Space Museum's Pioneers of Flight Gallery include such treasures as the bright red Lockheed Vega in which this woman became the first woman and second person to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932
    $200 6
Tradition says Peter Minuit bought this island from local Native Americans for the equivalent of $24
    $200 9
A word meaning great delight is happy to add an E to be a young 'roo
    $200 25
Charge down the road in its Charger
    $200 1
This title Springfield family doesn't seem to have aged a bit in 31 years
    $200 21
In 2019 Berkeley removed gender-specific language from its municipal code, making these into "maintenance holes"
    $400 13
(Michelle Marsh presents from outside the National Museum of African American History & Culture.) Hi, I'm Michelle Marsh from ABC7: this Georgia congressman and veteran of the Civil Rights Movement began pushing for an African-American History Museum in the 1980s, and at the 2016 dedication said he felt like singing Mahalia Jackson's "How We Got Over"
    DD: $1,000 7
A tourist spot, Maryland's Kent Island is the largest island in this body of water
    $400 17
A word denoting vigor doubles its E to make the cry of a young bird
    $400 26
Someone will call 911 if you go too fast in its Macan GTS
    $400 2
Isaac Hayes was the voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy on this TV show
    $400 22
The notorious Winter Park sinkhole of 1981 in this state swallowed a house and several automobiles
    $600 14
(Bill Kelly presents from the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, D.C.) The Air and Space Museums's Milestones of Flight Hall is filled with historic crafts, like this plane that made headlines around the world in the spring of 1927
    $600 8
Since 1895 most of this northern Michigan island has been part of a state park
    $600 18
A word meaning angry takes on an E to enjoy a honey & water alcoholic concoction
    $600 27
In 2017 you could get its V90 during its King of Sweden Day sales event
    $600 3
Despite all his scheming on "Looney Tunes" , Wile E. Coyote never quite catches this prey
    $600 23
An atrioventricular septal defect is a hole or holes in this organ
    $800 15
( Jonathan Elias presents from outside The Castle in Washington, D.C.) Hi, I'm Jonathan Elias from ABC7: the architect of the Smithsonian's Castle said the color of the sandstone he used was close to ashes of roses; it was quarried in Maryland along this nearby river
    $800 10
Money from the BP oil spill is being used to restore this state's Queen Bess Island, a pelican habitat
    $800 19
To experience again in your mind becomes a word meaning to ease pain
    $800 28
This German company makes the A3 sedan
    $800 4
These neighbors of the Flintstones had a son named Bamm-Bamm
    $800 24
Under new rules of golf for 2019, there's no penalty for leaving this in the hole while putting
    $1000 16
(Veronica Johnson presents from the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.) Hi, I'm Veronica Johnson from ABC7: the atrium of the National Museum of the American Indian displays boats, including a birchbark canoe of this people of Lake Superior, also known as the Ojibwe; many of their customs are depicted in "The Song of Hiawatha"
    $1000 11
In a famous annual event, ponies swim from Assateague Island to this state's nearby Chincoteague
    $1000 20
A unit of fluid capacity takes on an E to become a 16th century sailing vessel
    $1000 5
"Double Indecency" & "Skytanic" are episodes of the show about this title spy whose codename is "Duchess"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Devin Keoni Paloma
$3,400 $3,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Devin Keoni Paloma
$6,600 $4,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANTHROPOLOGY
SEEING RED
AN(IMAL)AGRAMS
HERE'S THE PLAY
IT'S GONNA BE CLOSE...
HE'S OUT!
    $400 15
A brilliant red, it can come before macaw or fever in nature
    $400 11
A slitherer we hope doesn't live up to its anagram:
ANKLE TASTER
    $400 1
In this 1955 play Brick tells Maggie, "I don't want to lean on your shoulder, I want my crutch!"
    $400 5
Steve Kerr joked, "Well, I guess I got to bail Michael out again" describing a game-winning shot for this team in the 1997 NBA Finals
    $400 20
As Baghdad fell in 2003, this president took some pocket money... $1 billion from Iraq's Central Bank
    DD: $7,000 26
Ruth Benedict analyzed this country in her classic book "The Chrysanthemum and the Sword"
    $800 16
This pinkish red color is named for the external skeletons of certain marine organisms
    $800 12
It's not a fan of "under glass":
HATES PAN
    $800 2
David Frost gets a drunken late-night call from this other title man just before the final interview
    $800 6
At the 2008 Olympics he won his 7th gold by a fingertip, beating Milorad Cavic to the wall in the 100m butterfly by .01 of a second
    $800 21
The Fascist Grand Council booted this leader on July 24, 1943 but in a George Costanza-like move, he went to work the next day--didn't fly
    $1200 23
This flowy top is in an anthropology book as "the most universal of civilized garments" & in Anthropologie stores sells for $95
    $1200 17
Not plum but this purplish red comes from a fruit tree, scientifically Prunus avium
    $1200 13
If it charges:
HI CORONERS!
    $1200 3
"God of Carnage" starred Hope Davis, Jeff Daniels, Marcia Gay Harden & this "Sopranos" boss
    $1200 7
On May 24, 1992 Al Unser Jr. held off the perfectly named for his sport Scott Goodyear by .043 of a second to win this event
    $1600 24
Douglas Owsley has studied Jamestown & Branch Davidian skeletons to do this kind of anthropology that figures out how people died
    $1600 18
Gemstones that are also types of red include the ruby & this 6-letter dark, clear mineral
    $1600 14
Specific type of bird in a Stevie Nicks tune:
EVIDENT WHO WE DIG
    DD: $800 4
Kevin Bacon was not in this "numeric" play in 1990 but you could go trace his connections to Courtney B. Vance & Stockard Channing
    $1600 8
It doesn't get much closer than the 2009 Wimbledon final, where this Swiss Mr. beat Andy Roddick 16-14 in the fifth set
    $2000 25
The 1st prehistoric individual IDed with parents of different human groups lived around 90,000 B.C. & was half Denisovan, half this group
    $2000 19
As seen in Titian's "Assumption of the Virgin" from the year 1518, this wormy, vivid red was widely used in medieval and Renaissance art
    $2000 22
What one lion said to the other:
PLATE ONE!
    $2000 10
Neil Simon won a 1991 Tony for "Lost in" here, which actually isn't too far from Broadway
    $2000 9
In 2015, after 8:08:32, just 8 seconds would separate the 1st & 3rd place finishers in this type of race

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Devin Keoni Paloma
$13,400 $18,400 $3,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRY NAMES
5 U.N. member countries have one-syllable names: Chad, Laos & these 3 in Europe

Final scores:

Devin Keoni Paloma
$26,799 $8,400 $100
2-day champion: $52,204 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Devin Keoni Paloma
$13,600 $12,200 $3,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
7 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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