Show #8354 - Thursday, March 11, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Pancreatic Cancer Dream Team from Stand Up to Cancer.


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Dave Pai, a field application scientist originally from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Emily Hogg, a consultant from Washington, D.C.

Lori White, a fiction and part-time science writer originally from Grangeville, Idaho (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
Before it was Elvis' home, Graceland in this state was named for Grace Toof, whose niece & niece's husband built the mansion
    $200 29
Botanically, an onion includes this type of thickened, underground plant
    $200 6
The 2 most abundant elements in the Earth's atmosphere are these 2 gases
    $200 16
The longest nerve on any land creature runs inside the neck of this animal
    $200 24
The deer on this team's logo now has 12-point antlers
    $200 1
Interdigitate means to interlock like these body parts
    $400 3
This Seattle landmark was topped by a gas-powered torch during the 1962 World's Fair
    $400 5
Great for making onion rings, this variety from Hawaii is sweet, juicy & comes to market in the spring
    $400 7
A main ingredient of this 4-letter urban guck is ground level ozone, formed when car exhaust reacts with sunlight
    $400 17
In 1996 Dale Jarrett initiated the "kissing of the bricks" at the finish line of this city's famed racetrack
    $400 12
This team's logo has 3 stars for D.C., Maryland & Virginia
    $400 2
In meteorology, an okta is a unit used to describe the cloud cover of this fraction of the sky
    $600 4
This Florida city's Castillo de San Marcos, a stone fort begun in 1672, replaced a series of wooden structures on the site
    $600 10
If you travel to Yaroslavl in Russia, you'll see plenty of the architectural feature called onion these
    $600 8
In the U.S., air pollutants have fallen more than 70% in the past 48 years largely thanks to this 1970 act & its amendments
    $600 18
"Go for" this main vein in the neck that drains blood from the brain
    $600 13
One of this this southern's team's logos is called the "Bird-de-Lis"
    $600 21
Filiform means resembling this item from a sewing basket
    $800 9
Several non-fabric "quilts" including a quilt of remembrance for the 1996 bombing were created in Olympic Park in this city
    DD: $1,000 25
When you chop them, onions make your eyes water because they contain compounds of this element also found in gunpowder
    $800 11
This 4-letter word for a radiant light around something is the name of the NASA satellite mission studying the air we breathe since 2004
    $800 27
Neck ribs on the cobra expand to form a formidable one of these, named for head coverings
    $800 14
This western team's 2018-19 logo had crossed pickaxes
    $800 22
A jambeau is basically the shinguard of this medieval type of outfit
    $1000 19
Kiowa-Comanche artist Blackbear Bosin designed the "Keeper of the Plains" statue in this most populous city in Kansas
    $1000 26
This late American chef & food writer said that onion sandwiches were one of the greatest treats he knew
    $1000 20
Ozone acts as a planetary sunscreen when it forms a layer in this atmospheric region where jets cruise
    $1000 28
The Kiss is a seminal work from this French sculptor
    $1000 15
This team's logo has a chrome outline to symbolize muscle cars
    $1000 23
From biology, commensalism is a type of this mutual relationship in which 1 partner benefits & the other is unaffected

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

Lori Emily Dave
$1,800 $3,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lori Emily Dave
$3,200 $4,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Katie: Each response includes one of those two words.)
    $400 18
A recent theory says the teeth-on-lip consonants "F" & "V" evolved as chewing softer foods gave more humans this condition
    $400 27
"How Green Was My Valley" beat out this Orson Welles movie to win the 1941 Best Picture Oscar
    $400 26
Like Hanukkah, Diwali is known as "the festival of" these
    $400 1
One of these birds not native to the area flies proudly on the flag of American Samoa
    $400 24
In "The Faerie Queene", the monarch's "beautie did assay / to dim the brightnesse of her glorious" this seat
    $400 25
The president has this many days to sign a bill--if it runs out when Congress is adjourned, it's called a pocket veto
    $800 2
The boxing matches just before a featured bout, with up-&-coming or down-&-going fighters
    $800 19
The Bogie & Bergman classic "Casablanca" was loosely based on the play "Everybody Comes to" this possessive name
    $800 10
A cross marked on the forehead is traditional on this first day of Lent
    $800 17
Including lands below 60 degrees south latitude, the British Antarctic territory has this native bird on its flag
    $800 5
T.S. Eliot asked, "Shall I part my hair behind? Do I dare to eat" this fruit?
    $800 7
Russia, China & the U.S. regularly use their U.N. security council veto but these 2 other perm. members haven't used theirs since 1989
    $1200 3
Toronto has an innovative park named for this type of area, even making use of the big columns supporting the highway above
    $1200 28
Max Schreck played the title vampire in this silent classic
    DD: $2,000 11
Eid-al-Fitr, Arabic for "festival of breaking fast", marks the end of this holy month
    $1200 20
The flag of Bolivia features the condor named for these mountains
    $1200 6
"Endymion" says, "The Centaur's arrow ready seems to pierce / Some enemy: far forth his" this "is bent"
    $1200 8
In 1708 this queen, the last Stuart monarch, vetoed the Scottish militia bill; no bill has been vetoed by a king or queen since
    $1600 4
To use a literary style that's too elaborate; in word processing, it's also the opposite of insert
    $1600 29
Charlie Chaplin starred in films like "Modern Times" & this satire of Hitler
    $1600 12
In Judaism this holy day begins the 10 days of repentance that end on Yom Kippur
    $1600 21
The bird on the flag of this end of the alphabet African country was found on carvings in an ancient city of the region
    $1600 14
In a Maya Angelou poem, "the dark" one of these old-time lamps "of world sadness has cast its shadow upon the land"
    $1600 9
Gov. Tim Pawlenty once vetoed giving this state a poet laureate, saying, "We could also see requests for a state mime"
    DD: $3,200 13
One of few words with the letter sequence "rwr", it means too excited or agitated
    $2000 30
As Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard", this actress says, "All right Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up"
    $2000 23
Coptic Christmas on January 7 is an official holiday in this country
    $2000 22
The bold rooster struts on the flag of this French-speaking part of Belgium
    $2000 16
Edward Lear's owl & pussy-cat "dined on mince, and slices of quince, which they ate with a runcible" this
    $2000 15
Gerald Ford vetoed the beefed-up version of this act, FOIA for short, but congress overrode the veto in 1975

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lori Emily Dave
$11,600 $8,200 $25,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Representing its outspoken tone, this newspaper founded in the 19th century has the name of a free-spirited opera character

Final scores:

Lori Emily Dave
$0 $200 $28,300
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lori Emily Dave
$10,800 $9,200 $24,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $44,600

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Game tape date: 2021-01-19
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