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    $600 24
Multiply Texas three and a half times to get the size of this North African biggie
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Show #8136 - Monday, January 13, 2020

Contestants

Veronica Vichit-Vadakan, a librarian from Portland, Oregon

Daniel Sok, a medical student from Atlanta, Georgia

Katie Needle, a retail supervisor from Brooklyn, New York (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $53,602)

Jeopardy! Round

RECOGNIZING THE COUNTRY
BEAUTY BRANDS
GLOSSARY OF HISTORY
HORROR FILMS
THE TELEVISION WILL BE REVOLUTIONIZED
THAT'S "SOME" ENDING
(Alex: "Some" will come at the end of each correct response.)
    $200 15
It's roughly a third the size of the contiguous United States
    $200 22
It's no surprise that the "M" in the cosmetics brand MAC stands for this
    $200 8
Once used to authenticate documents, it's a device to leave an impression, usually in wax, or the impression itself
    $200 3
In 1910, less than a century after this novel was published, it had its first film adaptation with Augustus Phillips at the title scientist
    $200 1
The Sony X800G is one of these "clever" TVs with Internet connectivity
    $200 4
Sadly isolated
    $400 23
About the size of Kentucky, it looks bigger when it's not floating in the Atlantic
    $400 27
Hair color products from this company include Féria, Excellence Creme & Superior Preference
    $400 13
A physical repository of historic documents; there's a famous one at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue
    $400 5
Taking place on the eve of this invasion, 2018's "Overlord" features less-than-human Nazis
    $400 2
In the 1990s the flat screen began replacing the CRt, this boxy tube
    $400 7
This word means "sweetly charming"; if you don't know it, you may lose some
    $600 24
Multiply Texas three and a half times to get the size of this North African biggie
    $600 28
Florence Graham said she got this pseudonym & brand name from Tennyson's poem "Enoch Arden"
    $600 14
In this type of manuscript, the handwritten text is supplemented by the addition of elaborate illustration
    $600 6
"Dream Warriors" is the subtitle to the third movie in this series
    $600 17
In 1952 an Ohio man annoyed by loud ads invented the Blab-Off, an early version of this feature on your remote
    $600 9
Horrific & grisly, like some murders
    $800 25
From north to south, it's long enough to stretch from Michigan to Florida
    $800 29
CoverGirl cosmetics is Leaping Bunny certified, meaning the company doesn't do this
    $800 18
Term for the cultural & artistic movement of the late 18th & early 19th C. emphasizing emotion & sentiment rather than reason
    $800 12
It's the last word in 6 of George Romero's zombie movie titles
    $800 20
When CBS got FCC approval to broadcast in this in 1950, only about 2 dozen sets could receive it
    $800 10
Quaker has an organic hot cereal called "Simple &" this word for healthful
    $1000 26
The expanse of Long Island to Georgia is about the size of this troubled Asian land
    DD: $2,000 30
The website for this company begun in 1886 has links for "Shop with a Friend" & "Become a Representative"
    $1000 19
It's the system by which coats of arms & other family or national emblems are devised & regulated
    $1000 16
"The Burning", the debut film for Holly Hunter & Jason Alexander, was part of the flourishing horror-at-this-summer-setting genre
    $1000 21
At the 1999 Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, ReplayTV won a best in show prize for unveiling this technology
    $1000 11
There's a body part in this word for flavorful

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

Katie Daniel Veronica
$2,000 $1,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Daniel Veronica
$4,000 $2,800 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

STARCHITECTS
COLONIAL AMERICA
TRICKY CLUES
THEIR PEN WENT SILENT
WATER MUSIC
I LEARNED IT ON YOUTUBE
    $400 3
Denise Scott Brown & Robert Venturi pioneered the late 20th century style futuristically called "Post" this
    $400 24
In 1632 this colony was chartered by Cecil Calvert as a safe haven for Catholics being persecuted in England
    $400 11
Until Vatican II, it was the only speech for mass communication
    $400 16
His whale of a tale began in New York City in 1819 & ended there with his death in 1891
    $400 5
This song by Otis Redding mentions "the Frisco Bay" & "Watchin' the tide roll away"
    $400 1
How to cut one of these pungent vegetables without crying
    $800 9
Richard Rogers & Renzo Piano played with traditional notions of design with this Paris art "Centre" named for a French president
    DD: $4,000 25
Cotton Mather supported the Salem witch trials but was more forward-thinking when he urged inoculation against this disease
    $800 12
If you put off retiring, you could be one of these nocturnal avians
    $800 17
This Nobel Laureate, whom Barack Obama called a national treasure, passed away at 88 in 2019
    $800 6
In 2016 this British woman had a hit with "Water Under The Bridge"
    $800 2
How to say "I love you" in ASL, short for this
    $1200 10
This Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece in Pennsylvania is named for what's happening below it
    $1200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) The British government's Proclamation of 1763 created what the Brits called a vast Indian reserve in which no colonists were allowed to settle west of these mountains
    $1200 13
From 1952 to 1958 this Friday cop show aired on Thursday
    DD: $4,000 18
Just prior to his death in 2006, this bestselling novelist wrote a book for younger readers called "Shark Life"
    $1200 7
Joe Jonas of this 4-letter group described "Cake By The Ocean" as a party anthem
    $1200 4
How to identify the differences between antique copper & these 2 "B" alloys
    $1600 14
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was the big star of this "worldly" 20th century style that emphasized straight lines
    $1600 27
Aiming to unite the colonies for trade & security, the Albany Plan of Union was proposed by this Founding Father in 1754
    $1600 21
From a word meaning "circular", it's a world revolution
    $1600 19
This 6'9" author who raised dinosaurs from the dead passed away in 2008 after a battle with cancer
    $1600 8
This duo's biggest hit was 1970's "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
    $1600 23
How kids get to build a volcano, a castle & survival houses to avoid creepers in this video game
    $2000 15
Sir Joseph Paxton was knighted for designing this glittering glass and iron structure for London's 1851 Great Exhibition
    $2000 28
In 1612 this future husband of Pocahontas introduced a new tobacco into the colonies using seeds from the West Indies
    $2000 20
Charlie Chaplin read this "Sister Carrie" author's poem "The Road I came" at his funeral & served as a pall bearer
    $2000 22
John Fogerty sounds like he crawled out of the swamp on CCR's song "Born On" this marshy inlet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Daniel Veronica
$10,000 $4,400 $21,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
This book of the Bible ends with "fire was on it by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel, throughout all their journeys"

Final scores:

Katie Daniel Veronica
$10,000 $4,400 $21,999
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $21,999

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Katie Daniel Veronica
$12,000 $4,400 $21,800
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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