Show #8360 - Friday, March 19, 2021

Nick Cascone game 1.
Last game with Katie Couric as guest host.
Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Pancreatic Cancer Dream Team from Stand Up to Cancer.


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Nick Cascone, an orthopedic physician assistant originally from Queens, New York

Jilana Rose-Silverberg, a data analyst originally from Madison, Wisconsin

Morgan Briles, a librarian from Nacogdoches, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
In Luke 2 they're "abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night"
    $200 11
It's the "merry" 2-word name for the skull & crossbones flag
    $200 1
Due to concerns with how this tally for 1920 was run, Congress was not reapportioned for the decade
    $200 30
A hot day is a good time for this jiggly treat, "America's most famous dessert"
    $200 29
Originally, this 6-letter type of tower was for warfare & had no bells inside--how batty
    $200 26
"2,632 consecutive games played from May 30, 1982 through September 19, 1998"
    $400 23
In Matthew 4 Jesus is walking by the Sea of Galilee when he sees 2 brothers doing this job & recruits them
    $400 9
These ships in the Royal Navy flew pirate flags upon surfacing while returning to port after sinking enemy ships during war
    $400 2
Now a state capital, it beat out Golden to become the first city in the territory to connect to the Union Pacific railroad
    $400 25
Despite the name, there's no booze in the dish seen here
    $400 28
A fable gives us the phrase "bell" this animal, meaning a very dangerous task (especially for the rats)
    $400 27
"Hit safely in 56 consecutive games for Major League record 1941"
    $600 22
Genesis 10 says Nimrod was "a mighty" this "before the Lord"
    $600 20
A black flag is scary enough, but a pirate ship flying this color flag meant "no quarter given", a very bad omen
    $600 3
In 1791 this man beat Philip Schuyler, Alexander Hamilton's father-in-law, for a New York Senate seat
    $600 17
The Dutch word "kool" doesn't mean cool, it means cabbage & led to the name of this chilled salad
    $600 21
Also the name of a high school-set sitcom, this phrase for timely intervention comes from boxing
    $600 6
"Managed Dodgers... claiming to 'bleed Dodger blue'... championships in 1981 and 1988"
    $800 15
Skeptical folks in a synagogue ask, "Is not this the"
the son of Mary...?
    $800 19
A skeleton flag is associated with this man & his ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge
    $800 8
In November 1774, a year after the one in Boston, Charleston had one of these in its harbor
    $800 16
Try the yellow kind of this with varieties like yellow doll & crema Saskatchewan
    $800 18
A Roman Catholic excommunication rite famously involved this trio
    $800 5
"'The Say Hey Kid"', also the "first to top both 300 homers and 300 steals"
    $1000 14
Jesus calls these old-time copyists hypocrites & tells them, "Woe unto you"
    $1000 10
Act I of this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta has the lyric "Oh, better far to live and die/ Under the brave black flag I fly"
    DD: $1,600 12
In 1840 this former president went to St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans to honor an event that occurred 25 years earlier
    $1000 7
Though the rest of the world mostly knows the cold Andalusian style of this soup, some Spaniards eat it hot
    $1000 13
The bathyscaphe evolved from this "bell"
    $1000 4
"Greatest drawing card in history of baseball"

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

Morgan Jilana Nick
$1,600 $1,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Jilana Nick
$2,200 $3,400 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Katie: The word "in" is part of each title.)
    $400 14
In 2007 this Irish rocker had a distinct edge in getting a knighthood
    $400 20
With a shape resembling a seahorse, the hippocampus is a region of this organ
    $400 21
A preliminary election, such as New Hampshire's famous presidential one
    $400 1
The Chippewa National Forest's Lake Winnibigoshish is one of the 10,000 or so in this state
    $400 30
Part one of this Tony Kushner play features Roy Cohn & a divine winged messenger
    $400 6
The 2019 entry of the "Avengers" franchise was called this, a term that denotes the final stages of a chess contest
    $800 15
In 2005, the KBE, Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, was conferred on this billionaire
    $800 17
You'll find auricles as parts of the ears & in the atria, which are parts of this organ
    $800 27
A landlocked nation of South America
    $800 2
Lake Mead has the capacity to store 35 billion cubic meters of water behind this landmark
    $800 29
In this Frank Loesser musical, a window washer finds the title book &, fittingly, starts to climb the corporate ladder
    $800 26
In MMORPG the last 4 letters stand for "online role-playing game" & the first 2 letters stand for this
    $1200 16
You'd think England would've had enough of stormin' Normans, but this general got a knighthood in 1991
    $1200 10
Adipose cell is another name for this cell
    $1200 24
A condition of extreme dishonor applied to a date in a speech by FDR
    $1200 11
Toronto & Oswego, New York are ports on this Great Lake that reaches a depth of over 800 feet
    $1200 28
Set in Chicago's Southside, this Lorraine Hansberry play centers on the tribulations of the Younger family
    $1200 25
Reagan asked if the plot of this 1983 movie could happen in real life; a general later replied it's "worse than you think"
    $1600 18
In 2009, the year of his death, this senator from Massachusetts was made an honorary knight
    DD: $7,400 4
These endocrine glands secrete the hormones epinephrine & cortisol
    $1600 23
Desire to harm; the Supreme Court has said it's necessary for libel
    $1600 12
Big bull sharks are thought to use the San Juan River to make the 120-mile journey inland to this largest lake of Central America
    DD: $8,000 9
Can't find your way? This Neil Simon title mentions a city on the Hudson north of the Bronx
    $1600 7
Benedict Cumberbatch starred as enigma code-breaking Alan Turing in this 2014 film
    $2000 19
In 2004 this tireless tracker of Nazi war criminals was honored by the queen
    $2000 3
Seen here among other organs, this organ has clumps of lymphocytes, white blood cells that release antibodies to kill viruses
    $2000 22
Spanish word for a saloon of the southwestern United States
    $2000 13
This super-deep Russian lake near the Mongolian border covers more than 12,000 square miles
    $2000 8
A British king frees his wife from imprisonment for Christmas in this "feline" play set in the 12th century
    $2000 5
The ABC game show, "Don't", had this "Piranha 3D" star, asking the contestants to do ridiculous tasks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Jilana Nick
$11,800 $13,400 $15,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The February 17, 1901 death of his friend Carles Casagemas made this grief-stricken artist change his color palette

Final scores:

Morgan Jilana Nick
$21,800 $25,201 $26,801
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $26,801

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Morgan Jilana Nick
$11,800 $13,400 $19,000
15 R,
0 W
14 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $44,200

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Game tape date: 2021-01-20
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