Show #8819 - Thursday, March 2, 2023

2023 High School Reunion Tournament quarterfinal game 9.


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Maggie Brown, a junior at the University of West Florida from Pensacola, Florida

Caleb Richmond, a sophomore at Georgetown University from Bedford, New Hampshire

Hannah Nekritz, a senior at Brandeis University from Stamford, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response is two words.)
    $200 30
This big-billed coastal native is featured on the flag of Louisiana
    $200 28
Inherited runners,
appeal play,
    $200 26
Psych 200:
Analyzing 1901's "The Psychopathology of Everyday Life" by this man; also, how your mom figures in to that, in some way
    $200 24
In 2023 this transport for millions of young students was celebrated on a new postage stamp
    $200 25
The U.S. had this kind of convention in 1787; the states later held hundreds, but the last full one was Rhode Island's of 1986
    $200 21
A tentative first outline of a document edits out a D to be a floating platform
    $400 29
Once a symbol of the Great Northern Wilderness, it's now happy in parks & municipal ponds
    $400 27
Best ball,
casual water,
closed face &--
the absolute worst--shank
    $400 16
History 400:
A dive into the 20 active years of this party, including 32 days of riding high during the William Henry Harrison presidency
    $400 23
About the size of a grain of rice, one of these embedded in your pet maximizes the chance of it being returned if lost
    $400 22
In the 1930s, Charles Evans Hughes resisted FDR's ultimately failed plan to pack this body
    $400 20
The software that signals a printer leaves the letter D behind & becomes a body of water
    $600 18
Also the name of a Marine Corps aircraft, this raptor is alternately known as a fish eagle
    $600 17
accidental butt,
cutman (for said accidental butt)
    $600 15
Business 600:
Devaluing your brand & still getting a $445 million payout--an examination of Adam Neumann & this office rental co.
    $600 9
Some people swear by ice facials to reduce the appearance of these natural holes in the skin
    DD: $5,018 14
Civil War generals issued a lot of general orders; this man's No. 9 of April 1865 sent the Army of Northern Virginia home
    $600 19
To rise to your feet kicks away a D to become a slang word taken from an Eminem song
    $800 12
This species of African wading birds seen here shares its name with a similar-looking shark
    $800 11
Penalty killing,
the five-hole,
"the biscuit" (that's what everyone's chasing)
    $800 7
Law 800:
Focusing on the 1735 court case of publisher John Peter Zenger, charged with this, & how freedom of the press won big
    $800 6
In mythology this twin sister of Apollo is a goddess of the hunt
    $800 3
A 1915 article says of this modern type of woman, "her hair, newly coiled... exposed... her neck"
    $800 8
Crushed up paper into a ball loses a D & means walked through water up to the knees
    $1000 4
This bird of the genus Actitis gets its name from running along seashores making short, high-pitched noises
    $1000 10
gag bit,
a lot of money
    $1000 2
French Lit 1000:
A look at the works of this writer, including Les Temps Modernes, a monthly review she founded with Sartre in 1945
    $1000 5
The national park of this U.S. territory is located on 3 separate islands: Tutuila, Ofu & Ta'u
    $1000 13
Starting in 1821 it was a commercial trail southwest from Missouri; in 1846 Stephen Kearny & his troops used it to invade Mexico
    $1000 1
The stuff farmers give their horses & cows eats up a D & becomes a fixed charge you pay

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Hannah Caleb Maggie
$600 $10,218 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hannah Caleb Maggie
$1,400 $12,418 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
Communities near this state capital include Greenwood & Speedway
    $400 30
She hit fame with "The Fame", featuring "Poker Face"
    $400 22
In "The Mystery of the Ivory Charm", this teen sleuth & her friends uncover a stolen cache of jewels & thwart a kidnapping
    $400 29
Ancient longships are called the boats of these people who dominated northern European waters with them for centuries
    $400 27
The CBS crew, not a news team but this kind of street artists, are the subject of "Can't Be Stopped"
    $400 25
To egosurf is to search the Internet for mentions of this
    $800 8
This Italian name of a big city on a bay is from words meaning "new city"
    $800 24
This 2-word subtitle followed "Red" & "Fearless" on 2 No. 1 albums of 2021
    $800 21
A misfit computer hacker teams up with a reporter in Sweden in this 2005 novel, the first in a series
    $800 28
America's first commercial railway, the B&O, short for this, was used by some traveling on the Underground Railroad
    $800 26
A 2009 doc profiles preacher Arthur Blessitt, who walked 40,000 miles across the globe carrying a 12-foot one of these
    $800 17
This symbol found on your keyboard gets its name from "and per se and"
    $1200 5
This city on Maryland's Severn River is the seat of Anne Arundel County
    $1200 2
2021 saw the release of this latest of Adele's numerically titled chart toppers
    $1200 13
Craig Alanson created this series of novels, exforce for short, as a "military space opera"
    $1200 9
This fantasy novelist wrote "Une ville flottante", or "The Floating City", inspired by his time on the "Great Eastern" steamer
    $1200 12
In "The Territory", the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau people of the Amazon battle this process, the mass clearing of trees by humans
    $1200 16
Pig Latin & a word for nothing are the source of this 5-letter word meaning "to reject"
    $1600 3
Seen here is the obelisk of this once great Egyptian Sun city
    $1600 1
2020's "Eternal Atake" was a smash for this rapper born Symere Woods
    $1600 7
A canine is the main character of this 1903 novel set in part in Canadian gold rush country
    $1600 10
As part of reparations after World War I, Germany provided to the U.S. one of these, the LZ-126
    DD: $10,018 18
It means excessive talkativeness, it's from the Greek for "word" & it wins Nupur Lala The National Spelling Bee in a classic doc
    $1600 15
From the French, this word referring to a commotion or uproar sounds like there's laughing at the end of it
    $2000 4
This major port is the largest city in Crimea
    $2000 23
With 2012's "Babel", this not-actually-a-family band topped the charts & won an Album of the Year Grammy
    $2000 6
In 11 books by C.S. Forester, this intrepid sailor starts as a midshipman & ultimately becomes an admiral
    DD: $10,018 11
Merchants on this trade route with a fabric in its name used the Bactrian camel to hump their goods along
    $2000 19
This photographer & advocate for marginalized folks & against opioid companies goes in front of the camera in a 2022 doc
    $2000 14
Head toward the end of the alphabet for this word meaning an extreme fear of foreigners

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hannah Caleb Maggie
$9,000 $23,618 -$1,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It has the line, "The discovery of America... opened up fresh ground for the rising bourgeoisie"

Final scores:

Hannah Caleb Maggie
$0 $29,235 -$1,600
2nd place: $5,000 Winner: semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hannah Caleb Maggie
$9,000 $21,200 -$1,600
15 R,
4 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
2 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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Game tape date: 2023-01-30
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