Show #8182 - Tuesday, March 17, 2020


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Kris Sunderic, an adjunct professor from New York, New York

Nicole Economou, an OB/GYN from San Diego, California

Sid Katz, a retired school psychologist from Cherry Hill, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,874)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're talking about on the cover of Time magazine.)
    $200 6
Apalachee Bay is the eastern edge of this section of Florida stretching 200 miles west
    $200 12
This "Quiet Beatle" looked back on his whirlwind pop days & noted, "We were the Spice Boys"
    $200 26
The April 9, 1965 cover featured a doghouse, a piano & 5 characters from this comic strip
    $200 17
In names of U.S. TV networks, ABC stands for this company
    $200 11
Made from a plum that dries without spoiling, this juice is a good source of potassium, antioxidants & vitamins
    $200 1
Built in 1752, Connecticut Hall is the oldest building on the campus of this university
    $400 3
In a 1980 eruption, it lost about 1,000 feet off its top
    $400 13
Clapton said, "You never told me he was that...good!" after this lefty guitarist got on stage to jam with Cream
    $400 27
"An American Tragedy" & "System Failure" were September 2005 cover lines about this Louisiana disaster
    $400 18
In some states the ABC is an organization charged with the "control" of these drinks
    $400 22
A martini's sweeter cousin, a classic gimlet includes London dry gin & Rose's this juice
    $400 7
Founded by an ex-president in 1819, this state school gave its first law degree in 1842
    $600 2
Here's this California island and its famous Art Deco casino, used not for gambling but as an event venue
    $600 14
"It doesn't matter whether you win or lose, it's how good you looked", said this Van Halen frontman in 1984
    $600 28
"The Good Son" was the June 12, 2017 cover description of this son-in-law with access to the president
    $600 19
In 1895 the ABC or "American" this sport "Congress" was organized in NYC & helped standardize the game's rules
    $600 23
This drink with a man's full name has lemon juice, sugar, club soda, a cherry, an orange slice & oh yeah, gin
    $600 8
Tennyson attended this college at Cambridge University; there's a college with the same name in Dublin
    $800 4
Seneca is the deepest of this group of lakes in New York state
    $800 15
Told "The Police are here!", Keith Richards said, "We panicked, flushed was Stewart Copeland &" this man
    DD: $1,000 20
In the Anglican Church, ABC refers to this high personage
    $800 24
Let's toss around this alliterative drink--created in a hotel off the Malay Peninsula, gin & cherry brandy are its prime stars
    $800 9
It was founded in Paris' Latin Quarter as a theological college in the 1250s & named for its founder
    $1000 5
A tributary of the Ohio, the Wabash River forms a 200-mile section of the boundary between these 2 states
    $1000 16
Going through ch-ch-changes at his 50th birthday in 1997, he said, "I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise I won't bore you"
    $1000 21
If you're a salesman, ABC refers to this hard-sell strategy
    $1000 25
A trendy healthy juice drink with 2 plant names, it's 70% chlorophyll
    $1000 10
Chartered near the end of the 17th century, this 2-named college severed formal ties with Britain in 1776

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

Sid Nicole Kris
$2,400 $3,600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Nicole Kris
$4,600 $3,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 5
Charles Richard Drew organized the first of these alliterative plasma storage programs
    $400 14
This obsessive captain shares his name with a biblical king of Israel
    $400 6
In 44 B.C. this man became dictator for life... & then had it ended by his political opponents
    $400 11
Pistol tells Falstaff in "The Merry Wives of Windsor", "The world's mine" this, "which I with sword will open"
    $400 12
She's the superhero portrayer seen here
    $400 22
Maghrebi & Gulf are 2 dialects of this widely spoken Middle Eastern language
    $800 4
Dr. Dean Ornish is known for treating heart patients by limiting fat & cholesterol & managing this mental aspect
    $800 15
Mrs. Hussey is an innkeeper who makes a delicious version of this New England soup
    $800 8
Atahualpa accepted an invite from a Spanish army in 1532... & then this empire fell after he was taken captive
    $800 26
It's how one responds to the phrase "See you later, alligator"
    $800 13
She proved hard to kill as O-Ren Ishii, aka Cottonmouth, in "Kill Bill"
    $800 23
Although spoken in Spain, Galician is more closely related to this language from a bordering country
    $1200 1
Barry Marshall won a 2005 Nobel Prize for proving that peptic these are an infectious bacterial disease
    $1200 16
There once was a man from this Massachusetts port who signs up Ishmael & the others to the whaling voyage
    $1200 7
In 1876 telegraph co. Western Union said this had too many problems... & then within 2 years was trying to get into the business
    $1200 19
She voiced a superhero in "The Incredibles" & was blown up by a supervillain in "Batman v Superman"
    $1200 24
Amish people speak this "stately" 2-word dialect
    $1600 2
A medical milestone came when Dr. John Snow traced an outbreak of this disease in Victorian London to a single water pump
    $1600 17
Have a cup of coffee & name this first mate aboard the Pequod
    DD: $2,000 9
In 1846 he sued in Missouri state court to be freed from slavery & in 1857 the U S. Supreme Court ruled against him
    $1600 29
A group of wicked people congregating together is called "a nest of" these snakes
    $1600 20
30 years after her "Children of a Lesser God" Oscar, she received an award for her work for people with disabilities
    $1600 25
One of the official languages of Afghanistan, Dari is a dialect of this language of neighboring Iran
    DD: $4,200 3
A 2019 surgery on a 60-year-old woman revealed a nearly 50-year-old mitral valve that this South African man had implanted
    $2000 18
Tashtego & Daggoo have this specific whaling job
    $2000 10
Mounted French knights massed in force at this 1415 battle site... & then learned the deadly power of English longbows
    $2000 28
It means to stop acting like you're better than the rest of us; take your feet out of the stirrups first
    $2000 21
This one-time queen of the indies found herself lost in space in 2018
    $2000 27
These displaced Muslim people from Myanmar speak a language similar to Bengali

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Nicole Kris
$16,600 $9,800 $9,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It incorporated the "one country, two systems" principle in its constitution in 1982 & put it into practice after a 1997 reunification

Final scores:

Sid Nicole Kris
$13,200 $2,999 $16,601
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sid Nicole Kris
$16,200 $9,800 $13,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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Game tape date: 2020-01-15
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