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    $1200 7
On August 21, 2017 Bonnie Tyler was back in the spotlight as she regaled cruise ship passengers with this fitting hit
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Show #7820 - Friday, September 14, 2018

Kyle Jones game 3.

Contestants

Andrew Lundy, a digital journalist from Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Riley Westmoreland, a college admission officer from Birmingham, Alabama

Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $38,000)

Jeopardy! Round

TV GUIDE MAGAZINE 65th ANNIVERSARY
MULTI-WORD CAPITAL CITIES
NONFICTION
FOREIGN PHRASEBOOK
SWEET SOMETHINGS
CAN YOU HEAR ME?
    $200 6
In its first issue, TV Guide became an entertainment fixture with a 1953 photo of Desiderio, son of this comedian
    $200 1
San Jose in this Central American nation is home to John F. Kennedy Park, memorializing his visit to the country in 1963
    $200 21
After profiling Diana, Andrew Morton wrote about "A Hollywood Princess", this 2018 bride
    $200 16
Excel in Spanish & you get not just bien but this, "very good"
    $200 30
While this thick, sweet substance can relieve coughs in older kids, don't give it to infants; they could get botulism
    $200 11
In 2016 pitchman Paul Marcarelli went from "Can you hear me now?" for Verizon to "Can you hear that?" for this company
    $400 7
In 1974 TV Guide went with a cover from this show about a family beloved from books
    $400 2
With a name meaning "new flower", this city replaced Entoto as the capital of Ethiopia in 1887
    $400 22
"A Curious Man" is a biography of this "Believe It or Not!" cartoonist
    $400 17
Alliterative translation of the Arabic "Allahu akbar"
    $400 29
This 4-letter dessert is the Spanish equivalent of creme caramel
    $400 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a hearing aid on the monitor.) The hearing device shown here sends vibrations directly to the inner ear, skipping the eardrum--it uses this hard substance as a conductor, so it feels like voices in your head
    $600 8
"Cheers" to you if you can give us the first names of these two characters seen here with Carla
    $600 3
This Malaysian capital lies in the country's tin & rubber belt; I used to wear one of those, but it chafed
    $600 23
"Promise Me, Dad" is a 2017 memoir by this former vice president
    $600 18
Puzzled Germans say, "Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof", "All I understand is" this transit place
    $600 28
Reel in some of these colorful candies named for the country of their birth
    $600 13
Some scientists think the voices heard by this female saint who died in 1431 were caused by epilepsy
    $800 9
Before there was McDreamy, there was Dr. Ross, played by some guy named Clooney on this show
    DD: $1,000 4
Developed by King Norodom, this capital city lies at the confluence of the Mekong, Bassac & Tonle Sap Rivers
    $800 24
In Chapter 1 of this memoir, Solomon Northup says he was "happily rescued" from bondage in January 1853
    $800 19
The 4 words of this "so-so" French phrase all start with "C"
    $800 27
Sprinkles, which opened its first store in 2005, became an overnight sensation selling these
    $800 14
This 7-letter word for a measurement of sound intensity was coined by telephone engineers & honors their hero
    $1000 10
A 2014 cover about this show featured an appropriate James Bond title as a caption
    $1000 5
U.S. Students at a medical school in this Caribbean nation's capital St. George's were rescued during a 1983 invasion
    $1000 25
"The Last Castle" takes readers inside this largest residence in the U.S., once a Vanderbilt home
    $1000 20
We "make mincemeat" of someone, Italians "fare polpette"--make these of him
    $1000 26
Powdered sugar is also known as this type of candymaker's sugar
    $1000 15
QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones are from this high-end audio company that pioneered the technology

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

Kyle Riley Andrew
$5,000 $0 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Riley Andrew
$8,600 $2,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

1973: THE GROOVY & NOT-SO-GROOVY
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
DOUBLE ANIMAL NAMES
MARK TWAIN REALLY SAID IT
OFFBEAT MUSEUMS
IN OVATION
(Alex: Each correct response will be made up of some of the letters in the word "ovation".)
    $400 2
The Washington Post won the 1973 Pulitzer in Public Service "for its investigation of" this "case"
    $400 1
In Las Vegas, you can double down on this pair, who perform at their own theater in the Rio Hotel
    $400 9
An Old English one is seen here
    $400 21
"I would throw out the old maxim, my country", this, "and instead I would say, 'My country when she is right'"
    $400 26
The KGB Museum & the Gingerbread Museum are just 2 attractions in this Czech capital
    $400 16
By way of
    DD: $3,000 3
His death on Jan. 22, 2 days after Nixon's second inauguration, left no living ex-U.S. presidents
    $800 6
It opened its doors in Chicago in 1959 to become the world's premier comedy club & improv school
    $800 10
Belzoni, Mississippi has a museum & a festival devoted to this whiskered water dweller
    $800 22
This city is "the grand old benevolent national asylum for the helpless"
    $800 27
Sweet! In Burlingame, Calif. there's a toy museum along with one of the largest types of these candy dispensers
    $800 17
It precedes "-glory" in a word referring to boastfulness
    $1200 4
Already 12 games out after playing 80, "ya gotta believe" this team led by Tom Seaver came back to win the NL pennant
    $1200 7
On August 21, 2017 Bonnie Tyler was back in the spotlight as she regaled cruise ship passengers with this fitting hit
    $1200 11
Usually harmless to humans, this predator can't change its spots or bars
    $1200 23
Of one of these practitioners, Twain quipped he had the "surgical look of a man who could endure pain in others"
    $1200 28
Patagonia has a museum devoted to these; its bar has glasses of ice made from them
    $1200 18
Roger Rabbit was one, & it was part of the name of the town where he lived
    $1600 5
Construction of the CN Tower began in February; 1,815' & 3 years later, the tower opened to the public in this city
    DD: $1,000 14
Dizzy Gillespie & Diana Krall are among those who have played at this musical event first held in northern California in 1958
    $1600 12
The mole rat belongs to this order of gnawing mammals
    $1600 24
The advantages of riding this big creature include an "immunity from collisions" & the fine view one has from up there"
    $1600 29
Naturally, this city famed for its Red Light District also has the adults-only Sex Museum on Damrak Street
    $1600 19
A cauldron
    $2000 8
The 2018 TV show "Trust" dramatizes the 1973 kidnapping of this man III & the lack of interest of his billionaire grandpa
    $2000 15
Founded in the U.S., this performing arts co. invites you to experience the "divine culture" of China, 5,000 years in the making
    $2000 13
At their largest, the Japanese giant type of this crustacean can measure over 12 feet across, including the legs
    $2000 25
Of this "Devil's Dictionary" author, Twain wrote, "For every laugh, there are 5 blushes & 10 shudders"
    $2000 30
Rome has a museum for souls sent here, a place of purification or punishment for some Catholics
    $2000 20
1300s B.C. Egyptian sun god

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Riley Andrew
$20,800 -$400 $10,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS HALLS OF FAME
Posthumously, Axel Paulsen was among the first group of inductees into the World Hall of Fame for this in 1976

Final scores:

Kyle Riley Andrew
$20,800 -$400 $10,000
3-day champion: $58,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kyle Riley Andrew
$21,400 -$400 $13,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
7 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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