Show #8565 - Friday, January 28, 2022

Contestants

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Jay Foster, an engineer from Rancho Palos Verdes, California

Kirsten Greenwell, a communications associate from Washington, D.C.

Carrie Cadwallader, a business intelligence manager from Aurora, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

IT HAPPENED IN EUROPE
SCIENCE & NATURE
FASHION
WORD ORIGINS
AMERICANA
DAD TV
(Ken: You'll have to name the TV show in question.)
    $200 2
Completed in Mainz, Germany around 1455, it was printed in 42-line columns
    $200 1
Data compiled by Rhodium Group says if cows were a country, they'd be the world's 6th-largest emitter of this greenhouse gas
    $200 15
The dress code for players at Wimbledon says tennis attire must be "almost entirely" this color, which does not include cream
    $200 8
This term for a vast collection of stars, gas & dust is from the Greek for "milk"
    $200 9
A bit confusingly, the first big attraction in the history of Florida's Gatorland was Bone Crusher, a 1/2-ton one of these
    $200 22
Serenity-seeking
Frank Costanza
    $400 3
In 314 a schism was the impetus for the Council of Arles, then a part of this ancient Roman region
    DD: $1,000 4
He wrote that in 1666 "I procured me a triangular glass-prisme, to try therewith the... phenomena of colours"
    $400 19
This diamond-shaped pattern is based on the tartan of a branch of the Campbell Clan
    $400 10
This synonym for agreement comes from Latin for "together" & "heart"
    $400 14
A quarter-ton cow made of this (unsalted) is an icon of the Illinois State Fair
    $400 23
Handyman TV host
Tim Taylor
    $600 28
Historian Arnold Toynbee popularized this 2-word term describing Britain's economic change from about 1760 to 1840
    $600 5
These insects, Bombyx mori, like to munch on mulberry leaves
    $600 20
First popularized in the late '60s by designers like de la Renta, it can be flattering but can also make you trip
    $600 11
The name of this head covering for Muslim women comes from the Arabic for "to cover"
    $600 16
Young woman! It's fun to stay here & Julia Morgan, the USA's most prolific major architect, designed about 20 of them
    $600 24
Hardworking farmer Charles Ingalls
    $800 29
This event brought joy two days before D-Day
    $800 6
These subatomic particles come in 6 flavors & interact by means of the strong force
    $800 21
This type of collar named for a type of Chinese official is also called a Mao collar
    $800 12
The name of this popular pet comes from the Germans, who add "rad", meaning wheel, to describe a tedious routine
    $800 17
The original logo of this movie studio was likely inspired by scenic Ben Lomond in Utah, home state of W.W. Hodkinson, a studio founder
    $800 25
Fred Andrews,
who took a bullet for his son
    $1000 7
It's defined as the sum of all chemical reactions that take place in each cell & provide energy for activities
    $1000 27
Persian for "milk & sugar" gives us the name of this striped & puckered fabric often used for summer suits
    $1000 13
From the French, where it means "origin", it's the chain of ownership of an artwork
    $1000 18
You didn't want to annoy the Catskill Witch, who in legend controlled the weather for this river valley
    $1000 26
Chicago police sergeant Carl Winslow

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

Carrie Kirsten Jay
$3,000 $400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carrie Kirsten Jay
$6,600 $1,600 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

RHYMING AMERICAN ROAD TRIP
(Ken: You'll need to give us both the starting and ending points which will rhyme.)
BIBLICAL PROPHETS
ONE-SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES
HOOK
LINE
Ken: You'll need to name the play that contains each line.)
SINKER
    $400 11
Our road trip begins in a state capital 80 miles outside San Antonio & we go to another on the Atlantic coast
    $400 5
In 2 Samuel, Nathan confronted this king about his adultery
    $400 16
Meaning immense, it can come before cheese or Mac
    $400 6
An idiom that means "by any way possible" mentions hook & this rhyming word
    $400 21
"O true apothecary, thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die"
    $400 24
With great timing, this pirate in a 2003 film steps off his now-sunken boat & onto Port Royal's dock
    $800 12
From a New Mexico City at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, do you know the way to the seat of California's Santa Clara County?
    $800 4
Micah says of this town, "Though thou be little... out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel"
    $800 17
It can mean honest or attractive, or refer to good weather
    $800 7
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was the master of this signature shot that he used to great effect with the Lakers
    $800 22
"Now all she does is fool with those pieces of glass and play those worn-out records. What kind of a life is that for a girl to lead?"
    $800 27
In a fitting end to "Titanic", a much older Rose drops a blue diamond called this overboard
    DD: $3,000 13
Head west out of one state that borders Manitoba to enter a second state that also does
    $1200 1
Haggai encouraged people to get busy with this construction task & that they would be rewarded with abundance
    $1200 18
This adjective for an unusual sense of humor sounds like a bread choice
    $1200 8
Hookworms are this type of creature that lives at the expense of another
    $1200 23
"In my mind, Martha, you are buried in cement, right up to your neck"
    $1200 28
Tom Hanks' plane crashes & sinks at the start of this 2000 film, & that's just the beginning of his problems
    $1600 14
Journey 300 miles west from a city where author Thomas Wolfe lived to a city known for music
    $1600 2
Ezekiel accompanied the Hebrews during their exile here & prophesied their return to Israel
    $1600 19
A Stephen King title uses this 3-letter adjective to describe a pupil
    $1600 9
No mistake, the 4-letter hook seen here has been known to pull in a fish or two
    $1600 25
"Who knows Sidney Poitier so we could just call him up & ask him?"
    $1600 29
As a building in Venice sinks, Vesper Lynd is trapped underwater & James Bond can't save her in this 2006 movie
    $2000 15
It's quite a trek from the capital of New Jersey to the city that's home to Texas Woman's University
    $2000 3
He doesn't get his own book, but does get to triumph over the false prophets when the Lord accepts his sacrifice
    DD: $4,000 20
Evasive or shy, like the mistress in an Andrew Marvell poem
    $2000 10
The fast ferry at Hoek van Holland, aka "The Hook", shuttles people to this big port city
    $2000 26
"I'm concerned about the relationship between Father Flynn & your son"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carrie Kirsten Jay
$5,000 $6,800 $13,600
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1970s SINGER-SONGWRITERS
While speaking to Congress in 1985, he explained that his 1973 hit, now a state song, wasn't about drugs

Final scores:

Carrie Kirsten Jay
$9,500 $0 $13,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $13,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carrie Kirsten Jay
$8,400 $6,800 $11,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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Game tape date: 2021-11-09
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