Show #7889 - Thursday, December 20, 2018


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Andrew Kung, a graduate student from San Francisco, California

Carrie Blazina, a multiplatform copy editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Jackie Fuchs, an attorney and writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $87,089)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each of the clues will be delivered by an on-camera personality at the station that carries Jeopardy! in that community.)
    $200 28
It's a substance capable of reacting with an acid to form salts
    $200 2
A month before she married Prince Harry in real life, Meghan Markle married Patrick J. Adams on this USA show
    $200 16
It's about old new cop Nathan Fillion
    $200 21
(I'm Jim Gardner from 6ABC.) The Franklin Institute has the only intact Model B made by these 2 men; it was the first plane to carry air freight, live bombs & a U.S. president
    $400 15
The oyster one of these utensils is the only one that ever goes on the right side of the plate
    $400 11
From the Latin for "full of commotion", it's a violent flow of air like that which a plane might encounter
    $400 27
Not sure of the year Chaucer was born? you can use around, about or this Latin word before the year
    $400 4
In support of its fellow businessmen, Country Time brand paid fines kids got running unlicensed these stands
    $400 17
A 4-chair turn is awesome
    $400 22
(Hi, I'm Belinda Jensen from KARE 11.) He established Paisley Park as a record label & recording studio, eventually living in the 65,000-square-foot complex
    $600 14
When staying at a hotel, address your daily tip to this person & leave $2 to $5 each time
    DD: $1,000 8
In physics, it's a substance that technically can be gas or liquid & that conforms to the shape of the vessel holding it
    $600 26
This Latin phrase that means "it does not follow" is used to indicate a logical fallacy
    $600 5
Bob Baffert trained 2 recent Triple Crown-winning horses: American Pharoah in 2015 & this horse in 2018
    $600 18
Mike Heck was the dad
    $600 23
(Hi, I'm Paula Ebben from WBZ.) The home here in Fall River, Massachusetts once belonged to Lizzie Borden's family & it was here that, according to a rhyme, Lizzie "took an ax & gave her mother 40 whacks; when she saw what she had done, she gave her father" this many
    $800 12
Sorry, hipsters, but men are still expected to take these off in restaurants & in other folks' homes
    $800 9
This "middle" layer of our atmosphere is where meteors first encounter major air & burn up from the friction
    $800 3
The constellation sometimes called "Orion's Hound" is better known by this Latin name meaning "greater dog"
    $800 6
In 2018 the 7th District Court ruled printing this 4-word phrase on money is not religious endorsement
    $800 19
Where to watch Meghan McCain in the morning
    $800 24
(Hi, I'm Ashley Afonso from 22 News.) I'm in Amherst, Massachusetts at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art with this famous character who as of 2019 has enchanted generations of children for 50 years
    $1000 13
When addressing a letter to a lawyer, if you use this honorific after the name, don't put "Mr." or "Ms." in front
    $1000 10
This type of heat is absorbed or released when a substance changes from one state to another w/o a rise in temp.
    $1000 1
This Latin phrase for "I am to blame" can be heard in the confessional; for maximum effect, insert "maxima" into the middle
    $1000 7
Singing "I'm not your toy, you stupid boy", Israel's Netta won this contest, edging out an entry from Cyprus
    $1000 20
Starting in 2002 it revealed the Baltimore drug scene
    $1000 25
(Hi, I'm Erin Christiansen from KGUN9.) Not far from Tucson, Sabino Canyon is home to many cacti including this one that grows taller than any other native type

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

Jackie Carrie Andrew
-$200 $3,400 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Carrie Andrew
$200 $5,600 $8,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Brooke Shields titled her memoir of depression "Down Came" this, which in a poem "washed the spider out"
    $400 9
In Britain they dial 999 in emergencies instead of this number we use
    $400 25
In 1864 Nevada was so eager to become a state, it sent its new constitution to Washington using this technology
    $400 14
"Sisters" on film, these "SNL alums turned hosting the Golden Globes into must see TV
    $400 24
He's seen shortly after his 1990 release hugging former MP & long-time apartheid foe Helen Suzman
    $400 23
You don't have to go to Egypt to try your luck at this hotel on the Las Vegas strip
    $800 10
Different from the Disney Channel, this Cabinet dept.'s dissent channel lets foreign service officers voice disagreement
    $800 18
SpongeBob's BFF Patrick is one of these creatures
    $800 17
Brits were gobsmacked when Michelle Obama defied royal protocol & put an arm around her at a 2009 meeting
    $800 20
In the devil made you do it, you might be in need of a priest who can perform this demon expulsion
    $1200 11
"Black and hairy, very small" is Boris the spider in the first song bassist John Entwistle wrote for this band
    DD: $4,600 21
Bill Kelm, who popularized hand signals in this job, said, "That guy in a 25-cent bleacher seat" is entitled to know the call
    DD: $3,200 22
The 1868 constitution of Florida stipulated a seat in the state Senate & House for a member of this Indian nation
    $1200 2
In the 2018 movie comedy "Holmes and Watson", Will Ferrell pairs with this Oscar-nominated actor, his buddy & frequent co-star
    $1200 15
In 1979 Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev smooched Erich Honecker, head of this country that has rejoined another
    $1200 5
This word is sometimes used to describe a woman who's full figured
    $1600 12
John Hollander titled a poem after this rival of Athena who got changed into a spider
    $1600 3
In this 2017 film Dax Shepard & Michael Peña took over the roles Erik Estrada & Larry Wilcox played on '70s TV
    $1600 16
Ruling title of Alexander I, whom Napoleon embraced in June 1807 & attacked in June 1812
    $1600 6
As its name implies, this type of muscle serves to bend a part of the body
    $2000 13
A spider & a moth figure in "Design' by this New England-based man, a giant of 20th century poetry
    $2000 19
What's now the Air Force began in this communicative Army corps in 1907
    $2000 26
Elected officials who stay too long obsess over re-election & shirk their jobs, says an Ark. amendment mandating these
    $2000 4
This movie comedy duo rode camels in 1942 while on the "Road to Morocco"
    $2000 8
The photo here was taken August 14, 1945, the day this was announced
    $2000 7
Mata Hari originally made a name for herself in Europe as one of these 2-word performers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Carrie Andrew
$8,600 $9,200 $25,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Composed in 1791, the year he died, & last in the Kochel catalog of all his works, K. 626 is this work

Final scores:

Jackie Carrie Andrew
$0 $1 $21,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jackie Carrie Andrew
$8,600 $9,200 $19,400
10 R,
3 W
15 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2018-11-06
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