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    $200 10
This southern capital is known as "The Big Peach"
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Show #8323 - Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Brian Chang game 7.

Contestants

Erica Holencik, a provider data specialist from Portland, Oregon

Alex Cohn, a psychiatry resident physician from Los Angeles, California

Brian Chang, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois (6-day champion whose cash winnings total $147,304)

Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
OCCUPATIONS
BLUE'S CLUES
WORD ORIGINS
THE GRAMM"E"S
BOOKS BY PRESIDENTS
    $200 10
This southern capital is known as "The Big Peach"
    $200 30
100 years ago, this job of connecting people looked as seen here
    $200 21
Stilton & Roquefort are 2 varieties of this edible
    $200 18
This fish & rice dish is derived from a Japanese word for sour
    $200 29
They checked into the Record of the Year winners' list with "Hotel California"
    $200 17
"Christmas in Plains"
    $400 11
It's home to the American Hockey League's Iowa Wild
    $400 25
St. Joseph of Arimathea, who requested Jesus' body from Pontius Pilate, is the patron saint of these workers
    $400 24
A stylized blue silhouette suggestive of a bird is the logo of this social media site
    $400 15
Before it was used for a musical work, this 4-letter word meaning "work" was used by the Romans to designate construction
    $400 28
In 2020 she won Grammys for "Bad Guy"
    $400 27
"A Time to Heal"
    $600 23
This capital's St. John's Church was the site of Patrick Henry's "Liberty or Death" oration
    $600 14
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a sauceboat made by noted equestrian Paul Revere as part of this, his day job
    $600 12
Crayola's blues have included cerulean, aqua & this jeans fabric
    $600 6
As Bill & Ted probably wouldn't know, one story says this 5-letter word originally described a device to create counterfeit coins
    $600 19
He's a 6-time winner of the Best Rap Album Grammy
    $600 26
"A Boyhood in Iowa"
    $800 2
The capitol building in this North Dakota capital is home to the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Hall of Fame
    $800 8
This other term for a longshoreman at the docks comes from the Spanish for "stow a cargo"
    $800 4
Paint drums & body paint are integral to this theater troupe formed in the late 1980s
    $800 3
This building material was once made with coal refuse & ash; hence its name
    $800 7
Last name of the jazz bandleader who received a Lifetime Achievement award in 1966
    DD: $3,400 13
His "Personal Memoirs", completed before his death in 1885 & "dedicated to the American soldier and sailor"
    $1000 1
Founded around 1610, it once served as the seat of power for the Spanish empire north of the Rio Grande
    $1000 9
From their specific fields of study, Frans de Waal & Jane Goodall are classified as this particular kind of zoologist
    $1000 22
The Mahabharata recounts the adventures of this Hindu deity, an avatar of Vishnu who is often depicted with blue skin
    $1000 5
Now meaning "behaving badly", this adjective comes from a word meaning "nothing"
    $1000 16
1960's Song of the Year went to Ernest Gold for his theme to this movie about the founding of Israel
    $1000 20
Published in 1866, his "Administration on the Eve of Rebellion"

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

Brian Alex Erica
$1,000 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Alex Erica
$1,800 $1,400 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY VACATIONS
FUNNY BUSINESS
SCIENCE & NATURE
WORDS WITH "FER" ENDS
COULD YOU?
CORSICAN
    $400 30
"Sag Harbor" by Colson Whitehead is about a teen's summer during this decade; New Coke & Lisa Lisa make appearances
    $400 29
(Hi, I'm Kevin Hart.) July 6, 2017 was officially Kevin Hart Day in this Northeastern city of my birth; they even unveiled a giant mural of my face on a cheesesteak diner near where I grew up
    $400 28
The death of a massive star can form this, a cosmic body of extreme gravity from which not even light can escape
    $400 27
If you ride waves on your chest & stomach, not a board, you're one of these
    $400 26
Throw one of these basic boxing punches named for the way it travels from low to high
    $400 2
He was born in Corsica's capital of Ajaccio on August 15, 1769, the same year the French took over
    $800 23
Hercule Poirot was dropped from the 1946 play version of this cruise-set novel & "Death" in the title became "Murder"
    $800 14
Will Ferrell played an Icelander in a 2020 Netflix comedy that sends up this song contest
    $800 16
Sir Humphry Davy named this element, symbol Mg, for a place in Greece
    $800 19
A protective barrier, or someone who polishes & shines
    $800 25
Mix me an old fashioned with just a dash of these aromatic flavorings named for their astringent taste
    $800 3
In the 1930s Corsican gangster Paul Carbone began the international drug-dealing racket known as the French this
    DD: $3,800 6
The beginning of "A Room with a View" concerns a view of this Italian river
    $1200 17
"Last One Laughing", hosted by this Sydney-born funny woman, pits comics against one another trying to make each other laugh
    $1200 15
In the human body the ribs attach to the 12 thoracic ones of these
    $1200 8
It's always good to keep this strongbox full
    $1200 20
Walk on one of these, like Nik Wallenda did across the crater of an active volcano in March 2020
    $1200 24
Corsican César Vezzani was renowned as a "heroic" singer in this range, with roles like Siegmund in "Die Walküre"
    $1600 1
Rosemary Hoyt, a young actress vacationing on the Riviera, tempts the hero of this author's "Tender is the Night"
    $1600 13
Starting way back in 2003 (& still going strong), he's the longest-tenured cast member of "Saturday Night Live"
    $1600 9
Gardeners dread these insects that suck plant sap & can cause foliage to distort
    $1600 5
A young cow that hasn't had a calf
    $1600 18
Build a resort to make your city into a tourist destination in this video game also released as Micropolis
    DD: $2,000 22
A corrupt justice system imposed by Genoese invaders long encouraged Corsicans to engage in the private blood feuds called this
    $2000 4
This author married a man she met on a Caribbean vacation; her character Stella has a similar experience
    $2000 11
This comedian displayed his drama chops in "A Star is Born", playing Bradley Cooper's longtime friend
    $2000 10
A goiter is an enlargement of this endocrine gland that produces the hormones T3 & T4
    $2000 7
A stratum of water-bearing rock
    $2000 12
Play me a little Bach on this old-time type of keyboard instrument that's "Well-Tempered" in a Bach title
    $2000 21
Pasquale Paoli fought the Genoese & French, but during a 1794-96 British occupation, he offered the island to this king

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Alex Erica
$16,600 $15,600 $7,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE WILD WEST
These 2 legends both known for buckskin clothes & long, flowing hair met violent ends 38 days apart, in Montana & South Dakota

Final scores:

Brian Alex Erica
$16,600 $600 $50
7-day champion: $163,904 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Brian Alex Erica
$20,000 $12,600 $7,000
26 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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