Show #8897 - Tuesday, June 20, 2023

Ben Goldstein game 3.


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Janie Sullivan, a scrum master from Park Ridge, Illinois

Tym Blanchard, a cryptocurrency and angel investor from Nashville, Tennessee

Ben Goldstein, a content marketing strategist from Dexter, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,198)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: Each response is a 4-letter word in that form.)
    $200 20
This "Equalizer" has few equals in Hollywood when it comes to marriage longevity; he said I do to Pauletta in 1983
    $200 8
Jean Nouvel says this building in Nantes, France is meant to convey the open impartiality of justice
    $200 5
Sow sound
    $200 15
Helping minority kids go to college, the foundation named for this Brooklyn Dodger was begun in 1973, a year after his death
    $200 2
The U.S. flag was flown at this location for the first time on July 20, 1969 & the original flag is still there
    $200 16
It's squid! Buon appetito!
    $400 4
Director Taylor Hackford seems to treat this woman like a queen as they've been together since 1986
    $400 17
One of the last buildings Zaha Hadid worked on was a Beijing tower with one of these Latin-named inner spaces over 600' tall
    $400 1
It's 2 ranks below duke & they're not making many new ones these days
    $400 21
You might try Farm Share in Florida if you need this type of organization whose name reflects its reserves of comestibles
    $400 9
With dueling illegal in New York, Burr & Hamilton had their deadly 1804 clash at a secluded spot in Weehawken in this state
    $400 11
Meat, cheese & vegetables are popular fillings for this baked or fried pastry with a Spanish name
    $600 3
After 27 years together with Erwin Bach, this singer must have found out what love had to do with it & the 2 tied the knot in 2013
    $600 30
After World War II, these evolved Moorish to Modernists as in architect Percival Goodman's Shaarey Zedek in suburban Detroit
    $600 6
Shakespeare's Caesar would not have made this cry, as in English it dates only to the 1830s
    $600 22
The Michael J. Fox Foundation works to improve "knowledge about the lived experience" of this disease
    $600 10
The only signer of both the Declaration & Constitution to sit on this body, James Wilson, took his oaths on October 5, 1789
    $600 12
From Turkish, it's the name of a sweet nutty pastry
    $800 18
Harrison Ford was no longer flying solo in 2002 when he began seeing this "Ally McBeal" actress; the wedding was in 2010
    DD: $1,500 28
In the 1690s he began designing the twin-domed Royal Hospital for seamen in London
    $800 7
duh-DUH, in poetry
    $800 23
Providing aid to veterans & their families, Soldiers' Angels was founded by a relative of this "Old Blood & Guts" general
    $800 26
The demand for decorations on women's hats led Theodore Roosevelt to set up the USA's first 50 reserves for these
    $800 13
These little anise-flavored seeds are popular in breads & crackers
    $1000 19
This co-star of "How I Met Your Mother" met David Burtka in 2004 & there were wedding bells 10 years later; legendary!
    $1000 24
Minoru Yamasaki designed the arched airport terminal in this U.S. city associated with both arches & aviation
    $1000 27
To push someone out of a position, perhaps a dictator
    $1000 25
Underinsured folks can get help from the PAN Foundation, with PAN short for this person "Access Network"
    $1000 29
A golden spike ceremony on May 10, 1869 near this Utah "Point" marked the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad
    $1000 14
This bread was created in the 1980s as Italy's answer to the baguette

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

Ben Tym Janie
$3,200 $0 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Tym Janie
$5,600 -$1,000 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 27
How are we on office supplies? We need more 3x3 super sticky Post-It Notes from this alphanumeric company
    $400 26
Each book except the last in Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" has this many chapters... unfortunately
    $400 30
About 700 miles southeast of NYC & home to around 70,000 people, it's known for its shorts & some troublesome triangulation
    $400 14
As David St. Hubbins of this band, Michael McKean sang, "Big bottom drive me out of my mind, how can I leave this behind?"
    $400 29
It's a story's line of development, or a portion of a circle's circumference
    $400 21
During a military roll call, it means "present"; in Spanish, it means "I"
    $800 13
This sticky stuff is found before
-dripper &
    $800 17
Robert Burns wrote to this food, "Cut ye up wi' ready slight, / Trenching your gushing entrails bright... warm-reekin, rich!"
    $800 25
"Remain!" In 2013 people in this South Atlantic territory were nearly unanimous in their vote to stay under British rule
    $800 10
The Wonders broke into the big time in this 1996 film with the title song, written for real by the late, great Adam Schlesinger
    $800 28
Let's crunch the numbers:
It's the least common multiple of 4 & 10
    $800 20
361 stones are used in this board game of Japan
    $1200 5
Retene is a hydrocarbon isolated from this sticky tree product that baseball batters can't do without
    $1200 15
A Gwendolyn Brooks poem begins, "We real cool. We left" this & ends, "We jazz June. We die soon"
    $1200 23
George Town is the capital of this 3-island territory known for low taxes &--how to put it?--interesting handling of intl. money
    $1200 9
Not just the house band on this "Show", Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem did "Can You Picture That?" in a 1979 film
    $1200 18
The symbol tells you this is the relation between A & B
    DD: $2,000 19
Its headwaters are near Monte Viso in the Alps
    $1600 4
The tragacanth & xanthan types of this substance are used as binding agents in pills & bread, respectively
    $1600 3
"How a Gardener May Get Rid of the Dormice That Eat His Peaches" is Ch. 61 of this Dumas tale of vengeance--no, really
    DD: $2,000 22
Bligh me! In 1970 the British high commissioner in New Zealand became gov. of this very small, volcanic island in the South Pacific
    $1600 7
In 2023 Riley Keough streamed down the Amazon, playing this '70s woman who sang "Kill You To Try"
    $1600 1
It's the law that says a(b+c) = ab + ac
    $1600 11
Buddha found shade & more under the tree known as this
    $2000 6
Put on this old "L.P.", a thick white adhesive that, as you might guess, can be used for bookbinding
    $2000 16
Most of the stanzas in this Coleridge poem have 4 lines; a single 9-line stanza mentions a steersman
    $2000 24
In 1493 Columbus named this volcanic island in the West Indies; the French had it for a bit, but the U.K. has had it since 1783
    $2000 8
Later a movie, Roddy Doyle's first novel is about this soulful but imaginary Irish band
    $2000 2
Legend says facing a teacher's make-work task to add up the first hundred positive integers, Carl Gauss quickly saw 50 pairs each totaling this
    $2000 12
For a time, this lover of Zeus was turned into a cow

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Tym Janie
$6,800 -$3,800 $7,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This sport that made its Olympic debut in 1988 has a playing surface of only about 45 square feet

Final scores:

Ben Tym Janie
$6,095 -$3,800 $500
3-day champion: $21,293 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Tym Janie
$6,800 -$1,800 $11,000
17 R,
5 W
7 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 2023-04-13
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