Show #8089 - Thursday, November 7, 2019

2019 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Emma Boettcher, a user experience librarian from Chicago, Illinois

Eric R. Backes, an attorney and government relations professional from Oviedo, Florida

Josh Hill, a network engineer from North Little Rock, Arkansas

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Jeopardy! Round

SINGERS
U.S. ISLANDS
NAME & NUMBER
(Alex: We're going to need a name and a number in each correct response.)
SPANISH TO ENGLISH RHYME TIME
(Alex: The example they have given me is gato gordo. What is a fat cat?)
BUGLE CALLS
LET'S EAT
    $200 6
This redhead is in the film "Yesterday", telling Himesh Patel's character to change "Hey Jude" to "Hey Dude"
    $200 27
Orcas Island & Lopez Island are among the most populous of this state's San Juan Islands
    $200 11
He married Marie-Antoinette in 1770
    $200 1
Doble problema
    $200 14
This bugle call is played during military funerals & is also heard at the end of the day
    $200 30
One of these "ocular" steaks, cut from the outer side of the midsection
    $400 26
Luke Hemmings is the lead singer of this Australian pop outfit known as 5SOS for short
    $400 20
Lahaina & Ka'anapali are popular tourist destinations on this Hawaiian island
    $400 29
In 1521 he was named "Defender of the Faith"--oh, the irony!
    $400 25
Reina limpia
    $400 28
Let's go, everyone! This bugle call often associated with the cavalry is being sounded!
    $400 23
This pre-cooked offering for a soldier, MRE for short
    $600 21
This singer won a Grammy for her 2012 album "Girl On Fire"
    $600 3
Part of the Overseas Highway, the Seven Miles Bridge links islands in this famous chain
    $600 22
From 1963 to 1978 he was Bishop of Rome
    $600 8
Oro frío
    $600 24
"First Call" heard here is a warning to soldiers to prepare for a formation & is also commonly used at these contests
    $600 12
Grilled bread drizzled with olive oil & topped with chopped tomatoes, with a name from an Italian word meaning "toast"
    $800 16
Their adjacent home states gave country singers Brian Kelley & Tyler Hubbard this name for their country duo
    $800 2
This South Carolina island is roughly 12 miles long, 5 miles wide & home to more than 20 championship golf courses
    DD: $1,000 4
At least 11 wounds from sharp weapons were found on his skeleton after it was dug up from a Leicestershire parking lot in 2012
    $800 10
Zapato azul
    $800 18
This bugle call means lay off those trigger fingers, the enemy has had enough
    $800 19
Considered a delicacy, the soft, green tomalley is this internal organ of a lobster
    $1000 17
21st century hits from this Canadian crooner include "Home" & "Haven't Met You Yet"
    $1000 5
Unimak is the largest of these Alaskan islands
    $1000 7
He's better known as Frederick the Great
    $1000 9
Canción larga
    $1000 15
Wondering what's going on back home on the farm? Then you'll be happy hearing the sequence called this "call"
    $1000 13
This pudding made from the starch of the cassava plant

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

Josh Eric Emma
$1,800 $1,000 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Eric Emma
$4,200 $3,000 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

JEOPARDY! KEYWORDS, NOT!
THE HUMAN BODY
5-SYLLABLE WORDS
GHOSTWRITERS
TV TAGLINES
"SCHU" WHO
    $400 28
This "Paul McCartney band" had hits with "Helen Wheels" & "Band on the Run"
    $400 27
The upper jawbone is the maxilla, and the lower jaw is called this
    $400 5
Random House says this rhyming word is an "incantation using... magical words", & Presto! You say...
    $400 29
Movie star Hedy Lamarr sued her own publisher, claiming that much of this book was invented by a ghostwriter
    $400 23
"Save the cheerleader, save the world"
    $400 30
From 1950 to 2000 this cartoonist worked for "Peanuts"
    $800 26
This "Dairy State" is the USA's top milk producer, with lots coming from Tulare County in the Central Valley
    DD: $4,000 13
In Scrabble, this alternate name for the tailbone will get you many more points than "tailbone"
    $800 25
Aloha! These nuts are full of vitamins and fat
    DD: $3,600 21
Speechwriter Ted Sorensen admitted that he wrote the first draft of most of this Pulitzer Prize-winning book by JFK
    $800 22
"When news breaks, we fix it"
    $800 24
He teamed up with Richard Simon in 1924 & they helped make paperbacks popular
    $1200 15
Born in Braintree, this John was a "Founding Father & president"--of the Continental Congress
    $1200 3
Of the 2 types of glands in the skin, most of these are connected to hair follicles & secrete an oily substance
    $1200 8
An ability to find good fortune by chance occurrence
    $1200 2
Early in his career, this Irish playwright ghostwrote music columns
    $1200 16
An HBO candidacy: "Boldly running for president. Proudly standing for everything"
    $1200 11
This senator has represented New York in D.C. since his election to Congress in 1980 at age 29
    $1600 17
He's the "March King"--at least of England, based on his 5 "Pomp And Circumstance" marches
    $1600 6
From the Greek for "hard", it's the tough, white outer layer of the eye
    $1600 9
The act of tossing someone out a window
    $1600 10
Alexandre Dumas gets the credit for this 1844-45 novel of revenge, but it was Auguste Maquet who outlined the plot
    $1600 1
A 2016 reboot: "No man has done more with less"
    $1600 12
This former costume designer directed the movies "Falling Down" & "Batman & Robin"
    $2000 19
Works like the one seen here were created by this Barcelona-born Spanish surrealist
    $2000 7
It's the 9-letter medical name for the heel bone, the largest bone in the foot
    $2000 14
Word for Gabriel telling the Virgin Mary she'd conceive Jesus
    $2000 20
It's fitting that this British occultist was a ghostwriter, penning some of Evangeline Adams' astrological works
    $2000 4
"Your body is no longer your own" & "We will bear no more"
    $2000 18
Can you hear the drums in "Fernando", an operatic work composed by him in 1815, at about age 18?

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Eric Emma
$12,200 $13,000 $23,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY ART
A derisive description of the shape of the houses in the 1908 painting "Houses at l'Estaque" gave this art style its name

Final scores:

Josh Eric Emma
$10,597 $8,000 $23,800
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Eric Emma
$12,200 $10,200 $20,400
16 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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