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    $1600 19
Just prior to gaining its independence in 1971, Bangladesh was known by this 2-word directional name
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Show #8339 - Thursday, February 18, 2021

Contestants

Leah Friedman, a content marketer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alan Johnson, a software engineering manager from Metuchen, New Jersey

Andy West, a medical information officer from Fishersville, Virginia (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $1,999)

Jeopardy! Round

ALL FAIRS
GLOVE
WAR
WORDS BORROWED FROM JAPANESE
SITCOMS BY CHARACTERS
TYPES OF NARRATIVE LITERATURE
    $200 29
The glittering Crystal Palace was the centerpiece of the first modern World's Fair, this city's 1851 "Great Exhibition"
    $200 21
This type of theater has its own long-length glove
    $200 27
In the 1700-1721 Great Northern War, Russia, Denmark & Poland ganged up on this rival across the Baltic
    $200 23
This word is from Japanese for "harbor wave", & it's a biiiiig one
    $200 1
Michael Scott,
Dwight Schrute,
Pam Beesly
    $200 10
You can bet "The Lottery" is a good example of this genre of brief narratives, usually under 10,000 words
    $400 28
This was the main attraction of the 1889 Paris Exposition; it also served as the entrance
    $400 13
The name of this boxing tournament comes from a small metallic charm in the shape of a boxing glove awarded to winners
    $400 26
"International Brigades" of volunteers from the U.S. & Europe fought on the Republican side of this 1930s conflict
    $400 8
Characters for "endure" & "person" combine to make this word for a stealthy warrior
    $400 2
Jackie,
Darlene &
Dan,
Roseanne's widower
    $400 11
The story of the Good Samaritan in the Bible's book of Luke is one of these simple narratives with a moral or religious purpose
    DD: $2,400 14
The 1893 Chicago World's Fair introduced this word for a central avenue of exhibits & amusements
    $600 12
To prevent allergic reactions, in 2008 the Johns Hopkins Hospital banned the use of gloves made of this rubber product
    $600 6
In the 1860s War of the Triple Alliance, Argentina, Brazil & Uruguay left this landlocked foe in ruins
    $600 9
You sing along to a pre-recorded backing track in this form of entertainment with a Japanese name
    $600 3
Georgie,
Meemaw,
the kid version of Mr. Cooper
    $600 16
Alliterative 2-word name for fanciful stories about folks like Paul Bunyan with unbelievable elements presented as true & factual
    $800 15
A 1939 New York World's Fair diorama predicting the look of the city in 1960 was called this, later a long-running animated TV series
    $800 22
Right-handed participants in this hunting sport wear a leather glove on the left hand for the hawk to land on
    $800 7
In the 1700s there were Wars of the Austrian this & the Spanish this
    $800 17
Characters meaning "before" & "life" combine to make this 6-letter word for a teacher, who would usually be older than you
    $800 4
Charlie Kelly,
Frank Reynolds,
Mac
    $800 18
E.L. James gained fame with this type of writing that puts the writer's favorite characters from books, TV, etc. in new adventures
    $1000 20
Exhibits at Osaka's 1970 World Expo included one of these microscopes capable of magnifying objects 500,000 times
    $1000 30
It's the 8-letter word for the steel-covered glove in a suit of armor
    $1000 25
This prime minister successfully schemed to start the 1866 Seven Weeks' War & make Prussia Europe's big dog
    $1000 24
Enjoy a latte made from this traditional Japanese green tea powder
    $1000 5
Regine Hunter,
Maxine Shaw &
Queen Latifah
as Khadijah James
    $1000 19
Meaning not proceeding from event A to event B to event C, this "non" word applies to "Tristram Shandy" & "House of Leaves"

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

Andy Alan Leah
$2,200 $0 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Alan Leah
$5,200 $2,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

I HEAR VOICES
FACTS ABOUT COUNTRIES
A "GRAPHY" DESCRIPTION
PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS
POTPOURRI
A DEFINING MOMENT
(Ken: You'll need to name these words given their definition in Merriam-Webster's dictionary.)
    $400 27
Bill Hader was the voice of Mr. Peanut for this food brand
    $400 21
Ireland celebrates this, March 17th, as a national holiday
    $400 2
It used to mean the writing of books; now it's a list
    $400 28
The New Yorker's Barry Blitt won the 2020 prize in the category called this type of cartooning that expresses a point of view
    $400 3
This word for a biblical narrative about the life of Jesus Christ means "good story"
    $400 11
"Concerted revolt against... the lawful commands of a superior officer", especially at sea
    $800 6
This funnyman & 9-time Oscar host voiced Mike in "Monsters, Inc." & "Monsters University"
    $800 1
It remains the only country with a Communist government in the Americas
    $800 5
The science of mapmaking
    $800 29
"Our Town" won him the 1938 Drama Prize
    $800 10
When talking about bears in Spanish, this color is pardo; about sugar, moreno
    $800 12
"Allocation of treatment to... disaster victims according to a system of priorities... to maximize the number of survivors"
    $1200 7
He was the voice of Dodger baseball for 67 seasons before hanging up the mic in 2016
    DD: $3,000 4
This country is divided into more than 20 provinces, including Guayas & Galapagos
    $1200 13
The art of producing formal lettering with a brush or a pen
    $1200 30
Here he is leaving the luncheon after accepting his 2018 Music Prize
    $1200 22
In a classic song, these cowboy boot accessories "Jingle Jangle Jingle"
    $1200 14
"Decorative fringe", or "the art of tying knots in patterns"
    $1600 9
He overcame a stutter to voice such characters as Mufasa & Darth Vader
    $1600 19
Just prior to gaining its independence in 1971, Bangladesh was known by this 2-word directional name
    $1600 15
Emmanuel Lubezki has won 3 Oscars in this category
    DD: $3,000 16
The 2015 Biography Prize went to a study of Pope Pius XI's relations with this dictator down the street
    $1600 25
In 1981 nearly 12,000 of these federal employees were permanently grounded after they walked off the job
    $1600 23
"Latin, literally, voice of the people"
    $2000 8
This dame has given voice to Gru's mom, the queen in the "Shrek" sequels & also Karathen in "Aquaman"
    $2000 20
With more than 200 million people, it's the most populous country in Africa & by 2050, its population is expected to double
    $2000 18
The "T" in CAT scan, it's a method of using electromagnetic waves to produce an image of an internal structure
    $2000 17
Bruce Catton took the 1954 History Prize for his book titled "A Stillness at" this fateful place
    $2000 26
This city that's just south of Turin in Italy's Piedmont region is known for its sparkling wine
    $2000 24
"A local or regional meeting of party members to choose candidates"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Alan Leah
$9,200 $17,800 $6,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS
The first campaign of this man, who at 36 was the youngest major party nominee ever, was supported by the silver mining industry

Final scores:

Andy Alan Leah
$599 $14,800 $1,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,800 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Andy Alan Leah
$9,200 $18,400 $4,600
16 R,
3 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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