Show #8502 - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Tyler Rhode game 5.


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Chuck McKeever, a community college instructor from Seattle, Washington

Abby Haddican, a graphic designer from St. Paul, Minnesota

Tyler Rhode, a healthcare data specialist from New York, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $78,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
The 1906 Hepburn Act increased federal rule over this form of transportation & some say contributed to its eventual decline
    $200 26
A swan overcomes a case of mistaken self-identity & serious self-loathing
    $200 25
Working to end hunger, the Food & Agriculture Organization is the oldest specialized agency founded by this body
    $200 29
When it follows "and the", it means "similar things"
    $200 28
We kept up with this family for 14 years, but in 2021 Kim, Khloe & Kompany bid farewell as their show came to an end
    $200 24
If you're between a rock & a hard place, you might also be between the devil & this salty expanse
    DD: $3,000 27
This coin got a makeover in 1909 for the 100th anniversary of a president's birth
    $400 2
A boy breaks into a home after a gardening incident, steals a magical fowl, then kills an occupant
    $400 23
Mercosur seeks to integrate the economies of its member countries on this continent
    $400 21
It comes before "Field" in a Dallas airport
    $400 20
Here's Captain Sandy, welcome aboard her yacht on this series, "Mediterranean"
    $400 9
Ooh, tough break, looks like "you're up a creek without" this item
    $600 22
The constitution of the labor union known as the Wobblies declared this class "& the employing class have nothing in common"
    $600 1
A wild animal who's pretty good at deception attempts 2 homicides, that of a girl & her grandmother, but ends up dead
    $600 12
FIFA organizes this quadrennial contest first held in 1930
    $600 16
No joke--this double-talk name comes before Clinton-Dix in the name of an NFL star
    $600 5
According to the title of their long-running HGTV series, Drew & Jonathan Scott are these siblings
    $600 8
This grotto is the part of a dwelling where the male of a household might typically isolate
    $800 14
Attorney General & emperor's grand-nephew Charles Bonaparte wanted his own crew of agents, creating what's now this in 1908
    $800 3
A woman's royal lineage is determined using bedding to reveal her demanding nature & sense of privilege
    $800 11
In 1887 several Denver charities combined efforts to form the Charity Organizations Society, today known as this
    $800 17
A palindromic exclamation of amazement
    $800 6
He's made the rounds on reality TV beginning with "Queer Eye" & more recently, as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race"
    $800 7
The Atlantic gets downgraded in this slangy expression for traveling between the United Kingdom & the United States
    $1000 15
A 1903 treaty would've leased the U.S. a strip of land across this isthmus; the U.S. Senate ratified it, but Colombia's didn't
    $1000 4
An anthropomorphic cat with an interesting fashion sense murders rabbits, kills an ogre & steals land for his friend
    $1000 18
Increased U.S. inflation was one result in 1973 when members of this organization quadrupled oil prices
    $1000 19
It's an acronym for depression caused by the gloomier winter months
    $1000 13
It was "the true story of seven strangers picked to live in a house, work together and have their lives taped"
    $1000 10
John Updike said writing criticism compared to fiction is like "hugging" this compared to sailing in open water

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

Tyler Abby Chuck
$3,400 $2,000 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Abby Chuck
$10,800 $2,200 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
In 1956, after a rerouted highway killed business for his chicken restaurant, he sold it & started over
    $400 18
The city of Erbil in Iraq is the capital of an autonomous region where the majority of the people are of this ethnic group
    $400 11
By Wendy Wasserstein: "The ____ Chronicles"
    $400 29
This arachnid shares its name with a Fred Astaire movie
    $400 27
Pat Benatar first punched her way onto the Billboard Top 10 with this 1980 song
    $400 26
If you're this type of "shirt", you're pompous or inflexible
    $800 17
At age 63 she set a trapshooting record by hitting 98 out of 100 pigeons at a North Carolina club
    $800 19
This United Arab Emirates capital with a 2-word name occupies an island first settled around 1760
    $800 12
By Tennessee Williams: "The Rose ____"
    $800 20
Kinesiology expert Tom Stoffregen says most people get these & stop stumbling around the deck within 36 hours of setting sail
    $800 23
Elvis Costello opined, "Accidents will happen, we only" this 3-word vehicular crime
    $800 25
There's a double "L" in the middle of this adjective meaning morose or gloomily silent
    $1200 3
At age 60, this co-discoverer of the DNA double helix left his native England to study the brain at California's Salk Institute
    $1200 22
The Taurus Mountains of Southern Turkey stretch from Lake Egirdir to this longest river in the region
    $1200 13
1960, about Helen Keller & her teacher:
"The ____ ____"
    $1200 10
Billy Bowlegs was a 19th century leader of this southern people who fought three wars with the United States
    $1200 2
"When I'm not with you, I lose my mind give me a sign", these 6 words, Britney sang in a 1999 No. 1
    $1200 6
It describes someone of grace & refined taste, or a mathematical proof that's simple & ingenious
    $1600 9
In his 60s Winfield Scott led U.S. forces to victory in this war but led his own presidential campaign to defeat
    DD: $4,000 21
Halab is the name in Arabic for this largest city of Northern Syria, heavily damaged in the recent civil war
    $1600 24
2006, set at a British grammar school:
"The ____ Boys"
    $1600 15
Cabriole legs, curving out & then in, are common in the furniture style named for this early 18th century British queen
    $1600 5
"Don't you come back no more, no more" was a recurring theme in this Ray Charles classic
    $1600 14
Sorry if you're this 10-letter adjective that's derived from the Latin for "teary"
    $2000 8
Out of favor in the 1830s, in the '40s, Ingres was known as France's top painter with sitters like a baroness of this rich family
    $2000 28
For centuries, a terminus of the spice road of Arabia, this Yemeni city of 800,000 sits on the gulf that bears its name
    $2000 30
1948, the first play to be so honored:
"Mister ____"
    $2000 16
In a landscape by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, a pair of legs glimpsed in the sea belonged to this tragic figure of myth
    $2000 4
"I came to dance with you", says Vanessa Marquez in "Rock Your Body"; Justin Timberlake replies, "You don't wanna" do this
    DD: $4,100 7
Meaning snakelike as an adjective, it refers to a green mineral as a noun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Abby Chuck
$17,600 $3,400 $12,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Galileo thanked this astronomer "because you were... practically the only one, to have complete faith in my assertions"

Final scores:

Tyler Abby Chuck
$27,600 $0 $6,801
5-day champion: $105,901 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tyler Abby Chuck
$15,000 $3,400 $14,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2021-09-24
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