Show #8733 - Wednesday, November 2, 2022

2022 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.


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Margaret Shelton, a homemaker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Tyler Rhode, a director at a start-up from New York, New York

Brian Chang, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

5, 5
(Ken: Responses made up of two 5-letter words.)
    $200 4
In 2018 this Pole topped a BBC poll of women who changed the world
    $200 30
Roberto Clemente,
Willie Stargell
    $200 24
Abandoned at a difficult time, I was "left in the" this, from the name of an old game
    $200 27
This implement typically has a serrated edge, as seen here
    $200 28
In the Baroque era the trio sonata, usually written for 2 violins & a cello, was a genre of this, named for a room
    $200 29
Stopping on this 8-letter German roadway is illegal--& remarkably unadvisable--so don't run out of gas
    $400 16
Chinese philosopher Mencius earned the title "Second Sage", as second in importance to this philosopher & his way of thinking
    $400 25
Ozzie Smith,
Lou Brock
    $400 23
I'm Curtis Granderson. The Dodgers left me off this list of eligible players for the 2017 World Series. They lost
    $400 21
Mus musculus is the scientific name for this rodent
    $400 26
The Asam brothers garnished the exterior of their Munich residence with figures made from this plaster
    $400 22
In Wisconsin, "The serving of" it "at a public eating place as a substitute for table butter is prohibited" unless a customer wants it
    $600 8
A town in Russia was renamed for this cosmonaut, the first man in space, following his death in 1968
    $600 7
Phil Niekro,
Chipper Jones
    $600 12
You saw my text message but didn't respond--you "left me on" this
    $600 19
Rick Nielsen & Robin Zander are members of this band that's been around since the 1970s
    $600 20
This 17th century Italian painter & sculptor also wrote comedies & oh yeah, did some Vatican City architecture
    $600 3
If "The Graduate" were set in South Australia, Ben could have gotten 2 years or a $10,000 fine for interrupting this type of event
    $800 15
Ottoman sultan from 1520 to 1566, he had 2 epithets: the Magnificent & the Lawgiver
    $800 17
Jeff Bagwell,
Craig Biggio
    $800 11
"With four hungry children and a crop in the field... you picked a fine time to leave me", this woman
    $800 6
Literally a gem that's part of royal regalia, it's come to mean the absolute best part of something
    DD: $1,000 13
Like Caravaggio, Artemisia Gentileschi painted this biblical woman "Beheading Holofernes"
    $800 2
In New Hampshire every pet dog & cat must be vaccinated against this disease at 3 months--oh, & every ferret, too
    $1000 14
A 2022 law that makes lynching a federal hate crime is named for this teen who was brutally murdered in 1955
    $1000 18
Ron Santo,
Frank Chance
    $1000 10
You raptured while I stayed in my airplane seat in chapter 1 of this 1995 book that launched a series
    $1000 5
Rhyming "avian" term for a good lawyer
    $1000 9
Baroque master Johann Bernhard Fischer's St. Charles Church has columns dubbed the Pillars of this mythic hero
    $1000 1
In 2008 feeding the pigeons at St. Mark's Square in this city became a no-no that could cost you 700 euro

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

Brian Tyler Margaret
-$1,000 $3,400 $5,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Tyler Margaret
-$1,000 $5,400 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: With photos and ideas from a new book of that title.)
(Ken: Margaret doesn't look so happy about the wordplay.)
    $400 30
Dating from before the city was built up, just a short drive outside this Kenyan capital is a national park bearing its name
    $400 13
An ectopic pregnancy, from the Greek for "displaced", is called a tubal pregnancy when it occurs here
    $400 28
Actor Simon Callow writes of this "Ring" composer, "Had he been... other than a musical genius, he would have been locked up"
    $400 27
Dustin Diamond, who died in 2021 after a brief battle with cancer, is best remembered for playing Screech on this teen sitcom
    $400 22
Several nurses figure in his novel "A Farewell to Arms", including Miss Van Campen
    $400 29
Sound from a pig, & one's peers
    DD: $4,000 24
You get a good look at this city from a gondola as it climbs the former Ericsson Globe, now renamed Avicii Arena
    $800 12
Greek for "to breathe hard" gives us the name for this ailment common in children
    $800 26
In a novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe, he says, "I'm your church now! You understand,--you've got to be as I say"
    $800 25
Pre-"Taxi Driver", Scorsese cast her in "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore", where she asks another kid, "Wanna get high on ripple?"
    $800 21
In Richard Hooker's "MASH", she emerges "not out of a scallop shell like Botticelli's Venus, but out of a helicopter"
    $800 16
The alpine homes seen on the left & the bag seen on the right
    $1200 17
From the Sky Tower, you get a bird's-eye view of this New Zealand city that sounds like a nation for birds
    $1200 9
PVCs are premature ventricular contractions, a common type of this, the medical term for any irregular heartbeat
    $1200 8
Simon Pegg, in this film: If we don't leave, zombies will "tear us to pieces, & that is really going to exacerbate things"
    $1200 14
Before settling on his final stage surname, he was known as Mickey McGuire
    $1200 18
At Hogwarts, this madam, first name Poppy, is a nurse who is good with a healing potion
    $1200 3
One cherry from a jar & several of the instruments called mouth organs
    $1600 5
Around 1400, this Belgian "B" city northwest of Brussels was among Europe's richest & built itself quite a city hall
    $1600 10
A colonoscopy can diagnose cancer as well as this condition where pockets develop in the sides of the colon
    $1600 7
In a Twain tale, Simon Wheeler tells the story of Jim Smiley & "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of" this title place
    $1600 15
Maybe Olivia Edward, child of psychic medium John Edward, foresaw playing Pamela Adlon's youngest daughter on this series
    $1600 20
In "The Rose of Sebastopol", Rosa Barr is part of Florence Nightingale's nursing retinue in this war
    $1600 2
Disavowed a previous statement & a fancy glass bottle for serving liquor
    $2000 4
In London, it's an area of government offices, & by extension the civil service; in Port of Spain, Trinidad, the prime minister's office
    $2000 11
Named for a French physician, this disorder of the inner ear can cause vertigo & hearing loss
    $2000 6
This Holocaust survivor & Nazi hunter wrote, "Violence is like a weed--it does not die even in the greatest drought"
    $2000 23
Elsie Fisher had actually finished middle school when she played vulnerable young Kayla in this 2018 Bo Burnham film
    $2000 19
Hana reads to Almasy, the title character of this 1992 novel; Hana's lover Kip later wants to murder him
    DD: $2,000 1
A quantity that has both magnitude & direction, & describing secret operations

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Tyler Margaret
$4,200 $17,400 $17,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Andrew Johnson vetoed a bill that gave reparations to formerly enslaved people, hence this phrase for an unfulfilled promise

Final scores:

Brian Tyler Margaret
$4,200 $34,800 $24,400
3rd place: $5,000 Winner: semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Tyler Margaret
$5,200 $14,200 $17,400
11 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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Game tape date: 2022-09-20
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