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    $2000 20
This 1998 movie named for Japanese mercenaries gets thrills out of a BMW & a Peugeot speeding through Paris
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Show #8288 - Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Ryan Hemmel game 1.

Contestants

Antonette Hrycyk, an 8th grade humanities teacher from San Diego, California

Ryan Hemmel, a legal technology professional from Los Angeles, California

Henry Baer, a software engineer from Lafayette, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $61,400)

Jeopardy! Round

OH, HELLO SONGS
____ THE ____
PUT IT IN THE CABINET DEPARTMENT
HISTORIC WOMEN
ALL A "BOARD"
WHERE'S THIS TRAIN HEADED?
    $200 26
In 2015 her song "Hello" became the first to sell a million downloads in the first week of release
    $200 1
To deal with the consequences of your actions is to dance & do this, give compense to a certain musician
    $200 11
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing
    $200 3
She was the first, & so far only, female prime minister of Israel
    $200 20
Diplomacy or Parcheesi, for example
    $200 25
The northern terminus of the Ethan Allen Express is at Rutland in this state
    $400 27
"You say goodbye, & I say hello... hello, hello" to one of the 3 chart-topping tunes by this band in 1967
    $400 2
Someone may be secretly controlling a situation from here, literally out of view of the theater audience
    $400 12
The U.S. Marshals Service
    DD: $1,000 4
Lady Jane Grey was proclaimed queen to keep the throne from this woman, who lived up to her nickname by having Jane executed
    $400 19
Made of compressed wood chips, it sounds like it's made of protons & neutrons
    $400 24
The Maple Leaf starts in this city & passes by the Finger Lakes region on its way to New York
    $600 28
In 1965 this duo began "The Sound Of Silence" with "Hello darkness, my old friend"
    $600 8
To complete a task within an allotted time, also the title of a TV game show
    $600 13
The Bureau of Land Management
    $600 5
A freed slave chose this name for herself because she felt a call to "travel up & down the land" to preach the word of God
    $600 18
Other '80s drivers knew a car had precious cargo when they saw a yellow, diamond-shaped sign with these 3 words
    $600 23
On its way from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest, the Empire Builder follows major portions of this pair's route
    $800 29
A No. 1 song by him asks, "Hello, is it me you're looking for?"
    $800 9
A "Twilight Zone" episode is named for this kids' game that's related to tag & hide & seek
    $800 14
The Food and Nutrition Service
    $800 6
In 1864 she was officially made superintendent of nurses for the Army of the James
    $800 17
Established in 1848, the CBOT is the Chicago this
    $800 22
The Lake Shore Limited runs from Chicago to Boston & New York along the southern shores of these 2 Great Lakes
    $1000 30
Not only did the Beastie Boys get "No Sleep Till" this borough, the group also said "Hello" to it as well
    $1000 10
In a declaration by David Farragut, this phrase preceded "full speed ahead!"
    $1000 15
The Bureau of Economic Analysis
    $1000 7
Immortalized in a bust, this ancient queen has a name meaning "a beautiful woman has come"
    $1000 16
The decision in this Supreme Court case was announced May 17, 1954
    $1000 21
The Amtrak line named for this mountain range gives passengers a great view of Mount St. Helens

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

Henry Ryan Antonette
$400 $3,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Henry Ryan Antonette
$3,400 $4,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

À LA CARTOGRAPHY
AUTHORS
GLOBAL CHEERS!
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
CHASE SCENES
A LETTER, THEN A WORD
    $400 29
Having trouble figuring out your map? Consult this table of symbols that could complete your "tale"
    $400 18
Virginia Woolf created Judith, this playwright's equally gifted sister, rejected by the London stage for being a woman
    $400 28
L'chaim means "to life" in this language
    $400 11
In 1921 Lynn Frazier of N.D.'s Nonpartisan League became the first U.S. governor to be removed via one of these elections
    $400 9
In "The Man with the Golden Gun", this hero performs a jump with a midair spiral; easy if you leave the ramp at just the right speed
    $400 30
It's the steak cut from the short loin that fits the category
    DD: $2,000 3
On Mercator maps these parallel lines get farther apart as they get more distant from the equator
    $800 14
Charles Dickens may have based Uriah Heep on this Danish author, who left a bad impression when he visited Dickens
    $800 26
In Spanish-speaking culture, this word for "health" is used when toasting
    $800 8
This league that sponsored the 1976, 1980 & 1984 U.S. presidential debates celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2020
    $800 15
He plays the nameless getaway driver in a Mustang who outduels a Chrysler in 2011's "Drive"
    $800 10
The letter on the name of these pre-packaged meals for WWII soldiers honors the last name of the Doctor who designed them
    $1200 2
"C" is for these lines on a map that join points of equal elevation
    $1200 13
In 2020 HBO took us to the "Country" named for this author, as Black travelers face vile monsters like those in his fiction
    $1200 25
Okole maluna, literally, "butt to the moon", is a Hawaiian translation of this English "cheers!"
    DD: $3,000 6
nul.org is the website for this organization that's been working for African Americans & civil rights since 1910
    $1200 27
"Now we got 'em!" says Sheriff Rosco during the car chase in the first episode of this series; no you don't
    $1200 4
Looking for a spouse of a certain faith? This website calls itself a "modern shidduch"
    $1600 1
It's a general term for maps used by ocean navigators; there's a book of these "& Coastal Views of Captain Cook's Voyages"
    $1600 5
In addition to satirical works, this one-named French enlightenment writer penned the 1723 epic poem "La Henriade"
    $1600 22
"I want'cha" basically rhymes with this traditional Irish toast
    $1600 7
In 1862 Ohio loyalists founded the Union League of America to oppose these "snaky" antiwar Northerners
    $1600 23
In 2020 the Mustang driven by this action star in the big chase in "Bullitt" was auctioned for $3.74 million
    $1600 16
Kellogg at Northwestern is one of these specialized academic institutions
    $2000 24
Mapmakers use altitude data from aneroid barometers, which get their numbers by measuring this
    $2000 19
In his "Devil's Dictionary" he said mayonnaise serves "the French in place of a state religion"
    $2000 21
This Japanese toast means "dry cup"
    $2000 12
Founded in Illinois in 1956, this now-international league that promotes breastfeeding has an alliterative Spanish name
    $2000 20
This 1998 movie named for Japanese mercenaries gets thrills out of a BMW & a Peugeot speeding through Paris
    $2000 17
The failure of these little rubber seals seems to be what doomed the Space Shuttle Challenger

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Henry Ryan Antonette
$10,000 $12,000 $4,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

SINGER/ACTRESSES
This California-born woman won a Best Leading Actress Academy Award in 1988, when she had 2 Top 20 hit songs

Final scores:

Henry Ryan Antonette
$9,201 $20,001 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $20,001 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Henry Ryan Antonette
$11,800 $11,400 $4,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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