Show #8630 - Friday, April 29, 2022

Mattea Roach game 19.


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Terri Huggins, an associate director of admissions from New York, New York

Julian Glander, an animator from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Mattea Roach, a tutor from Toronto, Ontario, Canada (whose 18-day cash winnings total $438,183)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
148,000 people make Bridgeport No. 1 in this state
    $200 13
Brett Goldstein stars as foulmouthed soccer star & coach Roy Kent on this comedy
    $200 2
In names of newspapers, France's Le Monde & Spain's El Mundo translate to this
    $200 1
In volleyball, this hard hit ends a point; police use it in a "strip" to end high-speed pursuits
    $200 12
Seen here is a comparison of levels in this region of the stratosphere, whose depletion has been an ongoing concern
    $200 7
One U.S. beer barrel contains 31 of these units; that's nearly 4,000 delicious ounces
    $400 23
I'm goin' to this biggest city in Mississippi, I'm gonna mess around
    $400 14
This title 1970s sitcom family was "movin' on up, to the East Side, to a deluxe apartment in the sky"
    $400 3
This magazine's 1888 first issue had a chestnut brown cover & would you believe no pictures? The yellow border came later
    $400 18
This term for an unidentified aircraft also may cause hostility as you go one over par on a golf hole
    $400 27
C.A.T., or "clear air" this, refers to dangerous air currents that can cause problems for aircraft
    $400 8
Glidden says it takes about an hour for latex this to dry; wanna watch?
    $600 24
The biggest cities of these 2 states on opposite sides of the nation have the same name
    $600 15
He was the poor mountaineer who struck oil & became rich on "The Beverly Hillbillies"
    $600 4
5280 is the name of a magazine devoted to this U.S. city & its surrounding areas
    $600 19
This part of an arm is also the point on a basketball court where the free throw line & the lane line meet at a 90 degree angle
    $600 28
The combustion of fossil fuels can lead to this type of precipitation that weakens trees & soil
    $600 9
A 2019 study found that Newark Airport had the longest average wait time, 23 minutes, in this 3-letter agency's lines
    $800 25
The biggest cities of these 2 "directional" states have the same name
    $800 16
Setting out for a 3-hour tour, it was the "fishy" boat on "Gilligan's Island"
    $800 5
The late André Leon Talley was the larger than life long-time creative director of this magazine
    $800 20
"Amiable" adjective that also means an international soccer match not part of an official competition
    $800 29
Names of mid-level clouds start with these 4 letters, also a female singing voice
    $800 10
In 2019 more than 130,000 fans had their names on the Green Bay Packers' waiting list for these
    $1000 26
More than twice as populous as No. 2 Rapid City, this South Dakota city also has a water feature in its name
    $1000 17
Sara Bareilles & Renée Elise Goldsberry are 2 members of a '90s group making a comeback on this Peacock show
    $1000 6
The major daily in Texas' capital isn't the American Sportsman, it's the Austin American-this
    $1000 21
It's a rhythmic chant sung by a marching military group as well as what a QB uses to bark signals
    $1000 30
Some water gets into the atmosphere via this process in which water evaporates through the pores of plants
    DD: $2,000 11
This name for a type of ounce used to measure gold comes from a city in medieval France, not ancient Turkey

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

Mattea Julian Terri
$1,600 $400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Julian Terri
$3,400 $4,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: "P" is the exact middle letter in each response.)
    $400 7
Her father was a U.S. Representative when she was born; she'd get her own seat in 1987 & has got the run of the House these days
    $400 9
Cheers to him, an 11-time Emmy nominee & 2-time winner for playing Boston bartender Sam Malone
    $400 27
Adding the spice called file to a soup or stew does this to it, which is also good when it happens to a book plot
    $400 2
Widowed at 24, this Philadelphian born Elizabeth Griscom kept herself afloat by making the occasional flag
    $400 18
This disappearing cat is owned by the Duchess of Wonderland
    $400 17
To stimulate another to do something creative
    $800 8
Hair's--uh, make that here's this ex-congressman & now MSNBC host in his high school days
    $800 13
This social satire from director Bong Joon-ho won the Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes film festival
    $800 28
The long, narrow covered pan called a "fish" this refers to a specific cooking method, not to a person who steals fish
    $800 3
On Feb. 19, 1766 James Watt wrote, "I have thought on a simpler circular" this machine "which I expect will be practicable"--it was
    $800 19
Tom Kitten gets rolled up in dough & is almost baked in a pudding in "The Tale of Samuel Whiskers" by this author
    $800 21
The lead wolf
    $1200 10
Take a look at this then-young man from Wyoming, a few years before he was a heartbeat away from the presidency
    $1200 14
Olympia Dukakis & Cher both won Oscars for this 1987 film, playing mother & daughter
    $1200 1
Veggies are scalded, then plunged into ice water when you do this, a word also meaning "make pale with fear"
    DD: $2,000 4
The 2 dynasties vying for power in the War of the Spanish Succession were the Habsburgs & this French one
    $1200 20
In "The House at Pooh Corner", Rabbit & Piglet hatch a plot to unbounce this feline character
    $1200 22
Camera lens used to make distant objects appear larger
    $1600 11
After high school, he became a Navy SEAL; he'd grapple with some bodywork, act a bit, & get to governing after that
    $1600 15
At the 2019 People's Choice Awards, the Competition Contestant winner was Hannah Brown, the title personage of this TV show
    $1600 29
Splitting a steak open but not separating it is called this, which really gives it wings
    $1600 5
Similar to Uncle Sam, this character represents England, first appearing in the 1712 satirical pamphlet, "Law is a Bottomless-Pit"
    $1600 25
Mungojerrie & Bustopher Jones are memorable characters in this T.S. Eliot work
    $1600 23
Sacrilegious speech
    $2000 12
About a decade after high school, he was elected to the Connecticut State Senate in 1970; the U.S. Senate came later
    $2000 16
Arthur Hill won a Tony for originating the role of George in this play by Edward Albee
    $2000 30
This French term for a ball of meat or potato fried crisp begins with a type of lawn game
    $2000 6
Tacky's Revolt was carried out in 1760 by enslaved people on this Caribbean island, a center of sugar production
    $2000 26
Pixel the cat shows up in the Robert Heinlein work "The Cat Who" does this, which regular cats can't do
    DD: $4,000 24
2 linked lines of verse

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mattea Julian Terri
$17,000 $11,000 $800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Tuileries" & "The Great Gate of Kiev" were 2 of the artworks that inspired this classical work completed in 1874

Final scores:

Mattea Julian Terri
$22,001 $4,999 $1
19-day champion: $460,184 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mattea Julian Terri
$20,200 $13,000 $800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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Game tape date: 2022-02-14
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