Show #8499 - Thursday, October 28, 2021

Tyler Rhode game 2.

Contestants

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Judi Dimund, a management consultant from Fairfax, Virginia

Peter Stein, a documentary filmmaker from San Francisco, California

Tyler Rhode, a healthcare data specialist from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
ACTRESS BY ROLES
POTENT ETYMOLOGY
RED
"BEAN"s
ANNE RICE
    $200 25
Including Okaloosa & Escambia, there are 16 counties in the Florida region with this shapely name
    $200 24
On TV, Rachel Green & on screen, Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S.
    $200 22
"Stoli" for short, this vodka brand means "of the capital" in Russian
    $200 19
The Comite International de la Croix-Rouge won the 1917 Nobel Peace Prize; we know them better as this
    $200 20
A tall, lanky person can be a beanpole or this
    $200 23
Anne Rice set her book "The Feast of all Saints" in this city where she was born & raised
    $400 26
The southernmost point that's U.S. territory is Rose Atoll, a part of this "American" Pacific possession
    $400 4
Julia & Julia (in "Defending Your Life" & Ms. Child)
    $400 8
This Irish whiskey's name includes structures that make their barley & the nearby river whose water is used in the spirit
    $400 12
In this song Prince asked, "Baby, have you got enough gas?"
    $400 21
Cornhole involves the hurling of them
    $400 27
"Ramses the Damned" is the subtitle of Anne's book about this title supernatural being
    $600 18
The name of this northeast region was first used by John Smith, who published "A Description of" it in 1616
    $600 1
We were unable to ignore her as Sunny von Bulow or Patty Hewes
    $600 5
Started in part by George Clooney, this tequila brand is a portmanteau of the Spanish words for "house" & "friends"
    $600 9
This longer name for the red crest on the head of the creature seen here mentions the type of bird it is
    $600 13
A number cruncher, or someone in the bureaucracy, reluctant to give you funds
    $600 28
In "The Wolf Gift" Reuben Golding discovers that this familiar nighttime trope isn't needed for his lupine transformation
    DD: $1,000 16
Las Vegas & Joshua Tree National Park are both found in this 25,000-square-mile desert
    $800 2
Broomhilda von Shaft & Olivia Pope
    $800 6
Named for the professional who creates the gold leaf inside, this cinnamon liqueur is German for "gold beater"
    $800 10
In a short story, Poe wrote that this 2-word malady "had long devastated the country"
    $800 14
In "Casablanca" Bogie nobly said, "The problems of 3 little people don't amount to" one of these
    $800 29
Rice wrote 4 books about this fairy tale figure who needs a prince to break the spell cast on her
    $1000 17
2021 is the bicentennial year of this Missouri city, home to the first state university established west of the Mississippi
    $1000 3
Ann Perkins on "Parks & Rec" & top cop Angie Tribeca
    $1000 7
This brand of rum is named for a navy man who became a famous tattoo artist
    $1000 11
This gemstone got its name from its resemblance to the red seed of a pomegranate
    $1000 15
Seen here, Eric Esch was one tough customer fighting under this nickname
    $1000 30
Louis was the title bloodsucker in "Interview with the Vampire"; the sequel is named for this conflicted antihero

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

Tyler Peter Judi
$4,400 $600 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Peter Judi
$5,200 $3,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE VIKINGS
DOCTOR IS NOT MY FIRST NAME
(Mayim: You will tell us what the first name is.)
AT THE BALLET
"K"-POP
SCIENCE
ONE SYLLABLE OR TWO?
    $400 26
Eriksfjord was a region that was home to a Viking settlement begun around 985 A.D. on this large island
    $400 8
Baker Street regular Dr. Watson
    $400 24
Tchaikovsky had a double premiere on Dec. 18, 1892: his opera "Iolanta" & this ballet
    $400 12
Top 40 songs by this rapper in 2019 included "Follow God", "On God" & "Use This Gospel"
    $400 1
Between the core & crust is this layer that forms the greatest bulk of the Earth
    $400 7
One who doodles, or a sliding storage compartment in a cabinet
    DD: $4,000 27
Based on a real-life 11th century Viking & involving killing trolls & monsters, the tale of Grettir the Outlaw is one of these epic stories
    $800 9
Frankenstein, Mary Shelley's different kind of animator
    $800 2
Subtitled "The Courting at Burnt Ranch", this Aaron Copland ballet uses elements of hoedown dancing & bronco busting
    $800 13
"Somebody Told Me" these Las Vegas rockers were "Imploding The Mirage" in 2020
    $800 19
Our pal Louis Pasteur used this word to describe what happens when yeast functions anaerobically
    $800 6
As a flower, it's one syllable; as a pale type of wine, it's 2
    $1200 28
Wagner knew about these female choosers of the slain in Viking myth; a rare pendant depicting one was found in 2012
    $1200 10
Surgeon/sorcerer
Dr. Strange
    $1200 3
The ballet "Fancy Free" about sailors on leave inspired the film "On the Town" with Frank Sinatra as Chip & this dancer as Gabey
    $1200 14
In the '60s red hunting jackets were a signature look for this British group
    DD: $2,000 20
A substance called chitin largely makes up this shell of certain crustaceans
    $1200 5
As an Italian musical direction, it's definitely 2 syllables; as a word meaning "talent", it can be one or 2
    $1600 29
The word means "bearskin", but these Viking warriors were said to fight almost naked in a bloodthirsty fury
    $1600 11
Dr. Jekyll,
created in 1886
    $1600 4
In "Coppélia", a magical doctor creates a life-size one of these that young Franz becomes obsessed with
    $1600 15
Despite the title, the 1967 Neil Diamond classic about this title lady is not in the style of bluegrass
    $1600 21
Need a handy man? One of the most ancient examples of the human genus is this one whose name means "handy man"
    $1600 17
As a verb, this word means "gained knowledge" but as a 2-syllable adjective, it means "erudite"
    $2000 30
This "Great" Anglo-Saxon king defeated an army of invading Danish Vikings at the Battle of Edington in 878
    $2000 25
M.D. & Ph.D., vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing
    $2000 23
"The River" was a jazz ballet collaboration between bandleader Duke Ellington & this choreographer
    $2000 16
Ooh I wanna take ya, but, the Beach Boys completely made up this triple-rhyme title island from a 1988 song
    $2000 22
An isobar connects areas of equal barometric pressure on a weather map; a line that connects areas of equal temperature is this
    $2000 18
The top of your head, or a liver spread

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Peter Judi
$22,400 $11,400 $4,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
From Sydney, Australia go 7,000 miles east & less than 1/2 degree of latitude north to this capital also near the Pacific

Final scores:

Tyler Peter Judi
$22,801 $100 $4,200
2-day champion: $35,301 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tyler Peter Judi
$19,200 $11,200 $6,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2021-09-23
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