Show #8325 - Friday, January 29, 2021

Zach Newkirk game 6.


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Bo Mendez, a museum and cultural professional originally from New Braunfels, Texas

Kristen Seigel, a high school Spanish teacher from Columbus, Ohio

Zach Newkirk, an attorney from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 5-day cash winnings total $110,870)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Lose that 6-pack & get that 6-pack! Men's Health dealt with these muscles in an article called "Navel Maneuvers"
    $200 1
March 1830: I'm driving the team of oxen as my family moves to this state; I plan to get into some serious rail-splitting there
    $200 6
Jesus walked on this body of water also called Kinnereth & Gennesaret
    $200 8
Seen here, QR code stands for this type of response, as it gets your ticket read in a hurry
    $200 15
A white-faced silent performer
    $400 13
Welch's says the Concord type of this used for its juices are "pressed whole within 8 hours of being picked", with 2 servings per glass
    $400 2
The "fatal first of January", 1841: Woe! My engagement to this woman has broken off! (but something tells me we'll wed next year)
    $400 7
The Gospel of John says this village is where Jesus not only performed a wedding miracle but healed a man far off in Capernaum
    $400 9
DNA & messenger RNA carry this code
    $400 16
A cooking herb in the mint family
    $600 20
WebMD says people can drink this juice to help prevent UTIs; the jury's still out on kidney stones & pleurisy
    $600 28
Joe Starkey, mid-kickoff return as Cal Berkeley beat this rival: "Oh, the band is out on the field! He's gonna go into the end zone!"
    $600 3
1848: I'm in Congress repping this party, but starting to think there might be a lane for a new, real anti-slavery party
    $600 23
Paul's epistle to the Ephesians was addressed to a people in an Ancient Greek city that is today in this country
    $600 10
California's building code says this is "a primarily vertical structure containing one or more flues"
    $600 17
The peal of a small bell
    $800 21
Aka sumo stance, wide stance these work the inside thigh muscles as you move up & down & do a lot more than "diddly"
    $800 27
At the PGA Champ. in 2002, "Hello", these was Jim Nantz' subtle message to his ailing father & it became Jim's signature opening
    DD: $1,000 4
June 16, 1858: I'm gonna use "A house divided against itself cannot stand" as I begin taking him on for Senate! He's got no chance
    $800 24
God tells Jonah to preach against the people of this city; at first he flees, but later he gets into denouncing them
    $800 11
The Air Force Academy's code of this quality says, "We will not lie, steal or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does"
    $800 18
Citrus aurantifolia
    $1000 22
You can burn around 400 cals. an hour, decrease stress & get in cardio doing this, throwing jabs & hooks at an imaginary foe
    $1000 26
Calls from this college hoops man: "Dipsy-doo, dunk-a-roo!" & He's a "diaper dandy", baby!
    $1000 5
November 1861: after Gen. Scott's resignation, I'm putting this man in charge of all the armies--what could possibly go wrong?
    $1000 25
Now the largest city in the Negev Desert, it was where Abraham made a covenant with the Philistine King Abimelech in Genesis 21
    $1000 14
ZIP code stands for "zone" this "plan", as it was expected to make mail delivery better
    $1000 19
A geographic location with a particular meteorological environment

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

Zach Kristen Bo
$3,000 $1,000 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Zach Kristen Bo
$4,800 $2,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
"Dear, old, sleepy place... full of spells", wrote Amy Lowell about this city's Athenaeum Library, founded by her ancestor
    $400 7
Pop musicians joined together & recorded "Do They Know It's Christmas?" in 1984 to raise money for famine relief in this country
    $400 2
Major towns in this Caribbean nation include Jacmel, P├ętion-Ville & Port-de-Paix
    $400 1
To be merciless to an enemy is to show "no" this coin
    $400 17
The closest star to our sun, Proxima this has an Earth-like planet that was discovered in 2016 & could possibly support life
    $400 24
Going low, Meghan Trainor was "All About That" this in a 2014 No. 1
    $800 19
George Herbert's poetic query "Is there in truth no" this? became the title of the "Star Trek" episode with the Medusans
    $800 8
In 1983 this Swiss company introduced its iconic new timepieces, which became a craze
    $800 3
The largest range in Jamaica, these mountains are famous as a source of coffee beans
    $800 12
To "drop" one of these is to inform on someone, like by calling the cops from an old payphone
    $800 18
Castor & Pollux are the 2 brightest stars in this constellation that's also a sign of the zodiac
    $800 25
In 1994 this R&B group spent 14 weeks at No. 1 singing, "I'll make love to you, like you want me to"
    $1200 20
Joseph Severn went with this poet to Rome, made a deathbed drawing of him & was buried next to him when Severn died 58 years later
    $1200 9
Not your typical sitcom, this TV show featuring a shoe salesman's less-than-perfect family life premiered in 1987
    $1200 4
The easternmost of Cuba's 15 provinces is this single-named one near where the U.S. maintains a military base
    $1200 13
Something valueless is "not worth a" this colorful 2-word coin phrase
    $1200 23
In the top 5 brightest stars, Arcturus is found in this constellation in the northern sky; oh, shake shake shake, shake your...
    $1200 28
This 1998 Cher megahit with a 1-word title took 6 songwriters & almost a decade to put together
    $1600 21
In 1920s London Virginia Woolf & others were baffled by this transplanted American poet's habit of wearing green face powder
    $1600 10
In 1989 Tom Petty sang, "My sister got lucky, married" this kind of successful person, a word coined earlier in the decade
    $1600 5
Boulders form secluded pools at the Baths, a beach area in this colony of the queen
    $1600 14
"Don't take any" of these, like the commemorative souvenirs made for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair
    $1600 26
When you see this Down Under constellation for the 1st time, check out Alpha Crucis & the Coalsack molecular cloud
    $1600 29
Despite the fact that "We had joy, we had fun, we had" this title in 1974, it really is one seriously depressing tune
    $2000 22
This 11th century Persian "Rubaiyat" poet was an astronomer who devised a calendar more accurate than ours
    $2000 11
This Democrat was governor of Massachusetts for most of the decade
    DD: $3,000 6
2 capital cities are located on this Caribbean island: Marigot, which is French, & Philipsburg, which is Dutch
    $2000 15
When this alliterative phrase offering to wager money against bakery treats first appeared, the coins were still silver
    DD: $2,600 27
The name of this bright red star in the constellation Scorpius denotes it as a rival of the Greek god of war
    $2000 30
About 20 years after Ray Charles hit No. 1 with this tune, it became a state song

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Zach Kristen Bo
$17,000 $7,000 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Army's longest continuous campaign, 1969-2007, began in this Northern Ireland city known by either of 2 different names

Final scores:

Zach Kristen Bo
$14,001 $5,100 $400
6-day champion: $124,871 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Zach Kristen Bo
$15,800 $7,000 $7,000
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
2 W
17 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,800

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Game tape date: 2020-12-08
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