Show #8380 - Friday, April 16, 2021

Last game with Aaron Rodgers as guest host.
Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to the North Valley Community Foundation.

Contestants

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Danielle Henry, a marketing professional from Seattle, Washington

Dakota Lupo, a documentary filmmaker originally from Baldwin, New York

Patrick Hume, a project manager originally from Stoneham, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $46,501)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES IN THE DICTIONARY
DIETARY MATTERS
HISTORY ON ICE
PARTS OF THE HOLE
THE BIRDS
THE "B"s
    $200 7
High quality porcelain originally made in Asia
    $200 21
Whole grains include bran, which provides this substance; among its benefits is making you feel satisfied sooner
    $200 12
At 9:40 P.M. on April 14, 1912, the Mesaba warned it of an ice field; that message may not have been relayed to the bridge
    $200 6
Golfers start a hole from this "box"
    $200 26
The world's largest bird's egg is this one's, reaching 6 inches around & 3 pounds
    $200 1
Overdue, like some birthday congratulations
    $400 8
"Hanging" piece from a ballot that caused trouble in the 2000 presidential election
    $400 22
A low-carb ketogenic diet tries to induce ketosis so that the body burns this instead
    $400 13
The neolithic iceman nicknamed Otzi was found by a German tourist in the Otztal Range of these European mountains
    $400 17
5-letter word for the long grass bordering the fairway
    $400 27
Jesus tells his Apostles going out into the world to be as harmless as these birds
    $400 2
The pastry seen here gets its name from its resemblance to an animal's foot
    $600 9
A Tar Heel in college, he led Chicago to 6 NBA titles
    $600 23
When it comes to weight loss, it's really all about these units of energy, the amount you take in & the amount you burn
    DD: $1,200 14
In 1969 the Manhattan broke through ice between Baffin Bay & Point Barrow, Alaska to traverse this Arctic passage
    $600 18
A type of bunker, what it's filled with or the type of wedge you use to escape it
    $600 28
This bird with up to 70 wingbeats per second camouflages its nest with lichens
    $600 3
The name of this lawn bowling game is Italian for "wooden balls"
    $800 10
A former British coin equal to 1 pound + 1 shilling
    $800 24
Miami M.D. Arthur Agatston wrote this book with a "plan for fast and healthy weight loss"
    $800 15
Some of these extinct elephant ancestors have been found preserved in the permafrost in Siberia
    $800 19
Canine term for the sharp turn where the trees eat your drive
    $800 29
Birds of prey are also called these, from the Latin for "to seize"
    $800 4
A true New Yorker knows all the goods on all the shelves in his favorite this corner store
    $1000 11
This fine flexible leather made from tanned goatskin is often used for book covers
    $1000 25
"Enriched" is adding back nutrients that were taken out; this means adding in nutrients that weren't originally there
    $1000 16
Seen here, he was a pioneer of flash freezing food, creating a billion dollar industry
    $1000 20
It's the out-there word for the short grass around the green
    $1000 30
Here's the male one of these ruffed birds putting on a display for the ladies
    $1000 5
This stroke also called a reverse solidus divides a directory & a subdirectory in some operating systems

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

Patrick Dakota Danielle
$3,600 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Dakota Danielle
$7,200 $2,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN GEO-GRAPHIC
BLOW-POURRI
LATIN PHRASEBOOK
CHAPTERS IN NONFICTION BOOKS
DISSECTING THE LYRICS
NATIVE AMERICANS
    $400 2
To get from Budapest to Bratislava travel 100 miles northwest & across the border between these two countries
    $400 12
One dolphin with a damaged blowhole learned how to breathe through its mouth by adjusting this, also called the voice box
    $400 26
Annus mirabilis refers to one of these that was truly remarkable
    $400 11
"The Third Tuesday: We Talk about Regrets"
    $400 1
This Canadian pop guy, in "Boyfriend": "Swag swag swag on you, chillin' by the fire while we eatin' fondue"; well, it does rhyme
    $400 21
The Chippewa originated this nighttime spirit stopper & in their language call it a "spider"
    $800 3
Little Liechtenstein is sandwiched between these two countries
    $800 13
13-letter term that describes an NFL referee or Edward Snowden
    DD: $4,000 27
Literally "good faith", this 2-word phrase has come to refer to the authenticity of credentials or official documents
    $800 17
"Natural Selection; or The Survival of the Fittest"
    $800 10
"There were plants & birds & rocks & things", noticed America in "A" this "With No Name", & that's hard to argue
    $800 22
Sitting Bull was a chief of this people who united under him for survival in the late 19th century
    $1200 4
Vendsyssel-Thy & Funen are two of the more than 400 islands of this nation
    $1200 14
Someone who can't make up his mind does this about an issue, like a wind of varying temperature
    $1200 28
In vitro refers to scientific work done in test tubes: this similar Latin phrase is applied when living creatures are used
    $1200 18
"30 Rock: An Experiment to Confuse Your Grandparents"
    $1200 7
This "colorful" singer: "Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday, today is Friday, Friday"; she threw in "Tomorrow is Saturday"
    $1200 23
Of Sac & Fox descent, he won the 1912 men's Olympic pentathlon & decathlon
    $1600 5
This mountain range swings in a 900-mile arc through East Central Europe
    $1600 15
Syrian artisans working in this medium back in the 1st century B.C. are credited with creating blow molding
    $1600 29
Famously spoken in 49 B.C. at the crossing of a river, "iacta alea est" means this "is cast"
    $1600 19
"Elsa Meets Other Wild Animals"
    $1600 8
This British singer-songwriter has at least one thing figured out: "& I know you love Shrek, 'cause we've watched it 12 times"
    $1600 24
Native Americans in Canada like the Abenaki & the Odawa are today joined together under this ordinal term
    $2000 6
So many rivers flow into this shallow gulf that its salinity is low enough for it to stay frozen up to five months each year
    $2000 16
In 1804 this admiral commiserated with the seasickness of an earl's nephew, writing, "I am ill every time it blows hard"
    $2000 30
Found in your Playbill, this 2-word phrase refers to the cast of characters in the play
    DD: $2,000 20
"Everest Summit May 10, 1996 29,028 Feet"
    $2000 9
Warrant: "She's my" this dessert, "cool drink of water, such a sweet surprise", the surprise being its transformation from food to drink
    $2000 25
In 1973 this South Dakota massacre site was seized by Native Americans & held for 71 days

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Dakota Danielle
$17,600 $7,800 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN NAMES
One of the luminaries who drove in the "Golden Spike" in Utah in 1869 was this man who later founded a university

Final scores:

Patrick Dakota Danielle
$13,999 $0 $3,599
3-day champion: $60,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patrick Dakota Danielle
$14,400 $7,800 $11,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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