Show #8507 - Tuesday, November 9, 2021


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Hillary Sebeny, a historian from Honolulu, Hawaii

Greg Zona, a principal from West Grove, Pennsylvania

Dane Reighard, an editor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll need to name each literary work from the last line.)
    $200 28
When the U.N. was founded, Gladwyn Jebb of the U.K. did this job in an acting capacity from October 1945 through January 1946
    $200 25
Jamal wins 20 million rupees after getting the final question right in this 2008 movie
    $200 29
After his wife had a terrifying jump with an automatically deploying parachute, Floyd Smith invented this manual release
    $200 30
I want some more key lime pie, especially with a crust made using these Honey Maid items
    $200 26
Tights & stockings
(7 letters)
    $200 27
"He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother"
    $400 24
With about 240 athletes from 14 countries, the modern Olympics began in this year in Athens, Greece
    $400 16
In "Brave", Merida discovers a loophole & "wins" her own hand in marriage through a contest in this sport
    $400 18
Many Australians celebrate this holiday in a homegrown way with a chocolate bilby; that's a marsupial
    $400 23
In 1995 Pizza Hut introduced original stuffed crust pizza, stuffed with "100% real" this cheese
    $400 19
Songbook for Sunday
(6 letters)
    $400 22
"God bless us, every one!"
    $600 6
This body first assembled Feb. 1, 1790, but John Jay had to postpone actual proceedings a day as not all the members had made it
    $600 3
In a 1994 film this character receives a Medal of Honor from LBJ after being wounded "in the buttocks"
    $600 17
The 1921 book "The Witch-Cult in Western Europe" sets 13 as the number of members in this group
    $600 21
It's French for "in crust" & salmon is one food often prepared comme ça
    $600 1
God of the underworld
(5 letters)
    $600 15
"It was the devious-cruising Rachel, that in her retracing search after her missing children, only found another orphan"
    $800 7
A short film by these brothers of workers leaving a factory is considered the world's first motion picture
    $800 5
In "Never Say Never Again", this Bond actor settles for a dance with Kim Basinger after winning a game vs. the villainous Largo
    $800 11
Extremely cold & difficult to store, this gas is prone to shortages, like one in 2019 that made life tough for Party City stores
    $800 12
The Washington Post noted, "The thinner the wrapper, the flakier the crust" in this "seasonal" Chinese appetizer
    $800 2
A daily in Miami
(6 letters)
    $800 13
"Aunt Sally she's going to adopt me and sivilize me and I can't stand it. I been there before"
    DD: $1,200 9
Around 650 B.C.Greek colonists founded a city on the Bosporus that they called this; it would later be the capital of empires
    $1000 4
At the end of a 2009 movie this title guy is offered his dream job but instead continues to protect shoppers at the West Orange Pavilion
    $1000 10
When MLB pitcher Jim Gott faced batter Tim Teufel, in German it was a confrontation of these 2 beings
    $1000 20
A Pillsbury recipe offers up their original crescent rolls for a crisp crust enclosing tenderloin steaks in this dish for 2
    $1000 8
Shaggy-haired & bewhiskered
(7 letters)
    $1000 14
"Oh, my girls, however long you may live, I never can wish you a greater happiness than this!"

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

Dane Greg Hillary
$4,000 -$200 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dane Greg Hillary
$5,600 $1,200 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 28
Silk from the orb-weaver type of this animal can be packed so densely that it has been used to make violin strings
    $400 23
In a 1435 essay Leon Battista Alberti declared that an art renaissance was occurring in this city of Leonardo
    $400 29
As the name implies, even for a giant company it can be a single page showing a business' assets & liabilities
    $400 17
This sister of Rumer & Tallulah Willis was named for a character in "To Kill a Mockingbird"
    $400 9
An important industrial center, this city is also home to the Welsh central government
    $400 30
Intelligent streetcars
    $800 24
Heavy poaching of Persian gazelles contributed to the near extinction of the Asiatic cheetah, mainly found in this country
    $800 22
After seeing a painting by Monet, critic Louis Leroy derisively gave this movement its name
    $800 27
If rate of yield fails to increase in proportion to investment beyond a certain point, you get these declining 2-word profits
    $800 16
The daughter of Michelle Williams & Heath Ledger is named for this Roald Dahl book
    $800 8
Mohammed V Square is the central plaza in this city but you probably won't find any gin joints there
    $800 18
A guanaco relative's shopping complex
    $1200 11
With feathers that look like quills sticking from its head, a predatory bird of Africa had this office worker name
    DD: $3,000 6
Lawrence Alloway is credited with this 2-word term for work that uses comic strips, soup cans & the like as subject matter
    DD: $4,000 26
It's the horticultural term for a largely unregulated private partnership group using speculative investment strategy
    $1200 13
In the U.S., this first name from "Gone with the Wind" is more often given to girls, but boy band & Broadway star Parker Angel has it
    $1200 7
Seen here is the coat of arms of this German city whose name derives from a 10th century stud farm
    $1200 19
An eager female opera star
    $1600 10
The black species of this African mammal vulnerable to poaching is recovering from a 98% drop in its numbers
    $1600 14
Christopher Knight criticizes museums as shortsighted for funding operations by selling art--in museum-speak, this "de"-verb
    $1600 25
As the name suggests, when buying a home it's a deposit paid to the seller to demonstrate a buyer's good faith
    $1600 3
Dwayne Johnson named a daughter this, also the first Black Disney princess
    $1600 5
In 1961 Stalingrad was renamed this, for the river on which it lies
    $1600 20
A sleepy scimitar
    $2000 2
This duck seen here sounds like it's named for a Russian place
    $2000 15
Clement Greenberg said the 1943 work "Mural" showed this man was the greatest painter the U.S. had produced
    $2000 12
Some traders specialize in this, the simultaneous buying & selling of the same asset at different prices in different markets
    $2000 4
Known for period dramas like George Eliot adaptations, actress Garai has this first name of an Eliot title character
    $2000 1
Argentina's second-largest city is named for this Spanish city; both are known for their leather
    $2000 21
A Papeete porkpie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dane Greg Hillary
$16,600 $4,800 $16,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1970s SONGS
In 1976 "Bohemian Rhapsody" was replaced at No. 1 on the U.K. charts by this Europop song whose title is heard in Queen's lyrics

Final scores:

Dane Greg Hillary
$6,799 $4,800 $199
2-day champion: $34,799 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dane Greg Hillary
$14,800 $4,800 $15,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2021-09-27
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