Show #8283 - Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Contestants

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Deanna Bolio, a communications specialist from Campbell, California

Kevin Karp, a screenwriter from Scottsdale, Arizona

Andy Wood, a writer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $47,598)

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Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD
I GOT THEM HISTORICAL BLUES
FOOD
V.O. INITIALS
(Alex: We'll give you the initials; you identify the artist doing the voice over.)
REQUESTS
THE PHRASE THAT PAYS
    $200 17
The Windrush, Evenlode & Cherwell are tributaries of this English river
    $200 30
On the day I was born / In April 1822 / I had no idea I'd be president, or a top general too / I wore the blues / The Union Army blues
    $200 12
This fruit was an early symbol of peace & prosperity
    $200 2
Ted in "Ted":
S.M.
    $200 11
It's a request made after trial for review by a higher court
    $200 5
Adding my opinion, "I'm putting my" this trifling amount "in"; I'd like to think it's worth more
    $400 18
The name of this Mexican city may be derived from a ranch in the area whose name translates to "Aunt Jane"
    $400 29
Can you hear this train's whistle blowin' / In 1889 / Running from Paris to Constantinople / Murder on the riders' minds
    $400 13
No lie, Burger King calls this signature sandwich "America's favorite burger"
    $400 3
Ralph in "Wreck-It Ralph":
J.C.R.
    $400 22
On Facebook if you delete this request, the sender can't send you another one for a year
    $400 6
Something completely without value is said to be "not worth a plugged" this
    $600 19
The name of this Iraqi city means "gift of God" or "founded by God"
    $600 26
There's a dark house over yonder / In Boston's North Square / The home this Founding Father rode from / A home still standing there
    $600 14
It's Christmas, and we got a batch of this semi-soft candy--yum
    $600 4
Mater in "Cars":
L.T.C.G.
    $600 23
In 2015 a California state agency mandated that restaurants may not serve this unless the diner requests it
    $600 7
You "turn on" one of these when you change direction in a small area
    DD: $2,000 20
This largest Alaskan island is home to the largest type of grizzly bear
    $800 27
Goin' to this max-security prison / Goin' to N.Y. soon / Its prisoner revolt had Pacino scream it / In "Dog Day Afternoon"
    $800 15
Encyclopedia Britannica says this quick bread "became an integral part of the fashionable ritual of 'taking tea"'
    $800 10
Remy from "Ratatouille":
P.O.
    $800 24
Perhaps the most famous song request in movie history is for this tune: Play it, Sam
    $800 8
The essential point of a matter, or the very last part of a financial report showing profit or loss
    $1000 21
This 1,500-mile mountain chain separates the Mediterranean basin from the Sahara
    $1000 28
Hundreds of miles of this barrier / Got to stop any German assault / Got a design but no Belgian line / Think that may be a fault
    $1000 16
This corkscrew pasta gets its name from the Italian for "little spindles"
    $1000 1
Wyldstyle/Lucy in "The Lego Movie":
E.B.
    $1000 25
To access a web page, your computer sends this familiar 4-letter type of request
    $1000 9
This "royal" phrase denotes a huge amount of money, perhaps to get your monarch back from those kidnappers

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

Andy Kevin Deanna
$4,800 $0 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Kevin Deanna
$7,000 $400 $9,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'90s NEWSMAKERS
ANIMAL ETYMOLOGY
WORRY LINES
ONE-SUBJECT NONFICTION
TV CRIME SHOWS
STARTS WITH "E"
    $400 2
In 1994, 4 years after his release from prison, he became president of South Africa
    $400 11
No surprise, this animal's name is from Greek for "8-footed"
    $400 22
In a No. 1 song, he cautioned, "In every life we have some trouble but when you worry you make it double, don't worry be happy"
    $400 17
"One Good Turn" is a history of this tool & Mr. Phillips makes an appearance
    $400 13
As Marty Byrde on "Ozark", this actor relocates his family to Missouri to try to pay off a debt to a drug cartel
    $400 29
If you're being elusive, you are taking these "maneuvers"
    $800 7
We salute you if you remember that he victoriously led U.S. Forces in the Persian Gulf War
    $800 6
From Malay for "man of the forest", this primate lives in the tropical rain forests of Sumatra
    $800 23
"What, me worry?" is the motto of this Mad Magazine cover boy
    $800 18
In 2018 "Cod" & "Salt" author Mark Kurlansky tackled this liquid, letting us know donkey's is low-fat & goat's is high-protein
    $800 14
A fashionable psychopathic hitwoman becomes the obsession of an MI6 agent on this BBC comedy crime drama
    $800 1
Being "burnt in" this 6-letter manner is not usually a good sign
    $1200 8
This Michigan M.D. defended himself at his fifth trial, in 1999; conviction for second-degree murder ensued
    $1200 12
The reindeer also goes by this Native American name meaning "shoveler of snow", from its habit of shoving snow aside to feed
    $1200 24
An old song says, "What's the use of worrying... so, pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and" do this, this, this
    DD: $2,000 19
Vince Beiser's "The World in a Grain" is about this substance that concrete & glass, among other things, are made of
    $1200 15
Spun off from "Sons of Anarchy", this show focuses on an outlaw motorcycle gang operating on the California/ Mexico border
    $1200 3
Seismological term for the place you least want to be in an earthquake
    $1600 9
The daughter of a Czech diplomat, she was U.S. ambassador to the U.N. before becoming U.S. Secretary of State
    $1600 27
Though it's really a mammal, its name is from Latin for "pig fish"
    $1600 25
When he was chair of the Fed in 1995, he said, "I worry incessantly that I might be too clear"
    $1600 20
Jasmine & vanilla are 2 ingredients, but you won't get the whole recipe in Tilar J. Mazzeo's book about this numerical perfume
    $1600 16
3 suburban mothers stop playing it safe & rob a supermarket on this show, but that's just the start of their criminal troubles
    DD: $1,500 4
A Christian holiday, or any sudden insight
    $2000 10
Replacing Ed Koch in 1990, he became New York City's first African American mayor
    $2000 28
Though wide awake now, this critter is thought to get the first part of its name from a word for "sleep"
    $2000 26
In this compilation of teachings, the Jewish sage Hillel said, "The more possessions, the more worry"
    $2000 21
Charles Seife wrote a book about it; ignored by the Romans & Greeks, it became "the most important tool in mathematics"
    $2000 30
This show stars Cillian Murphy as the leader of a British gang that rises up from the streets after World War I
    $2000 5
This word that means boiling over with excitement comes from the Latin for "boiling over"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Kevin Deanna
$12,600 $7,900 $17,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRY NAME ORIGINS
This island country was named for a 16th century Spanish king whose name comes from the Greek for "lover of horses"

Final scores:

Andy Kevin Deanna
$17,200 $14,900 $10,399
3-day champion: $64,798 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Kevin Deanna
$12,600 $8,000 $15,800
18 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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