Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! game #3 - Sunday, October 9, 2022

2022-2023 Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 3.


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Jalen Rose, a basketball star from Detroit, Michigan

Ike Barinholtz, an actor from Chicago, Illinois

Constance Wu, an actor from Richmond, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

(Constance: Wait!)
(Mayim: Each response comes slightly after "party" in the dictionary.)
    $100 1
250,000 people a day commute through this terminal at Park Ave. & 42nd St.; the "Station" is where you get the subway down below
    $100 26
"Cinder" by Marissa Meyer is about a cyborg version of this fairy-tale girl
    $100 2
In 2020 a rare blue this was rescued from becoming dinner at the chain restaurant Red this, & sent to a zoo
    $100 3
The Prime Video series "A League of Their Own" recreates the 1940s AAGPBL, the All-American Girls Professional this League
    $100 8
In 1969, 108-year-old Vassar College began admitting these people, "sensitive & humble" ones
    $100 17
Okay, how about this highly seasoned smoked beef on rye, with cole slaw & fries on the side
    $200 22
Terminal 1 at this Chicago airport mainly serves Chicago-based United Airlines
    $200 27
Genetically re-created dinosaurs run amok on an island in this 1990 Michael Crichton novel
    $200 13
Time to break out some PBR, this beer brand that briefly branched out into hard coffee
    $200 4
"We got next" was the slogan of this league when it debuted in 1997 with stars like Lisa Leslie & Rebecca Lobo
    $200 9
A symbolic starting point for N. Calif. is on highway 99 north of Fresno--this 4-letter tree stands just north of a palm tree
    $200 18
You are... not the father! Or maybe you are! Time to take this "test" that determines biological dad-ness
    $300 23
"I was on a Paris train, I emerged in London rain /
And you were waiting there," at St. Pancras, from 1876, in the age of this queen
    $300 28
Jules Verne's "From the Earth to" this heavenly body doesn't actually depict the journey; that's in the sequel
    $300 14
These turn blue & become munchable for arcade hero Pac-Man after he eats a power pellet; scary!
    $300 5
This league was created as part of the successful bid to bring the 1994 World Cup to the United States
    $300 10
Seen here is this famous Wyoming landmark named for its regular eruptions
    $300 19
Mongo only this least valuable chess piece in game of life
    $400 24
This Turkish city's airport claims the world's biggest terminal building, sprawling over 15.5 million square feet
    $400 29
Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" became this movie with Harrison Ford as a hunter of Replicants
    $400 15
Known as the little blue pill, it's been suggested audaciously that some men might use it for recreation, not procreation
    $400 6
It was founded in Daytona Beach in 1948 to organize races for "stock" or production line cars
    $400 11
Yankee magazine says this New England state is known for chowder, old money & being the home of TV's Gilmore girls
    $400 20
Black's Law Dictionary says a "crime of" this is "committed in the heat of an emotionally charged moment"
    $500 25
You'll wanna buy a snack in the Civitavecchia ferry terminal for the 6-hour ride to this Italian island northwest of Sicily
    $500 30
Like this author, Lord Dorwin in his "Foundation" series has an impressive pair of sideburns
    DD: $200 16
In 1924 this American composer wrote "Rhapsody In Blue" in about 5 weeks to beat a deadline
    $500 7
The Montreal Alouettes & the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are among the teams competing for the Grey Cup in this league
    $500 12
This Tennessee city is famous as one of the birthplaces of the blues & as the home of barbecue spaghetti
    $500 21
Idiomatically, when you "put someone out to" this, you're making them retire but not forcing them to graze there for food

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

Constance Ike Jalen
-$1,000 $1,800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Constance Ike Jalen
-$800 $3,700 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: You'll find "U-S" in each response.)
    $200 6
This general & statesman became dictator in 46 B.C. but was assassinated on the ides of March by Brutus & others
    $200 16
Including the pole vault & hurdles, the athletic contest known as the decathlon comprises this many track & field events
    $200 21
If you've got hemophobia, the fear of this, it's unlikely that you're a surgeon... or a vampire
    $200 1
This "Star Wars" princess wrote "Wishful Drinking", based on her one-woman show
    $200 26
Giddyup, this constellation named for a mythical flying horse; a supernova was seen in a spiral galaxy there in 2014
    $200 11
The buildings & grounds of a college
    $400 7
4-letter word for the loose-fitting outer garment made from a single piece of cloth
    $400 17
In 1971 the age to vote in U.S. elections was lowered to this
    $400 22
Might want to skip that interview for a job on a ranch if you've got equinophobia, a fear of these
    $400 2
"Bossypants" by this comedy actress & writer has sold more than 1 million copies
    $400 27
Polaris, also called this "directional" name--we'll save you from coming up with Alpha Ursae Minoris --is really a triple star system
    $400 12
A big demolition bomb, or a onetime movie rental chain that still has a store in Bend, Oregon
    $600 8
The poet Horace wrote "Carpe diem", meaning this; his quote continues on to say not to trust tomorrow
    $600 18
A bar mitzvah is traditionally celebrated when a Jewish boy has reached this age
    $600 23
Many people have arachnophobia, a fear of these critters
    $600 3
"Wildflower" is a memoir by this talk show host & "50 First Dates" star
    $600 28
This dog star--we'll save you from coming up with Alpha Canis Majoris--is about 25 times as luminous as our Sun
    $600 13
The name of this Bible book is from the Greek for "a going out"
    DD: $2,500 9
Also known as the Flavian Amphitheater, this large arena could seat 50,000 spectators
    $800 19
Like the individual cells in a beehive honeycomb, a hexagon is a figure with this many sides
    DD: $4,400 24
This phobia is the medical term for a fear of confined spaces such as elevators
    $800 4
This actress' memoir "Troublemaker" is subtitled "Surviving Scientology & Hollywood"
    $800 29
September babies like William Howard Taft & Beyonce were born under the sign of this largest constellation of the zodiac
    $800 14
Wrap your ears around this corn covering
    $1000 10
In the 70s B.C. this gladiator led a slave revolt; Kirk Douglas played him on film
    $1000 20
In a story written by Washington Irving, Rip Van Winkle drinks a magic liquor & then falls asleep for this many years
    $1000 25
This phobia is a fear of strangers or foreigners
    $1000 5
This movie star wrote the sort-of-memoir "My Way of Life"; her adopted daughter painted a different picture in "Mommie Dearest"
    $1000 30
Time to use all your heads & hail this huge constellation that includes the Ghost of Jupiter nebula seen here
    $1000 15
You can always count on us to provide a picture of this ancient math device

Scores at the Double Jeopardy! Round commercial break (after clue 16):

Constance Ike Jalen
$1,000 $12,800 $500

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Constance Ike Jalen
$200 $21,600 $500

Triple Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: I'm Ken Jennings. In 2004, I suddenly found out what a long run on TV is like, and I'll have clues about some other famous ones.)
    $300 7
In its 625 pages, James Michener's opus about this neighbor nation of the U.S. weaves in bullfighting & the Spanish conquest
    $300 1
Won't you be my this, the name of the patron saint of lovers?
    $300 21
Strolling through New Orleans' City Park, you can see the oldest grove of the "live" type of this 3-letter tree
    $300 12
Actually brewed more like a beer, this Japanese "rice wine" is about 15% alcohol & often drunk warm
    $300 26
A.I. for short, this was the subject of the first book Amazon ever sold, about computer models of thought
    $300 2
(Ken delivers the clue.) Sometimes you become part of a show that's well into its history, like me & like this Muppet, who first appeared on "Sesame Street" in 1980 in the song "We Are All Monsters"
    $600 8
A biography subtitled "Her True Story" is journalist Andrew Morton's look at this princess
    $600 17
This word of affection opens many a letter; you'd rather not get the kind addressed to John, though
    $600 22
Dedicated to John Lennon, the "Imagine" mosaic in Central Park is in this area whose name honors a "fruity" Beatles song
    $600 13
This word for a Swedish-style buffet comes from words meaning "butter" & "table"
    $600 27
The first episode of Mark Ronson's TV show "Watch the Sound" explores this technology that corrects a singer's pitch
    $600 3
(Ken delivers the clue.) Starting in 1954, it's been Allen, Parr, Carson, Leno, O'Brien & now this funny guy behind the desk on "The Tonight Show"
    DD: $3,200 9
"The Pelican Brief", a 1992 thriller by this author, became a movie starring Denzel Washington & Julia Roberts
    $900 18
An old song goes, "Oh my" this, "oh my" this, "oh my" this "Clementine"
    DD: $2,400 23
The Japanese Tea Garden is a lovely feature of this San Francisco park that shares its name with a nearby bridge
    $900 14
Dom Perignon was a Benedictine monk whose name is on bottles of this potent potable
    DD: $11,500 28
The incarnation of a Hindu deity, or the incarnation of you for virtual interaction
    $900 4
(Ken delivers the clue.) As Hawkeye Pierce, this actor helped save the Korean War wounded for 11 seasons, 8 years longer than the actual war
    $1200 10
This Terry McMillan bestseller centers on 4 African-American women living in Phoenix & their challenges with men & life
    $1200 19
A traditional wedding vow says, "For richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to" do this
    $1200 24
Each year, musicians flock to Zilker Park in this Texas capital to partake in its "City Limits"
    $1200 15
"Mastering the Art of French Cooking" is the 1961 book that launched this chef's career
    $1200 29
Since 2019 a feature called Autopilot has been standard on new cars from this company such as Model S & Model 3
    $1200 5
(Ken delivers the clue.) As Olivia Benson on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", this actress has been busting heinous criminals for well over 20 seasons
    $1500 11
There are men, women & planets in the title of this John Gray bestseller about relationships
    $1500 20
To carry one of these flaming things means to be in love, perhaps with an ex
    $1500 25
Griffith Park in L.A. is home to one of these scientific places for stargazing (the kind in the sky, not the celebs)
    $1500 16
If you order fried squid as an appetizer, it will likely be served under this name
    $1500 30
The Ecobee3 Lite is a smart this for your home that will definitely not let a teenage Moldavian hacker cook you alive
    $1500 6
(Ken delivers the clue.) 2 jobs with security are police officer & soap opera actor; Doug Davidson was both, playing Paul Williams of the Genoa City PD on this show on which he was a regular for 42 years

Scores at the end of the Triple Jeopardy! Round:

Constance Ike Jalen
$23,000 $37,200 -$1,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A New York Times headline about this disaster included "866 rescued" & "noted names missing"

Final scores:

Constance Ike Jalen
$0 $46,001 $0
2nd place: $30,000 to the Asian Mental Health Collective - Lotus Therapy Fund Winner: semifinalist 3rd place: $30,000 to Operation Graduation

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Constance Ike Jalen
$10,100 $30,400 -$1,100
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
51 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
4 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2022-09-11
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