Show #9116 - Monday, June 3, 2024

Adriana Harmeyer game 4.


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Carol Ritchey, a retired letter carrier from Eastpointe, Michigan

Matthew Kahn, an IP docketing assistant from San Diego, California

Adriana Harmeyer, an archivist from West Lafayette, Indiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $71,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Ken: Two 2-letter words combined to make the word you'll give.)
    $200 16
This document said George III "has made judges dependent on his will alone" & imposed taxes "without our consent"
    $200 20
In medieval times a fletcher made these items used in conjunction with the objects made by a bowyer
    $200 2
"The Diary of a Young Girl"
    $200 25
Seneca Village was a 19th century settlement of Black landowners that was torn down to build this urban park
    $200 1
To exist (or not to exist, that is the question) + a commercial, for short = a small, round stone threaded on a wire
    $200 5
A Beatles song was born when Paul McCartney's driver said he'd been very, very busy working this calendrical impossibility
    $400 17
The 1928 act creating this project said it was for the "protection and development of the Colorado River basin"
    $400 21
Originally, these people were employed to drive a bunch of horses; now, it's a union with serious drive & not one to be messed with
    $400 3
"The Cat in the Hat",
"On the Road"
    $400 26
Stay on the Downtown 6 to catch glimpses of the old station named for this building where Eric Adams works
    $400 9
A singular Santa laugh
a chopping tool with a long handle =
a trick
    $400 6
Weird Al wanted to parody this Prince song by turning the year into an infomercial sales price, as in "For Only...!"
    $600 18
On June 5, 1944 he issued a printed order to Allied troops to "bring about the destruction of the German war machine"
    $600 22
It's the job of one who reads the lessons during a church service & very much not "I ate his liver with some fava beans"
    $600 4
"Valley of the Dolls",
"The Andromeda Strain"
    $600 28
Established in 1837 & famed for a cut of steak, this N.Y. restaurant is credited as the 1st to serve eggs Benny & lobster Newburg
    $600 10
"A long, long way to run" in a "Sound of Music" song
Spanish for "of"
to dim
    $600 13
In a 1978 No. 1 hit, the Commodores sang, "You're once... twice..." this title
    DD: $2,500 19
The signers of this document pledged to "covenant and combine ourselves together into a civil body politick"
    $800 23
A psephologist studies these events; general ones generally happen every 2 years
    $800 7
"The World According to Garp",
"Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas"
    $800 29
The Grand Concourse, a wide thoroughfare with tree-lined medians, is known as this Parisian street of the Bronx
    $800 11
A word that can follow "make" +
I, in objective case
a type of sports venue
    $800 14
The Proclaimers proclaimed quite Scottishly their intention to walk this many miles; guess 804.672 km didn't scan
    $1000 27
This 1890 legislation called itself "an act to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies"
    $1000 24
"A" is for this female owner of a tavern who, you might say, is married to her job
    $1000 8
"Mrs. Dalloway",
"Lady Chatterley's Lover"
    $1000 30
A plaque at 65th & 3rd honors this spy who was hanged by the British on September 22, 1776
    $1000 12
A math term &/or a Greek letter
a Britishism for "thanks!"
a form of bread
    $1000 15
Regarding this Meat Loaf song, it's a yes on wanting you & needing you, but loving you... Oo, sorry! Now don't be sad, 'cause...

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

Adriana Matthew Carol
$2,800 $3,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adriana Matthew Carol
$6,600 $5,200 $7,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
With an area of more than 300,000 square miles, this North American bay covers more than 3 times the area of the Great Lakes combined
    $400 11
Pediatrician Jane Aronson has encouraged people to do this; she got her own 2 young'uns from Vietnam & Ethiopia
    $400 13
The European this bird, also known as the redbreast, sings all year; its spring song is more powerful & upbeat
    $400 10
Gwyneth Paltrow launched this brand "from her kitchen as a homespun weekly newsletter"
    $400 7
Cleared by the FAA in 2021, the Terrafugia Transition is this, wished for by so many in bumper-to-bumper traffic
    $400 2
An A.P. article about this habit says, "for many New Yorkers, crossing the street... against the light is a way of life"
    $800 15
Zambia's lowest point is this river that separates the country from Zimbabwe & also begins with "Z"
    $800 20
In 1999 this mogul & then-wife Melinda founded the Millennium Scholars Program for minority students
    $800 16
A variant of the idiom "you can't get blood from a stone" is "you can't get blood from" this root vegetable
    $800 27
Jessica Alba co-founded this authentically named company that sells household products with natural ingredients
    $800 8
In 1926 Charles Lindbergh was an airmail pilot flying the route between Chicago & this city whose name he'd later take aloft
    $800 3
A plan or team that comes together does this--with a J, more properly than a G
    $1200 21
The French call it Pas de Calais; the English call it this
    $1200 24
This actor whose food company provides for kids' charities joked that "The salad dressing is outgrossing my films"
    $1200 17
Its colorful iridescence, like in certain feathers, give the mineral bornite the nickname this bird ore
    $1200 28
In 2022, Rhode skincare brand was launched by this model & daughter of Stephen Baldwin
    $1200 9
In 1914 Tiny Broadwick (she was 3 lbs. at birth) cut a tangled parachute line & made the 1st of these alliterative jumps
    $1200 4
An X-Men comic book character bears this name that comes from a title of Krishna
    $1600 22
An active volcano lies within this country's Taal Lake, which itself occupies a caldera
    $1600 25
In 1905 he published a book on Johann Sebastian Bach & then headed to French Equatorial Africa to build his hospital
    $1600 18
This common sulfide mineral derives its name from the Greek word for "fire", so straighten up &...
    $1600 29
Kim Kardashian started this brand to create shapewear to match different skin tones
    $1600 12
After many transatlantic crossings, the Hindenburg crashed & burned while landing at Lakehurst in this U.S. state
    DD: $4,000 5
This word for a lamentation full of complaints references an Old Testament prophet
    DD: $7,600 23
The Sinai Peninsula lies between 2 gulfs, the Gulf of Suez on the west & this one on the east
    $2000 26
In 1968 this sister of JFK founded the Special Olympics; her son Timothy Shriver now chairs the organization
    $2000 19
Rock salt is also known by this 6-letter name
    $2000 30
UN/DN LAQR is a nail polish brand by Colson Baker, aka this rapper who shares his name with a gangster
    $2000 14
It's the avian nickname for the SR-71 reconnaissance aircraft that could hit 2,200 miles per hour & an altitude above 85,000 feet
    $2000 6
With a name meaning "new soldier", this elite Ottoman corps ceased to be in 1826 after they rebelled against military changes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adriana Matthew Carol
$22,600 $6,000 $5,900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the Seven Sisters colleges, this one located in a place of the same name is the farthest south

Final scores:

Adriana Matthew Carol
$20,200 $4,000 $100
4-day champion: $91,800 2nd place: $3,000 3rd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Adriana Matthew Carol
$20,200 $6,000 $11,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2024-05-06
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