Show #9091 - Monday, April 29, 2024

Amy Hummel game 4.


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Kirsten Lundquist, a product marketer from Burlington, Vermont

Ferdinand Percentie, a day trader from Altamonte Springs, Florida

Amy Hummel, an ER doctor from Milwaukee, Wisconsin (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,195)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
The Joad more traveled; spoiler! Grampa & Granma don't finish the trip; life ain't peachy
    $200 4
A single dot in Braille represents this letter
    $200 30
The ice cream machine at this fast food chain was working in 1990s Russia when the 1st one there served a line of 30k people
    $200 28
As its Greek prefix suggests, ergonomics deals with injuries related to this
    $200 24
One statute mile is equal to this number of feet
    $200 27
"Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test"
    $400 14
Y'know, I think that portrait's crooked; man, you look great! What's your secret?; what's Wilde is that it's Oscar's only novel
    $400 19
The proper way to address the pope--if you ever were to meet him--is with this 2-word salutation
    $400 9
A 2009 Florida Times-Union article said shoppers for this November day "began camping out Wednesday night"--Wednesday!
    $400 29
This prefix meaning "star" works on its own as a name for a cartoon dog or a Houston ballplayer
    $400 23
On the pH scale anything that ranks less than 7 is considered this
    $400 26
"You're welcome! For the tides, the sun, the sky... you're welcome! I'm just an ordinary demi-guy"
    $600 10
An island prison, an island treasure; the main guy loses his Mercédès; revenge is served extremely cold
    $600 6
From the Greek for "to hear", it's the science of sound, including its transmission & reception
    $600 7
Watch for the costumed Elmos while waiting on line at this Times Square booth for discounts on Broadway shows
    $600 11
In front of "structure", this 5-letter prefix means underneath
    $600 20
In geometry this type of angle is greater than 90 degrees but less than 180
    $600 16
"When hearts are high, the time will fly, so whistle while you work" (& put those dishes in the tub, woodland animals!)
    $800 12
Get your Wharton MBA; Newland Archer aims for a new romance; well, that certainly was a time &/or era
    $800 5
Autocue is another name for this device used by some on-camera talent
    $800 8
In 2012 a viral photo showed a "conga line" of climbers moving up the Lhotse face on this mountain
    $800 3
Meaning "many", this prefix is found in front of -amorous or -hedron
    $800 21
Introduced by Einstein in 1905, it's been called "the most famous equation in the world"
    $800 1
"I'm in the mood to help you, dude, you ain't never had a friend like me"
    DD: $1,000 13
Colorful in so many ways; Civil War is hell; Henry, don't be a hero
    $1000 17
Over 200 years old, this debating society brings lively discussion (hopefully with British manners) to Oxford University
    $1000 18
A doorman who worked the line at this defunct disco said, "It was inclusive of people who were of that moment in Manhattan"
    $1000 15
Meaning "without fertilization ", this prefix is found in front of -genesis in a long scientific word
    $1000 22
By definition negative numbers are ones that are this, also the title of a novel & film
    $1000 2
"De Bogotá hasta palenque me fui con toda la gente"

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

Amy Ferdinand Kirsten
$2,600 $1,200 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Ferdinand Kirsten
$3,400 $3,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Not this Italian Renaissance man's most famous work in the museum, "Saint Anne" is in the Grande Galerie
    $400 24
It's an arranged marriage for spies Donald Glover & Maya Erskine in this series based on a 2005 film
    $400 30
Officially, Puerto Rico is a U.S. this, a term also used by Massachusetts & Virginia
    $400 25
Brazil's emperor Pedro II was on hand when he demonstrated his telephone at the Philadelphia exhibition in 1876
    $400 29
Though she doesn't look it, this character is turning 50 in 2024
    $400 28
It's a person who fishes with a hook, line & rod
    $800 14
Louvre visitors might jog over to "The Winged Victory of Samothrace", honoring this Greek goddess
    $800 23
The final season of "The Crown" starred her as Queen Elizabeth II
    $800 26
Australia's territories include this island named for a December 1643 sighting
    $800 15
He escaped on a British ship, leaving John André to be hanged; unpopular in America & Britain, he'd die in London in 1801
    $800 27
June 12, 1924 is the birthday of this brand; you can use it to wipe away the happy tears you shed on its 100th
    $800 22
Seen here is an Arctic fox, a denizen of this frigid, treeless plain
    $1200 11
16th century tastemaker Isabella d'Este commissioned "The Combat of Love and" this restrained virtue; but which did Isabella favor
    $1200 20
Linda Cardellini & John Francis Daley attended William McKinley High School on this short-lived series
    $1200 6
The space center from which the European Space Agency launches rockets is located in this overseas territory of France
    $1200 8
In 1895 this Black educator said, "We can be as separate as the fingers, yet one as the hand in all things essential to mutual progress"
    $1200 7
Products released in 2024 to honor this toy's 50th include a retro one with '80s packaging & colors & a 3x3 sensory one
    $1200 21
Given for severe pain, the name of this drug comes from the Greek god of dreams
    DD: $4,000 12
A fresco featuring Venus by this 15th century Italian--not the only time he painted her--was rediscovered in 1873
    $1600 19
He played Thomas Cromwell in the TV adaptation of "Wolf Hall"
    $1600 9
Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines & a big neighbor all claim parts of the Spratly Islands in this directional sea
    $1600 4
Starting in 1758 Francis Lightfoot Lee served in this assembly in Colonial Virginia
    $1600 2
The "I" in the name of this automaker that's celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2024 originally stood for Italiana
    $1600 17
Pink eye is another name for this condition
    $2000 13
Watteau's portrait of this sad clown from commedia dell'arte once had the title "Gilles"
    $2000 18
Lee Pace starred as a man who could bring back the dead for a little while on this series whose title is slang for being dead
    DD: $5,000 10
This territory's Winston Churchill Ave. runs to its northern border; the Carretera de la Frontera is on the opposite side
    $2000 5
Did he sell the item that is his first name in his Georgia mercantile store? No idea, but he did sign the Declaration of Independence
    $2000 3
This posh London department store is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a teddy bear named Henry, after its founder
    $2000 16
An ancient region on the Balkan Peninsula, today it's divided among Greece, Turkey & Bulgaria

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Ferdinand Kirsten
$13,800 $21,600 $800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku has been called by this 2-word nickname that describes any dominant person or expert

Final scores:

Amy Ferdinand Kirsten
$27,599 $13,799 $1,600
4-day champion: $85,794 2nd place: $3,000 3rd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Ferdinand Kirsten
$13,800 $16,200 $800
20 R,
5 W
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
7 W
5 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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Game tape date: 2024-03-14
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