Show #8132 - Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Karen Farrell game 9.


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Lisa Warne-Magro, a homemaker and community volunteer from Austin, Texas

David Xia, a retail planner from San Francisco, California

Karen Farrell, a political consultant from Woodbridge, Virginia (whose 8-day cash winnings total $159,603)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) Yes, it's safe to look at the angels that adorn the top of the object of Indiana Jones's quest in this 1981 film
    $200 4
An American symbol:
    $200 13
The King James Bible sayeth, "A soft answer turneth away" this synonym for anger
    $400 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) Collectors prize unique props from classic films, such as this table lamp from Rick's Café Americain, used in this 1942 drama
    $400 20
Originally a pilot was one who steered this
    $400 9
"Heavenly" predator of the coral reef:
    $400 22
Remember the Alamo & this city whose ZIP Codes run from 78201 to 78299
    $400 26
This movement, whose name harkens back to the 1770s, made its first big splash with rallies on Tax Day 2009
    $400 14
"The Long Goodbye" finds this gumshoe describing various blondes, including a shadowy one who "speaks softly out of nowhere"
    $600 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) Here's the outfit James Gandolfini wore in the final scene at the diner of this Emmy-winning drama series before they cut to black
    $600 8
This British job originated with the word "bar" & meant one who was called to it
    $600 10
    $600 15
To promote the use of ZIP Codes, Ethel Merman recorded a jingle to the tune of this song from "Song of the South"
    DD: $1,600 5
Cities as big as L.A. & Dallas have this kind of mayoral election where there's no "D"' or "R" after the candidates' names
    $600 16
In a poem by this 3-named guy, Evangeline whispers to Gabriel, "If we love one another, nothing, in truth, can harm us"
    $800 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) I can't believe I'm holding the lightsaber used by this man playing Luke Skywalker in 1977's "Star Wars"--it would be even cooler with the blue light and sound effects
    $800 19
Greek for "dance" & "write" gives us this occupation
    $800 11
A type of embroidery:
    $800 23
Manhattan buildings with their own ZIP Codes include the Postum & Metlife buildings, both on the avenue with this scenic name
    $800 6
The House Republican leader since 2014, he shares his name with the star of the 1956 film "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"
    $800 17
In "Thus Spake Zarathustra", he wrote, "The voice of beauty speaks softly: it steals only into the most awakened souls"
    $1000 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew is at Profiles in History in Calabasas, CA.) The ermine-trimmed velvet coronation robe from 1933's "Queen Christina" of Sweden was worn by this star of the silent screen who actually did speak in the film
    $1000 21
This word goes way back in Britain, despite the legend that the 1st ones hung out in D.C.'s Willard Hotel to nag Pres. Grant
    $1000 12
Rock, solid:
    $1000 24
The ZIP Code 12345 in Schenectady, New York lights up this company that began operations there in 1892
    $1000 7
He served South Carolina as a senator from 1954 to 2003, dying short of his 101st birthday
    $1000 18
In Poe's "The Raven", her whispered name is heard in the darkness

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

Karen David Lisa
$1,200 $800 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen David Lisa
$2,600 $1,600 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
In 1940, for her role in this film, Hattie McDaniel became the first black performer to win an Oscar
    $400 6
A writer's original prepublication document
    $400 18
The islands of Lemnos & Samos
    $400 28
Sorta: the 1960s Emerson Wondergram, a portable one of these that would spin platters--if you kept it level
    $800 13
The 1st African-American woman to win Olympic gold, Alice Coachman cleared 5'6 1/8" in this track & field event in 1948
    $800 2
The one that eventually caught Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph lasted about 7 years
    $800 25
The Cagayan River, Mindoro Island
    $800 10
Take plenty of these to scale the walls; Joan of Arc said she was the first to place one against a fortress at the Siege of Orleans
    $800 27
A big yes: this, described in a March 2006 patent filing as a "multi-functional handheld device"
    $800 26
"The Tracks Of My Tears" & "Ooo Baby Baby" were hits for this frontman backed by a group of Miracles
    $1200 14
A 1957 study of the middle class, with the alliterative title "The Black" this group, traced it to 1865 & the Freedmen's Bank
    $1200 3
An endearing, sweet child, from an old word for "rag doll"
    $1200 24
Chuncheon, just below the 38th parallel
    $1200 7
Watch out for one of these defensive sorties that sounds like a female first name
    $1200 11
No: this man's 1890s magnetic iron ore separator--he probably chalked up its failure to perspiration
    $1200 1
Patty Duke & Anne Bancroft play student & teacher in this film
    DD: $4,000 15
When Medgar Evers was gunned down in 1963, he was the Mississippi field secretary of this national organization
    DD: $3,000 4
The name of a French soldier with a rigorous system of training gave us this word for a strict disciplinarian
    $1600 23
The city of Marrakech, in the fertile Haouz Plain
    $1600 8
Bring somebody strong to lift this heavy, iron-bound, vertically sliding door that covers the main gate
    $1600 12
No: these, attached to a Scotsman's arms for a leg-breaking leap from the top of Stirling Castle in 1507
    $1600 22
The "Music City Miracle" was a last-second play that benefited this NFL team in 2000
    $2000 17
This 1960s alliterative slogan has roots in an 1858 speech that mentioned "rich color" & "full broad features"
    $2000 5
Adjective for a religious order that relied solely on alms
    $2000 19
Gatun Lake
    $2000 9
Try tunneling, like attackers did through chalk to collapse part of this Channelside British castle in 1216
    $2000 20
Yes: Dr. Bruce Reitz' transplant in 1981 of a heart along with this organ: the "totally empty chest was... a dramatic moment"
    $2000 21
You don't need to walk on water to get to this city's Miracle Garden

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen David Lisa
$8,200 $4,800 $15,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Now with over 185 million followers, he surpassed Selena Gomez in 2018 to become the most followed person on Instagram

Final scores:

Karen David Lisa
$0 $8,799 $14,700
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Karen David Lisa
$9,800 $4,800 $18,200
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2019-10-23
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