Show #8501 - Monday, November 1, 2021

Tyler Rhode game 4.

Contestants

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Carrie Bruner, a library media specialist from Glen Allen, Virginia

Mike Norris, a researcher and writer from Beverly, Massachusetts

Tyler Rhode, a healthcare data specialist from New York, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

KANSAS CITY: NEWS CLUES
(Mayim: These will be presented by the Kansas City Fox 4 news team.)
MISMATCHED PAIRS
TRIPLE ALLITERATION
THE MAN'S PEN NAME
ANATOMY CLASS
TV CATCHPHRASES
(Mayim: You will name the show that made each one famous.)
    $200 2
(Hi, I'm John Holt.) It was an exciting but sobering event in 2006 when Kansas City opened the USA's official museum of this event, with features for visitors to ponder like a field of 9,000 silk poppies
    $200 1
Place for your petrol & a reality show where Cuban & co. get pitched
    $200 28
This pencil-&-paper game is also known as Xs & Os
    $200 30
"I am a young girl of about thirty-five", penned this Founding Father in a 1732 letter to the Penn. Gazette as "Alice Addertongue"
    $200 20
Each of these organs has its own pleural cavity, not connected to the other
    $200 18
"The truth is out there"
    $400 3
(Hi, I'm Pat McGonigle.) Hollywood came to Kansas City to film a biopic starring Gary Sinise as this man; locations included Lee's Summit & of course, Independence
    $400 26
Goose liver & Fat Tuesday
    $400 27
Only around since the early 1990s, it takes you practically anywhere you want to go--on the Internet
    $400 29
Mathematician & photographer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known to readers young & old by this pen name
    $400 17
The orbital cavities contain these organs
    $400 16
"Suit up!"
    $600 7
(Hi, I'm Nick Vasos.) In 1997, the 100th anniversary of her birth, her hometown of Atchison, Kansas unveiled a 42,000-square foot earth work portrait of this globe-trotting heroine
    $600 23
Arkansas capital & Jim Henson series featuring Red, Gobo & Boober
    $600 11
The movie "A Christmas Story" used this canine phrase to up the ante in a big challenge
    $600 19
Edith Van Dyne, author of the "Aunt Jane's Nieces" series, wasn't in Kansas anymore, as she didn't exist--"she" was this man
    $600 10
Cardiac & smooth are 2 main types of this tissue
    $600 8
"Wubba lubba dub dub"
    $800 24
(Hi, I'm Karli Ritter.) A highlight of the holiday season each year is the lighting of the mayor's 100-foot Christmas tree at Crown Center, opened in 1971 by the same Kansas City businessman who founded this card company
    $800 14
A nickname for the circus & a Tennessee state song
    $800 12
Relationship of Queen Elizabeth to Queen Victoria
    $800 21
N.W. Clerk--a play on Old English for "I know not what scholar"--was a pen name for this creator of Aslan
    $800 6
This long, slender fiber that projects from a nerve cell carries impulses away from the cell body
    $800 4
"This tape will self-destruct in five seconds"
    $1000 25
(Hi, I'm Christel Bell.) In 1997, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum opened its new permanent home under the leadership of Buck O'Neill, who had been a star for this Kansas City Negro Leagues team, as had greats like Satchel Paige & Jackie Robinson
    $1000 13
Scientist known for his study of light & actress who plays Maeve on "Westworld"
    DD: $2,000 15
One of this organization's missions is "calling out & addressing substandard marketplace behavior"
    $1000 22
A rip-ping storyteller, he covered "A History of New York" in 1809 under the name Diedrich Knickerbocker
    $1000 9
The name of this bone that helps form the elbow is a Latin word for "elbow"
    $1000 5
"Homey don't play that"

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

Tyler Mike Carrie
$4,000 $2,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Mike Carrie
$6,200 $4,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ONCE UPON A NOVEMBER
LET'S TAKE A TRIP
FANTASTICAL CREATURES
FAMILY IS EVERYTHING
MOVIES BY CHARACTERS
2 WORDS, 2 SYLLABLES EACH
    $400 26
He assumed the presidency November 22, 1963
    $400 25
Shoot a selfie at this state's Rainbow Bridge, a natural stone arch with a 275-foot span & a height of 290 feet
    $400 30
The Minotaur was the offspring of Cretan Queen Pasiphae & a white bull sent by this sea god
    $400 15
Patented in 1835, it gave brass instruments a new largest family member
    $400 8
1997:
Dirk Diggler,
Rollergirl,
Amber Waves
    $400 10
In a hopeful sense, a cloud is said to have one of these metallic features
    $800 27
After 10 years of construction, this waterway officially opened November 17, 1869
    $800 22
If the "active" life is for you, climb one of these, like Mount Bromo in Indonesia or Mount Sakurajima in Japan
    $800 9
Francois Rabelais wrote about the exploits of this voracious giant & his son Pantagruel
    $800 20
The shell shape accounts for the name of the gastropod family Helicidae, including the common edible this
    $800 7
1970:
Hot Lips,
Trapper John,
Painless Waldowski
    $800 11
Brits use this "familial" name for the guy who brings presents every December
    $1200 19
On Nov. 29, 1929 he commanded the first flight over the South Pole, for which he'd receive a promotion to rear admiral
    $1200 18
3 1/2-mile-long Nanjing Road is the main shopping street in this most populous Chinese city
    $1200 3
George Langelaan wrote the Playboy magazine short story that inspired this film in which Seth Brundle transforms
    DD: $2,000 17
Prominent Boston families like the Cabots & Winthrops have been dubbed with this collective name from a caste of India
    $1200 4
1964: General
"Buck" Turgidson,
Colonel "Bat" Guano, Major "King" Kong
    DD: $5,000 13
Meaning you're good at talking with others, this alliterative phrase begins with a plural word & ends with its singular form
    $1600 28
On November 2, 1930 Haile Selassie was crowned emperor of this country
    $1600 23
Enjoy a performance by North America's longest-running ballet company, the Royal Ballet in this Manitoba city
    $1600 1
This sea monster Odysseus & his men must sail past has 6 heads
    $1600 16
The black & yellow panels in the state flag seen here are a heraldic symbol of this family that founded Maryland
    $1600 5
1992:
Nice Guy Eddie,
Mr. Orange,
Mr. Brown
    $1600 12
High levels of hGC & estrogen might be the cause of this malady that can actually strike pregnant women at any time of day
    $2000 29
On November 1, 1957 this 5-mile-long bridge opened to traffic, linking Michigan's Upper & Lower Peninsulas
    $2000 24
Visit the megaliths of Carnac, then name your daughter after this region of Northwest France where you found them
    $2000 2
The Talmud recounts how Adam was first created by God as one of these magical humanoids
    $2000 21
In 1478 the rival Pazzi family tried to overthrow this ruling family of an Italian city, including attacking them in a church
    $2000 6
1976:
Coach Buttermaker, Ogilvie,
Lupus
    $2000 14
Home to wits like Dorothy Parker, the Algonquin Round Table had this other shapely name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Mike Carrie
$16,200 $4,800 -$200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1960s HISTORY
After around 8 PM EDT on July 21, 1969 a major part of a transport known by this 1-word name was never seen again

Final scores:

Tyler Mike Carrie
$20,000 $6,800 -$200
4-day champion: $78,301 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tyler Mike Carrie
$16,200 $9,800 $3,800
18 R,
2 W
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $29,800

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Game tape date: 2021-09-24
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