Show #8690 - Friday, July 22, 2022


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Gunan Ganju, a radiation oncologist from Atlanta, Georgia

Karla Fossett, a content administrator from Saco, Maine

Emmie Trammell, an operations specialist from Jacksonville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: We'll only need the month; you don't have to give us the year.)
    $200 17
Capone's guys dress like cops & kill Bugs Moran's men in a garage
    $200 11
Robin Hood is associated with this wooded expanse in Nottinghamshire
    $200 1
From Spanish, it's a small donkey used as a pack animal
    $200 16
One of these bivalve mollusks from Coffin Bay, Australia can weigh over 2 pounds & sell for $100
    $200 30
Using an unwashed knife on fruit after cutting up this for your poulet a la Bretonne risks cross-contamination
    $200 5
"Guilty of being the god of mischief? Yes. guilty of finding all this incredibly tedious? Yes"
    $400 18
FDR reports "The attack yesterday... caused severe damage to American naval & military forces"
    $400 12
Geoffrey of Monmouth told a story of Merlin using magic to bring stones to build this prehistoric site
    $400 2
Got milk? A cow does, in this baglike mammary organ
    $400 22
From animals reared & fed according to strict guidelines, the Wagyu variety of this meat can set you back $75 for a 4-ounce serving
    $400 29
The type of view seen here, it can also mean a representative sample from a group
    $400 6
I spy this spy said, "Lana... Lana... Lana... Lanaaaaaaaaa...! Danger zone"
    $600 19
Pre-20th Amendment, Zachary Taylor is inaugurated as president
    $600 13
Jack, seen at the right in a 19th century illustration, is earning this title
    $600 3
A set of religious principles or beliefs; the Apostles' is one
    $600 23
At only one farm in Sweden, cheese is made from the milk of this largest deer, known as elk over there
    $600 28
In the Japanese TV show "Old Enough", kids as young as 2 run errands, using a yellow flag to help them do this
    $600 7
This psychiatrist liked his brother's wife "from a distance... like the Sun. Maris is like the Sun. Except without the warmth"
    $800 20
Guy Fawkes blows it--or rather, doesn't blow it--& gets arrested
    DD: $1,000 14
Covered only by her long hair, she rode through Coventry to win a reduction in taxes for its residents
    $800 4
To mend shoes
    $800 24
The Yubari King type of these gourd fruits are dazzlingly sweet & sometimes go for $5,000 or more each
    $800 27
Roscoe Turner, who entertained folks when he flew with his lion pal, is one of the few civilian pilots to earn this medal
    $800 8
"I can kill a man, dismember his body, & be home in time for Letterman. But knowing what to say when my girlfriend's feeling insecure..."
    $1000 21
The Tet Offensive begins, surprising U.S. commanders
    $1000 15
The Glastonbury thorn seen here reputedly grew from the staff of this man, also said to have brought the Grail to England
    $1000 10
In feudalism, it was someone given a "fief", land & workers, in return for services to a lord
    $1000 25
Noted for its sweet aroma & with a name originally from Arabic, this exotic spice can cost thousands of dollars per pound
    $1000 26
The College of the Holy Cross is in this Massachusetts city about a 50-mile drive from Boston
    $1000 9
This physician: "I need 36 vicodin & change for a dollar"

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

Emmie Karla Gunan
$800 $4,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emmie Karla Gunan
$2,600 $6,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
This French author's "From the Earth to the Moon" features a rocket ship shot out of a cannon
    $400 7
Her O:
Best Supporting Actress for "Ghost"
    $400 1
Airtight, like an alibi, or an old armor-plated warship
    $400 30
Pablo Picasso had one of these elegant hounds that he fittingly named Kaboul
    $400 17
This Texas statesman has a city named for him & a university, SHSU
    $400 12
Parts of this country are subject to violent windstorms called pamperos
    DD: $4,000 23
In addition to fiction portraying herself & her sisters, she penned "Hospital Sketches" from her time as a Civil War nurse
    $800 8
3 Es as Outstanding Guest Actor for
"Mad About You";
a Comedy Album G for "The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000"
    $800 2
It can be a simple remedy for a difficult problem, or what's needed to kill a werewolf
    $800 29
Part of poet Pablo Neruda's storied career involved serving as this country's ambassador to France
    $800 18
Flagler College in this state, named for an industrialist & developer, has as its main hall the Hotel Ponce de León which he built
    $800 13
The Taj Mahal is only one of this city's many historic sites
    $1200 24
2 cousins vie for a noble lady's hand in "Castle Richmond" by Anthony Trollope, set in this nation during its 1840s famine
    $1200 9
Her G: Best Children's Album for "The Electric Company"; her O: Best Supporting Actress for "West Side Story"
    $1200 3
This term for Northerners opposed to the Civil War likened them to a snake in the grass
    $1200 6
Mexican General Pablo Gonzalez organized the fatal ambush of this Guerrilla & revolutionary in 1919
    $1200 19
Students & alumni from this prestigious College of Music in Boston took part in the making of the movie "CODA"
    $1200 14
In 1961 4 French generals attempted a coup to prevent it from gaining its independence
    $1600 25
His rags-to-riches tales about street urchins, newsboys & the like, included "Frank's Campaign" & "Paul Prescott's Charge"
    $1600 10
One of Marvin Hamlisch's 3 Os: Best Original Song for the memorable theme to this Redford-Streisand pairing
    $1600 4
Fashion model Derek Zoolander gave this name to his trademark look; others include Ferrari & Le Tigre
    $1600 28
His lavish estate east of Medellin called Hacienda Napoles had an airstrip & soccer field
    DD: $2,000 20
This university's May 4th Legacy Scholarships were established to honor 4 students who were killed on campus May 4, 1970
    $1600 15
Copper mining is a chief source of revenue in this Chilean desert
    $2000 26
A story of fortunes lost & attained, "The Adventures of Philip" was the last complete work by this "Vanity Fair" novelist
    $2000 11
This singer/songwriter/producer's O: Best Original Song for "Glory", from "Selma"
    $2000 5
A song in "Guys & Dolls" is called "Fugue For" these, slang for gamblers with more flash than cash
    $2000 27
The greatest cellist of his time, Pablo Casals left Spain in 1939 & spent his last 34 years in exile to protest this dictator's rule
    $2000 21
This private Catholic university in New Jersey was named for a woman who was one of the first American-born saints
    $2000 16
This Asian portion of Turkey is also known as Asia Minor

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emmie Karla Gunan
$5,800 $17,600 $7,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At the 1993 Tennessee Inaugural Ball, Paul Simon performed this song, his most recent Top 40 hit

Final scores:

Emmie Karla Gunan
$1,800 $16,600 $3,599
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,600 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Emmie Karla Gunan
$5,800 $17,000 $11,600
10 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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Game tape date: 2022-05-16
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