Show #7961 - Monday, April 1, 2019

Steven Grade game 4.


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Reid Setzer, a public policy director from Washington, D.C.

Roberta Chapman, a tour guide from Alexandria, Virginia

Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $64,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
An April 1985 attempt to make the regular kind of this soda taste more like the diet kind led to marketing disaster
    $200 1
On this sitcom Mac is a big fan of Chase Utley of the Phillies & wrote a special letter to him
    $200 5
Balance of trade is calculated by subtracting the value of imports from the value of these
    $200 6
Sing like an Alpine mountaineer
    $200 23
Remove the epi- from the outermost layer of skin to get this middle layer
    $200 15
A shorter stay due to "exemplary compliance with institutional disciplinary regulations" is AKA time off for this
    $400 13
In April 1906 an earthquake hit this U.S. city followed by a massive fire & the loss of 3,000 lives
    $400 2
Amy Schumer & Gabriel Iglesias are alumni of this NBC competition show
    $400 17
Via cap & trade, international companies can sell unused pollution rights in the trade system named for this element
    $400 7
It can precede fever, jacket & pages
    $400 27
When you inhale, this dome-shaped muscle contracts & moves downward, allowing your lungs to expand
    $400 19
The "sighs" heard on the Bridge of Sighs came from prisoners sent from the doge's palace to this city's prisons
    $600 14
Major League Baseball's first of these postponed the opening of the 1972 season to April 15
    $600 3
Comedy Central's show titled this guy "For You" had an episode about a viral scheme that involved a pig saving a baby goat
    DD: $1,400 24
In an effort to diversity its portfolio, Canada sold most of this, becoming the only G7 member with less than 100 tons
    $600 8
A fungus for fermentation & leavening
    $600 28
The heart is divided into these 4 chambers abbreviated RA, LA, RV & LV
    $600 20
This term for a cut of meat from the leg of an animal is also something helpful in settling disputes with a bunkmate
    $800 16
In April 1513 Ponce de Leon landed in what he named Florida, searching for this legendary spring
    $800 10
After leaving his Comedy Central show in 2005, he made news by hosting "SNL" in 2016
    $800 25
Described as the "grandfather of the world's secret tax havens", this country is said to have $6.5 trillion in assets
    $800 9
School for future rabbis
    $800 29
Helping you to get off your butt or to climb the stairs is this large muscle whose name means "largest butt"
    $800 21
Varner Prison in Arkansas has a section called this 8-letter portmanteau word implying the ultimate in security
    $1000 18
On April 15, 1974, as everyone else paid taxes, this radical "Army", the S.L.A., was robbing a bank of $11,000
    $1000 11
"Dis" Matt Groening show on Netflix deals with a princess named Bean & her elf & demon pals
    $1000 26
Sony & Toyota are 2 of the companies traded on this Japanese stock index
    $1000 12
Brute in "Gulliver's Travels"
    $1000 22
This infamous prison complex was built in Iraq by a British company in the 1960s

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

Steven Roberta Reid
$1,000 $1,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Roberta Reid
$6,000 $2,200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the author of each book for us.)
(Alex: Let me give you an example. "French hello and an English diary". The correct response would be, "What is a bonjournal?")
    $400 2
"The Bourne Identity"
    $400 1
A tip for men trying on this Scottish garment: make sure the front of it falls between your legs when you sit
    $400 7
Ominously, this man's son Philip died in a duel in 1801 after challenging an enemy of his father
    $400 12
Darija is the form of this language spoken in Morocco
    $400 13
"Bracelets" is slang for these paired items used by police
    $400 14
A Chinese city on the Huangpu is the subject of a 17-syllable Japanese poem
    $800 3
"The Pelican Brief"
    $800 25
Now used on ball gowns, panniers are these under supports that hold dresses out at the sides
    $800 8
Call him "Il Duelce"--this leader of Italy was a part of several sword duels in his youth
    $800 18
Harira soup combines lentils, chickpeas & lamb & is popular in Morocco during this month of reduced eating
    $800 15
Mercury & aneroid are the 2 main types of this meteorological instrument
    $800 16
A 1990s Spanish dance craze using arm movements comes back as part of a "rebirth" following the Middle Ages
    $1200 4
"A Walk to Remember"
    $1200 26
The name of this traditional women's dress is from Sanskrit from garment
    $1200 9
This Texas hero & his knife became famous when he used it in an 1827 duel he was seconding that went wrong
    DD: $2,600 19
1963's "Sand War" against this eastern neighbor changed little geographically but did lead to lingering tension
    $1200 17
Fittingly in 2018 he ended the final set of his farewell concert tour with "The Sound Of Silence"
    $1200 24
The days of "openness" in the Soviet Union in the 1980s gives a fond feeling of reminiscence
    $1600 5
"Life of Pi"
    $1600 27
In 1986 Levi's launched this brand of casual khaki pants
    $1600 10
A metal coat button was the "Messiah" for this composer, catching a sword in a 1704 duel in Hamburg
    $1600 20
Ranges spanning Morocco include the Rif Mountains in its north & these mountains toward the south
    $1600 22
An estimated 1 in 6 U.S. adults indulge in this dangerous type of drinking 4 times a month, each time consuming about 7 drinks
    $1600 29
A European-based crime-fighting organization is haunted by a mischievous ghost
    $2000 6
    DD: $4,000 28
Among the Ndebele of South Africa, a jocolo is an apron worn starting with this occasion
    $2000 11
Henry Clay challenged John Randolph to a duel even though Randolph's insult was made in this protected place
    $2000 21
Per Title 1, Article 1 of the constitution, Morocco is governed as this, the only one in north Africa
    $2000 23
On June 17 Iceland celebrates its independence from this country
    $2000 30
A combination Swedish buffet/Italian brothel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Roberta Reid
$17,600 $3,000 $23,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a 1947 collection he solved 12 mysteries, including "The Cretan Bull" & "The Girdle of Hyppolita"

Final scores:

Steven Roberta Reid
$24,100 $5 $10,799
4-day champion: $88,300 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steven Roberta Reid
$16,800 $3,000 $25,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
5 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $45,400

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Game tape date: 2019-02-05
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