Show #8622 - Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Mattea Roach game 11.

Contestants

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Josh Sen, a student from Edison, New Jersey

Tina DiSciullo-Acker, a manager of development events from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mattea Roach, a tutor from Toronto, Ontario, Canada (whose 10-day cash winnings total $227,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

LET'S GET SCIENTIFIC
THE ABCs OF INDIAN FOOD
POSSESSIVE THINGS
NONFICTION TELEVISION
RHYME TIME
I SEE YOU THERE!
    $200 26
Separated by as much as 40,000 feet, stratocumulus & cirrocumulus are low & high types of this
    $200 30
B is for this aromatic long-grained rice that's traditionally served with Indian dishes
    $200 7
It began in California after an 1848 discovery at Sutter's Mill
    $200 5
Detailing the 1990s success of this NBA team, ESPN's "The Last Dance" won the Emmy for Best Nonfiction Series
    $200 1
A respite from eating a porterhouse
    $200 16
There you are on the green cliffs of Moher in this country
    $400 25
Lise Meitner, who has an element named for her, was instrumental in the discovery of this splitting of an atom's nucleus
    $400 12
T is for this tasty poultry dish, named for the clay oven it's roasted in
    $400 9
It's a trend to drop 'S from conditions like Down syndrome, but this most common age-related dementia is still largely possessive
    $400 8
With 40-foot waves & freezing temperatures, this series showcases the perils of crab fishermen
    $400 2
A sibilant sound of disapproval in Geneva
    $400 17
Cheers to you enjoying this New Orleans street, the French Quarter's most famous
    $600 11
In 1966 Louis Leakey advised Dian Fossey to study the mountain this in its African habitat long-term
    $600 24
D is for this vegetarian dish made with lentils or split peas; it's also a generic term for any number of dried pulses
    $600 10
In the poem "Paul Revere's Ride", Paul rides to Medford & these other 2 towns
    $600 22
A newspaper feature first published in 1918 about bizarre curiosities inspired this TV show most recently hosted by Bruce Campbell
    $600 3
A concern regarding your Kleenex
    $600 18
Don't get too close to the edge at Norway's Pulpit Rock 2000 feet above one of these bodies of water
    DD: $1,800 14
Showing great steadfastness in 2021, NASA landed this $2.7 billion rover on Mars, a mere 127 million miles away
    $800 27
S is for these savory stuffed pastries seen here with sauce for dipping
    $800 13
Dido's lament is an aria sung by a Carthaginian queen after this Trojan hero abandons her
    $800 23
"An avalanche can be caused by a person yodeling" was one of many misbeliefs debunked on this TV show
    $800 4
A boisterous cowboy hello
    $800 19
It's dark, but I'm pretty sure that's you inside one of these naturally occurring volcanic tubes
    $1000 15
Located in the upper abdomen, this organ can, in some cases, still produce hormones even after 90% has been removed
    $1000 28
V is for this mega-hot curry, adapted from a Portuguese dish & originally made with pork
    $1000 21
9th c. English King Alfred the Great collected this saint's "Pence" for the pope; you can donate to a fund of the same name
    $1000 29
For 24 years, James Lipton interviewed the likes of Ellen Barkin & Russell Crowe while giving us a look "Inside" this title place
    $1000 6
A verified fact from a private detective
    $1000 20
Glad to see you're paying attention to the warning sign at this Canadian Bay known for its fast-moving water

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Mattea Tina Josh!!
$2,200 $600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Tina Josh!!
$5,600 $1,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

APRIL FOOLS
MY LITERARY CREATIONS
POLICING & PUNISHMENTS
RELIGION IN THE 13th CENTURY
THE CAST OF THE MOVIE
"ICU" THERE!
    $400 24
On April 14, 1912 a nearby ship warned the Titanic of this; radio operator Jack Phillips scolded the ship for interrupting him
    $400 1
Rachel Chu & Nick Young, dealing with a wealth of problems in multiple novels
    $400 2
Often made by a grand jury, it's a written legal action charging someone with an offense
    $400 21
In 1220 the remains of this murdered saint were moved to a new shrine that became a major pilgrimage site at Canterbury
    $400 9
1991:
Geena Davis & Susan Sarandon go on extreme walkabout
    $400 16
In math, normal is a synonym for this, meaning at right angles
    $800 25
A million people left 100 tons of trash in New York's Central Park at an April 22, 1990 celebration of this day...hmmm
    $800 4
The republic of Gilead; "Hag-Seed", a re-telling of "The Tempest"
    $800 5
This prison practice that takes boredom to an agonizing extreme was used in 1829 by Quakers to help reflection & penance
    $800 22
Europe's oldest active one of these places of worship, the Altneuschul, was built in Prague
    $800 11
2019:
Chris Evans & Ana de Armas have murder on their minds
    $800 20
Plainly evident, perhaps by virtue of its absence
    $1200 28
While besieging a castle in 1199, this "Lionheart" failed to wear his mail; he died in April after being struck by an arrow
    $1200 3
The world of T.S. Garp; an orphanage in St. Cloud's
    $1200 8
Since 2020 several states have restricted the use of controversial "no-knock" these documents by the police
    $1200 23
Thomas Aquinas, who summed things up in his "Summa Theologica", was in this religious order that founded Aquinas College
    $1200 10
2012:
Anna Kendrick & Rebel Wilson stay in tune
    DD: $3,000 17
In a friendly legal term, it precedes "brief"
    $1600 26
Shunning a less risky escape route, this murderer jumped to the stage on April 14, 1865 yelling, "Sic semper tyrannis!"
    $1600 6
The short fiction collection "Unaccustomed Earth"; the Das family, vacationing in India
    $1600 14
Residential reentry center is another term for this alliterative place inmates can serve the last months of a sentence
    $1600 29
The 1212 crusade known by this youthful name lacked official sanction & ended in failure
    $1600 12
1981:
All the director needed was the two guys seen here--plus a waiter & a bartender
    $1600 19
Latin for "garden" gives us this word for the art & science of growing fruits & vegetables
    $2000 27
In April 1846 a group of westward settlers struck out for California; this "Pass" would later be named for them
    $2000 7
Colonel Aureliano Buendía; a book about the last days of Simón Bolívar
    $2000 15
In the 1970s Oregon was the first state with a law saying the police must make an arrest when they come to a home on a call for this
    DD: $3,400 30
The oldest known manuscript of the Avesta, a sacred text of this ancient religion of Persia, was produced around 1258
    $2000 13
2021:
Gemma Chan & Salma Hayek deal with a pressing planetary issue
    $2000 18
You cad! Let us engage in these, an old-time plural word for an exchange of punches

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Tina Josh!!
$17,400 $7,000 $8,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF AFRICA
Old maps depicting what's now this 125,000-square-mile country labeled the area with the French word for "teeth"

Final scores:

Mattea Tina Josh!!
$17,281 $2,000 $8,600
11-day champion: $244,882 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mattea Tina Josh!!
$16,000 $7,000 $13,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
4 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2022-02-09
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