Show #8785 - Friday, January 13, 2023

Yogesh Raut game 3.


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Michael Cavaliere, a consultant from New York, New York

Brenda Crowell, a freelance writer and crisis worker trainee from Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Yogesh Raut, a blogger, podcaster, and freelance writer originally from Springfield, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $75,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
This nearby galaxy bearing the name of a mythological princess is often visible to the naked eye
    $200 19
Push a diamond button on an egg named for this appropriate holiday & a Vacheron Constantin clock is revealed
    $200 23
"Are You There God? It's Me",
    $200 20
A widely known person; you may find it in the title of a primetime TV show like, say, I don't know, preceding the word "Jeopardy!"
    $200 28
Starting in 1883 this name went with Gamble on Ivory soap labels
    $200 25
Winning a Golden Globe for this 2006 film role, Sacha Baron Cohen said, "Thank you to every American who has not sued me so far"
    $400 29
One look at M64 & you'll see why it's called this galaxy, like a shiner after a punch in the face
    $400 18
1897's Coronation Egg, with gold, diamonds, an emerald & a replica of a travel carriage, was a gift from Nicholas II to this woman
    $400 11
"The Spy Who Came in from the"
    $400 21
As a noun, it can be buried, hoarded wealth; as a verb, it's to cherish something, like a memory
    $400 27
Since the 1950s this family status has gone before apple pie to signify the traditional American values
    $400 26
Kristin Chenoweth's 2009 Emmy thank you included a plea for a role on "The Office", as this had already happened to "Pushing Daisies"
    $600 17
There are "only" about a billion stars in our closest neighbor galaxy, a dwarf galaxy in this big dog of a constellation
    $600 16
Made in 1885, the egg seen here has a yolk that held this 3-letter creature with its own ruby pendant egg
    $600 3
"The Summer I Turned"
"Little Liars"
    $600 22
Great renown, it also follows "vain" in a word describing excessive pride
    $600 24
This kind of sauce or dressing has gone with Buffalo wings dating back to their 1964 origin story
    $600 13
After winning an Oscar for this title role, Julia Roberts didn't leave anyone out & thanked "everyone I've ever met in my life"
    $800 5
Astronomers use "S" to designate this type of galaxy with arms wrapping around a circular nucleus
    $800 9
The Blue Serpent Clock Egg of 1895, with the snake's tongue indicating the hour, is owned by this ruler of Monaco
    $800 2
"The Last Thing He Told"
"Talk Pretty One Day"
    $800 1
An enthusiastic expression of approval, this 7-letter word is a synonym of "fame" & rhymes with it
    $800 8
In the world of nutritional supplements, G&T isn't a refreshing cocktail but this plant & turmeric, its relative
    $800 14
Winning as the queen for "The Favourite", she said, "If... I forget anybody, I'm gonna find you later & I'm gonna give you all a massive snog"
    $1000 6
These 2 "clouds" are satellite galaxies of the Milky Way
    $1000 7
A nephew of this inventor commissioned 1914's Ice Egg, diamond-set platinum with a rock crystal watch added; isn't that dynamite?
    $1000 4
    DD: $3,200 10
Tony Bennett sang this storied phrase meaning to go from poverty to wealth
    $1000 12
In "Grease" & Billy Joel's "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant", this outerwear goes with blue jeans
    $1000 15
Merritt Wever's Emmy speech for this Edie Falco medical show: "Thanks so much. Um, thank you so much! Um, I gotta go. Bye"

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

Yogesh Brenda Michael
$2,400 -$1,800 $9,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Yogesh Brenda Michael
$4,200 -$600 $10,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
In Paris, at 91, this civil engineer famous for his tower
    $400 28
If you have plenty of freedom, you've been given wide this term from mapmaking
    $400 29
This invisible line marks the boundary between opposing football teams at the start of a play
    $400 30
The era's 2nd-most famous religious posting, Zwingli's 67 Articles of 1523 launched the Swiss this movement
    $400 27
Halfway between Harvard & M.I.T., Central Square is the traditional downtown of this Boston-area city
    $400 19
That's Natalie Portman in the video for "Dance Tonight" from this ex-Beatle's album "Memory Almost Full"
    $800 22
This famous French mime
    $800 21
It's the feature that populates online forms with your birthdate, phone number etc. when you put in your name
    $800 24
Named for a 19th century British diplomat, the 1,640-mile Durand Line is today the border between these two nations
    $800 25
The May 4th movement began with 1919 protests in Beijing against decisions of this peace conference 5,000 miles away
    $800 26
Here are some full houses, the Victorian Painted Ladies off Alamo Square Park in this city
    $800 18
In "Country Girl (Shake It For Me)" Luke Bryan rhymes, "Spin me around this big ole" building, "Tangle me up like grandma's yarn"
    $1200 13
Real name Hiram, this country music legend in Alabama
    $1200 1
Put an "S" in front of a 3-pronged spear to get this word meaning annoyingly assertive
    $1200 23
Clive Anderson hosted the U.K. version of this comedy improv TV series
    DD: $5,000 15
The first of several of these movements took 38 Black individuals from the U.S. to Sierra Leone in 1815
    DD: $5,000 17
Rittenhouse Square in this city is named for David Rittenhouse, made the 1st director of the U.S. Mint by Washington in 1792
    $1200 3
"Just Dance" was the debut single by her, born Stefani Germanotta
    $1600 4
This heavyweight boxing champ from 1952 to 1956
    $1600 14
A "parental advisory" label created for records in the 1980s warns of this type of lyrics
    $1600 6
With this kind of authority, a chief executive can nullify parts of legislation without rejecting a whole bill
    $1600 7
The movement for this 2-word autonomy of Ireland within the British Empire was strong from about 1870 to 1920
    $1600 10
Here's this president on his high horse in the New Orleans square named for him in 1851
    $1600 2
In 2001 she released a song called "Dance with Me"; in 2019, she gave the same order in "Baila Conmigo"
    $2000 5
This "Divine" French actress in March
    $2000 16
You may think of data as words & numbers, but digital images are also data & this term can mean information about an image
    $2000 8
A ship's course touching all meridians at the same angle is this line that sounds like sailors' favorite liquor
    $2000 9
A year before the Arab Spring came the Green Movement which protested for democracy in this city's Azadi Square, but was suppressed
    $2000 11
NYC's Union Square Park was redesigned in 1872 by Calvert Vaux & this man; the 2 also did some large park work further uptown
    $2000 12
In 2011, she released an album of remixes titled "I Am the Dance Commander + I Command You to Dance"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Yogesh Brenda Michael
$19,000 -$600 $21,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this author dead since 2013 now appears on books written by a former U.S. marshal & a former Apache helicopter pilot

Final scores:

Yogesh Brenda Michael
$21,201 -$600 $4,399
3-day champion: $96,403 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Yogesh Brenda Michael
$19,000 -$600 $20,200
25 R,
4 W
4 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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Game tape date: 2022-11-15
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