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    $800 27
So how does a bill get in the registry? Or "Conjunction Junction"? 'Cause this '70s series of animated shorts was amazing, that's how!
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Show #8066 - Monday, October 7, 2019

Contestants

Jessica Garsed, a librarian from Augusta, Maine

Ben Hamman, a program coordinator from Missoula, Montana

Kara Skinner, a test accommodations center coordinator from San Diego, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,800)

Jeopardy! Round

I LEARNED IT FROM MENTAL FLOSS
PLACES OF BUSINESS
AROUND THE USA
VIDEO GAME-POURRI
RANKS & TITLES
ANAGRAMS OF EACH OTHER
(Alex: Each clue will require two words in the response.)
    $200 16
This 19th c. pres. was a champion wrestler who only lost 1 match, to another soldier in the Illinois volunteer militia
    $200 13
Sony is an MNC, short for this, meaning it has sites all over the world
    $200 8
You may be more familiar with the La Brea ones, but there's a sticky batch of these in Carpinteria, California as well
    $200 26
Aunt May & Norman Osborn show up in this superhero's Marvel-ous high-flying game
    $200 17
To cast a ballot & to refuse to allow something
    $400 12
Corepower, the largest U.S. chain of studios for this activity, once touted "inner peace & flat abs in an hour"
    $400 25
Eastport in this state is fittingly the easternmost city in the lower 48 states
    $400 9
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, you can choose among many avatars like Link, Donkey Kong or this fast hedgehog
    $400 10
Reasonably enough, it's a Hindi king or prince ranking above a raja
    $400 18
A "golden" lack of noise & a permit for cruising in your convertible
    $600 11
This family-friendly pizza chain with a mouse mascot has more than 600 locations
    $600 24
Charging one nickel, the first automated these hit Oklahoma city streets in 1935
    $600 6
Many online games say they are "F2P" , meaning this; beware, there are usually ways to spend cash down the line
    $600 4
In ancient times a tetrarch by definition ruled this much of a region or province
    $600 19
To make a sauce more viscous & the room of the house where it might happen
    $800 1
In Sweden these people get a text message when their lifesaving donation is used, as for a trauma victim
    DD: $1,000 22
Despite the state found in the name of this airline, its home offices are in Seattle
    $800 15
You can feel like an 1880s train rider aboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in this state
    $800 5
The 7 rotatable blocks used in this video game have names like Orange Ricky, Hero & Smashboy
    $800 3
A nuncio is an ambassador or representative from this person
    $800 20
Place for your tootsies on a ten-speed & to beg strongly
    $1000 27
Jack London encouraged this young cartoonist who created the "Believe It or Not!" strip, later spun off into multiple TV series
    $1000 23
With shared spaces & private offices, this alliterative company helps business get done in more than 110 cities
    $1000 14
Historians say many residents of this 175-mile long chain of islands off North Carolina are descended from pirates
    $1000 7
Of the 4 ghosts in the original English version of the Pac-Man game, the one that doesn't rhyme with the others
    $1000 2
John Fisher's lofty British naval titles included First Sea Lord (1904) & Admiral of this (1905)
    $1000 21
Hogs or pigs & a synonym for a tendon

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

Kara Ben Jessica
$0 -$800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kara Ben Jessica
$2,800 -$200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

DESIGNING WOMEN
ESSAYS
SCIENCE BULLETIN
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
DROP OUT
THE NATIONAL RECORDING REGISTRY
(Alex: Recordings added in 2019 from the Library of Congress.)
    $400 26
Portland college student Carolyn Davidson received $35 & later, stock for designing the swoosh that became this company's logo
    $400 11
This event that killed more than 400 along the coast of Indonesia in 2018 was due to a collapsing volcano, not an earthquake
    $400 1
After secretly aiding the rebels for years, this nation openly aided the revolution in 1778
    $400 6
Drop the "out" from a synonym for "budding" & you get this season when it might happen
    $800 25
In 1921 she became the first major female fashion designer to introduce a perfume
    $800 15
A campaign to promote handwashing in Australian hospitals greatly reduced infections of this bacterium, the "S" in MRSA
    $800 2
Some 19,000 of these mercenaries were hired by the British
    $800 7
Drop "out" from a word meaning "screamed" & you get this small storage building
    $800 27
So how does a bill get in the registry? Or "Conjunction Junction"? 'Cause this '70s series of animated shorts was amazing, that's how!
    $1200 22
With balconies like rippling waves, Jeanne Gang designed the Aqua skyscraper in this city's Lakeshore East neighborhood
    $1200 19
"Lost Art" & "The Future of Faith" are 2 of the many essays John Updike wrote for this magazine
    $1200 16
A 2019 study reveals the negative impact of these chemicals on honeybees' ability to fend off deadly mites
    DD: $2,000 3
"Plain Truth" was James Chalmers' Loyalist response to this 1776 pamphlet written in support of the revolution
    $1200 8
Remove the "out" from the term for financial aid to a big car company & you get this term that will set the accused free
    $1200 12
Robert Kennedy's April 4, 1968 speech in Indianapolis on the shocking death of this man is now enshrined forever
    $1600 23
It's the last name of Miuccia, whose career took off in the 1980s with the introduction of her black nylon backpack
    $1600 20
This "Infinite Jest" author used the Maine lobster festival to discuss the morality of killing lobsters for eating pleasure
    $1600 17
The new "wand", or wireless artifact-free neuromodulation device, is being called a pacemaker for this body part
    $1600 4
Ethan Allen gets credit for leading this group, but in 1775 Seth Warner was elected as its leader
    $1600 9
Drop "out" from a French word for high-fashion clothing & you get this help for your sickness
    $1600 13
Her 1983 album "She's So Unusual" was unusually good, with songs like "Time After Time"
    $2000 24
A cultural center in Azerbaijan is one of the notable projects by this late, great dame, and Baghdad-born architect
    $2000 21
"Nothing can bring you peace but yourself", Emerson wrote near the end of this essay
    $2000 18
New particles mean new compound words; CERN scientists keep discovering new pentaquarks, each consisting of 4 quarks & 1 of these
    $2000 5
For his elusive tactics in South Carolina marsh areas, Guerrilla leader Francis Marion was known by this nickname
    $2000 10
Get the "out" out of a seasoned stew & you're left with this bit of cloth
    $2000 14
The Blues Brothers would approve the inclusion of both "Minnie the Moocher" & this Sam & Dave classic song... play it, Steve!

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kara Ben Jessica
$5,200 $8,200 $15,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

OBSERVANCES
Washington made the very first presidential proclamation in response to a request for "a day of public" this

Final scores:

Kara Ben Jessica
$10,400 $1,199 $12,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $12,600

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kara Ben Jessica
$5,200 $8,400 $15,200
15 R,
5 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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