Show #8362 - Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to HealthCorps.

Contestants

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Amal Dorai, a product manager originally from Lexington, Massachusetts

Claire Nieman, a registered nurse from Seattle, Washington

Kathryn Peters, a research center executive director from Carrboro, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

BRAND MASCOTS
NURSES
SPACE-Y SAYINGS
CHRISTIAN GLOSSARY
HAVE A DRINK AT...
THE PRANCING PONY
    $200 3
Little Green Sprout is a sidekick to this other vegetable pitchman
    $200 15
In 1853 this nurse was superintendent at London's Institution for Sick Gentlewomen in Distressed Circumstances
    $200 11
"Men Are from Mars, Women Are from" here, like the title of John Gray's book
    $200 1
A canticle is one of these performed in a church's public service
    $200 13
A New Orleans bar is named for this man whom the owner wanted to shelter after helping him escape from St. Helena
    $200 24
At the beginning of her "Run The World (Girls)" video, she is riding a horse
    $400 4
Jay Ward Productions created "Rocky & Bullwinkle" as well as this naval mascot of a sweetened corn & oat cereal
    $400 17
Before she helped desegregate armed forces nurses, Mabel Staupers worked at a Harlem sanitarium that mainly battled this lung disease
    $400 12
If someone is amazing in your eyes, he or she has done this, maybe like someone putting up an astronomical mobile
    $400 2
A cathedra is one of these objects used by a bishop
    $400 14
This merry old soul of children's rhyme presides from a mural over the bar named for him at the St. Regis in New York City
    $400 25
This Netflix equine had a serious issue with honeydew melon, calling it cantaloupe's "dumb friend"
    $600 5
Julius is the first name of the mustached man on cans of these chips
    $600 18
Civil War nurse Dorothea Dix also worked to help people with this condition, often kept in "cages, closets, cellars"
    $600 16
Done by sailors of yore, "following" this has come to mean using your inner compass to get direction in life
    $600 8
Agape is the Christian concept of this, sometimes called charity
    $600 21
Harry's Bar in Venice, Italy is famed for bellinis & this dish of thinly sliced beef, also named for a famed Venetian artist
    $600 26
Ponyta evolves into the fiery Rapidash in this Nintendo game series
    $800 6
The Pillsbury Doughboy also goes by this 2-word name
    $800 19
An 1951 Life Magazine piece on Maude Callen gave prominence to the combined job "nurse" this, created around 1930
    $800 29
Referencing an object we're used to seeing fall, this 8-letter type of "rise" means impressively fast
    $800 9
The ancient statement of faith called these men's creed begins, "I believe in God, the Father almighty"
    $800 22
"Inspired by Malayan life in the 1920s", the long bar at Raffles in this city-state is famous for a certain drink being "slung"
    $800 27
In an animated TV show set in Equestria, Twilight Sparkle & pals learn that this title thing "is Magic"
    $1000 7
A stork with a Groucho Marx voice is the mascot of this brand of pickles
    $1000 20
The Kenny method of treating paralysis caused by this viral disease was developed by Sister Kenny, an Australian nurse
    DD: $1,000 30
When a youngster has trouble adapting to adulthood, it's this 3-word phrase, like when the rocket doesn't make it off the pad
    $1000 10
A pardoner was someone who sold these to sinners, like Johann Tetzel of the Reformation era
    $1000 23
The Inklings, including Tolkien & Lewis, were known to "draught" at the Eagle & Child Pub in this city
    $1000 28
In "Toy Story 2" Woody gets back on "Target" after reuniting with this loyal horse

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

Kathryn Claire Amal
$1,800 $1,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathryn Claire Amal
$5,000 $5,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

NO. 1 LYRICS
BORDER TOWNS
CRASS WARFARE
BOOKS OF THE 1980s
SOLD AT AUCTION
"S"IX-LETTER WORDS
(Mehmet: These are words that have six letters, but they must start with an "S".)
    $400 1
In "Old Town Road", Lil Nas X sports this type of headwear "from Gucci", not Stetson
    $400 15
Lukeville is in this state's Pima County close to the border with the Mexican state of Sonora
    $400 10
Outnumbered by a French force in 1797, Lord Cawdor tried this poker strategy, feigned a stronger force & won a surrender
    $400 2
"The Gallant Pig" is the subtitle to this beastly tale by Dick King-Smith
    $400 21
In 2020 a signed, original pair of Nike Air these, worn in play in 1985, netted $560,000 at auction
    $400 3
As seen here, Uncle Sam is a real stand-up guy, standing tall on these
    $800 26
In a Beatles song this 2-word title precedes "don't make it bad"
    $800 16
Derby Line, Vermont & Stanstead in this province form a single municipality bisected by the U.S.-Canada border
    $800 11
During this war, the BBC aired secret British invasion information in Argentina, but Argentina mistakenly thought it was a trick
    $800 5
The "Earth's Children" series about Stone Age humans begins with "The Clan of" this creature
    $800 22
In 1990, exactly 100 years after it was painted, this artist's "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" sold for $82.5 million
    $800 4
A burial cloth, or to conceal
    $1200 27
These "light the corners of my mind" in the theme from "The Way We Were"
    $1200 18
The Chinese town of Subonao'er Sumu is in Inner Mongolia, across the border from Mongolia Mongolia in this desert
    $1200 12
This exiled Carthaginian general was mad at Eumenes II, an ally of Rome, & catapulted pots full of snakes at him in a sea battle
    $1200 6
In "2061: Odyssey Three", strange monoliths reappear, as does this deadly supercomputer
    $1200 23
Someone laid down $960,000 for his "Blackie" guitar, which he played on "Lay Down Sally"
    $1200 7
Depending how it's spelled, it can be a small perfumed pouch or to walk with a strut
    $1600 28
In Billboard's top single of 2018, this 2-word Drake title precedes "I can't do this on my own"
    DD: $2,800 19
A city appropriately called these "Falls" sits on Minnesota's northern border
    DD: $3,000 13
The USA's "Ghost Army" kept the Axis on its heels with inflatable M4 these, 93 pounds instead of the real thing's 32 tons
    $1600 17
A man can't stop losing weight in "Thinner" , a Stephen King novel published under this pseudonym
    $1600 24
In 1993 this Texas billionaire & presidential candidate got himself a Soyuz space capsule for $1.7 million
    $1600 8
This member of the Greyhound family seen here is one of the oldest dog breeds
    $2000 20
The Oder River divides the German city of Frankfurt an der Oder from Slubice in this country
    $2000 14
Legend says the Battle of Pelusium ended badly for this army, freaked out by their cat goddess Bastet painted on their foes' shields
    $2000 25
Christie's recently offered art, objects &, of course, photos from this late former husband of Princess Margaret
    $2000 9
This word borrowed from German means to ski straight downhill at high speed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathryn Claire Amal
$5,400 $6,000 $19,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OLYMPICS
The "City of Angels" hosted the Olympics twice, the second time this many years after the first

Final scores:

Kathryn Claire Amal
$1,130 $1 $14,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kathryn Claire Amal
$5,400 $6,000 $17,000
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,400

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