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In 1868 the prestigious winemaking Chateau Lafite was bought by a member of this family
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Show #7823 - Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Kyle Jones game 6. Alex has a mustache.

Contestants

Jordan Moore, a librarian from Atlanta, Georgia

Jonathan Lau, an actuarial consultant from Jersey City, New Jersey

Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Aurora, Colorado (5-day champion whose cash winnings total $107,602)

Jeopardy! Round

CELEBRITIES' FASHION LINES
WORLD HISTORY
AMONG TIME'S 50 BEST PODCASTS OF 2018
THIS & THAT
SAY IT 3 TIMES
WHERE "YU" GOIN'?
    $200 7
Wearing SJP, you can literally stand in her shoes
    $200 1
Meaning "separateness", it was the official policy of racial segregation in South Africa until the '90s
    $200 2
"The Daily" aired "an uncomfortable interview between" this Fox News host "and the reporters who likely got him fired"
    $200 9
A classic of men's formal wear, this dinner jacket was named for a New York country club that opened in 1886
    $200 19
Start a song by singing this way to get your boat "gently down the stream"
    $200 26
Time to go rafting down this Alaskan-Canadian waterway that empties into the Bering Sea
    $400 11
She named Ivy Park in part for her daughter
    $400 8
The start of the Persian Gulf War in January 1991 was known as Operation this
    $400 3
"Endless Thread" had Boston's WBUR & this website go beyond "the front page of the Internet" to get deeper into stories
    $400 10
Pre-euro, Estonia used the kroon, & before that, this Russian currency
    $400 20
Say this triple-dipper that came near the end of Matthew McConaughey's Oscar acceptance speech
    $400 27
I'm headed to the pyramid at Chichen Itza on this Mexican peninsula
    $600 12
She hit a grand slam with her Eleven athletic apparel
    $600 15
This empire that reached its height under Suleyman came to an end in 1922
    $600 4
Using an entire season to discuss each song on one album, "Dissect" dissected "To Pimp a Butterfly" by this rap star
    $600 16
In 1868 the prestigious winemaking Chateau Lafite was bought by a member of this family
    $600 21
Say the name of this "ghost with the most" 3 times & he'll show up to exorcise the living
    $600 28
Going to see how Serbia has changed since it was part of this country when I visited in 1988
    $800 13
In 2018 his Sean John line turned 20
    $800 24
During the 1970s Cambodia was ruled by this radical Communist party
    $800 5
A spin-off of this, ESPN's "numerical" award-winning documentary series, was deemed worth a listen
    $800 17
She's the financial whiz & best-selling author seen here
    DD: $1,000 22
Say this cliche Lord Harold Samuel gave about the 3 most important things in real estate
    $1000 14
He founded denim-heavy William Rast with a childhood friend from Memphis
    $1000 25
Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great & Marcus Licinius Crassus were the 3 men who made up the first this
    $1000 6
With "a knack for explaining complex legal issues with simple language", "Stay Tuned With Preet", Preet being this ex-U.S. atty.
    $1000 18
This word for a humanoid robot comes partly from the Greek for "self"
    $1000 23
Say this noise that begins the lyrics of "The Trolley Song"

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

Kyle Jonathan Jordan
$200 $4,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Jonathan Jordan
$2,600 $2,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT 100
POETS & POETRY
HOT, CROSS NUNS
DOUBLE "B"s
AWARDS & HONORS
HERE'S YOUR METAL
    $400 1
Bernstein said one reason he so connected with Gustav Mahler is both were torn between these 2 musical activities
    $400 26
In "Ode on a Grecian Urn", he wrote, "Beauty is truth, truth beauty"
    $400 21
Jake & Elwood call Sister Mary Stigmata "the penguin" in this 1980 film; she beats them with a stick
    $400 6
Bazooka is a brand of this
    $400 11
It wasn't until 1976 that women were also awarded this scholarship to Oxford
    $400 16
This metal gives its name to the container seen here
    $800 2
Performing Beethoven in Beriln in 1989, Bernstein rewrote this section of the 9th Symphony as the "Ode To Freedom"
    $800 27
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" begins with these 5 words
    $800 22
As Mother Superior in this film, Maggie Smith tells Whoopi, "People wish to kill you. Anyone who's met you, I imagine"
    $800 7
Monk house
    $800 12
Each year the Horror Writers Association presents awards named in honor of this "Dracula" author
    $800 17
In 1973 the EPA put the pedal to the metal & announced final regulations to get this metal out of gasoline
    $1200 3
Bernstein crafted several memorable tunes, such as "Tonight", for this 1957 musical sensation
    $1200 28
He was nearly 87 when he recited his poem "The Gift Outright" at President Kennedy's inauguration
    $1200 23
Being grilled by this Oscar winner in "Doubt", Philip Seymour Hoffman says, "I object to your tone"
    $1200 8
To mend boots, or to put something together clumsily
    $1200 13
This medal awarded to African Americans for outstanding achievement is named for an early NAACP chairman
    DD: $2,000 18
This precious metal got its name from a Spanish word for "silver"
    $1600 4
Conducting Maria Callas in "Medea" in 1953, Lenny triumphed as the first American to conduct at this Milan venue
    $1600 24
In "Change of Habit", Mary Tyler Moore clashes with a local priest & falls for this rocker
    $1600 9
Short ends of grain after harvesting, or of hair before shaving
    DD: $3,000 14
Established in 1348, this oldest & highest order of British knighthood is named for a fashion accessory
    $1600 19
Mostly used for ornamentation, azurite is a blue carbonite of this metal
    $2000 5
Bernstein gave his last concert in 1990 at this Mass. festival site where he had studied 50 years before
    $2000 25
Jack Black is sweet on Sister Encarnacion in this 2006 movie; she's mad that kids are "wrestling in a sacred place"
    $2000 10
Decorator Rachel Ashwell gives tips to achieve the aura of old money & cushy comfort in books called this "Chic"
    $2000 15
The American Chemical Society's highest award honors this British oxygen discoverer who fled to America in 1794
    $2000 20
We're giving you this brittle metal, chemical symbol Bi, that's distinguished by a pinkish tint

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Jonathan Jordan
$10,000 $7,000 $9,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

18th CENTURY AMERICANS
In a famous 1775 speech, he said, "Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston!"

Final scores:

Kyle Jonathan Jordan
$19,601 $3,500 $16,799
6-day champion: $127,203 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kyle Jonathan Jordan
$12,800 $7,000 $9,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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