Show #8259 - Thursday, October 15, 2020

Kevin Walsh game 6.

Contestants

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Kristin Hucek, an attorney from San Francisco, California

Daniel Lee, an orthopedic surgeon from South Pasadena, California

Kevin Walsh, a story analyst originally from Williamstown, New Jersey (whose 5-day cash winnings total $111,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORD PUZZLES
MICRONATIONS
ON THE BILLBOARD CHARTS IN 2020
ANIMALS
A VISIT TO THE TAILOR
A PAIR OF PENCE
    $200 8
Understand what is really being said
    $200 21
Made up of 5 islands off this continent, Flandrensis says it's the only country that doesn't want its land inhabited by people
    $200 26
Blake Shelton got the perfect person to duet with on "Nobody but You"--this woman
    $200 1
Those look like snake heads, but they are really the wing tips of the atlas this four-letter insect
    $200 13
Some tailors can reweave the fabric if you get a hole in a sweater made of this fine material named for a place in the Himalayas
    $200 7
In 1859 he edited a twopenny weekly called "All the Year Round" & serialized his own "A Tale of Two Cities" in it
    $400 9
Hold on and take a spin on this
    $400 22
In 2015 unclaimed land in the former Yugoslavia on a bank of this large "blue" river became the Free Republic of Liberland
    $400 27
In a collaboration with the late Juice Wrld, this Detroit man rapped, "I can swallow a bottle of alcohol & I'll feel like Godzilla"
    $400 2
In Canada & elsewhere, this fowl is often called a "honker"
    $400 14
A tailor will hem your skirt to the shins if you want it this hot beverage length
    $400 18
Around the year 1400 the 31-mile trip from London to Gravesend on this river cost twopence
    $600 10
A style of house
    $600 23
For less than $700, you can become a duke or duchess in the U.K. breakaway country of Sealand in this directional sea
    $600 28
We'd listen to "Blinding Lights", a chart-topper by this man, any day
    $600 3
This animal of the weasel family, Neovison vison, has rich, dark fur once popular for coats
    $600 15
A tailor can alter this, the 6-letter term for the upper part of a dress
    $600 6
A song title in "Mary Poppins" urges you to do this, "tuppence a bag"
    $800 11
Fruit of the Loom makes them
    $800 24
For nearly 150 years, the tiny republic of Parva Domus has existed in the south of this Uruguayan capital
    $800 29
Arizona Zervas, you don't have to put on the red light to tell us about this title woman--"all she wanna do is party all night"
    $800 4
This South American river predator is fearsome, thanks to its sharp teeth, seen here
    $800 16
In 1851 this New Yorker designed & built an improved sewing machine; tailors still use machines that bear his name
    $800 19
Opened in 1900 between Shepherd's Bush & Bank, the Central Line was the first in this system with a flat fare, twopence
    $1000 12
A classic TV show or its remake
    $1000 25
The principality of Seborga in Liguria claims independence, asserting it was not legally annexed by this country
    $1000 30
"Classy, bougie, ratchet" & "sassy, moody, nasty", says this No. 1 hit by Megan Thee Stallion
    $1000 5
If hornets' nests seem paper-like, it's because they are made of saliva & fibers of this
    $1000 17
This 7-letter adjective refers to a tailor who makes custom clothes to order
    DD: $1,000 20
Brought to England from Holland, this liquor was sold in shops promising "Drunk for a penny. Dead drunk for twopence"

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

Kevin Daniel Kristin
$1,200 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Daniel Kristin
$4,400 $2,400 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CRIME & PUNISHMENT
AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS
BERRY SPECIAL
FROM "A" TO "Y"
WORLD HISTORY
WHERE HAVE I SEEN THOSE STAIRS?
    $400 4
It means dealing in illegal goods; the "human" & "drug" types are both federal crimes
    $400 27
Tennessee Williams modeled the character of Laura Wingfield in this play after his own sister
    $400 11
We give thanks for these fruits floating in the bog and ready to harvest
    $400 1
You want to type fast with a high rate of this, a synonym for precision
    $400 18
Protestant clergyman John Knox led this country's 16th century Reformation
    $400 22
The stairs leading up to this city's Museum of Art were famously climbed in a training montage from "Rocky"
    $800 5
In December 1982 Texas became the first state to use this form of execution
    DD: $4,000 28
He's the playwright seen here with his famous second wife
    $800 12
This "berry" isn't considered a true berry because its hundreds of seeds are on the outside
    $800 2
An enemy
    $800 19
This man who built a united Germany resigned as chancellor in 1890 after displeasing the kaiser
    $800 23
You can visit the Georgetown stairs in Washington from the end of this 1973 thriller, but don't fall down them like Father Karras did
    $1200 8
The wooden gun seen here was auctioned for $19,000 in 2009, as it's said to be the one John Dillinger used in this daring effort
    $1200 16
The future of a family heirloom is at the heart of "The Piano Lesson", which earned him his second Pulitzer Prize
    $1200 13
Swedish pancakes or meatballs are traditionally served with a sauce or jam made from these red berries aka cowberries
    $1200 3
(Sarah of the Clue Clue presents by a display monitor.) When plaque clogs a coronary artery, a stent may be inserted with a balloon catheter that opens up the artery, allowing blood to flow more freely in the 11-letter procedure called this
    $1200 17
In 2020 this nation formerly known as Rhodesia celebrated 40 years of independence
    $1200 26
HGTV remodeled the L.A. house used in exteriors on this '70s sitcom, adding the open staircase that had only existed on a stage
    $1600 9
In 1998 the Rome Statute established this judicial body to prosecute those accused of war crimes & crimes against humanity
    $1600 14
Here are these nutrient-rich berries native to Asia, in both fresh and dried forms
    $1600 6
It can mean to go with or to play a musical instrument in support of a singer
    DD: $2,000 20
This religion that has Hindu & Islamic influences arose in the Punjab in the early 16th century
    $1600 25
The stairs Joaquin Phoenix dances down in "Joker" have become a tourist attraction in the Highbridge area of this NYC borough
    $2000 10
Charles was the real first name of this Depression-era bank robber whose nickname may have come from his fine clothing
    $2000 15
This "old" berry of the genus Sambucus goes into wine & is also used in syrups to reduce cold symptoms & boost immunity
    $2000 7
Extending from the middle ear to the throat, the eustachian tube is also known as this tube
    $2000 21
Britain, Russia & France formed the triple this French word, the nucleus of the Allied World War I powers
    $2000 24
In "Roman Holiday", Gregory Peck proposes a holiday to Audrey Hepburn on these steps

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Daniel Kristin
$2,000 $12,000 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PSYCHOLOGICAL TERMS
Physician "Cannonball Mike" Friedman defined this behavioral type & admitted the term applied to himself

Final scores:

Kevin Daniel Kristin
$2,000 $1,199 $2,700
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $2,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Daniel Kristin
$3,000 $8,800 $13,400
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,200

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