Show #8764 - Thursday, December 15, 2022

Sean McShane game 4.
Ray Lalonde game 1.


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Ray Lalonde, a scenic artist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Allie Kallmann Wegner, a researcher from Broomfield, Colorado

Sean McShane, a nonprofit membership associate originally from West Islip, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $80,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll have to name both acts that we've combined into one.)
(Ken: Each correct response will have all three of those letters in that order, though not always together.)
    $200 26
Enjoy a view of this Florida region that covers thousands of square miles but is generally less than 6 inches deep at low tide
    $200 8
Born 1820; heroine of the Crimean War; good night, nurse as of 1910
    $200 13
Until independence following World War II, this nation was known as the Dutch East Indies
    $200 1
Daft + the Machine
    $200 16
It's the "I" in IQ, & it will be incredibly embarrassing for all of us if no one rings in now
    $200 6
On "Seinfeld", Kramer wrote a book about this kind of table--it's also this kind of book & this kind of table
    $400 27
Life's pretty good here in California; check out the pier that shares this name of the village known for Hearst Castle
    $400 9
Composed himself in 1678; made it through "The Four Seasons" around 1720; began decomposing in 1741
    $400 14
The 12 provinces of the Netherlands include this southwest one that lends its name to a "New" nation of the South Pacific
    $400 2
Nine Inch Ferdinand
    $400 20
Reggie's bringing the potato salad & Veronica, the stew to this type of supper
    $400 7
In 2008 Nebraska's Supreme Court ruled use of this device violated the state constitution's ban on cruel & unusual punishment
    $600 28
Looks like surf's up at this area of Oahu with a directional name; way to totally shred that gnarly wave, dude
    DD: $1,600 10
Stole into existence in 1910; she was the first half of a noted couple; got lead poisoning via police in 1934
    $600 15
Since the 1950s this airline has presented passengers with collectible Delft blue miniature houses
    $600 3
Twenty One Dragons
    $600 21
It's slang for voluptuously attractive; Destiny's Child sang, "'cause my body too" this title "for ya, babe"
    $600 17
IKEA's Bekväm is this type of ladder: self-supporting, with a top cap connecting the front & rear rails
    $800 29
We wish you slots of luck as we take a trip into & over this Biggest Little City in the World
    $800 11
Né 1758; rained some terror on the Committee of Public Safety; life cut extremely short in 1794
    $800 24
In the U.S. it's the name of a cleaning product but for Dutch fans, it's a leading soccer team named for an ancient Greek hero of myth
    $800 4
Vampire Stripes
    $800 22
It's the birdie you bop in badminton
    $800 18
Office chairs made by Knoll, founded in 1938, are an example of midmod design, short for this
    $1000 30
Here's a spectacular look at the Black Hills Memorial to this Sioux chief, a work still in progress
    $1000 12
Swung into Paris in 1819; swung a heavy metal ball on a wire to prove Earth's rotation on its axis; swung out of Paris in 1868
    $1000 25
The painters of Rembrandt's time, or a brand of cigars with Rembrandt's "Syndics of the Drapers' Guild" on the box
    $1000 5
Massive No More
    $1000 23
It means light can pass through an object but gets diffused so objects on the other side can't be seen clearly
    $1000 19
It means you verbally expressed an idea clearly; it also is this type of portable ladder with a series of locking hinges seen here

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

Sean Allie Ray
$600 $2,600 $5,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Allie Ray
$7,800 $2,600 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 13
Pay attention! In 2012 Andrew Garfield made his Broadway debut as Biff in this Arthur Miller play
    $400 30
Shortbread is traditionally eaten during Hogmanay, this U.K. country's New Year's Eve
    $400 2
Charles Benazech painted 4 scenes in the life of King Louis XVI, the last showing him about to go to this device
    $400 1
Characterized by a distinctive hacking & catching of the breath, pertussis is also known as this
    $400 29
After seeing how the Wii got people to move, James Park took it a step further & co-developed this activity tracker
    $400 7
Our relationship didn't crash, it just actor Fonda-ed out
    $800 12
The 1906 San Francisco earthquake plays a key role in "Perestroika", part 2 of this Tony Kushner work
    $800 24
Honus Wagner & Derek Jeter were both legendary at this position
    $800 3
John Trumbull's painting in the Capitol titled this document shows the submission of a draft in June 1776, not the signing
    $800 17
Also known as tinea pedis, this fungal infection might get picked up in locker rooms
    $800 28
In 1997, aboard this space shuttle, Kalpana Chawla became the first Indian-born woman to travel in space
    $800 8
The intruder must have host Kimmel-ed open the door
    $1200 11
Allison Janney, Ouisa in this play, was in "The Hours" with Meryl Streep, who was in "The River Wild" with Kevin Bacon
    $1200 18
Shorthair cat breeds with former names of nationalities include the Abyssinian & this one that originated in Asia
    $1200 4
Neoclassical artist Vincenzo Camuccini went big; 13 x 23 feet, to depict this event from 44 B.C.
    $1200 21
Hydrophobia is another name for this viral disease that can affect humans as well as other mammals
    $1200 27
Author Kevin Kwan was born in this southeast Asian city-state where "Crazy Rich Asians" is mostly set
    $1200 14
After a swim, the dog's fur was all TV creator Stone-d
    DD: $4,000 10
In 2010 Abigail Breslin & Alison Pill played B'way roles originated by Patty Duke & Anne Bancroft in 1959 in this play
    $1600 19
Martin Short's 5-decade career includes a 2022 acting Emmy nomination as Oliver Putnam in this Hulu comedy
    $1600 5
Benjamin West took artistic license in depicting "The Death of General Wolfe", an event from this 18th century war
    DD: $7,000 22
A form of pneumonia that can be spread by air conditioning got this name from a 1976 convention where it was first identified
    $1600 26
This famed cellist has performed for 9 U.S. presidents, including Joe Biden
    $1600 15
The press hounded & Justice Blackmun-ed him unjustifiably
    $2000 9
This semi-autobiographical Neil Simon play about a young Army recruit is set in 1943 Mississippi
    $2000 20
You can still get worldwide broadcasts via this, heavily used for WWII propaganda like by Japan's "Orphan Annie"
    $2000 6
Some depictions show the 1st century A.D. Trung sisters riding elephants to launch a Vietnamese revolt against this 3-letter dynasty
    $2000 23
Called Sao Paulo fever in Brazil, the disease caused by the tick-borne rickettsia pathogen is this geological fever in the USA
    $2000 25
In 2022, this first Chinese-American movie star became the first Asian American featured on U.S. currency--a new quarter
    $2000 16
Ready for adventure, we actress Hawkins-ed forth from the castle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Allie Ray
$16,600 $4,800 $22,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Its last line is "If this is their idea of Christmas, I gotta be here for New Year's"

Final scores:

Sean Allie Ray
$26,600 $4,800 $32,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $32,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sean Allie Ray
$16,600 $11,800 $19,200
21 R,
1 W
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,600

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Game tape date: 2022-10-24
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