Show #8285 - Friday, November 20, 2020

Andy Wood game 5.


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Rhonda Craft, a training specialist originally from Muskegon, Michigan

Charlie Fonville, a producer originally from Wichita Falls, Texas

Andy Wood, a writer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 4-day cash winnings total $91,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Like many Jakes, quarterback Plummer got this rhyming nickname
    $200 1
This Real Housewife of Atlanta is married to Greg Leakes
    $200 23
This number is in Heinz' slogan
    $200 6
In the Christmas carol "Silent Night", "all is" this, "all is bright"
    $200 21
Piraeus' modern port is the gateway between this world capital & the numerous surrounding islands of the country
    $200 16
DHMO, or di-this monoxide, is a jocular way to say "water"
    $400 12
Brother of Maggie, this actor played Billy Crystal's son in "City Slickers"
    $400 2
A song by Silento mentions the whip & this other dance
    $400 25
This 2-digit number is part of the title of the artwork seen here
    $400 7
These creatures swim hundreds of miles upriver from the Pacific to spawn
    $400 22
In 2019 4 of the 5 largest ports by shipping container volume were in this country, including the one in Shenzhen
    $400 17
"How Bright Was the Big Bang?" is an article from the AJP, the American Journal of this
    $600 11
The ballpark of this American League team was once known as Jacobs Field, or "The Jake"
    $600 3
This Hawaiian goose has half-webbed feet for walking on rough lava rock
    DD: $5,000 26
"The Main Street of America" was a nickname for this historic route
    $600 8
Part of your lower leg, or a baby black Angus
    $600 28
The Port of Long Beach is paired with this big city's port as part of the San Pedro Bay Port Complex
    $600 18
At NASA, EOM means end of this--time for a cold one!
    $800 14
"Raging Bull" was a hit as it was based on his memoir
    $800 4
This nostalgia group sang "Blue Moon" & "Tears On My Pillow" on the soundtrack of the movie "Grease"
    $800 24
Blood money is a synonym for this many pieces of silver, Judas' payment for betraying Jesus
    $800 9
There's a silent L in this word for silently sneaking up on prey
    $800 29
Jebel Ali is a massive port in this largest city of the United Arab Emirates
    $800 19
LED is short for this emitting diode
    $1000 15
Surname of the Jake character played by John Belushi
    $1000 5
In the title of a No. 1 hit by Steam, these 4 words precede "kiss him goodbye"
    $1000 27
Nate Silver is the editor in chief of this website
    $1000 10
"To act on" someone's this is to represent their interests
    $1000 30
Located at the mouths of the Meuse & the Rhine, this city is the largest port in Europe
    $1000 20
As a measurement of volume, CCs are these

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

Andy Charlie Rhonda
$2,600 $4,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Charlie Rhonda
$10,800 $7,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
In 2020 Stephenie Meyer returned to her "Twilight" characters with "Midnight Sun", told from this vampire's vantage
    $400 30
The steelhead is an oceangoing type of this fish of the family Salmonidae
    $400 3
Kong qiu was the birth name of this Chinese philosopher of the 500s & 400s B.C.
    $400 21
Fairy tale-esque Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany was an inspiration for Sleeping Beauty's Castle at this SoCal location
    $400 11
"Farewell" in Spanish, it derives from a term meaning "may (you) be (commended) to God"
    $400 1
Holy guacamole, in the '70s kitchen appliances in this shade of green were all the rage
    $800 17
The nonfiction "Hidden Valley Road" tells of a family with 12 kids, 6 of whom were diagnosed with this "split mind" disorder
    $800 29
In the musical "Finian's Rainbow", Finian & his daughter have been followed by one of these creatures from Irish folklore
    $800 4
Early Roman walls were named for these one-eyed giants, considered the only ones strong enough to lift the stones used
    $800 23
The 9 onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral tower over this city
    $800 12
It's the perch you proverbially "rule" when you have total control
    $800 2
Popular dance songs of the '60s included ones called this & the Peppermint this
    $1200 18
Connell & Marianne attend Trinity College in this world capital in Sally Rooney's "Normal People"
    $1200 28
This Thom Yorke band was innovative in 2007, releasing its album "In Rainbows" via Internet download
    $1200 5
The Chi Rho symbol, combining two letters of Christ's name in Greek, appeared to this Roman emperor who converted to Christianity
    DD: $4,000 24
A Baháʼí temple in New Delhi bears the name of this sacred aquatic flower
    $1200 13
Bike shorts are often made of this 5-letter fabric that DuPont began marketing in 1962
    $1200 8
Claude the crab & Peace the Bear are 2 of these collectible stuffed animals from the 1990s
    $1600 19
"Stories From a South African Childhood" is the subtitle of this memoir by Trevor Noah
    $1600 26
The rainbow bridge Bifrost was the way one got from Earth to this realm of the gods
    $1600 6
In the 7th century B.C., Sennacherib of this front-of-the-alphabet empire made Nineveh his capital
    $1600 22
Like the U.S. Capitol, Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum has this feature, a central area located under the main dome
    $1600 14
It means a two-footed creature
    DD: $2,000 9
Antonio Pasin's fascination with a still newish medium & with air travel inspired him to call his toy wagon this
    $2000 20
This woman wrote the Holocaust-set children's book "Number the Stars"
    $2000 27
"The Rainbow" by this British author was branded obscene after its 1915 release
    $2000 7
For the Ancient Olympic games, the hellanodikai were folks chosen to do this, which is what hellanodikai means
    $2000 25
Found in Kuala Lumpur, this pair of skyscrapers were the world's tallest buildings from 1996 to 2004
    $2000 15
This French word means a feeling of tedium & dissatisfaction
    $2000 10
According to Billboard, this sax man was the No. 1 instrumentalist of the 1990s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Charlie Rhonda
$14,000 $25,000 $9,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The word "Practical" was dropped from the title of this hit musical not long before it premiered in 1981 on London's West End

Final scores:

Andy Charlie Rhonda
$27,990 $30,000 $7
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andy Charlie Rhonda
$9,600 $22,200 $8,600
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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Game tape date: 2020-09-09
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