Show #8809 - Thursday, February 16, 2023

Stephen Webb game 2.


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Brad Weinstock, an actor from Hoboken, New Jersey

Ali Miller, a product manager from San Francisco, California

Stephen Webb, a data scientist from Longmont, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $38,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: "C" being the first letter of the term, that is.)
    $200 26
Quality geometry; they still stand today; get the points
    $200 24
It follows "RAV" & precedes "Runner" in the names of Toyota models
    $200 6
Last name of cousins Amy & Chuck, famous in different fields
    $200 30 a title for a Russian hereditary ruler
    $200 12
He laid down his first law of motion by finding an object's momentum is constant unless an outside force acts on the object
    $200 13
The name of this galaxy, & we do mean this galaxy, comes from the classical Latin via lactea
    $400 23
A harbor guy; it took 12 years to build; kind of a Statue of Liberty vibe
    $400 22
It makes models called A4, A5, A6, A7... I'm seeing a pattern here
    $400 4
It's not surprising that Rashida Jones has musical talents as her dad is this legend in the industry
    $400 29 a goat-bodied, flame-spewing monster of Greek myth
    $400 10
In a 1954 test, physician John Stapp dealt with 46.2 of these forces; for an instant, his 170-lb. body weighed 7,700
    $400 19
Roads can be all kinds of ways; a scenic one in Utah has the alliterative name Patchwork this, after quilts the pioneers used
    $600 16
Halicarnassus, yes! A tomb with a view; built by the ruler's sister & widow (the same person... yipes)
    $600 17
The 2005 Chevy Corvette C6 introduced a new GM engine with a capacity of 6.0 of these metric units
    $600 2
7th cousins, once removed--that's how Richard Nixon & this slightly cooler "Rebel Without a Cause" were related
    $600 28 the Roman numeral for 400
    DD: $1,800 9
2 of nature's 4 fundamental forces are these 2 whose names are antonyms, one binding quarks & one leading to radioactive decay
    $600 14
The kings of Queens, this team plays its home games at 41 Seaver Way in Flushing
    $800 11
Euphrates-irrigated; the turn of the Archimedes screw?; tend to them now
    $800 20
This company has made 7 generations of its 3 series, including the 330i sedan
    $800 3
This veteran actor co-starred in "The Devil Wears Prada" with Emily Blunt, who has since become his sister-in-law
    $800 27 the 8-letter "arts" relating to cooking or the kitchen
    $800 7
It's the measure of a force that makes an object rotate about an axis, & also a big selling point for heavy-duty trucks
    $800 18
We "doubt" you'd forget that in John 14, Jesus says to him, "I am the way"
    $1000 1
Ephesus! (Bless you!); temple of the goddess; went Goth in 262 & was never rebuilt
    $1000 21
Oldsmobile called a classic muscle car the 4-4-2 because it had a 4-barrel carburetor, 4-speed this, & 2 exhaust pipes
    $1000 5
"The Many Saints of Newark" starred him as a younger version of Tony Soprano, a role originated on TV by his dad, James
    $1000 25 the poison whose rapid, fatal effects can be countered with sodium nitrite
    $1000 8
Named for a French scientist, the force also called this effect makes winds blow clockwise around low pressure in the S. Hemisphere
    $1000 15
Yes sir! This Brit shared some secrets for success in his book "The Virgin Way: Everything I Know about Leadership"

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

Stephen Ali Brad
$4,600 $1,400 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ali Brad
$10,200 $1,800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
A movie bio subject, this general seen here had to repeat his freshman year at West Point due to bad grades
    $400 19
Y'all, Rusty Wallace wanted to go fast at Talladega in 2004 in this state, & sure did; "We hit 228 at the end of the straightaway"
    $400 23
Bigamy, murder & insanity show up in Mary Braddon's "Lady Audley's Secret", a huge bestseller in this proper 19th century era
    $400 29
JPs for short, they preside over misdemeanor cases & perform marriages
    $400 6
"The happiest, dopiest, grumpiest, sneeziest movie of the year"
    $400 24
Charles Dickens' friend Charles Frederick Field was one of Scotland Yard's 1st of these, named for their nonuniform garb
    $800 28
Colorful nickname of Manfred von Richthofen, credited with 80 victories over Allied aircraft between 1916 & 1918
    $800 20
Looking for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame? You'll find it on the shores of this lake
    $800 17
In Sue Grafton's alphabet mystery series, "G" is for this synonym of sleuth
    $800 9
One of the 2 present-day European countries where the title infanta is used for the daughter of the monarch
    DD: $5,000 5
"Midnight never strikes when you're in love"
    $800 4
Going to the fair, this nursery rhyme guy meets a purveyor of baked goods
    $1200 12
"Stormin' Norman", this commander of U.S. forces wanted to "destroy the Republican guard" in Desert Storm
    DD: $4,000 21
Check out Akershus Fortress, begun in 1299, & a major landmark in this world capital
    $1200 7
From the same year she completed her quartet about the undead, her novel "The Host" deals with aliens taking over human minds
    $1200 8
Bahadur Shah II was the last of the Muslim rulers of India that gave us this word in English that now means a tycoon
    $1200 3
"Merlin uses all his magic powers to change a scrawny boy into a legendary hero"
    $1200 16
As an acronym from around 1960, KISS stands for this instruction that includes an insult at no extra charge
    $1600 14
This general went from being called "Young Napoleon of the West" in 1861 to getting the sack from Lincoln the next year
    $1600 25
This largest island in Alaska covers nearly 3,600 square miles & yes, I'll have some of its abundant salmon, please
    $1600 11
A collaboration & romance with Jules Sandeau had something to do with Aurore Dudevant choosing this pen name
    $1600 15
The founder of the Hare Krishna movement was known by this 5-letter title for a Hindu teacher
    $1600 2
"When the arcade closes, the fun begins"
    $1600 27
In the 18th century an explorer applied this 2-word term to a vast area of North America that isn't as flat as the name makes it sound
    $2000 13
In a 1934 work, de Gaulle preferred a mobile army to this static defensive barrier set up vs. a German attack; Chuck was right
    $2000 22
This river rises in the Czech Republic but nearly 500 of its 724 miles flow through Germany to the North Sea
    $2000 26
This native of Jackson, Mississippi wrote the novel "Delta Wedding" about a southern plantation family
    $2000 10
This term for a medieval Scottish lord was the title Shakespeare's Macbeth held twice over before his act of regicide
    $2000 1
"They're taking adventure to new lengths"
    $2000 18
1888's these "from the Hills", Rudyard Kipling's first book of fiction, gives vivid portraits of life in British India

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ali Brad
$21,800 $2,200 $10,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2010 they introduced the 4-point shot, 35 feet from the basket

Final scores:

Stephen Ali Brad
$22,300 $2,200 $10,089
2-day champion: $60,701 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Ali Brad
$20,600 $2,200 $10,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
9 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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Game tape date: 2022-12-15
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