Show #8512 - Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Andrew He game 5.

Contestants

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Rebecca Clark, an administrative assistant and theater director from Santa Cruz, California

Michael Guarnieri, a film critic and conflicts analyst from Louisville, Kentucky

Andrew He, a software developer from San Francisco, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $137,502)

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Jeopardy! Round

LOOK AT THAT MOUNTAIN!
TV CRIME FAMILIES
BOOK TITLES EN FRANCAIS
A PHRASE OF TURN
AMERICAN IDLE
THE X FACTOR
    $200 28
It's seen here at sunrise, from the less-climbed Italian side
    $200 13
After the original Fat Tony dies on a Season 22 episode of this show, his cousin Fit Tony becomes the new Fat Tony
    $200 24
Wreaking havoc: "Le chat chapeauté"
    $200 25
Snowplow & stem Christie are types of turns in this sport
    $200 29
Studies have shown that this online activity that sounds like a beach sport may help prevent dementia
    $200 30
Xerxes I took the reins of this empire in 486 B.C.
    $400 27
From the right angle it's easy to see how this iconic California peak got its fractional name
    $400 12
In a memorable episode of "The Sopranos", Tony finds some unfinished business on a college tour with this daughter
    $400 18
A classic: "Le vieil homme et la mer"
    $400 23
Do this on the same-named device to bring in that big fish you've just hooked
    $400 26
Maximizing "time on device" is the goal of casinos for these, which bring in more than 3/4 of their profits
    $400 22
Xterra is a popular series of triathlons as well as a former SUV from this company
    $600 21
Though it's far from the tallest, 22,350-foot tall Ama Dablam is often called the most beautiful peak in this range
    $600 10
In 2020 Chris Rock played Loy Cannon, head of a crime family on this drama that despite its title was set in Kansas City
    $600 11
It's murder! "Minuit dans le jardin du bien et du mal"
    $600 20
It precedes dervish to describe the spins of the Sufi mystics seen here
    $600 19
Movie character Jeffrey Lebowski, a slacker mainly interested in drinking & bowling, prefers to be addressed as this
    $600 17
Luke Skywalker is at the controls of this vehicle when he destroys the Death Star
    $800 7
Take one look at Cerro Torre in this plateau region of southern Argentina & you'll see why it's one of the world's toughest climbs
    $800 8
On this acclaimed drama, the Barksdale family ran a drug racket on the streets of Baltimore
    $800 9
Science fiction for all ages: "Un raccourci dans le temps"
    $800 14
A short shaft around which something rotates; in politics, it's often a turn "to the center" to appeal to moderate voters
    $800 15
This two-piece casual apparel seen here takes its name from time used for relaxation
    $800 16
The Xolo breed seen here is the national & mostly hairless dog of this country
    $1000 6
Head to this Alberta national park to see the fortress-like towers of Castle Mountain
    $1000 5
Jax struggled with his stepdad Clay for control of the title biker gang on this FX drama
    $1000 4
A book for the entire galaxy: "Salut, et encore merci pour le poisson"
    $1000 3
This word for a graceful turn is from French for "spinning top"
    DD: $1,000 2
Mid-20th-century California pioneered these 2-word places to relax, making them from old wine vats
    $1000 1
One of the first orchestral uses of the xylophone was to invoke skeletons' bones in this spooky 1874 work by Camille Saint-Saens

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

Andrew Michael Rebecca
$2,200 $4,800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Michael Rebecca
$6,400 $5,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
OPERA SOURCE MATERIAL
EXOPLANETS
AIRPORTS
COMEDIANS' CATCHPHRASES
WORDS THAT SHOULD RHYME
    $400 27
In 1615 these 2 became parents to a son, Thomas Rolfe
    $400 28
Philip Glass based "The Perfect American" on Peter Stephan Jungk's book about this animation tycoon's last days
    $400 29
A "Jupiter" is a massive exoplanet believed to be made, like Jupiter, mostly of these 2 lightest elements
    $400 17
During a layover at McCarran Airport in this city, you can do a little gambling right in the terminal
    $400 30
"Can we talk?"
    $400 26
An appliance for preparing food & a strong emotional attraction for another
    $800 23
The take from 1930s robberies committed by this pair seen here was rarely more than $1,000
    $800 22
This Italian based "La Traviata" on a play written by Alexandre Dumas, son of the famous novelist
    $800 21
Wider for hotter stars, the habitable zone is the area around a star within which this can exist on a planet's surface
    $800 1
This airport's code, ORD, goes back to the previous tenant on the site, Orchard Field
    $800 24
"You might be a redneck if..."
    $800 25
A pungent bulb vegetable & a constellation named for a mythological hunter
    $1200 20
Born around 610 B.C. on Lesbos, this poet integrated elements of Aphrodite's rituals like incense-laden altars into her work
    $1200 8
Henry Purcell's "The Fairy Queen", usually dubbed the first Shakespearean opera, is based on this play
    $1200 11
One exoplanet thought to be 13 billion years old has been called this, like Noah's grandfather
    $1200 2
The Beehive at this London-area facility, code LGW, was the first airport building with an integrated railway station
    $1200 14
"Well, excuuuuuse me!"
    $1200 12
A learned specialist in a branch of knowledge & a type of tooth at the back of the mouth
    DD: $4,000 6
Albert of Brandenburg, the Archbishop of Mainz, received a copy of this Oct. 31, 1517 document
    $1600 7
An Italian play provided inspiration for Puccini to write this Chinese-set opera based on a Persian tale
    $1600 9
So far about 2/3 of all exoplanets discovered have been found by the space telescope named for this German astronomer
    $1600 3
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport serves this world capital
    $1600 19
"Git-r-done!"
    $1600 18
A hard-shell tortilla with fillings & a Texas city founded in 1849 on the Brazos River
    $2000 5
This Italian admiral called the "Liberator of Genoa" got his name on a luxury liner that sank in 1956
    $2000 4
"Acis and Galatea" is based on a myth we know from this man's "Metamorphoses"
    $2000 10
The first exoplanets were discovered in 1992 circling PSR B1257+12, one of these stars emitting regular bursts of radio waves
    DD: $3,000 16
At Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, art lovers can enjoy a sampling of paintings from this nearby national museum
    $2000 15
"She ready"
    $2000 13
An earthenware beer mug & a circulatory vessel returning blood to the heart

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Michael Rebecca
$21,200 $9,000 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE QUOTES
This 3-word phrase was the protagonist's second line of dialogue in a 1962 movie, the first in a 25-film series

Final scores:

Andrew Michael Rebecca
$19,863 $18,000 $9,001
5-day champion: $157,365 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Michael Rebecca
$22,200 $13,000 $8,800
26 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $44,000

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