Show #8937 - Tuesday, September 26, 2023

2023 Second Chance competition week 3, semifinal game 2.


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Ollie Savage, a high school English and film studies teacher from Burbank, California

Michalle Gould, a librarian from Laguna Beach, California

David Kaye, a high school English teacher from Scottsdale, Arizona

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 27
One of the Seven Wonders of Barbados, Harrison's Cave is rich in formations of these hanging objects
    $200 14
Lil Wayne's facial tributes to this city include a fleur-de-lis & the number 17, for the 17th Ward where "The Carter" grew up
    $200 10
Abu Ammar was the nom de guerre of this longtime leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization
    $200 21
Cleopatra is said to have used rejuvenating products from this saline body of water in which the Jordan ends
    $200 16
In 1982 this nation's Venera probe landed on Venusian soil, took some pictures & tapped out after 2 hours
    $200 5
A person who can get out of tight situations is one of these, the name of a 1920s escape artist
    $400 25
The cave temple of Kailasa in the Himalayas honors this "destroyer" deity
    $400 15
This rapper whose face says "always tired" isn't tired of success, like 365 million streams in one week of "Hollywood's Bleeding"
    $400 8
In 2006 audio experts said they found the missing "a" in a 37-year-old statement by this man
    $400 22
For disguise, try one in black silk; to refresh your skin, try one made from oatmeal or avocado
    $400 20
Venus' atmosphere is predominantly made up of this gas contributing to its high temperature
    $400 4
2 feuding families; can be the Montagues & the Capulets or the Hatfields & these
    $600 26
In Europe, they call some caverns these, like Italy's Blue one
    $600 11
If you don't like the L.A. Dodgers logo near the right eye of this West Side rapper, don't hate the playa--hate the...
    $600 7
The mysterious 1921 death of Virginia Rappe ruined the career of this hefty comic actor
    $600 23
In a popular spa treatment, this marine algae is applied to the body, followed by a soothing thermal wrap
    DD: $2,000 17
We're not sure if it was "ancient" or not, but the first U.S. flyby of Venus was by this space probe in 1962
    $600 1
You may be "read" this; England passed the original one back in 1714 to deal with noisy protests
    $800 28
A New Haven, Conn. cave was the hideout of the judges who had signed this king's death warrant in 1649
    $800 12
Drummer Travis Barker of this "Enema Of The State" band felt "blessed" enough to put that in cursive under his eye
    $800 6
Florence Nightingale Graham was the real name of this cosmetics queen
    $800 24
National name for the procedure of giving yourself white-tipped fingernails
    $800 18
Similar to an eclipse, it's the term for the rare passing in front of the Sun, which Venus did in June 2012
    $800 2
The double whammy goes back to Evil-Eye Fleegle, a character in this Al Capp strip
    $1000 29
The historic entrance to this U.S. national park is seen here
    $1000 13
Aaron of these soulful singing brothers has a cheek cross/dagger done in his teens by a buddy using sewing needles
    $1000 9
When her photos of unusual-looking people were shown at MoMA in 1965, a curator had to wipe viewers' spit off them daily
    $1000 30
Oil from this shrub with a Spanish name makes a good moisturizer; it's similar to our natural skin oil
    $1000 19
Just like Mercury, Venus has this many moons
    $1000 3
Being in the middle of things puts you at this, the point on the surface above the focus of an earthquake

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

David Michalle Ollie
$800 $3,200 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Michalle Ollie
$2,400 $4,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You'll replace the British word in each clue with its U.S. equivalent.)
(Ken: Each response has the letter "C" in it three times.)
    $400 27
Cha-ching! This resort lies on Absecon Island on the southeast coast of New Jersey
    $400 13
This insurance company is on your side--& you're in its arena, if you go to Columbus Blue Jackets home games
    $400 28
In a 1996 film, the character Karl Childers wields a lawn mower blade as well as this title "Blade"
    $400 20
When Queen Victoria's grand-daughter married into the Russian royal house, this blood disease went with her
    $400 9
"First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a pram"
    $400 2
Wow, that's so weird--I was just thinking about this word for a striking occurrence of 2 events at 1 time
    $800 29
In the 1870s Father Damien arrived at the leper colony on this, which has been called the most Hawaiian isle
    $800 15
O-ho, this wagon is a-comin' down the street, bringing the money to get its name on the Philadelphia Flyers' arena
    DD: $1,000 24
1964 saw the first time a man threw this 300 feet & the first time a woman threw it 200 feet
    $800 23
Montezuma's real revenge: a 1741 British expedition to conquer Mexico was devastated by this "colorful" disease
    $800 8
Shirley Manson of Rubbish sang songs like "Stupid Girl" & "Push It"
    $800 3
This college degree is total B.S.
    DD: $2,000 25
Damaged in a 1906 earthquake, the first lighthouse on the West Coast was located on this island
    $1200 6
This company is based in Memphis, so giving the Grizzlies a forum for hoops is something it can deliver
    $1200 16
Owned by Bilbo & later Frodo, Sting was a magical one of these that glowed blue when servants of Sauron were near
    $1200 19
In 1996, Michael DeBakey advised this Russian to have a bypass, prolonging his presidency & life
    $1200 1
No, I didn't just fall off the turnip lorry
    $1200 4
These household pests targeted by Raid have lived on Earth for 250 million years
    $1600 26
Gay Head, on this island off Cape Cod, has been renamed Aquinnah
    $1600 12
If you drive its CR-V to see the Anaheim Ducks play in the "Center" bearing its name, this company will be doubly happy
    $1600 17
A narrow, connecting part of some tools, it's also prison slang for a knifelike weapon
    $1600 21
Napoleon's invasion of Russia was partly doomed by epidemic typhus, primarily carried by bacteria on this parasite
    $1600 5
A limerick generally consists of 5 anapestic queues
    $1600 10
It's the last of the "5 stages of grief"
    $2000 30
The Chamorro are the indigenous ethnic group on this Pacific island that's home to U.S. naval & Air Force bases
    $2000 14
The Chicago Blackhawks take wing at the center named for this airline
    $2000 18
From an Asian word, this type of "stick" is concealed in high grass to injure enemy soldiers
    $2000 22
This Flemish anatomist served as court physician to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V & then to his son, Spain's Philip II
    $2000 7
36 inches equals a garden
    $2000 11
From the Latin for "to cook together", it means to devise or contrive

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Michalle Ollie
$7,000 $13,200 $15,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A collection of achievements bearing this name was established in the early 1950s to help resolve pub disputes

Final scores:

David Michalle Ollie
$12,802 $26,200 $3,600
2nd place: $3,000 Finalist 3rd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Michalle Ollie
$7,200 $13,200 $17,600
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
23 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2023-08-18
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