Show #8677 - Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Yungsheng Wang game 2.


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Jake Marvin, a banking analyst from Charlotte, North Carolina

Suzy Garver, an elementary school teacher originally from Eugene, Oregon

Yungsheng Wang, a public defender from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response has a "Q" exactly in the middle.)
    $200 10
On July 20, 1969 he famously declared:

"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"
    $200 20
Home to NBC, the Comcast Building in New York City is popularly known as this number "Rock"
    $200 16
Cinnamon comes from this part of a tropical evergreen tree
    $200 1
Spoiler for a 15-year-old book! this house-elf doesn't make it all the way through "The Deathly Hallows"
    $200 30
"South Park" star/ writer/producer/ director/creator Randolph Severn Parker III keeps it simple & goes by this first name
    $200 23
For "Texas Chainsaw Massacre", 2017's "Leatherface" is this, a movie going further back in time
    $400 11
Killed while making bread on July 3, 1863, Jennie Wade was the only civilian to perish in this battle
    $400 28
Barack Obama was this number president
    $400 17
It's the Hawaiian garment seen here
    $400 2
In 1990 John Updike put this title guy to "Rest" after running through 4 novels
    $400 14
Celebrity "Jeopardy!" pitted Lloyd Bridges III (aka Beau) against Coy Perry III (aka Luke), Dylan McKay on this Fox drama
    $400 22
Title for a nobleman ranking above a count, like Monsieur de Lafayette
    $600 7
Escaping from prison days before he was to be hanged, he was tracked down & killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett July 14, 1881
    DD: $2,400 19
Your standard phonograph record until the 1950s, or the age Diana Ross turned in 2022
    $600 18
"'Cause I am a champion... you're gonna hear me" do this, sang Katy Perry
    $600 3
Did Bob Ewell fall on his own knife in this novel? Sheriff Heck Tate is fine with that explanation
    $600 15
Harry Nilsson, born Harry Edward Nelson III, memorably sang "Everybody's Talkin"' for this 1969 Voight-Hoffman film
    $600 6
This word means lateness in loan payments & can lead to another "de" word, default
    $800 12
On July 17, 2020 America lost 2 civil rights icons, Rev. C.T. Vivian & this beloved congressman from Georgia
    $800 27
In Roman numerals it's XCVI
    $800 24
No Mickey Mouse affair, it's paired with "bubble" in the name of a British treat
    $800 4
Sadly, the "Flowers for" this tiny Daniel Keyes character are for his grave
    $800 13
This sportscaster, at home with golf, basketball & football has the given moniker James William III
    $800 21
From the French, it's a type of varnish used to give surfaces a hard protective coating
    $1000 9
The NHS for short, it got started July 5, 1948 & has been making it easier for British people to see doctors ever since
    $1000 8
Edward Rutledge, the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence, was this age, 4 years shy of the required age to be a senator
    $1000 25
From Latin, it means "for each"
    $1000 5
After one character says this miss is "past her prime", this miss is a lot worse off than that
    $1000 26
This high-flying '60s group included James Joseph McGuinn III (aka Roger) & Ingram Cecil Connor III (Gram Parsons)
    $1000 29
The Boston Celtics play on this type of basketball court of wooden panels arranged in a geometric pattern

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

Yungsheng 永勝 Suzy Jake
$3,000 $1,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Yungsheng 永勝 Suzy Jake
$6,400 $1,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 9
Named for an explorer, this bay touches the territory of Nunavut on its west & Quebec on its east
    $400 29
Paul Milgrom shared a Nobel Economics Prize for inventions of new formats for these events; $400, $400, $400... who'll ring in?
    $400 15
Lena Dunham,
Zosia Mamet
    $400 28
Born into slavery, Andrew Beard invented a steam engine & an automatic coupler, which joined these transports
    $400 14
The title character of this fairy tale ballet pretends a broom is her dance partner at the ball
    $400 22
You have one "to grind" when saying something for an ulterior reason
    $800 8
In 2022, 30+ people were rescued after getting stranded on floating ice & chilling with this bay near Point Comfort, Wisconsin
    $800 4
This word can precede curve, side & chain; problems with the latter were in the news in 2022
    $800 16
Uzo Aduba,
Laura Prepon
    $800 30
Joseph-Marie Jacquard aided the textile industry by using punch cards to automate these machines
    $800 13
Poor Mimi in this Puccini opera dies from tuberculosis
    $800 21
Familiar with the procedure? Then you know this power tool that makes holes
    $1200 19
Extending about 35 miles inland, Penobscot Bay is an inlet of the North Atlantic on the coast of this state
    $1200 20
Hyperinflation ran rampant in this end-of-the-alphabet nation in 2009 when billions of its currency bought a loaf of bread
    $1200 3
Rashida Jones,
    $1200 17
Ella Gaillard's invention of the eyeless this revolutionized surgery
    $1200 10
Tchaikovsky said that this overture of his was "very loud & noisy" & "completely without artistic merit"
    $1200 26
It can mean both to sculpt & to swindle someone
    $1600 5
Amerigo Vespucci is said to have first sailed this Brazilian bay, Todos os Santos, on Nov. 1, 1501; hence the name
    $1600 24
Book III of a 1776 economic work by this man is "of the Different Progress of Opulence in different Nations"
    $1600 2
Julia Garner,
Laura Linney
    $1600 6
In 1824 bricklayer Joseph Aspdin patented Portland this, stronger than traditional mortars
    $1600 11
"The Son of Man", a painting by this Belgian, has a man in a bowler hat with his face blocked by a green apple
    $1600 23
To twist, or slang for a prison guard
    DD: $3,500 7
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge crosses this body of water, sheltered in part from the Gulf of Mexico by the Pinellas Peninsula
    $2000 25
Thomas Malthus worried about a "general" this 4-letter word for a situation with too many goods in the economy
    $2000 1
Hailee Steinfeld,
Florence Pugh
    DD: $3,000 18
Friedrich Koenig's improvements to this machine, not much changed since the 1450s, included self-inking
    $2000 12
Black sculptor Edmonia Lewis depicted exclusion in her art like this mother of Ishmael cast out into the wilderness
    $2000 27
Alliterative phrase meaning to drive a fact into someone's consciousness

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Yungsheng 永勝 Suzy Jake
$15,800 $4,600 $12,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Less than 100 yards north of the J. Edgar Hoover Building is this notorious location

Final scores:

Yungsheng 永勝 Suzy Jake
$25,001 $1 $0
2-day champion: $47,801 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Yungsheng 永勝 Suzy Jake
$14,800 $4,600 $13,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
5 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2022-05-05
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