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    $400 8
Before saying "Good Morning America", he won a Super Bowl & was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014
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Show #8330 - Friday, February 5, 2021

Contestants

Leah Wiegand, a stay-at-home mom originally from Asheville, North Carolina

Rob Kim, an attorney from Portland, Oregon

Stuart Crane, a product line manager from Kalispell, Montana (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $21,800)

Jeopardy! Round

CITY PLANNING
RONALD REAGAN
(Ken: Honoring his 110th birthday tomorrow.)
PLAY CHARACTERS
DAY, DRINKING
FROM THE GRIDIRON TO TV
FISHING FOR THE RIGHT WORD
    $200 11
For a former industrial site to go from being a "brownfield" to this "field", pollution must be remediated & removed
    $200 27
Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in the city of Tampico in this state
    $200 24
Christopher Durang's play "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" gets some of its characters' names from works by this Russian
    $200 1
May 13 is world this day, a word for any type of mixed drink
    $200 9
Joel McHale of "Community" fame didn't suit up for Greendale but did walk on for this Pac-12 school's football Huskies
    $200 13
A bird may stand on one--not the fish but something elevated like a branch
    $400 12
Breaking an area into districts each with different regulations is this 6-letter end-of-the-alphabet word
    $400 28
In 1951 a chimp named Peggy played this role in a comedy starring Reagan
    $400 25
In a play by Shaw, Henry Higgins attempts to refine the speech of this cockney flower seller
    $400 2
Grab your sugar & spoon on March 5, the date in 2007 when this liquor could be imported to the U.S. for the 1st time since 1912
    $400 8
Before saying "Good Morning America", he won a Super Bowl & was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014
    $400 19
This fishy color is seen here
    $600 14
For Buffalo, N.Y., Frederick Law Olmsted planned these "ways" he described as "broad thoroughfares planted with trees"
    $600 16
In 1966 Reagan's first political victory was his election to this job
    $600 26
Darren Lemming is a star player of this sport coming out of the closet in the Broadway show "Take Me Out"
    $600 3
June 3, 2021 is the national day for this illicit nighttime booze, & boy, is June 4 gonna be ugly
    $600 5
Later known as a TV dad, this man seen here once signed with the Steelers as an undrafted rookie
    $600 20
This 4-letter fish also means to complain
    $800 15
A plan by Le Corbusier wanted to replace homes on the right bank of this river with towering skyscrapers
    $800 17
In 1957's "Hellcats of the Navy", Reagan co-starred with the actress billed as this; she'd go on to be more than a co-star
    $800 29
Characters in this play (Parts 1 & 2) include Scorpius Malfoy & Albus Potter
    $800 4
Hoist a dram on the evening of January 25, the night Scotland celebrates this iconic poet
    $800 6
This large & in charge actor played for the Rams & Chargers before flexing on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
    $800 21
This fish is also a past tense word meaning you took a whiff of something
    $1000 23
A futuristic forest city is being built in this country, on its islands next to Singapore
    $1000 18
Reagan's diary entry for January 27, 1981 reads, "Ceremony on S. Lawn to welcome" these people home
    DD: $1,400 30
In this play Sister Aloysius, who serves as the principal of St. Nicholas School, has suspicions about Father Flynn
    $1000 10
In France, the third Thursday in November celebrates the annual release of the nouveau variety of this wine
    $1000 7
A member of the Raiders in the 1970s, this Rocky Balboa foe also played himself on "Arrested Development"
    $1000 22
This fish common in North America is also a word for a type of spear

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

Stuart Rob Leah
$1,400 $2,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart Rob Leah
$3,000 $3,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

DOCTOR HOW
ISLANDS
CORPORATE NAMES
MOVIE MAGIC
ARTISTS
"HAND"Y PHRASES
    $400 17
...did you diagnose glomerulonephritis, inflammation of tiny filters in this organ? Facial fluid retention was a symptom
    $400 12
The most populous U.S. island, it's the southern part of New York State
    $400 20
Let's talk turkey--Earl Olson named this company after his daughter Jennifer
    $400 26
Played by Emily Blunt in a 2018 sequel, she "Returns" to help the Banks family with their finances
    $400 6
Britannica says this artist who illustrated the "Vitruvian Man" "epitomized the renaissance humanist ideal"
    $400 2
A garment passed on from an older sibling
    $800 27
...does blood get supplied to the heart? Through the coronary arteries, branches of this, the longest artery in your body
    $800 13
The first arrivals on this Western European island were Stone Age hunter-fishers in areas such as Antrim & Down
    $800 21
No ghost--this mattress company got its name from a sleepy college friend of one of the founders
    $800 22
This Marvel sorcerer supreme has a cloak of levitation that can take care of itself in a magical pinch
    $800 7
Maybe it was because she took up painting in her 70s that Anna Mary Robertson Moses got this nickname
    $800 1
Going back just to 1969, this hyphenated experience originally meant learning computers using a keyboard
    $1200 28
...many of "false" these bones are in a human body? 6--the top 3 pairs, not linked directly to the breastbone
    $1200 14
This island nation is 40 miles south of Turkey & 60 miles west of Syria
    $1200 11
Shortly after it started, this Internet company dropped "Ed" & "Reakfast" from its name
    $1200 23
This rhyming 1993 comedy featured Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker & Kathy Najimy as a trio of witches
    $1200 8
In the 17th century this Dutch painter charged students the princely sum of 100 guilders; Flinck & Bol were 2 star pupils
    $1200 3
This phrase meaning you've got complete control of someone also describes the activity of some petting zoo animals
    $1600 29
...do I treat a pull of these back-of-the-thigh muscles that include the semitendinosus? Elevate your leg to stop swelling
    $1600 15
Ruled by the Al Khalifa family since the 18th c., this island nation has a name from Arabic meaning "two seas"
    DD: $3,000 18
Photo paper company Haloid adopted this 5-letter name of its revolutionary new office machine
    $1600 24
Isla Fisher & Jesse Eisenberg are half of the 4 Horsemen magic squad in this 2013 film that spawned a sequel
    $1600 9
In a 1509 poem he wrote, "My brush, above me all the time, dribbles paint so my face makes a fine floor for droppings"
    $1600 4
This 4-word phrase for a type of faith healing is found in Hebrews 6:2
    DD: $4,000 30
...do you recover from this 11-letter nasal procedure? The Mayo Clinic says don't jog, try not to smile or laugh & no pullover clothes
    $2000 16
"C" is for Caribbean & for this, Mexico's largest island in that sea
    $2000 19
A dried milk powder was almost called "Lacto" but was named this, now paired with SmithKline in a global drug company
    $2000 25
It's Hugh Jackman vs. Christian Bale in this Christopher Nolan film about a pair of uber-competitive magicians
    $2000 10
One of Poussin's famous works depicts the biblical adoration of this, though he actually painted a full-grown bull
    $2000 5
According to a William Ross poem, this "is the hand that rules the world"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart Rob Leah
$6,600 $14,800 $17,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

POPES & HISTORY
Late 16th century Pope Sixtus V regarded this invasion force as a crusade & promised indulgences to all who participated

Final scores:

Stuart Rob Leah
$6,600 $12,599 $17,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $17,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Stuart Rob Leah
$8,000 $13,400 $15,000
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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