Show #8935 - Friday, September 22, 2023

2023 Second Chance competition week 2, final game 2.


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Deanna Bolio, a community outreach supervisor from Campbell, California (subtotal of $16,200)

Rob Kim, an attorney from Portland, Oregon (subtotal of $3,400)

Pam Sung, a physician-scientist from Amherst, New York (subtotal of $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
Built in the 13th century, Urquhart Castle is found on the shore of this--wait, did you guys see something in the water?
    $200 27
Partly inspired by her own childhood, she co-created the series "Never Have I Ever"
    $200 26
It's where "Native Son" & "A Raisin in the Sun" are set
    $200 29
This organ meat is great for protein, vitamin A & iron, but animal rights activists have big problems with foie gras
    $200 28
This state's official marine mammal is the bowhead whale, which inhabits Arctic waters
    $200 7
A more awesome 12-inch measuring stick
    $400 25
A symbol of pride & untameability, & big with "My Little Pony" fans, this national animal is a symbol of the push for independence
    $400 24
William Petersen's last regular episode of this crime drama came early on in 2009
    $400 22
Right before the epilogue to this novel, Raskolnikov confesses, "It was I killed the old pawnbroker woman and her sister"
    $400 21
Fancy a traditional steak & this pie? The one at London's Guinea Grill is famous
    $400 23
Whoa! Reaching 80 feet or more in length, the finback whale is second in size only to this one
    $400 8
A guess about what they're serving in the cafeteria
    $600 14
Scotland's Standing Stones of Calanais, seen here, were an inspiration for a plot device on this time-traveling TV show
    $600 12
For season 6 of this series, Corey Stoll replaced Damian Lewis as the main very, very rich guy
    $600 2
This Jack London classic is considered one of the "books that shaped America"
    $600 20
A beef this, langue in French, can be 5 lbs.
    $600 16
One of the 2 3-letter terms for a group of whales
    $600 9
A mistake made by the person filling in for your regular teacher
    $800 6
A celebration of Scottish sport & culture, the annual these "Games" include caber tossing
    $800 5
This series begins with John Nolan, played by Nathan Fillion, joining the LAPD at age 45
    $800 3
In "East of Eden" this twin brother of Aron Trask reveals to him that their mother is a madam
    $800 19
You don't expect us to swallow this, specifically the honeycomb type that is taken from the second stomach chamber, do you?
    $800 17
Gray whales are an example of this toothless class of whales that also have 2 blowholes
    $800 10
A fantastically ugly thing to sit at during class
    DD: $1,000 13
The highest point in Edinburgh's Holyrood Park is an ancient volcano that shares its name with this legendary king
    $1000 1
Sandy Dvore designed the animated title sequence of a mother bird & 5 chicks for this 1970s series
    $1000 4
This Jonathan Franzen novel about the dysfunctional Lambert family won a National Book Award
    $1000 15
The pancreas of a calf provides this delicacy that sounds like it would be available at the bakery rather than the butcher
    $1000 18
This solid waxy substance that originates in the intestines of sperm whales is used in perfume making
    $1000 11
A comparative chart of all the school's employees

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

Pam Rob Deanna
$200 $2,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Rob Deanna
$4,000 $4,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll give us the team's home city; each one is a state capital.)
    $400 28
Ukraine produces much of the world's oil from these big yellow flowers, a national symbol
    $400 5
It's a Braves new world here, where to win the game, you gotta have the runs
    $400 19
In 1940 & 1941, turning his gaze from war, Joan Miró produced 23 works in a series titled these groups of stars
    $400 29
Long ones are a proverbial sign of age, & to bishop, to file them down on a horse, is thought to be named after a practitioner of yore
    $400 30
Twisting a phrase around, Oscar Wilde called this "the curse of the drinking classes"
    $400 13
Fred MacMurray's "Professor" in a Disney film or Robin Williams in "Flubber"
    DD: $4,000 27
This major Ukrainian port city was named for an ancient Greek colony thought to have existed nearby
    $800 4
The Pacers thrill their fans in this city
    $800 18
Frank Stella made a splash in 1959 with paintings of this kind of stripe, better known on men's suits
    $800 25
The Battle of Gettysburg had "Pickett's" this, & an equally unsuccessful one led by Elon Farnsworth
    $800 6
It was in her poem "Sacred Emily" that she wrote, "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose"
    $800 22
It describes adobe bricks or the tomatoes seen here
    $1200 20
The seminal work of modern Ukrainian literature, "Eneïda" transmutes this ancient writer's Trojans into Cossacks
    $1200 3
College town where the 'Noles have been known to pile up the yards
    $1200 17
The town in his "Starry Night" is Saint-Rémy, where he was a patient in its mental hospital
    $1200 14
This outdated word for a bad student comes from the middle name of John Scotus, a theologian & scholar
    $1200 7
In his 1986 Nobel Peace Prize speech, this author & Holocaust survivor said, "If we forget we are guilty, we are accomplices"
    $1200 23
In other words, myopic, medically speaking
    $1600 21
The Seven Wonders of Ukraine include the 11th century Kiev cathedral named St. this built to rival a same-named "Hagia" in Constantinople
    $1600 1
It's where Predators are on the hunt for NHL goals
    $1600 12
Late in life this French artist got into cutouts, like the yellow stars in his 1947 work "Icarus"
    DD: $2,400 15
Ambrose Philips' sentimental poems inspired a fellow writer to coin this rhyming insult word, using the Amb in Ambrose
    $1600 8
When it comes to tidying up, she says if an item sparks joy, "keep it, if not, dispose of it"
    $1600 24
Ibsen spent 27 years away from Norway in this type of exile
    $2000 26
Ukraine's longest river, it bisects the country before emptying into the Black Sea
    $2000 2
Charles Barkley's jersey was retired in this NBA city & state capital
    $2000 11
"Self-Portrait with Striped Shirt" is by this Viennese modernist who died aged just 28 in 1918
    $2000 16
Who exactly Norman was is lost to history, but Norman's Woe is the reef made famous in the poem "The Wreck of" this ship
    $2000 9
This Boy Scouts founder said, "The Scouts' motto is founded on my initials, it is: Be Prepared"
    $2000 10
Mean & unfeeling, like "Hannah, the vamp of Savannah"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Rob Deanna
$9,200 $11,400 $12,400
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A fireworks display followed the April 27, 1749 premiere of a work by this man that had been commissioned by George II

Final scores:

Pam Rob Deanna
$16,201 $13,400 $12,400

Cumulative scores:

Pam Rob Deanna
$26,201 $16,800 $28,600
1st runner-up: $20,000 2nd runner-up: $10,000 Tournament champion: $35,000 + advance to the 2023 Champions Wildcard tournament

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pam Rob Deanna
$10,200 $8,200 $11,600
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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Game tape date: 2023-08-17
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