Show #8673 - Wednesday, June 29, 2022


[<< previous game]

Halley Ryherd, a real estate attorney from Waukee, Iowa

Lauryl Tucker, an associate professor from Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Pete Chattrabhuti, an attorney from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
Huey Long
    $200 19
Launched in Boston in 1797 with its oak seemingly impenetrable, it is the world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat
    $200 6
Charles Dickens began writing this ghostly tale in October 1843 & published it, of course, in December
    $200 14
Self magazine had this as the No. 1 superfood for weight loss, noting bloat-busting potassium & that "Popeye was onto something"
    $200 1
Yeah, baby! this groovy secret agent got back to the '70s in style in a customized Cadillac Eldorado
    $200 11
The brave can sleep well knowing that the word courage comes from this body part
    $400 29
For Vermont:
Statesman Jacob Collamer & this "Green Mountain Boy"
    $400 20
Ocean... the nonfinal frontier. These are the voyages of this; the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, it didn't refuel for 3+ years
    $400 7
Charles Darwin was just 22 when he boarded this ship to begin his 5-year round-the-world voyage
    $400 15
Capsaicin in these has been shown to increase fat burning & reduce appetite, but maybe lay off the "Red Hot" Red Savina type
    $400 2
John Cusack returns to 1986 via this title device described by as "a magical Jacuzzi"
    $400 12
Supercilious is derived from these facial features; a contemptuous comment might raise them
    $600 30
Father Damien
    $600 21
The Missouri is a museum in Oahu, the sister ship, named for the state due north, is also one at the Port of Los Angeles
    $600 8
In the 1980s Chuck D began fighting the power in this hip-hop group with Flavor Flav, a man who always knew what time it was
    $600 16
To lower calories, choose types of this like albacore that's canned in water & not oil, which can add fat
    $600 3
In the 1979 thriller "Time After Time", Malcolm McDowell plays H.G. Wells on the hunt for this Victorian killer in the future
    DD: $1,200 13
A list of terms with definitions, it comes from the Greek for tongue
    $800 25
For Oklahoma:
Sequoyah & this humorist
    $800 27
Leaving the less seaworthy Speedwell behind, the Mayflower left this English port on Sept. 16, 1620 & sailed into history
    $800 9
Charles Darwin acknowledged Herbert Spencer as the father of this 4-word phrase later used to describe natural selection
    $800 22
Seaweed has few calories, lots of fiber & provides iodine that supports this gland that controls the body's metabolism
    $800 4
Superman used a phone booth to change clothes; these 2 title guys, to totally go back in time to ace a history report
    $800 17
Sometimes found before "knowledge", this sensual 6-letter word is derived from "flesh"
    $1000 26
Helen Keller:
This southern state
    $1000 28
In 1807 Robert Fulton averaged about 5 mph on a 150-mile trip up the Hudson to Albany on this steamboat
    $1000 10
At first, "Martin Chuzzlewit" had poor sales, so Dickens added a section set in this country he'd just visited
    $1000 23
The flowers of plants like broccoli form a cross, so you may read about the benefits of these vegetables meaning "cross-bearing"
    $1000 5
The Omega 13 takes a spaceship's crew back 13 seconds in time to never give up, never surrender! in this 1999 film
    $1000 18
This word for one who always worries that they're sick is derived from a word for the abdomen

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

Pete Lauryl Halley
$3,400 $2,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Lauryl Halley
$4,200 $4,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
As per his wish, he remained young while his portrait aged
    $400 29
The rings of this planet are about 175,000 miles wide--more than 7 times the circumference of the Earth
    $400 26
Weezer sang of this Southern California city, "that's where I want to be... rolling like a celebrity"
    $400 19
In math it's the term for any raised number like the one seen here
    $400 30
Thousands of cups of this food passed down from the stage helped feed the huge crowds at Woodstock
    $400 3
In 1613, as Galileo was among the earliest Europeans using this device, the trade-hungry Brits presented one to Tokugawa Ieyasu
    $800 11
Humbert Humbert is the man who lusts after her
    $800 28
The plates on the underside of a mushroom cap are called these, also the name of some creatures' respiratory organs
    $800 16
With the help of Young Thug, Camila Cabello rocked this song that shares its name with the Caribbean capital where she was born
    $800 20
French for "descent" gives us the name of this type of natural disaster
    $800 9
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf, whose name we'll take any excuse to say, wrote a popular Concerto in F major for this instrument
    $800 4
Tsunayoshi's "Laws of Compassion" (enforced by death) banned animal cruelty; he was called Inu-kobo, or this animal-shogun
    $1200 12
"A Man Called" this name is a 59-year-old curmudgeon who drives a Saab
    $1200 27
Stinging nettle is one of the plants containing this, causing swelling & itching; Benadryl is an anti-it drug to combat it
    $1200 15
A song by Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull says, "She gon' make you move to" this city both men know well
    $1200 21
It's what you call the cylindrical hand warmer that the lady in the painting is using
    $1200 8
On TV, "Bob Hearts" her
    $1200 5
Not much happens in this traditional form of drama, but shogun Yoshinori was assassinated while watching a performance in 1441
    $1600 13
Gamekeeper Oliver Mellors is this title character & by book's end, also a soon-to-be baby daddy
    DD: $2,000 17
In 1868 remains of these hyphenated early humans were found in a shallow cave in France's Dordogne region
    $1600 14
Feeling "unfettered & alive", Joni Mitchell sang of being "a free man in" this city
    $1600 22
Aristotle said that good tragedy should provide this, a cleansing of emotions
    DD: $3,000 6
In 1960 a House subcommittee investigated this practice of bribing DJs to play certain songs
    $1600 2
This former capital has a replica of the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, built around 1400 by the third Muromachi shogun
    $2000 10
This Edith Wharton character is unhappily married to the sickly Zenobia
    $2000 24
Less famous than his laws of motion is Newton's law of this, a fluid's resistance to flow
    $2000 25
"For you, ooh you" George Ezra sings he'd lose it all--his piano, his treasure chest & his house in this Danube River City
    $2000 23
As an adjective, it means hasty; as a verb, it can mean to fall steeply or vertically, like rain
    $2000 7
This 21st century brand of fine watches took the name of a 20th century brand of shoe polish
    $2000 18
In 1192 Minamoto Yoritomo became the Seii Taishogun, or "general in charge of suppressing" these uncivilized invaders

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Lauryl Halley
$8,600 $11,000 $14,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In the opening scene of its July 21, 1969 pilot episode, a man carves the letter D into wet cement

Final scores:

Pete Lauryl Halley
$600 $4,799 $5,999
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,999

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pete Lauryl Halley
$8,200 $13,400 $14,000
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

Game tape date: 2022-04-29
The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. Scraping, republication, monetization, and malicious use prohibited; this site may use cookies and collect identifying information. See terms. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at