Show #8752 - Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Cris Pannullo game 17.


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Matt Harvey, a healthcare administrator from Providence, Rhode Island

Sheila Anderson, a philanthropic advisor from Seattle, Washington

Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey (whose 16-day cash winnings total $566,344)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
Yes, it really is this ex-veep in a pic from his Indiana high school, where he chaired the Funday Talent Committee
    $200 27
Drive to Lake Tahoe in its Tahoe
    $200 30
Hopefully you saved some of these from your Independence Day BBQ because the 3rd Wed. in July is the national day to enjoy them
    $200 19
Tiny bad guy Sheldon J. Plankton is determined to steal the Krabby Patty formula from the Krusty Krab on this TV show
    $200 25
25 feet long:
This part of Princess Diana's wedding dress
    $200 24
A word now meaning "a spooky spirit" once meant your life force; that's why this expression means "to die"
    $400 22
He's seen here about age 13 with the glasses he'd been wearing from age 6
    $400 18
Its Bronco was back & bucking in 2021
    $400 29
The largest U.S. independent film festival, it showcases new talents & movies each January in Utah
    $400 20
Da, this pair of foreign agent no-goodniks was often foiled by Rocky & Bullwinkle
    $400 17
1,024 feet high:
The spray of the King Fahd Fountain in Jeddah in this country
    $400 23
In other words, to remove freedoms; it actually means to be impertinent or go beyond what's allowed
    $600 16
In his high school yearbook this ex-Jersey governor noted his special friendship with Jill was special & shouted out someone named Fat Jack
    $600 26
Blaze a trail in its Pathfinder SUV
    $600 21
October is "Girls Lead" this acronym month, helping young women make gains in long male-dominated fields
    $600 12
As the founder & leader of the Decepticons on "Transformers", this robot villain waged epic battles with the Autobots
    DD: $2,000 8
525 feet tall:
A flagpole built in this strip of land by North Korea to make a statement
    $600 9
To do this, meaning let someone do what they want, is about horses, not kings--no silent "G"
    $800 1
After high school it was off to Harvard for this man, but he'd interrupt his education to serve in the Navy after World War II
    $800 3
4Runner looks like a Prince song title but it hits different notes for this brand
    $800 5
Feb. 14, its inventor's birthday, is the day to honor this ride on which lovers might not mind getting stuck at the top
    $800 6
In the late '90s "Hercules" animated series, James Woods reprised his role as this villain from the movie
    $800 13
145-feet tall, the beloved white type of this tree called the Mingo one, which had to be cut down in 1938
    $800 10
To make a sacrifice to help the group, like when a ballplayer lets a pitch hit him
    $1000 2
This future Speaker of the House from Wisconsin showed his stripes as president of his class
    $1000 4
Its HR-V is letter perfect
    $1000 15
December 10 is the U.N.-declared day for these--take some time & read the Universal Declaration of them
    $1000 7
Often led by the Masked Commander, this evil organization was a constant nemesis of the elite G.I. Joe team
    $1000 14
The bed of the biblical giant Og: 9 of these units long--a building elsewhere in the Bible is only 6 of them wide
    $1000 11
There's a male bovine in this expression meaning to meet a difficult situation promptly & boldly

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

Cris Sheila Matt
$2,200 $1,000 $6,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Sheila Matt
$4,400 $1,800 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
Olympic Stadium in this city was the site of multiple gold-winning performances by Jesse Owens
    $400 30
Snakes didn't get Samuel L. Jackson in "Deep Blue Sea"--a mako one of these did; Thomas Jane & Michael Rapaport could only watch
    $400 29
The last novel of 1998 winner Jose Saramago of Portugal portrayed this killer in Genesis as a rebel against god
    $400 22
This scaly fellow lived in Honalee & was known to like "fancy stuff"
    $400 27
This is the type of bond where 2 atoms share an electron pair equally; in the acetylene molecule, 2 atoms share 3 pairs
    $400 28
There's no need for either the K or the G in this title, sir
    $800 1
This major river passes through the cities of Mannheim & Cologne
    $800 26
On "Entourage" Vince Chase was cast as this movie superhero; Jason Momoa got the gig in real life
    DD: $12,400 19
Greek author George Seferis, who won the award in 1963, wrote "Six Nights on" this hilltop
    $800 23
Seen here, Bridalveil Fall in this national park is also known as Pohono or "Spirit of the Puffing Wind"
    $800 18
Bears have died from eating too much of this sweet stuff; it contains theobromine, an alkaloid that's toxic to animals
    $800 21
This synonym for "destroy" has a spare W & either a spare C or a spare K, take your pick
    $1200 4
The cities of W├╝rzburg, Bayreuth & Munich are all found in this largest German state by area
    $1200 14
The subtitle of her book about making "The African Queen" is "How I Went to Africa with Bogart, Bacall & Huston & Almost Lost My Mind"
    $1200 17
This 1993 winner often focused on African-American culture in novels like "Jazz" & "Tar Baby"
    $1200 3
A puff one of these holds the record for most live young born from a snake--156
    $1200 9
"The first molecule" was a hydride of this element; today it doesn't form many compounds but then hydrogen had no other options
    $1200 7
Heck, most of this British synonym for "line" is silent
    $1600 2
The site of a Roman fortress in the 1st century B.C., this city was the seat of federal government for 50 years until 1999
    $1600 13
Oscar winners Laurence Olivier, Daniel Day-Lewis & Mel Gibson were entwined with this title 1984 ship
    $1600 10
This Dublin-born playwright got the nod in 1925 for works marked by idealism, humanity & stimulating satire
    $1600 15
Lose your amateur status & go pro with these cream-filled little puff pastries
    $1600 5
Menthol & neomenthol are these of each other: the same atoms in the same proportion but different arrangements
    $1600 6
Often attributed to Francis Bacon is the saying this "is power"
    $2000 12
Hanover was the original home of the man who would become this English king in 1714
    $2000 25
Joining Tom Holland & Chris Hemsworth for "In the Heart of the Sea", Ben Whishaw played this 19th century author
    $2000 11
1988 winner Naguib Mahfouz set many of his works like "Palace of Desire" in this North African capital
    $2000 16
Arianna Huffington has written biographies of Picasso & this soprano, the daughter of Greek immigrants
    $2000 24
A 1998 Nobel rewarded work that revealed nitric oxide's role in triggering this, the expansion of blood vessels
    DD: $5,000 8
This word that can precede arthritis would be just fine without its second & third letters

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Sheila Matt
$24,000 $4,200 $21,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This father was the only man among the 13 plaintiffs in a class-action case filed in 1951

Final scores:

Cris Sheila Matt
$44,000 $4,200 $8,401
17-day champion: $610,344 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cris Sheila Matt
$12,400 $4,200 $17,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
7 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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Game tape date: 2022-10-11
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