Show #8088 - Wednesday, November 6, 2019

2019 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Lindsey Shultz, a physician & healthcare analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Alan Dunn, a software development manager from Johns Creek, Georgia

James Holzhauer, a professional sports gambler from Las Vegas, Nevada

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Jeopardy! Round

IT'S NOT AUSTRALIA
TECH STUFF
THE NAME OF THE GAME
"ALL" IN
THE 2010s
REALITY SHOW BREAKOUTS
    $200 30
It was part of the Anschluss with Germany, not the Anzac that fought Germany
    $200 29
In 2019 Verizon sold the world's first phone with this alphanumeric designation, the next generation...
    $200 28
Free Parking, Just Visiting
    $200 26
To use a delaying tactic in order to get additional time
    $200 24
On Oct. 2, 2018 journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered this country's consulate in Turkey & never left
    $200 23
Guy Fieri launched his career on this cable network by winning a TV competition to be its next star
    $400 18
It has twice as many people, 1.3 million of them in Córdoba, & it's in South America
    $400 15
Vue from this company allows you to watch all sorts of TV & movies on your PlayStation
    $400 27
Contract, discard, no trump
    $400 25
Botanical term for someone at a social event who has no one to dance with or talk to
    $400 21
Felix Baumgartner was over 120,000 feet up when he made this type of alliterative parachute jump in 2012
    $400 22
In 2019 this original "American Idol" launched her own daytime talk show
    $600 16
920,000 square miles, it also has a great, big sandy desert, but between Libya & Mali
    $600 10
chromium.org is a place for developers to learn about & contribute to this company's browser
    $600 12
Don't come, easy way, proposition bet
    $600 13
This type of transport used by the Conquistadors could be used for fighting or carrying goods
    $600 14
A city's 52-year major championship dry spell ended when this team won the 2016 NBA title
    $600 20
Johnny Knoxville can thank the bruises & broken bones from this MTV show he co-created for his film career
    $800 3
It's in Transcaucasia, not Australasia, & its prime minister is named Pashinyan, not Morrison
    $800 8
A busy little bee told us this app isn't just for dating anymore, with Bizz & BFF options
    $800 11
Bag O' nuts, breakfast, bull & cork
    $800 6
It's a commonly held logical misconception that has the appearance of soundness
    DD: $1,800 7
In 2011 this planet completed its first orbit since its discovery 165 years earlier
    $800 19
A winner of Ed McMahon's "Star Search" in 1984, this comedian became Ray's brother on "Everybody Loves Raymond"
    $1000 2
It has an area of 180 square miles, not 3 million, & it has princes, not a queen
    $1000 9
With regard to TVs, HDR doesn't stand for high definition, but rather "high" this "range"
    $1000 4
Armor class, wisdom, forgotten realms
    $1000 1
Scientific term for the innermost digit of a vertebrate's hind foot; we call ours a big toe
    $1000 5
2013 was a lucky year for Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, inaugurated as king after this queen, his mom, abdicated
    $1000 17
An original judge on "Dancing with the Stars", she now also judges more broadly on "The Talk"

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

James Alan Lindsey
$5,400 $2,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Alan Lindsey
$8,800 $4,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
AMERICAN WORLD'S FAIRS
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!
PAST BEDTIME
(Alex: Each response comes shortly after the word "bedtime" in the dictionary.)
INITIALS TO ROMAN NUMERALS TO NUMBERS III
(Alex: Each response must be a number.)
THIS TIME, IT'S PERSONAL
    $400 25
Geneva physics prof Horace de Saussure introduced "geology" into scientific nomenclature in a 1779 work on travels in these mountains
    $400 26
The 1974 Spokane World's Fair showed a film on the environment in this 4-letter big-screen format
    $400 27
The only actor to perform in all the "Star Wars" movies is Anthony Daniels, who plays this character
    $400 28
This leaner meat comes from the crossbreeding of bison & domestic cattle
    $400 30
For the sex symbol who played "The Girl" in "The Seven Year Itch"
    $400 29
In her 1903 auto-biography: "I lived, up to the time of the illness that deprived me of my sight and hearing, in a tiny house"
    $800 24
In 1768 then-Lt. James Cook set off for the South Pacific to observe the transit of this planet, & many discoveries followed
    $800 7
Near the Presidio, the Palace of Fine Arts is the only structure remaining from this city's 1915 Panama-Pacific Expo
    $800 22
In 2018 this R&B singer lived up to his (stage) name, becoming an EGOT, the first African-American man to do so
    $800 21
It's the device seen here that used to keep you informed back in the day
    $800 23
For a U.S. president during the Jazz Age
    $800 20
Communicating by blinking after a stroke, Jean-Dominique Bauby wrote of his life in "The Diving Bell and" this
    $1200 17
This ship that carried an 1870s Royal Society expedition gave its name to the "deep"est part of the Marianas Trench
    $1200 5
This prototype Space Shuttle never made it to orbit, but it did make an appearance at the 1984 New Orleans World's Fair
    $1200 15
Seen here Phoebe Waller Bridge created and starred in this Amazon Prime series
    $1200 16
A mendicant is one
    $1200 11
For TV's Mexican-born "Dog Whisperer"
    $1200 19
Able to control only one lower extremity, Christy Brown wrote this autobiography in 1954
    DD: $4,000 1
In the early 1800s this German studied the ocean currents of South America; one off South America's West Coast is named for him
    $1600 3
In 1876, the Statue of Liberty's torch was on display in this city's Centennial Exposition before it was sent northeast
    $1600 9
In 2019 this trio of siblings had its first No. 1 song with "Sucker"
    $1600 2
They're the succulent flowers seen here
    $1600 10
For the late auto exec who first gained fame by promoting the Ford Mustang
    $1600 4
Born in 1899 in St. Petersburg, he writes in "Speak, Memory" that he could read English before Russian, & he wrote novels in both
    $2000 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) According to "National Geographic", since 1995, there have been major collapses of sections A and B of the ice shelf named for this Norwegian explorer; an iceberg about the size of Delaware broke off section C in 2017
    $2000 6
This city's 1982 Energy Exposition was held not far from the campus of the University of Tennessee
    $2000 14
This comic did the stand-up special "New In Town"
    $2000 13
A Cole Porter classic invites us to "Begin the" this dance of Martinique
    DD: $1,109 12
For Laura's dad in the "Little House on the Prairie" books
    $2000 18
This playwright's semi-autobiographical "Chapter Two" is about a writer who remarries after his first wife's death

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Alan Lindsey
$30,309 $6,000 $10,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
In 1939, turned down by 2 local theaters, Howard University was able to get an outdoor venue for this singer's yearly concert

Final scores:

James Alan Lindsey
$30,635 $1 $14,000
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

James Alan Lindsey
$31,200 $3,600 $9,800
33 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $44,600

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