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    $600 8
Before Frio & San Lucas, it means cape
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Show #8187 - Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Contestants

Nick Klotz, a financial analyst from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lindsay Evans, a prospect research strategist from Seattle, Washington

Kimberly Flynn, a writer and editor from Wayne, Pennsylvania (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $32,800)

Jeopardy! Round

I WROTE THAT!
CAR "MA"
FOREIGN GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS
AFRICAN-AMERICAN PERFORMERS
WHAT AN IDIOM!
SHINY THINGS
    $200 1
"In the crook of Bond's arm... she said, not in a gangster's voice... 'Will you write to me in Sing Sing?"'
    $200 30
It makes the CX-3
    $200 26
Preceding Madre & Nevada, it's Spanish for a jagged mountain chain
    $200 25
(Hi, I'm Kevin Hart.) My inspirations for standup comedy include Chappelle, Pryor, Rock & this mentor & friend; the "Ice Creaaaam!" bit alone in "Delirious" in 1983, legendary
    $200 23
It doesn't affect me adversely, so it's "No skin" from here
    $200 29
A river in Germany gave its name to this shiny artificial gem that's often cut to look like a diamond
    $400 2
"'District twelve. where you can starve to death in safety,' I mutter"
    $400 4
It makes the Gran Turismo & the Quattroporte
    $400 7
Brücke is German for this structure
    $400 24
In 2002 she won an Oscar for "Monster's Ball"
    $400 22
To do or say the most fitting thing is to do this construction task with a tool to a fastener
    $400 17
Since the 1980s this country has had a shiny gold coin called the nugget; one version shows a wallaby
    $600 3
"'He bears no letter of infamy wrought into his garment, as thou dost"'
    $600 11
In 1914 a brand name was born when he raced cars up Aston Hill
    $600 8
Before Frio & San Lucas, it means cape
    $600 14
Tracee Ellis Ross of "black-ish" is the daughter of this supreme-ly talented woman
    $600 19
A wartime idiom & song says, "Praise the Lord & pass" this
    $600 18
This 9-letter adjective can mean both showing great intelligence or shining brightly
    $800 5
"He told her how he had listened to the sweet song of the sirens; how he had sailed by the wandering rocks, by dread Charybdis"
    $800 12
In 1969 Ford saddled up this Mustang stablemate
    $800 9
In Chinese: he, as in Huang He
    $800 15
She was hilarious in 2009, headlining the first White House Correspondents' Dinner under President Obama
    $800 20
I'm going to expose a scandal! So I'll be doing this action involving a device that emits a high-pitched sound
    $800 28
In Reagan's 34th & final speech from the Oval Office, he reflected on a favorite saying about a "shining city upon" this
    DD: $1,400 6
"'He had decided to live forever or die in the attempt, and his only mission each time he went up was to come down alive"
    $1000 13
This last name of Mercedes designer Wilhelm follows Mercedes in the name of a very upscale line of cars
    $1000 10
In Norwegian: regnskog (it's full of life)
    $1000 16
This "How to Get Away with Murder" actress graduated from Juilliard in 1993 & is an Emmy, Oscar & Tony award winner
    $1000 21
19th century British PM Lord John Russell was jeered for writing nonsense when he coined "Conspicuous by its" this
    $1000 27
Headlights using this noble gas, atomic number 54, are said to shine brighter than those using halogen

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

Kimberly Lindsay Nick
-$600 $1,000 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kimberly Lindsay Nick
$1,200 $3,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GET-TOGETHERS
FILM ANALYSIS
BONES
COMEDIA DELL'ARTE CHARACTERS
COLONIAL AMERICA
"CH" SQUARED
(Alex: Each correct response will have two sets of C-H.)
    $400 1
In military life one excuse for a party is this career event; a family member may get to do the pinning of the new insignia
    $400 9
The high-flying Maverick is on cruise control but Goose gets cooked; oh, & there's some shirtless volleyball
    $400 22
Its middle section is made up of the thoracic vertebrae
    $400 14
1767's Townshend Acts placed duties on imports to the colonies on lead, glass, paint, paper & (uh-oh!) this nonpotent potable
    $400 28
In 2009 Dmitry Medvedev said the counterinsurgency against this republic had ended
    $800 2
Chapter 18 of "Pride and Prejudice" takes place at this type of dancing party at Netherfield
    DD: $2,000 8
A Raquel Welch poster does a lot more than just hang on the wall in Andy Dufresne's prison cell
    $800 21
The metacarpal bones of your hands correspond to these bones of your feet
    $800 23
The word "pants" comes from the name of this villainous character who wore long red trousers
    $800 13
Of 500 colonists in this first English settlement in N. America in fall 1609, fewer than 1/5 would survive the coming winter
    $800 27
13-letter profession of Ichabod Crane in "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
    $1200 3
In Amish culture, a frolic is an event combining practical and social aspects, like the raising of this structure
    $1200 5
Rosamund Pike disappears from Ben Affleck's life (for a bit)
    $1200 15
This word for the shoulder comes from Latin for "shoulder" & "blade"
    DD: $3,000 24
This type of physical comedy is named for the bat Arlecchino, AKA Harlequin, used to beat his comic victims
    $1200 10
With the hated "Intolerable Acts" on their minds, the first of these government bodies met in Philadelphia in 1774
    $1200 19
Alan Moore created this "Watchmen" character as a bad version of Batman, & cringed a bit when fans idolized him
    $1600 4
In 19th century England you might be invited to an unwrapping party for this item that had been brought from Egypt
    $1600 6
Clint is hacked off at Hackman & the Old West gets wild
    $1600 16
It sounds like an alternate name of ancient Troy, but anatomically, it's the upper part of the hip bone
    $1600 25
This braggart appears in "Bohemian Rhapsody"--could he do the fandango?
    $1600 11
Hold that tiger! The College of New Jersey was founded in 1746 & would later become this university
    $1600 20
A staple in Mexico City, they're crunch pieces of deep-fried pork skin
    $2000 18
It's French for "evening"; an 1887 book of manners says it's held at an early hour & is more about conversation than dancing
    $2000 7
In a 2013 film Tom Hanks takes Alabama to sea & must figure out how to deal with unexpected guests
    $2000 17
Lifesaving chest compressions during CPR can sometimes cause a fracture of this, AKA the breastbone
    $2000 26
Pedrolino often used white makeup instead of a mask & was the inspiration for the tragic clown of this Leoncavallo opera
    $2000 12
Claims that the authorities had not done enough to protect against Indian attacks encouraged this 1676 rebellion
    $2000 29
This French phrase means "seek the woman"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kimberly Lindsay Nick
$4,800 $11,400 $15,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN POETS
This New York woman died in 1887, the year after the subject of her most famous poem was unveiled

Final scores:

Kimberly Lindsay Nick
$0 $9,599 $22,801
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,801

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kimberly Lindsay Nick
$4,800 $14,600 $15,400
6 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
20 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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