Show #8124 - Thursday, December 26, 2019

Karen Farrell game 1.


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Karen Farrell, a political consultant from Woodbridge, Virginia

Usha Shankar, an educator from Pleasantville, New York

Alex Hookway, an actuary from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex Trebek: Each correct response will be two words.)
    $200 22
She was "DF", daughter of a haberdasher, before she was "DK", powerhouse designer
    $200 8
Reel in a letter from a popular food fish to get a place where you get your nails done
    $200 7
While cooking meat keep it moist by doing this, pouring juices or melted fat over it
    $200 2
He made February 1, 1931 a big day for Nikolai & Klavdia Yeltsin
    $200 1
Acorn Street in Beacon Hill is one of the last roads in Boston still paved with this material
    $400 21
Rei Kawakubo made clothes that had the ease of boys' clothes, so she named her line "Comme des" these, French for boys
    $400 9
Kick out a letter from a British contact sport to get a July birthstone
    $400 6
From the French for "jumped", it means to fry food quickly in just a little fat or oil
    $400 17
Isaac & Maria D'Israeli welcomed this bundle of joy December 21, 1804
    $400 25
On this sitcom, all of Pawnee comes out for the memorial of beloved miniature horse Li'l Sebastian
    $600 13
In addition to a clothing line, this designer offers a ToryTrack hybrid smartwatch
    $600 10
Medically, it's the kneecap; excise a letter & it's a saffron-flavored Spanish rice dish
    $600 3
Some Frigidaire wall ovens beep when this early-stage recipe instruction is finished & the food can go in
    $600 18
She was born to magazine publisher Marvin Pierce in 1925, 16 years before she met "Poppy"
    $600 16
In this film, Kevin Costner first meets the Sioux after they repeatedly try to steal his horse, Cisco
    $600 28
Called the longest street in the world, this Toronto st. is more than 200 years old, but its name sounds like the opposite of "old"
    $800 14
This daughter of Chinese immigrants designed her own wedding dress, leading to her own bridal boutique
    $800 11
Swipe a letter from a liquid used to form a glossy coating & watch it disappear
    $800 4
Please explain better that you know this verb means to melt butter to sort out impurities
    $800 19
In 1886 gun maker Friedrich Krupp had a daughter named this; we're not sure if she was a big baby
    $800 23
As Mongo, Alex Karras takes down a horse with one punch in this 1974 Mel Brooks comedy
    DD: $1,600 27
This city calls Elfreth's Alley, between 2nd Street & the Delaware River, "America's oldest residential street"
    $1000 15
Her iconic wrap dress evolved from her design of a wrapped top with a matching skirt
    $1000 12
Pluck a letter from these lovely flowers and they become small, stalky, maned animals
    $1000 5
As its name indicates, this verb involves bringing to 212 degrees, but only for a brief period
    $1000 20
On May 18, 1872 he was born to Lord & Lady Amberley & proud Grandpa Lord John Russell
    $1000 24
In this long cinematic "Story", Atreyu loses his horse Artax in the swamp of sadness, devastating many a child of the '80s
    $1000 26
London's Portobello Road in the district called this "Hill" has had an antique market for decades

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

Alex Usha Karen
-$1,200 $800 $5,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Usha Karen
$3,200 $2,600 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 8
8,000 feet up in a valley in these mountains, the scenic city of Cuenca is on the UNESCO World Heritage list
    $400 7
A famous scene on the Sistine Chapel ceiling shows "The Creation of" him
    $400 23
In conspiring against Othello, this character utters the only instance of "favourably"
    $400 1
If a vehicle flips over, this piece of steel in the form of an inverted "U" can prevent the occupants from being crushed
    DD: $3,000 9
Ecuador took possession of these islands in 1832, 3 years before they got a visit from a famous scientist
    $800 6
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) Commissioned in 1711 as a gift to encourage the pope's support for the building of an observatory, a series of astronomical paintings show the then-known planets, including Mars, Saturn, and this giant, with its bands of color
    $800 22
In this play Sir Toby belches out Shakespeare's only use of "implacable"
    $800 2
4-part harmony is integral to this style of unaccompanied singing
    $1200 10
Fanesca, an Ecuadorian Easter soup, is made with fish, representing Jesus, and 12 grains or beans representing these
    $1200 3
Among the Sistine Chapel tapestries is "The Miraculous Draught of Fishes" depicting the calling of him, AKA Simon
    $1200 19
This island play that involves a lot of sorcery is the only place he used "sorceries"
    $1200 15
A reverse overjet is a type of this problem caused by jaw misalignment
    $1200 26
A Motown legend: "What's Going On", also the name of one of his albums
    DD: $3,000 16
This primate, seen here, lives in coastal countries of North Africa
    $1600 11
More than 70% of Ecuadorians belong to this ethnic group, a Spanish word for someone of mixed race
    $1600 4
A museum founded by Pope Gregory XVI is dedicated to the antiquities & art of these darn ancient Italian people
    $1600 20
This character complains to Antony about Cleopatra's "contestation"
    $1600 13
This nonmetal braces brand calls itself "the world's most advanced clear aligner"
    $1600 24
These punk rockers: "Should I Stay Or Should I Go"
    $1600 17
This unit of measure of air pressure is based on dynes per square centimeter
    $2000 12
This port on the west bank of the Guayas River is Ecuador's largest city
    $2000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) A statue at the Chiaramonti Museum features the torso of an unknown tragic poet. The head--believed to be from a different source, because it's a little small for the body--is that of this Greek playwright who wrote "Medea"
    $2000 21
In this character's fight with Hermia in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", she utters the bard's only use of "bashfulness"
    $2000 14
A problem called tongue thrust often causes this problem, noticed when a child asks for a second story so she can sleep
    $2000 25
A country singer: "How do You Like Me Now?!" & "Who's Your Daddy?"
    $2000 18
12th century Holy Roman Emperor Frederick had this nickname

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Usha Karen
$6,800 $1,000 $16,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Wanting more French influence in the area he called Latin America, Napoleon III installed an emperor in this country

Final scores:

Alex Usha Karen
$4,852 $0 $17,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Usha Karen
$6,800 $1,000 $16,200
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W
20 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $24,000

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Game tape date: 2019-10-16
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