Show #8789 - Thursday, January 19, 2023

Troy Meyer game 1.


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Hillary Kotler, a childcare professional from Columbia, Maryland

Troy Meyer, a music executive from Tampa, Florida

Erin Portman, a high school English teacher from Naperville, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
As a patrician, you could not do this with a plebeian until 445 B.C.'s Lex Canuleia
    $200 19
Jainism views time as one of these, with 12 spokes corresponding to eras
    $200 21
Samuel Jackson, walkin' the Earth
    $200 22
A gut feeling regarding one's child is commonly referred to as maternal instinct or "mother's" this
    $200 24 offers courses in the "linear" type of this, including topics like vectors & matrix transformations
    $200 26
Scout's honor--bowline & clove hitch are 2 types of these
    $400 17
You could go to the July 23 festival of this sea god & hit his temple in the Circus Flaminius
    $400 20
The Piraha people of the Amazon have limited conjugation of verbs, which as a result lack these time-indicating properties
    $400 15
The versatile Sterling Brown
    $400 4
Place where you'd hear the following
    $400 13
"The Chicago Manual of Style" is online to help you format footnotes & these, from the Greek for "book writing"
    $400 30
Each December the Apollo Theater holds a holiday classic contest for this type of jump roping
    $600 9
Guess you couldn't be a gladiator judge if you were one of the Roman men who cut this off to avoid military service
    $600 10
"Time is a measure of motion and of being moved", said this student of Plato
    $600 5
Edward Robinson, ya mugs
    $600 1
Some people just refer to it as a green onion
    $600 14
This job-finding & networking website, "the world's largest professional network", provides new skills via its learning section
    $600 29
Mountain climbing ropes are often made of this synthetic material invented by DuPont in the 1930s
    $800 6
The first stop when you went to these was the apodyterium & if you were rich enough, you brought a slave to watch your clothes
    $800 11
In "The Tempest", Antonio says, "What's past is" this, also a word meaning preface
    $800 7
Mr. Angela Bassett, Courtney Vance
    $800 2
This type of therapy may help those suffering from back pain & even kidney stones
    $800 25
This author's MasterClass sessions offer a case study of his novel "The Graveyard Book"
    $800 28
One of the 6 simple machines, it can use downward force on the rope, not a spinning crank, to hoist a load
    $1000 18
On Sept. 2, 44 B.C. you could take in the first of his 14 Philippic orations; he sure did love to orate, until it got him executed
    $1000 12
This word follows "space-time" to describe the 4-dimensional universe suggested by relativity theory
    $1000 8
Daniel Travanti, singin' the "Hill Street Blues"
    DD: $1,400 3
Zymology is the scientific study of this process, as in winemaking
    $1000 23
Want to learn French? Maybe try this, named for a rock found in Egypt in 1799
    $1000 27
These strong ropes seen here give support to the mast; it's also an old word for another supporter--a corset

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

Erin Troy Hillary
$3,200 $4,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Troy Hillary
$6,800 $6,600 -$800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
The "Twilight" saga
    $400 4
Helena is the seat of Lewis & Clark County as well as the capital of this state
    $400 28
Les epinards is French for this vegetable
    $400 13
This aviation pioneer outlived his brother Wilbur by more than 35 years
    $400 11
John's "How Do You Sleep?" told us "The only thing you done was" this song where Paul's troubles seemed so far away
    $400 21
You may recall it's the "M" in ROM, as in CD-ROM
    $800 29
The first 5 books of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
    $800 27
This Iowa capital began as a fort in 1843 & the Women's Army Corps began there a century later
    $800 24
Spruce up a salad with slices of the watermelon type of this
    DD: $4,800 20
"Good Brother, Bad Brother" is a dual biography of this assassin & his actor/brother Edwin
    $800 1
"See how they fly like Lucy in the sky, see how they run" in this song, goo goo g'joob
    $800 22
This weapon that delivers an electric shock is an acronym made from the name of fictional character Tom Swift
    $1200 14
The "Fifty Shades" trilogy
    $1200 26
This city of 200,000 stands near where the Coosa & Tallapoosa Rivers merge to form the Alabama River
    $1200 19
Not surprisingly, Georgia's state vegetable is this sweet yellow onion that first took root in Georgia some 90 years ago
    $1200 10
The daughter of Boston Mayor John "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald, she became the matriarch of a political dynasty
    $1200 2
"There's nothing you can know that isn't known", like adding "She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah" to the end of this song
    $1200 23
When setting goals, be SMART--the S stands for this, so not vague & general
    $1600 8
The Southern Vampire Mysteries, featuring Sookie Stackhouse
    $1600 25
The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center serves residents of this capital that hosted the 1st Whig Party convention in 1839
    $1600 17
This variety of squash seen here has a body part in its name
    $1600 6
Last name of the first prime minister of India; a child & grandchild also held the job
    $1600 3
"Glass Onion" begins, "I told you about" this title spot, "you know the place where nothing is real"
    $1600 15
NAIRU is the lowest possible rate of this in an economy before it starts to lead to inflation
    $2000 9
The "Outlander" series
    DD: $7,000 5
The Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce is found in this New England state capital
    $2000 18
These root veggies that look like creamy white carrots are in the same family & are often roasted or boiled & mashed
    $2000 7
Following their birth in 1934, these Canadian quintuplets became a media sensation
    $2000 12
"I'm The Greatest" had Ringo sing, "Yes, my name is" him, "the one and only" singer in Sgt. Pepper's band
    $2000 16
Pronounced like a word for a small boat, it's a room where intelligence material can be read without a security risk

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Troy Hillary
$13,600 $27,600 $11,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Like Sir Thomas More, 3 16th century English queens are buried at this location

Final scores:

Erin Troy Hillary
$27,199 $27,600 $1,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $27,600 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Erin Troy Hillary
$13,200 $22,600 $7,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $43,000

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Game tape date: 2022-11-16
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