Show #8513 - Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Andrew He game 6. Amy Schneider game 1.

Contestants

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Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California

Max McDonald, a freelance artist and designer from Brooklyn, New York

Andrew He, a software developer from San Francisco, California (whose 5-day cash winnings total $157,365)

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Jeopardy! Round

NATIONS BY WORLD HERITAGE SITES
ITALIAN ARTS & CULTURE
BIBLICAL FIRST NAMES
IT'S A NEW MACHINE
1985 IN ENTERTAINMENT
BEVERAGE RHYMES
    $200 24
Agra Fort & Nanda Devi National Park
    $200 6
For many years Arturo Toscanini was the principal conductor & music director at this famed Milan opera house
    $200 29
"Hey"! This name got a little push in popularity thanks to the Beatles song
    $200 20
Holiday Inn founder Kemmons Wilson was sick of being charged for this & put machines dispensing it free in his hotels
    $200 30
Richard Dean Anderson starred as the resourceful title agent on this TV series that debuted in 1985
    $200 28
A bath in a tub of the "Real Thing" cola
    $400 23
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump & L'anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
    $400 7
In the 1980s, the designers seen here launched this fashion brand--D&G for short
    $400 26
Country singers Combs & Bryan both go by this first name
    $400 19
The first public ATM dealing in this currency opened in Vancouver in 2013
    $400 27
1985 was a good year for this duo as "Everything She Wants" & "Careless Whisper" topped the charts
    $400 25
Oolong joy
    $600 22
The Cave of Altamira & the Old City of Salamanca
    $600 10
1950's "Luci del varieta", or "Variety Lights", was his first feature film as director
    $600 17
One meaning of this name is "seductive", which is perfect for the woman who seduced & deceived Samson
    $600 18
Even full-size cars became compact & easily removed as the Al-Jon Co. started making these alliterative machines in the '60s
    $600 21
It took place July 13, 1985 at Wembley Stadium & Philadelphia's JFK Stadium
    $600 15
The kind of people who like the whole or skim beverage
    $800 12
The old city of Dubrovnik & Stari Grad Plain
    DD: $1,400 8
It's the Italian name for the lively folk dance also known as "the dance of the spider"
    $800 16
Spelled a variety of ways, this girls' name is shared by TV personality & entrepreneur Frankel & surfer Hamilton
    $800 9
Before his partner Eli Whitney even got a patent, Phineas Miller was de-seeding with this machine in Mulberry Grove, Georgia
    $800 5
An alternative to MTV for the more mature viewer, it launched on New Year's Day with Marvin Gaye singing the national anthem
    $800 14
Cessation of hostilities between fruit liquids
    $1000 11
The stone town of Zanzibar & Selous Game Reserve
    $1000 3
"Bridge of Sighs"s is by this artist, whose detailed paintings of Venice & London influenced generations of landscape painters
    $1000 4
Zeke is often short for this name of an Old Testament prophet whose book follows Lamentations
    $1000 1
In 1969, Leonard Kleinrock & his team sent the first message over the internet with the first this, which now connects devices like modems
    $1000 2
John Parr climbed the highest mountain & crossed the wildest sea to hit No. 1 with this movie tune "(Man In Motion)"
    $1000 13
A clause in a rock band's contract that assures they have their favorite fermented apple drink

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

Andrew Max Amy
$4,000 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Max Amy
$7,200 $1,200 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE PITTSBURGH ADDRESS
IT'S HISTORY
READERS, DIGEST
SCIENCE
GRAMMY'S ALBUM OF THE YEAR
SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
    $400 9
5000 Forbes Avenue:
this university named for 2 Andrews
    $400 4
It began to tilt in 1178, while still under construction; luckily (for us), war interrupted & gave time for the soil to settle
    $400 27
This character "had been trying to get the honey-jar off his head. The more he shook it, the more tightly it stuck"
    $400 30
Taxo-comic expert Dr. Neal Evenhuis chose Carmenelectra & shechisme as these 2 identifiers for an extinct bug
    $400 28
The soundtrack to this film won for 1993; Record of the Year was "I Will Always Love You"
    $400 29
It's the very least you can do
    $800 10
100 Art Rooney Avenue: this sports venue
    $800 5
This dread tribunal passed its judgments in a ceremony called the auto-da-fé, or act of faith
    $800 26
This Henry Fielding hero & Mrs. Waters have a sexy ox-eating scene; in the movie, it's seafood & chicken
    $800 22
Rare on Earth except in signs, this gas with atomic number 10 is a top 10 element in abundance in the universe
    $800 24
"The Miseducation of" her got the nod for 1998
    $800 25
A small vending stand, perhaps for newspapers
    $1200 11
600 Grant Street:
this tower--its name is also what it's made of
    DD: $2,000 7
In 1756 Voltaire wrote that this, which had lasted nearly a thousand years, was none of the 3 elements in its name
    $1200 1
Key lime pie is dumped on a philandering hubby's head in "Heartburn"; in real life, she poured wine on Carl Bernstein
    $1200 17
A law covering compression of this device with great elasticity is F=-kx; k is the constant named for the device
    $1200 13
The first country artist to win the award was him, for 1968 & "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
    $1200 19
This adjective for some stockings also refers to anything conducted in a smooth & continuous manner
    $1600 12
1197 West Carson Street: the Duquesne Incline, one of these cable-drawn railways, from Latin for "rope"
    $1600 6
In the 8th century the Abbasid one of these dynasties named for its Muslim ruler overthrew the Umayyad one
    $1600 2
Elizabeth Bishop is "waiting for coffee and the charitable crumb" in her poem "A Miracle for" this meal
    DD: $10,800 15
It's the process of atoms acquiring a positive or negative charge, as when sodium & chlorine combine to make salt
    $1600 14
Duets with Norah Jones & Diana Krall among others made his "Genius Loves Company" the winner for 2004
    $1600 20
A volley of rain, or a type of movie file sent over the Internet
    $2000 18
1803 Cliff Street:
the park named for this Pulitzer-winning Pittsburgh playwright & "Fences" author
    $2000 8
The 1805 battle of this Austrian empire town has been called "Napoleon's masterpiece"
    $2000 3
Split cod is on an earlier menu for this Dinesen title character but after winning the French lottery, her feast is in order
    $2000 16
Max Planck solved the "ultraviolet catastrophe" by measuring light not in continuous waves but as packets of energy called these
    $2000 23
He won back-to-back for 1973 & 1974 with "Innervisions" & "Fulfillingness' First Finale"
    $2000 21
An El Greco painting is titled this, a duke or other person of high rank with his hand on his chest

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Max Amy
$26,800 $6,800 $19,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FINAL RESTING PLACES
A cemetery on this island has the graves of Robert Fulton & 2 of the first 4 Treasury Secretaries

Final scores:

Andrew Max Amy
$14,399 $2 $31,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $31,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Max Amy
$17,600 $8,200 $18,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $44,600

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