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    $2000 16
The ipe tree was harvested from rainforests for its wood, durable enough to last 25 years as this path on Coney Island
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Show #8047 - Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Jason Zuffranieri game 8.

Contestants

Valerie Nolan, an office manager from Tonawanda, New York

Sean Melody, a chief technologist from Raleigh, North Carolina

Jason Zuffranieri, a math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico (7-day champion whose cash winnings total $166,500)

Jeopardy! Round

I GRANT YOU 5 FISHES
(Alex: [Chuckling] Uh-oh! I hope we're gonna have fun with that.)
FASHION FROM HEAD TO TOE
MUSICAL STYLES
NAME-CALLING IN POLITICS
36 TIMES THE FUN
PIG LATIN
(Alex: And all the responses will have to be in Pig Latin.)
    $200 6
Hey there, fancy (above the) pants! The name of this tuxedo staple comes from the Hindi for a waist band
    $200 15
This "colorful" genre has subgroups named for Chicago & Memphis
    $200 13
The pointed angles of this ancient mystical symbol are each 36 degrees
    $200 5
Word maven Richard Lederer points out that this is Pig Latin for "trash", but it's also an (apt) English word
    $400 27
Sharing a name with a colorful bird, this fish can change its sex during its life, but talking?--not so much
    $400 7
Keep your eye on the prize... one of these aids is held in place by your forehead & cheek muscles
    $400 25
Lil Nas X made waves in 2019 with his crossover song "Old Town Road" in the genre known as "country" this
    $400 24
Critics call GOP members who have gotten too liberal RINOs, short for this
    $400 21
A perfect 3-game series in bowling will require you to throw 36 strikes in a row, yielding you this total score
    $400 28
In a Three Stooges short, trying to explain Pig Latin, Arrylay & this guy tell Urlycay he's umbday
    $600 26
Here's this fish doing its thing; stronger ones can cover 600 feet in a single glide
    $600 8
This tall spiked heel ends in a tiny base, & here's a metal tip for you--1950s women rocked 'em
    $600 23
Britannica calls this 3-letter genre "Jamaica's first indigenous urban pop style"
    $600 22
Paintings by George Rodrigue help provide this colorful nickname for conservative Democrats
    $600 16
As a young man, this 36th president taught debate & public speaking at Sam Houston High School
    $600 18
The OED defines this Pig Latin word as "no; not possibly" & has citations back to around 1930
    $800 10
The silvery gleam of this fish gives it the same name as something you might get from a punch in the eye
    $800 11
Princess Jasmine in the animated "Aladdin" wore these pants that get their name from a grouping of women
    $800 20
This Louisiana style follows "Buckwheat" in the name of one of its popular performers
    $800 2
The Progressive Party was also called this male deer
    $800 4
A 36 is a perfect score on this college admissions test
    $800 17
The "Historical Dict. of American Slang" defines this Pig Latin word as "to clear out" & has citations back to around 1930
    $1000 9
Note the super-sharp schnoz of this fish
    $1000 12
As well as French, these shirt features can be fringed or hounds' ears
    $1000 19
In Britain, Dave Clark's Tottenham Sound competed with the "Beat" named for this river that's in a song by Gerry & the Pacemakers
    $1000 1
Northerners against the Civil War embraced this beastly nickname & cut the heads out of Liberty pennies to wear as badges
    DD: $1,000 3
A famous series of prints by the Japanese artist Hokusai is called the "36 Views of" this landmark
    $1000 14
Pig Latin cheered up the Depression--in 1933 a popular song debuted with a Pig Latin segment, "e'reway inay the" this

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

Jason Sean Valerie
$4,000 $1,200 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Sean Valerie
$9,000 $1,400 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

RAINFORESTS
LITERARY LADIES
TITL"ING" THE MOVIE
PSYCHOLOGY
THE 20th CENTURY
PIG ENGLISH
(Alex: I have no idea what that's about.) [Laughter]
    $400 25
1944's "Absent in the Spring" is one of the non-mystery novels she wrote under the name Mary Westmacott
    $400 26
In the titles of a cinematic "Part 1" & "Part 2", it followed "The Twilight Saga"
    $400 23
In the early 20th century, he introduced a concept of nonviolent resistance called satyagraha
    $400 9
This is an old word for a sack; buy "a pig in" one & you don't really know what you're getting
    $800 24
On Ursula Le Guin's passing, George R.R. Martin called her one of the great writers of these paired genres of the past century
    $800 22
In 1980 it starred Jack Nicholson
    $800 21
1902 saw the end of this conflict known to Afrikaners as the Second War of Independence
    $800 15
In 1901 John Moore-Brabazon strapped a shoat name Icarus into a basket on the wing of his Voisin, & this impossibility was a reality
    $1200 18
The only close relative of the giraffe is this rainforest-dweller of central Africa
    $1200 7
It's the first name shared by bestselling authors Delinsky, Tuchman & Kingsolver
    $1200 11
1981 movie about werewolves & the noise they made
    $1200 20
G. Stanley Hall, the 19th C. founder of child psychology, said, "men grow old because they stop" doing this, not the other way around
    $1200 8
That's the Exxon Baton Rouge in 1989 trying to capture oil from this tanker that ran aground--it would spill 11 million gallons
    $1200 14
The first recorded use of "in a" this as an exclamation of derision dates to 1847
    $1600 17
With about 225 million acres of coverage, this Asian island nation is third to Brazil & the Congo in rainforest area
    $1600 3
During the Harlem Renaissance, she wrote "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
    $1600 10
In a comedy Jason Segal went to Hawaii so he could be doing this
    $1600 19
In 1938 Kurt Schneider defined hearing these as a first-rank symptom of schizophrenia
    DD: $5,000 4
In the 1930s Mustafa Kemal made Kemal his first name & took this last name
    $1600 13
An 1824 London news report on a boxing match said that one of the fighters did this like a pig
    $2000 16
The ipe tree was harvested from rainforests for its wood, durable enough to last 25 years as this path on Coney Island
    $2000 2
At 15 she wrote a satirical "History of England" by "a partial, prejudiced, & ignorant historian"
    $2000 5
In 1991 Julia Roberts was doing this before faking her own death
    $2000 6
Freud distinguished "real" fear from this kind of fear, such as phobias; now it's an adjective for anyone anxious or just high-strung
    $2000 1
In 1933 & in 1952 this Cuban toppled the regimes of other leaders; he himself was deposed in 1959
    DD: $2,500 12
Completes a quote from Matthew 7:6: "Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Sean Valerie
$25,300 $6,600 $12,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

1960s TV HISTORY
The 1967 finale of "The Fugitive" drew in 78 million viewers, surpassing the 73 million who tuned into this show Sunday, February 9, 1964

Final scores:

Jason Sean Valerie
$25,600 $0 $24,200
8-day champion: $192,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jason Sean Valerie
$21,400 $6,600 $12,200
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
9 R,
3 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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