Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! game #6 - Sunday, October 30, 2022

2022-2023 Primetime Celebrity Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 5.


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Hasan Minhaj, a comedian from Davis, California

Wil Wheaton, an actor from Burbank, California

Troian Bellisario, an actor from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
This "Fifty Shades of Grey" star is the daughter of Don Johnson & Melanie Griffith
    $100 16
Bank of America has about 16,000 of these
    $100 30
Daniel O'Connell, a patriot of this country, got the British to pass the Catholic Emancipation Act of 1829
    $100 24
In 1973 Anne Rice sank her teeth into writing her first novel, about an "interview with" one of these, & finished in 5 weeks
    $100 26
Perhaps something you ate didn't agree with you if you look "green around" these fish parts
    $100 22
Casually let it be known you went to this university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, like John Quincy Adams & T.S. Eliot did
    $200 7
This father & daughter both hit No. 1 on the music charts: he with "Achy Breaky Heart" & she with "Wrecking Ball"
    $200 20
In 2022 Congress gave this agency an additional $45 billion for enforcement, so double-check those deductions
    $200 2
Montrealer Robert Stanley Weir wrote this national anthem with its stirring final words, "we stand on guard for thee"
    $200 15
Harper Lee based Dill Harris on Truman Capote, a childhood friend in Alabama, in this Pulitzer-winning 1960 novel
    $200 23
In 2020 this company celebrated the 50th anniversary of the culinary delight known as the Shamrock Shake
    $200 17
Tell the story about how this pop icon seen here invited you onstage to sing "Baby" & was blown away by your pipes
    $300 8
In the film "Straight Outta Compton", O'Shea Jackson Jr. played this man, his rapper father
    $300 28
It was once largely a military abbrev. helping coordinate operations; now it means "when I think I'll make it to the kegger"
    $300 21
Italian patriot Garibaldi captured Palermo in 1860 with colorful troops called these, like a college athlete sitting out a year
    DD: $200 3
Bootlegger Max Gerlach was one of the people F. Scott Fitzgerald may have used as the model for this title character
    $300 12
Coach Vince Lombardi took over this NFL team in 1959 & led them to greatness
    $300 1
They'll love the story about how you went to Churchill Downs in 2022 for this big race & put a C-note on 80-1 longshot Rich Strike
    $400 9
For almost 100 years 3 generations of this family, Walter, John & Anjelica, have been lighting up Hollywood screens
    $400 27
If you get this degree from Harvard, first given in 1873, you can call yourself doctor but don't try to diagnose me
    $400 11
Yukio Mishima's story "Patriotism" begins with a soldier committing this form of suicide; Mishima's life ended similarly
    $400 4
Mary Shelley wrote, "I might infuse a spark of being into the lifeless thing" in this 1818 novel; spark infused! Ooooops
    $400 13
Seen here, Mahershala Ali won a 2018 Supporting Actor Oscar for this film in which he played a musician touring the South
    $400 18
This Facebook founder would never have gone ahead & renamed his company Meta unless he checked with you first
    $500 10
This film director followed in her Oscar-winning father's footsteps, scoring an Oscar for "Lost in Translation"
    $500 25
A tear of this ligament that prevents the tibia from sliding out in front of the femur has ended many a pro athlete's season
    $500 29
Before his "March to the Sea", his hallucinations of confederate forces made him request insane numbers of reinforcements
    $500 5
She showed "Sense & Sensibility" by starting that book with "The family of Dashwood had long been settled in Sussex"
    $500 14
This metropolis in "The Wizard of Oz" had houses built of green marble & window panes made from green glass
    $500 19
How's this for a flex? You just got back from the gym, & get this, you dead-lifted a ton & a half, this many pounds

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

Troian Wil Hasan
$2,800 $1,800 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Troian Wil Hasan
$2,500 $3,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
"Don't Speak" by No Doubt was about the breakup of this singer with bassist Tony Kanal
    $200 20
The Constitution was hammered out in the summer of 1787 by 55 delegates at the gathering known as the Constitutional this
    $200 8
In this city, if you're in the mood for piazza, try the Navona or the Santa Maria
    $200 27
The daughter of civil rights activists, this vice president penned "The Truths We Hold"
    $200 24
In U.S. v. U.S. Steel, the Supreme Court noted "the menace of" this, where one company corners the market, & that ain't no game
    $200 17
"It's raining" these means it's coming down hard, not that there's a deluge of Angoras & Akitas
    $400 1
The first thing we hear in this 1992 Sir Mix-a-Lot hit is, "Oh. My. God, Becky, look at her butt"
    $400 21
The first 10 amendments are known as this; 12 were proposed, but 2 were rejected
    $400 6
This city that's home to the ruins of the Aztecs' great Templo Mayor showed off a replica of it in 2021
    $400 11
Joseph D. Pistone's "Donnie Brasco" is subtitled "My Undercover Life in" this criminal organization
    $400 19
Tom Freston got fired from Viacom but had a very soft landing thanks to a "golden" this of $100 million
    $400 14
Something insecure or unstable might be described as one of these; you can build a literal one with jacks & aces
    $600 2
Listen all y'all, it's a "Sabotage", performed by this rap trio at the 1994 VMAs (& blowing the roof off of it) a
    $600 29
Article 1 says the vice president shall be president of the Senate; the House of Representatives elects this leader itself
    $600 7
Grab a tasty soondae & score some K-pop music in the Myeongdong District of this South Korean capital
    $600 12
His daughter Hana wrote "At Home with" this boxer who could float like a butterfly & sting like a bee
    DD: $7,000 25
A chapter no one ever wants to read, this one is often called a "reorganization" bankruptcy, like J.C. Penney in 2020
    $600 10
I have no idea what you said--it was this language to me, a phrase used by Shakespeare
    $800 3
Right Said Fred was lookin' fine with this hit whose title preceded "for my shirt", "for your party" & even "for Milan"
    $800 23
We plead that this amendment says no one "shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself"
    $800 9
The entrance to Père-Lachaise, the most famous one of these in Paris, is inscribed, "their hope is full of immortality"
    $800 13
"I Am" this first name tells of life under the Taliban in Pakistan
    $800 18
Air-ing things out, this occurs when you don't have enough money in your account to cover a check but the bank pays anyway
    $800 15
To "batten down" these is to prepare for a coming storm, literal or otherwise
    $1000 5
Exit light, enter night & now, "Enter Sandman" by this band; go ahead & sleep with one eye open, gripping your pillow tight
    $1000 22
The Constitution replaced an earlier document called these Articles
    DD: $5,000 30
You'll find Lenin's tomb in this Moscow expanse
    $1000 28
"Extraordinary Ordinary People", the autobiography of this Secretary of State, detailed her upbringing in segregated Alabama
    $1000 26
Time to get an "A" in finance; leveraged by hedge funds, this investment strategy has many types, like retail & merger
    $1000 16
To the Brits, a difficult situation is a sticky this, a phrase taken from cricket

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

Troian Wil Hasan
$3,100 $5,600 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Troian Wil Hasan
$3,100 $3,000 $0

Triple Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: "C-A-R-D" will appear in each response.)
(Brad Rutter: I'm Brad Rutter of The Chase. That's my show, and today, that's your category.)
    $300 14
The Tower of London had one of these defensive fortifications, originally filled with water from the Thames
    $300 1
It was the story of a lovely blended family headed by Mike & Carol
    $300 17
Visit Pineapple Fountain & Fort Sumter when you go to Charleston, which, no, is not the capital of this "Original 13" state
    $300 26
It took off into space for the first time on April 12, 1981
    $300 15
Here's this rapper wearing what could be described as "Bodak Yellow"
    $300 23
(Brad Rutter delivers the clue.) DeCesare was the original last name of the father of David Chase, who created one of the most acclaimed TV series ever, this one starring James Gandolfini
    $600 18
Seen here, flying buttresses helped cathedrals like this one in Paris soar to new heights
    $600 2
Here's the cast of this classic show named for one of its stars; sadly, with Betty White's death, they've all passed on
    $600 21
Enjoy Capitol Street & Capitol Market in Charleston, which, yes, is the capital of this state that was admitted in 1863
    DD: $3,600 4
Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the Moon; a few minutes later, this man became the second
    DD: $6,000 11
To the U.S. government, it's officially known as a permanent resident card
    $600 24
(Brad Rutter delivers the clue.) While chasing prey like antelopes & warthogs, this fastest land animal can reach speeds of up to 70 mph
    $900 22
It sounds like a room filled with video games, but it's actually a series of arches standing side by side
    $900 3
It originally opened with "Once upon a time there were 3 little girls who went to the police academy"
    $900 27
Even in summer, you can visit Santa & his reindeer in the Hamlet called this in Essex County, New York
    $900 5
In November 2000 Yuri Gidzenko, Sergey Krikalev & William Shepherd became the first residents of this, staying 136 days
    $900 6
Are you feeling a little chilly? Put on this type of button-down sweater
    $900 13
(Brad Rutter delivers the clue.) In 2009 she won her first Grammy Awards, Best New Artist & Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her song "Chasing Pavements"
    $1200 19
"G" is for this monstrous decoration used as a waterspout on castles of yore
    $1200 9
With its iconic performances, his "really big show" on Sunday nights had a huge impact on American culture & careers
    DD: $1,000 28
In 1802 Congress passed the act establishing the U.S. Military Academy at this site on the banks of the Hudson
    $1200 12
In 2018 one of this American aerospace company's Falcon rockets placed a Tesla roadster in orbit around the Sun
    $1200 7
Patrick Stewart has played this Starfleet captain in film & on television
    $1200 25
(Brad Rutter delivers the clue.) The $10,000 note, the highest U.S. denomination ever circulated, could be called "The Chase" for its picture of Salmon P. Chase, secretary of this money-printing Cabinet department during the Civil War
    $1500 20
Completed in the 14th century, the largest baptistery in Italy resides in this city; fittingly, it leans at a slight angle
    $1500 10
A kids classic, this animated series centered on small fries Tommy, Chuckie & Angelica among others
    $1500 29
Don't fuggedabout this 16-mile-long body of water separating Brooklyn & Manhattan; Rikers Island is there
    $1500 16
The HST, this space telescope, was placed in orbit around Earth in 1990 & soon revolutionized astronomy
    $1500 8
Known for its scarlet plumage & whistled songs, it's the official bird of seven U.S. states
    $1500 30
(Brad Rutter delivers the clue.) Chevy Chase never lived in Chevy Chase, a suburb of Washington, D.C., in this state, but Sandra Day O'Connor did while she was on the Supreme Court

Scores at the end of the Triple Jeopardy! Round:

Troian Wil Hasan
$4,900 $26,500 $1,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1863 Walt Whitman wrote that this politician "has a face like a Hoosier Michael Angelo, so awful ugly it becomes beautiful"

Final scores:

Troian Wil Hasan
$2,900 $28,201 $0
2nd place: $30,000 to War Child Winner: semifinalist 3rd place: $30,000 to the International Rescue Committee

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Troian Wil Hasan
$5,000 $23,300 $8,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
39 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,500

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Game tape date: 2022-10-02
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