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    $1200 23
In advice to new Eagle Scouts, this Eagle Scout & host of "Dirty Jobs" wrote, "A scout is clean, but not afraid to get dirty"
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Show #8289 - Thursday, November 26, 2020

Ryan Hemmel game 2.

Contestants

Aaron Fernandez, a freelance editor originally from Santa Cruz, California

Zack Jones, a law student from Fountain Valley, California

Ryan Hemmel, a legal technology professional from Los Angeles, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $20,001)

Jeopardy! Round

TV SPORTS MIX
ART & ARTISTS
MORE THAN ONE MEANING
CRIME & PUNISHMENT TALK
IT'S LIKE MAINE
ON YOUR WEDDING DAY
    $200 1
Part 6 of Ken Burns' documentary about this sport is appropriately titled "The National Pastime"
    $200 12
Robert Delaunay introduced vibrant color into Cubism & is known for his series of paintings of this French structure
    $200 11
Unvarying, or a horse house
    $200 4
To be sent to "the hole" while in prison is to get this extra type of punishment
    $200 26
The metro area of this city in Maine has 66,000 people; the same-named city in Oregon has 2.2 million
    $200 21
A true MVP, an unwed M.O.H., short for this, plans the bridal shower, answers guest queries & yes, hits the dance floor!
    $400 2
This documentary series follows the Chicago Bulls during their 1997-98 title run, their sixth in the decade
    $400 13
Some scholars suggest that Leonardo da Vinci disguised himself as a woman for this portrait aka "La Gioconda"
    $400 3
A final resting place, or serious & dire, like a final resting place
    $400 5
The Eighth Amendment forbids "excessive" this; the cash type has been eliminated in some jurisdictions
    $400 27
In 2012 one of these critters caught off Rockland was 27 pounds with "all the weight... in the claws"...mmmm
    $400 22
marthastewart.com says if you don't go for tossing this item, maybe hand it to the couple wed the longest
    $600 16
This state's Dillon Panthers were the focus of "Friday Night Lights"
    $600 14
Mauritshuis, a museum in this seat of Dutch government, is home to "Girl with a Pearl Earring" & "The Goldfinch"
    $600 9
A body of water with port facilities, or to give shelter to a fugitive
    $600 6
It used to mean pleasantness of weather; today it means mercy, such as a pardon, by a political leader
    $600 28
"B" aware that Maine's tiny international airport in this city handles hundreds of unexpected flight diversions
    $600 23
Pres. speechwriter David Litt said for a speech by the guy with this title, keep things positive & don't upstage the newlyweds
    $800 17
Ontario locals in the comedy "Letterkenny" go to "pracky", meaning practice for this sport
    $800 15
Berthe Morisot's brother-in-law, he influenced the Impressionists with works like "Luncheon on the Grass"
    $800 10
Clamor, or what you strike a shuttlecock with
    $800 7
A 1986 law criminalized this activity, routing money through third parties to hide the illicit source
    $800 29
A Maine-stay in the clothing business, he said, "Outdoor recreation, such as hunting & camping, has added years to my life" of 94 years
    $800 24
Watch out if the small child with this 2-word job of toting small items down the aisle mutters about "My precious"
    $1000 18
On this HBO show Dwayne Johnson played former gridiron star turned financial manager Spencer Strasmore
    DD: $1,800 19
This artist called his New York studio "The Factory"
    $1000 20
A yarn-interlacing machine, or to impend, perhaps on the horizon
    $1000 8
Going "up the river" originally meant being sent to this prison north on the Hudson River from New York City
    $1000 30
Cape Porpoise & Goose Rocks Beach are part of this town that George Bush's family called (summer) home
    $1000 25
A page boy may carry this item trailing behind the bride but someone else "floofs" it at the altar

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

Ryan Zack Aaron
$2,400 $200 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Zack Aaron
$6,200 $4,800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5th CENTURY RAIDER?
BIG ADJECTIVES
MOVIE QUOTES
BESTSELLING NONFICTION
ZOOLOGY
EAGLE SCOUTS
    $400 8
Around 420 Irish raids on Britain carried off corn, cattle & this young future Irish super-saint
    $400 9
It comes before "Mouse" in the name of an animated character of great strength & courage
    $400 12
An animated hit: "Maui always has time for his fans"
    $400 30
Duane Chapman, aka this, the title of an A&E show, was a No. 1 bestselling author in 2007 with "You Can Run But You Can't Hide"
    $400 2
Pigs wallow in the mud to cool themselves because they don't have functional ones of these glands in their skin
    $400 1
On his way to Eagle Scout, this future "Jaws" director made a short film to earn his photography merit badge
    $800 5
In what's now this country, Emperor Skanda Gupta battled raids by the Hunas (Huns, but further east)
    $800 10
This adjective was used to designate the head inquisitor in 15th century Spain
    $800 4
Episode III.V? "I'm one with the force, the force is with me"
    $800 29
"Say Nothing" by Patrick Radden Keefe examines the historic "Troubles" in this smallest of the 4 U.K. political divisions
    $800 11
Like cows, goats & sheep also have this suspended organ that produces milk
    $800 13
For 3 months this wealthy ex-mayor & Eagle Scout was a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination
    $1200 6
These non-Angles came to Britain at the invitation of King Vortigern, who was trying to stop raiding by the Picts
    $1200 16
This big adjective can also be the military rank below lt. colonel
    $1200 15
"Okay, let me tell you the difference between Facebook & everybody else: we don't crash ever!"
    $1200 19
Here's a "Post"--this author & commentator from Greece topped the list in 2014 with "Thrive"
    $1200 3
It's the term for when a whale jumps out of the water, though scientists aren't sure why they do it
    $1200 23
In advice to new Eagle Scouts, this Eagle Scout & host of "Dirty Jobs" wrote, "A scout is clean, but not afraid to get dirty"
    DD: $2,000 7
In 439 the Vandals captured this African city, once Rome's rival, & used it as a base for raids across the Mediterranean
    $1600 17
This adjective was also the name of an elephant owned by P.T. Barnum
    $1600 21
"Here we go, Wilson! You don't have to worry about anything, I'll do all the paddling"
    $1600 14
The inspirational "Can't Hurt Me" is by David Goggins, an endurance athlete & retired one of these elite members of the Navy
    DD: $5,400 20
Stony corals build up their skeletons by drawing in this metallic element from saltwater & secreting limestone around their bodies
    $1600 24
In 1982 William DeVries was way past a first aid merit badge when he implanted the first permanent artificial this in a patient
    $2000 22
Attila raided his way deep into the Balkans & was only stopped at this pass where the Persians were stopped in the 400s B.C.
    $2000 18
This adjective comes from ancient statues, like the one depicting the sun god Helios & said to be more than 100 feet high
    $2000 28
"Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary"
    $2000 27
British soldiers accused of the Boston Massacre needed a defense lawyer, & this future pres. "Under Fire" tells the tale
    $2000 26
The equivalent of a human knuckle, this "F word" is the protruding joint at the back of a horse's leg above the hoof
    $2000 25
This current Supreme Court justice, appointed by Clinton, was already an Eagle Scout at age 12

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Zack Aaron
$24,400 $14,400 $13,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS WORDS
This sacred syllable is sometimes said to be composed of sounds representing Vishnu, Shiva & Brahma

Final scores:

Ryan Zack Aaron
$28,801 $27,401 $26,000
2-day champion: $48,802 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ryan Zack Aaron
$20,600 $13,600 $12,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $46,800

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