Show #8519 - Thursday, November 25, 2021

Amy Schneider game 7.


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Ged Trias, an architect from Rockford, Illinois

Nancy Edelman, a high school English teacher from Teaneck, New Jersey

Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California (whose 6-day cash winnings total $207,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

"COME" & "GO"
    $200 26
3 Columbia University profs were the main members of this president's depression-fighting "Brain Trust"
    $200 10
"Dances with Wolves" danced away with a win for him
    $200 21
It's named for stuff that gets on boots; the Brits call it a boot room
    $200 1
Women in the U.S. House of Representatives had only worn dresses & skirts until Charlotte Reid put these on in 1969
    $200 17
The home team was down by 10 in the 4th quarter but tied things up at the buzzer after mounting a furious one of these
    $200 15
Michelangelo was born March 6, 1475 in the village of Caprese in the republic of this Italian city
    $400 27
Britain's National Trust manages 2,100 acres of chalk grassland around this Salisbury site
    $400 11
"Saving Private Ryan" won the war for this man
    $400 22
The rug seen here is in this room
    $400 2
In John 20 Jesus tells her to notify the Apostles that he was ascending to God
    $400 16
A Van Dyke is a type of this
    $400 7
This "Magnificent" Medici took teenage Michelangelo under his wing & gave him access to the family's art collection
    $600 28
The U.S. government sued a sugar trust under the provisions of this 1890 act & lost in an 1895 Supreme Court decision
    $600 12
"The Departed" gave him his long-anticipated Oscar
    $600 23
A hybrid operating room has the table plus imaging technology like the CT & MRI types of these
    $600 6
"Self-Portrait on the Borderline Between Mexico and the United States" is a 1932 work by this woman
    $600 18
If a party invitation includes this 4-word phrase, it means to wear whatever you have on at the moment
    $600 3
"My beard turns up to heaven... a rich embroidery bedews my face from brush drops", the artist wrote about the painting of this
    $800 29
A post-WWII U.N. trust territory covered this "tiny" 2,000-island region, including the Marianas, Carolines & Marshalls
    $800 13
This director cruised to victory for "Born on the Fourth of July"
    $800 24
No smelly boilers in the engine room of a super this
    $800 8
This Seven Sisters school in Northampton, Mass. bears the last name of Sophia, whose bequest founded the college in 1871
    $800 19
Hyphenated word for an intermediary who conveys messages from one party to another
    $800 4
The 1st of Michelangelo's large statues that survive depicts a faun feeding on grapes held by this god
    $1000 30
John D. Rockefeller was only one of this notorious trust's 9 founding trustees
    DD: $1,000 14
There are more letters in "Life of Pi" than in his name
    $1000 25
An enlarger, a fixer tray & a safelight are items you'll need in this room
    $1000 9
These 70' pillars in New York & London do date to Ancient Egypt yet have no historic connection to the woman they are named for
    $1000 20
Tess of the d'Urbervilles was described as this, an old-timey word meaning good-looking
    $1000 5
The name of this great 1498-99 Michelangelo work is Italian for "compassion"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Amy Nancy Ged
$3,000 -$400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Nancy Ged
$9,200 -$600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
Dorothy Richardson's novel "Pilgrimage" uses this rambling style whose name begins with a type of waterway
    $400 21
The Righteous Brothers sang that "Rock And Roll" this place has a "hell of a band", including Otis & Janis
    $400 16
Has the most members in the U.S. House of Representatives, with 53 in the 117th Congress
    $400 4
In Xanadu (really Shangdu) did this man become emperor of the Mongols in 1260
    $400 10
Mystery writer Caleb Carr is the son of Lucien Carr, who helped launch this movement by introducing Ginsberg to Kerouac
    $400 22
Boat's going down? Try a plea to a WWII organization that was a forerunner of the CIA
    $800 12
Come as you are, pilgrims, & seek enlightenment at Mount Kailash, fabled realm of this Hindu destroyer deity
    $800 27
The band Sparks paid affectionate tribute to The Smiths' singer with "Lighten Up", him
    $800 17
Has the Sitka spruce as its official state tree
    $800 1
With the USSR crumbling, this Baltic nation in 1990 became the first Soviet republic to declare independence
    $800 9
Last name of Paul who wrote the novel "The Mosquito Coast" & his nephew, who starred in the 2021 TV adaptation
    $800 23
The congresswoman who introduced the Green New Deal--I must say her initials repetitively because I have my condition
    $1200 13
"Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" gives an example of this type of "hero" named for the poem's author
    $1200 28
Eminem referenced this singer & Nick Cannon on "Bagpipes From Baghdad"; Eminem is the subject of her song "Obsessed"
    DD: $4,000 18
Has a postal abbreviation consisting of 2 vowels
    DD: $4,000 2
In 1893 he went to South Africa to do some legal work; he stayed for 21 years to work for Indian rights
    $1200 8
Ocean Vuong, author of "On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous", got his name because the ocean touches the U.S. & this, his native country
    $1200 24
Someone who gives urgent lifesaving care on the New York City subway system
    $1600 14
This town where Saint Bernadette claimed to have had 18 visions of the Virgin Mary is a major pilgrimage site
    $1600 29
The title actress in this Kim Carnes song title was still with us in 1981 when the song came out
    $1600 19
Was where Diana Nyad completed her historic 53-hour effort in 2013
    $1600 3
As a result of his Munich conference with Hitler in 1938, this British leader promised, "Peace for our time"
    $1600 7
This New Yorker regular & bestselling author of "Talking to Strangers" co-hosts the "Revisionist History" podcast
    $1600 25
Mikhail Baryshnikov was its director & also a member of the Seoul-based singing group
    $2000 15
One could make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land like St. Helena, mother of this first Christian Roman emperor, did
    $2000 30
"I don't care what they say about us anyway", sang Weezer about looking like this title guy; the girl looked like Mary Tyler Moore
    $2000 20
Was the birthplace of Ronald Reagan & was the site of Ray Kroc's first McDonald's franchise
    $2000 5
In July 1776 he set sail from England aboard the Resolution in search of a Northwest Passage
    $2000 6
He covers people who create change with fresh thinking: about baseball in "Moneyball"; about medicine in 2021's "The Premonition"
    $2000 26
Inscription on the tombstone of a failed attempt to sell a new stock to the mass of investors

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Nancy Ged
$34,000 $1,400 $7,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1964 Berkeley alum Jack Weinberg, age 24, told a San Francisco chronicle reporter this now-famous "Don't"

Final scores:

Amy Nancy Ged
$50,000 $2,799 $4,200
7-day champion: $257,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Nancy Ged
$28,400 $1,400 $8,000
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
5 R,
3 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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Game tape date: 2021-10-04
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