Show #8333 - Wednesday, February 10, 2021

John Focht game 3.


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Jared Wilke, a teacher from Half Moon Bay, California

Tiffany Seitler, a finance manager originally from Garfield, New Jersey

John Focht, a software team lead originally from El Paso, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $58,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Legal doublets, as the possibly redundant phrases are called, often come in alliterative form, like "part &" this
    $200 1
This Spaniard & his crew landed at Tabasco in 1519, soon to begin conquering the Aztecs
    $200 16
In "Scent of a Woman", Al Pacino & Gabrielle Anwar were the 2 it took to do this dance
    $200 12
Nicknamed "The City that Flows", Rijeka has also been known as Reka, Fiume & Flumen; all 4 names mean this
    $200 6
Leonardo DiCaprio has a bad encounter with one of these animals in "The Revenant" but does make it to the end of the movie
    $200 21
Also what kids dread during flu season, this phrase means something that's helpful
    $400 27
The phrase "peace and" this has a legal meaning, as you'll find out if you disturb those around you with rowdy behavior
    $400 2
The Clermont, this kind of vessel named for its type of engine, first puffed in 1807
    $400 17
Let's "slide" into this double-name dance using 5 steps in a 4-beat measure, slow-slow-quick-quick-slow
    $400 11
The Gothic church of St. Mark's & the Baroque church of St. Catherine are both found in this capital
    $400 7
As this title BBC sleuth, Benedict Cumberbatch appeared to leap to his death, but it was not his "Last Bow"
    $400 22
They're the qualities that give you strength; in espionage, they're people valuable to an operation
    $600 28
After the Norman Conquest, lawyers made sure they were clear with "last will (an Anglo-Saxon word) &" this French-derived term
    $600 3
Depicted here is some Lancaster-on-York action in these wars
    $600 18
Lil baby & A1 steak sauce both have song titles that mention this 4-letter dance that became popular in 2018
    $600 13
Many visitors to the island of Krk have been inspired to utter this "Wheel of Fortune" catchphrase
    $600 8
Whether cooked in a microwave or crushed by the Mir Space Station, this "South Park" kid has endured all manner of death
    $600 23
As a noun, this "B" word is a long, supportive pillow; as a verb, it means to prop something up, like morale
    $800 29
Legally, this known associate of "entering" means going in without permission, so the phrase is a bit repetitive
    $800 4
This Windy City lawyer went to Tennessee in 1925 to defend a teacher
    $800 19
In ballet, a grand this French term is a full bending of the knees, until the thighs are horizontal; a demi-one is half-bending
    DD: $2,500 14
The coastal cities of Pula & Zadar overlook this sea, an arm of the Mediterranean
    $800 9
This Shakespeare character drinks a potion that imitates outward death, but the plan doesn't go as desired
    $800 24
From the Latin for "made full", it's something like red yeast rice that makes your body stronger
    $1000 30
The U.S. Constitution makes one state respect the laws of another in the clause called "Full Faith and" this
    $1000 5
44 countries met in this Dutch city in 1907 to make a little more peace
    $1000 20
You can do this Spanish folk dance solo or as a couple, perhaps to Ravel's 1928 music of the same name
    $1000 15
Home to the tourist city of Dubrovnik, this scenic coast has a dog breed named for it
    $1000 10
At the end of this 1982 movie, a replicant spares Harrison Ford's character, perhaps appreciating life in any form
    $1000 25
When you hear "Here comes" this mounted group, your struggle is about to be lessened as reinforcements have arrived

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

John Tiffany Jared
$6,700 $800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Tiffany Jared
$8,700 $3,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll name the character whose synonym we've given.)
(Ken: In partnership with Olay, we're continuing to call attention to the gender gap in STEM fields. Presenting today's MATH IN THE WORLD category is founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, Joy Buolamwini.)
    $400 27
In bronze, 9 of these wild horses "of Las Colinas" gallop across a granite stream in Irving, Texas
    $400 24
Wesley Snipes as "flat cutting part of knife"
    $400 30
This 19th century New England thinker penned the "Concord Hymn" & the essay "Self-Reliance"
    $400 19
This very large building in Virginia is headquarters to the Army, Navy & Air Force
    $400 5
Comic Sans MS is a type of one
    $400 1
(Joy Buolamwini presents the clue.) Gamblers & investors know their perms & combs; it's short for permutations, a set where the order matters & these, a set where it doesn't
    $800 28
Pope Clement IX commissioned the 10 of these that line Rome's Ponte Sant'Angelo (for a total of 20 wings)
    $800 12
Rowan Atkinson as "Señor Legume"
    $800 8
In the 1830s, before she was a bestselling author, she lived in Cincinnati, across from a slave-holding community
    $800 20
Aka a battleground or swing state, a state that is closely divided between Democrats & Republicans is this color state
    $800 6
David Bowie sang that this "makes a man take things over"
    $800 2
(Joy Buolamwini presents the clue.) Video game designers plan out their games using this kind of system, that by definition uses X, Y & Z values to determine the position of a point
    $1200 25
The famed limestone lions outside this Midtown Manhattan building are called Patience & Fortitude
    $1200 13
Emma Watson as "Lovely Girl"
    $1200 9
His poems like "Kubla Khan" are celebrated for their lyricism
    $1200 21
This term arose from a 19th century cartoon of a twisted Massachusetts district
    $1200 16
It's an unweaned deer
    $1200 3
(Joy Buolamwini presents the clue.) When you earn interest on both the principal & on the interest you've already accumulated, that's what Suze Orman calls the magic of this
    DD: $2,000 26
A statue of this brewer was unveiled in 2013 in Celbridge, Ireland, near where he was born around 1725
    $1600 14
Angelina Jolie as "Doing Harm"
    DD: $5,000 10
Simon & Schuster sponsors an award for suspense fiction named for this female author of "A Stranger is Watching"
    $1600 22
To "cross" this is to show bipartisanship--come on, folks, it's only 6 feet wide in the Senate chamber
    $1600 17
Any decree, or an automaker that originated in Turin
    $1600 4
(Joy Buolamwini presents the clue.) Intersectional analysis is a way to evaluate how multiple variables influence the accuracy of this surveillance technology I have shown to struggle on darker faces
    $2000 29
A pair of bronze nudes, "Redemption Song" is a monument to emancipation in this country
    $2000 15
Chevy Chase as "to provide with a feather"
    $2000 11
This Yentl creator's "Shadows on the Hudson" is about Jewish refugees in the aftermath of World War II
    $2000 23
The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency is part of this department
    $2000 18
In feudal times it was property granted to a vassal
    $2000 7
(Joy Buolamwini presents the clue.) Natural objects such as ferns often exhibit these patterns of similar structures at smaller & larger scales studied since the 1970s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Tiffany Jared
$21,900 $8,000 $5,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This aircraft was named for the second president of the Weimar Republic

Final scores:

John Tiffany Jared
$25,000 $100 $3,599
3-day champion: $83,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Tiffany Jared
$19,800 $8,000 $10,800
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
2 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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Game tape date: 2020-12-15
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