Show #8697 - Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Luigi de Guzman game 3.

Contestants

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Justin Tarbox, a software engineer from Hoover, Alabama

April Marquet, a digital production artist from Oakland, California

Luigi de Guzman, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $65,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

1960s AMERICA
ALPHABETICALLY NEXT
BROADCASTING HISTORY
GOING ON A POWER TRIP
NEW TO THE OED
NFL OPENING WEEKEND
(Kyle: I'm Kyle Brandt from the NFL Network's Good Morning Football; we'll look back on week one of the NFL season in seasons past.)
    $200 1
At the 1964 World's Fair, Henry Ford unveiled this pony car with a price near $2,300; Detroit ran wild as 400,000 sold in year one
    $200 26
On the periodic table: nihonium,
niobium...
    $200 21
Long before Netflix, in 1998 a Hong Kong company invested $1.5 billion in video on demand, pioneering this kind of service
    $200 8
This type of energy is sustainable but not yet renewable; it could be if we start getting the uranium from seawater
    $200 20
This 3-word inquiry was already a catchphrase when Bugs Bunny first asked it in 1940
    $200 4
(Will Selva of the NFL Network presents the clue.) It's the play that starts the game, & since 2002, the name of the game that starts the NFL season; the first one was at the Meadowlands not quite a year after 9/11
    $400 2
Frank Weatherman, the last inmate to leave this island prison upon its 1963 closure, said it "never was no good"
    $400 28
In state capitals: Bismarck,
Boise...
    $400 22
In 1991 this young broadcast TV network became the first in the U.S. to run a commercial for condoms
    $400 12
Let's dig up the fact that in 2021, this fossil fuel provided about 22% of U.S. electricity generation
    $400 19
Ordinal term for a president's husband
    $400 7
(Jason McCourty of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Quarterbacks, take note; don't start this season like Chicago's Jim Hardy did in 1950 when he threw a still-record 8 of these--maybe it was the wind
    $600 3
Let me stand next to your fire! 1967's Summer of Love reached a peak when Jimi Hendrix set his guitar ablaze at this pop festival
    $600 30
As president:
Carter,
Cleveland...
    $600 23
In 1974 this Broadcasting System, Inc. shortened things up & became CBS Inc.
    $600 11
Power source of the Stanley brothers' 1910 automobiles, per the name
    $600 16
Term for an official document certifying one's inoculation status, perhaps for travel
    $600 13
(Kyle Brandt of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Wes Welker & Demaryius Thomas each caught two scores as part of this quarterback's monster 7-touchdown day against the Ravens in the 2013 opener
    $800 5
23 days after Gagarin's flight in 1961, Alan Shepard lit the candle on this NASA project with a 15-minute suborbital journey
    $800 29
Of the original 7 Sisters colleges:
Radcliffe,
Smith...
    $800 24
In 1946 "Faraway Hill", about a widow in love with a man engaged to another woman, brought this genre to network television
    $800 9
The Energy Dept. says of this source, its "turbines don't produce atmospheric emissions that cause acid rain... or greenhouse gases"
    $800 17
It's the fiery term for a cheap prepaid mobile device that can be discarded to protect the user's anonymity
    $800 14
(Peter Schrager of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Those clichés about how "it's just one game" are true; in 1981, this team, led by Joe Montana & Bill Walsh, lost its first game to the Lions but ended up winning it all
    $1000 6
In 1962 James Meredith became the first African-American student at this southern university
    $1000 27
In AKC dog breeds:
Irish Terrier,
Irish Water Spaniel...
    $1000 25
A 1934 act of Congress established this agency, initially to regulate the radio, telephone & telegraph industries
    $1000 10
This dam with the most generation capacity of any U.S. power plant is about a 2-hour drive from Spokane
    DD: $2,000 18
"To stand on" these, meaning to benefit from the knowledge of great predecessors
    $1000 15
(Jamie Erdahl of the NFL Network presents the clue.) The Panthers' opening game in 2011 showed off the arm of this flashy dresser, as he passed for 422 yards, an NFL record for a player's first game

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

Luigi April Justin
$2,800 $200 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Luigi April Justin
$5,200 $1,200 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

DO YOU FEEL A FIRST DRAFT?
SYNONYMS
A CHEM/ PHYSICS/ BIO SAMPLER
FULL OF HOLES
EUROPEAN PLACES
20th CENTURY SONG, 21st CENTURY AD
    $400 26
At first, tragedy visited this family with a soon-to-be famous son on a remote island, not in Godric's Hollow
    $400 21
It's a synonym for a chest of drawers or a government agency
    $400 16
Humans have 22 pairs of nonsex these & one pair of non-nonsex
    $400 6
Worker bees build this structure & storage area in the hive from wax they produce
    $400 5
The Dada art movement began in this most populous Swiss city around 1916
    $400 15
T-Mobile:
this Billy Idol song that we just hear
more, more, more
    $800 27
F. Scott Fitzgerald called his 1922 short story "Winter Dreams" "a sort of first draft" of the idea for this novel from 3 years later
    $800 22
Note & beak are both 4-letter synonyms for this 4-letter word
    DD: $5,000 20
The standard model of particle physics accounts for 3 of the 4 fundamental forces, skipping this one, important in daily life
    $800 7
Emmentaler is what we call this, & for the record, the holes aren't called holes but eyes
    $800 4
From Arabic for "the west", the Algarve is a historic region of this nation bordering the Atlantic Ocean
    $800 14
GEICO:
this metal band's
"Round & Round"
    DD: $2,500 28
These 2 iconic fictional characters were originally to be named
Sherrington Hope &
Dr. Ormond Sacker
    $1200 23
Words for a comic entertainer at a royal court include fool, buffoon, merry-andrew & this 6-letter word
    $1200 18
It's the type of ionization chamber heard here, a measuring device that non-physicists never want to hear working hard nearby
    $1200 8
In Colonial America, this instrument with holes for the head & hands put the "P" in "punishment"
    $1200 1
Montenegro's Gulf of Kotor is a fjordlike inlet on the coast of this sea
    $1200 11
Carnival Cruise Lines: Todd Rundgren singing about doing this all day
    $1600 29
A draft of this Philip Roth novel begins with Alexander Portnoy narrating an obscene slideshow projected by his analyst
    $1600 24
Literally, your upper canines; figuratively, something of great value
    $1600 17
It's the study of fishes, all 30,000 or so species of them
    $1600 9
His children's book "Holes" earned him a 1999 Newbery Medal
    $1600 2
After being extended around 244 B.C., this famous ancient road ended in Brindisi in the "heel" of Italy
    $1600 12
The Infiniti QX60:
ooh baby baby, it's this Cat Stevens classic
    $2000 25
Starting with the same first 2 letters, this synonym for "rural" can also mean rough or simple, like unfinished furniture
    $2000 19
With hard work & strong acid, you can get the original metals from alloys, like this partner of zinc out of brass
    $2000 10
This Brit was known for his hole-y abstract sculptures like "Recumbent Figure"
    $2000 3
Called Danzig in German, this Polish port city was the birthplace of the Solidarity labor union
    $2000 13
Fidelity Investments:
this British band's
"More Than This"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Luigi April Justin
$15,700 $16,600 $11,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY
Prince Philip's titles included Baron Greenwich & Duke of Edinburgh, but not Prince Consort, last used by this royal

Final scores:

Luigi April Justin
$31,399 $18,401 $9,500
3-day champion: $97,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Luigi April Justin
$14,400 $12,400 $10,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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Game tape date: 2022-08-02
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