Show #8971 - Monday, November 13, 2023

2023 Champions Wildcard Clubs quarterfinal game 3.


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Fred Nelson, a university professor from Fresno, California

Stuart Crane, a product line manager from Calispell, Montana

Emily Fiasco, a middle school band director from Saint Louis, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
In 1914 this automaker raised the minimum wage for his employees to $5 a day, more than twice the going rate
    $200 2
"Memory" &
"Mr. Mistoffelees"
    $200 30
This older name for tuberculosis referred to the disease's wasting away of the body
    $200 17
In an 1851 work this general stands in a small boat on the Delaware, a U.S. flag nearby
    $200 10
Toy dogs like the Chihuahua can be trained to use these; experts say fill your dog's with the non-clumping stuff
    $200 29
June 6, 1944
    $400 8
He had a good year in 1928; construction began on the New York City Art Deco building named for him & he acquired Dodge
    $400 6
"Tradition" & "Matchmaker, Matchmaker"
    $400 24
This infectious illness has long been known as the "kissing disease"
    $400 18
God, aided by cherubim, reaches out to this bored-looking guy; oh yeah, it's on a ceiling
    $400 12
Dogs & cats shouldn't share food, as cats are obligate these & their chow is too high in protein to be good for dogs
    $400 14
In a 1954 experiment, U.S. Air Force Dr. John Stapp accelerated to 632 miles per hours in five seconds, surviving 46 of these units
    $600 7
Charles & Henry were the first names of this pair of Englishmen who produced the Silver Ghost in 1907
    $600 3
"It's Raining On Prom Night" &
"Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee"
    $600 1
In "Julius Caesar", Shakespeare mentions "falling sickness", this disorder characterized by seizures
    $600 19
In this work mom is seated, facing left--or is it right? Anyway, she's clad in black with a white lace cap
    $600 15
Experts say this breed that originated in Newfoundland is good with cats--& heck, everything else
    $600 11
The most common human blood type (make sure to include whether it's positive or negative)
    $800 9
This early 1900s racer who gave his name to a major GM division was born in la Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
    $800 4
"Johnny's Mambo" &
"(I've Had) The Time Of My Life"
    $800 13
An old name for influenza wasn't grab or clutch but this, from French for "seize"
    DD: $3,000 21
We're not sure if you'd call that teal or azure the young man with a feathered cap is wearing in this 1770 work
    $800 16
The AKC says these herding dogs that come in "rough" & "smooth" types love children & "that love can extend to cats"
    $800 20
A cheap film shown in addition to the main feature
    $1000 27
In 1932, this auto racer began using the squadron badge of a World War I flying ace, a prancing horse
    $1000 5
"The Music And The Mirror" &
    $1000 25
Pens down, scrivener's palsy is an old term for this, also known as graphospasm
    $1000 22
Children frolic among wild beasts as a confused lion looks out at us--it really is "The Peaceable" this
    $1000 23
The kitten's investigating the tail of a pup of this terrier breed named for an English cleric
    $1000 26
Violinist August Wilhelmj's arrangement of the 2nd movement of Bach's "Suite No. 3 in D major" is known as "Air On" this

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

Emily Stuart Fred
$1,400 $800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Stuart Fred
$3,800 $6,200 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: You will name the actor.)
    $400 25
In 1566 this "Magnificent" sultan was succeeded by his not-so-magnificent son Selim II, "the Sot"
    $400 3
In "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", she inquires, "Is this the way to Europe, France?"
    $400 6
The National Gallery of Art (in the United States)
    $400 8
This cheese usually aged & grated is named for the "Eternal City"
    $400 10
Botanically, it's the part of the flowering plant that holds the seeds, so it includes acorns
    $400 29
Italian for "unknown", it's how you travel when you don't want to be recognized
    $800 24
In 1571 the Holy League defeated Ottoman naval forces in the Gulf of Patras off the coast of Lepanto in this current nation
    $800 4
"That's what's wrong with you. You should be kissed, and often and by someone who knows how"
    $800 5
The Exploratorium
    $800 18
Edam is made in a ball; this other Dutch cheese is made in wheels with a waxed red or yellow rind
    $800 11
In HIV these genetic changes that alter the organism happen so fast, a single AIDS drug is unworkable
    $800 22
Tossed at New Year's, it has a name meaning "sweetmeats", the little candies tossed during carnival
    $1200 20
The Ottoman Empire ended in 1922 when this man led a movement that established the Republic of Turkey
    $1200 15
At the end of "Little Caesar", this actor cries, "Mother of Mercy. Is this the end of Rico?"
    $1200 1
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    $1200 19
Herman & Lily know that this oft-imitated cheese shares its name with the Alsace valley where it originated
    $1200 12
In the Batesian type of this, aka imitation, an organism evolves to look like a more noxious one so it's left alone
    $1200 9
These quick appearances by guest stars in films can carve out a little comic "relief"
    $1600 21
In the early 14th century the Ottomans moved their capital to Bursa, which is in this Asian part of modern-day Turkey
    DD: $5,000 16
"A boy's best friend is his mother"
    $1600 2
The Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
    DD: $10,200 23
Danbo, a cheese originally from this country, is also known as King Christian IX when made with caraway seeds
    $1600 13
Transporting this protein is the main job of your body's erythrocytes
    $1600 30
Ben Jonson's 1598 comedy "Every Man in His Humour" uses this Italian term for a brothel
    $2000 26
With a name meaning "new troops", these elite infantry soldiers originally consisted of slaves & prisoners of war
    $2000 17
In "My Favorite Year" he wails, "I'm not an actor, I'm a movie star!"
    $2000 7
The Museum of Pop Culture in this city has been called "Blobitecture"
    $2000 28
This Swiss cheese that dates back to the 12th century is named for a valley in the Canton of Fribourg
    $2000 14
This 5-letter word for a virus that infects a bacterial cell is sometimes prefixed by "bacterio"
    $2000 27
Somewhere along the line this instrument's name lost its big finish of "forte"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Stuart Fred
$11,000 $20,400 $23,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1916 it began packaging its flagship product in a variety of glass called Georgia green

Final scores:

Emily Stuart Fred
$15,347 $40,800 $40,801
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Winner: semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emily Stuart Fred
$11,000 $9,600 $19,600
16 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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Game tape date: 2023-10-17
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