Show #8009 - Thursday, June 6, 2019

Emma Boettcher game 4.


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Salomé Gonstad, a freelance writer from Hanceville, Alabama

Brendan Roach, a policy researcher and advisor from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Emma Boettcher, a user experience librarian from Chicago, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $97,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The place.)
    $200 28
In the immortal words of Meghan Trainor, you should be "all about that" this
    $200 4
In 1946 Tote'm Convenience Stores got this new name to reflect its new extended hours
    $200 29
Bucky Barnes fought alongside this hero in World War II
    $200 11
Humans can't produce this scurvy-fighting vitamin internally, but you can take supplements to treat hay fever
    $200 30
Macau was the last overseas territory of this European nation
    $200 10
A transparent panel in a car's top
    $400 27
If you're trying to soundproof your studio, try this material that's got the same name as an Irish county
    $400 5
The letters in GEICO stand for Government Employees this Company
    $400 13
Donna Troy was an orphan this woman brought back to Paradise Island
    $400 19
On "60 Minutes" Roger Clemens said he did get shots of this vitamin
    $400 21
This industry in Macau goes back to fan-tan tables of the 1850s
    $400 9
In Europe this animal is called an elk
    $600 14
Midas says "properly functioning" these "not only sound better, they are better"
    $600 6
If photographic memory serves me, this company's name was derived from Nippon Kogaku meaning "Japanese Optical"
    $600 12
Kato did more than drive as this hero's chauffeur
    $600 20
The Silver Women type of this Pfizer multivitamin brand has Vitamin D & calcium to promote bone health
    $600 18
Macau-born Ming-Na Wen voiced this title Disney heroine who saves China
    $600 1
Bipolar & Seasonal Affective are this type of disorder
    $800 15
If, like Odysseus, you want to hear these tuneful ladies but not die, tie yourself to the mast as you sail by
    $800 7
In 1956 Chuck Williams opened his first cookware store in this California city, hence the name of the chain
    $800 25
Arthur flits around this big blue hero
    $800 23
Vitamin A covers a lot of ground, helping fight acne, ulcers, asthma & this, abnormally high fluid pressure in the eye
    $800 3
80% of Macau's population speaks this southern Chinese dialect
    $800 2
To secure a boat with lines or anchors
    $1000 17
Go to this 3-letter audio company's website & they'll tell you the name of certified theaters in your area
    DD: $2,800 16
This toy company that expanded into global play & entertainment was named for founding siblings Henry & Hillel Hassenfeld
    $1000 26
The rotund Obelix helps this fellow Gaul fight off the Romans
    $1000 24
This B-complex vitamin was found in the 1930s to cure a nutrition deficiency in dogs called black tongue
    $1000 22
The expulsion of the British from Macau was one of the events leading up to this 1840s drug war
    $1000 8
Those aren't hippos, they are these creatures created by Finnish author Tove Jansson

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

Emma Brendan! Salomé
$1,200 $2,800 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Brendan! Salomé
$3,800 $6,200 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And then, you can...)
    $400 17
Dr. Richard Kimble hunts down the one-armed man in this movie; Sam Gerard hunts down Dr. Kimble
    $400 30
We're counting on you to name this style of bed seen here
    $400 21
In 1429 she led her troops at Orleans, driving the English back across the Loire River
    $400 29
The Mojave River streams north for 100 miles through desert in this state
    $400 28
He's the island magician in "The Tempest"
    $400 27
This stage of sleep is usually said as a 3-letter acronym, but as a Georgia band name, it's spelled out
    $800 16
Grouchy Lemmon & Matthau lived up to the title of this 1993 movie
    $800 26
In an office, this type of table, often rectangular & 12 to 14 feet long, can seat 10 to 12 people
    $800 12
Morton Sobell, who got 30 years when tried as a spy along with this couple, died in 2018 at age 101
    DD: $6,000 8
This "colorful" river flows north, forming 440 miles of the North Dakota-Minnesota border & then on into Canada
    $800 3
"Only an Irish Boy" is one of his rags-to-riches novels
    $800 25
These 3 letters can be said as an acronym for a savings account, but are always spelled out for an Irish militia
    $1200 13
"My wife is dead?" asks this Sacha Baron Cohen title guy; "High five! Great!"
    $1200 20
This brand was started by the two cousins seen here, who built their first recliner in 1927
    $1200 11
On Nov. 5, 1862 the President ordered this "Little Mac" to go, relieving him from command of the Army of the Potomac
    $1200 7
The Willamette River flows north for about 180 miles into this river near Portland
    $1200 1
The epigraph to this E.L. Doctorow novel is a quote by Scott Joplin
    $1200 22
You say "est" when referring to a 1970s self-help movement, but E.S.T. is "Eastern" this
    $1600 14
Dennis Hopper as the very creepy Frank asked, "What kind of beer do you like?" in this David Lynch film
    $1600 19
This word came to be used for both an ornate chest of drawers & a cabinet containing a chamber pot
    DD: $5,000 5
As Chief Justice he presided over the Roe v. Wade & Pentagon Papers cases
    $1600 9
The Niagara River travels north 36 miles between these 2 Great Lakes
    $1600 2
1832, the year he died, could be called this German author's Dämmerung
    $1600 23
This 4-letter college military group can be spelled out or sounded out rhyming with "Yahtzee"
    $2000 15
In "Kill Bill" the bride takes on this savage antagonist, code name: Cottonmouth, actress: Lucy Liu
    $2000 18
This French name for a writing desk with drawers & compartments goes back to Latin for a writing room
    $2000 6
A biography told of "The Prophet Outcast:" this October Revolution man & eventual Russian exile, "1929-1940"
    $2000 10
One of Pittsburgh's "Three Rivers", it runs 128 miles north to join the Allegheny
    $2000 4
Wallace Stevens titled a poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at" this bird
    $2000 24
DOS is a programming language; DoS. is short for "denial of" this & is a computer attack

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Brendan! Salomé
$19,000 $19,200 $16,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Steinbeck called him "just a voice and a guitar" but said his songs embodied "the will of a people to endure and fight against oppression"

Final scores:

Emma Brendan! Salomé
$5,199 $38,200 $32,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $38,200 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Emma Brendan! Salomé
$13,800 $14,000 $16,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
19 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $44,200

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Game tape date: 2019-03-12
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