Show #8713 - Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Cris Pannullo game 4.


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Francis Gomes, a quality assurance technologist from Tottenham, Ontario, Canada

Tory Martin, a communications fundraising director from Grand Rapids, Michigan

Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $83,458)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: We give you the dam, you give us the nation.)
    $200 13
These siblings corresponded with aeronautics pioneer Octave Chanute, who visited them at Kitty Hawk
    $200 17
Oroville, the nation's tallest at 770 feet & impounding the same-named lake
    $200 26
Adding olive juice to a martini earns the drink this sullied adjective
    $200 29
Asked if he believes in ghosts, this soccer coach says, "I do. But more importantly, I think they need to believe in themselves"
    $200 30
To alter, & loose coins in your pocket
    $200 27
A newspaper covering Congress since 1955, or the act of going down a list as you check class attendance
    $400 12
While on expedition with Lewis & Clark, this interpreter bumped into her brother Cameahwait, who was leading a band of Shoshones
    $400 7
Mosul, shored up in 2019
    $400 25
To release their oils & flavor, use a special tool called a muddler to crush these leaves when making a mojito
    $400 10
In 2019's "Chapter 1" of a "Star Wars" series, this title guy gets some serious Greef (Karga) & is hired by Werner Herzog
    $400 28
To attack with repeated blows, & an untanned animal hide
    $400 22
Nicholas McKay invented this 4-letter roller using a toilet paper roll & tape to spruce up his suit for a dance
    $600 11
This man built a big racecar in 1902, & hired bicyclist Barney Oldfield to drive it; together, they would race into history
    $600 16
Inguri, near the Caucasus Mountains, should be on your mind
    $600 21
Flair bartending is the term used for entertaining, flamboyant mixing & serving as done by Tom Cruise in this film
    $600 14
Dr. Jack Shephard had a bit of a rough landing after catching a flight out of Sydney in the premiere of this show in 2004
    $600 4
To glance over, & the 7-letter body part you use to do it
    $600 23
"Roll Tide" is a trademarked phrase used by supporters of this state school... a lot
    $800 1
A native guide named Uledi was invaluable to this British explorer while navigating the Congo River on his boat the Lady Alice
    DD: $1,800 3
Dez, formerly Pahlavi, but things... changed
    $800 20
"Burning the ice", melting it all with hot water, happens at closing time or if this, hard to tell apart from ice, gets in the bin
    $800 5
After breaking extremely bad, a onetime lawyer is an Omaha Cinnabon employee as this show commences
    $800 18
To refute, & a kitchen surface for food prep
    $800 9
Photographers & videographers set this "speed" to avoid the distorting effect called "rolling" this
    $1000 2
After World War II he was a sirdar, in charge of porters on treks up Everest; he would eventually reach the summit with Edmund Hillary
    $1000 8
ItaipĂș, generating 14,000 megawatts on the border of Paraguay & this
    $1000 6
The appropriate garnish is important; use a lemon slice for this drink that combines beer & lemonade
    $1000 24
Chidi's character is established pretty fast on this comedy--"I'm in a perfect utopia &... I have a stomachache"
    $1000 19
To set up a tent, & a tarry substance used in roofing
    $1000 15
This appetizer got its name as it is traditionally served during a specific time of the year--the first day of Chinese New Year

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

Cris Tory Francis
$7,800 -$200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Tory Francis
$12,200 $1,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll have to name the actor in question.)
    $400 19
He graduated summa cum laude from Brigham Young
    $400 30
A dynamo is a device for converting mechanical energy into this type of energy
    $400 24
This "morbid" Thomas Mann novella has the German title "Der Tod in Venedig"
    $400 28
This crumbly cake topping is from German for "sprinkle"
    $400 22
For more than 100 years, PALCO ran Scotia, California; here's a postcard from the Curt Teich Archives of this type of mill
    $400 29
Tony Montana, introducing his little friend in "Scarface"
    $800 8
He played tight end for Stanford before getting a Rhodes Scholarship
    $800 25
The opposite of an apogee, it's the spot in a satellite's orbit when it's nearest to Earth
    $800 16
Horrors! "The Man in the Black Suit" threatens to eat a child in a prize-winning short story by this author, of course
    $800 23
In 1820 the Edinburgh Magazine expressed horror that Scotch women were being seized by the waist for this dance
    $800 15
If you attend JDMS in the agricultural equipment-making town of Moline, Illinois, that's short for this middle school
    $800 1
Josie Geller, who has "Never Been Kissed" & wants to change that
    $1200 7
This man took over his brother's Senate seat & kept it for 47 years
    $1200 11
This membrane of the eye contains no blood vessels, taking oxygen from tears & directly from the air
    $1200 10
& I said, what about this Truman Capote novella? She said, I think I remember that work, first published in Esquire in 1958
    $1200 20
Translated literally, it means "double-goer"
    $1200 14
Lynch, Kentucky was built in 1917 by U.S. Coal & Coke, a subsidiary of U.S. this
    $1200 27
Andy's pal Red Redding, part of a captive audience in "The Shawshank Redemption"
    $1600 5
He served in the Senate for 27 years & ran for higher office
    $1600 3
Japanese scientists at Tohoku Institute have proven that like certain insects, human skin gives off this "life light"
    $1600 2
"The Dead" is the best known of the 15 short stories in this author's "Dubliners"
    DD: $1,000 18
This word for a recurring musical theme in an opera or symphony comes partly from German for "lead"
    $1600 4
Dan Bern's song "Company Town" mentions this Ohio city where Goodyear has been based since 1898
    $1600 21
Amanda Waller, instrumental in putting together "The Suicide Squad" in 2021
    DD: $2,500 6
Officially censured by the Senate, he died in office a few years later
    $2000 13
Seen here, is an illustration from 1543's "On the Structure of the Human Body" published by this Flemish anatomist
    $2000 12
Carpe diem & name this 1956 Saul Bellow novella about an incredibly rough 24 hours for Tommy Wilhelm
    $2000 9
Seen here, this German name for a subterranean cavern comes partly from a word for a town hall, not for a kind of rodent
    $2000 17
He built a town near Chicago to house his railcar company employees, & some homes still stand
    $2000 26
Nathan Drake, in "Uncharted" waters in 2022

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Tory Francis
$28,800 $7,900 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 1948 edition of this publication said, "There will be a day... in the near future when this guide will not have to be published"

Final scores:

Cris Tory Francis
$27,600 $15,799 $1
4-day champion: $111,058 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cris Tory Francis
$28,400 $7,400 $5,800
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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Game tape date: 2022-08-09
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