Show #8111 - Monday, December 9, 2019

Jennifer Quail game 4.


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Ann Baur, a program manager from Seattle, Washington

Jeff Kushner, a health care regulator from Baltimore, Maryland

Jennifer Quail, a wine tasting consultant from Dowagiac, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $90,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Yes, that's a bullet train, and yes, it's making good time passing by this peak
    $200 12
We're gonna par-tay at this beach, 60 miles northeast of Orlando, & watch 500 miles of left turns at its intl. speedway!
    $200 4
The name Papadopoulos means "son of" this person, who in Greek Orthodoxy is sometimes married
    $200 17
Swimmers do it fast, but traffic may "slow to" one
    $200 16
2 tales set in this month are "The Frozen Fields" by Paul Bowles & "The Gift of the Magi"
    $200 26
Pikachu, the most iconic Pokémon character, has shown up as a 50' balloon in this annual U.S. parade
    $400 15
Vinyl record lovers will jump to respond to the name for this device that's spinning the train
    $400 9
Yo Broseph! We'll show respect in this capital as we visit the Peace Tower's Memorial Chamber honoring Canada's war dead
    $400 5
Every year in Gloucester, England you can chase down a hill after a wheel of this, the double Gloucester kind
    $400 18
You're delinquent & have been declared this kind of late for school again; one more & it's detention
    $400 24
"The Settlers" &, naturally, "The Martian" are tales in this 1950 Ray Bradbury volume
    $400 27
In the franchise's 20th anniversary year in 2016, this in-the-real-world version was released--"Gotta catch 'em all!"
    $600 8
The Pere Marquette 1225, seen here, served as the prototype for the title train in this 2004 film in which Tom Hanks did several voices
    $600 2
Your period drama won Grand Prix at the film festival in this resort city in Alpes-Maritimes Département?! Way to go, bruh!
    $600 6
In 2014 Kiwi songbird Lorde met K.C. slugger George Brett, who inspired this hit song of hers
    $600 21
Its "pace" tops out at 50 yards per hour for the garden type
    $600 23
2 supermarket tales: "Last Meal at Whole Foods" (2014) & this 1961 John Updike classic set in a letter-perfect store
    $600 28
The process of a Pokémon turning into another is known as this, like plants & animals adapting & changing over long periods
    $800 3
The London-to-Edinburgh locomotive known as "The Flying" this "Man", was Britain's first, clocked at 100 miles per hour
    $800 10
Lafitte's blacksmith shop...isn't one? It says it is "the oldest structure used as a bar in the U.S.", on this N.O. St.? We're so there!
    $800 14
At these events, Calvin Coolidge might drop pre-submitted queries to the floor & then say, "No questions today"
    $800 13
This 3-letter word can refer to your slow pace in a race or to your computer's slow response
    $800 22
He helps the twit Bertie Wooster out of jams in P.G. Wodehouse's "Leave it to" him & him "and the Unbidden Guest"
    $800 29
Like a person who prepares horses for racing, it's someone who captures Pokémon & readies & directs them in battle
    $1000 7
A famed landscape painter, this Brit depicted the Great Western Railway in 1844 with his usual dramatic atmosphere
    $1000 11
Come for some bro time & catch walleye on this Great Lake; my buddy in Sandusky, Ohio says we can crash at his place
    $1000 19
The National Zoo in Washington has a lion cam, a naked mole-rat cam & of course this, showing Tian Tian & Mei Xiang
    $1000 20
This 10-letter word for slow contains one of the 4 humors once thought to determine temperament
    DD: $1,500 25
In a classic tale General Zaroff explains that Cape buffalo is not "The Most Dangerous Game" to hunt; this is

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

Jennifer Jeff Ann
$6,600 $600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Jeff Ann
$10,500 $1,200 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will begin with the letter C, and end with that letter.)
    $400 22
On June 10, 1941 he said, "The British... are the only people who like to be told how bad things are"
    $400 15
Unreal: the town of Godric's Hollow, the final hiding place for Harry Potter's parents before they were killed by this man
    $400 8
This guitarist is quite the 2-timer, with The Yardbirds in 1992 & no surprise, with Led Zeppelin 3 years later
    $400 3
In this traditional holiday ballet, Clara defends the title object against the king of the mice
    $800 24
These 2 words fill in the quote by jurist William Blackstone: "It is better that 10 ___ persons escape, than that 1 ___ suffer"
    $800 16
Real: Humpybong & Burpengary, places in this Aussie "land" that holds its own in odd names
    $800 1
He's actually a 3-timer, getting the call for his work with The Yardbirds, Cream & as a solo act
    $800 4
Matthew Bourne's Xmastime-set dance adaptation of this Tim Burton film about a boy with dangerous mitts was first staged in 2005
    $1200 25
In 1969 Curt Flood, a player in this sport, wrote to its commissioner, "After 12 years... I do not feel I am a piece of property"
    $1200 18
Unreal: Mildendo, which must be a small town, as it's the capital of this land in "Gulliver's Travels"
    $1200 5
He punched his hall pass in 1996 with The Velvet Underground, and again in 2015 on his own
    $1200 11
This adjective meaning "puzzling" is used for a type of crossword
    $1200 9
An original model of something, or any unconscious idea held by all members of society
    $1200 12
If you're in London stop by the National Gallery to see Botticelli's "Mystic" this, the first-Christmas scene
    $1600 26
Dick Cheney, talking of this, something his daughter Mary went on to do: "I think freedom means freedom for everyone"
    $1600 19
Unreal: Pandemonium or "All Demons", the capital of hell in this long poem
    $1600 6
Man, "Some Guys Have All The Luck"! This singer went in solo in '94 & went in again as one of the Faces in 2012
    $1600 10
A priest or rabbi
    $1600 2
Knowing smoking is bad for your health but doing it anyway is an example of "cognitive" this, simultaneous incongruent beliefs
    DD: $4,000 13
A collaboration of brother composer & sister librettist, this opera version of a brother-&-sister kids' tale is a yuletide tradition
    $2000 23
Fill in the French quote: de Gaulle said, "La France a perdu une bataille! Mais la France n'a pas perdu la..."
    $2000 20
Real: Nether Wallop in England, owned in the 11th century by this earl whose son Harold was once king
    $2000 7
He did the 2-fer in one night in 1997: as the middle name in a harmony-singing trio & with Buffalo Springfield
    DD: $5,000 17
Greek for "to cleanse" gives us this word that describes an experience that relieves pent-up emotions
    $2000 21
Most psychologists now refer to multiple personality disorder as D.I.D., or this type of "identity disorder"
    $2000 14
This composer's 1734 "Christmas Oratorio" uses as part of its text Martin Luther's Bible translation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Jeff Ann
$21,700 $5,200 $15,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

George H.W. Bush in 1988 was the first sitting vice president to be elected to the top job since this man 152 years before

Final scores:

Jennifer Jeff Ann
$33,000 $2 $6,499
4-day champion: $123,300 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jennifer Jeff Ann
$18,800 $5,200 $12,200
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
7 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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Game tape date: 2019-10-05
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