Show #8669 - Thursday, June 23, 2022

Contestants

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Andrew Lewis, a lawyer from Oakland, California

Whitney Wood, a history professor from Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

Jeff Weinstock, a marketing lecturer from Miami, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

MY PERSONAL QUOTATION DEVICE
KITCHEN TOOLS
POP CULTURE IS ALWAYS IN SEASON
YOU'VE BEEN BOOKED
THE DEVIL
THE "D" TAILS
(Mayim: Each response starts with the letter "D".)
    $200 19
I need some Shakespeare & get her line "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet"
    $200 12
The name of this utensil used to serve soup comes from the Old English for "load"
    $200 6
A 2014 film:
"Captain America:
The ____ Soldier"
    $200 25
It's an official record of events during the voyage of a ship or aircraft, captain
    $200 30
This marsupial kind of looks like a bear, has a jaw as strong as a hyena's & like its cartoon counterpart, can have a bad temper
    $200 2
Its tail is often pinned on at kids' parties
    $400 20
I asked for a basic truth about humanity & got the often-said "If the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like" this
    $400 15
This 5-letter word refers to a stoppered flask, usually for oil or vinegar
    $400 7
By Megan Thee Stallion: "Hot Girl ____"
    $400 26
Originally it was a book for priests on how to administer the sacraments; today it's a book of operating instructions
    $400 24
Cocoa powder in place of melted chocolate is one difference between this & a regular chocolate cake
    $400 3
A joint used by carpenters is named for this bird's fan-shaped tail
    $600 21
A putdown, please. Oscar Wilde told a fellow poet who complained of "a conspiracy of" this, "join it"
    $600 14
This Spanish rice & seafood dish is often made in a wide shallow pan named for the dish
    $600 8
A Broadway musical:
"____ Awakening"
    $600 27
A classic work of literary criticism is Ian Watt's "The Rise of" this form: "Studies in Defoe, Richardson & Fielding"
    $600 18
Hall of Famers Martin Brodeur & Scott Stevens led this team to its first Stanley Cup in 1995
    $600 4
Its tail gave its name to a 1950s men's hairstyle
    $800 22
Commencement address wisdom: "Be the heroine of your life, not the victim", said this writer & filmmaker at Wellesley in 1996
    $800 11
This implement that sounds like a lute relative is actually a vegetable slicer
    $800 9
A play by
James Goldman:
"The Lion in ____"
    $800 28
Debits go on the left side in this book that contains the financial records of a business
    $800 16
This insect is also called the devil's arrow or the devil's darning needle
    $800 1
The website of the Perth Zoo informs us that these have bushy tails & can't bark
    $1000 23
21st century news quote time: Him in 2001--"We stand shoulder to shoulder with our American friends in this hour of tragedy"
    $1000 13
There's a shape in the name of this device that makes vegetable noodles
    $1000 10
Directed by
Ingmar Bergman:
"____ Sonata"
    $1000 29
This 4-letter word for an especially weighty scholarly book comes from the Greek for "roll of papyrus"
    DD: $1,400 17
A debate provoker, this 2-word phrase dates to a 1616 work where one "pleadeth for nothing but for the kingdome of Sathan"
    $1000 5
These marine creatures have learned to "walk" upright on their tails in captivity & also in the wild

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

Jeff Whitney Andrew
$2,200 $5,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Whitney Andrew
$3,000 $4,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

IT'S ANARCHY
VOWEL, CONSONANT, VOWEL, CONSONANT
(Mayim: Each response is a 4-letter word that goes vowel, consonant, vowel, consonant.)
PUBLISHED POSTHUMOUSLY
THAT USED TO BE A TRADEMARK
MOUNTAINS
IT CAME FROM A GRAPHIC NOVEL
    $400 17
This country's repressive King Umberto I was assassinated by an anarchist in 1900
    $400 12
Scent or smell
    $400 26
In 2020 the Strand magazine published "Aunt Nellie's Diary", a story that predates her "Little Women", written when she was just 17
    $400 23
A company of the same name trademarked this term for solid carbon dioxide in 1925
    $400 25
Utah's highest point is 13,500-foot Kings Peak in these mountains
    $400 7
Last name of gunslinging title hero Wynonna, who partnered with Doc Holliday on a Syfy show
    $800 21
Matthew Arnold's 1869 "Culture and Anarchy" took the side of culture & popularized the phrase "sweetness and" this
    $800 16
An object of worship
    $800 27
Called "a great breezy read", "Summer Crossing" by this "Breakfast at Tiffany's" author was published in 2005
    $800 22
In 1950 the Otis Company lost its trademark on this word derived from the Latin scala, "ladder"
    $800 24
Lending their name to a peninsula, these mountains extend from Serbia to the Black Sea
    $800 8
A-Train & Homelander leave a bit to be desired as superheroes on this Amazon show based on Garth Ennis' work
    $1200 18
In 1872 anarchism pioneer Mikhail Bakunin quarreled with this man, splitting Europe's revolutionary movement
    $1200 15
An auspice or portent
    $1200 30
The book was unfinished at his death, so he took the end of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" to the grave
    $1200 1
In a 1965 case that swung from a district court to an appeals court, Donald F. Duncan lost a trademark on the name of this toy
    $1200 4
This section of the Alps that include some famous peaks, gets its name from the Celtic "penn", meaning "peak"
    $1200 9
Matthew Goode played Ozymandias in the film version of this graphic novel; Jeremy Irons played the role on HBO
    $1600 19
Anarchists helped spark the antiglobalization movement at the 1999 WTO protests in this U.S. city
    $1600 13
To get out of control is to "run" this, from a Malaysian word
    DD: $9,000 28
This author traded China for the Korean DMZ in "The Eternal Wonder", published 40 years after her 1973 death
    DD: $2,400 2
Westinghouse first trademarked this word as the name of a washing machine; now it refers to an establishment
    $1600 5
Opening parts west to settlement, the Wilderness Road was a 200-mile pathway through the Cumberland Gap in these mountains
    $1600 10
Adaptations of the "Kick-Ass" series gave this 3-named actress her breakout role as a spunky character named "Hit-Girl"
    $2000 20
In July 1917 Emma Goldman got 2 years in prison for opposing this wartime measure, authorized by Congress in May
    $2000 14
French word for distinctive style or flair
    $2000 29
Just after "Howards End", he wrote "Maurice", about a gay man, but didn't allow it to be published until after his death
    $2000 3
B.F. Goodrich once owned this word for the "hookless slide fastener" on its rubber boots
    $2000 6
Africa's second-highest peak, it bears the name of the country it's found in
    $2000 11
This 2017 movie with Charlize Theron as a badass spy was based on the graphic novel "The Coldest City"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Whitney Andrew
$20,000 $7,600 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC ALBUMS
This classic album by a Southern rocker gets its title from a Civil War quote by a Union admiral

Final scores:

Jeff Whitney Andrew
$17,999 $2,600 $1,000
2-day champion: $29,201 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Whitney Andrew
$14,600 $7,600 $11,000
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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Game tape date: 2022-04-28
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