Show #8056 - Monday, September 23, 2019

Jason Zuffranieri game 17.


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Trey Caliva, a director of technology from Wolfforth, Texas

Jacky McGoldrick, a university administrator from Maynard, Massachusetts

Jason Zuffranieri, a math teacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 16-day cash winnings total $437,096)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
What was once called "baby" this drug is now known as "low-dose" this drug & given to adults to prevent blood clots
    $200 26
Elation + a broken-off part of a tree = this video game control lever
    $200 27
1992: "Drain You", "Lithium"
    $400 25
DC Comics had the super-villain group called the Legion of Doom; the Seattle Seahawks had a defensive secondary called this
    $400 5
In the early 1900s Drs. Black & McKay discovered that this compound stains teeth brown but also helps them resist decay
    $400 24
A circular piece of jewelry + an informal term for a dish like French fries = this first-row area for boxing fans
    $400 8
1995: "Ironic", "You Oughta Know"
    $400 6
For a time in 1991, this Soviet president was detained in Crimea during a coup by, among others, his chief of staff
    $400 16
Oregon won the first NCAA men's basketball title by the anemic score of 46-33 in 1939, long before this 1985 innovation
    $600 15
Any nationality can now join this 8,000-strong military unit, but one does so using a pseudonym called an "anonymat"
    $600 12
Your diet does not affect the pH levels of your blood, which is a standard alkaline 7.4 or so, regulated by these organs
    $600 17
Murray or Hader + a cut piece of wood = this outdoor ad space where you'd see Murray's & Hader's names
    $600 7
1977: "Second Hand News", "You Make Loving Fun"
    $600 21
On Feb. 4, 1992 he led some Venezuelan military officers in a failed coup; 6 years later, he was elected prez
    $600 23
In Spasskaya Tower, the entrance to part of this Moscow fortification, you'll find the marvelous clock seen here
    $800 14
On April 26, 1937 the Condor Legion, a unit of the Luftwaffe, devastated this Basque city
    $800 11
This yellow-green liquid that aids digestion is stored in the gallbladder
    $800 10
To inspect the safety of something + a friend or pal = this chess term
    $800 2
2015: "Hello", "When We Were Young"
    $800 20
In 1965 General Suharto brutally put down a coup in this country & soon seized power himself
    $800 22
Since 1924 its chimes have been routinely broadcast by the BBC
    $1000 13
In 1923 Mitt Romney (not that one) intercepted 6 passes in a single game for this state's Racine Legion
    $1000 3
Sufferers of TMJ disorder know that TMJ is a joint connecting the skull & this
    $1000 9
A car essential + a synonym for domicile = this, a batter's preferred area to hit the ball, right in his...
    $1000 1
1967: "Getting Better", "Within You Without You"
    $1000 19
He was appointed commander of the Chilean army by Salvador Allende 18 days before he took over in a 1973 coup
    DD: $2,800 18
Athens' ancient Tower of the Winds measured time with a water clock when these weren't working--say, at night

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

Jason Jacky Trey
$4,800 $200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Jacky Trey
$11,400 $1,200 -$600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Those two letters will come up in each correct response in that order, though not necessarily next to each other.)
    $400 26
This American rapper was tried for assault in Sweden, causing a diplomatic fuss
    $400 1
This type of ship keeps winter channels clear; it's also an opening line to put people at ease when meeting for the first time
    $800 19
A book about "remarkable stories of people overcoming adversity" is titled "When Life" does this
    $800 25
Their first child, he was born to the Duke Duchess of Sussex May 6, 2019
    $800 22
St. Croix, St. Thomas & St. John make up this U.S. possession
    $800 23
Oliver Hudson's middle name Rutledge honors his ancestors including Edward, youngest signer of this
    DD: $2,000 8
In 1851 this schooner won the Hundred Guinea Cup, the prize for a yacht race around the Isle of Wight
    $800 16
Prince Philip holds this noble title "of Edinburgh"
    $1200 18
Learning to count was never more fun than with this author's "Ten Apples Up On top!"
    $1200 17
The first Impressionist painting to sell for over $100 million shows haystacks in this French village
    $1200 9
The three smallest independent countries in Europe are Vatican City, San Marino, and this one
    $1200 14
On "Who Do You Think You Are?" this co-star of "Younger" learned that she's descended from Scotland's Robert the Bruce
    $1200 20
This British luxury liner made its maiden voyage in September 1907; 8 years later it was torpedoed & sank
    $1200 15
A 17th century matchlock is part of the British Museum's collection of these firearms
    $1600 4
It's Roald Dahl's 1961 book about a boy crossing an ocean on a very unusual vessel
    $1600 11
Often known by his initials, he's been a dominant figure in Saudi Arabia since becoming crown prince in 2017
    DD: $5,000 5
2 of the last 3 state capitals alphabetically; they all begin with "T"
    $1600 13
Through 1 of her grandmothers, an Italian princess, Brooke Shields is descended from this sister of Cesare Borgia
    $1600 21
The Cherokee were among those who traveled using the dugout type of this boat
    $1600 7
Down at Trafalgar Square, we saw one of these, a person who performs for donations
    $2000 3
British author Jeanette Winterson won a Whitbread Award for her first novel, called these "Are Not the Only Fruit"
    $2000 10
He was the first White House counsel in the Trump administration
    $2000 2
India's Golden Triangle is Delhi, Jaipur, and this city that has, perhaps, the country's best known landmark
    $2000 12
This tough guy actor from "The Dirty Dozen" & "Cat Ballou" was named for relative Robert E. Lee
    $2000 24
A September 1779 battle featured the British frigate Serapis & this American warship
    $2000 6
A Whig might have worn this type of wig, popular in the 17th and 18th centuries

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Jacky Trey
$31,200 $5,600 $200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The title of this musical that opened on Broadway in 1964 was inspired by a Marc Chagall painting

Final scores:

Jason Jacky Trey
$35,000 $1,000 $75
17-day champion: $472,096 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Jacky Trey
$26,000 $5,600 $2,200
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
1 W
6 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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Game tape date: 2019-08-06
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