Show #8284 - Thursday, November 19, 2020

Andy Wood game 4.


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Tuan Nguyen, an engineer originally from Pomona, California

Emily Brogren, a registered nurse from Santa Maria, California

Andy Wood, a writer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $64,798)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: They air this Sunday.)
    $200 6
Making her AMA debut in 2019, she performed "All The Good Girls Go To Hell" & also won the award for New Artist of the Year
    $200 5
This Central American country's name means "the savior"
    $200 11
Lots of stars in Lieve Verschuier's painting of Dutch folk watching one of these in the sky in 1680
    $200 26
January 17 is the day to "Ditch New Year's" these commitments; that sounds about right
    $200 16
Robert Frost wrote about "Mending" one
    $200 21
Chester, mascot of this brand, can't wait to get his paws on the Paws variety
    $400 7
In 2011 & 2012 this Adam Levine band was honored as the Favorite Pop/Rock Group
    $400 4
The second-largest one of these is found off Belize; the largest is the "Great" one off Australia
    DD: $5,000 12
Asked for a nativity scene, British artist Edward Burne-Jones produced an 8 x 12 foot watercolor "Star of" this city
    $400 27
"Seinfeld" popularized this Dec. 23 holiday "for the rest of us"
    $400 17
These items will keep certain insects from getting to your clothes
    $400 22
In the U.K. Pringles marked the holidays with a special flavor named for these sausage-wrapped-in-pastry treats
    $600 8
Nominated for 2 awards in 2019, they made their first AMA appearance in more than 10 years with a special performance of "Only Human"
    $600 3
Nicoya, Costa Rica is one of these "colorful" zones in which the population lives longer on average
    $600 13
Abstract artist Sean Scully has been painting stripes for decades, inspired by the traditional djellaba of this continent
    $600 28
March 26 is make up your own holiday day, so in 2017, Matt McCarthy created this Vulcan blessing day
    $600 18
From Old Norse for "shriek", it's an angry storm at sea
    $600 23
This Oregon-based brand is named for something you probably associate more with making tea than chips
    $800 9
In 2013, joined by Lil Mama, 2 of the 3 original members of this group reunited to sing their '90s megahit "Waterfalls"
    $800 2
Hurricane Mitch in 1998 caused the waters of Lake Managua in this country to overflow, causing significant damage
    $800 14
Before moving southwest, she loved the Adirondacks & painted a starlit night over Lake George
    $800 29
April 17 / International this Day / 5-7-5...nice
    $800 19
Another word for bile, it refers to impudent brazenness
    $800 24
Hawaiian brand features a type of chip named for this onion of the islands
    $1000 10
Everyone was definitely feeling it when this band performed "Feel It Still"
    $1000 1
Tegucigalpa, the capital of this country, was founded in 1578 as a base for gold & silver mining operations
    $1000 15
Gene Davis liked painting stripes; here's the 400-foot work titled "Franklin's Footpath" he put in front of this city's Museum of Art
    $1000 30
"No" these pieces of clothing day is May 8; Albert Einstein would have reveled in it
    $1000 20
This compound word refers to unexpected profits
    $1000 25
Named for the nearest star, these treats have Garden Salsa & Harvest Cheddar varieties

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

Andy Emily Tuan
$11,800 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Emily Tuan
$13,000 $2,000 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will be a body part, but used in a different context than what we're used to seeing.)
    $400 21
With an innocent bride & a scheming villain, 1860's "The Colleen Bawn" was this popular type of play with "drama" right in the word
    $400 16
One of the oldest repositories of African-American history, the DuSable Museum is a fixture of this Midwest city's South Side
    $400 11
Spelled with a "C", it's a unit of weight for diamonds; spelled with a "K", it's a measure of the purity of gold
    $400 26
187 countries--but not the U.S.--are party to the Basel Conv. on "movements of hazardous" these, like asbestos & mercury
    $400 6
This title janitor played by Matt Damon could run categories from linear algebra to American Revolution historians
    $400 1
On a clock's face, these parts show you the time
    $800 22
Guy ends his family line by picking this non-reproducing profession in "Guy Domville", a painful flop for playwright Henry James
    $800 17
Arturo Schomburg's collection in a branch of the N.Y. Public Library in this Manhattan area contributed to a renaissance there
    $800 12
Mieszko I, a duke of this country, expanded its borders to the Baltic Sea in the 960s
    $800 27
A 1963 treaty banned these tests "in the atmosphere, in outer space, and under water"
    $800 7
Brilliant German historian Oswald Spengler inspired the name of Egon Spengler in this 1984 movie
    $800 2
The outwardly projecting parts on the rim of a gear or saw
    $1200 23
Marie Duplessis, who died of this disease at age 23 in 1847, inspired Alexandre Dumas fils to write "La Dame aux Camelias"
    $1200 18
E.E. Ward Moving & Storage is the oldest Black-owned co. in the U.S., dating to the 1840s when a Ward was a conductor on this
    $1200 13
He composed the classic songs "I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandy" & "Give My Regards To Broadway"
    $1200 28
Spain agreed to a 1958 high seas conservation treaty but said it didn't change things in the waters around this British territory
    $1200 8
Maybe ANAGRAMS or BEFORE & AFTER would challenge this omniscient guy
    $1200 3
If you face up to your actions, you've done this to the blame, taken responsibility
    DD: $4,000 24
This Scandinavian's last play, "When We Dead Awaken", ends with an avalanche burying the 2 main characters
    $1600 19
In 1870 Hiram Revels was almost blocked as the first African-American in this job because he hadn't been a citizen for 9 years
    $1600 14
More than 55 million people in Guangdong & Guangxi speak this variety of Chinese that's also called Yue
    $1600 9
The evil genius from the world of the "Watchmen" can sign in as Adrian Veidt or with this other name, whatever he likes
    $1600 4
You can finger a suspect; this other digit means casually turn through the pages of a magazine
    $2000 25
His 1893 "A Woman of No Importance" has lines like "Never trust a woman who tells one her real age"; she "would tell one anything"
    $2000 20
In 1919, as part of his Back to Africa plan, Marcus Garvey founded this, contrasting with the name of a British ship line
    $2000 15
It's the "CN" in CN Tower, a communications tower in Toronto
    $2000 10
Arthur Dietrich was the brilliant police detective played by Steve Landesberg on this 1970s sitcom
    DD: $6,200 5
An extensive deposit in a rock fissure containing desirable minerals or ore

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Emily Tuan
$19,000 $13,600 $13,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Alpendog was a proposed name for this dog breed

Final scores:

Andy Emily Tuan
$27,201 $26,600 $13,601
4-day champion: $91,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Emily Tuan
$14,400 $11,200 $9,000
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2020-09-09
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