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Hilarious term for the wrinkles seen here
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Show #8539 - Thursday, December 23, 2021

Amy Schneider game 17.

Contestants

Andrew Tyler, an orthopedic surgeon from Friendswood, Texas

Kelly Hartman, a retired librarian from Powell, Ohio

Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California (16-day champion whose cash winnings total $631,400)

Jeopardy! Round

SEASONINGS GREETINGS
NATIONAL NATURAL LANDMARKS
FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST
THOMAS HOBBES
NASTY, BRITISH
"SHORT"
    $200 30
A garnish on deviled eggs, this colorful spice is made from dried & ground sweet red peppers
    $200 29
Nearly 600 sites are designated National Natural Landmarks, like the Barringer Meteor this in Arizona, the USA's largest impact one
    $200 14
If the president & veep can no longer serve, this person becomes president
    $200 1
Hobbes said life was "nasty, brutish, & short" in a state of this, which doesn't just mean battles but "every man against every man"
    $200 28
Known to connive on this BBC series, Robert James-Collier's Thomas the butler broke good in the 2019 film
    $200 9
Though it can be an honest mistake at the cash register, this verb also means to cheat
    $400 22
Cilantro & this other "C"-soning both come from the same plant, but at different stages in its life cycle
    $400 23
There are more than 1,000 fossil footprints of these creatures in the Connecticut state park named for them
    $400 15
At 81, he was the oldest delegate to the Constitutional Convention
    $400 5
Hobbes was an Erastian, meaning that in the tension between these 2 social entities, the first is subordinate to the second
    $400 27
Though Peter Cushing died in 1994, he digitally menaced again, playing Grand Moff Tarkin in this 2016 "Star Wars Story"
    $400 10
Coffee shops employ these professionals who quickly make things like sandwiches & eggs
    $600 21
It sounds like it's being pondered over, but it's just heated wine or cider with seasonings like star anise & cloves added to the mix
    DD: $4,000 24
With 36, this state has the most NNLs, including Rancho La Brea & the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
    $600 18
This 3-word separation of power keeps each branch of government from gaining too much over the others
    $600 6
Hobbes was fascinated by how people gather for mutual benefit into this "body", also called civil society
    $600 4
This Brit has played bad guys like Stringer Bell on "The Wire" & lent his voice to meanies like Shere Khan on film
    $600 11
Luis Aparicio & Barry Larkin are hall of famers who played this position
    $800 17
This geographic name for the seasoning seen here is on shaky ground, as it actually comes from hills in Punjab
    $800 25
This "gem" of Hawaii was designated in 1968
    $800 19
Since 1789, there have been this many amendments to the Constitution
    $800 7
Hobbes used a biblical beast title in "Behemoth" & in this, his most famous work
    $800 2
Actor Tobias Menzies says Black Jack Randall in this time-traveling TV show is a sadist & character Jamie would agree
    $800 12
An ad for Nair asked, "Who wears" these?
    $1000 16
It can take thousands of crocus stigmas to make even a small amount of this golden seasoning used in paella
    $1000 26
Missouri has plenty of these, including Mark Twain, a maze type & Marvel, with dripstones
    $1000 20
These "Northern" islands in the Pacific are a U.S. territory
    $1000 8
Hobbes corresponded about this science of light with Descartes, who said Hobbes was "childish and ridiculous"
    $1000 3
Crowbar-wielding Richard Hillman gave chills on "Corrie", aka this perennial British soap opera
    $1000 13
These 4 words begin a Hemingway title that concludes "of Francis Macomber"

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

Amy Kelly Andrew
$6,400 $1,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Kelly Andrew
$14,400 $4,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THAT'S QUITE A COUP
BUILT IN THE 1800s
FIRST AMONG SEQUELS
ANIMALS IN CHILDREN'S BOOKS
(Ken: You'll tell us what kind of animal each one is.)
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
5,5
(Ken: Each correct response will consist of two words of five letters each.)
    $400 30
He overthrew the Directory on November 9 (or 18 Brumaire), 1799
    $400 29
Built for this city's Great Exhibition of 1851, the Crystal Palace saw some 6 million visitors on its 19 acres
    $400 28
"Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" was the sequel to this outstanding movie
    $400 1
Ferdinand, who likes to sit & smell the flowers
    $400 20
This Apple video chat app comes with every iPhone sold in the United States
    $400 15
A kid could make money with this, which allowed people to get their morning news
    $800 11
Ankara & Istanbul War College students took part in a 1960 coup that put General Cemal Gürsel in charge in this country
    $800 7
While president in 1806, he began construction of his octagonal house at his retreat, Poplar Forest
    $800 25
This Oscar-winning actor was back on the beat as New York cop Popeye Doyle in "French Connection II"
    $800 2
Based on a TV show here & abroad:
Peppa
    $800 21
Good manners, or the kind of airport phone you can use to reach Avis
    $800 16
Hilarious term for the wrinkles seen here
    $1200 12
A 1932 coup forced Prajadhipok, king of this then 4-letter country, to grant a Constitution
    $1200 8
Named for a biblical threesome, this Boston church features stained glass from the Pre-Raphaelite William Morris
    $1200 6
In this 1986 film Lance Henriksen as the robotic android known as Bishop shows off his knife skills
    $1200 3
Stellaluna, who becomes separated from her mother
    $1200 22
The custom-molded ITC or "in-the-canal" is a type of this, helpful for many older adults
    $1200 17
Thought originally to be a tailoring idiom, a story said to be "cut out of" this is untrue
    $1600 13
A February 2021 coup deposed this Nobel Peace Prize winner seen here
    $1600 9
King Ludwig was a patron of Wagner, so this castle of his featured murals of Lohengrin & Parsifal
    $1600 26
Logically, George Romero followed up "Night of the Living Dead" with this 1978 sequel
    $1600 4
In an E.B. White novel, Louis, who "came into the world, lacking a voice"
    $1600 23
As its name indicates, this device on a satellite responds to a signal, sending it out again on another frequency
    DD: $4,000 18
A 1974 U.S. law mandated a national one of these, intended to improve fuel efficiency
    $2000 14
In 1965 this one-named general put down a coup in Indonesia & then seized power for himself
    DD: $4,000 10
A meeting place for the Bundestag, it was completed in 1894 & dramatically torched in 1933
    $2000 27
Vin Diesel skipped this speedy 2003 sequel that tells you twice it's the second in the series
    $2000 5
Inspiring a recent movie, "The One and Only Ivan"
    $2000 24
In the 1950s Sarkis Acopian invented the solar-powered one of these devices, still good to have for emergencies
    $2000 19
The Dalai Lama wrote a "Little Book" of this spiritual goal of happiness & calm

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Kelly Andrew
$38,000 $9,000 $3,600
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE EARLY UNITED STATES
The final piece in this series points out "the analogy of the proposed government to your own state constitution"

Final scores:

Amy Kelly Andrew
$56,000 $7,201 $7,200
17-day champion: $687,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Amy Kelly Andrew
$30,200 $9,000 $3,600
34 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
1 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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