Show #8525 - Friday, December 3, 2021

Amy Schneider game 13.


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Andrew Rafner, a set decorator from Thousand Oaks, California

Brooke Sachs, a user experience designer from Washington, D.C.

Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California (whose 12-day cash winnings total $483,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You need to name the type of animal each company uses.)
    $200 10
This emperor III declared war after his advisers told him Prussia was no match for France; wrong!
    $200 29
Atmospheric sciences include climatology & this, the study & forecasting of the weather
    $200 14
Chuck E. Cheese
    $200 1
Also called... a Victorian collar... this lace band... was in fashion in the 1890s... &... it's... tight
    $200 8
Floridian Tim Raines learned "bonjour" & "merci beaucoup" as one of the greatest players in this MLB team's history
    $200 30
It's a movable object on a computer screen, not one who swears a lot
    $400 11
French minister Léon Gambetta escaped the 1870 Siege of Paris by floating over the German lines in one of these
    $400 28
Marie Curie won Nobel prizes in these 2 categories
    $400 13
Qantas--a koala was in the commercials but this in the logo
    $400 18
The '90s had it all--scrunchies, grunge, flannel, & seen here, this dress named for another garment
    $400 7
The first Canadian team in Major League Soccer was the "FC" of this city in 2007
    $400 24
This adjective relates to the brain or describes someone with great intellect like you right now, hopefully
    $600 12
The French thought they had the upper hand with arms like the mitrailleuse, an early one of these rapid-fire weapons
    $600 27
Thomas Carlyle called this study of the production, consumption & distribution of wealth "the dismal science"
    $600 2
Vlasic pickles
    $600 23
French perfume creator Ernest Beaux helped launch this game changer in 1921, a complex blend of florals
    $600 6
In 2021 the shortened NHL season had an all-Canadian North Division, with 7 teams including Edmonton & this other Albertan one
    $600 20
It means unbroken & is used to describe the lower 48 U.S. states
    $800 16
This "Iron Chancellor" goaded France into war by publishing a misleading account of a diplomatic exchange
    $800 26
Petrology, the science of rocks, studies the 3 main classes: metamorphic, sedimentary & this one
    $800 4
    $800 15
This ankle wear was big with young female Sinatra fans in the 1940s
    $800 5
Won by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2019, this "colorful" trophy is awarded to the victor in the CFL championship game
    $800 21
As a noun, it's a convent; as a verb, it means to confine
    $1000 17
The Germans got an early edge by being more efficient at this process of getting troops "on the move" & ready to fight
    DD: $3,000 25
A German zoologist coined the name of this branch of biology that studies the relationship between organisms & their environments
    $1000 3
Kellogg's Honey Smacks--Dig'Em is his name
    $1000 19
The trendy Telfar bag was inspired by the shopping bag of this venerable department store at 3rd Avenue & 59th Street
    $1000 9
In 2021 Damian Warner became Canada's first Olympic champion in this & the first Olympian to pass 9,000 points
    $1000 22
They're 2 alternate ways you can serve multiple prison sentences; one will get you out much sooner than the other

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

Amy Brooke Andrew
$4,200 $2,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Brooke Andrew
$11,000 $4,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: We'll give you the role; you name the film.)
    $400 8
Based on the author's preface to this book, it could have been "The Last of the Wapanachki"
    $400 14
A London palace is named after the house built for John Sheffield, Duke of this
    $400 19
The South African parliament meets in this city that dates back to 1652 with the construction of a Dutch east India refreshment station
    $400 29
These Germanic people ruled parts of Britain from the 5th century until the Norman conquest
    $400 11
Rev. Shaw Moore, in a movie remake, set in a town where dancing is banned
    $400 30
William Somers, who built an observation wheel on the Atlantic City boardwalk, thought the Somers Wheel was copied by this man
    $800 9
The narrator of this Ralph Ellison novel joins "The Brotherhood", which renames him, but we never learn his old or new name
    $800 15
A bit surprising that a Frenchman, François Gérard, painted this duke, the reddest of all Redcoats
    $800 23
In 1871 the District of Columbia absorbed this town about 3 miles northwest of the Capitol
    $800 28
Having length, width & height
    $800 3
Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper
    $800 4
In 1897 this diva complained of thick bread, so the chef came back with thin, crisp slices of toast now named for her
    DD: $2,400 10
This Leon Uris novel portraying Israel's birth is about 10 times longer than the Bible book of the same name
    $1200 16
After abdicating the throne in 1936, Edward VIII was given this title
    $1200 24
This colony was established on May 14, 1607 but by 1610, starvation was a prime factor behind the death of 80% of its residents
    $1200 20
The Burlsworth Trophy is awarded to college football players who began as these, typically non-recruits
    $1200 2
World War II naval commander "Bull" Halsey
    $1200 5
Not even Yurchenko attempted the Yurchenko double pike in competition; in 2021 this gymnast was the first woman to do so
    $1600 12
This Somerset Maugham novel whose title refers to the sharp & difficult path to salvation was Alex Trebek's favorite book
    $1600 17
On his wedding day in 2011, Prince William was given the title Duke of this place
    DD: $6,000 25
In 1862 Confederate General John Magruder followed in Cornwallis' footsteps in having a very bad day in this historic place
    $1600 21
A stinging insect is in this adjective for a slender midsection
    $1600 1
High school baseball coach Jimmy Morris, who makes the Major Leagues
    $1600 6
Survival rates are better with this lymphoma named for a Victorian physician than with the non-this type
    $2000 13
This 1946 novel based on the life of Huey Long won the Pulitzer Prize & the movie won the Best Picture Oscar
    $2000 18
In 1717 this German-born man became resident composer to James Brydges, Duke of Chandos, & composed 11 "Chandos Anthems"
    $2000 26
Sleepy Hollow in New York's Westchester County was known as North this until 1996
    $2000 22
This vocal range of Marilyn Horne is higher than contralto
    $2000 27
Smooth-talking New Orleans police detective Remy McSwain
    $2000 7
This bullet, or ball, was named for a Frenchman, but Civil War soldiers pronounced it to sound like it was little

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Brooke Andrew
$33,400 $4,800 $4,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In the U.S. & its territories, this nonprofit whose roots trace to 1980 fulfills a word in its name every 34 minutes

Final scores:

Amy Brooke Andrew
$53,400 $801 $2,000
13-day champion: $536,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Brooke Andrew
$27,000 $4,800 $2,800
36 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
9 R,
0 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2021-10-05
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