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    $1600 18
"Hitch your wagon to" one of these
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Show #8126 - Monday, December 30, 2019

Karen Farrell game 3.

Contestants

Ilene Lederman, a band director from Boynton Beach, Florida

Scott Firestone, a web developer from Denver, Colorado

Karen Farrell, a political consultant from Woodbridge, Virginia (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $35,601)

Jeopardy! Round

FASHION BRANDS
TV MOVIES
BEHIND THE LITERATURE
FAMOUS WOMEN
"C_MENT"
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "C" and end with "M-E-N-T".)
POND
    $200 30
The iconic pony representing this brand appeared on a Ralph Lauren shirt cuff in 1971
    $200 13
2018 saw "The Last" of 6 of these comedy disaster TV movies on SYFY that combined saltwater carnivores & storms
    $200 29
Edward Lansdale, a U.S. officer in Asia, was a model for the novel "The Ugly" this & possibly for "The Quiet" this also
    $200 7
A peak in Oregon's Wallowa Mountains is named for this Shoshone interpreter
    $200 8
Jesus said the first one is "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart"
    $200 15
A real pond in this urban park is where E.B. White's Stuart Little is victorious racing his sailboat
    $400 21
This company's LV monogram is also its logo
    $400 11
In 2006, the first "High School Musical" gave this actor his breakout role
    $400 25
William Brodie, craftsman by day & criminal by night, was the inspiration for this Robert Louis Stevenson tale
    $400 6
October 7, 1950 is the official founding date of her own order, the Missionaries of Charity
    $400 28
The Dalai Lama has tweeted "a sense of" this "is crucial to being happy"
    $400 27
Families feeding birds have led to the nickname "world's biggest bread soup" for Tjörnin Pond in this Icelandic capital
    $600 18
Coco Crush is a jewelry collection from this brand
    $600 10
Later to play U.S. President Bartlet, in 1974 he played the title deserter facing death in "The Execution of Private Slovik"
    DD: $1,000 1
Kevin Kwan said he based this 2013 bestseller on the Kwan, Oh & Hu families
    $600 4
In 1946 Emily Greene Balch, a colleague of Jane Addams, was a co-winner of this award first given in 1901
    $600 23
After we get our hot dogs, time to slather on the mustard at this station
    $600 26
"The world's largest open-air shopping center", ALA Moana in this city, has had koi ponds since it opened in 1959
    $800 19
This footwear brand turns up often in hip-hop lyrics; the Notorious B.I.G. & Smif-n-Wessun called them "Timbs"
    $800 12
One of Roger Moore's final films was this 2017 TV remake, but Adam Rayner, not Roger, played Simon Templar
    $800 2
Many think Daniel Webster's summation at a murder trial inspired this man to write "The Tell-Tale Heart"
    $800 5
In 1968 Annie Leibovitz bought her first one of these, starting her on the road to fame
    $800 22
A retailer who buys goods from a wholesaler "on" this pays only for what he in turn can sell, returning the unsold items
    $800 17
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow rowed with his kids on Fresh Pond in this Boston-area university city
    $1000 20
The leather Kat Saddle Bag from this brand features its horse & carriage motif
    $1000 14
Based on the real life of a troubled fashion model, HBO's "Gia" made this actress a star
    $1000 3
Mr. Ramsay in her 1927 novel "To the Lighthouse" is a portrait of her father Leslie Stephen
    $1000 9
At age 15, this 16th century girl reluctantly allowed herself to be put on the English throne; bad move
    $1000 24
A window that swings out on hinges
    $1000 16
On those warm, sunny London afternoons, take a dip in the bathing ponds of this famed Heath in the north of the city

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

Karen Scott Ilene
$4,200 $1,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Scott Ilene
$9,200 $2,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE QUOTABLE RALPH WALDO EMERSON
EDIBLE POP CULTURE
SPACE SCIENCE
THEATER TERMINOLOGY
17th CENTURY HISTORY
WORD ORIGINS
    $400 12
In a 1982 film a trail of Reese's Pieces draws this marooned title character out from hiding
    $400 24
A walk-through is a very early one of these; a run-through comes later
    $400 27
This 1611 book had what were known as "He" & "She" editions, after variants in the last words of Ruth 3:15
    $400 25
Latin for "salt" gives us this word for how much you get paid each week
    $800 8
In this 2007 animated film, a rodent named Remy dreams of becoming a French chef
    $800 11
A coma is the hazy atmosphere of gases that forms around one of these as it nears the sun
    $800 23
The 1970s & '80s were the heyday of this meal-&-a-show type of venue, hiring movie stars like Tab Hunter & Cyd Charisse
    $800 16
A 1609 law in this country banned Moriscos (Muslims baptized as Christians) & shipped 300,000 of them to north Africa
    $800 26
Its name is from a word for "little fly"; a 2019 book says it may have killed half the humans who ever lived
    $1200 17
"The sky is the daily bread of" these body parts
    $1200 7
On "SNL" Dan Aykroyd once portrayed this Emmy-award-winning chef having a little difficulty preparing a chicken
    DD: $1,000 22
Named for the man who first observed them, the "Galilean satellites" are the 4 largest moons of this planet
    $1200 4
An alternate performer who learns the role of a featured player just in case there is an emergency need for a substitute
    $1200 1
In 1628 privateer Piet Heyn captured a Spanish fleet & put 12 million of these Dutch monetary units ($165 million today) in the treasury
    $1200 13
French échelle, "ladder", gave us this word for a ranking; try to be in the upper one
    $1600 18
"Hitch your wagon to" one of these
    $1600 9
This animated FOX series features the Belcher family, who own a restaurant
    $1600 21
Referring to its shape, the Milky Way is described as this type of galaxy
    $1600 5
A projecting portion of a stage in front of the curtain is known as this, also a term for a protective garment worn in front
    DD: $3,000 2
This Virginia Native American died in 1618, but wars that bore his name were fought on & off between 1622 & 1646
    $1600 14
This word from the German for a child prodigy was first used for musicians
    $2000 19
"A foolish consistency is" one of these "of little minds"
    $2000 10
This actor's cookbook featured Food Fit for the King and You, and included Russian, Gypsy and Thai recipes
    $2000 20
A 1958 paper by Max Faget showed that a spacecraft could fire these to slow itself down & allow re-entry to the atmosphere
    $2000 6
From ancient words meaning "before the stage" comes this arch found in a theater
    $2000 3
He got up late on New Year's Day 1660, ate some turkey & began writing his diary
    $2000 15
This 13-letter synonym for infantile paralysis comes from words meaning "gray marrow" & "inflammation"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Scott Ilene
$20,400 $2,000 $7,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

1950s PEOPLE
In a New Yorker profile, he said, "Where I like it is out west in Wyoming, Montana, & Idaho, & I like Cuba & Paris"

Final scores:

Karen Scott Ilene
$22,000 $1,500 $4,001
3-day champion: $57,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Karen Scott Ilene
$23,200 $2,000 $7,000
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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