Show #8791 - Monday, January 23, 2023

Troy Meyer game 3.


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Anne Faircloth, a farmer from Clinton, North Carolina

Duncan Bowling, an ICU nurse manager from Washington, D.C.

Troy Meyer, a music executive from Tampa, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $62,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll name the film that won Best Picture.)
    $200 15
This Arizona city might've been named for Stonewall Jackson, but residents decided that was for the mythical birds
    $200 28
Tom Hanks
+ a feather
x history
    $200 5
The WHO's essential medicines list has 3 non-opioids for pain: acetaminophen, ibuprofen & this medicine cabinet veteran
    $200 17
A straight man, like Gromit to Wallace
    $200 19
Alexander Alekhine was said to have resigned a game not by tipping this piece over but by hurling it across the room
    $200 21
After a meal of legumes with friends it might be best to strategically position yourself alee, meaning away from this
    $400 18
When it was founded in the 1600s, New York City was known by this 2-word name, reflecting its early colonial heritage
    $400 27
Jean Dujardin
+ Bérénice Bejo
- audible conversations
    $400 6
If restless, these body parts get their own syndrome affecting 3 million Americans yearly & the doctor may prescribe gabapentin
    $400 29
Seen here, this piece of furniture can be useful in the dining room
    $400 20
Alexandru Crisan was stripped of the coveted title international this after allegations he'd attained it by fixing games
    $400 22
After a lovely meal, time for drinks on this place where the controls are; the captain calls it the cockpit
    DD: $3,200 8
This Moroccan port city was built over a villa named Anfa, but that wouldn't have looked as good on a movie marquee
    $600 26
Dustin Hoffman
+ Meryl Streep
÷ divorce
    $600 7
This vitamin may be prescribed in the form of medications such as Replesta for rickets or osteomalacia
    $600 30
This American desert snake is a horned variety of rattlesnake
    $600 12
In 2008 Ukrainian star Vassily Ivanchuk stormed out of a Chess Olympiad rather than submit to one of these tests
    $600 23
To slow things down after dinner, find this type of place to stop the boat, also the name of a big Alaskan city
    $800 1
Residents of this University of Oregon city are probably happy it didn't stick with Skinner's Mudhole
    $800 4
Matt Dillon
+ Thandiwe Newton
+ Los Angeles
÷ bigotry
    $800 14
Types of drugs used in this approach to treatment include alkylating agents (mess with cell DNA) & mitotic inhibitors (stop cell division)
    $800 3
Heavy skirts & modesty were 2 factors in the use of this piece of equestrian gear
    $800 9
It took a phone call from Henry Kissinger & a doubling of the prize fund to get this tempestuous American to play his Soviet foe in 1972
    $800 24
Everyone had a cocktail with dinner, so while up top on deck, it's a good idea to wear one of these, PFD for short
    $1000 2
An Irish town once home to a famed medieval book has been known as both Ceanannus Mór & this
    $1000 16
Claudette Colbert
+ Clark Gable
- an undershirt
    $1000 13
Levodopa, which is converted to dopamine in the brain, is the most effective drug for this motor control disease
    $1000 11
In 1957 athlete & future actor Bruce Dern left the Penn track team rather than shave these
    $1000 10
His name signifies "newcomer", & this relative newcomer sparked accusations of cheating after a 2022 upset of champ Magnus Carlsen
    $1000 25
Once a word for a sailing boat off India's coast, this little vessel will shuttle you to shore after breakfast

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

Troy Duncan Anne
$9,200 $3,200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Troy Duncan Anne
$13,600 $5,200 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
The part of Kashmir administered by Pakistan includes base camp for this second-highest mountain peak in the world
    $400 1
The title of this 1950 children's fantasy book concerns an animal, a person & a piece of furniture
    $400 2
In Spanish, this cocktail is literally "strained pineapple"
    $400 28
of Thrones
    $400 30
Used as a Jewish greeting, it's the Hebrew word for "peace"
    $400 26
On June 12, 1962 folks at this island prison discovered John & Clarence Anglin & Frank Morris had checked out unexpectedly
    $800 23
Elected Pakistan's prime minister in 2018, Imran Khan was previously best known as a star player of this sport
    $800 6
Set in Appalachia, Barbara Kingsolver's "Demon Copperhead" is a retelling of this Dickens novel
    $800 3
Grenadine syrup gives the color to this feminine gin & egg white cocktail
    $800 29
Win Ben Stein's
    $800 24
A grape variety shares its name with this word meaning in peace & harmony
    $800 27
The "Lost Colony" on this island was actually the 2nd colony to try to make a go of it--the 1st went back to England in 1586
    $1200 8
Associated with Iran, this title was used by rulers of Afghanistan until the monarchy fell in 1973; the last one is seen here
    $1200 11
This James Patterson cop was back on the bestselling beat but on the wrong side of a murder trial in "The People vs." him
    $1200 4
This type of dark brown British beer is said to have gotten its name from the luggage carriers who drank it
    $1200 17
    DD: $5,000 18
From a Latin word meaning "to come to a stop", it's an agreement to stop fighting & was in the original name of Veterans Day
    DD: $5,000 19
A shelter possibly built by this alliterative capt. was found in the 1630s but he was never seen again after a 1611 mutiny
    $1600 7
In 2022 the new Taliban regime banned growing these flowers that sustain many Afghan farmers, but 2022 was a bumper crop
    $1600 10
In 1962, one month after publishing a novel about a trip from Mississippi to Memphis, he was dead of a heart attack
    $1600 13
Bourbon fans go crazy for the sought-after whiskey named not for Rip but for Julian, better known by this fatherly nickname
    $1600 15
Like Me
    $1600 20
San Marino is known as the most this republic, a word meaning "calm" or "peaceful"
    $1600 21
In 1913 Ambrose Bierce went to this nation during a revolution but soon disappeared; some say Bierce fell at the Siege of Ojinaga
    $2000 5
The 2,000-mile Indus River flows from the Himalayas through Pakistan and pours into this sea, a water flow twice that of the Nile
    $2000 9
This author innovated stream of consciousness when she penned "Jacob's Room" in 1922
    $2000 14
Both Peru & Chile claim this tart 2-word cocktail & bicker over its provenance
    $2000 16
JoJo's Bizarre
    $2000 12
It's Latin for the period of tranquility that lasted from the reigns of Augustus to Marcus Aurelius
    $2000 22
On Nov. 24, 1971 this hijacker bought a $20 ticket on Northwest Orient flight 305 but after parachuting out, was never seen again

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Troy Duncan Anne
$32,000 $13,600 $0
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

At the winter solstice, the Sun is in Sagittarius; it once appeared in this constellation, giving a geographic feature its name

Final scores:

Troy Duncan Anne
$35,000 $16,100 $0
3-day champion: $97,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Troy Duncan Anne
$29,400 $14,800 $0
34 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $44,200

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Game tape date: 2022-12-06
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