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    $200 3
Goldie Hawn's
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Show #8322 - Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Brian Chang game 6.

Contestants

Gabriela Kaufman, a fashion buyer from San Francisco

Stephen Newman, an attorney originally from New Hartford, New York

Brian Chang, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois (5-day champion whose cash winnings total $116,503)

Jeopardy! Round

YOU CROSSED THE LINE
FINANCIAL SLANG
BAD TO THE BONE
3- OR 13-LETTER WORDS
HOBBIES & PASTIMES
HER BETTER HALF
    $200 28
...leaving Priozersk, off Russia's Lake Ladoga, for a trip west to this country
    $200 2
You aren't stubborn--you just think the market is going to rise if you are this animal-ish
    $200 26
Often formed in your joints, osteophytes, or bone these, project along the edges of your bones & are definitely not the fun cowboy kind
    $200 25
A solemn promise, like one for marriage
    $200 21
Bowling may require both skill & luck, especially when trying to pick up this numerical split aka bedposts
    $200 3
Goldie Hawn's
    $400 29
...motoring south from Nicaragua into this country with active volcanoes & a rich coast
    $400 20
In terms of clusters of hedge funds, Lower Hedgistan is in Manhattan & Upper Hedgistan is in Greenwich in this state
    $400 27
You're being very bad to your bones if you don't get enough of this "sunshine vitamin"; tuna, egg yolks & mushrooms are good sources
    $400 23
In the U.S., it's the anniversary to be celebrated in 2076
    $400 22
Votive wicks & paraffin wax are supplies used in this hobby that might go up in flames
    $400 4
Chrissy Teigen's
    $600 30
...going across Missouri's 300-mile long southern border with this state
    $600 12
The VIX, or this index, is also known as the "fear index" because it's a barometer of the risk in the market
    $600 13
Examination of this tissue in your bones can help diagnose leukemia & Gaucher disease
    $600 17
Really throwing her voice around, Darci Lynne won "America's Got Talent" performing as one of these
    $600 24
Grab your headlamp, we're going caving, aka this hobby of exploring caves
    $600 5
Calista Flockhart's
    $800 16
...trekking south, exiting Egypt to cross into this nation that's almost twice as vast
    $800 9
Traders use yard, short for "milliard" , to mean this very large number
    $800 14
Military recruits & runners are prone to this 6-letter fracture, a tiny crack in the bone from overuse
    $800 10
It's Latin for "road" or "way"
    $800 11
When enjoying birdwatching, you might get lucky & spot the Atlantic this seabird
    $800 6
Gisele Bundchen's
    $1000 18
...zipping east out of Alberta to enter this Canadian province
    $1000 1
This dark fowl is a term for a highly improbable but possible event, like the 2008 financial crisis
    $1000 15
Ouch! You broke this largest arm bone
    $1000 8
A Buddhist temple in Cambodia, like Angkor
    DD: $3,000 19
A ferroequinologist is a fancy name for someone who enjoys this hobby, also the name of a 1996 Ewan McGregor film
    $1000 7
Leslie Mann's

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

Brian Stephen Gabriela
$4,600 $3,600 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Stephen Gabriela
$6,800 $8,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TV-POURRI
INFO PLEASE
LOCATION
FICTIONAL BEINGS
CROSSWORD CLUES "D"
HISTORIC SURVIVORS
(Jeff Probst: I'm Jeff Probst with a category about real people who faced long odds & challenging conditions to become historical survivors.)
    $400 6
Cheryl Hines played Cheryl David, wife of Larry, on this HBO series
    $400 13
In 1879 the heart of this composer was sealed up in a Warsaw church
    $400 25
Clubs like the Whisky a Go Go & the Roxy are on "The Strip", this L.A. boulevard
    $400 20
In his travels, Gulliver meets the Houyhnhnms, a species of these that can talk
    $400 1
Predicament you might be caught on the horns of
(7)
    $400 2
(Jeff Probst presents the clue.) Blinded in an accident at the age of 3, he became a church organist & got a scholarship to the National Institute for Blind Children in Paris, where he went on to teach & develop the system of writing that's name for him
    $800 7
Before he was Mr. Big on "Sex and the City" & the bad husband to "The Good Wife", he was Detective Mike Logan on "Law & Order"
    $800 23
In the military 5 clicks means 5 of these measures of distance
    $800 26
The megabank Credit Suisse is headquartered in this city
    $800 19
Creatures in "The Lord of the Rings" include hobbits, dwarves & these, like Legolas
    $800 21
A steerable airship
(9)
    $800 3
(Jeff Probst presents the clue.) This great Italian tenor was staying at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco when the 1906 earthquake struck; he had performed in "Carmen" the previous night & woke to his room rocking like a boat on the sea
    $1200 8
Nick Offerman played this gruff but lovable mustachioed character on "Parks and Recreation"
    $1200 28
The king of Morocco mainly lives in Dar al-Makhzen palace in this city
    DD: $9,600 14
The presentation of this trophy each Dec. used to be at NYC's Downtown Athletic Club; in 2005 it moved to the PlayStation Theater
    DD: $8,000 18
In "Bitten" Jeremy Danvers is one of these creatures of legend & the alpha of his pack
    $1200 15
Ghostly twin
(12)
    $1200 5
(Jeff Probst presents the clue.) Though cold & tired when she reached the "Carpathia" from a Titanic lifeboat, she realized that some women had lost everything, so she rallied first-class passengers & raised $10,000 before the "Carpathia" reached New York; she was unsinkable indeed
    $1600 9
Brent Spiner played this beloved android on "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
    $1600 29
This marsupial that includes a "hairy-nosed" type has an extra-tough butt to protect it when burrowing headfirst
    $1600 12
Established in 1850, this private eye agency whose motto is "We never sleep" has its main office on Main St. in Ann Arbor, Mich.
    $1600 16
In "Peter Pan" some of these beings are jealous of Wendy & try to pull her into the water
    $1600 11
A large monkey, or a boring tool
(5)
    $1600 22
(Jeff Probst presents the clue.) This Austrian race car driver had expressed safety concerns about the 1976 Grand Prix race in which he crashed horrifically; though given last rites, he only missed two events that season & would go on to win two more F1 Grand Prix titles
    $2000 10
This actor did some skilled driving on TV as P.I. Jim Rockford
    $2000 30
In Deuteronomy Moses names this successor, whose name is on the next book
    $2000 27
Part of the Appalachians, these mountains famous for hotels like Kutsher's are between the Mohawk & Hudson Rivers
    $2000 17
Sir Gawain doesn't just do battle with the Green Knight, but also with these creatures called "worms"
    $2000 4
It's the "better part of valor"
(10)
    $2000 24
(Jeff Probst presents the clue.) This 1936 Olympian enlisted when World War II broke out; in 1943, his plane crashed into the ocean, & he survived on a raft for 47 days, only to be taken as a prisoner of war where despite more than two years of captivity & torture, he remained unbroken, also the title of a bestseller about him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Stephen Gabriela
$21,600 $15,400 $8,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

POP MUSIC
First released as a single in 1982, this song was re-released & charted again 17 years later & 17 years after that

Final scores:

Brian Stephen Gabriela
$30,801 $17,900 $5,100
6-day champion: $147,304 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Brian Stephen Gabriela
$13,200 $13,400 $16,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $43,400

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