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    $200 16
In "Through the Looking-Glass" this nursery rhyme character is depicted as an egg in human form
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Show #8361 - Monday, March 22, 2021

First game with Dr. Mehmet Oz as guest host.
Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to HealthCorps.

Contestants

David Eadington, an operations manager from Long Beach, California

Kathryn Peters, a research center executive director from Carrboro, North Carolina

Nick Cascone, an orthopedic physician assistant originally from Queens, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $26,801)

Jeopardy! Round

BOOTS ON THE GROUND
WORDS IN BOOKS
ANIMALS
SLEEPY TIME
EGG
MacGUFFIN
(Mehmet: MacGuffin is the object that's being pursued to move the plot of the movie along.)
    $200 30
Prada makes a lug-sole canvas version of these boots that sound fit for the army
    $200 3
In an 1872 work, Alexandre Dumas used the French version of this word meaning an advocate for women's rights
    $200 27
A protein called draculin in the saliva of these animals prevents blood from clotting as they feed
    $200 29
This word after "cat" means a short sleep; after "dog" it means a canine abduction
    $200 16
In "Through the Looking-Glass" this nursery rhyme character is depicted as an egg in human form
    $200 8
An original draft of the Declaration of Independence is thought to hold clues to riches in this Nicolas Cage movie
    $400 25
Despite their name, these pull-on boots with adjustable buckles won't help you become a train or a mechanical one
    $400 4
This word for someone with a need to toil all the time was popularized in the title of a 1971 book about addiction
    $400 26
The sea wasp, a box type of this sea creature, can have tentacles 10 feet long
    $400 28
This Spanish word for sleep in the afternoon is from Latin for "6th hour", meaning the 6th hour after dawn
    $400 17
In one of Aesop's fables, the greedy farmer killed it, hoping to have all of its eggs at once
    $400 10
In a 1941 movie Humphrey Bogart called this title MacGuffin "the stuff that dreams are made of"
    $600 24
Lands' End says these "avian" boots were "a mashup, with a waterproof, rubber-shoe sole" & "a lace-up boot shaft"
    $600 5
In a 1933 collection by this New Yorker & New Yorker contributor, she seems to have coined "scaredy-cat"
    $600 22
An example of this imitative process is when nontoxic butterflies evade predators by resembling toxic varieties
    $600 23
Westclox' Drowse alarm clock was one of the first to have this feature, with 5- or 10-minute options
    $600 18
For your nest egg, you may want a Roth one of these, IRA for short
    $600 14
A soldier played by Matt Damon in a 1998 movie, this title character is a walking, talking MacGuffin
    $800 21
These rhymingly named boots are seen here
    $800 6
This playwright translated the German term "├╝bermensch" & used it in the title of his play "Man and Superman"
    $800 2
If you see a cotton-ball-colored flash moving at 40 miles per hour, you may have scared this deer named for an appendage
    $800 13
An old song says, this personification of sleep, "bring me a dream"
    $800 20
This brand, a chocolate malt mix that's added to milk, got its name from the Latin for "eggs"
    $800 15
In a "Pirates of the Caribbean" flick, Davy Jones put his heart in this title MacGuffin & everyone wants to know where it's buried
    $1000 11
The name of this footwear company sounds like a groan of disgust, but its Biltmore Workboot is delightful
    $1000 7
We use this word to describe a boy or girl of 11 or 12; Tolkien used it to mean a Hobbit not yet an adult
    $1000 1
A digging carnivore, the ratel is also known by this sweet name
    DD: $1,000 12
A joke about how dull the Anglican 39 Articles are is an early reference to this phrase for a short doze
    $1000 19
The name of this egg-shaped gadget, a virtual pet, comes from Japanese elements for egg & watch
    $1000 9
After this title object is stolen from Antonio in a classic 1948 Italian film, the hunt to recover it begins

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

Nick Kathryn David
$400 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Kathryn David
$3,200 $3,200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY ART & ARTISTS
INITIALLY YOURS
HISTORY
R&B & SOUL HITS
FROM A TO Y
BAY WATCH
    $400 30
Julian Schnabel's portrait of this pop artist depicts him wearing a girdle made necessary when he was shot in 1968
    $400 9
In the 1870s this circus showman stepped right up to serve as mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut
    $400 25
Admitting to being a courtesan but not a spy, this exotic dancer was executed as a double agent by the French in 1917
    $400 29
In one of his early hits, Chuck Berry asked this girl, "Why can't you be true?"
    $400 24
4-letter synonym for off-course
    $400 28
Marine iguanas are among the weird animals you can see at Academy Bay in these islands off South America
    $800 4
This city's Millennium Park is home to Anish Kapoor's "Cloud Gate", also known as the Bean
    $800 12
In 2009, he won his 15th competitive Grammy for "One Kind Favor", named Best Traditional Blues Album
    $800 16
This imperial title, which had been around for quite a while, ended when Francis II abdicated it in 1806
    $800 27
40 years later & partygoers still like to get on the dance floor & "celebrate good times" to a hit by this group
    $800 23
It's a bunch of beehives
    $800 26
Close to the Windward Passage between Cuba & Haiti, this bay has an American naval base on its shores
    $1200 3
A pioneer of the multimedia events called Happenings, Al Hansen was also the grandfather of this innovative alt-rock musician
    $1200 10
He was one of the greatest comic performers, seen in films like "My Little Chickadee"
    DD: $2,000 6
Sued in 1455 by a man who had loaned him hundreds of guilders, he lost his printing equipment
    $1200 22
"Tell Me Something Good", like the name of this singer whose solo hits include "I Feel For You"
    $1200 1
The symbol of this is seen here
    $1200 21
Named for a local titan of dredging, Ben T. Davis Beach is on this big bay of West Florida
    $1600 5
A book called "The Magic Mirror of" this Dutch artist gives insight into how he created those optical effects
    $1600 11
This revered Chinese-born American architect passed away in 2019 shortly after his 102nd birthday
    $1600 7
Echoing a name from about 19 centuries before, Toussaint L'Ouverture, who led a slave revolt in Haiti, was known as "The Black" this
    $1600 17
His "Sexual Healing" ranks as one of the greatest R&B hits of all time
    $1600 2
Essential oils extracted from plants are integral to this practice that is meant to improve physical & mental health
    DD: $4,000 20
The Bay of Navarino is a nearly landlocked bay of this Greek sea which a 2-letter goddess once swam
    $2000 18
This 20th century American artist depicted loneliness in his isolated urban figures, as in "Automat"
    $2000 13
She said what she likes most about her novel "The Outsiders" is "how it has taught a lot of kids to enjoy reading"
    $2000 8
On June 15, 1945 he left a British jail for the ninth & last time; 2 years later he was India's first prime minister
    $2000 15
He's remembered for hits like "You Send Me" & "Twistin' The Night Away"
    $2000 14
To put to the test, like the composition of a metal
    $2000 19
The huge tides of this bay between New Brunswick & Nova Scotia have created formations known as flowerpot rocks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Kathryn David
$10,000 $16,800 $6,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN REFERENCES
This name given to U.K. labor strife in December 1978 & January 1979 was taken from the first line of a Shakespeare history play

Final scores:

Nick Kathryn David
$1,000 $20,001 $1,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,001 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Nick Kathryn David
$8,600 $16,000 $6,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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