Show #8604 - Thursday, March 24, 2022


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Omar Khalid, a public health official from New Orleans , Louisiana

Ciara Donegan, an undergraduate student from Towson, Maryland

Tim McCaigue, an app developer from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
The only mortal Gorgon, she literally lost her head to Perseus
    $200 6
Wilhelm Karmann used the chassis & engine of this company's utilitarian Bug for its much more stylish Karmann Ghia
    $200 8
These are the first 3 words in the first book of the King James Bible
    $200 13
Appropriately for the board, this singer was the People's Choice as the Top Animated Movie Star of 2019 for "The Lion King"
    $200 16
...gone nowhere near this D.C. complex on June 17, 1972, Virgilio Gonzalez; you could have put your locksmith skills to better use
    $200 30
Clocking a phrase to remember twice a year, this precedes "fall back"
    $400 11
One myth says Jason was an old man when the prow of this rotting ship fell on him & killed him
    $400 29
The "XK" in the name of this British maker's famed XK-E refers to its engine, the 11th in the X series
    $400 9
It's the sweater seen here
    $400 14
2 things changed since this TV show debuted on Sept. 24, 1968; that was a Tuesday, it had no ticking timepiece, but it still airs
    $400 17
...if you're Ford Motors, not sunk $350 million into this brand in the late '50s that became shorthand for a flop
    $400 25
Like medieval castle-busters, firefighters use this 2-word bar to go through brick walls
    $600 4
Fleeing Crete with his father, he plunged to the sea after the wax in his wings melted
    $600 28
After Peugeot complained it had patented a three-digit model number, Porsche added 10 to get this now classic model
    $600 10
The original tagline of this lodging-assist company was "Travel like a human"
    $600 15
In 2021 Netflix' co-CEO said this would "be our biggest non-English language show"; worst case with us, you finish in the red
    $600 18
...just not crimed so much in leading Tammany Hall; you looted between $30 & $200 million, & that's in 1800s dollars!
    $600 1
Do you see a pattern here, specifically this one?
    $800 5
This handsome youth pined away & died after falling in love with his own reflection in a pool of water
    $800 26
Road & Track called this Chevy classic "America's sports car"
    $800 23
Montana's state tree is the ponderosa this
    $800 19
In the '70s we liked this brother act behind the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack, which has sold over 40 million copies
    $800 21
...maybe stuck to the speaking circuit instead of making failed presidential runs in 1896, 1900 & 1908
    $800 2
A baseball player makes this type of running "catch" with their glove close to the ground (& their footwear)
    $1000 7
This queen of Thebes hanged herself after realizing that her husband Oedipus was also her son
    $1000 27
The take-off ready tail fins of a 1959 classic from this maker are seen here
    DD: $3,000 24
U.S. postage stamps bearing this word began going on sale in April 2007
    $1000 20
This 2013 film, the first in a franchise that gave us Annabelle, scared up $137 million in domestic box office on a $20 mil. budget
    $1000 22
...been more careful on your way to New York City; maybe not have Benedict Arnold's plans of West Point in your boot
    $1000 3
"Loping" is a synonym for this nine-letter way the animal seen here is moving

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

Tim Ciara Omar
$1,400 $4,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Ciara Omar
$3,600 $9,200 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
This nation shares an official language with Austria & a 497-mile border, the longest for each
    $400 28
This dino-bestseller came with a prologue: "The Bite of the Raptor"
    $400 15
Whether simple or compound, FX is one of these medical owies
    $400 30
In 1878 a member of this family accused Floyd Hatfield of pig theft & the rest is violent history
    $400 7
This city's marathon runs past the Aloha Tower before finishing in Kapiolani Park
    $400 17
To lightly scrape the skin, or to eat small amounts of food throughout the day
    $800 22
The Burgenland wine region forms Austria's eastern border with this nation it was once joined with in an empire
    $800 25
One-word titles by her include "Sula", "Beloved" & "Paradise"
    $800 14
STP can stand for standard these 2 measures (0 Celsius & 760 mm of mercury, respectively)
    $800 29
In the 1880s Ramón y Cajal came up with the neuron theory of this system in contrast to Golgi's reticular one--game on!
    $800 27
Competitors run west across San Francisco to the Pacific coast in a race with the alliterative name this "to Breakers"
    $800 16
Ingest, or the bird seen here
    DD: $4,000 19
This tiny landlocked constitutional monarchy's border with Austria is a scant 21 miles
    $1200 1
His final novel, 1962's "Island", was about a different brave New World, a utopian society in the Pacific
    $1200 13
LH for short, it causes the release of eggs from the ovaries
    $1200 18
In 1905 Johnny Evers took a cab to the ballpark & left this double play partner at the hotel; the 2 barely spoke for the next 30 years
    $1200 5
For almost a century the Fastnet race for these ships has gone from the Isle of Wight to Ireland & back to England
    $1200 8
A commemorative tablet, or some not-so-nice sticky stuff on your teeth
    $1600 20
Austria's border with Italy is high in the Alpine region with this 5-letter name
    $1600 2
Critics hailed her "My Cousin Rachel" as another "Rebecca"
    DD: $4,000 3
The "Z" in Canada's LZT telescope refers to this, so it mostly points straight up
    $1600 23
Her contempt for the urologist husband of Louella Parsons was one reason for the 2 gossip columnists' longtime rivalry
    $1600 4
The original horse race known as this takes place at England's Epsom Downs each June; here's a race from 200 years ago
    $1600 11
Great significance, or to bring in merchandise from another country
    $2000 21
One of the fastest-growing cities in Europe, this national capital is just over the Slovak border on the Danube River
    $2000 9
John Hersey won a 1945 Pulitzer Prize for his tale of Allied-occupied Italy called "A Bell for" this town
    $2000 10
In trig, S=O/H is deciphered as sine equals this
    $2000 24
When critic Jean Lorrain tried to out him, this novelist & creator of the Baron de Charlus fought an 1897 duel with Lorrain
    $2000 6
Drivers vie to see who can go farthest in a single day in the "24 Hours of" this French city
    $2000 12
Apt to do something, or sloped, like one of the 6 simple machines

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Ciara Omar
$11,200 $19,600 $13,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the source material from more than 3 centuries ago, her name was badr al-budur, "full moon of full moons"

Final scores:

Tim Ciara Omar
$21,200 $27,601 $24,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $27,601 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tim Ciara Omar
$6,000 $17,600 $13,800
11 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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Game tape date: 2022-01-19
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