Show #9088 - Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Amy Hummel game 1.


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Amy Hummel, an ER doctor from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Paul Drake, a front desk lead originally from Grand Blanc, Michigan

Mark Lashley, a professor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
In 1816 U.S. forces invaded the Spanish part of what's now this U.S. state & destroyed a fort on the Apalachicola River
    $200 15
Finally free to tell her story, she speaks candidly about her conservatorship & Justin Timberlake in "The Woman in Me"
    $200 28
This end-of-the-alphabet company sells a ferro rod for starting campfires, if you don't have one of its lighters handy
    $200 11
You may vacation in this type of cozy little building whose name derives from "the Bengali style"
    $200 29
Hebrew for "daughter of commandment" , this rite celebrates the transition of 12-year-old Jewish girls into adulthood
    $200 14
Movements in this dance form include relevé (to rise) & sauté (jumping using both feet & landing that way)
    $400 26
1960s space heroes Neil Armstrong & John Glenn ("The MiG-Mad Marine") had both been combat flyers in this war
    $400 5
He called his memoir "A Very Punchable Face" & he's been punched in numerous sketches on "Saturday Night Live"
    $400 27
In an early 1900s camping guide, Horace Kephart wrote about a hiking snack of raisins, nuts & chocolate now called this
    $400 10
Here's a flex--Romans thought that these, found all over your body, resembled a "little mouse"
    $400 22
In Shinto households, it is common to have communion with kami (or gods) by drinking this after a major festival
    $400 13
Begun in the 1950s, this art movement used everyday objects like comic strips, road signs & (big hint!) soup cans
    $600 25
The 1847 storming of Chapultepec Castle near Mexico City inspired these first 5 words of the Marine Corps' famous hymn
    DD: $1,000 4
Arnold Schwarzenegger aptly titled his 2012 autobiography this, the title of his 1990 film
    $600 18
Sunglasses named for this icy formation are designed to block sunlight reflecting off snow in Alpine terrain
    $600 9
This word for a break you take is etymologically similar to "respect" & has the same number of letters
    $600 21
Acts 19:3 mentions this sacrament that uses holy water & is seen as an admission to the Catholic faith
    $600 12
In 1965, 25,000 people joined the 50-mile march to Montgomery from this city, an iconic event in the civil rights movement
    $800 24
In 1974 the U.S. Navy evacuated Americans from this island after war broke out between Greek & Turkish factions
    $800 1
This actor who turned down an Oscar wrote the memoir "Songs My Mother Taught Me"
    $800 17
Don't forget bug spray! The CDC recommends repellent with this 4-letter ingredient to repel ticks
    $800 8
An Italian word for "embroiled" gives us this word for a complicated situation
    $800 20
Sounding like a film festival that dates back to 1978, this rite of Plains Indians was a ritual to gain power from the supernatural
    $800 6
This Chinese exercise with flowing, rhythmic movements has forms such as parting the wild horse's mane & playing the lute
    $1000 23
In January 2024 the U.S. began striking targets of this rebel group in Yemen who were attacking Red Sea shipping
    $1000 2
Chapters in his "All About Me!" include "Carl Reiner and the 2000 Year Old Man" & "Kismet--Meeting Anne Bancroft"
    $1000 16
For drinkable water, bring tablets of chlorine dioxide or this element, which says is a "frequently used" disinfection agent
    $1000 7
There's a silent "P" at the beginning of this word that comes from the Greek for "pertaining to air" & is used of tires
    $1000 19
One of the final rites for pilgrims to this holy city is to throw stones at the 3 walls of Mina
    $1000 3
In 1845 magazine editor John L. O'Sullivan wrote of this 2-word phrase regarding America's westward expansion

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

Mark Paul Amy
$1,000 $4,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Paul Amy
$4,600 $5,800 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Acre, Amazonas & Mato Grosso do Sul are states in this nation
    $400 28
In a landmark essay, Ta-Nehisi Coates argued "The Case for" these payments to descendants of slaves
    $400 30
Before his Rose Period, Picasso went through a period named for this color
    $400 29
1,125 feet at its highest point, the Millau Viaduct over the River Tarn in this nation is the world's tallest bridge
    $400 23
In 2014 Calvin Harris got the club turnt up with a song that went, "When I met you in" this season
    $400 25
This temporary structure supports workers doing repairs on a building
    DD: $4,000 19
The largest living monitor lizard shares its name with this island in the middle of the Indonesian archipelago
    $800 20
In 1850 Herman Melville wrote an essay on this author's short stories, including "Young Goodman Brown"
    $800 27
The "Mond Crucifixion" by this angelic Italian Renaissance artist was painted around 1502 when he was only 19
    $800 21
Fearing a Japanese invasion, regiments of this military group built a 1,500-mile highway in Alaska & Canada in 8 months in 1942
    $800 22
He went solo from his brothers for his 2014 hit "Jealous"
    $800 24
A circle enclosing the letters bf is a proofreaders' mark meaning to set text in this kind of type
    $1200 13
Paintings by postcolonial artist Moké that depict this country include "Kinshasa at Noon" & "Mitterrand and Mobutu"
    DD: $2,000 7
In jail Mahatma Gandhi would often read a copy of this 1849 Thoreau essay for inspiration
    $1200 17
For Luna Luna, an art amusement park, Keith Haring designed a carousel & this fellow graffiti artist, a Ferris wheel
    $1200 16
This glass cantilever bridge overhanging the Grand Canyon by 70 feet is so strong it could support 70 747 planes
    $1200 5
In 2014 this rapper released "Fancy" alongside Charli XCX & took inspiration from "Clueless" for the song's music video
    $1200 1
It's the person who purchased an insurance contract
    $1600 12
The city's rep as the "salsa capital" has many people going (going) back (back) to Cali (Cali) in this country
    $1600 9
His satirical 1729 essay "A Modest Proposal" suggested poverty in Ireland could be lessened by killing & eating the children of the poor
    $1600 14
From 1612 to 1614 this Cretan-born artist painted the "Adoration of the Shepherds" for his own burial chapel
    $1600 15
This dam across the Columbia River created Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, a reservoir of more than 9 million acre-feet
    $1600 4
This EDM duo with great "American Spirit" had a "Lucky Strike" with the addictive hit "#Selfie"
    $1600 2
An exhaust kind of this car part funnels gases away from the cylinders
    $2000 18
Uganda's Murchison Falls on the Victoria branch, the uppermost part of this river, is about 250 north of Kampala
    $2000 10
"Death is stronger than I am", this British woman wrote in "The Death of the Moth", published the year after she took her own life
    $2000 11
In contrast to the thick impasto of her contemporaries in this 2-word style, Helen Frankenthaler used a technique called "soak-stain"
    $2000 6
100,000 gulag prisoners with picks & shovels built the White Sea-Baltic Canal, which empties into this gulf, an arm of the Baltic
    $2000 3
This singer's "Wiggle" featured Snoop Dogg & a catchy hook made by a toy flute purchased from Party City
    $2000 8
Tips to do this from include create a script, use a local number & keep the conversation personable

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Paul Amy
$8,600 $9,400 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Decorated with an illustration of the Montgolfiers' craft, the smoking room aboard this could be accessed only via an airlock

Final scores:

Mark Paul Amy
$9,401 $17,201 $18,900
3rd place: $2,000 2nd place: $3,000 New champion: $18,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Paul Amy
$11,600 $9,400 $17,200
14 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
3 W
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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Game tape date: 2024-03-13
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