Show #8609 - Thursday, March 31, 2022

Contestants

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Christian Souvenir, a senior intelligence analyst from Brooklyn, New York

Evan Roberts, a chemistry teacher from Louisville, Kentucky

Jackie Kelly, a pension calculation developer from Cary, North Carolina (whose 4-day cash winnings total $115,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

MAP QUEST
IN MEMORIAM 2021
BUSINESS NAME ORIGINS
COMPOSERS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
EVERYTHING FROM A TO A
    $200 25
This state capital was founded by four way-out-of-staters, one from England, one from Georgia, one from Alabama & one from Iowa
    $200 26
Thank you for being a friend all of these years, beloved icons Betty White & this one-time co-star who both passed in 2021
    $200 27
The name of this Akron-based company honors the man who invented the vulcanization process for rubber
    $200 29
Handel wrote this piece with its famed "Hallelujah" chorus for Easter, not Christmas
    $200 30
Rutgers' football rivalry with this school goes back to their first collegiate game in 1869
    $200 28
It's from the Greek for "forgetfulness"
    $400 22
The Hudson Bay Lowland & the Saskatchewan Plain are 2 of the land regions that extend into this Canadian province
    $400 6
A heart attack claimed the life of '90s rapper Earl Simmons, better known by this 3-letter moniker
    $400 24
This stolen vehicle recovery system's name is a pun on a word meaning "to steal a vehicle"
    $400 17
Sail away with this waltz, Opus 314, that Johann Strauss the Younger composed in 1867
    $400 21
No beans about it, this school now in Chestnut Hill was founded by a Jesuit priest in 1863
    $400 23
It's a list of subjects to be discussed
    $600 18
The name of this stream near Rimini comes from a Latin word for "red"
    $600 8
This actress whose credits included "Arrested Development" & the voice of Malory on "Archer" passed away at 80
    $600 20
This music company was named after its founders Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss
    $600 13
Here's a bit from his exuberant "Jupiter" symphony
    $600 11
On the campus of this Texas university, Joy & Lady live in a special habitat accredited as a zoo
    $600 16
A Roman goddess, or the dawn of day
    $800 4
The Song Cuu Long, or "River of 9 Dragons", is what locals in its lower delta call this 2,700-mile Southeast Asian river
    $800 7
In 2021, we lost two veteran Jewish comedians--Mort Sahl on the left & this man on the right
    $800 19
This software company sounds like a type of clay brick but is actually named for a creek
    $800 12
Paintings by Monet & J.M.W. Turner inspired this composer's orchestral masterpiece "La Mer"
    DD: $2,000 10
This Illinois school was founded in 1851 to serve Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan & part of Minnesota
    $800 15
It's
the
fear
of
heights
    $1000 2
This 200-mile strip of land along the coasts of Honduras & Nicaragua got its name from a people, not bugs
    $1000 3
This author & essayist who also wrote screenplays with husband John Gregory Dunne passed away at 87
    $1000 5
In Korean this electronics company's name means "three stars"
    $1000 1
This composer wrote "The Humming Chorus" for the part of the opera where Butterfly waits & hopes for Pinkerton's return
    $1000 9
This historically Black college in Atlanta consistently ranks among the top 10 women's colleges
    $1000 14
It's the little area that processes emotions such as fear

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

Jackie Evan Christian
$6,400 $5,200 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Evan Christian
$9,200 $5,600 -$1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE VERB IN THE NOVEL TITLE
TIME FOR YOUR MEDICINE
ON TV IN THE YEAR 2000
WHERE THE STREETS HAVE A NAME
SHE'S ONLY A BIRD
IN THE GILDED AGE
    $400 18
1957:
Ayn been working on the Transcontinental Railroad
    $400 15
The Latin for "write before" gives us this type of medicine that requires special permission
    $400 1
The original name of this sitcom set decades ago in Wisconsin was "Teenage Wasteland" but it ended up with a more obvious title
    $400 6
A military parade for Bastille Day is traditionally held on this famed Parisian boulevard
    $400 30
This bird can stop on a dime & hover while doing 4,000 wing beats per minute
    $400 14
Characterized by an expanding economy & political corruption, the Gilded Age takes its name from an 1873 novel by him
    $800 17
1960:
Regarding the title, dad says it's a sin to do it
    $800 16
Your medicine could come in this form, like something astronauts fly around in
    $800 2
Tim Daly was Dr. Richard Kimble in this reboot that premiered in 2000 but it had run off the air by the next year
    $800 7
In 1960s San Francisco, flower power blossomed in the neighborhood named for these 2 streets
    $800 29
The great blue this has a wingspan of 6 feet or more
    $800 23
In 1879 he first publicly demonstrated his incandescent invention in Menlo Park
    $1200 9
1960:
Updike's Mr. Angstrom gets moving
    $1200 20
Edward Jenner ended up giving us this term for a preventative medicine in a 1798 treatise on smallpox
    $1200 3
A lively debate about the role & expectations of young women was underway thanks to a portrayal by this actress
    $1200 27
The name of Springsteen's backing band honors this real thoroughfare in Belmar, New Jersey
    $1200 28
Literally having this bird around your neck would be cumbersome, as the wandering type has an 11-foot wingspan
    $1200 12
In 1894 Eugene Debs led members of the American Railway Union in a strike against this company over wage cutbacks
    $1600 8
1926:
Hemingway's World War I vet has... medical issues
    $1600 19
This term for your medicine also refers to redress in a legal sense
    $1600 4
Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie & Wayne Brady have flipped the non-script on this show
    DD: $2,000 22
The name of this street in Jerusalem is Latin for "sorrowful way"
    $1600 21
This small bird lives up to its "fast" name--it can fly 70 mph & eats insects on the fly
    $1600 11
Buyouts, mergers & other means gave this man's Standard Oil Company a virtual monopoly on U.S. petroleum
    $2000 10
1934:
James M. Cain's title mentions a very determined mail delivery guy
    DD: $5,000 24
4-letter word for a boring person or a slow administration of a liquid like a saline solution
    $2000 5
This James Marsters character had a love/hate relationship with Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    $2000 25
A mosaic by artist Joan Miró is at about the halfway point of this Barcelona street
    $2000 26
Types of this game bird include ruffed, spruce & sage
    $2000 13
Celebrating the Declaration of Independence, the USA's first world's fair, the Centennial Exposition, was held in this city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Evan Christian
$20,000 $17,400 $1,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PLACES
Following a raid at this establishment in 1969, protesters confronted police by forming a Rockette-style kickline

Final scores:

Jackie Evan Christian
$5,199 $20,400 $300
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $20,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jackie Evan Christian
$19,600 $13,200 $1,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
8 R,
8 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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Game tape date: 2022-01-26
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