Show #8567 - Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Contestants

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Scott Plummer, a software developer from Golden, Colorado

Zoha Khalili, a movement lawyer from Anaheim, California

Jay Foster, an engineer from Rancho Palos Verdes, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

ONE WOMAN
"TOO" WORDS
3 STARS OF THE FILM
4-LETTER GEOGRAPHY
5 RANDOM THINGS
6 FLAGS
    $200 27
Among the items our woman famously saved was a blue & gold Lowestoft set of porcelain ware, more commonly called this
    $200 26
A small porch, or to bend down
    $200 17
2004:
The super voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter & Jason Lee
    $200 5
This city is Pennsylvania's only port on the St. Lawrence Seaway
    $200 19
A 2014 headline:
"Florida family butt-dials" this no. "while planning their next meth cook"; a dispatcher listened for 30 min.
    $200 6
Introduced in 1920, it consists of 5 interlocked rings of blue, black, red, green & yellow
    $400 28
Our subject raised funds to equip this duo's expedition with needed supplies; she was sure they were never coming back
    $400 25
In French, it's un mal de dent
    $400 16
2018:
Mahershala Ali, Viggo Mortensen & Linda Cardellini drive the film
    $400 4
A natural history museum, the Koenig is in this city, once the capital of West Germany
    $400 20
Holy biloba! Here's a beautiful example of this tree at a Buddhist temple said to be planted by a Chinese emperor of the Tang Dynasty
    $400 7
Also called salsa bandera, or "flag", this 3-word condiment is red, white & green, like Mexico's flag
    $600 21
Our one woman's one surviving child, Payne Todd, was a gambler who in 1830 went to this type of prison that Congress abolished in 1833
    $600 22
You can get one removed via dermabrasion
    $600 14
1989:
Olympia Dukakis, Sally Field & Julia Roberts & a 4th star--the weeping audience
    $600 3
The capital of this landlocked African nation is N'Djamena
    $600 11
Astronauts Scott, Worden & Irwin established a U. of Michigan alumni club on the Moon during this, the 4th mission to land
    $600 8
You can use two flags to communicate in the method seen here
    $800 29
At age 80, our lady was there when the 25,000-pound white marble cornerstone of this was laid July 4, 1848
    $800 24
Seaplanes float on them
    $800 15
2021:
Simu Liu, Tony Leung & Awkwafina
    DD: $1,000 1
This world capital began hosting Holmenkollen ski jump competition in 1892
    $800 12
This book after Exodus: "All that have not fins and scales in the seas... be an abomination unto you", so eating lobster? A no-go
    $800 9
Sportswriter Rob Neyer posed the query, "What makes" the race for one of these baseball flags "great?"
    $1000 30
In 1844 the woman had the honor to send the first personal message on this device--love to her friend Mary in Baltimore
    $1000 23
Seen here are these flower chains curving as intended
    $1000 18
1988:
Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon & Robert Wuhl, who makes a memorable visit to the mound
    $1000 2
Emily Blunt & John Krasinski tied the knot at George Clooney's villa on this lake
    $1000 13
Viewable from the U.N. in the East River, one of New York City's smallest islands is named for this secretary-general from Myanmar
    $1000 10
"Flag above White with Collage" is one of this contemporary artist's paintings

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

Jay Zoha Scott
$4,000 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Zoha Scott
$7,600 $1,200 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITTLE THINGS IN A BIG WORLD
CONDUCTORS
READ IT OR EAT IT?
(Mayim: There will be food in each response.)
INTERNATIONAL GET-TOGETHERS
MORE THAN ONE MEANING
KILLER TV SHOWS
    $400 10
Krill differ from true shrimp in that these respiratory organs are externally visible
    $400 11
His mentor Serge Koussevitzky suggested he change his name to Leonard S. Burns; he said no
    $400 1
Okies head west
    $400 15
In spring, head out from this largest Dutch city to the regional trade event focusing on tulips
    $400 21
A group of newborn animals, or to scatter trash about
    $400 26
Murders abound on the fictional Caribbean island of Saint-Marie, which doesn't seem much like Eden in "Death in" this
    $800 9
The buzz is true--the smallest hummingbird is this one named for an insect
    $800 12
Once a manuscript copyist for Wagner, Hans Richter conducted the first performance of this full cycle of operas
    $800 2
A grandfather tells a story about a town called Chewandswallow where food falls from the sky
    $800 16
Toronto's Collision Conference has a program for these tech companies named for their fledgling nature
    $800 22
A hot dog condiment, or to enjoy
    $800 27
Poisoned by snake venom on his uniform in 2003, Commander Ray Trapp was the first of many, many naval personnel killed on this show
    $1200 6
Also called a light quantum, this bit of radiation travels at the speed of light
    DD: $4,000 13
On an 1887 cruise New York Symphony Society conductor Walter Damrosch met this tycoon & talked him into building a hall
    $1200 3
Violent gangs of Droogs run wild in the streets of an English city
    $1200 17
This Austin-based meet-up was focused on music when it launched in 1987, but now includes other media
    $1200 20
A multitude, or the bread that's consecrated in the Eucharist
    $1200 28
Good cops CCH Pounder & Forest Whitaker hounded killer cop Michael Chiklis & the strike team on this FX series
    $1600 7
Aspergillus niger, also known as black mold, is one of these organisms & may be found widely in a home
    $1600 14
Sir Thomas Beecham conducted many U.K. premieres at the Royal Opera House in this London "Garden" spot
    $1600 4
Play in which a working class African-American family moves into an all-white Chicago neighborhood
    $1600 18
In 2018 the India Mobile Congress event focused on telecom issues, especially this new alphanumeric mobile network
    DD: $5,200 24
A wind-blown pile of snow, or the meaning of what you're saying
    $1600 29
The "Murders" in this British detective show take place in the fictional title county, not the dog days of August
    $2000 8
Latin for "whips", these appendages in some protozoa help them get around
    $2000 23
2 female music directors: Marin Alsop at the BSO (Baltimore Symphony) & Joann Falletta at the BPO (this N.Y. city's philharmonic)
    $2000 5
Just after World War II, a woman learns of a group of book lovers on one of the Channel Islands
    $2000 19
Billed as the "most influential tech event in the world", this event featuring gizmos & gadgets has been held in Las Vegas since 1978
    $2000 25
Your equal, or to look at closely
    $2000 30
"Better pay attention or this world we love so much might just kill you", Randy Newman sang in this show's opening theme

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Zoha Scott
$12,800 $15,600 $14,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
This city on the Rhone River that is partly a World Heritage Site was papal property until the French Revolution

Final scores:

Jay Zoha Scott
$25,600 $1,999 $28,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $28,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jay Zoha Scott
$12,600 $12,000 $11,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2021-11-29
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