Show #8570 - Friday, February 4, 2022


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Molly Mastantuono, a director of university communications from Natick, Massachusetts

Sara Lefort, a third grade teacher from San Jose, California

Emma Saltzberg, a consultant from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: These are words that start with a vowel, but don't take the article "an".)
    $200 11
At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, the "Street in Cairo" exhibit helped introduce this exotic dancing to America
    $200 1
The pachyderms include this mammal whose skin secretes a moistening reddish fluid, which led folks to believe it sweated blood
    $200 6
The last time it was used for its original purpose was to celebrate George Washington's birthday in 1846
    $200 25
A distinctive outfit worn by members of a profession
    $200 16
In the names of California cities, this Spanish word precedes Cordova, Cucamonga & Mirage
    $200 21
This union that began with a 1935 meeting at King Vidor's house, covers Hollywood stage managers like our very own Jimmy McGuire
    $400 12
Curiously, not the Charleston but the shag is this state's official state dance
    $400 2
Unlike other vertebrates, in mammals this bone is hinged directly to the skull
    $400 7
Idiomatically, "whistling past" this place means putting on a brave face when one is scared
    $400 26
From Latin for "praise", it's a laudatory speech for the departed
    $400 17
This capital is about 160 miles north of Vilnius & 160 miles south of Tallinn
    $400 22
The iconic role of the stage manager in "Our Town" brought late-in-life Emmy & Tony nominations for this acting legend
    $600 13
One of the 2 dances that signify a letter in the NATO phonetic alphabet
    $600 3
Most mammals are either placental or these, like the bandicoot
    $600 8
In politics of days past, it was a fast-moving tour that kept the candidate on a train
    $600 27
The parent of a lamb
    $600 18
With a metro area of more than 13 million, this city is the world's biggest "R" town
    $600 23
A TV stage manager needs to be aware of the responsibilities of all crew members, like the head electrician, also called by this word
    $800 14
This lively music & its accompanying dance have a name from Czech
    $800 4
Mammals believed to be monogamous include beavers, wolves & the dik-dik, a tiny variety of this African animal
    $800 9
You'll get some applause if you know that this is the name for the tongue inside a bell that makes it ring
    $800 28
Strumming this instrument, Einer Bankz has teamed up with hip-hop artists like Chance the Rapper
    DD: $1,400 19
On the 18th of April, 1871, the former North Chelsea, Mass. celebrated this new name with a reading of a Longfellow poem
    $800 24
Broadway actor Michael Barra plays a stage manager in this 2017 movie about P.T. Barnum
    $1000 15
This 2-word dance promoted by Rufus Thomas in a 1970 hit involves "flapping" your arms
    $1000 5
In mammals this muscle that aids in respiration separates the heart & the lungs from the abdominal cavity
    $1000 10
Heard here, orchestral chimes are also called these shapely bells
    $1000 29
This mystical spelling device began as a part of the spiritualism movement
    $1000 20
Monet made a series of paintings of this French city's Gothic cathedral
    $1000 30
One job of a Broadway stage manager is rehearsing understudies for their big break; this understudy got hers in 1954

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

Emma Sara Molly
$2,000 $3,600 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Sara Molly
$5,200 $3,800 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
A Ken Kesey chronicle

    $400 16
3 years before his own fatal duel, his son Philip died in another affair of honor a few miles away, using the same guns
    $400 26
It was a nearly impossible mission when he played a vicious killer in "Collateral"
    $400 11
This world-famous "Beach" is actually a number of smaller beaches, including Kuhio & Kahanamoku
    $400 1
Published in 2021, his first novel "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is based on his film
    $400 6
On Jan. 20, 2009 this fuel began to move again from Russia to a shivering Europe after a Russo-Ukrainian dispute
    $800 21
This musical about Huck & Jim made safe passage to Broadway

    DD: $5,000 17
His only legitimate heir, a son with Empress Marie-Louise, died in 1832 of tuberculosis
    $800 27
In "Battle of the Sexes", Steve Carell won zero love playing this misogynistic tennis star
    $800 12
It is estimated that 4% of the sand on beaches in this French region is broken-down shrapnel from D-Day
    $800 2
This author best remembered for writing about his own "Roots" also co-authored "The Autobiography of Malcolm X"
    $800 7
Shh! We're in the Monastery of the Caves, founded in the 11th century by St. Anthony & St. Theodosius in this capital
    $1200 22
Vanish, or a 1970s movie comedy

    $1200 18
An actress & dancer, Winston Churchill's daughter Sarah played this man's love interest in the 1951 musical "Royal Wedding"
    $1200 28
Notoriously virtuous Matt Damon said "Arrivederci!" to several victims as this "Talented" guy in a 1999 film
    $1200 13
Unlike seals, these beach lovers have external ears & can walk on their hind flippers
    $1200 3
She set her 1927 novel "To the Lighthouse" on the Isle of Skye
    $1200 8
About 2 million people live on this 10,000-square-mile peninsula historically part of Ukraine
    $1600 23
A V.C. Andrews novel or a Schubert work

    $1600 19
This couple had 2 daughters: Ève, a diplomat, journalist & pianist & Irène, a chemist
    $1600 29
This actor who played Atticus Finch later portrayed Josef Mengele in "The Boys from Brazil"
    $1600 14
Donn Beach named his pioneering tiki bar Don the this, a person who searches for shells & things
    $1600 4
"The Wolf Gift", book 1 in her "Wolf Gift Chronicles", deals with the making of a werewolf, not a vampire
    $1600 9
Viktor Yushchenko, seen before & after dioxin poisoning, came to presidential power during this colorful revolution in 2005
    $2000 24
A disaster film that could have been called "The Big Chill"

    $2000 25
Later known as Lana Peters, his daughter Svetlana defected to the U.S. in 1967 & became a U.S. citizen
    $2000 30
Morgan Freeman ends up being the kidnapper in this film directed by Ben Affleck
    $2000 15
During the Vietnam War, U.S. soldiers helped make this country's Pattaya Beach a popular getaway destination
    DD: $2,000 5
Bill O'Reilly subtitled this 2012 alliterative bestseller "The End of Camelot"
    $2000 10
The western end of this "A"-for-effort sea off Ukraine is called the "Putrid Sea" for its nasty-smelling marshes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Sara Molly
$24,600 $4,200 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror utilizes technology developed by this company founded in 1853

Final scores:

Emma Sara Molly
$17,200 $7,200 $2,399
3-day champion: $54,199 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emma Sara Molly
$19,800 $4,200 $7,400
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
7 W
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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Game tape date: 2021-11-29
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