Show #8443 - Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign.

Contestants

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Angela Gelineau, a project manager consultant from Franklin, Massachusetts

Tyler Vandenberg, a Marine officer from Washington, D.C.

Tim Moon, an attorney originally from Syracuse, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $72,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

ODD HISTORY
COOKBOOKS
TV SHOWS BY SIBLINGS
WHILE "E"
COYOTE
SUPER GENIUS
    $200 16
One of these took place on the Bounty in 1789; there was another of sorts on Skylab in 1973 when the radios were turned off
    $200 1
Honey glazed carrots & cranberry sauce are in Hannie Scott's "25 Easy... Recipes" for this holiday
    $200 6
Monica & Ross, always stuck in second gear
    $200 21
An example of this, at the grave of Marguerite Daniels: "She always said her feet were killing her, but no one believed her"
    $200 23
Coyotes can run 40 mph & go after the real version of this Warner Bros. foe, which--gulp!--only runs at 15 to 20 mph, max
    $200 11
Finding that a nearby magnetron had melted a candy bar in his pocket led Percy Spencer to invent this
    DD: $1,200 17
The Great Emu War of 1932 proved disastrous for this country's army; the big birds were no chickens
    $400 2
Better digestion is promised with the cookbook called "Go with" this synonym for the stomach
    $400 7
Jonathan & Will Byers, confronting the Upside Down on Netflix
    $400 22
Chocolate is a classic type of this delight seen here
    $400 24
A coyote is also known as a prairie or a brush this, but is smaller & lighter than a pure one
    $400 12
For examining how "labor, identity, & human rights are transformed by the digital economy", Mary L. gray earned this "Genius Grant"
    $600 18
A 1976 mission in which U.S. forces cut a poplar tree in Korea's DMZ was named for this legendary lumberjack
    $600 3
She wrote her groundbreaking 1961 French cookbook "For the Servantless American Cook"
    $600 8
Sam & Dean Winchester, hunters of demons & things that go bump in the night
    $600 26
It's the act of a minor legally freeing themselves from their parents
    $600 25
To avoid detection, coyotes may practice "digit-grading", which humans call walking this
    $600 13
In 1975 Gary Dahl marketed a "Pet" this, which sold for $3.95; the ones used were from Mexican beaches & cost Gary 1 cent each
    $800 19
Caligula declared himself a god & decreed that a bridge be built between his palace & the temple of this top Roman god
    $800 4
Anne Byrn helps us make "American" this dessert, including Colonial gingerbread & classic layer ones
    $800 9
The twins Tia & Tamera, played onscreen by real-life twins
    $800 27
Long ago, it had a curved shape, but now it's basically a big oboe
    $800 29
A character in the country song "Coyotes" would "sit out under the stars" & "listen while the coyotes" do this
    $800 14
An experiment turns the low-I.Q. Charlie Gordon & a mouse into geniuses in this Daniel Keyes story
    $1000 20
A convert to Quakerism, Inazo Nitobe wrote a bestseller about this samurai warrior code
    $1000 5
In 1931 Irma Rombauer spent half her life savings to publish this cookbook that eventually sold 18 million copies
    $1000 10
Sisters Kara & Alex Danvers, one with extraordinary abilities
    $1000 28
This "-ology" is basically the theory of knowledge
    $1000 30
Coyotes prey on the snowshoe hare & the white-tailed this ruminant
    $1000 15
" Non-Cooperative Games", the doctoral thesis from his beautiful mind, made the "Annals of Mathematics" in 1951

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

Tim Tyler Angela
$4,400 $1,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Tyler Angela
$6,000 $5,200 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN PROVINCES & TERRITORIES
FEMALE LITERARY PROTAGONISTS
MUSIC, IN THE CLASSICAL SENSE
EPONYMOUS LEGISLATION
MR., MISS OR MRS. MOVIES
DOUBLE DOUBLE RHYMERS
    $400 6
Pro sports teams in Saskatchewan include the Saskatoon Blades & the Regina Pats in this sport
    $400 17
Scheherazade is the storyteller in this collection of folk tales
    $400 30
The 6th & last of these "Concertos" named for a place has no violins, but there's harpsichord, 'cause that's how Bach rolled
    $400 11
Named for Reagan's press secretary & adopted in 1993, the Brady bill imposed a waiting period before purchasing these
    $400 1
1931:
A strange potion divides a man's personality
    $400 23
Hawaiian dress, & garb worn by a ballerina
    $800 7
Places of interest in this province include the Citadel Historic Park in Halifax & the Alexander Graham Bell Historic Site
    $800 18
She's the FBI trainee who must seek help from a deranged killer in "The Silence of the Lambs"
    $800 16
At the '84 Olympics Brits Torvill & Dean got perfect 6s skating to gold using this Ravel work but we'd have given them a "10"
    $800 12
Federal title this number of the education amendments of 1972 was renamed for Patsy Mink, a congresswoman who helped enact it
    $800 3
1993:
Staying in touch with your kids after a divorce can literally be kind of a drag
    $800 24
Item held by a cheerleader, & type of movie like "Pretty Woman"
    $1200 2
The Fraser Valley in this Pacific province accounts for much of its agriculture
    DD: $2,000 19
Shakespeare wrote that the sails of her barge were "so perfumed that the winds were love-sick with them"
    $1200 13
In 1867 this wizard of the piano composed the "Hungarian Coronation Mass"
    $1200 20
The Lilly Ledbetter Act resets this time period whenever an employee receives a paycheck based on discriminatory pay
    $1200 8
2000:
An FBI agent goes undercover at a beauty pageant
    $1200 25
To reverse course using the same route, & the star of "Nacho Libre"
    DD: $6,400 4
In 2003 it dropped the words "the" & "Territory" from its name
    $1600 28
This Thomas Hardy heroine has an out-of-wedlock child named Sorrow, who sadly dies
    $1600 14
The "Bride's Book of Etiquette" suggests "Canon In D" by this 17th century German as the party heads down the aisle
    $1600 21
A star in Chaplin's "The Kid", he earned millions, but it got spent by others; a law named for him protects the earnings of minors
    $1600 9
2005:
Married assassins are contracted to kill each other
    $1600 26
A non-lethal weapon that fires an electric charge, & a 5k engaged in for pleasure
    $2000 5
Qikiqtaaluk, formerly called Baffin, is a region in this 800,000-square-mile territory
    $2000 29
This wife of Theseus had a minor part in Euripides' "Hippolytus" but got her own Racine tragedy
    $2000 15
Really putting the "O" in orchestra, E.L.O. did a live performance of "In The Hall Of The Mountain King" by this composer
    $2000 22
1920's National Prohibition Act was named for this Minnesota congressman
    $2000 10
1942:
A British woman & her family work together to survive at the outbreak of World War II
    $2000 27
"Swift" journalism thoroughfare of London & illegal paper during quiz time

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Tyler Angela
$12,800 $22,000 $9,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMATION
These characters first seen onscreen in a 1938 film are known in Spain as Juanito, Jorgito & Jaimito

Final scores:

Tim Tyler Angela
$3 $30,000 $18,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $30,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Tyler Angela
$12,800 $18,400 $9,800
16 R,
0 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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