Show #8166 - Monday, February 24, 2020

MacKenzie Jones game 6.


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Steve Goodreau, a professor from Seattle, Washington

Jennifer Aziz, a lawyer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

MacKenzie Jones, a program development director from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 5-day cash winnings total $130,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
"Kidnapping of untold numbers of kids in Hamelin, musical nuisance..."
    $200 4
This chain of North American lakes covers an area larger than the United Kingdom
    $200 9
This "apologetic" board game is similar to parcheesi
    $200 1
Harvey Keitel turns up in "Fatal" this post-wedding trip
    $200 16
Proverbially, it "is more"
    $200 15
In 2008 she became the first Republican woman nominee for vice president
    $400 22
"Open & shut. He admitted to killing Cock Robin, in cold blood with bow & arrow"
    $400 5
This African cape was thought to be a sign of a sea route to India from Europe, hence its name
    $400 10
Albert Lamorisse made the short film "The Red Balloon" & created this 4-letter board game of conquest
    $400 2
Shake your pom-poms for 2019's "The Secret Lives of" these, starring Denise Richards as mom to Ava, who makes the team
    $400 17
You do it as a verb to your eyebrow & have one as a noun as part of your foot
    $400 24
Her resume includes 32nd attorney general of California, U.S. senator, and recent presidential hopeful
    $600 23
"Breaking & entering, porridge theft; charge of cruelty to animals probably won't stick"
    DD: $1,000 6
The co-princes of this tiny country in the Pyrenees are the French president & the Bishop of Urgell
    $600 11
When creating this 3-letter twist on crazy eights, inventor Merle Robbins just started writing instructions on playing cards
    $600 3
Hayden Panettiere had the title role in this American woman: "Murder on Trial in Italy"
    $600 18
Below the correct pitch, choirboy
    $600 26
In 1996 & again in 2000, Winona LaDuke was the vice presidential running mate of this Green Party candidate
    $800 25
"Traded the family's cow for some beans; charged with ogricide"
    $800 7
It was the capital of Poland for several hundred years until 1596
    $800 12
This naughty party game based on "Apples to Apples" was earlier called "Cardenfreude"
    $800 13
Ripped from the headlines in 2011, "The" this online classified community "Killer"
    $800 19
Any minor legally placed in the care of a guardian
    $800 28
As secretary of state, she was fourth in line to the presidency, but born in Prague, she was ineligible for the the office
    $1000 30
"Plotted to take queen's firstborn child by offering to spin straw into gold for her"
    $1000 8
One of Asia's most vulnerable rainforests is in the mountains of Cambodia named for this spice that also starts with the letter C
    $1000 27
The spy is the only piece that can nab a marshal in this game that's basically tabletop capture the flag
    $1000 14
Ripped from the headlines in 2012, doing this icky kind of messaging "in Suburbia"
    $1000 20
Anything deceitfully false, or a type of cover for a pillow
    $1000 29
So far, Christine Todd Whitman, in office from 1994 to 2001, has been this state's only female governor

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

MacKenzie Jennifer Steve
$2,400 $1,800 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Jennifer Steve
$2,800 $2,400 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
All aboard! It's the term for a material that allows electricity to flow through it easily
    $400 3
1993: Tom Hanks struggles with insomnia
    $400 19
Elizabeth, the real-life sister of this novelist, died at age 22 & was the basis for the doomed Beth March
    $400 8
April 9, 1878 was a normal night in Dodge City; Jack Wagner killed marshal Ed Masterson & this brother of Ed's killed Jack
    $400 1
Someone perched at a vantage point to keep watch for danger or trouble
    $400 2
You're likely used to the mild kind of this creamy French cheese on crackers, but the "de Melun" type is more pungent
    $800 25
It's any device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy, not just when the power is out
    $800 4
2002: Catherine Zeta-Jones as Velma sings on death row
    $800 20
You know whose fault it really is that Augustus Waters dies of cancer in this novel? John Green!
    $800 9
Until 1875 the Suez Canal was owned by Egypt & France, then financial problems forced Egypt to sell its shares to this country
    $800 12
Pupa protector
    $800 17
The history of the fragrant cheese known as stinking bishop dates back to the Cistercian order of these men
    $1200 26
A wet cell is a battery containing ions in one of these that's a liquid; in a dry cell, it's a paste
    $1200 5
2011: Voiced by Jesse Eisenberg, Blu the macaw overcomes long distance travel & birdnappers
    $1200 21
Spoiler alert! Lennie Small doesn't live to see the end of this novel (& no rabbits were harmed in the making of the clue)
    $1200 10
With a capacity of 7,000 barrels, the Charles of Antwerp shipped out in 1869 as the first this to sail
    $1200 14
As an adjective it means creating movement; as a noun, it's the powered train car
    $1200 18
The smelly rind on this cheese made from the milk of Vosgienne cows sounds perfect for Herman, Lily & Grandpa
    $1600 27
Magid makes its A.R.C. insulating gloves from this natural material & they'll protect you up to 1,000 volts
    $1600 6
2013: Matthew McConaughey looks to score some life-saving meds
    $1600 22
Schoolboys Gene & Finny are the best of friends; one doesn't make it out of this John Knowles novel alive
    $1600 11
Once known as Upper Peru, it changed its name upon independence in 1825 to honor the man who helped liberate it
    $1600 15
This "via" or road is said to follow the path along which Jesus carried the cross
    $1600 29
This large Italian island due south of Corsica is famous for casu marzu, a pungent cheese
    $2000 28
This German physicist's law governs the relationship between voltage & resistance
    $2000 7
1940: Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart & Katharine Hepburn tell a tale of non-brotherly love
    DD: $7,000 23
After saving some kids' lives in "The Outsiders", Johnny tells this main character to stay gold, then joins our category
    DD: $3,000 13
After success at Second Bull Run, Confederate armies began an invasion of Maryland; this Sept. 17, 1862 battle stopped them
    $2000 16
In this kind of artwork, sometimes the idea is to have texture come to the forefront
    $2000 30
It's said that this Belgian product is "undoubtedly one of the stinkiest of the strong-smelling cheeses"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

MacKenzie Jennifer Steve
$15,800 $6,800 $16,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

On July 26, 1972 he testified before a Senate subcommittee on national penitentiaries

Final scores:

MacKenzie Jennifer Steve
$31,600 $13,500 $1,199
6-day champion: $162,403 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

MacKenzie Jennifer Steve
$10,800 $6,800 $15,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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Game tape date: 2020-01-06
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