Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! game #13 - Thursday, February 2, 2023

2022-2023 Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! final game.


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Ike Barinholtz, an actor from Chicago, Illinois

Patton Oswalt, a Grammy- and Emmy-award-winning comedian from Portsmouth, Virginia

Wil Wheaton, an actor from Burbank, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
When George S. Patton took over a brigade that lacked supplies, he bought them himself from this company & Roebuck
    $100 23
Since the early 20th century, Abraham Lincoln has been on the front of these 2 pieces of U.S. currency, one a coin & one, paper
    $100 30
To stop your car &
to fracture, hopefully while not stopping your car too fast
    $100 25
You've heard of Gandalf, one of these; Ursula K. Le Guin wrote of young Ged, a title one of "Earthsea"
    $100 27
Robin! To this iconic TV vehicle, a modified Lincoln Futura
    $100 20
Playing Alex Trebek hosting "Celebrity Jeopardy!", he noted, "Mr. Reynolds has apparently changed his name to Turd Ferguson"
    $200 13
Irving Berlin wrote Dwight Eisenhower's 1952 campaign song with this rhyming 3-word title, which became a popular slogan
    $200 22
If you have a yen for yen, you'll know the yen is this country's currency
    $200 29
Wheat finely ground into a powder &
a peony or petunia
    $200 24
Peter Beagle wrote of "The Last" this magical equine who lived alone "in a lilac wood"
    $200 26
Opened in 1863, the world's first subway system was in this European city where it's called "the Tube" today
    $200 19
After landing in a cloaked Klingon ship in Golden Gate Park in "Star Trek IV", this actor says, "Everybody remember where we parked"
    $300 10
Ike & Patton met in 1919 & bonded over a shared interest in these then-new vehicles that would prove vital a few decades later
    $300 15
The doubloons thrown from Mardi Gras floats are often aluminum; the original doubloon was a Spanish coin made of this metal
    $300 28
Granola or Count Chocula &
a story published in sections in consecutive issues of a magazine
    DD: $2,700 21
"The Mists of Avalon" focuses on women in this British king's legendary life, like Morgaine & Gwenhwyfar
    $300 18
In 1983 Sally Ride became the first U.S. woman in space, spending 6 days aboard one of these reusable spacecraft
    $300 11
In 2018 Willem Dafoe was all wet as Vulko, the trident-wielding trainer of this title superhero
    $400 8
As Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, Ike was in charge of the Normandy invasion code-named "Operation" this
    $400 14
It's no longer made up of 20 shillings, but it's still the unit of currency of Great Britain
    $400 17
Somewhat average or about adequate &
the price an airline charges for a ticket
    $400 5
In Neil Gaiman's "American Gods", Shadow crosses paths with Mr. Wednesday, who is actually this Norse deity
    $400 12
They're the special flat-bottom boats used in the canals of Venice
    $400 2
In 2020 Wil Lutz scored the first points in an NFL regular season game in this city for the visiting Saints against the Raiders
    $500 7
Driving across France in late 1944, Patton's Third Army turned & raced north to flatten this protrusion that gave a battle its name
    $500 9
This woman, a prominent U.S. suffragist, was on the U.S. dollar coin from 1979-1981
    $500 6
To enhance an outfit by adding something nice &
the expression of admiration you receive after you do that
    $500 4
"Dragonfly in Amber" is the sequel to this novel about Claire Randall traveling through time in Scotland
    $500 3
In 1783 when the Montgolfier brothers sent one of these aloft, the passengers were a duck, a sheep & a rooster
    $500 1
We got a kick out of watching William Zabka return to the dojo in the role of Johnny Lawrence on this Netflix show

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

Wil Patton Ike
$2,000 $1,400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wil Patton Ike
$2,800 $2,100 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Responses start with "D" and end in "F".)
    $200 30
On a clear day you can see for miles from the 102nd floor of this landmark completed in 1931 by brave people like the ones here
    $200 29
Letter No. 1 on your Greek hit parade, it precedes male, dog & Centauri
    $200 27
If you're always sitting on this, there's a limit to what you might accomplish
    $200 19
Made antisocial by his deafness, he would sit alone in the corner of a crowded tavern eating cheese & herring
    $200 26
The shepherd's tree of southern Africa doesn't look like much above ground, but these can go 230 feet down
    $200 28
In 1994, Disney invited theatergoers to "Be Our Guest" at this musical, Disney's first show to play on Broadway
    $400 24
Oh, baby! In space, with no gravity to keep solid & liquid food down as gas escapes your mouth, you can't do this 4-letter action
    $400 22
In 1941 this airline with a Greek letter for a name moved its headquarters to Atlanta
    $400 23
To remove a fedora or Homburg as a sign of respect
    $400 17
As a child in the 1850s, Antonin Dvorak was obsessed with these; his house in a Czech village was right near the station
    $400 25
Dept. of more than you needed to know: NYC has 7,400 miles of these pipes, most carrying a mix of wastewater & stormwater
    $400 14
One of the more recent additions to Disneyland is Galaxy's Edge, with rides & attractions inspired by this film franchise
    $600 11
These tall timepieces were named for a 19th-century song that said, "It stopp'd short--never to go again--When the old man died"
    $600 20
This letter got some bad publicity when it became a COVID variant first detected in South Africa in 2021
    $600 12
Referring to their relatively small size & low luminosity, the most common stars are the red this type
    DD: $8,600 16
Edvard Grieg had a lucky pig & one of these under-bridge-dwelling folklore creatures by his bed & always wished them good night
    $600 21
Analysis shows that a 700s B.C. altar excavated in Israel has traces of this psychoactive 3-letter compound found in cannabis
    $600 8
Walt Disney coined this acronym for the experimental prototype community he planned to build in Florida; it would open in 1982
    $800 10
Original last name of WWII navy corpsman William Stuart-Houston, who fled Germany & an infamous uncle
    $800 18
It's letter No. 3 in the Greek alphabet; the same-named "rays" hulked out Bruce Banner
    $800 6
To get information by asking a series of questions of someone after a completed mission or undertaking
    $800 13
Some composers wait for this, a great idea coming to them from the universe; Erik Satie said he got it from 10:23 to 11:47 each morning
    DD: $4,300 15
In 1900 an estimated 5 billion of these, not actual canines, lived in underground "towns" in the western United States
    $800 7
In 2006 Disney acquired this computer animation leader that it had first collaborated with on "Toy Story"
    $1000 9
We got the Beat! Here's the 120-foot scroll of paper that this writer used to type out 1957's "On the Road" in just 3 weeks
    $1000 5
It comes before 3 in a term for healthful fatty acids found in fish (the 6 type is found in meat, the 9 in almonds)
    $1000 4
This industrial city of about 650,000 on the Rhine River was first chartered in 1288
    $1000 3
This "Ring" cycle composer had a compulsion to wear pink silk or pink satin--maybe because of a skin condition, & maybe not
    $1000 2
This city on Puget Sound was largely destroyed by fire in 1889; you can tour the original site under the rebuilt downtown
    $1000 1
November 18, 1928 is considered Mickey Mouse's birthday; it's the date he debuted onscreen in this cartoon as a mischievous deckhand

Scores at the Double Jeopardy! Round commercial break (after clue 15):

Wil Patton Ike
$7,000 $8,600 $11,000

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wil Patton Ike
$7,600 $20,000 $12,200

Triple Jeopardy! Round

(James Holzhauer: I'm James Holzhauer with clues about gambling including the times it's not smart to go [mimes pushing chips forward] all in.)
    $300 30
Something you are getting close to is just "around" this 4-letter twisty part of a river
    $300 19
His given name was Mohandas but he also was known as Mahatma, or "great soul"
    $300 29
After you donate blood, this org. says no heavy exercising & "enjoy the feeling of knowing you have helped save lives!"
    $300 27
An old video game is called Cleopatra, Queen of this, & yes, it is just a river in Africa
    $300 24
For the Weather Girls in 1982, it was raining these, "tall, blond, dark & lean"
    $300 23
(James Holzhauer presents the clue.) Before I school these guys in poker, I have to put down this small bet prior to seeing cards; its name is from the Latin for "before"
    $600 25
Almost there! You're "in" this, as they say, like Chicago's Wrigley or Boston's Fenway
    $600 18
This jazz great nicknamed "Satchmo" has an airport named for him serving New Orleans
    $600 28
This waxy substance attaches to LDLs, low-density lipoproteins, to build unwanted deposits in blood vessels; watch it!
    $600 26
Reports of a "monster" inhabiting this Scottish lake go back to at least the 6th century; so far, it has eluded sonar detection
    $600 21
Here's a thoughtful offer from Rihanna: "Now that it's raining more than ever... you can stand under my" this
    $600 22
(James Holzhauer presents the clue.) In gambling glossaries, a "ballerina special" in craps is this roll that sounds like a item of clothing a ballerina wears
    $900 20
Expectorating is a fancy way to say this, involving a bodily fluid; if you're within its "distance", you're close to your target
    DD: $16,700 7
For leading scores of enslaved people to freedom via the Underground Railroad, she was nicknamed the "Moses of her people"
    $900 12
As well as 8 arms, this creature in a genus of the same name has 3 hearts to pump its blue blood
    DD: $10,000 17
On the border of Peru & Bolivia, the always fun to say Lake Titicaca lies 12,500 feet above sea level in these mountains
    $900 11
Ariana Grande & this lady topped the charts in 2020 with the duet "Rain On Me"
    $900 15
(James Holzhauer presents the clue.) A popular variant of Texas hold 'em poker in casinos is this one named for a Nebraska city; you start with 4 cards instead of 2
    DD: $13,000 13
Doctor Strange tells Tony Stark, "we're in" this "now", a term for the final stage of a chess contest; so are you
    $1200 4
In power from 1985-1991, this last leader of the Soviet Union passed away in 2022 at age 91
    $1200 8 says this blood disease occurs most often in adults over 55 but is also the most common cancer in kids younger than 15
    $1200 16
Johann Strauss II wrote a famous waltz about this "Beautiful Blue" river that flows through Europe
    $1200 10
"Here Comes The Rain Again" was a big 1980s hit for Annie Lennox & Dave Stewart, this duo
    $1200 14
(James Holzhauer presents the clue.) If you want a chance at big cash, try a slot machine with one of these 11-letter jackpots that builds over time until someone wins it all
    $1500 5
Grooms are said to carry newlywed brides over this entrance to a home; you're at one now figuratively with regard to winning
    $1500 3
This Polish-born French physicist was not only famous for her research on radioactivity, she also coined the term
    $1500 6
It's got glucose, it has proteins to help blood to clot & this liquid makes up about half of the content of the blood
    $1500 9
On the border between Europe & Asia, this "sea" is actually the world's largest lake
    $1500 2
His classic album "Red Headed Stranger" includes 1975's "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain", the first of his 20 No. 1 country hits
    $1500 1
(James Holzhauer presents the clue.) In "Dr. No", Bond, James Bond, plays chemin de fer, a variant of this game we play in U.S. casinos, often for high stakes

Scores at the end of the Triple Jeopardy! Round:

Wil Patton Ike
$11,500 $36,000 $50,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Despite how he's known, he was probably actually born in Anchiano, near Florence

Final scores:

Wil Patton Ike
$23,000 $72,000 $72,001
3rd place: $100,000 to the National Women’s Law Center 2nd place: $250,000 to Alice's Kids Winner: $1,000,000 to Pacific Clinics' Hollygrove + a trophy

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Wil Patton Ike
$11,500 $12,700 $22,700
20 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
41 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $46,900

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Game tape date: 2022-12-11
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