Show #9076 - Monday, April 8, 2024

2024 Jeopardy! Invitational Tournament final game 2.


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Andrew He, a stay-at-home dad from Concord, California

Victoria Groce, a writer and television personality from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Amy Schneider, a writer from Oakland, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 29
The official language of this small country is Catalan
    $200 30
The CDC has an online this "vs. lean time" tool to see how much your kids are sedentary vs. exercising
    $200 26
Johns Hopkins defines this as persistent, long-standing pain that may be on & off or continuous
    $200 27
A 2022 study said this state had the longest average work week, 41.4 hours; commercial fishing & drilling for oil ain't easy
    $200 28
"I love Paris in the spring time", says one of the classic songs by this American composer
    $200 25
An update of "taking care of" this is "standing on" this, which Drake helped popularize
    $400 21
First millennium monk Mesrop Mashtots is credited with creating this nation's alphabet, seen here
    $400 22
Young Burt Bacharach hated taking these with Miss Raymond & they're a source of conflict in many a home
    $400 10
More common in women, this type of sharp, stabbing headache is named for what it feels like is stabbing your eye or head
    $400 23
In September 2016 the this Note 7 was recalled, as it really wasn't supposed to catch on fire
    $400 1
The only movie to pair Fred Astaire & Judy Garland is this holiday classic
    $400 24
It means to respond quickly & sharply to criticism, not to applaud in return
    $600 5
In 1967 this Balkan nation was declared the world's first atheist state
    $600 20
It contains 5 consecutive consonants & it's the safest way to cut the little ones' hotdogs
    $600 12
Many aches & pains are treated with NSAIDs, these
    $600 16
In 2003 an 80-hour work week & 24-hour shifts were established as upper limits for these post-first-year internship doctors
    $600 2
Charles Melton represents the first month in the title of this 2023 film that also stars Natalie Portman & Julianne Moore
    $600 15
This adjective that usually connotes evil means "really" or "very" in New England slang, as in "the Red Sox are ____ awesome"
    $800 3
Not soccer, but pato, a combination of polo & basketball, was declared the national sport there in 1953
    $800 19
A tough question for parents; Dr. Ellen Libby wrote a book on the issue & says it can rotate from kid to kid, if that's any help
    $800 11
Lord Byron rhymed this old-time word for feverish pain with "plague you"
    DD: $4,400 17
This traditional term for Japan's famously hard-laboring male office workers references both wages & gender
    $800 7
Asked to describe a perfect date, a pageant contestant in this film says, "April 25 because it's not too hot, not too cold"
    $800 14
This 4-letter slang word for excellent actually goes back to the 1960s; some say its first letter stands for "pretty"
    $1000 6
The desert-dwelling fennec fox is its national animal
    $1000 9
If mom has sole custody, dad's parenting time is called this
    $1000 13
This word for achy inflammation of the fluid sacs around a joint comes from Latin for "bag" or "purse"
    $1000 18
In 1963 this company known for synthetic materials came out with a shoe "leather" called Corfam, & dang, my feet are still hot!
    $1000 8
Duncan Sheik & Steven Sater won Tonys for the score of this musical about 19th century students
    $1000 4
Akin to friends with benefits, this portmanteau word is an undefined & noncommittal romantic arrangement

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

Amy Victoria Andrew
$3,800 $3,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Victoria Andrew
$8,800 $6,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: Each response will be a word with that pattern, like "salami".)
    $400 23
In a novel by Stephen King, she's a senior at Ewen High who is bullied by her peers (at their own peril)
    $400 24
The Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes at this Indiana school is one-seventh the size of the original in France
    $400 27
Wait, what? Students taught E. coli bacteria how to solve these number puzzles?! I'm kinda freakin' out
    $400 28
Wagner shook up people's ideas of harmony with the chord named for this lover of Isolde
    $400 29
In 2007 David Beckham signed a $250 million contract to play for this MLS team
    $400 30
Lord Denning was pleased to report no security risk in a scandal of this decade, involving a government minister & Christine Keeler
    DD: $11,200 4
The first name of this title character of a Defoe novel is an old word for a prostitute
    $800 11
Coca-Cola tycoon Asa Candler donated $1 million & 75 acres of land for what became this Atlanta university
    $800 25
Boze-dee-boze-dee-bop! Ziddy bop! It's just this old-time term for a male escort
    $800 14
He lived until 1827 but his last time as soloist with an orchestra was in 1808, opening his 4th piano concerto with a gentle chord
    $800 26
This 40-year-old slugger retired after a 2016 season in which he hit .315, with 38 home runs & 127 RBIs
    $800 8
It pleased the 18th c. philosopher Lord Monboddo to think that these Asian creatures, the largest apes then known, are human
    $1200 3
Wole Soyinka's "The Interpreters" follows 5 young men who return home to this country after studying abroad
    $1200 6
A Scottish Terrier is the fitting mascot of this Pittsburgh school
    $1200 16
It's the Spanish diminutive of "house"
    $1200 13
This 1959 Miles Davis album begins with Bill Evans' piano, including a famous pair of chords
    $1200 15
Jessica Jones, played by Krysten Ritter, had to deal with Kilgrave, played by him
    $1200 5
As the year 2001 neared, Lord Falconer was happy when Tony Blair put him in charge of the huge structure then called this
    $1600 2
Justin Quayle carefully tends to his plants while seeking his wife's killer in this John le Carré thriller
    $1600 9
This consortium of colleges in California includes Pitzer & Pomona
    DD: $12,000 17
Catholics hoping for special grace may pray this, said for 9 consecutive days
    $1600 1
A mighty, anguished chord in his 10th symphony might have something to do with his wife Alma's affair with Walter Gropius
    $1600 19
This David played those great guitar solos on Pink Floyd's songs "Time" & "Money", to name just 2
    $1600 7
This Lord was no doubt delighted by the birth of his son Winston in 1874
    $2000 22
George Eliot's works named for title characters include "Adam Bede", "Silas Marner" & this alliterative one
    $2000 12
The Kellogg School of Management is part of this university
    $2000 18
Related to the word lagoon is this one meaning a gap, as in historical records
    $2000 10
Something called a tritone substitution is found in the chords of "Lush Life", a classic by this Duke Ellington collaborator
    $2000 20
David Bowie played the baby-stealing Goblin King in this 1986 film
    $2000 21
This lord was pleased to be the husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, but not to be mysteriously killed in 1567

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Victoria Andrew
$26,000 $37,600 $8,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A peasant who became the king of Phrygia created this intricate problem that was solved in 333 B.C.

Final scores:

Amy Victoria Andrew
$37,601 $52,001 $16,600
2nd place: 1 match point Winner: 1 match point 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Victoria Andrew
$12,000 $27,200 $8,600
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
30 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,800

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Game tape date: 2024-02-28
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