Show #8383 - Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Hospital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti.


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Max Nupen, a tutor from Irvine, California

Ellen Clarke, an attorney from Atlanta, Georgia

Mike Nelson, an actor originally from Chesterton, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Anderson: Each response is two words, one with a single and one with a double "D".)
    $200 14
The waters are divided from the waters; cattle are given names; brother slays brother
    $200 12
India's Taj Trapezium Zone is a 4,000-square-mile area centered on this where emissions are restricted
    $200 4
This famous daughter & designer does only cruelty-free dresses, like a crepe one with faux leather sleeves
    $200 22
MSD Strong, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in this southern state know it was named for a writer & activist
    $200 1
Facing match point in 2009's Wimbledon semis vs. Elena Dementieva, her return clipped the tape, but landed in; the title followed
    $200 24
TV's Ms. Falco & music's Mr. Van Halen
    $400 15
The Lord lets Satan afflict an upright man, who ends up twice as rich as he'd been
    $400 18
In 2019, Italy's MOSE Project Seawall tried unsuccessfully to prevent aqua alta, or high water in this city
    $400 16
The resumé of this Chinese-American dress designer includes about 15 years as senior fashion editor at Vogue
    $400 2
This second-oldest college in the U.S. was established in 1693 by the royal pair who were ruling England at the time
    $400 5
Down 35-7 at the half to the Saints in 1980, this hall of fame QB led the 49ers back to win 38-35
    $400 11
What you're doing to time when waiting patiently; what you're doing on an auction item when you're tired of waiting
    $600 17
The word is with God; a light shines in the darkness; Jesus resurrects Lazarus
    $600 19
In 2014 railings on Paris' Pont des Arts Bridge collapsed under the weight of tons of these affixed by romantic couples
    $600 23
William Travilla designed the white dress that got blown out of proportion on this actress in "The Seven Year Itch"
    $600 3
In 2020 Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia was renamed for this late congressman & civil rights icon
    $600 6
In 2008 the Mavericks used a 22-2 run to erase a 70-41 deficit, making this Minnesota team howl
    $600 25
More discourteous & a ship steering item
    DD: $2,000 30
Tribes are counted, wander in the desert & reach the borders of the promised land
    $800 20
Emmett Till's boyhood home in this Midwestern city became a landmark, averting it from demolition
    $800 28
"Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury", said this French icon & creator of the "little black dress"
    $800 9
Fittingly in New York, there's a college of criminal justice named for this first Chief Justice of the U.S.
    $800 7
Down 5 to the Oilers in 1982, this "royal" NHL team tied it with 5 seconds left & won the "Miracle on Manchester" in O.T.
    $800 26
Slang for an in-line skater adds the letter D to become a fluid-storing organ
    $1000 13
Naomi has a devoted daughter-in-law; Boaz needs some gleaning done
    $1000 21
UNESCO & Peru agreed to allow only 2,500 visitors a day to this site, but that number is regularly exceeded
    $1000 29
This "Project Runway" winner halted his line in 2020 to mass-produce face masks & healthcare materials
    $1000 10
Acknowledging that this Shoshone woman's name can be spelled different ways, a Seattle public school spells it with a C & a J
    $1000 8
In the 2004-05 Champions League Final, this English club, the Reds, overcame a colossal 3-goal deficit
    $1000 27
A word found before "pool" & a use for a big armful of cotton

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

Mike Ellen Max
$4,200 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Ellen Max
$6,400 $2,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Anderson: Name the country.)
    $400 3
The first one of these was made in 1973 from a Motorola executive to his competitor at AT&T
    $400 1
If you're "throwing" this, you're not giving someone protection from the Sun--you're dissing them
    $400 9
Based on "The Berlin Stories", this musical is set at a nightclub where Sally Bowles sings
    $400 24
Some labs have a stab testing machine to help improve this, also something worn by knights of yore
    $400 19
The last thing he remembers on waking from a 20-year-long snooze is "a strange man with a keg of liquor"
    $400 14
The In Flanders Fields Museum, the Rubenshuis
    $800 4
In 19th c. New York politics, a repeater was a man hired to do this several times in a day, shaving to change his identity
    $800 2
A slang term for sharing gossip is to "spill" this beverage--perhaps oolong?
    $800 10
Ron Chernow's biography of this man was adapted into a 2015 Broadway musical
    DD: $2,400 25
The Illumina HiSeq X10 was one of the first devices that could produce a person's complete one of these for under $1,000
    $800 20
Designed to put children to sleep, a wiegenlied is this
    $800 15
The Temples of Karnak, the Qattara Depression
    $1200 6
Although his Supreme Court case changed the way police talked to suspects, this Arizona man was retried & sent to prison in 1967
    $1200 5
This 4-letter verb that means show off a muscle is now used to show off anything you're proud of
    $1200 11
"The Last Real Record Store On Earth" is a song from this musical based on a Nick Hornby novel
    $1200 21
In other words, this "sleepy" rhyming expression means if you don't pay attention, you're liable to miss out on an opportunity
    $1200 16
    DD: $3,000 7
The Platt Amendment of 1901 became a treaty between the U.S. & this new country & even became part of its constitution
    $1600 12
This musical has a frame story: an imprisoned Miguel de Cervantes tells his fellow prisoners a story
    $1600 22
In a poem by Robert Frost, the 6 words that follow "But I have promises to keep and..."
    $1600 17
The Blue Lagoon near Grindavik
    $2000 8
A 1621 treaty says English settlers & these native people led by Massasoit will "leave their bows & arrows" when visiting the other
    $2000 13
Douglass Wallop's novel "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant" inspired this sporty musical
    $2000 23
Derived in part from a Latin word for "sleep", it's a 12-letter synonym for "sleepwalking"
    $2000 18
Mandalay, the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Irrawaddy River

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Ellen Max
$18,800 $2,600 -$1,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2004, after a century as a household name, its last model rolled off the assembly line in Lansing, Michigan

Final scores:

Mike Ellen Max
$17,600 $2,200 -$1,800
3-day champion: $55,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Ellen Max
$17,200 $7,600 -$1,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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Game tape date: 2021-02-23
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