Show #8511 - Monday, November 15, 2021

Andrew He game 4.

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Jeff Meyers, an accountant from Redondo Beach, California

Molly Karol, a CPA from Austin, Texas

Andrew He, a software developer from San Francisco, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $107,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
TIME
A PERSON, PLACE OR RING
NOVEL QUOTES
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
WHAT "A" TEAM!
    $200 30
Often ranked as Brazil's top institution of higher learning, it's abbreviated USP & it's absolutely free
    $200 27
In addition to its medical meaning, embolism is the insertion of a day in the calendar, most familiarly this day
    $200 29
Dating back to the 13th century, the Fisherman's Ring is a papal seal depicting this saint as said fisherman
    $200 25
In this novel, Mark Watney recounts: "Ares 1 crew... came back heroes... Ares 2 did the same thing... Ares 3. Well, that was my mission"
    $200 28
This German exclamation means "health"
    $200 26
Mike Trout has starred for this team since 2011
    $400 20
Royal Roads University in this Canadian province has amazing views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca
    $400 21
A container sealed in Otta, Norway in 1912 & opened in 2012 is just one of many of these that turned out to hold nothing interesting
    $400 24
25,000 miles long & horseshoe-shaped, it burns burns burns in part due to eruptions of Mount Ruiz & Novarupta
    $400 23
"'Toad Hall,' said the Toad proudly, 'is an eligible self-contained gentleman's residence"' is a line in this novel
    $400 22
I have found it, it being this Greek word that means "I have found it!"
    $400 19
The NBA's Hawks nest there
    $600 17
Many French presidents have studied at Paris' elite Sciences Po, the Po short for this field
    $600 14
As opposed to a separate sub-dial, a second hand that goes from the center all around is this alliterative second hand
    $600 15
"I do not consider it an insult, but rather a compliment, to be called an agnostic", this lawyer said at the Scopes trial
    $600 6
"I felt very still and very empty", she wrote in "The Bell Jar"
    $600 16
French for "good journey", it's what you wish someone before they set off on a trip
    $600 18
They were N.L. champs in 2005 & A.L. champs in 2017
    $800 8
Don't think you'll coast through this subject "for beginners" at ETH Zurich; Einstein flunked it
    $800 13
I sentence you to this, meaning the 6 months you've already spent in jail--you're free, now get out of here
    $800 12
Tybee Island, Georgia is 20 minutes from the historic graciousness of this city
    $800 7
In this novel 17-year-old Augustus Waters introduces himself as having had "a little touch of osteosarcoma"
    $800 10
This Spanish phrase literally means "until the view" & is used to mean "see you later"
    $800 11
It was the full nickname of Connie Mack's 1901 Philly squad
    $1000 9
The oldest university in Scandinavia is in Uppsala, Sweden; the second oldest, in this capital a few hundred miles south
    $1000 5
It's as far as you can see; preceded by "time", it's how long you need to meet your investing goals
    DD: $1,000 1
When water is low, minerals leave a so-called bathtub ring in lakes like this manmade one in Utah & Arizona named for an explorer
    $1000 2
"Everyone was angry with" this woman, the titular first wife of a Daphne du Maurier novel, "when she cut her" mass of dark hair
    $1000 3
Let's give thanks in Japanese, this word
    $1000 4
This NHL squad rumbled into Colorado from Quebec in 1995

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

Andrew Molly Jeff
$4,400 $2,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Molly Jeff
$5,600 $5,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: We start with a category about a new book...)
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OCEAN: A GLOBAL ODYSSEY
ISLANDS OF EUROPE
COMPOSERS
FAMOUS NAMES
ELABORATING ON THE HITCHCOCK TITLE
WORDS WITH A SINGLE VOWEL
    $400 29
This largest species of penguin can dive to more than 500 yards in the chilly waters of the raw sea
    $400 30
You'll find plenty of small silver herring off the shores of this second-largest Italian island
    $400 27
He had no idea the audience was applauding at an 1824 performance of his Ninth Symphony until a soloist had him face the crowd
    $400 26
Following a 3-year exile in Siberia, future dictator Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov took this last name
    $400 9
Spatial disorientation that can produce dizziness & confusion
    $400 28
It can be a sudden surprising event or an unkempt mass of hair
    $800 19
A very brave cleaner shrimp gets a meal of parasites & dead skin from the mouth of one of these scary predators
    $800 21
Enjoy the local wine on this country's island of Madeira
    DD: $14,000 18
He was born near St. Petersburg in early June 1882; no wonder his music is rite for spring
    $800 24
This pupil of Plato went on to found his own school, the Lyceum
    $800 8
2 railroad passengers whose lives become entangled
    $800 25
As Dorothy walked through Oz, "now and then there came a deep" this sound "from some wild animal"
    $1200 15
Blaring threats through their inflatable proboscises, males of this largest seal species battle for breeding rights
    $1200 20
For its vital role in World War II, this Mediterranean island was awarded the George cross, not one of the crosses named for it
    $1200 14
Per the estate, English-speaking countries may only produce this composer's "Porgy and Bess" with a Black cast
    $1200 4
Akbar, who took the throne at 13 & reigned for nearly 50 years, is considered the greatest emperor of this Indian dynasty
    $1200 7
Jimmy Stewart, a tourist in Morocco who didn't ask to find out about murder & secrets
    $1200 22
This joint is found at the distal end of the radius
    $1600 13
The plastic & debris-strewn area known as the Great Pacific this covers 600,000 square miles between Hawaii & California
    $1600 3
They're the biggest & second-biggest of Spain's Balearic Islands, as their names suggest
    $1600 1
Some historians think it was Mozart who was jealous of this Italian, a success at the Imperial Court, not the other way around
    DD: $7,000 2
In 1922 this archaeologist sent a cable saying, "At last have made wonderful discovery in valley"
    $1600 5
A craft used to save passengers of a doomed marine vessel
    $1600 17
"Bourbon and" this refers to a drink made with pure, iron-free water
    $2000 16
A sperm whale glides under a canopy of the golden algae that gives this wide Mid-Atlantic sea its name
    $2000 12
Melos & Mykonos are among these "encircling islands" of southeast Greece
    $2000 11
This Russian composed his "Pictures At An Exhibition" as a memorial tribute to an artist friend
    $2000 10
In his first period as Cuba's de facto leader in the 1930s, he was a respected reformer & is seen here on a visit to the United States
    $2000 6
That he's dead, & many in a Vermont village think they're responsible
    $2000 23
This 3-word motto honoring the Wright Brothers has appeared on North Carolina license plates since 1982

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Molly Jeff
$30,400 $15,200 $13,200
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MYTHS & LEGENDS
This legendary place has been identified as being in Caerleon, Wales & in Winchester, England

Final scores:

Andrew Molly Jeff
$30,401 $30,400 $15,201
4-day champion: $137,502 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Molly Jeff
$17,200 $9,800 $13,200
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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