Show #8720 - Friday, October 14, 2022

Cris Pannullo game 11.


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Marianne Dos Santos, an intermediate French and religion teacher from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Rhianan Thomas, a hospitality worker from Downey, California

Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey (whose 10-day cash winnings total $333,723)

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Jeopardy! Round

2 "I"s
(Ken: Each response will have exactly two letter "I"s as its only vowels.)
    $200 28
It can mean a deposit on your tooth or in an artery; both are bad
    $200 29
It's the cycle where your washing machine makes your clothes dryer
    $200 30
Mitch Albom subtitled this book about his former college professor "An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lesson"
    $200 27
I know you're angry but please, let's be this, meaning adhering to societal norms
    $200 22
The hand seen here is known by the name of this theatrical New York City street
    $200 24
All 4 of them, the "Million Dollar Legs" in a 1939 film don't belong to co-star Betty Grable but to one of these
    $400 16
The fibula is partnered with this bone, also known as the shin
    $400 25
Don't celebrate so soon--it's too early to do this, the sound heard here
    $400 17
A 2008 nonfiction bestseller told of this "Small-Town Library Cat (named for the decimal system) Who Touched the World"
    $400 26
To excessively criticize something over minor details
    $400 21
The lowest straight you can get is A-2-3-4-5, known as a "bicycle" or this, a fundamental part of a bike
    $400 23
In this dark dance movie, Winona Ryder has leg issues as ousted prima ballerina Beth
    $600 6
A group of 4 muscles forms this, which keeps the arm in the shoulder socket; a tear of it is common for baseball pitchers
    $600 13
Get your buggy out of the way! It's the 20th century & this vehicle first shipped Oct. 1, 1908 is taking over the roads
    $600 8
Based on a true story, "Paper Hearts" tells of the bond & resilience of teens Zlatka & Fania while in this concentration camp
    $600 20
If you're too shy to ring in, you may be accused of being this 5-letter word
    $600 3
If you've got a "Dolly Parton" in hold 'em, you've started off with these 2 hole cards--what a way to make a living...
    $600 15
At the end of this Hitchcock film, Jimmy Stewart has not one but 2 broken legs
    $800 4
Here's your host's fingerprint down to this third major pattern along with arches & loops
    $800 12
S.I.T. stands for special information this; heard here is the all-too-familiar vacant number intercept
    $800 7
R.J. Palacio introduced Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face, in this 2012 children's novel
    $800 19
Really, really mad
    $800 2
If your 2 hole cards are an Ace & a King, you've got "Big" this, like an oil spill
    $800 9
Golden Leg Fung is a character in the movie about spreading this title style of Kung Fu through soccer
    $1000 5
A tumor on this gland can cause gigantism or Cushing's disease
    $1000 14
The sound of this item with a swift name lets you know you're in a boxing gym
    $1000 10
"The Best of Me" by this bestselling author of "The Notebook" literally has heart--heartbreak & a heart transplant
    DD: $400 18
Fats, waxes & oils are classified as these
    $1000 1
If you need the middle card to make a straight, it's this draw that sounds like a bullet in the stomach
    $1000 11
Showing some leg while hitchhiking won Claudette Colbert a 1934 Oscar, one of 5 for this film

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

Cris Rhianan Marianne
$8,600 $0 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Rhianan Marianne
$10,800 $1,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
This country's rock 'n' roll museum honors native musicians like Björk
    $400 29
One of these "after the fact" helps commit a crime & subsequently may be charged with obstruction of justice
    $400 28
Curators deal with the fragile tubing of Bruce Nauman's work in this medium of nighttime signs, like "Double Poke in the Eye II"
    $400 26
Toyota has a "Prime" version of this hybrid car
    $400 30
Taking office in 697, Paolo Lucio Anafesto is considered to be the first doge of this city
    $400 8
As Jim the Vampire, guest star Mark Hamill ordered "one human alcohol beer, please" on this comedy
    $800 18
Haiti & the Dominican Republic occupy this island in the West Indies
    $800 22
There's a "Q" in this word referring to any nickname
    $800 24
Eduardo Kac's "Rara Avis" included a cage filled with these; a robotic one had a camera inside of it
    $800 21
This mild red spice is a key ingredient in goulash & other traditional Hungarian dishes
    $800 19
During the rule of Empress Wu over China, this imported religion became the official faith
    $800 27
He decided to take "Carpool Karaoke" to the other side of the street & leave "The Late Late Show" in 2023 to return to the United Kingdom
    $1200 4
Its capital of Nicosia also goes by the Greek name Lefkosia
    $1200 17
The Goldilocks Zone refers to planets thought to be this
    $1200 15
Choreographer Martha Clarke's 1982 performance piece "A Metamorphosis in Miniature" adapted a 1915 work by this writer
    $1200 23
In 1739 the Persians stole from the Mughal Empire a jewel-encrusted throne named for this bird
    $1200 20
In midcentury the caliph Uthman standardized & distributed what we know as this book
    $1200 1
"Sailing Yacht" is an iteration of this Bravo show, & hats off to chef Marcos for that 3-tiered gluten-free wedding cake
    $1600 3
It's the last remaining kingdom in Polynesia
    $1600 16
A son of Zeus tormented by fruit beyond his grasp led to this verb meaning "to tease"
    $1600 11
In 1985 this one-named man & his wife Jeanne-Claude wrapped Paris' Pont Neuf in beige fabric
    $1600 14
This state capital has a population of just 14,000
    DD: $1,800 6
664's Synod of Whitby in England standardized the calculation of this holy day based on a lunar calendar
    $1600 2
As Ava Coleman, Janelle James is quite a principal character on this "educational" ABC sitcom
    DD: $3,000 5
The Sinhalese people make up about 3/4 of its population
    $2000 13
The Latin word for French is in this word that means to make something French in attitude or language
    $2000 7
This Frenchman coined the term "ready-made" for works like his 1913 "Bicycle Wheel"
    $2000 10
The tree seen here gets its name from this type of temple of the same region
    $2000 12
Under King Recceswinth, this Germanic people who had made their way to Spain codified their laws in 654
    $2000 9
She's the ex-"SNL" performer seen here whose character on "I Love That for You" somehow both had & also fakes having cancer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Rhianan Marianne
$35,200 $5,200 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Featuring a statue of a man escaping his grave, his tomb in Amiens contrasts with the title of his 1864 adventure novel

Final scores:

Cris Rhianan Marianne
$22,979 $200 $200
11-day champion: $356,702 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cris Rhianan Marianne
$34,000 $5,800 $3,200
36 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $43,000

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Game tape date: 2022-08-10
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