Show #8787 - Tuesday, January 17, 2023


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Stephanie Pakula, an aerospace engineer from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Vince Bacani, a risk manager from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Katie Palumbo, a museum interpreter from Amawalk, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: Remember that heady time?)
    $200 30
...Atlanta honor this leader by visiting his national historical park & touring the home where he was born in 1929
    $200 23
For centuries, the most widely used type of this used for drawings was made from growths on oak trees called gall nuts
    $200 10
The outer covering of a hair shaft is called this, like the area at the base of a fingernail
    $200 20
DNA + prehistoric beasts = a billion box office dollars
    $200 6
These critters are sometimes derisively called trash pandas
    $200 29
A N.Y. Times headline on Sept. 6, the day Truss became PM, read this nation's "nuclear plant... off line after shelling kindles blaze"
    $400 24
...this L.A.-area city bask in the fact that says the median listing home price is $1,400 per square foot
    $400 22
William Merritt Chase whose 1880s art is seen here, has been called the first major one of these working in the United States
    $400 9
Many shampoos target this annoyance, a form of dermatitis in which a yeast causes your scalp to shed bits of skin
    $400 19
Amity Island has a very, very big tourism problem
    $400 5
"Trial" item metaphorically floated to gauge public reaction
    $400 28
This honorable Yankee set an American League record with his 62nd home run of the season on Oct. 4
    $600 15
...this UAE city may well be from the Philippines or know people who are; Filipinos make up 450,000 of its 3 million people
    $600 13
Clinton, Massachusetts is home to the museum of Russian these, holy images in the tradition of the Orthodox Church
    $600 7
Tiny muscles called arrector pili in our follicles make our hair literally do this, as a ghost in Shakespeare promises to do
    $600 1
Soldier Matt Damon needs rescuing; wait, Vin Diesel's in the film, too?!
    $600 2
As a verb it can mean to turn out well or to come next in a series
    $600 27
Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest with her husband, parents & sister in St. George's Chapel in this castle
    DD: $1,200 16
...New York enjoy this 1,046-foot Art Deco skyscraper designed by William Van Alen & built between 1928 & 1930
    $800 14
19th century artist William West dramatized the book of Exodus in these people "Passing Through the Wilderness"
    $800 8
Hair is mostly keratin, which like collagen & elastin is classified as a structural one of these
    $800 11
Making Whoopi age several decades
    $800 3
Types of these in the Senate include Budget & Judiciary
    $800 26
Near the end of September, winds of this hurricane hit 155 mph, driving a storm surge toward Fort Myers, Florida
    $1000 21
...Salt Lake City respectfully visit this landmark completed in 1867, home to its famous organ & choir
    $1000 17
Using this -ism that sounds like a magician's skill, Andrea Mantegna painted a ceiling fresco that seems to be open to the sky
    $1000 18
From the Greek for "fox", it's a medical term for hair loss
    $1000 12
Young cinema lover Sammy represents cinema lover Steven Spielberg
    $1000 4
Anglers know parts of it include the barb, the eye & the bend
    $1000 25
Holy smokes! This company agreed to fork over $438.5 million to settle a multistate youth vaping inquiry

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

Katie Vince Stephanie
$1,200 $3,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Vince Stephanie
$6,200 $7,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 27
Moving several years into the future, he gave us "2010: Odyssey Two"
    $400 1
A glass container, or to shock
    $400 28
The Spanish diminutive for "meat" gives us the name of these roasted or braised chunks of pork
    $400 26
In 2022 Lee Jung-jae made Emmy history winning as Lead Actor for a non-English show, this Korean one
    $400 13
Is that a Titleist? "Marine biologist" George Costanza helped a whale breathe by pulling a golf ball out of this aperture
    $800 23
Having time to draw a cross of his own blood on the ground, Francisco Pizarro was killed in this city in 1541
    $800 17
A group of Chinese women in San Francisco meet to play mah-jongg & talk in this Amy Tan bestseller
    $800 25
The tiny round pasta called acini di pepe is a foundation of this celebratory soup, minestra maritata in Italian
    $800 20
Jean Stapleton won 3 Emmys for playing Edith Bunker, Archie's wife on this '70s sitcom
    $800 2
Stars held together by gravity form a star this; the closest to Earth is Hyades, the face of the constellation Taurus
    $1200 22
This gruesome weapon named for its smell that some called more like garlic was used in World War I, skirting an 1899 international treaty
    $1200 3
After dishing the dirt on "Hollywood Wives", she took on "Hollywood Husbands"
    $1200 16
To steal, or the person who might arrest you
    $1200 11
This 4-letter tea drink made with tapioca pearls was created in 1980s Taiwan
    $1200 14
Seen here, she won her first Emmy for playing Tanya on "The White Lotus"
    $1200 4
This "fictitious force" only exists within a frame of reference, such as discus throwing
    $1600 21
In what's known as the South Sea this of 1720, stock in a British company skyrocketed, then crashed, "bursting" investors' hopes
    $1600 7
This bestseller from Dr. Seuss was billed as "a book for obsolete children"
    DD: $5,000 18
A body of water, or a deep, drawn-out howl
    $1600 10
Invented by German scientist Justus von Liebig from brewer's yeast, this spread big in the U.K. is an acquired taste & 100% vegetarian
    $1600 8
This series about a New York doctor in Cicely, Alaska beat out "L.A. Law", among others, to win Best Drama Series at the 1992 Emmys
    $1600 5
You'll get an "A", but won't give one by naming this computer programming language with a name 3 characters long
    DD: $6,000 24
He reunited the Eastern & Western Roman Empires in 324 A.D., & the new capital soon bore his name
    $2000 15
He made "Contact" with his bestselling novel about Dr. Ellie Arroway, an astronomer trying to reach out to aliens
    $2000 19
It can be a big barrier, or the female parent equivalent of sire
    $2000 12
The Punjab region gives us this blended yogurt drink traditionally served in a clay cup called a kulhar
    $2000 9
Claire Danes has won for her role on "Homeland" & for her portrayal of this animal behaviorist & autism activist
    $2000 6
A spiraling football is an example of an object displaying the angular type of this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Vince Stephanie
$7,400 $14,000 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MIMAL, sometimes said to be the silhouette of a chef or elf, stands for Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, these 2 states

Final scores:

Katie Vince Stephanie
$2,400 $13,000 $101
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $13,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Katie Vince Stephanie
$13,000 $19,000 $1,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2022-11-16
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