Show #8102 - Tuesday, November 26, 2019


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Ian Norris, an insurance broker from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Julie Chang, a product strategist from New York, New York

Beth Stewart, a receptionist from Naperville, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $39,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Sarah: From Plymouth Plantation, clues about [*]. Some of the sights and sounds of the way the Pilgrims lived.)
    $200 1
Approximately 60 million square miles: this largest ocean
    $200 5
In IRS, an agency of the Treasury Department
    $200 13
This "Star Trek" spin-off boldly stayed in place--it took place on a station instead of a ship
    $200 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, MA.) Arriving in Plymouth in December 1620, the Pilgrims spent several months on the Mayflower while building their new homes, initially using grasses and reeds, to make this type of roof, like back in England
    $200 4
10 years after bagging a trophy, this ex-Florida QB hit .231 with 5 home runs for a Mets Minor League team in 2017
    $200 24
    $400 2
More than 950,000 square miles: this sea that touches Africa & Asia, among others
    $400 6
In IBS, a disorder of the intestines
    $400 14
The Internet that has not been indexed by these is the deep web
    $400 17
In 1621, what's sometimes called the first Thanksgiving lasted 3 days in celebration of this gathering of the autumn crops
    $400 9
In '93 Charlie Ward was the QB for coach Bobby Bowden at this U.; in '94 Ward was the PG for coach Pat Riley & the Knicks
    $400 25
    $600 3
5.4 million square miles: this ocean that touches the U.S., Canada & Russia, among others
    $600 7
In DPI, a measure of printing resolution
    $600 21
This 8-letter type of digitally manipulated video has realistic face swaps, like Nicolas Cage's face on Amy Adams' body
    $600 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at Plimoth Plantation.) Re-enactors today at Plimoth Plantation wear what the actual Pilgrims did, like what they'd worn in England. The image of black hats and buckled shoes came from artists during this British era
    $600 10
This Bo knows he crushed a 448' leadoff HR to dead center in the 1989 All-Star Game in which he was also the MVP
    $600 26
    $800 19
About 378,000 square miles: also called the East Sea, it borders Sakhalin Island
    $800 8
In F.I., a feature of some car engines
    $800 22
In 1947 this Iowa company introduced its DeepFreeze Upright freezer
    $800 29
Ill-nourished after their first winter, the Pilgrims learned to plant corn & use herring for fertilizer from this guide & interpreter
    $800 11
This 6'5", 245-lb. QB followed up his 2010 Heisman by being rookie of the year in 2011 for the Carolina Panthers
    $800 27
    DD: $1,200 20
Around 900,000 square miles: this sea that touches North America & Asia
    $1000 16
In AFIS, a system law enforcement uses to compare fingerprints
    $1000 23
On airplane flights, be sure to walk around every now & then to avoid DVT, short for this
    $1000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, MA.) After more than a decade of grinding corn by hand, life became easier for the Pilgrims of Plymouth once they built this type of mill, whose name is from Old English for "to grind"
    $1000 12
This Texas A&M QB did not follow up his 2012 Heisman by being rookie of the year in 2014 for the Cleveland Browns
    $1000 28

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

Beth Julie Ian
$400 $1,400 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Julie Ian
$6,600 $1,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will end with those four letters.)
    $400 4
A talented violinist, he said, "If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music"
    $400 1
Its name also refers to a creature known for its wattle
    $400 9
A real historical person, Dr. William Butts (died 1545) appears in the Shakespeare play about this king
    $400 10
An artist's financial supporter
    $400 22
Downtown L.A. has the aptly named cathedral of Our Lady of these beings
    $400 19
God scolds Homer Simpson for skipping church but then admits, "Sometimes even I'd rather be watching" this sport
    $800 5
He has humorously said, "My songs are like anchovies. Some people love them. Some people get nauseous."
    $800 2
These 2 start off with the same 6-letter word
    DD: $1,800 14
Dr. Astrov & this title Chekhov relative vie for the affections of another man's wife
    $800 11
Seen at stadiums, this giant screen that was trademarked by Sony is definitely bigger than an elephant
    $800 27
Indianapolis' Scottish Rite Cathedral is not a place of worship but a meeting place for this fraternal society
    $800 20
Graham Chapman kneels in this film but God says, "Oh, don't grovel! One thing I can't stand, it's people groveling!"
    $1200 6
Mahalia Jackson said, "Blues are the songs of despair, but" these "songs are the songs of hope"
    $1200 3
This member shares its name with a Terry Gilliam film
    $1200 13
Dr. Begriffenfeldt appears in this "P.G." Ibsen play about a legendary Norwegian hero
    $1200 12
Long before a Transformer villain was called this name, it was a nickname for the heroine in "A Wrinkle in Time"
    DD: $2,000 28
Both Spanish & French governors worshipped at a church on the site of what's now this city's St. Louis Cathedral
    $1200 21
After reading some complaints in "Bruce Almighty", God tells this actor, "I'm not much for blaspheming but that last one made me laugh"
    $1600 7
Horace Walpole wrote of this composer's oratorios, they "thrive abundantly ...they give me an idea of heaven"
    $1600 17
The 2 members with the initials S.A.
    $1600 15
A hypochondriac wants his daughter to marry a doctor in the Moliere play with the alliterative title "The Imaginary" this
    $1600 25
Ernest Lawrence won a Nobel Prize in Physics for this particle accelerator
    $1600 29
Washington National Cathedral in D.C. is not Catholic, but this American member of the Anglican Communion
    $1600 23
The TV show "Miracle Workers" is set in the offices of Heaven with this actor as God
    $2000 8
Nietzsche said of this opera composer, his former friend, "His art presses with the weight of a hundred atmospheres"
    $2000 18
Population about 500 million, it's the only G20 member that is not a country in its own right
    $2000 16
A woman wants a doctor to perform a lobotomy on her niece in the Tennessee Williams play "Suddenly" then
    $2000 26
Graphite marks from No. 2 pencils were perfect to fill in the multiple choice bubbles on forms from this 8-letter co.
    $2000 30
Nicknamed "St. John the Unfinished", this New York City cathedral is the world's largest Gothic one despite still being under construction
    $2000 24
As God in "Dogma", this singer performs a miracle--she gets Jay to be as silent as Bob

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Julie Ian
$16,800 $6,400 $6,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Speechwriter Samuel Rosenman said FDR "attached no importance to" this phrase, "two monosyllables" in a 1932 speech

Final scores:

Beth Julie Ian
$14,000 $0 $100
2-day champion: $53,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Beth Julie Ian
$17,600 $6,400 $6,200
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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Game tape date: 2019-09-25
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