Show #8394 - Thursday, May 6, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Media Fellowship House.


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Steve Bright, an attorney from Norwell, Massachusetts

Kalee Hernandez, a musician, food vendor, and optician from Iron River, Michigan

Jamie Logan, a writer and consultant from Augusta, Maine (whose 1-day cash winnings total $32,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Bill: Clues are about real animals; give us the two parents they're named for.)
    $200 22
35 miles southeast of Knoxville, you'll find this theme park named for a singer
    $200 8
Once with 20,000 people watching from all around, this type of arena in Pompeii is the oldest surviving one in the Roman world
    $200 21
The Blue Angels fly in formation for the Navy, while this "loud" squad represents the U.S. Air Force
    $200 13
Magma surfacing as liquid, this can get up to 2,200 degrees
    $200 1
60 gold records aside, this lefty from Liverpool failed his choirboy audition at the city's Anglican Cathedral
    $200 6
Among birds,
the swoose
    $400 23
Choo choo! Take a train ride through time at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in this city
    $400 9
In the 19th c., this lung disease caused by a mycobacterium reached near epidemic proportions in industrialized regions
    $400 27
The Red Arrows of this British military service are known for their diamond nine formation
    $400 14
In song, these are "roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose"
    $400 2
Our lips aren't sealed--we're "Head Over Heels" about Kathy Valentine's bass work with this '80s band
    $400 18
Yattle, Asian beasts of burden
    $600 24
A state park named for this legendary frontiersman is found in Lawrence County where he once lived
    $600 10
It's a part of speech that expresses emotion & is capable of standing alone, like wow! Or oh!
    $600 28
Canada's demonstration squadron has this name & no, they don't vacation in Florida for the winter
    $600 15 says the phaal type of this dish is the world's hottest, beating vindaloo
    $600 5
James Jamerson laid down immortal bass lines on Stevie Wonder's "For Once In My Life" & "What's Going On" by this singer
    $600 19
The humpless
    $800 25
Near where Tennessee borders Kentucky & Virginia, the Cumberland Gap passes through these mountains
    DD: $1,500 11
Reflecting the name of a mythological youth, this adjective means self-absorbed & egotistical
    $800 29
India's Sarang team doesn't fly jets or any other type of fixed wing plane, but these aircraft
    $800 16
About every 90 minutes, you can count on this geyser erupting with 200-degree water
    $800 4
This guy in the Red Hot Chili Peppers said playing bass gets you "into (a) hypnotic state... you are just a conduit for (the) rhythm"
    $800 20
The ferocious
    $1000 26
A sanitation workers' strike in this Tennessee city began in February 1968 & ended on April 16 after a tragic event
    $1000 12
This word for a guy who stays home & takes care of kids & chores dates back to the 19th century, but then it was a fictional idea
    $1000 17
Stefano Ferrara is a famous maker of these, which can reach a temperature of 800 degrees inside
    $1000 3
Searching for a bass player, Chris Frantz & David Byrne found Tina Weymouth & this New Wave band was born
    $1000 7
A marine mammal called the narluga

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

Jamie Kalee Steve
$6,700 $800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Kalee Steve
$8,500 -$600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
His "Tales of the Jazz Age" included "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
    $400 14
Sugar cane molasses was distilled into this liquor, a significant part of the "triangular trade" that promoted slavery
    $400 2
Gâteau St-Honoré is a dish named for the patron saint of these workers who make them
    $400 22
Marlon Brando,
Robert De Niro
    $400 20
Alan Rickman called this 2-word terror "a gremlin that sits on your shoulder & tries to make you fail"
    $400 1
A simple majority in Congress can kill debate with a "motion to" this, also a piece of furniture
    $800 8
A contemporary romantic drama, her "The Glimpses of the Moon" isn't as well-known as "The Age of Innocence"
    $800 15
In 1729 & 1751 Britain passed acts aimed at curbing the consumption of this alcohol that originated in the Netherlands
    $800 3
In the 1600s a group of monks living in a Swiss monastery developed this dog breed
    $800 24
Angelina Jolie,
Alicia Vikander
    $800 21
There's a silent "H" in this art form that served the Greeks & Romans well in speaking & writing
    $800 10
Also the name of a British newspaper, one of these is legally entrusted to care for another
    $1200 9
Illustrated by the author, the voyages of this physician with animal pals, won a Newbery Medal as Most Distinguished Children's Book
    $1200 16
Vodka was involved in 1994 as this white-haired Russian leader was found on a D.C. street in his underwear hailing cabs to go get pizza
    $1200 4
Named for a saint of the 9th century, this alphabet is based on capital Greek letters
    $1200 25
Richard Roundtree, Samuel L. Jackson
    $1200 23
Influencing people for years, this pioneer in public speaking wrote, "Only the prepared speaker deserves to be confident"
    $1200 11
This hyphenated term refers to an experiment where both the subject & the tester are unaware of who is getting treatment
    $1600 12
Chester Gillette's real-life murder of his pregnant girlfriend inspired this classic novel by Theodore Dreiser
    $1600 17
The Whiskey Rebellion culminated in 1794 among farmers of the Monongahela Valley in this state
    DD: $2,700 5
Used to treat depression, this plant is named for the man who baptized Jesus
    $1600 26
Matthew Perry,
Walter Matthau
    DD: $4,400 28
Father to a Supreme Court justice, this poet wrote, "Speak clearly, if you speak at all; carve every word before you let it fall"
    $1600 19
Magnetite is sometimes referred to as this "stone", also a word for someone or something people are attracted to
    $2000 13
Hercule Poirot must solve "The Murder of" this man found stabbed to death in his study
    $2000 18
In 1923 a beer hall called the Burgerbraukeller in this German city was the starting point of a failed putsch
    $2000 6
The name of this electrical phenomenon in the atmosphere comes from a corruption of Erasmus, a patron saint of sailors
    $2000 27
Claire Foy,
Rooney Mara

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Kalee Steve
$18,400 -$200 $200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With words written by a Bishop of Urgell, its anthem praises Charlemagne & says it "was born a princess... between two nations"

Final scores:

Jamie Kalee Steve
$18,000 -$200 $94
2-day champion: $50,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamie Kalee Steve
$16,600 -$200 $4,600
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
4 R,
3 W
11 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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Game tape date: 2021-03-02
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