Show #7962 - Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Steven Grade game 5.


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Anika Gregg, an operations manager from Belmont, Massachusetts

Erich Johnson, a musician and grad student from Brooklyn, New York

Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $88,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
New Guinea:
Indonesia & this country
    $200 3
This game played on a board with 24 spear-shaped points utilizes dice & often a doubling cube
    $200 4
A Slovakian Jew is forced to leave a permanent mark on his fellow prisoners in "The Tattooist of" this notorious concentration camp
    $200 1
She won back to back in 2008 & '09 for her role as high-stakes lawyer Patty Hewes on "Damages"
    $200 13
The drink called Sly goes to Havana requires the light type of this liquor
    $200 17
A dangerous storm that can form over tropical waters; a hurricane is one type
    $400 23
Saint Martin (or Sint Maarten):
France & this other one-time European colonial power
    $400 5
In craps if you bet on the pass line & the first throw of the dice equals either of these 2 numbers, you win
    $400 6
"China Rich Girlfriend" & "Rich People Problems" are follow-ups to this bestseller by Kevin Kwan
    $400 2
To win for 2015 Viola Davis really killed in her role as law professor Annalise Keating on this mystery
    $400 14
When I find myself in times of trouble, bloody Mary comes to me, traditionally with this booze, let it be
    $400 24
Grammatically, the song title "You Are Loved By Her, Yeah Yeah Yeah" would be in this voice
    $600 28
The resort island of Usedom, near the mouth of the River Oder:
Poland & this country
    $600 15
In this classic game a large straight gets you 40 points & 5 of a kind gets you this, 50 points & the name of the game
    $600 10
Rosie is the seemingly untrainable circus elephant in this bestselling novel by Sara Gruen
    $600 7
Her grim work of catching evildoers & comforting victims on "Law & Order: SVU" was rewarded with a 2006 Emmy
    $600 18
In the U.S. it's a 3-letter abbrev. for a Pabst product; in China it's a premium ale that can run you upwards of $40
    $600 25
Many an old westerner packed his pistol in the Mexican loop style of this
    $800 29
A Turkish ethnic minority & this ethnic majority
    $800 16
Seen here are tiles & dice for this game
    $800 11
This domestic thriller by Darcey Bell became a 2018 film starring Anna Kendrick & Blake Lively
    $800 8
For most of the 1980s Tyne & Sharon took turns winning the award for their work on this show
    $800 19
To make a dirty martini, add this type of brine or juice
    $800 26
For a standup comic, it's an overlubricated member of the audience who keeps interrupting
    $1000 30
These 2 countries
    $1000 20
Hasbro sells a retro 1986 edition of this game with its iconic dome-shaped Pop-O-Matic die roller
    DD: $1,000 12
This memoir recounts what Elizabeth Gilbert did in Italy, India & Indonesia, respectively
    $1000 9
Cue the slo-mo, she was the title bionic woman Jaime Sommers & the 1977 winner
    $1000 21
If you fancy a dry Rob Roy, this is the main potent potable in the glass
    $1000 27
The hazelnut is also called this, for a saint on whose feast day it is often ripe

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

Steven Erich Anika
$2,200 -$1,000 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Erich Anika
$5,800 $800 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
In his "Travels", this Italian man described a unicorn-like animal & other wonders
    $400 4
The first official Olympic mascot was Waldi, one of these low-to-the-ground dogs, at the 1972 games in Munich
    $400 15
Columbia University botanist Nathaniel Lord Britton helped establish this city's botanical garden
    $400 9
In Genesis 3:23 he passes out of Eden, never to return
    $400 17
Kentucky's first commercial mine for this fuel opened in Muhlenberg County in 1820
    $400 10
1 inch equals 25.4 of these units
    $800 1
Landless peasants did most of the farm work in this socioeconomic system with the nobility on top & the serfs below
    $800 3
Herb Brooks coached the U.S. to the "Miracle on Ice" hockey victory at this site in the Adirondacks
    $800 16
The Hortus Botanicus Leiden began the 17th century "mania" for these bulb flowers
    $800 11
He goes from Bethlehem to the Valley of Elah, where he wins a big fight with a big guy
    $800 27
NASA's giant Saturn V rocket was powered by more than 700,000 gallons of hydrogen & oxygen in this state
    $800 12
First name of Mr. Finn, a Chicago saloon keeper of bad repute
    $1200 5
Theodoric was one of these religious leaders in opposition to the accepted bishop of Rome
    $1200 6
Olympic sports that have been discontinued include croquet, pigeon shooting & this team sport using a rope
    $1200 18
Longwood Gardens near Philadelphia originated with land purchased from this Quaker in 1700
    DD: $3,000 19
Saul is on the road to this city when a heavenly light knocks him off his feet
    $1200 28
Ireland & Finland are among the world's leading producers of this spongy plant fuel
    $1200 22
It's a Spanish-named drink of beer, lime juice & other seasonings
    $1600 13
Helping us balance our checkbooks, Leonardo of Pisa introduced this, sifr in Arabic, to Western math in 1202
    $1600 7
If you're about to do the winter Olympic event called short track, you'll be wanting these on your feet
    $1600 25
This country's Jardim Botânico on Madeira is quite colorful
    $1600 20
While journeying from Beersheba to Haran, he sleeps on a stone pillow & dreams of a ladder
    $1600 29
Methane is the main component of CNG, this vehicle fuel
    DD: $3,600 23
6-letter cloud of unpleasant vapor
    $2000 14
In 1390 this group soon to rule Turkey took Philadelphia, the last Byzantine city in Asia Minor
    $2000 8
Roman Sebrle & Ashton Eaton share the Olympic record with exactly 8,893 points in this track & field competition
    $2000 26
The Millennium Seed Bank in this British garden has representatives of more than 10% of all seed-bearing wild plants
    $2000 21
This prophet goes from the port of Joppa to Nineveh, with a 3-day detour that must've been quite unpleasant
    $2000 30
"Bio" this, made from recycled cooking oil & other fats, can be used in most vehicles built to run on the regular version
    $2000 24
Glauconite & muscovite are types of this rock-forming mineral

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Erich Anika
$16,800 $9,600 $13,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

These 2 “monarchs” of popular culture both passed away on August 16, one in 2018, the other 41 years earlier

Final scores:

Steven Erich Anika
$27,201 $0 $7,999
5-day champion: $115,501 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steven Erich Anika
$18,600 $9,600 $13,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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Game tape date: 2019-02-05
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