Show #8516 - Monday, November 22, 2021

Amy Schneider game 4.

Contestants

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Mack Hayden, a copywriter from Irvine, California

Heidi Stumb, a freelancer from Grand Rapids, Michigan

Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $110,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MIX TAPE
WHICH ENGLISH MONARCH?
CHEW ON THIS
BEATLES MOVIES & DOCS
READING THE DETECTIVES
GET THE H OUTTA HERE!
    $200 11
In June 1927 4 million lined Broadway to view the ticker-tape parade in his honor after his return from France
    $200 16
Lost the 13 American colonies to independence
    $200 26
Some like them hard, but I really enjoy a Bavarian-style one of these twisty, chewy items with sweet mustard
    $200 6
Paul McCartney said The Beatles wanted to be in a film, but wanted to make a good one--& did with this first film of theirs
    $200 1
This novelist got right to the point with his book titles--"Detective Cross" & "Kill Alex Cross"
    $200 21
A sharp-pointed part of a plant cuts away an H & also leaves our clothing ripped, or this synonym
    $400 12
President Obama's 2016 State of the Union address said some of this "needs to be cut"
    $400 17
Crossed the English Channel in 1066
    $400 27
The name of this hard-to-chew candy literally says it could fracture your mandible
    $400 7
"The Hours & Times" fictionalizes a real trip that John Lennon took to Spain with this Beatles manager in 1963
    $400 2
In 2006 this "artful" LAPD homicide detective took a trip to "Echo Park"
    $400 22
The fabric of the clergy renounces H & coagulates as this word
    $600 13
Seen here is a 19th century bit of what's known as tape this
    DD: $2,400 18
Ruled at the start of the English Reformation
    $600 28
The first name of this chewy-center candied lolly is something you shouldn't call mom; the second name is OK for dad
    $600 8
This director spent 3 years restoring footage & editing "The Beatles: Get Back", a 2021 docuseries
    $600 3
1948 Los Angeles is the setting for "Devil in a" this, the first novel featuring Easy Rawlins
    $600 23
A proverbially lucky nationality drops the H & becomes this part of your eye
    $800 14
It was paired with "Sex" & "Lies" in a 1989 Steven Soderbergh film title
    $800 19
Was the brother of Richard the Lionheart
    $800 29
They're not always orange; some of the more interesting varieties of this taproot include purple dragon & solar yellow
    $800 9
This 2019 film has Himesh Patel waking up in an alternate universe where he is one of the few who remembers The Fab 4
    $800 4
K is for the P.I. Kinsey Millhone; this creator said Kinsey was herself, "only younger, smarter, & thinner"
    $800 24
A word meaning to make holy loses an H & gets permission to become this word meaning to permit
    $1000 15
For auxiliary data storage, computers sometimes use this type of tape that often has iron oxide in it
    $1000 20
Was sometimes known as "Crookback"
    $1000 30
Adding an "A" to the middle of a California coastal city gives you this chewy confection
    $1000 10
Seen here, this record producer interviewed Paul for the series "McCartney 3, 2, 1"
    $1000 5
It was dark, & my head hurt. I was this guy from 7 Raymond Chandler novels, including "The Little Sister", & I needed a drink
    $1000 25
Something fake loses an H & horses around as this

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

Amy Heidi Mack
$5,000 $0 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Heidi Mack
$11,600 $400 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORICAL FICTION
YOU GOT A LOT OF IRV, PAL!
TV COMEDY SKETCHES
YOUR DESTINATION AWAITS
VENUS
YEAH, BABY, SHE'S GOT IT
    $400 1
In "The March" by E.L. Doctorow, this general & his troops move through Georgia & the Carolinas
    $400 11
This "King of Tin Pan Alley" never learned how to read music but wrote classics like "Cheek To Cheek"
    $400 6
From this troupe, "Upper-Class Twit of the Year"
    $400 16
Volcanic sand beaches & multi-colored cliffs await you on the Greek island of Santorini in this sea
    $400 21
Continent-sized land forms on Venus called terrae are named for Ishtar & this Greek counterpart of Venus
    $400 22
I can't put my finger on it; she's got a certain this, literally "I don't know what" in French
    $800 2
This historical romance from 1844 actually tells of 4 swashbuckling heroes during the reign of Louis XIII
    $800 12
In 1951 Judge Irving Kaufman sentenced this couple to death for espionage
    $800 7
On "The Ben Stiller Show", her as the B-Minus Time Traveler
    $800 17
Why this city, you may ask? It has the Rock & Roll H.O.F. & the Great Lakes Science Center, & as far as I'm concerned, it rocks!
    $800 27
Venus is shrouded in yellowish clouds mostly made of this acid, H2SO4
    $800 23
She's got this; also the first name of the woman seen here
    $1200 3
Michelle Moran wrote of this beautiful woman, "Queen of Egypt, Daughter of eternity"
    $1200 13
Irving Thalberg, who has a building named for him on our Sony lot, produced "A Night at the Opera" for this comedy team in 1935
    $1200 8
On "French and Saunders", "Modern Mother & Daughter", the origin of this Britcom
    $1200 18
You won't soon forget Torres del Paine National Park in the smaller part of Patagonia that lies in this country
    $1200 28
Early information about Venus was gathered when it made these, a term for when a planet crosses the Sun from Earth's view
    $1200 24
Wanting good things for all, she's often described as this, from the Latin for "well wishing"
    DD: $3,600 4
Published in 1859, this novel takes place in Paris & London during the French Revolution
    $1600 14
New Hampshire & Vienna have played big roles in the works of this '80s bestselling novelist who attended the universities of both
    $1600 9
This late genius as an inept dentist & a very old man on "The Carol Burnett Show"
    DD: $5,000 19
You down with VDG? I'd like to see Vasco da Gama Bridge, Vasco da Gama Tower & Vasco da Gama's tomb in this world capital
    $1600 29
In 1610, this astronomer made the discovery that Venus, like the Moon, had phases
    $1600 25
I'd describe her with this word that means enthralling or fascinating; an old definition of it is "taking prisoner"
    $2000 5
"A Tip for the Hangman" tells of this aspiring playwright, recruited from Cambridge to spy for Queen Elizabeth I
    $2000 15
After getting 17 publisher rejections, Irving Stone hit it big in 1934 with this "bio-history" of van Gogh
    $2000 10
Him as blind African-American white supremacist Clayton Bigsby
    $2000 20
Here's a glimpse of life on this 15-square-mile French Polynesian island whose double name means "first born"; yes, please
    $2000 30
Unlike Earth, Venus revolves in this 10-letter way; on a clear day, Venusians would see the Sun rise in the west
    $2000 26
Practical & grounded, she's described in this 3-word way & when my head is in the clouds, she "brings me" there

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Heidi Mack
$35,400 -$800 $11,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY PRESIDENTS
He won an election in which both he & his Democratic opponent were from Ohio & both were wealthy newspaper publishers

Final scores:

Amy Heidi Mack
$45,400 -$800 $23,199
4-day champion: $155,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Heidi Mack
$30,200 -$800 $9,600
37 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
3 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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Game tape date: 2021-10-04
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