Show #8479 - Thursday, September 30, 2021

Matt Amodio game 32.

Contestants

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Andrew Fox, a museum web and interactive developer from Novato, California

Abigail Noy, a screen printer from New York, New York

Matt Amodio, a Ph.D. student from New Haven, Connecticut (whose 31-day cash winnings total $1,158,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHAPTER & VERSE
HOMOPHONES
THAT ANIMAL HAD A NAME
GETTING SPORT "E"
LADIES & GENTLEMEN
THE WEEKEND
    $200 25
The penultimate chapter in a Nathaniel Hawthorne work is "The Revelation of" this title object
    $200 28
An empress' tenure & a downpour
    $200 26
Launched into space in 1961, Ham was one of these primates
    $200 30
A 3 on the par 5 6th hole at Pebble Beach
    $200 27
The Eisenhower Institute says Ike was in retirement "an amateur painter, & a gentleman" this man of the land
    $200 29
If you've had a damp autumn, a weekend chore is to clean the leaves out of these areas with a special scoop named for them
    $400 20
In Keats' "Ode on a Grecian Urn", this "is truth, truth" this, "that is all ye know on Earth, and all ye need to know"
    $400 23
An Oracle & a monetary yield
    $400 19
Hotfoot Teddy, a cub that survived a fire, was renamed this for a character who promoted fire safety & became his living symbol
    $400 24
A double, triple or homer is this type of hit
    $400 21
In 1919 Lady Astor became the first woman to take a seat in this body & kept the chair until 1945
    $400 22
A Saturday in the park can be fun for this breed that has a scary rep but is loyal & fearless
    $600 3
Chapter 128 of "Moby Dick" is this ship "Meets the Rachel"
    $600 18
A sense of style & a sudden solar explosion
    $600 14
Orangey seen here signing a contract in 1951, later played this simply name role in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
    $600 15
In Canadian football, it's called the goal area
    $600 16
Gentleman Jim Corbett picked up this sporting title in New Orleans in 1892 but lost it in Nevada 5 years later
    $600 17
On a fall Sunday, you can head to "Duuuval" County to check out QB & mane man Trevor Lawrence, who plays for this NFL team
    $800 2
In a Tennyson poem this "Lady" is imprisoned in a castle, not far from Camelot
    $800 13
A church singing group & an enclosure for horses
    $800 5
Dr. Penny Patterson taught Koko the gorilla this method of communication
    $800 12
This NHL tough guy will drop the gloves at the drop of a hat
    $800 10
The death sentence for treason had been suspended in 1553 for this lady--a teen, really--but after dad rebelled in '54... not so much
    $800 11
Time to put an extra "B" in a Sunday BBQ! I grill a mean this, the breast section beef cut under the 1st 5 ribs, & Texas-style, if you like!
    $1000 1
Byron's "Pilgrimage" of this "Childe" noted he "was sore sick at heart, and from his fellow bacchanals would flee"
    DD: $2,600 8
A sculpted decoration on a wall near the ceiling & the act of keeping prices or wages at a fixed level
    $1000 4
Bucephalus carried this man on many of his 4th century B.C. conquests
    $1000 9
In the NFL, a defender who makes contact with an opponent before the ball is snapped is guilty of this infraction
    $1000 6
We're big fans of this 1892 Oscar Wilde title character who has some serious mother issues
    $1000 7
Kick back with a Sunday read of "Blood & Treasure", a look at this 18th century Kentucky frontiersman

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

Matt Abigail Andrew
$7,400 $1,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Abigail Andrew
$10,200 $2,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

OLD-SCHOOL SELFIES
"ST" FOR A START
JACK
HISTORIC STRUCTURES
FROM BOOK TO RETITLED FILM
THE GEOGRAPHY
    $400 28
Philippe-Laurent Roland did things the hard way, taking a 1787 selfie in this rock
    $400 29
Caffeine is one of these pick-me-up substances
    $400 30
Jean-Louis was the original first name of this Beat Generation writer
    $400 27
Opened in 1883, the Russian State Historical Museum sits on this square
    $400 25
The movie "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" was based on a novel with this other character in the title
    $400 26
Found between Austria & Italy, Tyrol is a region in these mountains
    DD: $3,000 20
After returning to Paris in the 1890s, he took a selfie in his Polynesian-themed studio
    $800 24
It starts about 6 miles up from the ground
    $800 19
At age 60, fitness pioneer Jack Lalanne swam, handcuffed, to Fisherman's Wharf from this S.F. Bay island--towing a boat behind him
    $800 8
Built in England in the 2nd century by Romans, it measured some 70 miles & became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987
    $800 9
Released in 1961, this live-action Disney film that was remade in 1998 was based on the German novel "The Double Lottie"
    $800 23
The name of this fashionable coastal European resort area is from the Italian for "shore"
    $1200 17
But of course, this Postimpressionist posed in a beret for an 1890 selfie
    $1200 14
This section once held the cheapest accommodations on passenger ships
    $1200 11
Jack on the left, was the youngest but best known of these siblings who made a lasting mark in Hollywood
    $1200 6
Fort William in Calcutta is seen here around the time a small cell inside became infamous under this name
    $1200 3
Centered on an evil puzzle box, "The Hellbound Heart" by Clive Barker scared up this 1987 horror movie, you pinhead
    $1200 22
The Levant is a Mediterranean region that includes this nation & its ports of Tyre & Sidon
    $1600 16
This great Spaniard needed just oil & canvas to snap a selfie 17th century style
    $1600 13
Frankfurt's Börse, for one
    $1600 10
This titan of comic book art collaborated with Stan Lee to create the Fantastic Four & many more
    $1600 4
In the 1960s Egypt's Abu Simbel temple complex was relocated so it would not be submerged by the creation of this
    $1600 1
This prolific author's "A Princess of Mars" transported itself to the silver screen as the more masculine "John Carter"
    DD: $7,000 5
The Sudd is an almost impenetrable papyrus swamp from which this river emerges
    $2000 18
Elongated figures are characteristic of works by this Italian painter who depicted himself that way as seen here
    $2000 15
This adjective means dark & hellish, like a journey to Hades
    $2000 12
Engineer Jack Kilby shared a 2000 Nobel Prize for helping to invent the integrated this
    $2000 7
This expansive fortress in Granada, Spain contains courtyards with names like "The Court of the Sultana's Cypress"
    $2000 2
"Northern Lights" is the U.K. title of Philip Pullman's book; the film used this title more familiar to American readers
    $2000 21
Until 1957, what is today this West African country was known as the Gold Coast

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Abigail Andrew
$39,400 $7,000 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
A 2000 Library of Congress exhibit called this 1900 work "America's greatest and best-loved homegrown fairytale"

Final scores:

Matt Abigail Andrew
$54,400 $4,999 $10,000
32-day champion: $1,212,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Abigail Andrew
$30,200 $7,000 $9,000
37 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
11 R,
1 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $46,200

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