Show #8619 - Thursday, April 14, 2022

Mattea Roach game 8.


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Joe Grodahl, a non-profit and events director from Edina, Minnesota

Kristen Rucki, a high school English teacher from Astoria, New York

Mattea Roach, a tutor from Toronto, Ontario, Canada (whose 7-day cash winnings total $168,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
In "Exodus of Confederates from Atlanta", Kara Walker adds silhouettes to illustrations of this war
    $200 6
The 390-calorie
Burrito Supreme
    $200 11
In the Common English Bible, the first 3 words of the first verse of this book are "When God began"
    $200 1
For some reason Willow Smith in 2010 kept telling us she was going to "whip" this "back and forth"
    $200 17
It's a book of maps
    $200 22
In 2021 a container ship called the Ever Given got stuck in this canal, causing a 6-day maritime traffic jam
    $400 13
One of his greatest & largest paintings was inspired by a newspaper article on the bombing of Guernica
    $400 7
Sir, this is a this place, & that's a vanilla Frosty
    $400 27
In some versions of 1 Timothy, it's the "desire of" this, not the "love of" it, that causes trouble
    $400 2
Del the Funky Homosapien rapped about this "& Crossbones"
    $400 18
You can thank the Roman goddess of agriculture for this breakfast staple
    $400 23
This battery brand uses a cat in its logo
    $600 14
The artwork here depicts this famous venture at the Battle of Balaclava
    $600 8
The original Orange Chicken, & perhaps some sides
    $600 28
In one translation, it's a cable, not a camel, that has trouble doing this
    $600 3
Echo & the Bunnymen sang that they were "like sugar"; in a Meghan Trainor song, they were movin'
    $600 19
This day of the week gets its name from the Norse god of thunder
    $600 24
As Joan Crawford in this movie, Faye Dunaway clarifies things for her daughter: "No wire hangers, ever!"
    $800 15
Miyamoto Saburo's painting of generals Yamashita & Percival & the British WWII surrender of this island was used as Japanese propaganda
    $800 9
We are amused with a Chocolate Dilly Bar
    DD: $2,000 29
Most translations say Lot's wife became one of these, but some use "column" or "statue"
    $800 4
"Heaven, I'm in heaven... when we're out together dancing" this way
    $800 20
Thick & sweet & prepared from fruit puree like mango or guava, it's a drink fit for the gods
    $800 25
This brand of American-made grain alcohol is 190 proof
    $1000 16
2 black granite walls & a sculpture called "The Three Servicemen" are part of this Washington, D.C. memorial
    $1000 10
Tuscani Meaty Marinara Pasta
    $1000 30
In some translations of Isaiah 40:3, a voice is crying in the desert; in the King James version, it's crying in this
    $1000 5
In a Kim Carnes tune the subject of the song has "Greta Garbo stand-off sighs" & this actress' eyes
    $1000 21
Taken from Roman mythology, it's another name for a drunken orgy
    $1000 26
Adjective for vast northern forests of evergreen trees; Canada has the largest protected one, bigger than Belgium

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

Mattea Kristen Joe
$5,000 -$400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Kristen Joe
$10,200 $1,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 18
The first album she owned was by the Go-Go's and she recreated their album cover look at the Rock Hall of Fame induction
    $400 2
Langston Hughes "heard the singing" of this big river, "muddy bosom turn all golden in the sunset"
    $400 13
"Notorious RBG"
    $400 7
The Federal Reserve's target rate for this is 2%, but that was majorly exceeded in the late months of 2021
    $400 25
This scientist told an early biographer that "the notion of gravitation came into his mind... occasion'd by the fall of an apple"
    $400 1
This numerical term means open every hour every day
    $800 19
Cole Sprouse says he got his first kiss in this type of vehicle & notes you could call it the kiss of death
    $800 3
A Whitman poem is titled "By Blue" this Great Lake's "Shore"; he could've been in the province of the same name
    $800 14
    $800 8
A monopsony, unlike a monopoly, is a market with only one of these; in a labor market, it can lead to lower wages
    $800 26
Astrophysicist Joan Feynman explained the science behind these northern & southern light displays, the borealis & the australis
    $800 11
A 1931 newspaper article: "My Fingers Dialed" this number." 'Information, can you tell me where there is a breadline?"'
    $1200 20
This Harvard grad & future talk show host's first L.A. apartment was at Cochran & 3rd, $380 a month, living on tuna & miracle whip
    $1200 4
Wordsworth wrote of an ascent of Helvellyn, a mountain in this "District" that he called home
    $1200 15
"My Life with the Chimpanzees"
    $1200 9
The expenses for a business of changing its prices are called these "costs", what Joe's Diner doesn't want to keep reprinting
    DD: $2,000 27
Marie Tharp's discovery of mid-ocean ridges would support continental drift & this theory of continents moving on slabs of rock
    DD: $2,000 23
A book title gave us this shorthand for totalitarianism
    $1600 21
This rapper, pitchman & friend of Martha Stewart said that in 2020, age 49, he was finally going to go out & vote
    $1600 5
This state's official poem ends, "where the dreamy Wabash River wanders on... through paradise"
    $1600 16
"Road to Tara: The Life of" this author
    $1600 10
A common barrier to trade, it's a government payment to a domestic industry, like the U.S. government's to farmers
    $1600 28
Daniel of this family gets the credit for the principle that says the pressure of a fluid decreases as its speed increases
    $1600 24
This slang number for a certain crop is thought to date to a San Rafael, California high school in the early 1970s
    $2000 22
John C. Reilly took his first plane ride to Thailand for his first movie, this 1989 Brian de Palma film about soldiers in Vietnam
    $2000 6
This 19th century British poet & literary critic wrote the poems "East London", "West London" & "Dover Beach"
    $2000 17
"Power, Privilege and the Post"
    $2000 12
Related to a word meaning "setting on fire", they're defined simply as "perceived benefits that encourage certain behaviors"
    $2000 30
America's first professional female astronomer, in 1847, she discovered a new comet, & later became Vassar's first professor of astronomy
    $2000 29
The last entry in the online Oxford English Dictionary is this U.K. equivalent of 911

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Kristen Joe
$19,400 $3,000 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The orphaned future Queen Elizabeth I was devoted to this stepmother who died 2 days before Elizabeth's 15th birthday

Final scores:

Mattea Kristen Joe
$14,400 $2,250 $100
8-day champion: $182,801 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mattea Kristen Joe
$20,200 $5,000 $2,400
32 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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Game tape date: 2022-02-08
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