Show #7788 - Wednesday, June 20, 2018


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Tyler Dilts, a novelist and teacher from Long Beach, California

Lindsay Garces, an insurance underwriter from East Boston, Massachusetts

Ali Hasan, a secondary school teacher from New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

25 YEARS AGO: 1993
    $200 1
1986 was in the pink with this movie "in Pink"
    $200 18
The Maastricht treaty went into effect November 1, 1993, officially creating this political entity
    $200 6
This tube in which you can see changing colors was popular from its invention in 1816; Lord Byron got one as a gift
    $200 23
This phrase meaning to do good deeds for strangers who then do the same became the title of a 2000 movie
    $200 22
The gas & dust of a dying star called the Cat's Eye Nebula were caught in a picture taken by this instrument
    $200 11
En francais, this "beaucoup" means thank you very much
    $400 2
Ashton Kutcher co-created reality TV's this "and the Geek"
    $400 25
Flooding by these 2 rivers that begin with the same 4 letters inundated parts of 9 states & left $15 billion in damage
    $400 7
Besides using it to moisten turkey, you can also use this tube with a rubber bulb at one end to water high-hanging plants
    $400 15
This Aussie monotreme's unusual head is streamlined--each ear being housed in a groove together with a small eye
    $400 12
"Asante" is the way to say "thank you" in this official language of Kenya
    $600 3
When George Clooney & Michelle Pfeiffer get together, it's "One" this "Day"
    $600 26
These 3 words follow "Whoomp!" in Tag Team's monster hit song of 1993
    $600 8
Carl Orff made this end-blown flute vital to music education, which is partly why kids across the U.S. learn to play it
    $600 16
The 1453 fall of Constantinople ended this empire whose name has come to describe something intricate
    $600 29
The element makes up about 72% of the sun's mass
    $600 13
This town in Honduras was the 16th century capital of all Spanish-conquered Central America, "thank you"!
    $800 4
Billy Crystal's Fernando knows this word for Amazon's Mrs. Maisel
    DD: $2,000 20
A major gun control measure known as this was signed into law in November
    $800 9
As seen here, this pasta, similar to cannelloni, often gets stuffed with spinach & ricotta
    $800 17
The word angel is the equivalent of the Hebrew word "malakh", meaning this; the Greek god Hermes was one
    $800 28
Just over 4 light years from Earth (hi, neighbor!), this triple star's motion towards our sun is 12.5 miles per second
    $800 14
This 6-letter Hawaiian word means "thank you"; you can use 5 of those 6 to say "hello"
    $1000 5
On TV's "GLOW", Alison Brie is one of these "Ladies of Wrestling"
    $1000 19
The 1993 secession of Eritrea left this largest horn of Africa country landlocked
    $1000 10
Anatomically speaking, they're also called oviducts
    $1000 24
In 2008 this African country introduced a $100 billion banknote; it was worth one U.S. dollar
    $1000 27
This dim, extended halo above the sun's chromosphere heats up to over 1 million Kelvin
    $1000 21
A 1983 hit by Styx helped America learn this way to say thank you in Japanese

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

Ali Lindsay Tyler
$1,200 $3,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ali Lindsay Tyler
$3,000 $3,600 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 5
"Fifty Shades Darker"
    $400 15
Both sides of the Dardanelles Strait are in this country
    $400 20
WHO's essential inhalational medicines are halothane, isoflurane, nitrous oxide & this element
    $400 19
This "doctor" won 3 straight ABA MVP awards in the '70s & an NBA MVP in the 1980s
    $400 6
The aptly named Cryogenian Period, ending about 635 million years ago, included several of these harsh ages
    $400 11
Suitable or fitting for a particular purpose; I think that's quite...
    $800 4
    $800 16
Lake Ontario is 326' below Lake Erie, so serious water will fall at some point in this river connecting the 2 lakes
    $800 26
Essential pain medicines include this Advil & Nuprin ingredient
    $800 30
For the 1984 Mets, 19-year-old Dwight Gooden, "AKA "Dr. K", notched 276 of these
    $800 7
This fossilized tree resin can yield very ancient lizards trapped in it with their soft tissue intact
    $800 12 says a true this "wears, but is not limited to, polo...Lacoste... sweaters tied around the neck"
    $1200 3
"The Prince of Tides"
    $1200 17
In 1974 this Idaho river seemed to scream, "Leap over me in a rocket!"; then "Nice try!"
    DD: $3,000 27
"Activated" this, in powder form, is an essential poisoning antidote
    $1200 25
Punning on a Kubrick movie title, error-prone Dick Stuart of the 1964 Red Sox was nicknamed "Dr." this
    $1200 8
As best we can tell, 66 million years ago, an asteroid hit this peninsula, wiping out the dinosaurs
    $1200 13
2-word grammar term for words like fallen or sung
    $1600 2
"The Yearling"
    $1600 21
"If you ever go across the sea to Ireland", check out this bay on the west coast, immortalized in song
    $1600 28
WHO says to use antileprosy meds only in combination to prevent emergence of this, which makes them ineffective
    $1600 22
Doc Romnes, who must have had a great rinkside manner, won this NHL sportsmanship award in 1936
    $1600 9
Some of these gems are billions of years older than the South African kimberlite in which they're found
    DD: $2,000 14
15-letter adjective described the time after a nuclear war
    $2000 1
"The Iron Giant"
    $2000 24
The creation of this lake, AKA Lake Nubia, forced the removal of many Egyptian artifacts
    $2000 29
Isoniazid is essential to combating this lung infection that's made an unfortunate comeback
    $2000 23
Fullback Doc Blanchard was "Mr. Inside" for this school's undefeated 1944-46 Black Knights
    $2000 10
Discovered in 2014, the baby skull dubbed "Alesi" has human-life ear tubes but a small snout like this lesser ape
    $2000 18
Be the big man on it in knowing it's a region of the brain associated primarily with memory

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ali Lindsay Tyler
$13,400 $8,200 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Not in the initial score, the feature giving this symphony its byname was a whim added by the composer close to its 1792 debut

Final scores:

Ali Lindsay Tyler
$26,401 $1,200 $13,200
2-day champion: $46,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ali Lindsay Tyler
$15,000 $6,400 $13,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2018-02-20
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