Show #8581 - Monday, February 21, 2022

Contestants

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Henry Rozycki, a physician and professor from Richmond, Virginia

Lynde Smith, a server from Louisville, Colorado

Carter Lockwood, an attorney from Columbia, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS ON THE MOVE
THE KOREAN WAR
TREES
LAS VEGAS HOTEL NAMES
TV DOUBLE TAKES
(Ken: I'm gonna give you a mash-up of two different TV characters; you'll have to name the single performer who played both roles.)
ENDS WITH "OUT"!
    $200 2
After a trip to Egypt, French artist Jean-Léon Gérôme captured men being attentive inside one of these structures
    $200 3
This capital of South Korea changed hands 4 times during the course of the war
    $200 22
Gifted from Japan as a token of friendship in 1912, here are these trees doing their thing in Washington, D.C. as only they can
    $200 16
This pink bird always seems to have a leg up
    $200 9
T.J. Kirk
    $200 17
To stick out your lips to show displeasure
    $400 26
In 1872 Edgar Degas fittingly vacationed & painted in this southern state; you can visit the house he stayed at
    $400 23
With subzero weather at the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, vets suffered the long-term effects of this cold injury, including gangrene
    $400 27
One of these alliterative trees named for how they droop was dedicated to the memory of the singer Aaliyah
    $400 5
Lighters--or maybe cell phone flashlights--out! This interjection from the French means "again"
    $400 18
Barney Howser
    $400 15
According to an idiom, it's what the guy on the right is
    $600 25
Monet was fond of setting up shop by this river & making impressions of the Palace of Westminster
    $600 12
In 2018 South Korea's Moon Jae-in & this North Korean leader pledged to formally end the war but it hasn't happened... yet
    $600 28
This tree first brought from Australia to Hawaii in the 1880s can produce 65 pounds of nuts each year
    $600 4
Like America, this northern African desert is about 3,000 miles from east to west
    $600 19
Rose Nivens
    $600 10
Someone who's trying to get more followers on social media is said to be "chasing" this
    $800 14
Kandinsky, a Muscovite, headed west to Germany, painting in Munich & teaching at this "house of building" school in Weimar
    $800 11
Less than a year after he was chosen supreme commander of U.S.-led forces, he was relieved of all duties by President Truman
    DD: $1,200 29
This giant tree bears the name of a Cherokee leader who created a writing system
    $800 1
Arrrr! Jim Hawkins be dealin' with pirates in this 1883 novel
    $800 20
Elaine Meyer
    $800 6
On October 26, 1881 a famous one of these took place at the O.K. Corral
    $1000 24
Landscape painter J.M.W. Turner based the painting seen here on a visit he made to this city
    $1000 13
In September 1950, United States troops made a surprise landing at this strategic port, changing the course of the war
    $1000 30
Captain Bligh had saplings of this tree aboard the Bounty during the voyage that was marked by mutiny
    $1000 7
In 1983 Duran Duran informed us "her name is" this "& she dances on the sand"
    $1000 21
Little Joe Ingalls
    $1000 8
For over 40 years the American Cancer Society has hosted "The Great American" this on the third Thursday in November

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

Carter Lynde Henry
$4,000 $1,600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carter Lynde Henry
$3,800 $3,200 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD IN 50 SECONDS
BAD PEOPLE IN BOOKS
SPACE: KIND OF HUGE
THY FEARFUL SYMMETRY
BACK ME UP
SCRAMBLED HATS
    $400 7
In 2021 France lost about 7' of country after a farmer in this North Sea nation to the north moved a stone marker
    $400 16
Katniss thinks this man, leader of the Capitol, smells like blood & roses
    $400 6
A planetoid called Farfarout is the most distant object in our solar system at 132 A.U.s, short for this; 1 A.U. is 93 million miles
    $400 20
Won't lovers revolt now? is this type of phrase
    $400 17
She sang backup for Garth Brooks before her own career took off & in 2005, she married him
    $400 1
Go south by southwest:
MORE ORBS
    $800 5
Both the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site & the Evel Knievel Museum are in this state capital
    $800 18
Things turn out badly for Randle McMurphy in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" because of this medical pro
    $800 27
NASA reported the wingspan of this insect-named nebula covers 3 light-years & ejects layers of gas from a dying star at the center
    $800 26
The 4 interlocking silver rings in the logo of this brand symbolize the 1932 merger of 4 auto manufacturers
    $800 14
John Lennon not only co-wrote this Bowie song that asks, What's your name? What's your name?, he also sang on it
    $800 10
'60s sensation:
LOX BLIP
    $1200 3
In 2021, National Geographic recognized a fifth ocean, the one seen here, by calling it this directional name
    $1200 21
This slimy villain of "David Copperfield" gets his comeuppance as seen in the illustration here
    $1200 15
The nearest example of a red supergiant is this bright star; it's still 724 light-years away, & don't say it 3 times
    $1200 28
Symmetry can give a sense of peace as in a chapel inspired by a Psalm about the shadow of these animal parts
    $1200 13
She was a backup singer for Brenda K. Starr when she was discovered in the late '80s--19 No. 1 hits later...
    $1200 11
Ideal for detecting:
ELK ARRESTED
    $1600 2
Considered Japan's mainland, this island has more than 6,000 miles of coastline
    DD: $5,200 22
Smallpox is but one of the retributions suffered by the villainous Madame de Merteuil in this 1782 French novel
    $1600 8
In 1977 this probe 2 launched 2 weeks before probe 1; it took 12 years to reach Neptune before hitting interstellar space
    $1600 29
Laying down the math laws, the commutative law is on the top & this law is on the bottom
    $1600 9
While her song "You're So Vain" is not about Mick Jagger, he did provide backing vocals
    $1600 12
Perfect on a president:
I TOP VEEPS
    $2000 4
Here is Stromboli, an Italian volcano off Sicily, actively volcanoing into this sea of the Mediterranean
    $2000 23
This character tells Paul Sheldon, "You're going to use this typewriter to write a new novel! Your best novel! 'Misery's Return!"'
    DD: $2,200 19
Launched in 1989, the Galileo craft took the long way 'round to this planet in a 6-year, 2.4-billion-mile circuitous route
    $2000 30
In radial symmetry called pentamerism, a creature can split along several axes; in this type of symmetry, only the left & right sides match
    $2000 25
He backed up Steely Dan before fronting the Doobie Brothers, then went solo with songs like "I Keep Forgettin"'
    $2000 24
Chefly chapeau:
QUOTE

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carter Lynde Henry
$9,800 $6,000 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC EUROPEAN FAMILIES
This family has been traced to the Mugello valley around the year 1200 & the name suggests the trade of physician

Final scores:

Carter Lynde Henry
$12,601 $10,000 $20,101
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,101

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carter Lynde Henry
$9,800 $11,200 $12,000
18 R,
3 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2021-12-14
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