Show #8574 - Thursday, February 10, 2022


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Nick Heise, a technical services engineer from Madison, Wisconsin

Kelsey Davison, a program manager from Seattle, Washington

Lawrence Long, a nursing student and stay-at-home uncle from East Bend, North Carolina (whose 3-day cash winnings total $74,792)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
The University of Pennsylvania
    $200 21
In Brazil, you have a carteira de motorista; in Portugal, its a carta de condução; in America, it's this
    $200 17
Mike Myers came up with this character after hearing "The Look Of Love" & wondering, "Where have all the swingers gone?"
    $200 19
In 49 B.C., this Roman led his forces from Gaul into Italy, starting a civil war
    $200 22
If your can of tuna says "chunk white" or "solid white", it came from this species
    $200 20
A "dry" one of these has gin & a drizzle of dry vermouth, while an "extra dry" one has even less vermouth
    $400 1
The University of Georgia
    $400 27
French Canadians use "on" for this pronoun instead of "nous", more commonly used in France
    $400 16
Cheech Marin was born in L.A. but this "Up in Smoke" partner of his is from Edmonton, man
    $400 18
Ending the Napoleonic Wars, the Battle of Waterloo took place in what's now this country
    $400 15
This fish is so named for its ability to inflate itself like a balloon when threatened
    $400 23
It's 5:00 somewhere, so let's enjoy this rum cocktail with muddled lime & mint leaves
    $600 2
Ohio State, actually one of 14 schools
    $600 28
In the Middle East they speak the Levantine type of this language, while Mauritania speaks the Hassaniya type
    $600 6
She's the international treasure seen here who introduced amazing new ways to pronounce "gala" & "philosophic"
    $600 11
These 2 members of OPEC were at war with each other from 1980 to 1988
    $600 14
They make up the genus Hippocampus
    $600 24
Down Havana way, rum, Coke & lime make up this classic cocktail
    $800 3
The University of Texas, actually one of 10 schools
    $800 29
In Mexico this is what holds a burrito, but in Spain, it means a potato omelet
    $800 7
At the 2021 Emmys, John Oliver & Lorne Michaels both paid tribute to this late comic & "SNL" Weekend Update host
    $800 10
In 19th century Mali, Umar Tal built an empire with a series of these holy wars
    $800 13
This colorful fish is a popular pet; just make sure it has plenty of room to swim around, & don't put two males together
    $800 25
The plum relatives seen here are used to make this type of gin fizz
    $1000 4
UCLA, & the number in the conference title is actually accurate
    $1000 30
For "good day", Austrians use "gruss gott" instead of this literal translation used in most of Germany
    $1000 8
This Canadian sketch group gave us "Crushing Your Head" & "30 Helens Agree", where 30 women in a field agreed en masse, "Love hurts!"
    DD: $1,800 9
In 1814 this man later to be president helped negotiate the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812
    $1000 12
The blackspotted cutthroat one of these is Montana's state fish
    $1000 26
This beachy brand of rum comes in flavors like pineapple & watermelon as well as the original Caribbean with coconut liqueur

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

Lawrence Kelsey Nick
$1,200 $3,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lawrence Kelsey Nick
$5,200 $2,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response is two words.)
    $400 19
This country: Phat Diem Cathedral & Hue Imperial City
    $400 2
Add a letter to a fold-up bed & it becomes a male foal
    $400 25
In April 2021 the death at age 99 of this longest-serving British consort was announced "with deep sorrow"
    $400 15
In "I'll Take Your Questions Now", Stephanie Grisham recounts her time at this job during the Trump administration
    $400 24
In a holiday favorite, "The fire is so delightful and since we've no place to go", this title, this title, this title
    $400 29
This first lady was also the niece of another president
    $800 8
Washington: this peak in the Cascades that made headlines in 1980 after a 5.1 earthquake
    $800 3
Add a letter to comestibles to get a deluge
    $800 26
A Dachshund named Pipkin mated with the queen's favorite breed, so her majesty ended up with some of these hybrids
    DD: $5,000 17
Published in 2020,"The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" by this author is set in Panem
    $800 11
The Scorpions sang, "Here I am, rock you like" one of these
    $800 16
Prior to World War II, this German "Desert Fox" wrote a textbook called "Infantry Attacks"
    $1200 9
London: this meeting place & intersection between Coventry & Regent Streets with little to no live elephants
    $1200 4
When a certain letter gets under your epidermis, it becomes a coil of yarn
    DD: $2,000 27
On October 21, 1950 she was baptized in the Music Room of Buckingham Palace
    $1200 18
"Sex and Vanity" is this alliterative author's first novel outside the universe of "Crazy Rich Asians"
    $1200 1
In this disco classic by The Weather Girls, the forecast was very unusual precipitation; "hallelujah!"
    $1200 12
He's the veteran actor & famous brother seen here
    $1600 20
Egypt: this sea-level waterway extending from Port Said
    $1600 5
A synonym for dark & dirty takes on a letter & becomes a small boat
    $1600 28
At a coronation, following the oath, there's an anointing with oil by the person with this title
    $1600 22
"Just Like You", about a May-December romance, is by this man who also wrote "High Fidelity"
    $1600 7
Making some big noise, AC/DC "Got Some Rock & Roll" this, while Kiss staked a claim with "God Of" it
    $1600 13
In World War I, the 26 victories by this American fighter ace included 22 planes & 4 balloons
    $2000 21
This world capital: Azerbaijan Technical University--go A-Tech!
    $2000 6
Add a letter to a lustrous fabric to get a type of drug that lowers cholesterol
    $2000 30
Queen Victoria was born & raised in this palace that's today home to the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge
    $2000 23
With four Hugo Awards on her mantel, this author wrote about the Big Apple in "The City We Became"
    $2000 10
Bill Withers passed away in 2020 & as he sang, "Ain't No" this when he's gone
    $2000 14
This Kiwi won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1908 for his work on radioactivity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lawrence Kelsey Nick
$8,600 $12,800 $13,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1946 she was aboard a train to Darjeeling when she heard what she later described as "the call within a call"

Final scores:

Lawrence Kelsey Nick
$17,200 $17,800 $25,900
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,900

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lawrence Kelsey Nick
$15,400 $12,800 $12,200
19 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R,
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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Game tape date: 2021-11-30
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