Show #8546 - Monday, January 3, 2022

Amy Schneider game 24.

Contestants

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Kate Woomer-Deters, a legal services attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina

Harsh Daga, an analyst from Brooklyn, New York

Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California (whose 23-day cash winnings total $855,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

BILLBOARD TOP 200 ALBUMS IN 2021
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
PLACE YOUR FAST FOOD ORDER
(Ken: You have to name the restaurant you're at.)
DEADLY SINS, ELSEWHERE
AMERICAN POETRY
I'LL "PUNCH" YOU
    $200 1
In 2021 his "Certified Lover Boy" was certified a No. 1 album
    $200 12
Saudi Arabia has the longest coastline of any country on this sea, about 1,100 miles
    $200 28
A Mocha Frappé & a Filet-O-Fish
    $200 22
A lot more than one lawn care service across the U.S. & Canada is called "Green with" this
    $200 29
James Merrill's "The Changing Light at Sandover" is conversations he had with the spirit world using one of these boards
    $200 30
3-word phrase meaning to do regular work at regular hours, maybe a little too regular
    $400 2
This rapper lived up to his name as "the Creator" of "Call Me If You Get Lost"
    $400 11
Sunda Kelapa & Batavia are former names of this most populous city in Indonesia
    $400 27
A drumstick & thigh Fill Up Meal & some Extra Crispy tenders
    $400 23
In "Wall Street", Michael Douglas informed us that this, "for lack of a better word, is good"
    $400 14
His 1865 poem "O Captain! My Captain!" paid homage to President Lincoln, "fallen cold and dead"
    $400 13
Hotels in St. Louis & in Charleston, South Carolina have been credited with giving this rum drink its name
    $600 3
She got a license to drive to No. 1 with "Sour"
    DD: $1,000 7
Named for a monarch, this landmark is found on the border between Zambia & Zimbabwe
    $600 6
A Meatball Marinara footlong & an Italian B.M.T. Melt
    $600 24
Really leaning into its name, the average this animal travels about 40 yards per day
    $600 18
In a Marianne Moore poem, "the lost battalion's gallant bird" is one of these title message carriers
    $600 15
It's what you say now & is even on the car company's website; striking another contestant not required
    $800 4
This R&B w.o.m.a.n. was far from the "Back of My Mind" & close to the top of the chart
    $800 8
Traveling south from Ghent in this country, St. Ghislain awaits
    $800 10
Black Pepper Angus Steak & some Beijing Beef
    $800 25
U2 honored Martin Luther King, singing, "Free at last, they took your life, they could not take your" this
    $800 19
In 1987 Gwendolyn Brooks wrote "Winnie" about this South African woman
    $800 16
The punch in this expression meaning absolutely delighted is Judy's husband
    $1000 5
"The Best of" this Canadian band, "Volume 1" included "Rockstar", "How You Remind Me" & 17 other songs
    $1000 9
In October 1869 Nova Scotia recorded a 54-foot tide at Burntcoat Head in this bay
    $1000 21
A Chalupa Supreme & Nachos Bellgrande
    $1000 26
In a Playboy interview, Jimmy Carter said, "I've looked on a lot of women with" this & "committed adultery in my heart"
    $1000 20
Ezra Pound & H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) were leaders of this "ism" in which poems create precise visual pictures
    $1000 17
To accomplish more than seemed likely based on one's abilities

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

Amy Harsh Kate
$4,800 $1,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Harsh Kate
$11,800 $1,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY PLAYS
SUBTITLES
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
ON THE POLITICAL SPECTRUM
1950s TELEVISION
BE VERY QUIET
    $400 4
Dame Sybil Thorndike was truly a lady made for burning: she played this saintly G.B. Shaw heroine more than 2,000 times on stage
    $400 30
"Angel of the Slums": a biography about this sainted nun
    $400 8
The field of celestial mechanics studies the motions of heavenly bodies, principally under the influence of this force
    $400 1
Ecological wisdom is one of the "Ten Key Values" of this U.S. political party
    $400 29
On a family sitcom set in suburbia, it was the last name of brothers Wally & Theodore, who was better known by a nickname
    $400 25
This 4-letter quiet is what "falls over the crowd"
    $800 5
Shimon Peres is a character in this J.T. Rogers play, named for a Scandinavian capital & its 1993 peace accords
    DD: $2,000 6
"I Want to Believe":
the 2008 film sequel based on this TV show
    $800 19
Quantum physics explains why these negative particles don't lose energy & crash into a positively charged nucleus
    $800 2
This colorful banner, title of a song to the tune of "O Tannenbaum", has symbolized socialism & communism for 150 years
    $800 28
Practice made perfect for Raymond Burr, seen here around the time he began playing this defense lawyer
    $800 24
It's the quiet part of a storm; it's also the first syllable of a quiet song that is meant to induce sleep
    DD: $2,000 7
In 1934 December was an apt month for the Broadway opening of a play about this Penn. place where George Washington was tested
    $1200 15
No worries, "Lion King 3" has this song as its subtitle
    $1200 20
Not just the ocean but the solid Earth itself experiences these twice a day, with a maximum amplitude of about 12 inches
    $1200 3
Winston Churchill's best female friend, Violet Bonham Carter was the first woman pres. of this party, the opposite of Winston's
    $1200 23
Nov. 7, 1954 was the premiere date for this show, CBS' answer to "Meet the Press"
    $1200 13
With a peaceful 4-letter word in the middle, this word in the title of the painting describes the state of the ships
    $1600 9
In Shakespeare's take on the life of this monarch who died in 1216, he is fatally poisoned by a monk
    $1600 16
"The town of Titipu": this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta
    $1600 21
A famous 17th c. experiment used a bell inside a jar in which this had been created to prove that air was needed to transmit sound
    $1600 11
Founded in 1795 the Protestant group called this order holds several parades annually in Northern Ireland
    $1600 26
On radio, this soap opera was all about a minister, but he had been written out when it began a 57-year TV run in 1952
    $1600 14
When Venice was a republic, its nickname said it was the most this, a 6-letter calm synonym with all "E"s
    $2000 10
This creator of "The Crown" also depicts Elizabeth II onstage, as when she meets with her prime ministers in "The Audience"
    $2000 17
"Mad About the Boy": Helen Fielding's third novel about her
    $2000 22
American physicist Willard F. Libby developed the method of dating artifacts via the decay of this isotope of carbon
    $2000 12
In Israel's Sept. 2019 election, this alliance named for the colors of the country's flag won the most seats
    $2000 27
Upscale dramas on "Playhouse 90" included this one about ill-fated boxer Mountain McClintock
    $2000 18
Often used of agreements & approvals, this silent word begins & ends with the same letter

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Harsh Kate
$31,000 $3,200 $8,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SCULPTORS
Los Angeles artist George Stanley sculpted this, first handed out at a private banquet on May 16, 1929

Final scores:

Amy Harsh Kate
$42,000 $6,200 $9,000
24-day champion: $897,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Harsh Kate
$31,000 $4,400 $7,600
35 R,
1 W
5 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $43,000

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Game tape date: 2021-11-01
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