Show #8786 - Monday, January 16, 2023

Contestants

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Katie Palumbo, a museum interpreter from Amawalk, New York

Jimmy Davoren, a teacher from Coronado, California

Yogesh Raut, a blogger, podcaster, and freelance writer originally from Springfield, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $96,403)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE COLORS OF SCIENCE
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMS
CIRCLES, SQUARES & DODECAHEDRONS
CLICHÉS REPHRASE
PURE BREAD
DOG TALES
    $200 25
In physics, this type of "body" is a surface that absorbs all the radiation that falls on it
    $200 27
This National League team shares its name with a mountain range
    $200 30
You'll find the National Museum of China on the east side of this square
    $200 28
Sodium chloride of our planet
    $200 29
This word refers to both a type of bread & the starter used to make it, which is mostly flour & water
    $200 23
This Lab was the first part of the title; John Grogan was "& Me", experiencing "Life & Love with the World's Worst Dog"
    $400 24
Untreated wastewater from domestic uses like showers & sinks (but not toilets) is classed as this
    $400 26
The roster of this MLB team includes Mookie Betts & Freddie Freeman
    $400 22
The damage caused by a barbarian's weapon can be determined by a roll of a dodecahedron in this game created in 1974
    $400 11
An ambulatory Britannica
    $400 3
Rock on--dark & light rye bread rolled together is deemed this
    $400 16
If you're gonna write only one kids' book, make it count like Eric Knight did in 1940 with this collie "Come-Home"
    $600 15
It's the "I" in ROYGBIV, a mnemonic for the colors of the visible spectrum
    $600 21
In 2022 this team gave 73-year-old Dusty Baker his 1st championship as a manager; he's the oldest skipper to win a World Series
    $600 20
It's the equation for the circumference of a circle
    $600 9
Chef's or nicoise Monday & Saturday
    $600 2
Despite the "C" at the front of the name of this puffy Jewish bread sometimes being silent, its name sounds quite loud
    $600 4
In a story set in the 19th century, a mad wolf with rabies is the last fight this faithful title canine has, & now I'm crying
    $800 14
Fossilized plants & insects are often found in specimens of this colorfully named resin
    $800 8
The Swinging Friar is the official mascot of this team
    $800 7
For this move, also a leisurely walk, square dancers join hands & walk counterclockwise until they reach the home position
    $800 10
Unhappy Michigan or Utah & their illicit romances
    $800 19
This palindromic bread is all the rage when served with vindaloo or tikka masala
    $800 5
This "colorful" title wolfdog bounded to life in a 1906 Jack London novel
    DD: $3,200 17
It's a disease that afflicts cereal grasses, or a diminutive name for a star like the Sun
    $1000 13
Jim Palmer pitched his No. 22 into immortality with this team
    $1000 1
Found at 66 1/2 degrees south latitude, it's one of the 5 major geographic circles of the Earth
    $1000 12
A preeminent science journal hates a Dyson or a Hoover
    $1000 18
Where do we lay our scene? Why, in fair Verona, where this bread named for a slipper may have been born
    $1000 6
John Steinbeck went "In Search of America" during his "Travels with" this French poodle

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

Yogesh Jimmy Katie
$2,800 $2,800 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Yogesh Jimmy Katie
$9,200 $3,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SMALL TOWN AMERICA & CANADA
ROYAL HISTORY
TATTOOS
LETTERS OF THE LAW
THE SINGER WHO PLAYED...
SHORT A
    $400 25
The claim to fame of Viking, Alberta is it grew the six Sutter brothers who combined to play almost 5,000 games in this league
    $400 26
In 1685 this French king revoked the Edict of Nantes, banned Protestant worship & forced kids to be baptized as Catholic
    $400 27
Many Polynesian tattoos use triangles to represent niho mano, the teeth of this predator
    $400 28
H:
Evidence presented by a witness who came by it secondhand
    $400 29
The voice of Nala in the 2019 remake of "The Lion King"
    $400 30
This first name of actress Kendrick has a short "A", unlike the princess of Arendelle
    $800 24
Seymour in this state was the place John Mellencamp was talking about when he sang, "I was born in a small town"
    $800 23
Sultan Mehmed V, seen here, was ruling this empire in 1914, but time would soon be running out for both
    $800 14
Far from keeping them secret, in the 1930s many Americans got tattoos of these recently issued identifiers
    $800 22
M:
The unlawful killing of another person without malice or premeditation
    $800 21
Sean Parker in "The Social Network"
    $800 13
The British pronounce this word with a flat first "A" & fusilli seems to be their favorite type
    $1200 15
Sometimes not much changes in a town; Randall Wise was mayor of Niceville in this northwestern slab of Florida for 49 years
    $1200 8
Mary, Queen of Scots was the mother of King James I, the first king of England from this dynastic family
    $1200 5
Groucho Marx sang about "Lydia the" this circus performer; Maud Wagner was a real-life one
    DD: $8,000 20
N:
Failure to exercise care towards others that a reasonable person would do in similar circumstances
    $1200 9
Eddie the biker in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
    $1200 12
This state whose residents insist on the flat "A" once considered the name Washoe, which has its own pronunciation issues
    $1600 16
For more than 150 years, traditional festivities have come to Antigonish in this province for the annual Highland Games
    $1600 7
Under the Kalmar Union, these 3 Scandinavian countries were under the rule of a single monarch from 1397 to 1523
    $1600 1
Once banned, kakiniit are traditional tattoos of the women of this group of northern North America
    $1600 19
S:
To segregate or separate a jury or witness during a trial
    $1600 3
Cinna in "The Hunger Games" movies
    $1600 11
Unless you've been indulging with him, this wine god takes a short "A" in his name
    DD: $5,000 17
This British Columbia town grew up around a mountain that's been home to Olympians & ski bums; the sound made by local marmots led to the name
    $2000 6
The establishment of the Romanov Dynasty in 1613 ended the Russian "Time of" these, a period of political & social crisis
    $2000 4
Centenarian Whang-od Oggay is a renowned tattoo artist of the Kalinga people of this largest Philippine island
    $2000 18
T:
A civil wrong causing injury for which a remedy may be obtained
    $2000 2
The dashing Jack Chambers in "Don't Worry Darling"
    $2000 10
This medication for when you're queasy has a short "A", though it starts with a word that often doesn't

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Yogesh Jimmy Katie
$23,800 $11,400 $25,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS MILESTONES
These were first sold in 1908, at a price equivalent to about $27,000 today

Final scores:

Yogesh Jimmy Katie
$22,801 $0 $23,100
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Yogesh Jimmy Katie
$18,600 $11,400 $18,800
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
3 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $48,800

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Game tape date: 2022-11-16
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