Show #8286 - Monday, November 23, 2020


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Henry Baer, a software engineer from Lafayette, California

Amanda Minafo, an undergraduate advisor from San Francisco, California

Charlie Fonville, a producer originally from Wichita Falls, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
A vaccine prevents hepatitis a in this organ but immune globulin can also prevent the issue if taken before or soon after exposure
    $200 11
To send a short message on an Internet microblogging site
    $200 17
If you don't know this type of hammer that uses compressed air, you don't know...
    $200 1
This city preceded "Common" in the '90s & "Public" in the 2000s
    $200 4
Just before his death, Lenin wrote of his wish to remove this man from the secretary generalship but that didn't work
    $200 14
Cat's out of the bag! In 2019 he officially revealed Clark Kent as his secret identity
    $400 23
These 2 almond-shaped female reproductive organs weigh only 4 to 8 grams
    $400 12
An inefficient way to type is to "hunt" & do this
    $400 18
This type of hammer has a curved back with a "V" cut that pries nails like its name
    DD: $1,000 2
Before overwhelming us with a bunch of shows featuring police & firemen, this city had "Hope"
    $400 5
Yuri Andropov was head of this Soviet security agency before becoming the nation's leader in 1982--wonder how that happened?
    $400 27
We bet you know that Clark County, with over 2 million people, is this state's most populous
    $600 24
The role of the cardiac sphincter is to close the end of this tube & trap food in the stomach
    $600 13
To concoct a secret plan
    $600 19
Peter Gabriel sang of this 10-pound hammer used to break rocks, "Why don't you call my name?"
    $600 3
Its "City Limits" look to be unlimited, as its music has been televised since 1975
    $600 8
The U.S. boycotted the 1980 Moscow Olympics in protest of Russia's invasion of this country the year before
    $600 28
Robert Goddard taught physics & did rocket experiments at his alma mater Clark University in this New England state
    $800 25
This convoluted, over-20' organ is ingeniously lined with folds & projections to increase its "tiny" surface area
    $800 15
To worry persistently in a gloomy way
    $800 20
This hammerlike tool with a wooden head is utilized to smack a chisel as well as to avoid a sticky wicket
    $800 6
Trippy moments by Darius (Lakeith Stanfield) on this FX show include explaining to a girl why she's actually a simulation
    $800 9
In a 2014 election, there was no box to check to vote for this republic to remain as part of Ukraine
    $800 29
Famous as a prosecutor in the 1990s, she has since become a best-selling author of crime fiction
    $1000 26
Surfactant is a fatty substance that coats the alveoli in this organ, enabling the chambers to expand more readily
    $1000 16
To talk softly & amorously is "to bill &" do this
    $1000 21
Bob Vila says this hammer with a hemispherical head is "the best hammer to use for metal... less likely to chip on contact"
    $1000 7
Scott Bakula took a quantum leap into the role of criminal investigator Dwayne Pride on "NCIS:" this city
    $1000 10
Name it whatever you want, Mr. the Great! In 1703 the czar founded this city on land taken from Sweden; around 5 mil. live there now
    $1000 30
This 20th century president shared his middle name of Clark with his father, a blacksmith & salesman

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

Charlie Amanda Henry
$2,400 $1,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Amanda Henry
$7,400 $3,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Your big, big yacht is welcome at Yacht Haven Grande on St. Thomas, an island in this U.S. chain
    $400 25
Michael Collins, after a huge moment during this mission: "Roger, Tranquility Base. It sure sounded great from up here"
    $400 7
To move a doorknob to & fro with short, quick jerks
    $400 9
It's slang for a $1 coin in Canada, a reference to the bird on the coin
    $400 15
In "Idylls of the King", this legendary queen finishes her life as an abbess in the nunnery at Almesbury
    $400 10
Songwriter Hoyt Axton changed the opening line of "Joy To The World" from "Jeremiah was a prophet" to this
    $800 29
Yas Marina is full of yachts in Abu Dhabi, one of these "E"s in the U.A.E.
    $800 17
A series of 2-man missions, this project saw Ed White get 20 minutes of serious me time as the first American to walk in space
    $800 6
To bicker over a price
    $800 19
His image on the nickel is based on a portrait of him as vice president at age 57
    $800 22
This chivalric knight is traditionally the father of Galahad
    $800 11
Rick James' only Grammy came after he sued & got credit for the hook in this 1990 MC Hammer song
    DD: $2,000 23
Yachts are welcome at the Marina Grande on the Isle of Capri, situated in the bay named for this southern Italian city
    $1200 8
Cornell medical grad Mae Jemison won fame aboard this Space Shuttle, spelled the British way with a "U"
    $1200 5
This music style blends Calypso & rhythm & blues, mon
    $1200 18
A 1,000-schilling coin shows her in her royal finery on one side & on the other, in disgrace at her 1793 trial in Paris
    $1200 14
You know, this "lady" happens to have a name--actually, several, including Nimue or Vivien, depending on the source
    $1200 12
In 1981 Dolly Parton & Sheena Easton both had No. 1 singles with this numerical phrase in their titles
    $1600 24
Port de Saint-Tropez, on what's known as the "French" this, has berths for hundreds of boats
    $1600 1
Kathy Sullivan is the first person to both walk in space & reach the deepest known part of the ocean, this "Deep"
    $1600 3
Is this a short, swordlike weapon used for stabbing which I see before me?
    $1600 20
Cloudberries & cloudberry flowers are on this country's 2-euro coin designed by Raimo Heino
    $1600 16
Before he battled the Green Knight, this hero appeared as Gwalchmei in ancient Welsh tales
    $1600 13
In 1957 Little Richard quit secular music for 5 years after seeing a sign in the sky that turned out to be this new satellite
    $2000 30
After you've disembarked from Spain, swing your super yacht over to this party island's marina
    DD: $4,200 2
In addition to making a notable 3 orbits around the Earth, this Ohio sen. co-wrote 1978's Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act
    $2000 4
It's a Scottish pudding, laddie, if ye like yer pudding wi' meat!
    $2000 28
A gold coin is named for this man who was president of the South African Republic from 1883 to 1900
    $2000 27
This man who killed Arthur is frozen with the traitors in the 9th circle of hell in Dante's "Inferno"
    $2000 21
In 1975, after hearing a mastered version of this now-classic album, Bruce Springsteen threw it in a pool

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Amanda Henry
$15,400 $7,600 $17,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Dirk Stikker, Dutch foreign minister 1948-1952, wrote, "Churchill's words won the war"; this American's "words won the peace"

Final scores:

Charlie Amanda Henry
$23,400 $0 $31,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $31,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charlie Amanda Henry
$14,800 $7,600 $14,200
27 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2020-09-14
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