Show #8747 - Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Cris Pannullo game 12.


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Etienne Lepine, a software engineer from Lafayette, Colorado

David Stiasny, a pediatrician from Highland Park, Illinois

Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey (whose 11-day cash winnings total $356,702)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Singultus is the medical term for this spasm of the diaphragm; boo!
    $200 28
Now the reigning champion, France took the Cup in 2018 by defeating Croatia 4-2 at Luzhniki Stadium in this world capital
    $200 23
The first 2 words repeat in this 4-word cry of victory that involves poultry
    $200 26
This state? Stephen King, who's turning one of his properties into a writers' retreat
    $200 30
A BBC article headlined "Pineapple on" this said, "it's the food choice that seems to divide the world"
    $200 24
On the periodic table, silicon is directly under this element
    $400 21
If left untreated, a detached one of these membranes at the back of the eye can lead to blindness
    $400 20
Italy won its fourth title in 2006 but only after a full time tie & the use of a "shootout" of these kicks to decide the game
    $400 19
This exclamation would literally be the male child of a firearm
    $400 27
This nation-state? The man originally named Jorge Mario Bergoglio
    $400 29
Let's flip things & enjoy some pineapple this cake, where you invert the dessert onto a plate so the fruit's on top
    $400 25
The top of your tuxedo pants is hidden from view with style under this pleated accessory
    $600 9
One reason you're not supposed to eat raw cookie dough is that the eggs may have the enterica type of this bacteria
    $600 10
Japan won its first Women's World Cup in 2011 led by Homare Sawa, called by FIFA a maestro of this position to connect attack & defense
    $600 18
A single course of lobster tails & filet mignon is this type of order, & yes, please!
    $600 14
The Medina suburb of this city? Jeff Bezos & Bill Gates, who can also afford second homes
    $600 16
One cup of pineapple chunks provides 1/3 of your daily value of this scurvy-preventing vitamin
    $600 6
Per Black's Law, you can file this "conduct that defies the authority... of a court" under "C", & you can be held in it too
    $800 1
A recombinant zoster vaccine is given in 2 doses starting at age 50 to prevent this painful disease
    $800 4
2010 saw South Africa become the first host from its continent & the world's introduction to this ubiquitous noisemaker
    $800 7
On stage & film, it's what "stays mainly in the plain"... by George, do you have it?!
    $800 8
This Upper East Side mansion? New York City mayor Eric Adams
    $800 11
Bromelain, an enzyme in pineapples, is an anti-inflammatory that may provide relief from this, partly from the Greek for "joint"
    $800 5
Central African Republic is on the southern border of this landlocked nation
    $1000 2
This pain along the path of a certain nerve can radiate from the hip down the leg, but at least it tends to be only on one side
    $1000 3
This American striker had a 5-goal game to begin the 2019 Women's World Cup, & it was USA all the way
    $1000 12
The late princess Lee Radziwill was often called a member of this group living life at a speedy pace, on planes or not
    DD: $2,600 17
This European city? Bosco Ntaganda, convicted of 18 counts of war crimes & crimes against humanity
    $1000 15
The extra sweet pineapple called this Hawaiian isle "Gold" is grown on the slopes of Haleakala
    $1000 13
A French peasant had to look up to someone with this noble title that includes the French word for horse

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

Cris |David| etienne
$7,400 $4,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris |David| etienne
$8,800 $4,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: These responses are all made up entirely of letters in the word "vocabulary".)
    $400 22
Trotsky is sent trotting from the Soviet Union; the Dow loses half its value within weeks; say hello to "A Farewell to Arms"
    $400 25
In "The Night the Lights Went Out" by Karen White, Merilee Dunlap fittingly moves to Sweet Apple in this state
    $400 20
Perhaps trying to remake or rectify things, Ross Perot ran for prez for this party in 1996
    $400 6
The Lotte World Tower in the South has taken over from the Ryugyong Hotel in the North as this peninsula's tallest building
    $400 28
Joaquin Phoenix spent months watching videos of crazed laughter & perfecting his own for this 2019 role
    $400 1
It can mean to restrain, or it can be found along a street
    $800 21
Rhode Island is the first colony to nix its British allegiance; Goethe publishes "Stella" long before Tennessee Williams
    $800 13
Fannie Flagg wrote of Idgie & Ruth, who ran the Whistle Stop Cafe, known for this "colorful" title fare
    DD: $2,400 5
My name is Alexander Hamilton, & I helped form this party in the early 1790s
    $800 8
It would puzzle the noble builders of the Chateau de Chaumont that it was an inspiration for this lowly heroine's Disney World castle
    $800 27
Sharing his name with a "Wizard of Oz" character, this fear-obsessed foe also known as Dr. Jonathan Crane first appeared in 1941
    $800 29
To alter in form; results may do this
    $1200 19
The Six-Day War is fought; "The Dirty Dozen" is onscreen; the 25th Amendment is ratified
    $1200 12
After graduating from Ole Miss in this Kathryn Stockett novel, Skeeter can't find her former maid & nanny
    $1200 4
Teddy Roosevelt was strong as one of these in getting around 25% of the 1912 popular vote for president
    $1200 9
World's fairs have had great buildings, such as the American one of these at Expo 67 & the China one at Expo 2010, now an art museum
    $1200 24
Botanist & eco-terrorist Pamela Isley goes by this alter ego
    $1200 30
Bravery in the line of duty; you can get a medal for it
    DD: $5,000 14
King John okays the Magna Carta; King John appeals to the pope against the Magna Carta; King John has a year left to live
    $1600 11
"Black Thunder" is about one of these events in 1800 planned by Gabriel Prosser, with the goal of seizing Richmond
    $1600 3
Millard Fillmore had awful branding with this party in 1856; the American Party was its much better alternate name
    $1600 7
Demolished in 2019, the Pennsylvania headquarters of Bethlehem Steel was built to have the maximum number of these offices, a symbol of prestige
    $1600 2
Raised in a prison & frequently hopped up on venom, this masked enemy broke Batman's back in a 1990s story arc
    $1600 23
Don't be modest or coquettish--say this synonym with confidence
    $2000 18
Zola "J'Accuse"s; the Curies discover radium; remember... the Maine goes down
    $2000 26
In Rebecca Wells' tale of this "Sisterhood", Siddalee Walker returns to uncover some "Divine Secrets"
    $2000 17
Mississippi governor Fielding Wright ran for veep on its 1948 ticket that carried 4 states
    $2000 10
A statue of this angel tops many Mormon temples; the one atop the D.C. temple is 18 feet tall
    $2000 15
Obsessed with "Alice in Wonderland" & a master of mind control, Jervis Tetch goes by this alias
    $2000 16
Related to the guinea pig, the rock this is found in South America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris |David| etienne
$29,400 $10,400 $8,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The pair at the center of tumult in this long-running show were originally to be a Jewish girl & a Catholic boy

Final scores:

Cris |David| etienne
$24,179 $3,999 $16,800
12-day champion: $380,881 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cris |David| etienne
$26,000 $13,000 $6,800
27 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $45,800

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Game tape date: 2022-10-10
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