Show #8346 - Monday, March 1, 2021


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Jon Spurney, a musician and screenwriter originally from New York, New York

Jillian Zeidner, a legislative analyst from Sacramento, California

Michael Colton, a screenwriter originally from Newton, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,603)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mike: That classic British version dating from the 1930s...)
____ & ____
(Mike: Additions to the Library of Congress list from 2020.)
    $200 6
Seen here, the Lucas Gusher in Beaumont started gushing in 1901 & forever changed the economy of this state
    $200 16
James Howe created this 4-letter brand to treat his wife's indigestion
    $200 11
This game includes skip cards & draw 2 cards, & it makes you say its name just before you win
    $200 26
Selfridges department store is on this street that shares its name with a university
    $200 1
If you're extremely thin, you are said to be these 2 body parts
    $200 21
Her rendition of "I Will Always Love You", recorded for "The Bodyguard" soundtrack
    $400 7
In 1800 she became the first first lady to live in the White House
    $400 17
If you are allergic to aspirin, you may also be allergic to this active ingredient in MOTRIN IB
    $400 12
In this kids' game, one of the 4 queens is removed from the 52-card deck & you don't wanna be stuck with its odd pair in the end
    $400 27
Old Kent Road is the only London Monopoly location south of this body of water
    $400 2
Something once attached to an inmate's leg, it's also sometimes used to refer to a spouse
    $400 22
"The Chronic", the solo debut album by this faux medico & former member of NWA
    $600 8
Here are John Young & Robert Crippen, the crew of the first of these missions in 1981
    $600 18
This, aka peppermint camphor, is a key ingredient in IcyHot & Biofreeze
    $600 13
Think hard! This kids' game where you match pairs is also called Memory
    $600 28
There's no mistaking this public plaza that commemorates an important British victory of 1805
    $600 3
This highly unlikely kind of story pairs 2 animals, one feathered & one horned
    $600 23
This group's disco classic "YMCA" made the list
    $800 9
Black Elk, a holy man of the Oglala branch of these people, was at the battle of Little Bighorn & lived until 1950
    $800 19
The "D" in Claritin-D stands for this, which is what pseudoephedrine is
    $800 14
Being dealt the unbeatable number in the first 2 cards can pay 3 to 2 in a standard casino game of this
    $800 29
This rhyming thoroughfare is home to a demon barber in a Sondheim musical
    $800 4
These 2 blacksmith's tools are in an idiom that describes something done with great vigor
    $800 24
The original Broadway cast's 1964 album of this musical with Zero Mostel as Tevye
    DD: $1,400 10
From 1953 to 1961 Allen Dulles was the director of this U.S. government agency
    $1000 20
The song "Poison Ivy" says, "You're gonna need an ocean of" this lotion
    $1000 15
You can get naughty with this game--its black cards include "What did Vin Diesel eat for dinner?" & "Why am I sticky?"
    $1000 30
This 2-word "royal" train station has been suggested as the spot where Queen Boadicea was buried in 60 A.D.
    $1000 5
Beginning with a 2-letter interjection, this phrase tells you to look, really look
    $1000 25
Allan Sherman singing, "Hello Muddah, hello Fadduh, here I am at" this camp

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

Michael Jillian Jon
$2,800 $0 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jillian Jon
$5,400 $2,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
At age 64, before her "Little House" books, she traveled in a 1923 Buick named Isabelle from Missouri to her old Dakota home
    $400 19
The Natl. Museum of Anthropology, Mexico's most visited museum, boasts the stone of Tizoc, used for these grim rites
    $400 30
Philip Michael Thomas & this actor were the too cool cops on the mean streets of "Miami Vice"
    $400 9
The Fatimid Dynasty of North Africa in the 900s A.D. claimed descent from Fatimah, daughter of this prophet
    $400 14
"It's more fun to be a pirate than join the navy", said this Apple Computer co-founder
    $400 21
Joy for those of Geneva
    $800 2
A bestseller ensued when Robert M. Pirsig used this transport for a 1968 journey with his son, doing his own maintenance
    $800 20
George P. Murdock popularized the term this type of family (mom, dad, kids) & called it "a universal human social grouping"
    $800 29
Wally & Theodore had grown up & now had families of their own in the "New" 1984 update of this classic sitcom
    $800 10
Business treated this family better than politics; Malcolm lost a 1957 race for N.J. governor & Steve, 2 presidential runs
    $800 15
"He prayeth well, who loveth well both man and bird and beast" is quoted from this Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem
    $800 22
Corned beef sandwich made in Havana
    DD: $3,000 3
One of the most famous road trips in American lit began in 1947 when he rode the bus with crying babies from New York to Chicago
    DD: $2,400 24
Pre-agricultural societies that relied on wild game & plants for food are known by this hyphenated term
    $1200 6
Retired baseball player Tony Danza became the housekeeper for a single mom advertising exec on this show
    $1200 11
In 2015 Piero, son of this late car magnate, zoomed to billionaire status when the co. listed on the New York Stock Exchange
    $1200 16
"Stay on the scene like a sex machine" is a lyrical quote from this performer
    $1200 23
The Prague couple's quick kiss
    $1600 4
A 2019 book tells the true tale of a 1927 road trip by this woman & Langston Hughes, including a Bessie Smith show in Macon
    $1600 25
In early "factories" , Neanderthals turned out tools of this hard stone known for fire-sparking qualities
    $1600 7
In addition to "Jeopardy!", that year saw a new "Super" version of this game show that used one-word clues between players
    $1600 12
He took over dad's jewelry biz in St. Petersburg in 1870 & landed a big gig 15 years later--Russian imperial court jeweler & goldsmith
    $1600 17
Under anonymous is listed the helpful typing pangram "The quick brown fox..." these 5 words
    $1600 27
Strapless purse of that gal from Utrecht
    $2000 5
Mark Twain's trip from Missouri to Nevada included being "avalanched" inside a stagecoach --no wonder he called the book this
    $2000 26
Anthropologists study these Melanesian "cults" that live in anticipation of the arrival of goods on Pacific islands
    $2000 8
Launching a new era of celebrity worship was this Robin Leach show about things wealthy people have & do that most of us never will
    $2000 13
The Colosseum is aka this amphitheater, named for the dynasty begun by Vespasian in 69 A.D. but over by 96--good run, guys!
    $2000 18
"Hail to you gods... on that day of the great reckoning, behold me, I have come to you" is from this Ancient Egyptian text
    $2000 28
The standard principle for evaluation in Damascus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jillian Jon
$17,600 $4,600 $21,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In "Histoire des Navigations aux Terres Australes" Charles de Brosses coined this term for the many islands of the region

Final scores:

Michael Jillian Jon
$9,201 $5 $37,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $37,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Jillian Jon
$15,800 $6,000 $20,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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Game tape date: 2021-01-12
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