Show #8328 - Wednesday, February 3, 2021


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Paul Acosta, a former support services clerk from Los Angeles, California

Nicole Kozdron, an attorney originally from Elyria, Ohio

Steve Crupi, a retired police department information supervisor from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
You'll be safer & have a better time if you wear these, whether the full foot or adjustable open-heel kind
    $200 13
Roger Sperry used this part of his brain to prove that it's used for analytical thought & calculation
    $200 12
Hunter S. Thompson had mixed emotions:
"____ & ____ in Las Vegas"
    $200 1
They're the pair referred to in the movie line "These aren't the droids you're looking for"
    $200 9
Using care is treating something with these, as if you had delicate handwear
    $200 3
You can buy Belly Flops, rejects from this company, at its factory candy store in Fairfield, California
    $400 15
S.O.O.S.! To protect vulnerable reefs & sea life, snorkelers are urged to "stand only on" this stuff
    $400 25
Bananas were an important lab tool for Thomas Hunt Morgan as he used these insects to prove chromosome theory
    $400 23
About post-war youth in Britain:
"Look Back in ____"
    $400 2
The recurring "Wayne's World" sketch on "Saturday Night Live" featured these 2 performers as Wayne & Garth
    $400 10
This boy band began with a city-wide talent search in Boston
    $400 4
You can buy a single flavor of these sticky but cute predators at the Albanese candy store near Chicago
    $600 20
Hawaii's Big Island is renowned for its night snorkeling with these gentle giants nicknamed devil fish
    $600 26
Pierre-Gilles de Gennes won a Nobel Prize for explaining the behavior of these "L.C."s whose "D" is used in video screens
    $600 24
A biographical novel by Irving Stone:
"The ____ & the ____"
    $600 7
On a classic sitcom Robin Williams & Pam Dawber played this pair, our favorite alien & Earth girl couple
    $600 11
Harry Longabaugh had this nickname as a member of the Wild Bunch
    $600 5
True Treats in W.V. sells candy from many eras, including peanut brittle from this 19th century horticulturist's recipe
    $800 21
Environmental groups encourage snorkelers to use "reef-safe" this that doesn't contain PABA & other coral-killing chemicals
    DD: $1,000 27
This 19th c. German invented an engine that, unlike gasoline engines, achieves ignition with no external spark
    $800 30
Eugene O'Neill drew up Greek tragedy:
"____ Under the Elms"
    $800 19
Mike Judge voiced this title pair of crude animated teens during their run on MTV that began in 1993
    $800 16
Parodying the Cabbage Patch Kids, these gross stickers were a sensation in the 1980s
    $800 6
Lincoln, Nebraska's this candy "International" sells nearly 160 types of it & not just the anise-like black one
    $1000 22
Maybe we'll see the beautiful Zanclus cornutus, more commonly known as the Moorish this
    $1000 28
Tom Lehrer sang, "Once the rockets are up, who cares where they come down? That's not my department, says" this man
    $1000 29
By Chester Himes:
"A ____ in Harlem"
    $1000 18
The 1956 film, "Dance with Me, Henry" is notable for being the final film to feature this funny duo
    $1000 17
This term describes children who have to unlock the door when they come home to an empty house
    $1000 8
Nashville, home of this double-talk "Cluster", a mix of peanuts & candy, has a shop dedicated to it

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

Steve Nicole Paul
$1,400 $2,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Nicole Paul
$2,000 $5,200 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

1961, WHAT A YEAR!
    $400 12
July: JFK tells Americans "We cannot and will not permit the Communists to drive us out of" this city
    $400 10
This Australian place got its name due to "the great quantity of plants Mr. Banks and Dr. Solander" found on shore
    $400 26
The Bundestag or lower house of parliament officially elects Germany's prime minister, aka this title
    $400 9
Able to use both hands with equal ease
    $400 6
Though their exploits promoted a Depression-era chic, this pair is thought to have murdered about a dozen people
    $400 1
This duet between Nat "King" Cole & Natalie Cole won Grammys for Song of the Year & Record of the Year
    $800 13
February: The Beatles are paid 5 pounds (total) for their first show at the Cavern Club in this city
    $800 11
This Massachusetts peninsula has the also alliterative Buzzards Bay to its west
    $800 27
It takes weeks to get all the votes securely with about 900 million eligible voters in this country's elections
    DD: $1,500 18
Someone who takes blame for others, from an ancient Jewish ceremony
    $800 7
Richard Dreyfuss & Robert De Niro have both portrayed this man who bilked his victims of $65 billion
    $800 2
This comedy series starred Ellie Kemper as a young woman who escaped a doomsday cult led by Jon Hamm
    $1200 14
April: this cosmonaut makes history when he takes Vostok 1 about 200 miles above the Earth
    $1200 15
In 2011, 6 years after a comprehensive peace agreement, this African country came to be
    $1200 28
Starting under American auspices in 2005, the "I voted" purple finger has symbolized elections in this Arab country
    $1200 19
Of dubious authenticity, specifically like non-canonical Bible books
    $1200 8
In this 2002 film, Leonardo DiCaprio played Frank Abagnale Jr., a check forger who posed as a pilot, a doctor & a lawyer
    $1200 3
In this 2019 film Adam Sandler played NYC jeweler Howard Ratner, who came into possession of a rare opal
    $1600 22
March: with other nations disapproving of apartheid, South Africa withdraws from this body rooted in the British Empire
    $1600 16
This area of the North Atlantic is named for the type of seaweed prevalent there
    DD: $5,000 29
Televised debates dubbed "The Road to Carthage" were a new feature in this country's 2019 elections
    $1600 20
A new term for a suddenly old version of something, like "film camera"
    $1600 24
A 1950s psychiatrist predicted the Mad Bomber wore a double-breasted suit, buttoned, using this technique; he was right
    $1600 4
A young Jewish woman flees her ultra-conservative religious group in this Netflix miniseries
    $2000 23
September: the Foreign Assistance Act gives birth to the agency known by this 5-letter name
    $2000 17
This world capital is named for a lady who found a bronze Buddha there
    $2000 30
On August 15, 2004 this Venezuelan president won a recall election, garnering 59% of the vote
    $2000 21
The study of flags
    $2000 25
$5,800 of this parachuting hijacker's money turned up near the Columbia River in 1980
    $2000 5
As the name suggests, bands play acoustic sets on this MTV series

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Nicole Paul
$7,200 $18,700 $4,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1653 King Louis XIV performed as this Greco-Roman god in the ballet "de la Nuit"

Final scores:

Steve Nicole Paul
$4,400 $18,700 $200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,700 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Nicole Paul
$7,200 $17,800 $9,200
10 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2020-12-09
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