Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! game #5 - Sunday, October 23, 2022

2022-2023 Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Matt Rogers, a comedian from Long Island, New York

John Michael Higgins, an actor from Boston, Massachusetts

Aisha Tyler, an actor from San Francisco, California

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Jeopardy! Round

WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
GOT A BRIDGE TO SELL YOU
PITCH PERFECT
CLASSIC KIDS' BOOKS
YES, CHEF!
"Q" FORCE
(Mayim: Each response begins with "Q".)
    $100 19
He gets the credit for "In the future everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes"
    $100 30
At 9:00 P.M. on weekend nights you can see why the bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam has the name of this creature of myth
    $100 28
Talk about Go Blue!
Clayton Kershaw pitched well enough for this team in 2014 to win 21 games & the National League MVP award
    $100 10
In "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", he's the eccentric owner of the factory
    $100 5
Oh come on! If a Pixar rodent can make this eggplant, tomato, onion, bell pepper, zucchini, garlic & herbs dish, you can too!
    $100 26
It's equal to 32 fluid ounces
    $200 18
On making history:
"It has taken 232 years & 115 prior appointments for a black woman to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court"
    $200 29
First built in the 1100s, this bridge that's "falling down" in a nursery rhyme really did partly collapse in 1282
    $200 27
A hitter & hurler, Shohei Ohtani joined this "Bambino" as the only MLB players with 10 homers & 10 wins in a season
    $200 9
"The Story of Ferdinand" tells of one of these animals who loves to sit quietly & smell the flowers
    $200 4
I told you to nuke this pasta staple from Campbell's that first hit shelves in 1965 for 2 minutes! Why on earth did you say "Uh-oh"?!
    $200 22
It's the same as a spat
    DD: $400 15
On defeating Bobby Riggs in tennis' 1973 Battle of the Sexes:
"I think he just... underestimated me"
    $300 12
The Bridge of Sighs in this Italian city is named for the sounds prisoners made as they crossed it to the doge's dungeons
    $300 21
With no baserunners at all, a perfect game is this amazing feat, but even better!--MLB has had 317 of these, with just 23 perfectos
    $300 6
After a journey from Peru to England, this character was discovered on a railway platform in London, sitting on his suitcase
    $300 1
Whether the second part of its name is "chuck" or "rump", this dish needs to cook an hour per pound & the old folks start ordering it at 5:00 P.M.
    $300 23
This period of isolation to stop the spread of disease goes back to "40 days", how long infected ships were once kept isolated
    $400 16
Declared a saint in 2016; her motto:
"Let us do something beautiful for God"
    $400 13
The Pont Neuf, or "new bridge", is the oldest one spanning this Paris river
    $400 20
The best of the best in baseball get the award named for this man who got the nickname "Cyclone", which was then shortened
    $400 7
In a book by Johanna Spyri, this title orphan is sent to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps
    $400 2
I need this Italian rice specialty alla milanese! Stir hot stock in a mix of onions & rice... when the rice is al dente, you're done!
    $400 24
It's where the FBI Academy is located
    $500 17
This South African leader:
"The greatest glory of living lies not in never falling but in rising every time you fall"
    $500 14
Climb the Old Town Bridge Tower on the Charles Bridge, which dates back to 1357, & get a lovely view of this Czech capital
    $500 11
This pitcher was quite the aged rookie in 1948 when he joined Cleveland, but he helped them win the World Series
    $500 8
Also a noted essayist, he gave us the books "Charlotte's Web" & "Stuart Little"
    $500 3
I said use 1.5 lbs. of white button mushrooms for the duxelles, a 3-pound tenderloin & puff pastry to make "Beef" this! Gogogo!
    $500 25
If you have nagging doubts or questions about a project, you have these misgivings

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

Aisha Michael Matt
$2,400 $2,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aisha Michael Matt
$3,600 $3,700 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

CATS THROUGH TIME
BIOLOGY
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
ADVERBS THAT MAKE YOUR DAY
(Mayim: They all end in "-L-Y".)
VARIETY
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
    $200 14
Bastet the cat goddess inspired these ancient people to fill cemeteries at Bubastis with mummified cats
    $200 19
In the winter, some animals enter this dormant state in which body temperature lowers & breathing & heart rate slow down
    $200 30
This U.S. federal holiday is observed on the last Monday in May
    $200 29
You're going about your day in this carefree manner, sung 4 times in "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
    $200 10
Even out of office, with more than 130 million followers, he gets the vote as the most followed person on Twitter
    $200 1
Reese Witherspoon plays field reporter Bradley Jackson, who becomes Jennifer Aniston's co-anchor on this series
    $400 16
This big name in 19th century nursing cared for cats too--dozens, including Mr. Bismark, who ate rice pudding off china plates
    DD: $12,000 20
Animals like frogs that can live on land or water are known as these, from the Greek for "both" & "life"
    $400 21
Legislation signed on June 17, 2021 made this the first new U.S. federal holiday since 1983
    $400 28
Wimpy of Popeye fame used this adverb to describe the manner in which he'd "pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today"
    $400 11
This saint associated with Christmas has his feast day on December 6
    $400 2
In 2013's "Man of Steel", Amy Adams played this reporter, Superman's gal pal
    $600 17
10 Downing Street, London home to the politician with this title, is also home to Larry, who has the cheeky title "chief mouser"
    $600 12
In 1996 one of these named Dolly was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell
    DD: $4,100 7
Many states now designate the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day rather than this
    $600 27
You never want to be thought of behaving suspiciously, so change the first letter to get this forward-looking adverb
    $600 26
The name of this daily N.Y. Times vocabulary game is actually a play on the name of the software engineer who created it
    $600 3
This funnyman played a reporter who got to fill in for God in the movie "Bruce Almighty"
    $800 15
A feline named Trim kept explorer Matthew Flinders company after his boat got stuck on a big mass of this near Australia
    $800 13
As part of metamorphosis, some caterpillars create this "C" structure similar to a cocoon & live in it until their next phase
    $800 8
This Jewish day of atonement comes 10 days after Rosh Hashanah, the new year
    $800 6
A body part starts this word meaning "cordially"; in a more exuberant sense, it's the way we welcomed you to the stage
    $800 25
Merriam-Webster's unappetizing description of this fermented tea includes "gelatinous mass of symbiotic bacteria"
    $800 4
In the classic "Citizen Kane", following Kane's death, a reporter is sent out to uncover the meaning of this, his final word
    $1000 18
Legend says the maneki-neko, or "lucky cat", raised a paw, an invitation to one of these warriors to enter a temple during a storm
    $1000 23
The 2 strands of this stuff that codes genetic information are said to resemble a twisted ladder
    $1000 9
This holiday is a symbol of summer's end in the U.S. but in Europe, its equivalent is celebrated on May 1
    $1000 22
"A" is for this adverb, from the Latin for "carefully prepared"; we hope you've responded that way
    $1000 24
In 1962, he became the first American to orbit the Earth; in 1998, he became the oldest person, at 77, to travel into space
    $1000 5
Redford & Hoffman played Woodward & Bernstein in this film about the reporters who uncovered Watergate

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

Aisha Michael Matt
$3,400 $10,800 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Aisha Michael Matt
$5,000 $23,600 $3,500

Triple Jeopardy! Round

ADVANCED CRIMINAL LAW
A LITTLE POETRY
U.S. PRESIDENTS
OF COURSE I'M NOT BREAKING UP WITH YOU
MUSIC OF TODAY
AROUND PHILLY WITH RYAN LONG
(Ryan Long: I'm 16-game Jeopardy! champion Ryan Long. Hop in and let's take a tour of Philadelphia--my city!)
    $300 30
Voir dire is the process of selecting a fair & impartial one of these groups
    $300 25
William Blake wrote about a "Tyger tyger, burning bright, / in the forests of" this
    $300 10
In a televised speech, he informed America, "I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow"
    $300 1
Of course not, honey, think of it as this feature at a play, when you have 15 minutes to beat the line at the bar or bathroom
    $300 22
In 2017 she sang, "I want your midnights" but in 2022, she decided to give "Midnights" to us as her 10th studio album
    $300 28
(Ryan Long presents the clue.) I'll take a video & hum "Gonna Fly Now" while you run up the 72 stairs that lead to the east entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, recreating an iconic scene from this 1976 movie
    $600 29
As opposed to misdemeanors, this class of crimes is more serious & can carry a sentence of a year or more in the slammer
    $600 24
Emma Lazarus wrote "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses" to raise funds for the pedestal of this
    DD: $4,700 9
Before taking the road to the White House, he hit the "Santa Fe Trail" in the movie role of George Armstrong Custer
    $600 2
Baby, we're only putting things on this... & did you know the 1970s' Channel F was the 1st console that let you do it to a game?
    $600 16
This Kate Bush song that covers both yesterday & today is subtitled "(A Deal With God)"; hey, stranger things have happened
    $600 20
(Ryan Long presents the clue.) Housed in its own center, this American icon is a must-see of Philly; we can get an insider view of it, literally: there are X rays of its famous crack
    DD: $4,700 11
Criminals disguise the source of ill-gotten gains via this 2-word process; detergent is optional
    DD: $13,000 23
Poe used this 3-syllable word 11 times in "The Raven", including as the last word
    $900 8
Lincoln's 1863 declaration making "persons held as slaves... thenceforward, and forever free" is known as this
    $900 13
It's more like we each "take" this respiratory term to get our wind back & think about things
    $900 17
"As It Was", during his "Love On Tour", this singer stopped mid-show to give his mic to a fan for a surprise proposal (the woman said yes)
    $900 21
(Ryan Long presents the clue.) It's important to sample the local cuisine; we'll go to Pat's, which says it created this Philly sandwich, & then across the street to Geno's, a formidable competitor
    $1200 12
Sometimes a judge might, hopefully, just sentence you to do this, work without pay, perhaps for a nonprofit
    $1200 7
His poem "Jabberwocky" appears in "Through the Looking-Glass", his sequel to "Alice in Wonderland"
    $1200 5
A CNN headline said this man had taken "8,200 round-trip train rides" to Delaware
    $1200 4
Sweetie, nuh-uh. You know how at your trial the judge said, "Court is in" this until Monday? It's like that
    $1200 18
"Yaka-yaka yaka-yaka yaka-yaka yaka-yaka"!
Beyoncé repeatedly sang, "You won't" do this title, & now I'm tellin' everybody
    $1200 26
(Ryan Long presents the clue.) Woven into the fabric of America is the legend that this woman designed & sewed the first stars & stripes flag; a house on Arch Street tells her story
    $1500 14
Ask Steve Bannon--you don't want to ignore one of these writs from a court, commanding you to come in &, you know, testify
    $1500 15
"You may trod me in the very dirt. But still, like dust, I'll rise", she wrote
    $1500 6
George W. Bush's 2002 State of the Union spoke of a this "of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world"
    $1500 3
It's just this, from the Latin for "gap", hopefully shorter than the 2-year one for "Better Call Saul" between Seasons 5 & 6
    $1500 19
At the 2022 VMAs he performed "Titi Me Pregunto" at Yankee Stadium & became the 1st male Latin star to win Artist of the Year
    $1500 27
(Ryan Long presents the clue.) America was born in Philly; we're heading to the hall on Chestnut Street where in 1776 John Hancock put his Hancock on this document

Scores at the end of the Triple Jeopardy! Round:

Aisha Michael Matt
$12,100 $28,400 $27,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LANDMARKS
Built of more than 18,000 metal parts & 2.5 million rivets, it was the world's tallest manmade structure from 1889 to 1930

Final scores:

Aisha Michael Matt
$24,200 $31,400 $30,500
3rd place: $30,000 to Planned Parenthood Winner: semifinalist 2nd place: $30,000 to Story Pirates Changemakers

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Aisha Michael Matt
$8,200 $13,300 $11,300
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
9 W
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2022-10-02
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