Show #8503 - Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Tyler Rhode game 6.


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Julian Huerta, a hotel senior sales manager from Thornton, Colorado

Tony Freitas, a project director from Los Angeles, California

Tyler Rhode, a healthcare data specialist from New York, New York (whose 5-day cash winnings total $105,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
The Mammoth Hot Springs Historic District still has 35 structures that date back to around 1900 in this mammoth national park
    $200 27
Arranging burials at sea: the ____ Society
    $200 26
The Odorama process added smells to movies using this 3-word process that involves a card & your fingernail
    $200 25
It's a nicer way to refer to the excess fat on either side of the waist
    $200 29
This biblical king judged a child should be split in 2; he didn't go through with it, however
    $200 30
Not just any old armchair, the Coronation Chair has been used since the 1300s & is in this London abbey
    $400 22
Take a glass bottom boat ride in this Springs in Florida, or a short car ride to D.C. from this Spring in Maryland
    $400 23
A euphemism for the sphere of war:
the Field of ____
    $400 17
In 1985 3 versions of this mystery comedy were released in theaters with 3 different people killing Mr. Boddy
    $400 24
Look, it's a pair of these, parrots known for their displays of affection
    $400 18
As Judge Haller in this 1992 comedy, Fred Gwynne is contemptuous of Joe Pesci's choice of outfits, among other things
    $400 19
It's the insect name for the type of chair seen here
    $600 12
This body of water stretches from Suez, Egypt to the Bab el-Mandeb Strait
    $600 10
A Bay Area newspaper: The ____ News
    $600 5
Psycho-Rama films used these, split-second hidden images or words, to unsettle the audience
    $600 2
Term for the warm months of 1967 in San Francisco, with Moby Grape on the turntable
    $600 9
The title of his novel "The Brethren" refers to 3 ex-judges doing time in a Florida federal prison
    $600 1
This "B"rand of reclining armchairs goes back to 1940 & "scientifically articulated" motion chairs
    DD: $2,000 16
It's a city in New South Wales, a river in Southern Africa & a county in Southern California
    $800 11
A paleolithic sculpture:
the ____ of
    $800 3
Some theaters showed this 2019 Will Smith clone movie in 60 frames per second, which made the action look smoother
    $800 6
A 1578 work seems to be the source of this idiom that says when it comes to romance & battles, anything goes
    $800 8
Judge Thayer called these defendants "anarchist (bleep)s", so his impartiality in a 1921 trial has been questioned
    $800 14
A style of rocking chair called the Carolina rocker is also named for this president who used it to ease his back pain
    $1000 21
In a color clash, the highest elevations in this mountain range are in its Black Mountains of North Carolina
    $1000 13
Feting sci-fi since 1972: ____ Awards
    $1000 4
This director took his "Jay & Silent Bob Reboot" across the country on a roadshow
    $1000 7
This place in New York State was used as a toxic waste dump; concerns over it led to the creation of the Superfund
    $1000 20
This judge said in 1921, "Regardless of the verdict... no player who throws a ballgame... will ever play (pro) baseball"
    $1000 15
Perhaps the best-known Chippendale chairs have a top rail in the form of this Roman god's bow

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

Tyler Tony Julian
$2,200 $3,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Tony Julian
$3,200 $5,000 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

10-, 11- & 12-LETTER WORDS
    $400 20
This American retailer of general merchandise opened its first store at Homan Avenue & Arthington Street in Chicago in 1925
    $400 28
"Romeo & Juliet", is one of the plays that take place in what's now this country
    $400 29
Bi- this is a term from psychiatry; magnets are di- this, with north attracted to south
    $400 21
Opened in 1971, this Seattle coffee chain used the roasting techniques of competitor Alfred Peet
    $400 30
This game whose origins go back to ancient times is played on a board with 24 narrow triangles or points
    $400 8
"You wanna go where people know, people are all the same"
    $800 22
Reaping $60 million a year in the 1920s, this man said of his illegal Illinois enterprises, "I give the public what the public wants"
    $800 16
This tragedy has settings in Rome, Syria & fatefully in Alexandria, Egypt
    $800 10
In 1850 Clausius laid down the second law of this, that heat won't of itself pass from one body to a hotter one
    $800 15
A 1773 act & this following protest prompted many in America to take up coffee
    $800 26
Knock knock--who's there? It's this noisy type of ghost
    $800 7
"Who's that girl? It's Jess"
    $1200 23
Settling in Illinois, he founded his own detective agency & later headed the Union secret service during the Civil War
    DD: $1,000 6
Once more into this play whose centerpiece is a 1415 battle in France
    $1200 4
A special grating with parallel slits is name for this spreading or bending of light waves similar to refraction
    $1200 12
In "Letters from Hawaii", Mark Twain said this local coffee "has a richer flavor than any other"
    $1200 11
Many health plans now cover this 12-letter practice of consulting with your doctor via your cell phone or computer
    $1200 1
"It seems today that all you see is violence in movies & sex on TV"
    $1600 24
Mormon leader Joseph Smith & his brother Hyrum were killed by a mob in 1844 in this Illinois city named for an ancient city of Africa
    $1600 17
Arden, Shakespeare's mother's maiden name, is the name of the forest where this comedy is set
    DD: $3,000 5
General relativity meant there must be these waves, but they weren't directly detected until 2015, by the LIGO Observatory
    $1600 13
This fictional coffee spokesperson is nothing without his mule Conchita
    $1600 18
Some describe this old timey soft drink as tasting like licorice; others, like root beer
    $1600 2
"She's a magical gal in a small town locale, he's a hubby who's part machine"
    $2000 25
Around 1673 this French Jesuit priest explored the region & traveled on the Illinois river
    $2000 27
This princely play is the only one that has a scene in Lebanon
    $2000 9
L, meaning the number of this elementary particle that includes electrons, is constant in every reaction
    $2000 14
Some of the highest rated coffee is from a roaster called Port of Mokha, named for a place in this war-torn country
    $2000 19
This adjective can describe something intricate or involved, like a certain maze from mythology
    $2000 3
"Meatwad make the money, see / Meatwad get the honeys, G"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Tony Julian
$13,600 $8,200 $3,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2021 experts in Oslo concluded that it was the artist who wrote on this painting, "Could only have been painted by a madman"

Final scores:

Tyler Tony Julian
$10,600 $16,200 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tyler Tony Julian
$13,600 $8,200 $6,000
19 R,
3 W
15 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2021-09-24
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