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    $1600 27
WHAM! took the top spot in 1985 with "Careless Whisper"; 3 years later this singer had "Faith"
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Show #8308 - Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Originally slated to air 2020-12-23.

Contestants

Yoshie Hill, an executive assistant from Colma, California

Jared Blum, an anesthesiologist from Bellingham, Washington

Manisha Munshi, an attorney from San Francisco, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $7,100)

Jeopardy! Round

ALL ABOUT ADAM & EVE
"ME" TV
YOUR GOVERNMENT AT WORK
4,4
(Alex: Each correct response--two four-letter words.)
INSPECTOR
GADGET
    $200 1
In Genesis, Eve is made from Adam's rib; God forms Adam out of this "of the ground" & tells him unto it "shalt thou return"
    $200 3
From 1992 to 1999 you could visit this title "Place" on Fox
    $200 17
In August 2020 Louis DeJoy, holder of this job, said his organization was ready to handle whatever volume of election mail
    $200 21
With this obligation of citizenship, you are asked to serve on a panel with 11 of your peers
    $200 26
Inspector Japp of this famed London police force helps Hercule Poirot in cases including "Lord Edgware Dies"
    $200 4
Introduced in 1989, the GRiDPad was the first of these portable computers that are now smaller & slimmer than laptops
    $400 2
This synonym for the Garden of Eden or any ideal place is from an ancient Persian word meaning "enclosed park"
    $400 5
Chuck Todd hosts this longest-running show on network television
    $400 20
Every 5 years, not 10, the National Agricultural Statistics Service takes this count of farms & farmers
    $400 22
This type of vessel offers some refreshment
    $400 9
The fully automatic AT-LP60X one of these from Audio-Technica lists for less than $100; time to break out those old 45s
    $600 6
A snake is a snake, except for the one Eve meets called this in the King James version
    $600 14
Rachael Ray began making them on Food Network in 2001
    $600 13
Federal prisoners whose crimes were after 1987 can't get this, but a commission reviews the cases of those still eligible
    $600 23
Fort Hamilton in New York, for example
    $600 10
No more cords! These Pro earbuds from Apple are wireless, noise-cancelling & water resistant
    $800 7
The forbidden fruit that Adam & Eve are not to eat grows on this tree
    $800 15
This series starts with Linda Cardellini & Christina Applegate meeting in a grief support group & becoming friends
    DD: $2,800 18
In 2020 Charles Q. Brown got this 3-word title for the Air Force & is the 1st African-American general to lead a military branch
    $800 24
A different type of crop is harvested at this type of establishment
    $800 11
The Blunt XL one of these is able to withstand rain & winds of up to 60 mph thanks to its high-density fabric & tensioning system
    $1000 8
After God expelled Adam & Eve from the garden, he placed these second-highest angels to the east of Eden to guard it
    $1000 16
Flower & Mozart were 2 of the title "kats" of the manor on this docudrama
    $1000 19
The Bureau of Labor Statistics produces the CPI, this index that confirms yes, groceries are getting pricier
    $1000 25
This French phrase for a persistent thought was used in psychology for an irrational obsession
    $1000 12
The V11 Torque Drive cordless vacuum from this company promises 60 minutes of use without needing to recharge

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

Manisha Jared Yoshie
$1,400 $2,600 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Manisha Jared Yoshie
$3,000 $2,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEAK AT THE MOUNTAINS
A PLANT-BASED DIET
BILLBOARD NO. 1 SONG OF THE YEAR
19th CENTURY AMERICA
CAVEAT SCULPTOR
THAT'S SO "G-Q"
(Alex: Each correct response will include those two letters in that order.)
    $400 30
East of Santiago, Chile, Mount Tupungato is a 22,000-foot peak in this range
    $400 13
If you're pursuing an eggplant-based diet, try this Middle Eastern spread that is similar to hummus
    $400 24
"Boom Boom Pow" by this "leguminous" group satisfied onomatopoeic musical cravings in 2009
    $400 29
In April 1877 Pres. Hayes withdrew federal troops from Louisiana, officially ending this post-Civil-War period
    $400 4
It took three years from 1501 to 1504 for the marble work here to be completed by this artist, but we'd say it was worth the time
    $400 18
When it comes to mental ability, I.Q. stands for this
    $800 23
Rising 19,340 feet along the East African Rift system is this peak of Tanzania
    $800 14
Vegetarians, skip the egg roll & go for this, the other roll on the Panda Express appetizer menu
    $800 25
"Girls hit your hallelujah" for this 2015 collaboration between Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars
    $800 10
In 1801 this cotton gin inventor demonstrated his idea for interchangeable parts for guns
    $800 5
Sir George Frampton did the statue of this J.M. Barrie character that's in Kensington Gardens
    $800 19
Adjective meaning repulsively ugly & distorted
    $1200 1
The Sawatch Range of this mountain system includes peaks like Mount Elbert
    $1200 15
The Kellogg Co. owns the brand called these "Farms" known for black bean burgers
    $1200 26
Not the similarly named video app, this song made it to the top in 2010 for Ke$ha
    $1200 7
An 1842 attempt to move public records (& the capital) back to Houston caused the Texas Archives War in this city
    $1200 6
In a 15th century marble statue & a relief, Donatello depicted this saint "Killing the Dragon"
    $1200 20
A chamber music ensemble consisting of 2 violins, a viola & a cello
    DD: $2,000 2
The border between these 2 countries goes right down the middle of a room in the Hotel Arbez in the Jura Mountains
    $1600 16
What Europeans call semolina pudding, we call this "Cream" eaten at breakfast
    $1600 27
WHAM! took the top spot in 1985 with "Careless Whisper"; 3 years later this singer had "Faith"
    $1600 8
For some reason the Anti-Masonic Party chose onetime Freemason William Wirt to challenge this incumbent president in 1832
    $1600 11
In 1904 this Danish-American sculptor who later thought much bigger in South Dakota gave us "Mares of Diomedes"
    $1600 21
This rodent with a 2-word name glides between trees using a furry membrane that stretches from wrist to ankle
    $2000 3
Mount Mitchell in the Black Mountains of North Carolina is the tallest peak in this range
    $2000 17
The delights of tapioca come from this root
    $2000 28
"All the boys they say que soy buena" when they hear this tune, tops from 1996
    DD: $3,000 9
In 1857 this monthly magazine with an oceanic name was founded in Boston; it moved to D.C. 150 years later
    $2000 12
In 1884 this great French sculptor was commissioned to create "The Burghers of Calais"
    $2000 22
This Native American language group is used along the East Coast from Canada to the Carolinas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Manisha Jared Yoshie
$13,400 $8,200 $13,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

BLOCKBUSTER MOVIES
Released in 2017, this movie is the highest-grossing film in the U.S. that's set during World War I

Final scores:

Manisha Jared Yoshie
$0 $2,599 $6,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $6,800

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Manisha Jared Yoshie
$13,400 $13,600 $13,800
20 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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