Show #7838 - Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Contestants

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Chris Wong, a software engineer from Alexandria, Virginia

Mary Adolph, a behavior analyst from Austin, Texas

Alex Schmidt, a writer and comedian from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $39,679)

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Jeopardy! Round

HELLO!
I COMPOSED IT
"M" & EMMYS
COMPOUND WORDS
HISTORY
BIG PHARMA
    $200 20
Logically, this is the Spanish-language version of the British magazine "Hello!"
    $200 6
Published in 1725, "The Four Seasons"
    $200 1
Show creator Diane English won an Emmy for writing the pilot of this series that starred Candice Bergen
    $200 12
It's the term for the municipality where you were born & raised
    $200 11
The Equal Franchise Act of 1928 allowed this right to all British women 21 & over
    $200 30
Pfounded in 1849, this pharma giant was added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 2004
    $400 21
A doorbell begins "Hello!", the opening number for this hit 2011 religious-themed Broadway musical
    $400 7
"Swan Lake", the first of 3 ballets with my music
    $400 2
In 2000 & again in 2006, she won for her supporting role on "Will & Grace"
    $400 13
Jeff Foxworthy might say you're one of these if you think Sherlock Holmes is a secure housing area
    $400 16
In 1931 the only dirigible to dock at this NYC building had a rough time, ending that idea
    $400 25
TV hasn't been the same since this government agency relaxed its rules on prescription drug marketing in 1997
    $600 22
Created in 1974, this Japanese character epitomizes the cuteness culture called "Kawaii"
    $600 8
Piano compositions with ethnic pride:
"Hungarian Rhapsodies", 19 of them
    $600 3
Co-creator Paul Reiser went home empty-handed, but TV wife Helen Hunt won 4 Emmys for this '90s sitcom
    $600 14
This type of traffic lane is fairly new to China, hence the motorcycle cops keeping an eye on it
    $600 17
In 1949 the Kuomintang party fled mainland China for this island
    $600 26
The Eli who founded this big pharma biggie in 1876 was a former Union army colonel
    $800 23
This co that has let people say "hello" for almost 140 years now has a youthful social media studio called Hello Lab
    $800 9
The 1904 opera "Madama Butterfly"
    $800 4
She did a great job playing Mary Richards, winning 4 Emmys
    $800 15
The stuff you'll gradually learn about a movie or TV character's prior life; flashbacks can fill it in
    $800 18
In the 1600s this Japanese class largely became bureaucrats, but still got to carry 2 swords
    $800 27
A drug in development from big pharma is "in" this word that's also an object used by big oil
    $1000 29
Co-created by Zooey Deschanel, this lifestyle website had the last laugh in 2015 when Time, Inc. bought it out
    $1000 10
Commissioned by England's King George II, "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
    DD: $1,000 5
In 2014 Allison Janney won 2 Emmys: one for this sitcom & one for this drama about Masters & Johnson
    $1000 24
Compound word your'e wearing if you've put on a Tag Heuer Connected Modular
    $1000 19
Born in Italy, he helped prep the ships for Columbus' second & third voyagers before setting to sea himself
    $1000 28
Biotech giant Amgen was founded in 1980 as Applied Molecular this

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

Alex Mary Chris
$5,000 $1,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Mary Chris
$8,200 $1,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TO START WITH, GET "OUT"
(Alex: "OUT" will begin each correct response.)
AVIATION
JACK & THE FIEND STALK
THE END OF THE ROAD
MOVIE BY MacGUFFIN
BIG FARMER
    $400 11
A power failure
    $400 15
It was a Sea Knight one of these that left Saigon with Ambassador Martin, ending U.S. involvement in Vietnam
    $400 6
In this book Jack is the fiend who uses fear of an unknown beast to manipulate the other kids on the island
    $400 30
The west end of U.S. Interstate 10 is in this state
    $400 1
Alfred Hitchcock defined the MacGuffin as the item everyone is after, like the microfilm in this Cary Grant film
    $400 29
Around 1900 strongman Louis Cyr held 2 of these pulling in opposite directions; one later came to work on his farm
    $800 12
An eruption or epidemic
    $800 28
The oldest method of launching these soaring craft also called sailplanes is with the bungee, a sort of catapult
    $800 7
A man trying to blow up the Red October sub from within does not fare well against this Tom Clancy hero
    $800 27
The east end of U.S. Interstate 10 is in this state
    $800 2
1994:
Marsellus Wallace's briefcase
    $800 26
Imposing farmer Lee Jones promotes sustainability clad in red bow tie & of course, this classic farmer's garment
    $1200 13
Type of portable motor at the stern of a boat
    DD: $2,000 21
The "A" in the plane called the A380 is for this company with a more terrestrial type of transport in its name
    $1200 8
Buck the sled dog finds the Yeehat Indians who killed his master & takes vengeance in this Jack London tale
    $1200 17
This arch is at the southeast end of Paris' Avenue de la Grande-Armee
    $1200 3
2016:
The heart of Te Fiti, stolen by Maui
    $1200 20
6'3", 320-lb. Jason Brown made news in 2012 when he quit this lucrative career to farm sweet potatoes
    $1600 14
Aussie tourism officials want you to know "you haven't been Down Under till you've been" here
    $1600 22
This Soviet-era design bureau that gave its name to the USSR's first jet fighter is still building planes
    $1600 9
In "Worth Dying For", this 6'5", 250-lb. Lee Child action hero makes life very difficult for the evil Duncan boys
    $1600 18
On the east, London's Horse Guards Avenue ends at the embankment named for her
    $1600 4
1942:
Letters of transit through Nazi-guarded territory
    DD: $1,000 23
He was known as "Long Tom" & also as "The Worst Farmer in Virginia" for his constant failed efforts to grow new crops
    $2000 16
In "Through the Looking-Glass", Mome Raths do it
    $2000 25
The B-17 bomber was known by this alliterative term, battling anti-aircraft fire to deliver its payload
    $2000 10
Captain Jack Aubrey takes on the slave trade in the Gulf of Guinea in "The Commodore" by this author
    $2000 19
The south end of Frankfurt's Schutzenstrasse takes you to this river, a Rhine tributary
    $2000 5
A 2007 Coen brothers film:
$2 million from a drug deal gone bad in west Texas
    $2000 24
This tall Army sergeant who became a WWI hero was presented with a farm by the state of Tennessee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Mary Chris
$25,200 $5,400 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGICAL HEROES
The second half of his service to Eurystheus took him to 6 different places, like Crete, Thrace & the Underworld

Final scores:

Alex Mary Chris
$25,200 $50 $10,960
3-day champion: $64,879 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Mary Chris
$25,800 $7,400 $7,800
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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