Show #8810 - Friday, February 17, 2023

Stephen Webb game 3.


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Will Travis, an accountant from Irving, Texas

Laura Donegan, a physician from Towson, Maryland

Stephen Webb, a data scientist from Longmont, Colorado (whose 2-day cash winnings total $60,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll name the league.)
(Ken: Each response will be two words--a shorter one and then a longer expanded one, for example "rug" and "rugged".)
    $200 22
Its preamble includes the "Chairman" who "in 1949, overthrew the rule of... bureaucratic capitalism"
    $200 28
A Fargo visitors center displays one of these machines, the Eager Beaver model in a Coen Brothers film
    $200 30
No surprise, the King Arthur brand of this put out an "All-Purpose Baking Cookbook"
    $200 12
Miles Davis was central to the musical movement known as "cool" this
    $200 1
Kawhi Leonard,
    $200 3
A Brit place with drinks 'n darts & to put out a newspaper
    $400 23
"On its land, Moses grew up, the light of God appeared, and the message descended on Mount Sinai"
    $400 27
The view of this Texas city around the Tower of the Americas might spur some memories
    $400 29
In 2020 Kelsey Lynch cooked up a book of recipes using popular products & ingredients from this store, TJ's for short
    $400 11
With flavors like Cool Ranch, it's no surprise this chip brand has a cool stylized triangle on its bags
    $400 6
Sue Bird,
    $400 20
To provide a ticket free of charge & at least moderately okay at a job
    $600 24
About its flag:
"Occupying one third of the white stripe is a green cedar tree with its top touching the upper red stripe"
    $600 13
A cliff-dwelling national monument named for this people can be found near Tonalea, Arizona
    $600 21
Fan favorites including pesto egg toast & ramen lasagna are featured in "As Cooked on" this social media platform
    $600 7
In the Holocene Epoch, we've had a "medieval cool period" from 1250 to 1500 & a "little" one of these just after
    $600 2
Lynn Swann,
    $600 8
A devotee of a sports franchise & a dream of an unlikely situation that you hope will come true
    $800 25
"The capital of" this country "shall be Sarajevo" & judges have to retire at age 70
    $800 14
The address for the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville is One this Base, 240,000 miles from another base of that name
    $800 16
In her "Cravings" cookbooks, she shares anecdotes along with some of her & John Legend's favorite recipes
    $800 9
Riff in this Broadway musical suggests that despite the rocket you may have in your pocket, "Keep coolly cool, boy"
    $800 5
Landon Donovan,
    $800 19
An object used by an actor during a performance & a verb meaning to grow "the species" by breeding
    $1000 26
Its territories "shall comprise... the provinces of Balochistan, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa..."
    DD: $1,000 15
While in this city, belly up to the bar at the saloon called The Horse You Came In On, which has a seat designated "Poe's Last Stop"
    $1000 17
Still around today, her original 1896 Boston Cooking School Cookbook contained at least 2 recipes calling for a calf's head
    $1000 10
Who knew gangsters could thrive in Hollywood? "Be Cool" was this novelist's follow-up to "Get Shorty"
    $1000 4
Bobby Thomson,
    $1000 18
Enraged & a kind of vocal piece that was imported to England from Italy

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

Stephen Laura Will
$1,400 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Laura Will
$4,000 $2,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Head of this agency from 1973 to 1977, Russell Train wrote "Politics, Pollution, and Pandas"
    $400 2
A Greek hero got a cool new ride, using Athena's golden bridle to tame this equine
    $400 6
Franz von Soxhlet first suggested that milk for sale undergo this process named for another scientist
    $400 30
In "Blonde" Adrien Brody plays this man who wrote the screenplay for "The Misfits", his wife's final film
    $400 15
The university of this Argentine city has an enrollment of more than 300,000
    $400 26
Her grandmother is consumed by a wolf, who tries to eat her
    $800 18
"Known and Unknown" is by Donald Rumsfeld, who served Gerald Ford & George W. Bush in this job
    $800 14
"I" spy this goddess who "re-pieced" her hacked-up husband Osiris... now that's supporting your boo
    $800 5
An Ammeter, which seems like it should be called an amp meter, measures the flow of this
    $800 29
In 2004's "Finding Neverland", Johnny Depp played this playwright & creator of Neverland
    $800 22
A type of birdeater spider able to grow to a legspan of 12 inches across bears the name of this biblical guy
    $800 25
How did junior know grandpa was arrested? Maybe this idiom about what kids overhear
    $1200 19
"Man of the House" was a bestseller by Tip O'Neill, who held this post from 1977 to 1987
    DD: $6,000 12
Accidentally grazed by one of Cupid's arrows, Venus fell in love with this handsome youth
    DD: $6,400 4
Water boiling & turning into steam is an example of an isobaric process, meaning this remains constant
    $1200 28
Jim Broadbent & Allan Corduner play this theatrical pair in "Topsy-Turvy", at work on "The Mikado"
    $1200 8
Dubbed "The American Dream", the world's self-proclaimed longest car is a 26-wheeled, 100-foot limousine--naturally, this type
    $1200 23
Animation purists said, "The sky is falling" when this computer-animated film was released in 2005
    $1600 20
A bit of a maverick herself, in "Bad Republican" this political daughter writes of not fitting in
    $1600 11
Frigga got an oath from fire, water, iron, you name it, to not hurt her son, this Norse god of light, but things got hairy anyway
    $1600 1
The name of this brightest star in our night sky comes from a Greek word for "glowing"
    $1600 10
In a 1997 film Stephen Fry played this Irish poet & dramatist, while Jude Law played Lord Alfred Douglas
    $1600 7
The Waco Surf Park has one of these a mile long; it takes 45 minutes for one round float
    $1600 24
The star Polaris is at one end of it
    $2000 21
Trent Lott's memoir of his life in politics is aptly titled doing this, which might actually be easier with pets than with senators
    $2000 13
Fish were thrown into a fire on August 23 during a festival honoring this Roman god of fire
    $2000 3
Arthur McDonald won a physics Nobel for showing that these really tiny chargeless particles have mass
    $2000 27
In "Shakespeare in Love", Rupert Everett has an uncredited role as this contemporary of Shakespeare
    $2000 9
Bearing a name from Tingit, this spruce species of the Pacific Northwest can be 200 feet tall & 15 feet in diameter
    $2000 16
Playing a mean quarterstaff, he was an original member of the Merry Men

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Laura Will
$23,200 $4,800 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's named for a river indigenous people called Mi tse a-da-zi, translated by French-speaking trappers as "Pierre Jaune"

Final scores:

Stephen Laura Will
$19,930 $1 $9,601
3-day champion: $80,631 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Laura Will
$18,000 $4,800 $13,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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Game tape date: 2022-12-15
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