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Rudolph Valentino, who was married to 2 women at once, was played on film by this Rudolf of the ballet who never wed
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Show #8059 - Thursday, September 26, 2019

Jason Zuffranieri game 20.

Contestants

Gabe Brison-Trezise, a researcher from Washington, D.C.

Christine Ryan, an associate producer from Washington, D.C.

Jason Zuffranieri, a math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico (19-day champion whose cash winnings total $532,496)

Jeopardy! Round

CIRCLE OF LIFE
NAMES IN POLITICS
STATE OF THE STATE FOREST
NEWER TO THE LANGUAGE
BACHELOR OF ARTS
FINISH LINES
    $200 29
Moving your index finger in circles by your ear usually means you think someone is this
    $200 20
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam graduated from VMI, short for this, then spent 8 years on active duty
    $200 10
Mackinac State Forest
    $200 28
On an iPhone this "mode" disables Wi-Fi features
    $200 27
He proposed to at least 3 women, including Eugenie Loyer in 1873, but this painter never wed on a "Starry Night"--or any other
    $400 25
In the Old West, those told to "circle" these conveyances of yore were afraid of attack
    $400 19
Don't get them mixed up--Joe Manchin is a West Virginia senator while Steve Mnuchin has this cabinet position
    $400 22
Tillamook State Forest
    $400 26
Bougie, short for this, is all about the Benjamins & the stuff you have
    $400 24
In 1806 this composer wrote to his "Immortal Beloved", "Can you change it that you are not wholly mine"; she couldn't
    $400 23
After you climb 86 flights of stairs, the Observatory is the finish line in the ESBRU, or this building "Run-Up"
    $600 17
On the road, a red circle with a horizontal white bar in the center means this
    $600 8
Pete Buttigieg, whose last name is from the Maltese for "lord of the poultry", is mayor of this Indiana city
    $600 21
Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest
    $600 16
This acronym meaning the best ever spells out the name of an animal; LL Cool J uses it as an album title
    $600 6
This Norwegian depicted the effects of love in his painting called "Melancholy"; is it any wonder he never married?
    $600 18
The 2019 Tour de France began in Belgium but the finish line, as always, was on this road in Paris
    $800 15
In the 1980s the British countryside became dotted with these mysterious agricultural designs
    $800 3
This last name of Illinois Governor J.B. is on a prestigious architecture prize his family endowed
    DD: $1,600 9
Mississippi Headwaters State Forest
    $800 13
Folks born in the late '90s or early 2000s are "Generation" this letter
    $800 4
Rudolph Valentino, who was married to 2 women at once, was played on film by this Rudolf of the ballet who never wed
    $800 12
Here's the finish line at this racetrack, home to the most exciting two minutes in sports
    $1000 7
A famous image of a "man" is named for this Roman--he noted that a body could be symmetrically inscribed inside a circle & a square
    $1000 2
Head of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Representative Cummings of Maryland shares this first name with a biblical prophet
    $1000 14
Mohegan State Forest
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The document you sent was TL, this, so I DR (didn't read)
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In 1759 this German-born composer was buried in Westminster Abbey; with no wife & kids, he paid for his own memorial
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In 2018 this car rally that is named for a 1981 Burt Reynolds movie started in Vegas & finished in Seattle

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

Jason Christine Gabe
$6,400 $1,600 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Christine Gabe
$8,600 $3,800 $5,200
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