Show #8827 - Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Stephen Webb game 6.


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Jessica Ashooh, a policy director from San Francisco, California

Long Nguyen, a retired engineer from Las Vegas, Nevada

Stephen Webb, a data scientist from Longmont, Colorado (whose 5-day cash winnings total $139,281)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 29
It's a book collector or just a lover of books
    $200 26
Coach Beard, with an affinity for both soccer & chess
    $200 24
One of its slogans is "Milk's favorite cookie"
    $200 30
Page 1 of this commission's eagerly awaited 2004 report says, "Atta and Omari boarded a 6:00 a.m. flight..."
    $200 28
They're the 2 New York City boroughs that fit the category
    $200 27
In 1997 Kocheril Raman Narayanan became the first member of a scheduled caste to serve as president of this country
    $400 19
To draw the boundaries of an electoral district in a way that gives one political party an advantage
    $400 25
Willow Rosenberg, keeping Sunnydale safe in a bewitching manner
    $400 23
Named for their appearance, the holiday favorites seen here with this wintry name practically melt in your mouth
    $400 17
The 1998 report by Kenneth Starr on President Clinton's affair with this woman was written in part by Brett Kavanaugh
    $400 4
This city on the River Lagan is home to a campus of Ulster University
    $400 22
Pew Research Center found "the share of adults who live in" this "class households fell from 61% in 1971 to 50% in 2021"
    $600 11
This system illustrated here gets your blood & lymph going
    $600 18
Cowboy Curtis & Miss Yvonne, playing for laughs in the Playhouse
    $600 21
These "slender" chocolate-covered Girl Scout cookies have been found in America's cookie jars for more than 70 years
    DD: $1,600 14
Put out by the Air Force in 1995, a report on a 1947 incident here is subtitled "Facts vs. Fiction in the New Mexico Desert"
    $600 3
Let's rock & roll:
Home to the University of Colorado, this city is known for its Flatirons, seen here
    $600 20
It was the term for upper class people in ancient Rome; today, it'd be more for fans of author Cornwell or actress Clarkson
    $800 10
Any imaginary ideal place, or the location of the Dumbo ride at Disney World
    $800 15
Susie Myerson, the comic manager who works marvelously
    $800 8
Look what we stole from the cookie jar--these Italian-named treats
    $800 6
Almost 6,000 personal interviews informed his 1953 report on "Sexual Behavior in the Human Female"
    $800 2
This country finds itself in the middle of things, with a northern border with Russia & on its south, Ukraine
    $800 13
A laborer in the feudal system; "Our American Cousin" author Tom Taylor titled a play about one, subtitled "Love Levels All"
    $1000 9
One of Abraham Lincoln's nicknames was "The Great" this
    $1000 16
Gabrielle, bubbly bard bud of a warrior princess
    $1000 7
A simple recipe for these cookies calls for a cup of butter, 1/2 cup of sugar & 2 of flour; Walker's says it makes "the world's finest"
    $1000 5
Britain's 1942 Beveridge Report proposed lifelong social support--in a common metaphor, between these 2 resting places
    $1000 1
Seaweed farmer is a major job on this Indonesian island & in "Ticket to Paradise", George Clooney's daughter falls for one
    $1000 12
"The Communist Manifesto" notes "two great classes directly facing each other--bourgeoisie &" this harder-working one

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

Stephen Long Jessica
$6,600 $4,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Long Jessica
$9,600 $6,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
In "The Secret Agent" by Joseph Conrad, an East European spy is ordered to blow up this London observatory
    $400 30
In the film "Hook", Julia Roberts played this fairy whose mere entrance into a scene caused tintinnabulation
    $400 22
The fatal scourge bovine spongiform encephalopathy was identified in 1986 but most people remember it better as this
    $400 27
1930s calamity:
    $400 28
Talk about cold cash! Wells Fargo owns the only 2 of these machines in Antarctica--one is used just for its parts
    $400 29
To do this can mean either to remove something like dirt from your house, or to sprinkle something like sugar on a pie
    $800 2
Opening at the Tower of London, this novel about a mistress to a Tudor king was filmed with Scarlett Johansson as Mary (not Anne)
    $800 8
Mark Margolis first got our attention by ringing a little bell while playing Hector Salamanca on this show
    $800 10
Recommended for teens & preteens, Menveo is a vaccine that helps prevent this highly contagious disease
    $800 17
Big deal in 1803:
    $800 26
Invest $10,000 at 4%, add $100 per month & in 10 years you'll have nearly $30,000; the oft-cited "miracle of" this 2-word phrase
    $800 25
Regarding food, it's adding a flourish; regarding wages, it's taking them away
    DD: $3,400 1
This 1881 Mark Twain novel takes place in London's poorer areas as well as in some of its ritzier locales
    $1200 7
This NBA team has featured a snake & a bell on one of its logos & before home games a bell is ceremonially rung to root them on
    $1200 5
In the 1930s Grace Eldering & Pearl Kendrick made a newly effective vaccine against this very noisy respiratory disease
    DD: $12,400 20
1820s announcement:
    $1200 15
Securities as well as your funds for that new house--congrats!--can be held by a third party on behalf of the 2 others in this
    $1200 24
It can mean both to ask advice, as from your doctor, & to give it, as to a client, perhaps charging a fee
    $1600 9
The title woman of this Virginia Woolf novel hears Big Ben strike just as she starts out on a walk
    $1600 6
"Hells Bells" by these Aussie rock gods opens with the pealing of serious bells
    $1600 3
Avril Lavigne's song "Head Above Water" & Meghan O'Rourke's book "The Invisible Kingdom" are by sufferers of this tick-borne disease
    $1600 18
1794 uprising:
    $1600 14
One investment strategy is a bond one of these structures; the time between maturity dates can be thought of as rungs
    $1600 23
It can mean done to completion, or spent & having no more use
    $2000 13
This 1932 novel begins in 2540 A.D. at the Central London Hatchery where children are being created artificially
    $2000 11
In "It's a Wonderful Life", little Zuzu Bailey says, "Every time a bell rings", this happens
    $2000 4
In 2001 Frank Carlson fought an awful diagnosis & started the Foundation for Life to fight this neuro-degenerative disease
    $2000 19
One was on the radio April 28, 1935:
    $2000 16
Come on get "A.P.Y."; A.P.Y. is short for this, money earned from a savings account over a specific amount of time
    $2000 21
From the Latin for "prescribe by law", it can mean to authorize or to condemn something

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Long Jessica
$18,000 $400 $6,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Part of the largest contiguous land empire during the 1200s & 1300s, today it's the world's second-largest landlocked country

Final scores:

Stephen Long Jessica
$16,000 $800 $11,000
6-day champion: $155,281 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Long Jessica
$18,000 $11,800 $9,400
25 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2022-12-16
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