Show #8510 - Friday, November 12, 2021

Andrew He game 3.


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Brennan Harkin, a business analyst from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Dorothy Lam Frey, a radiologist from Chicago, Illinois

Andrew He, a software developer from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $72,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: All the programs in the category streaming on Disney+.)
(Ken: None of them will end with the letter S.)
    $200 30
48 hours after Smoky Mountain wildfires devastated Tennessee homes in 2016, she worked beyond 9 to 5 to create her My People Fund to help
    $200 5
This novel could have been called "2 1/2 Days in the Life of Holden Caulfield"
    $200 29
Miss Minutes has the task of explaining the multiverse to this Marvel antihero who meets, let's say, unexpected variants of himself
    $200 27
Beginning & ending with the same letter, this word for the floor in front of the fireplace can also refer to your home
    $200 13
Some surmise that arsenic in the wallpaper contributed to this leader's death on the island of St. Helena in 1821
    $200 28
    $400 24
David Rubenstein gave the National Archives a print of this document struck from an 1823 copper engraving plate; hands off, Nic Cage!
    DD: $1,000 6
William Peter Blatty really turned heads with this 1971 bestseller
    $400 26
Take a fly-through of "Star Wars" vehicles like this iconic ship. "You're all clear, kid!"; now let's respond correctly and go home
    $400 25
This type of bathtub seen here is named for its formidable appendages
    $400 21
In 1821 a Spanish viceroy signed a treaty giving this New World country its independence
    $400 23
    $600 16
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation hopes to cure injuries to this body part "by advancing innovative research"
    $600 7
You might say young Charlie McGee lit up this 1980 Stephen King novel
    $600 19
Pixar's "Dug Days" is set in the backyard of the pooch introduced in this 2009 film
    $600 17
Not installed in new homes anymore, if one of these burns out in the "box" for them, grab an Edison base type
    $600 20
In 1821 this future president served briefly as Florida's governor; he'd fought there in the War of 1812
    $600 22
Tableau--just the last letter, please
    $800 15
Adoptions & a targeted spaying & neutering program are ways that PAWS Chicago is able to maintain this 2-word policy
    $800 8
Alice Walker began this novel, "You better not never tell nobody but God"
    $800 18
It's Hanks for the memory, but Josh Peck is now the first half of the title in this show, a reboot of a 1989 detective film
    $800 11
Similar to crown molding, this architectural ornamentation seen here, also starts with the letter "C"
    $800 12
Noah Webster helped found this Massachusetts liberal arts college in 1821
    $800 14
    $1000 4
Your donations let this children's research hospital in Tennessee promise "No family receives a bill from" it
    $1000 9
This novel has been described as "the final, notoriously obscure, wondrously perplexing work of James Joyce"
    $1000 10
A hidden underground cave below Chichen Itza is a legend of this people; a "National Geographic" documentary digs up the "Buried Truth"
    $1000 1
One of the original rooms in Clue, it's a greenhouse that's usually attached to the main structure
    $1000 2
Later to be America's first homegrown saint, she wrote before her 1821 passing, "I'll be wild Betsy to the last"
    $1000 3

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Andrew Dorothy Brennan
$6,200 $0 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Dorothy Brennan
$10,000 $800 -$1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
In 2013 a statue of this civil rights icon, appearing as she did on the bus that day in 1955, was unveiled in the U.S. Capitol
    $400 27
"Shallow", co-written by Lady Gaga
    $400 29
In 2014 Waverley Station in this capital was adorned with quotes from Sir Walter Scott, who wrote the novel it's named for
    $400 28
These office supplies are a synonym for basics, as in basic goods
    $400 26
As well as short catchy songs used in ads, they're the metal disks in the frame of a tambourine
    $400 14
Our immune systems produce these proteins to fight off disease
    $800 23
JFK praised this 1963 demonstration that drew about 250,000 participants & culminated at the Lincoln Memorial
    $800 25
"Lose Yourself"
    $800 24
Paris' largest gare, or train station, is the one that's in this part of the city & has that as its name
    $800 21
A Sibyl is a female prophet or one of these, from the Latin for to pray or to speak
    $800 22
Expert oboe players also become experts at crowing & scraping these
    $800 13
The name of this class of animals means "double life"
    $1200 7
As chief counsel for the NAACP, this future justice argued Brown V. Board of Education before the Supreme Court
    $1200 12
1987: "(I've Had) The Time Of My Life", sung by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
    $1200 18
Li├Ęge, in this country, got a futuristic new station in 2009 to accommodate high-speed trains
    $1200 16
This synonym for "crowd" is related to the German for "pressure"
    $1200 8
Stradivarius also made these; about a dozen survive, & the one seen here has been offered by Sotheby's for $45 million
    $1200 9
It's the rate at which velocity changes over time
    $1600 6
One of the original "Big Four" civil rights groups, CORE, founded in 1942, stands for the Congress of this
    $1600 17
1972: "The Morning After", from this disaster film
    DD: $6,000 2
Now in mid-renovation, this historic Baltimore station has the same name as a NYC station that was famously demolished
    DD: $4,000 10
This animal is a synonym for evasive or sneaky as it was thought to suck out the contents of an egg while leaving the shell intact
    $1600 5
Francois Couperin composed for this instrument superseded by the piano & taught Louis XIV's children to play it
    $1600 4
In physics it's the distance from the center line of a wave to the top of the crest
    $2000 1
Seen here is this numerical group plus their NAACP adviser who integrated Arkansas' Central High School in 1957
    $2000 20
"Thanks For The Memory", from "The Big" this "of 1938"
    $2000 19
The elaborate Dunedin New Zealand Station got designer George Troup the alliterative nickname, this tasty treat, "George"
    $2000 15
Severe, harsh & cruel are synonyms for this adjective that comes from the name of a Greek lawgiver
    $2000 11
Unlike the curved ones, this type of saxophone heard here is usually straight & looks like a clarinet
    $2000 3
Here's an up-close image of this pollen-bearing part of a hibiscus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Dorothy Brennan
$24,800 $1,600 $1,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"The Murder of Gonzago" is used as a play within a 1966 play by this man who was inspired by Shakespeare

Final scores:

Andrew Dorothy Brennan
$34,800 $600 $100
3-day champion: $107,101 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Dorothy Brennan
$28,400 $2,600 $1,800
31 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2021-09-27
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