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    $1200 26
A single colony of these "canine" rodents in Texas stretched for 25,000 square miles & contained 400 million individuals
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Show #8337 - Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Contestants

Pam Sung, a physician scientist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Joe Satran, a writer originally from Montclair, New Jersey

Phil Hoffman, a graduate student originally from Mountain Lakes, New Jersey (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $14,195)

Jeopardy! Round

BABY
YUKON
DRIVE MY CAR
IT HAPPENS IN GENESIS
HOOPS
DIFFERS BY ONE LETTER
(Ken: Each response will have two words, one letter apart.)
    $200 17
Baby likes this brand of food that's been around since the 1920s; pear zucchini is a favorite
    $200 15
Mining is big in the Yukon, including zinc, copper, precious metal & this abundant metal ore from the crest deposit
    $200 24
Its Wrangler wrangled an award--2019 MotorTrend SUV of the Year
    $200 26
In Genesis 4 this murder takes place
    $200 25
In 1990 this Chicago Bull torched the Cleveland Cavaliers with a career-high 69 points
    $200 10
A female parent & an inconvenience
    $400 12
Baby loves this song where things go "round & round, all through the town"
    $400 5
Watson Lake in Yukon has a detachment of this national police force
    $400 18
This brand dropped its famous second name to combine with Maybach for the $200,000 S 650
    DD: $1,000 1
These 2 cities get wiped out in Genesis 19
    $400 27
UConn has the most women's NCAA basketball titles & this West Coast school has the most men's, both with 11
    $400 11
To close & open the eyes; free from marks or writing
    $600 16
Cow's milk doesn't agree with baby, so she gets this 3-letter alternative formula from Enfamil "for sensitive tummy"
    $600 6
Yukon can be divided into 2 broad geographic regions: heavily forested taiga & this type, vast rocky plains in the Arctic
    $600 19
Take a ride in this Asian automaker's Telluride, or in its sportier K5
    $600 2
In Genesis 37 this dreamer is sold for 20 pieces of silver
    $600 28
The ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, site of the 2020 NBA playoffs, was also known by this name for its protected & isolated facilities
    $600 9
A tailed primate & a mule's father
    $800 22
Baby is beginning to teethe as the front teeth also known as the central these start to come in
    $800 7
Yukon's coat of arms features one of these dogs, similar to a husky, & once important to transportation
    $800 20
It's letter perfect with the i8, surprisingly not made by Apple
    $800 3
She agrees to become Isaac's wife
    $800 29
WNBA teams include the New York Liberty, the Phoenix Mercury & these fire starters of Los Angeles
    $800 13
A surgical device that compresses objects & a compact mass of an item like dirt
    $1000 23
As a newborn, baby "score"d high on this assessment test given 1 minute & 5 minutes after birth
    $1000 8
Whitehorse, Yukon's capital, began as a transit hub to Bonanza Creek in this gold rush region around 1898
    $1000 21
Its 488 Pista Spider has 710 horses under your foot & no roof over your head
    $1000 4
He becomes a father at age 187, then lives another 782 years
    $1000 30
Recently, this baller-barista launched Big Face Coffee & turned his new team, the Miami Heat, into a title contender
    $1000 14
French-speaking people of Belgium & to swell out

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

Phil Joe Pam
$3,400 $4,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Joe Pam
$5,600 $5,000 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ALPHABET ROCKERS & RAPPERS
AMERICAN HISTORY
PIECE OF CAKE
LITERATURE
NATURAL CONSTRUCTION
DOUBLE CONSONANT WORDS
(Ken: Each response in that category will have two of the same consonant in a row.)
    $400 29
Hey, short-pants! An electrical label led to the name of this Angus & Malcolm Young band
    $400 25
One of the proposed names for what became this state capital was Missouriopolis
    $400 11
This type of cake has very specific colors
    $400 27
"The Young Giant" & "Little Red-Cap" were 2 of the more than 200 stories collected by these German brothers in a 19th c. anthology
    $400 20
The largest dam made by these rodents is in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta & stretches about a half mile
    $400 17
One who can give a firsthand account
    $800 30
This rapper seen here duetted with J-Lo on the 2006 hit "Control Myself"
    $800 24
In 1776 this school gave George Washington an honorary degree as thanks for pushing the British out of Boston
    $800 10
King cake, which hides a little plastic baby inside, is popular during this celebration that culminates on Fat Tuesday
    $800 12
Scholars think John Hunter, an 18th c. London surgeon known as "The Knife Man", inspired this R.L. Stevenson guy
    $800 21
The mounds of the cathedral type of these insects in Australia can be as tall as 26 feet
    $800 18
An invalidation of a marriage
    $1200 23
Destined to be last in any rock encyclopedia, this Texas trio showed off their "Legs" in the 1980s
    $1200 8
In 1839 Samuel Morse met with this French innovator & set up his own photographic studio in America
    $1200 9
How about a slice of this colorful cake?
    $1200 5
The only surviving complete poem from 2,600 years ago by Sappho is an "Ode to" this Greek goddess of love
    $1200 26
A single colony of these "canine" rodents in Texas stretched for 25,000 square miles & contained 400 million individuals
    $1200 13
A period away from a job or school, perhaps every 7 years
    $1600 16
This '80s rap trio: "It's tricky to rock a rhyme, to rock a rhyme that's right on time, it's tricky... tricky tricky tricky tricky"
    DD: $5,400 3
Fighting the Bolsheviks, the American North Russian Expeditionary Force was better known by this ursine name
    $1600 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Great Market Hall in Budapest, Hungary.) The Sacher type of this named for a Viennese baker has two layers of cake; the Dobos type named for a Hungarian has six or more
    $1600 1
Dylan Thomas' best-known poem urges his father, "Do not" do this. "Rage, rage against the dying of the light"
    $1600 28
Common in the Precambrian time, stromatolites are deposits formed by the growth of the organism called blue green this
    $1600 14
Monetary donation during a church service
    $2000 22
Jeff Lynne put "Telephone Line" by this 3-letter band on the soundtrack of the film "Joyride", which starred Desi Arnaz Jr.
    $2000 6
In 1849 California wanted to enter the Union as a free state, leading to this complicated deal the next year
    DD: $2,000 4
This Latin American favorite is named for the evaporated milk, the sweetened condensed milk & the cream that's poured over it
    $2000 2
This French-titled book about the round table knights begins, "It befell in the days of Uther Pendragon..."
    $2000 19
Because of their sophisticated nests, birds of the genus Ploceus are called these--but they don't need looms
    $2000 15
North Atlantic native seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Joe Pam
$11,600 $3,600 $14,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC NAMESAKES
In 1857 the former Surveyor-General of India objected to giving his name to this landmark as "the natives could not pronounce" it

Final scores:

Phil Joe Pam
$23,195 $799 $4,200
2-day champion: $37,390 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Phil Joe Pam
$11,000 $9,000 $14,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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