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    $600 14
The camera seen here from this company, founded by Edwin Land, was known to get you your picture in a snap, so shake it
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Show #8338 - Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Contestants

Natalie Walsh, a naturopathic doctor originally from Okemos, Michigan

Andy West, a medical information officer from Fishersville, Virginia

Phil Hoffman, a graduate student originally from Mountain Lakes, New Jersey (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $37,390)

Jeopardy! Round

MAMMALS
CATHOLICISM
U.S. CITIES
SNAP
"CRACK"LE
POP
    $200 29
Muskrats & hamsters are both members of this order of animals
    $200 30
It's defined as a cross depicting the body of Jesus upon it
    $200 5
Fun places to visit in this California city include the Exploratorium & Ghiradelli Square
    $200 17
Folgers Classic Roast is available as this "quick" type of coffee
    $200 16
This product got a boost in 1908 when it was mentioned in "Take Me Out To The Ballgame"
    $200 13
The hunky astronaut in this singer's 2000 "Oops!... I Did It Again" video became an orthopedic surgeon
    $400 28
Mammals are subdivided into placentals, monotremes & this group, like the wombat
    $400 1
It’s the ecclesiastical jurisdiction & territory administered by an archbishop
    $400 22
Once the state capital, this city in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country ranks as one of the best places to retire
    $400 18
Having trouble converting ounces to pounds? Ask Alexa from this company & you'll get the answer in a snap
    $400 6
3-word metaphor for what a boss needs to do to get unruly, disobedient workers in line
    $400 10
"After Hours" is a 2020 album by this artist seen here who also had a cameo in the Adam Sandler film, "Uncut Gems"
    $600 27
Once valued for its fur, this member of the weasel family is at home in the snow
    $600 2
This popular 13th century saint was honored with his image on a U.S. stamp in 1982
    $600 21
West Virginia's capital & this Carolina port city of the same name are about 500 miles apart & named for different people
    $600 14
The camera seen here from this company, founded by Edwin Land, was known to get you your picture in a snap, so shake it
    $600 7
A witticism; you hear a lot of them from fast-talkin' dames in 1930s movies
    $600 11
On the charts for quite a while in 1998, "The Boy Is Mine" was a hit duet for Monica & this other one-named gal
    $800 25
Spelunkers often encounter chiropterans, these mammals
    $800 3
Other than Sundays, the days each year on which the faithful are expected to attend mass are called "Holy Days of" this
    DD: $1,000 23
Named for a Native American game, it's Wisconsin's largest city on the Mississippi
    $800 19
This alliterative Intuit product helps people "easily and accurately" file with the IRS
    $800 8
An 1878 dime novel was titled "Kit Carson Jr.," this type of marksman "of the West"
    $800 12
"Blasphemous Rumours" is a classic track from this British electronic pop band
    $1000 26
Take a Michigander at this mammal, but don't get too close
    $1000 4
The 14 stations of the cross represent events from Jesus' Passion; number six recounts his meeting with this woman
    $1000 24
This city north of Anchorage rivals Juneau as Alaska's second-most populous city
    $1000 20
Dinner's a snap with this device, around for centuries; it traps steam to produce food above the boiling point of water
    $1000 9
A container, a restaurant or a type of plainspoken philosophy
    $1000 15
The late Brad Nowell of this band sang hits like "What I Got" & "Santeria" before dying in 1996

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

Phil Andy Natalie
-$1,200 $3,200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Andy Natalie
$600 $6,200 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NOVEL'S NARRATOR
DOCUMENTARIES
RUN IT UP THE FLAGPOLE
'80s TALK
EUROPEAN HISTORY
LEFT BEHIND ON THE MOON
    $400 16
The angst-ridden Holden Caulfield
    $400 6
"Ask Dr." her follows her journey from Holocaust survivor to sex therapist
    $400 11
The flag of this other country appears in an upper corner of New Zealand's flag
    $400 9
In the early '80s punks & hardcore fans were slam dancing; then came this "pit"
    $400 5
At the Council of Clermont in 1095, Pope Urban II called for the first of these
    $400 21
Brought by the last 3 manned missions, vehicles called these are still there & ready to go
    $800 17
Her, in "The Hunger Games" trilogy
    $800 7
"The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters" is a comical documentary about 2 rivals trying to outdo each other at this video game
    $800 12
Afghanistan is up there with U.S. breadbasket states in producing this, & has sheaves of it on its flag
    $800 10
This old verb got a new meaning in the '80s: to pass a credit card through a reader
    $800 1
A 1958 economic union joined Belgium, Luxembourg & the Netherlands, known as these "countries" due to their elevation
    $800 22
A gold replica of one of these natural symbols of peace
    $1200 18
Patrick Bateman, in this author's "American Psycho"
    $1200 8
In the 2019 sequel to this 2004 film, Morgan Spurlock turns his focus from McDonald's to the fast food chicken industry
    DD: $4,000 28
In a nod to its Irish settlers, Montserrat's flag shows a woman in green holding one of these musical instruments
    $1200 13
Described as "senior advisers to the candidates", these faux MDs first appeared in a 1984 news story
    $1200 2
From the 13th to the 15th centuries, Lubeck, a port city on this sea, was "The Queen of the Hanseatic League"
    $1200 23
What if the Soviets got to the Moon First?" is the premise of Apple TV+' show "For All Mankind", a title from a plaque left by this mission
    $1600 19
5-year-old Jack, in this bestseller by Emma Donoghue
    $1600 29
This controversial filmmaker looked at gun violence in America with "Bowling for Columbine"
    $1600 26
Kyrgyzstan's flag depicts one of these tentlike dwellings of central Asian nomads
    $1600 14
The early '80s gave us the computer words "notebook" & this other portable kind
    $1600 3
After Vaclav Havel resigned as president in 1992, a "Velvet Divorce" split this country in 2
    $1600 24
Thanks to Alan Shepard, 2 of these small sports items
    $2000 20
A guy with this first name, the same as the author, in the multi-part "Remembrance of Things Past"
    $2000 30
Michelle & Barack Obama produced this 2019 documentary about an Ohio GM plant repurposed by a Chinese auto glass maker
    $2000 27
St. Pierre & Miquelon's flag depicts the ship of this man who claimed the islands for France in 1535
    $2000 15
A 1981 New York Times letter coined this hyphenated numerical term in reference to Wendy Wasserstein, born 1950
    $2000 4
In 1919 this country gained South Tyrol & Trieste from Austria-Hungary
    DD: $5,000 25
A feather & a hammer dropped by an astronaut in 1971, confirming a theory of this man, four centuries before

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Andy Natalie
$12,800 $13,800 $8,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

WINTER SPORTS
The specific skill that gave this sport its name was eliminated from international competition after the 1990 World Championships

Final scores:

Phil Andy Natalie
$5 $1,999 $7
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $1,999 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Phil Andy Natalie
$10,800 $13,800 $12,800
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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