Show #8716 - Monday, October 10, 2022

Cris Pannullo game 7.


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Allie Nudelman, a healthcare policy professional from Brooklyn, New York

Eugene Hahm, an attorney from Oakland, California

Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey (whose 6-day cash winnings total $162,080)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
High Bridge was a 2000 addition to this Dutch city & is also called Python Bridge but High Bridge seems more apt for some reason
    $200 29
As if "Lord Protector" wasn't enough for his resumé, this 17th century man was also chancellor of Oxford University
    $200 30
For a classic screwdriver, add vodka to this
    $200 23
The shiatsu variety applies pressure to areas of the body used in acupuncture
    $200 2
Sports Illustrated said the best sports book ever is "The Sweet Science", all about this sport's champions, palookas & cornermen
    $200 27
In baseball, an around-the-horn double play starts with a ball fielded by the player at this base
    $400 25
Completed in 1849, the Chain Bridge linked these two cities that would link as well to form Hungary's capital
    $400 26
Frontier diarist John Hunton wrote that this Wild Bill Hickok friend was "among the commonest of her class"
    $400 24
Scotch & Drambuie combine in a rusty this
    $400 22
From French, it describes an action taken all together
    $400 20
In 2022 Geoff Dyer published "The Last Days of" this Swiss star, who says he still wants to play Wimbledon again
    $400 21
This big beast's name means "three-horned face" in Greek
    $600 4
Let's grow a bridge--people in India tied & twisted the roots of this tree, Ficus elastica, to create their own bridges
    $600 6
In 1849, those pursuing her as escaped slave Minty Ross didn't know her face might be on future U.S. currency
    $600 14
Mix vodka & Galliano if you don't mind getting struck by a lightning this
    $600 8
Home to 7 million Americans, it's from an Algonquian word for "at the large hill"
    $600 7
Andre Iguodala's memoir has the humble title "The Sixth Man" but covers his 2015 Finals MVP award with this NBA team
    $600 15
The Täschhorn & the Weisshorn poke up nearly 15,000 feet in this range
    $800 1
Inspired by a DNA strand, a pedestrian bridge in Singapore boasts a stainless steel double this enclosure
    $800 5
Vasco da Gama's 1st voyage departed this world capital in 1497 & returned 2 years later; 55 of the original crew of 170 survived
    $800 12
A monkey this tool is light rum, grapefruit juice & bitters
    $800 9
A satanic version of a Christian religious service, or a 2015 movie about criminal Whitey Bulger
    $800 10
(I'm Roger Bennett.) My new book, "Gods of Soccer", celebrates 100 stars of the game, like Lionel Messi, Pelé & this American who won 2 World Cups, 2 Olympic gold medals & scored 158 goals in international play
    $800 16
You'll find Cape Horn at the southern tip of this country
    $1000 3
The Edinburgh-area railway bridge here crosses this firth
    DD: $6,200 18
After a life as a political wife, she co-founded an addiction treatment center & chaired the board of directors until 2005
    $1000 13
An Irish nut mixes amaretto or Frangelico & this brand of cream liqueur
    $1000 11
Term for the total plant & animal life in a particular area
    $1000 19
"The Church of Baseball" is Ron Shelton's story of how he made this classic movie about life in the minor leagues
    $1000 17
Washington Irving's 1835 "A Tour on the Prairies" describes one of these colorful novices who "knew nothing of the woods"

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

Cris Eugene Allie
$4,400 $1,800 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Eugene Allie
$14,200 $2,000 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: But that consonant may appear multiple times in the word; say in a word like "sassy".)
    $400 28
Before it was published in book form, his "Treasure Island" appeared in a magazine under the pseudonym Captain George North
    $400 29
Animals don't get much more spineless or organ-less or muscle-less than these critters of the phylum Porifera
    $400 27
The aptly named Temblor Range borders California's Carrizo Plain National Monument, which is traversed by this fault
    $400 26
The stars of this 1993 film were Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan & insomnia
    $400 18
Even more uncommon
    $800 24
Ramona Lofton, whose novel "Push" became the movie "Precious", goes by this gem of a byname
    $800 25
Metaphorically used for a studious person, literally it's a general term for any insect that damages paper volumes
    $800 19
She died in France in 1934 from aplastic anemia, likely caused by prolonged exposure to radiation
    $800 9
A monument extending from the Sonoran Desert floor to over 10,000 feet in altitude is alliteratively named this "to Snow"
    $800 1
David Oyelowo crosses a bridge not too far in this 2014 film
    $800 17
To droop or dangle; a body part such as your tongue may do it
    $1200 3
After retiring the name, Stephen King claimed this writing alter ego had died from "cancer of the pseudonym"
    $1200 8
Several species of colorful, fast-flying butterflies are named for this top naval rank
    DD: $5,000 14
His death in Vienna in 1791 has been attributed to rheumatic fever, strep throat, kidney failure & poisoning, among other things
    $1200 6
The first African American honored by the U.S. with a national monument was this botanist in 1943
    $1200 10
Michael Mann directed Jamie Foxx in "Ali", "Collateral" & this 2006 film based on a TV drama
    $1200 16
Arabic for "leader" gives us this prayer leader of a mosque
    $1600 2
They were the pseudonyms of the two contemporaries seen here who both adopted the same atypical first name
    $1600 12
Get the crops in, quick! Melanoplus, short-horned these insects, are headed this way, & they look hungry
    $1600 13
Charlemagne died from this condition, an inflammation of the membrane that lines the chest & covers the lungs
    $1600 5
The site of a former Alabama Greyhound depot is part of a monument to the 1960s civil rights crusaders known by this 2-word name
    $1600 11
Leonardo DiCaprio wants to carve out some revenge against Bill the Butcher in this drama
    $1600 15
Let's say hi to this tree of life that stores water & gives fruit in arid lands
    DD: $5,000 4
After moving from Russia to the U.S. in the 1920s, Alissa Rosenbaum adopted this pen name with the same initials
    $2000 23
Mariners curse the goose type of this marine invertebrate that clings to hulls & anchors
    $2000 20
This Russian revolutionary in Mexico survived a 1940 assassination attempt but died from another: an ice axe to the head
    $2000 7
This Idaho national monument with a 4-word name, has lava flows, making it unearthly; even President Coolidge said, "This place is weird"
    $2000 21
The drug adrenochrome gives Johnny Depp's character Raoul Duke a hard time in this film
    $2000 22
Here's a gaggle of this 4-letter Hawaiian goose

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Eugene Allie
$44,600 $1,600 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A neighbor's charcoal drawing of Ann Turner Cook at age 4 or 5 months won a 1928 contest to appear in ads for this brand

Final scores:

Cris Eugene Allie
$59,821 $1,186 $3,851
7-day champion: $221,901 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cris Eugene Allie
$32,600 $1,600 $3,800
35 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
5 R,
2 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2022-08-10
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