Show #8571 - Monday, February 7, 2022

Contestants

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Jennifer Kronenberger, a social worker from Metarie, Louisiana

Lawrence Long, a nursing student and stay-at-home uncle from East Bend, North Carolina

Emma Saltzberg, a consultant from Brooklyn, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $54,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE WRATH OF KHAN
AIR
MIXED BAGS
THE WORD SERIES
& THEN TO THE OPERA HOUSE!
POP CULTURE "EAST" & "WEST"
(Mayim: One of those words will be in each response.)
    $200 16
"X" marks this spot where the Great Khan held a debate between Daoists & Buddhists, forcing the former to convert
    $200 18
Title VI of the Clean Air Act is "stratospheric" this layer "protection"
    $200 4
This capacious canvas item symbolizes commitment to your local NPR station
    $200 22
A proverb says, "A nod is as good as" one of these "to a blind horse"
    $200 8
Have a g'day at this city's Taronga Zoo, opened in 1884, then have a g'night at the opera house
    $200 1
2 New York City gangs sing & dance in this top-grossing film of 1961
    $400 17
The Tangut people, related to those of this "roof of the world" region, had a nice little kingdom in NW China until Genghis came along
    $400 19
Among other things, TLC stands for this; 6 liters of air is a healthy measurement
    $400 5
One of these from the Scottish Highlands has 2 tenor drones & a single bass one
    $400 23
The presidential oath of office: "preserve, protect and" this verb "the Constitution of the United States"
    $400 10
Enjoy the 360-degree views in the Atomium built for Expo 58 in this Belgian Capital & then the music in its De Munt National Opera House
    $400 2
Yul Brynner wore the black hat in this 1973 movie; Ed Harris is a different man in black on the TV series
    $600 29
A shah paid the ultimate price after going back on his word to allow Genghis to trade on this legendary route
    $600 20
To reduce head injuries in kids, keep the air pressure of these items low, maybe below the 14 psi max for U.S. pros
    $600 6
As a noun, it's an object used to fortify structures; as a verb, it means to deceive by masking one's skill in a contest
    $600 24
This word follows "legal" on the obverse of a dollar bill
    $600 11
Get your rodeo on during the 10 days of its stampede & also mosey over to the Mamdani Opera Centre
    $600 3
In a 2018 summer tune, "She used to meet me" here, "in the city where the sun don't set"
    $800 21
Up high, it's a downdraft that affects flight; underwater, it's a breathable zone where some have survived for days
    $800 7
A bouquet garni used by chefs is usually made from this fabric with a dairy product in its name
    $800 25
Henry Traute of the Diamond Match Co. came up with this 4-word phrase that begins with "close cover", printed billions of times
    $800 12
Meet up in Yitzhak Rabin Square & enjoy the Israeli opera at the performing arts centre in this 2-word city
    $800 14
The Trask at hand is knowing James Dean starred in this 1955 film
    $1000 28
Batu Khan, while leading this legendary troop of the Mongol Empire, sacked & burned Kiev in 1240
    $1000 27
The dew point is reached when this 2-word measurement for the air reaches 100%
    $1000 9
These bags, such as the model 1859 McClellan ones, were issued to U.S. Army Cavalry
    $1000 26
Hamlet ponders taking up "arms against a sea of" these
    DD: $2,000 13
This Po River city's Santa Sindone Chapel houses a famous linen; there's great opera at its Teatro Regio
    $1000 15
Danny McBride was ex-Major Leaguer Kenny Powers on this HBO series

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

Emma Lawrence Jennifer
$2,400 $1,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Lawrence Jennifer
$3,200 $1,600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANGELS & DEMONS & INSURANCE AGENTS
PHOTOGRAPHERS
INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES
WORDS WITH NUMBERS IN THEM
PROSE
CANNES
    $400 19
The name of this motorcycle club founded in 1948 had been used during World War II by bomber crews
    $400 26
Margaret Bourke-White's pic of Fort Peck Dam was the first cover of this Henry Luce magazine that covered, well... everything
    $400 1
Aer Lingus has a hub & its headquarters in this capital city
    $400 16
Ponderous or heavy
    $400 11
Louis Chu's novel of Manhattan's Chinatown is titled "Eat a Bowl of" this beverage
    $400 7
Holly Hunter won Best Actress for a film titled for this instrument, & Isabelle Huppert won for a film in which she taught it
    $800 20
Your agent assures you that even though this company's name isn't on Seattle's ballpark anymore, your policy is as secure as it sounds
    $800 27
In Depression-era America, Dorothea Lange took the alliterative "Migrant" this seen here
    $800 2
This German airline began flying in April 1955
    $800 17
7-letter adjective describing a weak grasp of a situation or a thin lead in a game
    DD: $4,000 12
Milan Kundera wrote "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" in this language, but later started writing novels in French
    $800 3
It won top prize in 1949 & a 2015 restoration also played Cannes in the centenary year of Orson Welles, who played Harry Lime
    $1200 21
Taking a break from Nine Inch Nails, he formed How to Destroy Angels & married a bandmate
    $1200 28
Walter Iooss took a classic shot of reporters including Brent Musburger around this Jets QB lounging poolside before Super Bowl 3
    $1200 8
Dozens of flight attendants stripped off their uniforms in a Rome square to protest this airline's October 2021 demise
    $1200 18
They're the delicious little cakes seen here
    $1200 13
James McBride's "The Good Lord Bird" finds the young enslaved Henry joining this abolitionist at Harpers Ferry
    DD: $3,600 4
Trees like those seen here on the Promenade de la Croisette inspired this name of Cannes' top prize, first awarded in 1955
    $1600 22
The agent explains whole life insurance costs more than this 4-letter kind with benefits that expire after you survive 10, 20 or 30 years
    $1600 29
Pennsylvania Avenue in D.C. looked a little different in May 1865 in a photo credited to this man
    $1600 9
The name of this Russian airline comes from words meaning "air fleet"
    $1600 24
As an adjective, it means "former"; as a sports verb, it's to shoot when a pass reaches you without pausing
    $1600 14
This "sanguine" novel by Cormac McCarthy describes the villainous Judge Holden as "a great shambling mutant"
    $1600 5
A winner at Cannes was the 1998 film called "La vita è bella", directed by this Italian, who also starred
    $2000 23
A demon in early English folklore, it became the name of a character in a Shakespeare comedy
    $2000 30
In 1935 this photographer from San Francisco used his own pics to create a guide called "Making a Photograph"
    $2000 10
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai wanted to start an airline & this name was chosen for it in 1984
    $2000 25
Derived from seeds of the Nux vomica tree, this poison is often used in rodent control
    $2000 15
She's the 18th century author of "Mary, A Fiction" & "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman"
    $2000 6
This 2007 Jury Prize winner was an animated feature based on Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel about an Iranian girl

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emma Lawrence Jennifer
$11,600 $14,800 $5,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

TOYS & GAMES
Its co-creator said adding an "L" to the end of the 1st word in the original title of this board game invented in 1979 "made it"

Final scores:

Emma Lawrence Jennifer
$9,600 $23,201 $600
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $23,201 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emma Lawrence Jennifer
$15,600 $14,400 $5,600
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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Game tape date: 2021-11-30
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