Show #7910 - Friday, January 18, 2019


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David Moo, a cocktail bartender from Brooklyn, New York

Megan Logsdon, a wildlife technician from Kernville, California

John Presloid, a microbiologist from Perrysburg, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Most locals call this capital on the east bank of the Nile "Masr"
    $200 7
De La Renta or the Grouch
    $200 14
"You made me feel, yeah, you made me feel shiny and new... hoo!" this way
    $200 17
Article 8 of the covenant of this world organization mandated reducing armaments to prevent war
    $200 21
The now-inactive Checkpoint Charlie can be found on Friedrichstrasse in this city
    $200 26
In 1897 this man purchased his birthplace in Derry Township, Penn., which became the site of his chocolate works
    $400 2
A water hole called Enkare Nairobi, or "cold water", eventually became the capital of this country
    $400 9
Triangulate this Greek letter used in math, astronomy & geography
    $400 15
"Now we got problems, and I don't think we can solve 'em, you made a really deep cut, and baby, now we got" this
    $400 18
Leading into the Great Depression was the great stock market crash in October of this year
    $400 22
A Charlie is a pointed beard, named for the one on this king's head...when he had a head
    $400 27
In 1875 Swiss entrepreneur Daniel Peter began adding condensed this to chocolate
    $600 4
The Indian Ocean seaport of Mogadishu is the capital of this nation
    $600 12
An Nguni person of South Africa
    $600 8
"How does it feel to be on your own, with no direction home, like a complete unknown..."
    $600 10
An organized march on Rome in October 1922 brought this man & his Fascist Party to power
    $600 23
It's "Always Sunny" for this comic actor, even when he's dealing with "Horrible Bosses"
    $600 28
Fitting for Belgium, the first Callebaut chocolate factory was one of these more potent establishments
    $800 5
Upon the independence of this nation in 1962, Kampala replaced Entebbe as its capital
    $800 3
A ballplayer or a native of any northern state
    $800 11
"Baby, I've been, I've been praying hard, said no more counting dollars, we'll be" this
    $800 20
In March 1925 the Butler Act was passed, prohibiting the teaching of this in Tennessee schools
    $800 24
The musical "Charlie & Algernon" was based on this novel
    $800 29
This Italian immigrant's chocolate factory moved in the 1960s, but his name is still on a San Francisco square
    DD: $2,400 6
The American Colonization Society founded this city that now neighbors Bushrod Island
    $1000 13
Under V, term for the winner or conqueror
    $1000 16
"And just when it hit me, somebody turned around and shouted" this
    $1000 19
In 1936, Edward VIII advised Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin that he planned to marry this American divorcée
    $1000 25
The name of this weekly French magazine translates to "Charlie Weekly"
    $1000 30
Birmingham, England is home to this company's world, where you can learn how Creme Eggs are laid

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

John Megan David
$8,400 $1,600 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Megan David
$11,400 $4,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will end in those two letters of the alphabet.)
(Alex: Just as in Mad Libs, you have to fill in the missing word.)
    $400 26
"The Moneypenny Diaries" series was authorized by this writer's estate
    $400 1
Derived from an Old French word for "trust", it's a person engaged to be married
    $400 12 lists Wonder Woman's occupation as this "princess "
    $400 24
In the 1860s he did experiments on how vowel sounds are produced; he stopped phoning it in on Aug. 2, 1922
    $400 18
A traditional wedding toast says, "a toast to love and laughter, and" this 3-word phrase that ends fairy tales
    $400 15
MLK: "the hottest places in (noun) are reserved for those who, in a period of moral crisis, maintain their neutrality"
    $800 27
Robin Maxwell's 2012 novel about this heroine is subtitled "The Woman Who Loved Tarzan"
    $800 8
In French it means "memory"; in English it's a keepsake to remember you by
    $800 11
An X-Men foe shares this name with a big bad guy from "The Lord of the Rings"
    $800 25
His life's work amounted to more than peanuts when he died in Tuskegee January 5, 1943
    $800 28
From the Greek for "one who marries once", this adjective applies to some people & to jackals & sandhill cranes
    $800 21
Lloyd Bentsen to Dan Quayle: "Senator, you're no Jack (proper noun)"
    $1200 13
Douglas Adams' estate hired Eoin Colfer to write "And Another Thing...". part 6 of 3 in this silly saga
    $1200 6
From an Old French word that meant a wine taster, to us it's a connoisseur of fine food & drink
    $1200 2
It was the maiden name of Spider-Man's longtime love & eventual wife Mary Jane
    $1200 5
Made a huge leap in the vaccination field (which he helped pioneer) in 1879; had milked life for all it was worth by 1895
    DD: $5,000 4
This 4-letter word has fallen out of use in vows; Elizabeth used it to marry Philip, but Diana didn't to marry Charles
    $1200 30
Joe Hill: "Work and pray, live on hay, you'll get pie in the sky when you (verb)"
    $1600 22
As Disney doesn't have all the rights to Winnie-the-Pooh, he was back in "Return to" this "Wood"
    $1600 3
Now also meaning a nightclub or bar, this type of cafe lends its name to a salad made with salt pork & eggs
    $1600 9
Voiced by James Spader in an "Avengers" film, here, this
    DD: $5,000 14
Wrote the book on plant classification--"Species Plantarum"--in 1753; pushing up daisies in 1778
    $1600 17
In 1858 pioneering epidemiologist William Farr found married people live longer than those he called this, like priests are
    $1600 29
Eugene Debs: "While there is a soul in prison, I am not (adjective)"
    $2000 20
A visitor appears at Baker Street in "The House of Silk", the first authorized sequel from this man's estate
    $2000 7
For many of us, "Jeopardy!" is this, our "reason for being"
    $2000 10
Imbued with light energy, a son of Captain Marvel goes by this name, a word for a quantum of light
    $2000 19
His first law of planetary motion details elliptical orbits around the Sun; the world stopped revolving around him in 1630
    $2000 16
Archie Panjabi, TV's Feisty Kalinda, had this type of marriage & says of it that her mother knows her better than anybody else
    $2000 23
George Orwell: "If you want a picture of the future, imagine a (noun) stamping on a human face--forever"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Megan David
$30,600 $9,000 $14,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2000 this man was the host of a No. 1 rated network show & a No. 2 rated syndicated talk show

Final scores:

John Megan David
$30,000 $3,300 $11,199
3-day champion: $67,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Megan David
$22,000 $9,000 $14,600
30 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
2 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $45,600

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Game tape date: 2018-11-27
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