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    $1000 12
Catch these waves, the rhythmical pumping that moves chyme toward the pylorus
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Show #8065 - Friday, October 4, 2019

8000th episode.

Contestants

Kara Skinner, a test accommodations center coordinator from San Diego, California

Beth Kitts, a history professor from Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Kevin Boettcher, a university administrator from Binghamton, New York (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $59,402)

Jeopardy! Round

HORROR MOVIES
5-LETTER WORDS
A DAY ENDING IN Y
BOOKS FOR YOUNGER READERS
GUT FEELING
SALUTE TO 8000
    $200 26
2017 saw the 8th film in the "Saw" franchise, & 3 additional letters were needed for this, its title
    $200 4
Mr. Spock was big into this, the science behind being justified by reason
    $200 18
1998's Belfast Agreement is also named for this spring holy day
    $200 10
Emily Elizabeth & this large colorful canine have many adventures in works by Norman Bridwell
    $200 13
This largest seal, which can weigh 8,000 pounds, is named for another large mammal
    $400 25
This 1931 film had the tagline "A monster science created but could not destroy!"
    $400 5
Pertaining to Benedict XVI or Boniface VIII
    $400 19
In a commercial Chris Sullivan gives voice to "Guess what day it is!... Mike Mike Mike Mike Mike! What day is it, Mike?"--this day
    $400 16
She wrote the classics "Ramona the Pest" & "Beezus & Ramona"
    $400 29
The stomach is the middle man between this, AKA the gullet, & the small intestine
    $400 23
In 2018 Diana Taurasi became the first 8,000-point scorer in the history of this league
    $600 3
Doris tries to play on this board alone (totally against the rules) & learns the "Origin of Evil" in a 2016 movie
    DD: $1,000 8
These were 2 types of columns in Ancient Greece
    $600 20
Laissez les bons temps rouler, y'all! Mardi Gras translates to this
    $600 15
In Kipling's "The Jungle Book", this mongoose faces off against 2 cobras to protect his human family
    $600 17
Originally, the formula of this tummy soother was pepsin, zinc salts, oil of wintergreen, salol & a colorant to make it pink
    $600 28
The M.I.T. Agelab estimates that this period of your life will last about 8,000 days--don't run out of savings
    $800 1
In 1990 Christine Elise battled this homicidal doll; in 2019 it was Aubrey Plaza
    $800 7
This word denoting being simple or guileless is from Old French for "natural"; we hope you're not...
    $800 24
In a song by The Cure, "Thursday I don't care about you, it's..." this title
    $800 9
Mary Pope Osborne has taken kids all through history as Jack & Annie travel in this magic structure
    $800 11
The stomach secretes gastrin, a hormone that in turn helps you secrete this acid that kills bacteria in your food
    $800 21
Measured at the Equator, this distance is just a bit under 8,000 miles
    $1000 2
This Australian actress starred in the 2018 horror "Hereditary" about a family with dark secrets
    $1000 6
This block wedged under a wheel comes in handy when changing a tire
    $1000 27
During WWI the U.S. Food Administration called for this alliterative, vegetarian day
    $1000 14
Milo learns about time from a watchdog named Tock after driving through this mysterious title object
    $1000 12
Catch these waves, the rhythmical pumping that moves chyme toward the pylorus
    $1000 22
As per its name, this seat of Pitkin County, Colorado has lots of trees--they release the oxygen humans need at 8,000 feet

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

Kevin Beth Kara
$4,000 $1,600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Beth Kara
$6,400 $3,400 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

FEAT OF (HENRY) CLAY
'90s NO. 1 HITS
WORDS ABOUT WORDS
ADAPTATIONS
SAINTS ON THE MAP
"CRO"-POURRI
    $400 1
Henry Clay is famous for helping forge these historic deals, like the Missouri one & the one of 1850
    $400 25
Wham! He had a No. 1 hit as he was "Praying For Time" in 1990
    $400 30
As in scientific classification, a nomenclator is someone who assigns these
    $400 21
This Margaret Atwood novel was adapted by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in 2018
    $400 29
It's where to go to groove to the Twin Cities Jazz Festival
    $400 20
The name of this miracle of modern invention is partly from the French for "hook"
    $800 2
Clay was one of the founders of the American Colonization Society, which helped create this African nation
    $800 24
She was "Coming Out Of The Dark" sans Miami Sound Machine in 1991
    $800 22
As its name suggests, a pangram uses all of these at least once in one sentence
    $800 12
Depicted here is Carlo Gozzi, whose play "The Love of" these was turned into an opera by Prokofiev
    $800 28
Napoleon lived at the Briars Pavilion & then at Longwood on this island in the South Atlantic
    $800 17
This prying tool is so named because one end looks like a beak
    $1200 3
Clay held this congressional leadership post for 10 years, longer than anyone else in the 19th century
    $1200 5
In 1995 this female trio was chasing "Waterfalls"
    $1200 13
Paranym is another word for this, a word substituted for a more unpleasant one
    $1200 9
This 1910 E.M. Forster work about the Schlegels & Wilcoxes was filmed in 1992 by James Ivory & adapted for TV in 2017
    $1200 14
An island country in the Lesser Antilles is a package deal: this saint & the Grenadines
    $1200 16
Remains of an early form of man were found in a French cave with this name
    $1600 26
According to Andrew Jackson, Clay's "corrupt bargain" was the sec. of state job for helping make this man president
    $1600 4
In 1998, she hit Number One with "Doo Wop (That Thing)" her first solo single
    $1600 7
It's a word that tells people you're in a group; in the Bible those who said "sib" instead of "shib" were slaughtered
    $1600 10
When this TV & film scribe was adapting "To Kill a Mockingbird" for the stage, he kept getting disappointed in Atticus
    DD: $5,000 23
The Pony Express went from this Missouri city to Sacramento, California
    $1600 18
This flower is often seen in the spring
    $2000 27
When he died in 1852, Clay became the first American to lie in state in this part of the Capitol building
    $2000 6
In 1997 this late rapper had "Mo Money Mo Problems"
    DD: $6,000 8
2-word term for a common language for speakers of different tongues; it was once an actual language quoted by Moliere
    $2000 11
To stop violence, women take a vow of abstinence in Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq", a retelling of this Greek comedy
    $2000 15
A church in this suburb of Paris has the tombs of 12 centuries of French kings
    $2000 19
When a politician appoints his friends to positions they are unqualified for, it's called this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Beth Kara
$8,000 $7,000 $11,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LITERATURE
Some parts were translated from a 15th century Syrian manuscript when this work was introduced to Europe around 1700

Final scores:

Kevin Beth Kara
$14,001 $2 $17,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,800

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kevin Beth Kara
$14,000 $7,000 $16,400
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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