Show #8488 - Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Jonathan Fisher game 3.

Contestants

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Mary Garvey, a pastor from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Bilal Ali, a product manager from Seattle, Washington

Jonathan Fisher, an actor originally from Coral Gables, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $51,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SABBATH
NAMES IN FASHION
HODGEPODGE
PRO WRESTLING TERMINOLOGY
LINCOLN, BLINKEN
"NOD"
    $200 16
For decades, states have been dropping these colorful edicts; the Sunday shopping ban ended by North Dakota was among the last
    $200 20
The tennis shirt is now called a polo shirt thanks to this American designer
    $200 11
Alfred Vail, this guy's assistant & partner, improved on his code for telegraphy
    $200 1
In this alliterative type of match, you need to touch your partner before you can be replaced in the ring
    $200 10
It's where Cain lived, a place for kids to go at bedtime or an oddly named Yorkshire village
    $400 17
Exodus 35:3 bans doing this on the Sabbath, hence the Jewish dish cholent which can go on the stove Friday & cook until Saturday lunch
    $400 21
Yves Saint Laurent's first boutique was called "Rive Gauche", French for this part of the Seine
    $400 13
Magyar is another name for these people, many of whom reside in a country known as the "Land of Magyars"
    $400 3
Maintaining kayfabe means not letting on that the match is this, the word that "kayfabe" possibly came from with the help of Pig Latin
    $400 25
Soon after becoming Secy. of State in 2021, Antony Blinken had tough words at a meeting with diplomat Yang Jiechi of this country
    $400 6
A worrisome mass of tissue in humans, or a nitrogen-fixing structure in soybeans
    DD: $2,000 18
At a church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints sacrament meeting, a young man may talk about 2 years away as one of these
    $600 12
You may get allergy symptoms when you eat bananas or zucchini if you are allergic to this "weed" that causes hay fever
    $600 2
This beastly term can describe a powerful embrace or a move where a wrestler grabs you
    $600 22
In his second inaugural address, Lincoln called for peace "with malice toward none, with" this "for all"
    $600 5
2-word phrase for a slight familiarity, enough to lower your chin in passing
    $800 19
NFLer Davion Taylor held onto his football dreams though this Christian faith kept him from playing high school football
    $800 27
Despite marrying into a newspaper family with a prize named for it, this designer's "Lilly" shift dress took only her first name
    $800 14
This flat Scottish cap usually has a pompom in the center
    $800 4
Perhaps a play on "jobber", this Italian-sounding word is a wrestler hired to lose often; the Rock uses it as a synonym for loser
    $800 23
Antony Blinken worked with Joe Biden from 2002 to 2008 as Democratic staff director for this world-watching Senate committee
    $800 8
A flying creature of the cretaceous, seen here
    $1000 28
Early Christians observed the Sabbath on Saturday but Sunday was the day for this commemoration of the Last Supper
    $1000 26
The Row & Elizabeth and James are fashion brands from these twin sisters
    $1000 15
This city is home to the University of Oklahoma & the National Severe Storms Laboratory
    $1000 7
The name of this masked Mexican wrestling is Spanish for "free fighting"
    $1000 24
One of Lincoln's "gifts" for his last Christmas was this Georgia city, from General Sherman
    $1000 9
A meeting to resolve questions for a church

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

Jonathan Bilal Mary
$1,800 $800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Bilal Mary
$1,200 $2,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE'S INSULTS
FOOD FORWARD
'80s TV
DOUBLE-LETTER GEOGRAPHY
STARS & STONES
TRIPLE RHYME TIME
    $400 5
This nephew-killing title monarch is off to a slow start courting Lady Anne, who calls him "thou lump of foul deformity"
    $400 9
Gail Becker, mom of 2 boys who couldn't have gluten, started the Caulipower line by making this out of cauliflower
    $400 6
In 1980 fans of this series had to wait 8 long months before they would learn "Who shot J.R."
    $400 18
It's the northernmost of the 4 main islands of Japan
    $400 22
Invisible to the naked eye, the closest star to our sun is the dim Proxima Centauri, a "red" one of these
    $400 21
An extra trap for a rabbit relative
    DD: $3,000 4
In "The Comedy of Errors", Dromio describes Nell: "Hip to hip: she is spherical, like" this name of Shakespeare's venue
    $800 10
This doctor & health food pioneer developed Corn Flakes for his patients
    $800 7
In 1981, some 30 million viewers tuned in to see Luke & Laura tie the knot on this daytime soap
    DD: $3,000 17
Moraine Lake is in this national park established in 1885 as Canada's very first
    $800 24
Fittingly, New Hampshire is a source of this stone; the Swenson Quarry produces tons of it for street curbing
    $800 23
The highest limit on a pants tariff
    $1200 3
In "Henry IV, Part 1" Falstaff disses a hostess: "There's no more faith in thee, than in a stewed" one of these fruits
    $1200 11
Burger King uses this brand for its meatless Whopper
    $1200 8
"You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have" this sitcom
    $1200 15
Catalan is the primary language of Catalonia & this small Pyrenees nation
    $1200 30
Aldebaran is the brightest star in this "bovine" constellation associated with a transformation made by Zeus
    $1200 25
A frightening sprite from the flatlands of Kansas or Nebraska
    $1600 2
King Lear tells this treacherous eldest daughter, "Thou art a boil, a plague-sore"
    $1600 12
A thick potato & leek soup was created by chef Louis Diat, who named it for this city in central France
    $1600 20
Sharon Gless & Tyne Daly hit the streets as this title pair of detectives
    $1600 14
Randburg & Midrand are suburbs of this chief commercial city of South Africa
    $1600 28
You might surmise from its name that sandstone is this one of the 3 classifications of rock
    $1600 26
The cost to ship a really big wooden box, determined by how heavy it is
    $2000 1
A line in this play: "If Troy be not taken till" Ajax & Achilles "undermine it, the walls will stand till they fall of themselves"
    $2000 13
Around 1900 the same guy created Shredded Wheat & this Nabisco cracker of a rather similar texture
    $2000 19
All through the '80s kids "counted" on this PBS science series that featured the Bloodhound Gang
    $2000 16
The capital of a small Mediterranean island, it's where the Italian naval fleet surrendered to the Allies in 1943
    $2000 29
Deneb, the "tail" of the swan in this constellation, forms the "Summer Triangle" with Vega & Altair
    $2000 27
The removed facial hair, now hallowed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Bilal Mary
$15,800 $5,400 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS LEGENDS
When Johnny Bench broke his record, this man wrote, "I always thought the record would stand until it was broken"

Final scores:

Jonathan Bilal Mary
$18,300 $10,795 $15,900
3-day champion: $70,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jonathan Bilal Mary
$13,600 $5,400 $12,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
13 R,
7 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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