Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! game #2 - Sunday, October 2, 2022

2022-2023 Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 2.


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Iliza Shlesinger, a comedian from New York City

Reggie Watts, a comedian from Great Falls, Montana

Eddie Huang, a chef and restaurateur from Washington, D.C.

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response contains "A-L-L".)
    $100 30
A British earl who ate cold meat & bread slices while sitting at a gambling table gave his name to this
    $100 5
The largest of these flying mammals have wingspans of more than 5 feet
    $100 28
This Amazon voice A.I. will help you with your smart home, shopping & entertainment needs
    $100 29
"I can't stop the feeling so just dance, dance, dance", instructs this singer
    $100 20
Second City opened Dec. 16, 1959 in a converted laundry in this city
    $100 18
To purposefully delay, or, a place where a horse is purposefully delayed
    $200 15
Buying this traditional April birthstone?
Remember, cut, color, clarity & carat are its "4 Cs"
    $200 2
Famous for its acrobatics as well as its songs, here's one of these whales breaching the water
    $200 14
Barcalounger is known for this type of chair whose name says it will get horizontal
    $200 27
Walk the Moon got a hit song title when a woman at a club told the frontman to do this "& dance with me"
    $200 7
Dad's Garage is an improv venue in this capital of Georgia
    $200 11
Some say you can't fight this, a municipal government building
    $300 17
Bill Gates said he & Paul Allen picked this name "even before we had a company"
    DD: $300 9
Oddly, opossums are related to kangaroos, as both belong to this group of pouched mammals
    $300 25
Here's this 3-letter jar; it happens to be Grecian, but other countries make them
    $300 4
"Dance To This" was a summer 2018 collaboration between Troye Sivan & her
    $300 10
Roseanne Barr began her comedy career in venues like comedy works while living in this city at the edge of the Rockies
    $300 12
Shady Albuquerque, New Mexico criminal lawyer Saul Goodman had his law office in this type of shopping center
    $400 23
Ford introduced a sporty car model in 1955 & gave it this name of an avian spirit of Native American mythology
    $400 13
Seen here is one of the world's smallest mammals, the pygmy this, though we're not so sure about "the taming" of it
    $400 21
As a verb, it means to hinder; as a noun, it's a wicker basket that holds dirty clothes
    $400 24
Listen to Madonna! "Come on", do this, "let your body go with the flow"
    $400 6
A young Judd Apatow did stand-up at venues like Governor's in Levittown & Chuckles in Mineola on this island
    $400 26
This 2-word phrase means it's almost closing time at the bar & you'd better order your final round now
    $500 16
Cologne, Germany is one of many historic cities along this great river of Western Europe
    $500 3
Growing up to 14 feet & almost 2,000 pounds, the Atlantic bluefin is the largest variety of this food fish
    $500 22
Some say it's a sin, but this fittingly named area is a great place to apply those finishing touches to your face
    $500 1
"When they said come dancing, my sister always did", sang Ray Davies of this band in a tribute to his real sis Rene
    $500 8
The hungry i in North Beach in this California city helped begin the tradition of a red brick wall behind the comic
    $500 19
Proverbial sphere used to bar someone from membership in a group

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

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$800 $100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$1,300 $900 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
In 1880 this inventor was granted a patent for the first practical light bulb
    $200 19
At the Graceland wedding chapel, couples get hitched & serenaded by one of these impersonators
    $200 12
Folks hit the Louvre in 1911 to not see this 1500s painting; it had been stolen, & fans took in the empty space where she had smiled-ish
    $200 2
At a restaurant you may want the steak but not the side dishes, so you order this 3-word way
    $200 27
The original version of this novel made vampires seem a real threat; an editor said people are jumpy from Jack the Ripper--go easy
    $200 30
This TV show theme answers the question "Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?"
    DD: $700 16
Now a kids' swimming pool game, he was originally an Italian who traveled to China in the 13th century
    $400 15
In 1970 Binion's Horseshoe Casino hosted the first-ever World Series of this
    $400 29
At New York's Museum of Modern Art, you can lap up the 32 canvases of Campbell's soup cans this artist painted in the early 1960s
    $400 1
The "R" in RSVP stands for "repondez", while the last 3 letters stand for this, French for "if you please"
    $400 26
This Mark Twain hero says, "Now, Old Jim, you're a free man again, and I bet you won't ever be a slave no more"
    $400 8
Belly up to the bar on this show "Where Everybody Knows Your Name"
    $600 11
"Black Tuesday", October 29 of this year, was part of the stock market crash that helped set off the Great Depression
    $600 14
One of the NHL's newest teams, they play their home games at the T-Mobile arena, near the strip
    $600 25
It's the day of the week depicted here in the Georges Seurat painting that inspired a Stephen Sondheim musical
    $600 4
Sorry if you're lactose intolerant, but a dairy product is repeated in this French phrase meaning "best of the best"
    $600 22
In this Jane Austen novel, Elizabeth is the favorite daughter of Mr. Bennet, but airheaded Lydia is her mom's choice
    $600 18
Biracial herself, Mariah Carey was excited to record the theme to this "Black-ish" prequel show
    $800 13
Nobody expected the Spanish this notorious institution to be abolished in 1834, but everybody was glad it was
    $800 6
No surprise, the Paris Las Vegas hotel has a 540-foot-tall replica of this landmark
    DD: $1,000 24
"The Tragedy" & "The Blind Man's Meal" were 1903 works during the "Blue Period" of this Spaniard
    $800 3
You definitely do not want to commit one of these, an error whose name means "false step"
    $800 21
This 1851 novel mentions New Zealand Tom & Don Miguel, 2 famous contemporaries of the title sea creature
    $800 17
On a 1960s sitcom this title group is "creepy & they're kooky, mysterious & spooky, they're altogether ooky"
    $1000 10
A Paris airport is named for this general who led the Free French forces during WWII & later served as France's president
    $1000 5
This hotel boasts a colorful indoor display of glass flowers by Dale Chihuly & dancing waters out front
    $1000 23
Is this surreal life? / Is this just fantasy? / Watching watches melt / In this man's "Persistence of Memory"
    $1000 7
This 4-letter word comes before "d'etat" in a governmental overthrow, or before "de grace" in a finishing blow
    $1000 20
France's 1812 invasion of Russia is the subject of this sprawling Tolstoy novel
    $1000 9
"She's a magical gal in a small-town locale" went one tune for this show with Elizabeth Olsen immersed in old sitcoms

Scores at the Double Jeopardy! Round commercial break (after clue 15):

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$3,500 $4,700 $4,100

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$5,700 $4,700 $6,600

Triple Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response ends with "-go".)
(Austin Rogers: I'm 12-game Jeopardy! champ and long-time bartender Austin Rogers. Pull up a stool for some clues about my profession.)
    $300 30
Yo, yo, yo, I am duly intrigued by your request to meet in the future, please contact again when ready
    $300 27
Spain shares its longest land border with this country
    $300 29
As Leslie Knope, Amy Poehler was stunned to meet Michelle Obama on this sitcom & timidly asked for a high five
    $300 22
Freight carried by a ship or other vehicle
    $300 1
Funny story... Thor used Mjollnir, this type of weapon, to slaughter a giant named Thrym, who had stolen it; well, maybe funny to Thor
    $300 23
(Austin holds a glass full of a dark beer at his bar.) Tending bar at an Irish pub, I've poured many a pint of draft beer from this 260+-year-old Dublin brewery; there's a technique, here--it's not just flip & drip
    DD: $500 11
You clearly have been living under some sort of rock, so let me catch you up on this tantalizing factoid
    $600 10
This lake on the U.S.-Canadian border is the largest body of fresh water in the world
    $600 20
On "Living with Yourself", Paul Rudd sees this former Patriots quarterback, perhaps a clone?
    $600 21
A symbol that represents a company or an organization
    $600 2
The son of Mercury & Venus, this li'l love god ended up falling for & marrying Psyche
    $600 28
(Austin pours & garnishes a red cocktail in a Martini glass.) I really do tend bar at the Gaf East on 2nd Ave. in New York City, where of course we serve this classic geographically named cocktail made with vermouth & American whiskey
    $900 6
My good friend, you have erred in what you wrote, but I am gracious & have deigned to correct your mistake
    $900 25
Cancun is on this peninsula that shares its name with a state of Mexico
    $900 14
James Earl Jones & Old Sheldon did a ding dong dash on this sitcom; Carrie Fisher was not amused
    $900 19
Music for this South American ballroom favorite is heard
    DD: $1,200 3
From Greek for "the unseen", he ruled way downtown & had a 3-headed doggie named Cerberus who ate anyone that tried to leave
    $900 26
(Austin shakes drops from a bottle into a glass with a red drink.) Whether you use the Angostura or Peychaud's brand, life has its share of these aromatic spirits used to flavor classic cocktails like the Old Fashioned
    $1200 5
IANAL: My skills do not reside in the courtroom, yet I feel the need to tell you of the possibly criminal error of your ways
    DD: $3,000 16
Known for its extinct (maybe not for long) tiger, this island state is Australia's smallest
    $1200 13
Bill Murray dresses up like the undead to "blend in" in this 2009 film; Woody Harrelson admits that he's a big fan
    $1200 18
A wild canine from Down Under
    $1200 7
Prometheus had the bright idea to steal this from the gods & give it to man; the gods had Pro's liver eaten by an eagle on the reg
    $1200 24
(Austin has a clear drink in a glass at his bar.) I'm a bartender, not a fancy-schmancy mixologist; I like pouring beer, whiskey & drinks with their ingredients in their names, like this classic combo juniper-berry liquor & carbonated water infused with quinine
    $1500 4
I believe one thing but am open to your perspective, so now is your chance to explain to me my error
    $1500 15
Still active but quiet since the 1940s, it buried the city of Pompeii in 79 A.D.
    $1500 12
In "Expendables 3" this Austrian pops in, shoots a few baddies & says, "Let's get to the chopper"
    $1500 17
A color between blue & violet
    $1500 8
Competing with Athena to create the most useful gift for man, this god of the sea hit a stone with his trident & created the horse
    $1500 9
(Austin holds a small glass at his bar.) I don't mind you bending my ear like Joe the bartender in a Sinatra classic, & I'll make this title drink, but it's 2022 & I'm not gonna pour you "one more for the road"

Scores at the end of the Triple Jeopardy! Round:

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$7,200 $4,700 $13,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

William Brodie, an upstanding Scottish tradesman by day & leader of a gang of burglars by night, helped inspire these 2 title characters

Final scores:

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$0 $2,700 $14,401
3rd place: $30,000 to the Innocence Project 2nd place: $30,000 to MusiCares Winner: semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eddie Reggie IliZA!
$8,200 $4,700 $16,200
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
7 W
40 R
(including 3 DDs),
13 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $29,100

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Game tape date: 2022-09-11
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