Suggest correction - #8134 - 2020-01-09

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    $400 6
Lyndon Johnson accepted the 1964 Democratic nomination in this city's Boardwalk Hall

Show #8134 - Thursday, January 9, 2020


Katie Needle, a retail supervisor from Brooklyn, New York

Claire Henner, a corporate recruiter from Chicago, Illinois

Lisa Warne-Magro, a homemaker and community volunteer from Austin, Texas (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $24,500)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
A restaurant was named for this singer's "Cheeseburger in Paradise"
    $200 11
The pressure of one of these might be low based on the light seen here
    $200 21
In an Irish tale, clever Tom captures this title magical creature who promises to bring him wealth, but deceives him instead
    $200 16
This colorful women's magazine once had sister magazines Blue Book & Green Book
    $200 1
A dramatic play in which the main character is brought to ruin in an unhappy ending
    $200 6
Adding this letter before "OK" dates back to a NASA official misunderstanding Alan Shepard during his first flight
    $400 26
According to this lead singer, "Paradise City" is where "the grass is green & the girls are pretty"
    $400 12
The temperature of this liquid has gotten too high
    $400 22
Childe Rowland, youngest son of this legendary monarch of Britain, saves his sister & brothers from an elf king
    $400 17
Sports Illustrated has a yearly swimsuit edition; this competing mag is going online-only but will still print its Body Issue
    $400 2
A word that means the same as another word
    $400 7
The legislature of N.M., the home state of Clyde Tombaugh, has decreed this body to be a planet when it passes over the state
    $600 27
"Do you love me? Will you love me forever?" are lyrics in this singer's "Paradise By The Dashboard Light"
    $600 13
There is a fault in this system if the light stays on
    $600 23
Made famous by Walt Disney, this student uses magic while his teacher is away, leading to loads of trouble
    $600 18
This 66-year-old magazine offers a section for shows on Netflix, Hulu & Amazon called "Stream It!"
    $600 3
A wound, or the psychological damage it causes
    $600 8
In an annual competition, you toss a fish west over the state line from Florida to this state
    $800 28
"We keep spending most our lives livin' in a gangsta's paradise" on a hit by this rapper
    $800 14
The glow plug in this type of engine is not hot enough to ignite the fuel
    $800 24
In this folk tale, the title barnyard trio faces off against a troll under a bridge
    DD: $1,600 19
Founded in 1922, this magazine sold longer versions of its condensed articles to other magazines
    $800 4
An absolute ruler; in ancient Greece it was one who seized power illegally
    $800 9
The name of this weasel relative can mean "to clear out"; in 1971 Fermilabs used one to clean the tubes of a particle accelerator
    $1000 29
"Dark Paradise" is a song on her album "Born To Die"
    $1000 30
This lamp should only be on if visibility is reduced
    $1000 25
The opera "Rusalka", about a water nymph who longs to be human, is partly based on this fairy tale by H.C. Andersen
    $1000 20
Founded in 1885, this magazine established an institute to test consumer goods, which might get its seal of approval
    $1000 5
The science of determining a tree's age by looking at its growth rings
    $1000 10
Made from this 4-letter wood from India, the HMS Trincomalee is the oldest British warship still afloat

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

Lisa Claire Katie
$800 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Claire Katie
$4,800 $4,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
A risk factor for liver cancer is a chronic infection with the B- or C-type of this virus
    $400 19
I'd like to thank the Recording Academy for handing out these awards, first presented in 1959
    $400 6
Lyndon Johnson accepted the 1964 Democratic nomination in this city's Boardwalk Hall
    $400 26
In 1991 Helmut Kohl appointed her Minister for Women & Youth
    $400 1
Remember: "A", for the city that is the official seat of government in a state; "O", for a state legislature building
    $400 11
In 1991, 87-year-old Sir John played this "Tempest" magician, saying it was the only Shakespeare role he was the right age for
    $800 17
An itching sensation in the chest can signal an attack of this, in which bronchioles narrow
    $800 22
Warren E. Burger founded this body's historical society & served as its first honorary chairman
    $800 7
This Nevada city bears the name of John C. Fremont's scout
    $800 27
This nation's President Dr. Arif Alvi was born in 1949, 2 years after his country achieved independence
    $800 2
A small piece of land in the sea, or a theater walkway
    $800 13
For this 1953 film Gielgud coached a nervous Marlon Brando, playing Mark Antony, on how to read The Bard's lines
    $1200 18
You can apply a warm compress to this small abscess on the edge of the eyelid that's also called a hordeolum
    DD: $3,000 23
After stopping a carriage driver from beating his horse, Henry Bergh founded the org. known by these 5 letters for short
    $1200 8
This is the only city that has "City" in its NBA team's full name
    $1200 28
This media tycoon served as Italy's prime minister 3 times
    $1200 3
A dull person can become exciting as a South African of Dutch extraction
    $1200 14
In 1965 John played Henry IV in "Chimes at Midnight" with Orson Welles in this part that suited him physically
    $1600 20
Red blood cells should be round but instead are crescent shaped in this type of anemia
    $1600 24
This organization, the IMF, was created in the 1940s to promote global trade & to secure financial stability
    $1600 9
It's home to the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
    $1600 29
The son of Greek & Hungarian immigrants, he was the president of France from 2007 to 2012
    $1600 4
A verb meaning to shrivel, or an old adverb meaning "Where to?"
    $1600 15
John played Clarence when this other great 20th century Shakespearean actor directed "Richard III" in 1955
    $2000 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) Osteoarthritis involves the breakdown of the cartilage that's between joints. Inflammation of the membranes that lubricate the joints causes damage in this other type of arthritis
    $2000 25
"Do Good" is the motto of this women's fraternity whose name has the same initials as its motto
    DD: $2,000 10
Midwest news: in 1886 Wyandotte changed its name to this city; across the border, what was once Westport did the same in 1889
    $2000 30
After an attack at 2 mosques in this city, PM Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand banned most semi-automatic weapons in 2019
    $2000 5
Breezy, or a hawk's nest
    $2000 16
1981 was the year of Gielgud's Oscar-winning turn as this character's butler

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Claire Katie
$18,000 $4,400 $20,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1892 Francisca Rojas became the world's first person convicted on the basis of this kind of evidence

Final scores:

Lisa Claire Katie
$18,000 $1 $36,001
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $36,001

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Lisa Claire Katie
$19,200 $4,400 $18,200
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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