Show #8436 - Monday, July 5, 2021

Courtney Shah game 6.
Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Odyssey Atlanta.

Contestants

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Rebecca Gould, an ESL paraeducator from Columbia, Maryland

Mark Lucas, a corporate & career strategist from Redondo Beach, California

Courtney Shah, a community college instructor from Portland, Oregon (whose 5-day cash winnings total $79,258)

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Jeopardy! Round

BORDERING THE USA
DISNEY MOVIES BY SONGS
THIS & THAT
ANIMALS
4-LETTER WORDS
THEY DON'T LIVE ON SESAME STREET
    $200 2
About 20 minutes after crossing the border into British Columbia, you can be in this big city exploring Stanley Park
    $200 1
"You've Got A Friend In Me" (the original & the sequels)
    $200 21
On an average day this armed service saves 12 lives & screens 300 merchant ships arriving in U.S. ports for security threats
    $200 9
Generally batting leadoff alphabetically, this "earth pig" has a foot-long tongue
    $200 29
A live performance of this musical genre that showed its "age" in the 1920s often includes improvisation
    $200 11
South African-born Ernie Els is a longtime standout performer in this pro sport
    $400 3
Goat Island separates the Horseshoe & the American sides of this gorgeous landmark
    $400 4
"Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo"
    $400 23
The name of this type of umbrella is from words meaning "protecting against" & "sun"
    $400 14
Wisconsin's state mammal, this weasel family member stores up body fat in summer & fall for long winter sleeps
    DD: $2,000 28
This monarchical title was relinquished for good in 1917
    $400 12
Bert wasn't a doctor, but Dr. Paul Bert made important studies of divers with decompression sickness, also known as this
    $600 8
This northwestern Mexican peninsula has 2,000 miles of coastline & Las Tres Virgenes, a volcano last active in 1746
    $600 5
It features "You'll Be In My Heart" by Phil Collins
    $600 24
Many ferns have primitive, narrow leaves called these, from the Latin for "leaf"
    $600 15
The Indian gray is a type of this mammal that has no problem going after cobras
    $600 26
It sounds like part of a wheel, but it's a jump in ice skating with one & a half or more turns in the air
    $600 17
Accompanying him on his post-White House trek to the Amazon, Kermit was the second son of this U.S. president
    $800 10
Montana's Wild Horse port of entry sees you through to this Canadian province on your way to Medicine Hat, eh?
    $800 6
Performed by Baloo in the original & in the remake: "The Bare Necessities"
    $800 25
The 1893 John Philip Sousa march heard here bears the name of this noisemaker of American history
    $800 19
Sure, this Aussie mammal lays eggs like a bird, has a bill like a bird & dives under-water for 40 seconds, but flying? Nope!
    $800 27
A human-eating giant of folklore, or any terrifying person
    $800 13
Big birds of the world include the 6-foot, 30-pound Dalmatian variety of this avian with a large bill & an elastic throat pouch
    $1000 16
Mexico's 2 largest cities on the U.S. border are Juarez & this one
    $1000 7
"Listen With Your Heart" & "Colors Of The Wind"
    $1000 22
The New York court system says the first word in this 2-word phrase stands for "record of arrest & prosecution"
    $1000 20
The adorable pygmy this monkey lives up to its name; it can be less than a foot long & weight just 10 ounces
    $1000 30
This instrument has been in use since the time of the Crusades
    $1000 18
The grandfather of this Broadway lyricist was a major impresario of Vaudeville & opera

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

Courtney Mark Rebecca
-$400 $1,600 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Mark Rebecca
$4,000 $6,200 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

KABUL STONES
LITERATURE
STARTS & ENDS WITH "T"
PUT IN OSCILLATION
DOCTORED TELEVISION
(Sanjay: Name the shows from the major characters we give.)
DRUNK HISTORY
    $400 13
Built for protection around 1,500 years ago, Kabul's "Great" this runs atop a mountain that towers over the city
    $400 4
In 1905 you didn't want to eat a pork chop while reading the paper "appeal to reason", as it serialized this stockyard novel
    $400 18
Don't place your hot dishes directly on the table; put them on this little stand
    $400 19
A dance with one arm out in front of you is named for this oscillating lawn item
    $400 8
John "J.D." Dorian, a rookie doctor at Sacred Heart Hospital
    $400 1
Still in business today, Japan's Sudo Honke brewery has been turning rice & water into this since the 12th century
    $800 14
A mosque in Kabul & the Taj Mahal in Agra were both built by Shah Jahan in pure white this stone
    $800 5
At a dinner party in Shakespeare, Banquo's ghost shows up to torment this title character
    $800 24
It means to diagnose a problem you're having with a computer or an appliance & then solve it
    $800 20
To the naked eye it may look like it's not moving when in use, but here's a slow-motion look at this musical item at work
    $800 9
Dr. Abigail Bartlet, who put in a D.C. residency
    $800 2
The Bols family began distilling Genever, also known as "Hollands" or "Dutch" this liquor, in 1664
    $1200 28
The workers of the Kabul Museum risked their lives to save stone figures from destruction by this group in 2001
    $1200 15
The chapter titles in this Henry Fielding novel include "A Little Chapter, in Which is Contained a Little Incident"
    $1200 25
It's a small castle tower or something that holds a gun on a military tank
    $1200 21
This vacuum company also makes "Hot+Cool" oscillating air purifiers that take care of 99.97% of pollutants & allergens
    $1200 10
Plastic surgeons Sean McNamara & Christian Troy
    $1200 3
This liqueur dates back to the 16th century; in the 20th, it was bottled with brandy as B&B
    $1600 29
In Kabul & the rest of Afghanistan, rocks painted red & white warn of danger in these fields; stay on the white side
    $1600 16
In his 50s Tom Wolfe wrote his first novel, this one about the downfall of a Manhattan bond trader
    $1600 26
Mentioned in "A Wrinkle in Time", it's a 4-dimensional analogue of a cube, or what Carl Sagan called a hypercube
    $1600 22
This 3-D imaging technique used in medicine to visualize organs makes use of the oscillations of hydrogen atoms
    $1600 11
Joel Fleischman, a fish out of water in Alaska
    DD: $3,400 6
Year in which the photo here was taken
    $2000 30
A garden in Kabul contains the stone grave of Babur, 16th century founder of this Muslim dynasty of India
    $2000 17
In this A.S. Byatt novel, a scholar (Aaron Eckhart in the movie) finds letters in a book owned by a long-dead poet
    $2000 27
From Latin for "to go over", it means temporary or fleeting
    DD: $2,800 23
In 1851 this 2-word object bearing the name of its inventor started having a ball (weighing 62 pounds) swinging in Paris' Panthéon
    $2000 12
Early 20th century physician & drug addict John Thackery
    $2000 7
Before the Rothschilds bought it, Chateau this was one of 4 top-rated wineries in France's 1855 official ranking

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Mark Rebecca
$9,600 $7,200 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
On either side of Indochina are these 2 gulfs that start with the same letter

Final scores:

Courtney Mark Rebecca
$17,700 $9,602 $2,600
6-day champion: $96,958 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Courtney Mark Rebecca
$8,000 $13,400 $8,800
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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