Show #8644 - Thursday, May 19, 2022

Ryan Long game 5.

Contestants

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Julie Ann Crommett, a diversity and inclusion strategist from Atlanta, Georgia

Bradford Pearson, a journalist & author from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ryan Long, a rideshare driver from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 4-day cash winnings total $86,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

LIT BITS
ASIAN MUSEUMS
CONTAINERS
THE DRUGS OF HUMANITY
IT'S A WORD! IT'S A NAME!
BLOOPERMAN
    $200 28
Not to be confused department--left, Oscar winner William Goldman; right, this Nobel-winning William
    $200 30
Flagstaff House, an old Colonial building in Hong Kong, is now a museum devoted to this beverage & its accessories
    $200 29
In the late 1600s Rosalba Carriera became famous for painting miniatures on these boxes that held powdered tobacco
    $200 24
Lipitor lowers fat in the blood called triglycerides & knows if this lipid has been bad or good & helps make it good for goodness' sake
    $200 27
Baedeker became a generic word for this kind of book; publisher Karl was one of the first to use stars in his
    $200 8
"Smokey and the Bandit 2" credits saw Burt Reynolds trying to wrangle this animal to a Republican convention
    $400 1
In a classic book by Margery Williams, this title stuffed bunny is a Christmas gift
    $400 18
The Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan celebrates the work of Hayao Miyazaki, a visionary in this medium of film
    $400 26
The word etui is an old favorite in crossword puzzles, where its standard clue is a case for these sewing necessities
    $400 22
The bald facts--Minoxidil & tricho-prime technology help this product make the best of a hairy situation
    $400 25
British printer John Baskerville gave his last name to a popular one of these that uses serifs
    $400 7
Mila Kunis can't keep a straight face in a 2012 movie blooper when this actor tells the police that a guy took his teddy bear
    $600 2
This book introduced us to the Eloi & Morlocks
    $600 10
Described as a discovery museum, Museum Siam is one of the newest in this world capital
    $600 20
Ewan is a McGregor; this similar word is a wide-mouthed jug
    $600 12
What an adrenaline rush! This 11-letter hormone discovered in the late 1800s treats anaphylactic shock as it stimulates the heart
    $600 16
This "Thousand and One Nights" character gave his name to a type of paraffin lamp
    $600 4
In a blooper this late actor has trouble (even more than the character does) saying, "I am inspector Clouseau of the Sûreté"
    $800 3
Sylvia Plath penned a famous poem with this 5-letter title about a dead parent
    $800 9
Victoria Memorial Hall in this Indian city is named for a queen who would have spelled the city with a "C", not a "K"
    DD: $2,000 14
2 containers are in the name of this furniture store founded by Gordon & Carole Segal in 1962
    $800 11
The drug that spent the most in U.S. TV advertising in 2019 is Humira--$460 mil. wasted if you don't know it treats this joint condition
    $800 15
If a character in a British novel says, "I've dropped my Biro", she means one of these, after its inventor
    $800 5
Peter Cushing playing this "Grand" villain can't get his line right while confronting Princess Leia in "Star Wars"
    $1000 13
The surname of this Persian astronomer & poet means "tentmaker"
    $1000 23
Nepal's Namche Bazaar is home to a culture museum for these locals who help people get a peak experience
    $1000 19
The name of this urn is from Russian for "self-boil"
    $1000 21
In 1964 2 physicians developed a program to help with heroin, opium & morphine addiction with the aid of this drug
    $1000 17
A 17th century British hangman lent his name first to a gallows & then to this oil well structure used to hoist pipes
    $1000 6
While doing a take in "Rush Hour 2", this comic gets a real-life call from someone who asks to speak to Jackie Chan

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

Ryan Bradford Julie Ann
$8,600 -$600 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Bradford Julie Ann
$10,600 $2,600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE VICE PRESIDENT WHO SAID...
LET'S TAKE A WORLD TOUR
PHYSICS
WELCOME TO BRITAIN
TV PERSONALITIES
STARTS WITH "A" OR ENDS WITH "Z"
    $400 28
"I hope that by being a 'first', I inspire young people to pursue their dreams"
    $400 27
Heaviest of the parrots, the flightless kākāpō, of this Down Under island nation, can weigh up to nine pounds
    $400 24
This force that gets planes off the ground is created by the difference in velocity between a solid object & the fluid it moves in
    $400 29
This Seattle company's first site in London was at King's Road, Chelsea in 1998; don't worry, chaps, they also serve tea
    $400 5
She followed up judging "America's Next Top Model" by hosting "Dancing with the Stars"
    $400 10
It's paired with "glamour" in an alliterative phrase
    $800 20
After being sworn in as veep: "I am a" this last name, "not a Lincoln"
    $800 16
The name of this Scottish city is from Gaelic & means "green hollow"
    $800 23
This property is measured in becquerels; one Bq equals one disintegration of an unstable nucleus per second
    $800 21
British cavalry units helped popularize this game in Britain; by 1875 matches drew 10,000 watchers
    $800 4
Knives up for Padma Lakshmi, who's hosted this Bravo cooking competition since 2006
    $800 8
Get this Jewish crepe in my belly!
    DD: $1,400 14
"You win some, you lose some. And then there's that little-known third category... take it from me. Every vote counts"
    $1200 17
Uganda, Tanzania & Kenya all border this chief reservoir of the Nile River
    $1200 12
Obeying the second law of thermodynamics, heat that isn't used to do work goes to this, which sounds like it should have a faucet
    $1200 25
The first regular season NFL game played in Europe was in 2007 in this stadium that also hosted Live Aid
    $1200 2
A judge on "The Great British Baking Show", this man who sounds right at home in L.A. provides recipes for the BBC
    $1200 7
A general pardon for political offenses
    $1600 15
Fellow Hoosier "Bobby Knight told me this. He says there is nothing that a good defense cannot beat a better offense"
    $1600 18
This notorious island prison off the coast of French Guiana also once housed a leper colony
    $1600 11
Also called a light quantum, this particle now has -ics after it as the field of fancy light tech such as lasers
    $1600 26
These kangaroo relatives have become a British pest since escaping from Bedfordshire's Whipsnade Zoo
    $1600 1
Seen here, this former Saints quarterback was with Mike Tirico in the booth for the start of the 2022 NFL playoffs
    $1600 6
This 9-letter word describes anything with no definite form, such as a blob
    $2000 22
In a letter: "I am very apprehensive that a desperate anti-Federal Party, will provoke all Europe by their insolence"
    $2000 19
The tower seen here is 1,381 feet high, but reflecting the name of the Asian capital it's in, has just this 2-letter name
    $2000 13
The amplitude of a wave in physics is the distance from the center line to either of these two points also found on an ocean wave
    DD: $1,000 30
The Normans brought England this title of nobility, later the general term for the lords who fought King John & got Magna Carta done
    $2000 3
After "Bar Rescue", he tried his hand at "Marriage Rescue"
    $2000 9
This unit of frequency named for a German is equal to one cycle per second

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Bradford Julie Ann
$16,200 $9,600 $400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ANCIENT WORLD
New research suggests a device now called the Archimedes screw helped maintain this one of the 7 Wonders of the World

Final scores:

Ryan Bradford Julie Ann
$19,201 $0 $400
5-day champion: $105,801 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ryan Bradford Julie Ann
$15,000 $10,600 $1,800
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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Game tape date: 2022-03-01
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