Show #8938 - Wednesday, September 27, 2023

2023 Second Chance competition week 3, semifinal game 3.


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Allison Pistorius, an actor and assistant professor from Houston, Texas

Mark Lucas, a strategist from Redondo Beach, California

Barb Fecteau, a high school librarian from Beverly, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Punishable by fine or imprisonment of one year or less, they're much more common than felonies in many states
    $200 24
Brad Garrett played Robert Barone from 1996 to 2005, but when it came to the sitcom's title, "Everybody Loves" him
    $200 23
In many U.S. states one of these signs a marriage license; Soviets had 2, mostly a best man & maid of honor, often wearing red sashes
    $200 25
Joseph Hopkins Twichell, this man's "Tramp Abroad" traveling companion, spoke at his funeral service
    $200 18
Total cubic feet of earth in a hole 1 yard wide, 1 yard long & 1 yard deep
    $200 30
An Australia native:
    $400 14
This term for the termination of a proceeding without a verdict sounds like the end of a school class
    $400 6
From 1999 to 2006 Bradley Whitford worked in the White House as Josh Lyman on this drama
    $400 2
No Russian wedding would be complete without a babushka, literally this relation
    DD: $1,200 26
In April 2005 Joseph Ratzinger officiated at this man's funeral
    $400 20
If you're running in a race & overtake the person in second place, you're now in this position
    $400 29
New World native that's rich in protein:
    $600 13
Glenn Close knew they're monies awarded to a litigant for loss or injury
    $600 3
In 2017 this Brad's status was executive producer, rather than leading man, of "Brad's Status"
    $600 7
Marriage registry took place at a ZAGS office, many fitted with a bust of this man
    $600 9
The Archbishop of Canterbury who presided over this royal's 2002 service was the ninth in her long life
    $600 19
If the vice president & the Speaker of the House were to die, the person in this post would be president
    $600 28
There are European & Japanese varieties:
    $800 15
This other "A" word is an accomplice or abettor in a crime but is not there when it is committed
    $800 4
Brad Bird was totally super as he wrote, directed & won an Oscar for this 2004 Pixar film
    $800 8
Friends of Soviet grooms have been known to playfully make him "pay" one of these, something usually given to get a kidnap victim back
    $800 10
This Arizona senator's public send-off in 1998 was presided over by Reverend Carlozzi & Rabbi Plotkin
    $800 21
Of Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney or Colin Clive, the one who played the title role in the 1931 film "Frankenstein"
    $800 1
Used in baklava & ice cream:
    $1000 16
In order to get a more objective trial, ask for a "change of" this to seek to have a case heard in a new jurisdiction
    $1000 5
Beginning in 1971, Brad Whitford played guitar for this band, but that dude does not look like a lady
    $1000 11
After the Communists came into power in 1917, this party of theirs ratified a "code of marriage, the family and guardianship"
    $1000 12
Ralph Abernathy conducted his friend Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral service at this church
    $1000 22
The brother-in-law of your mother's unmarried only sibling is this relative to you
    $1000 27
From the birch family:

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

Barb Mark Allison
$2,600 $1,400 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barb Mark Allison
$0 $3,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: We'll give you a presidential candidate; you'll have to supply his party.)
    $400 6
Coming from Maine to the prairie:
her "Plain and Tall"
    $400 10
The title character of this musical shows up at 17 Cherry Tree Lane, London & works her magic
    $400 17
The Nile has 3 main sections: the Atbara & the ones known by these 2 colors
    $400 18
A common expression refers to pulling out all of these knobs seen here
    $400 11
Ralph Nader
    $400 26
To be too smart for your own good is to be "too clever by" this
    $800 4
An eccentric teacher at a girls' school:
"The Prime of" her
    $800 5
In this Lerner & Loewe show, Colonel Pickering, author of "Spoken Sanskrit", makes a dare to a colleague
    $800 14
The Congo River was renamed this from 1971 to 1997; the Democratic Republic also had that name
    $800 19
One common type of pipe produces sound with a thin, vibrating one of these, like a clarinet does
    $800 12
Henry Clay
    $800 27
At Northwestern University, classes in the spring one began March 28, 2023
    $1200 3
Frontwoman for a fictional '70s rock band in a novel & streaming series:
her "& the Six"
    $1200 7
The MGM Studio Chorus backs up Judy Garland on this movie musical's "The Trolley Song"
    DD: $3,800 15
The mighty Okavango River stretches from Angola to this desert in Botswana, where it becomes a swamp
    $1200 20
A pipe's pitch is related to its length; compared to an 8-footer, a 4-footer sounds the same note at this interval
    $1200 13
Eugene V. Debs
    $1200 28
This common measurement for liquor is equal to about 750 milliliters--maybe 17 cocktails?
    DD: $2,000 2
A Virginia Woolf socialite, first name Clarissa
    $1600 8
The original London soundtrack of this musical features Jonathan Pryce & Lea Salonga
    $1600 16
The Draa River in Morocco is also called this 4-letter Arabic word for an intermittent stream
    $1600 21
Organ music is often written on 3 of these sets of lines, the lowest one for the pedal part
    $1600 23
Ross Perot
    $1600 30
A bit is this fraction of a dollar
    $2000 1
James M. Cain's divorcée & single mom, portrayed by Joan Crawford & Kate Winslet
    $2000 9
This 2001 movie musical set in Paris is now a stage show with new(er) songs like "Rolling In The Deep" & "Bad Romance"
    $2000 25
Rivers called the Black, Red & White this flow through Burkina Faso, which used to be called Upper this
    $2000 22
It's the hands-on name for an organ keyboard; the instrument seen here has four, some have six
    $2000 24
Henry Wallace
    $2000 29
W.E.B. Du Bois spoke of the elite of Black society as the "talented" this fraction

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barb Mark Allison
$9,600 $2,800 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Chrysomallus was the name of the creature that was the source of this sought-after item, vellus aureum in Latin

Final scores:

Barb Mark Allison
$12,801 $4,202 $6,400
Finalist 3rd place: $3,000 2nd place: $3,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barb Mark Allison
$10,400 $6,600 $6,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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Game tape date: 2023-08-18
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