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    $400 27
This tech mogul's son David helped bankroll movies like "True Grit" & "World War Z"
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Show #8367 - Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to HealthCorps.

Contestants

Amanda Gaspary, a curriculum specialist from Lakeland, Florida

Jean Westcott, a book publishing professional from Woodbridge, Virginia

Bryce Hwang, a medical student from Santa Clara, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $28,400)

Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
PARK THEMES
12-LETTER WORDS
KIPLING CHARACTERS
KIM
MOGUL "E"
    $200 13
The Goths & Vandals were 2 of these groups, a term for non-Greeks or Romans, presumably with bad table manners
    $200 14
"My Friend, The Brachiosaurus" is on the soundtrack of this 1993 film
    $200 19
Where many of us start our schooling, at age 5 or so
    $200 24
In Kipling's first novel, "The Light That Failed", an artist suffers this fate from the delayed effects of a war wound
    $200 9
This woman seen here is working on criminal justice reform issue
    $200 26
In 1982 mogul & philanthropist Bernard Newcomb co-founded what became this online brokerage
    $400 4
In April 1830 this country passed a law aiming to curb illegal immigration of Americans over its border
    $400 15
The carousel that's been in this Manhattan park since 1871 plays the song "Sidewalks Of New York"
    $400 20
From the Latin for "full trust", this adjective means intended to be kept secret
    $400 12
Brave 6-year-old Percival William Williams is known as "Wee" this, from a book of nursery rhymes
    $400 7
Kim Novak said the way Jimmy Stewart tries to mold her character in this film is similar to what Hollywood did to actresses
    $400 27
This tech mogul's son David helped bankroll movies like "True Grit" & "World War Z"
    $600 3
Days after crossing the Delaware, Washington won the battle of this place but the painting is in rival Yale's art gallery
    $600 16
Water from different oceans was part of the ceremonies when this ride with its own song opened at Disneyland in 1966
    $600 21
Playful & lively, kittens are often described by this 12-letter adjective that begins with the name of another animal
    $600 8
McAndrew in "McAndrew's Hymn" is a Scottish one of these on a ship, but doesn't say, "I've given her all she's got, captain!"
    $600 6
This country's first female prime minister was Kim Campbell, who served in 1993
    $600 28
Worth $71 billion, Mukesh Ambani runs India's reliance industries & per Forbes, is the richest guy in this economic sector
    $800 2
This people who formed an empire in 19th century southern Africa bears the name of a ruler, the son of Malandela
    $800 17
Rapper Lil Wayne has made no secret of his main hobby, as in a 2016 video set among the ramps of this kind of park
    $800 22
The official act of making someone a saint in the Catholic church
    DD: $2,000 11
"It was 'Din! Din! Din!"' as the regiment called for this water carrier
    $800 5
In 2020 Kim Ng became the first woman general manager in Major League Baseball, for this Florida team
    $800 30
Last name of Lars Magnus, who in the year the telephone was patented, started this Swedish telecom giant
    $1000 1
Around 3000 B.C. the Sumerian settlement of Uruk was the first big city in this historic region, at its southeast end
    $1000 18
This song by Survivor is used to get baseball fans fired up at Comerica Park
    $1000 23
Often competitive, it's lifting weights & exercising to display one's physique
    $1000 25
Kipling knew that this is the Hindi word for "bear"; a character of his sounds just like it
    $1000 10
This world leader died in December 2011
    $1000 29
Tim Wentworth, pres. of drug deliverer these "Scripts", established a scholarship at his community college alma mater

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Bryce Jean Amanda
$6,800 $2,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bryce Jean Amanda
$6,600 $7,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

LAKES & RIVERS
THE OLD TESTAMENT
FOOD LABELS & FABLES
ABBREV. TV
SCIENCE CLASS
A "HA"!
(Mehmet: All of the responses are going to start with "H-A".)
    $400 22
Jesus was baptized in the waters of this river
    $400 7
The name of this book of the Pentateuch has 5 syllables
    $400 24
A museum in Parma, Italy has an entire exhibit of counterfeit Parmigiano-Reggiano this
    $400 1
Millions of viewers start their day with it:
"GMA"
    $400 20
This green pigment found in plants is similar in structure to hemoglobin
    $400 19
Oak & maple are popular types of this used to make furniture & flooring
    $800 23
In 1858 explorer John Speke said that this lake was a source of the Nile River
    $800 3
The Greek for "time" gives us the names of 1 & 2 this
    $800 25
The FDA says these "which have been dyed red, impregnated with sugar & packed" in syrup can be called maraschino
    $800 11
A creepy anthology series:
"AHS"
    $800 21
Each atom of this element has only one proton
    $800 18
First popular in the late 1800s, it's the mustache style seen here
    DD: $7,000 2
Dipping into Ohio, this one of the Great Lakes extends farthest south
    $1200 4
King Saul's time is detailed in the 2 books named for this prophet
    $1200 28
Often, this fungus isn't in the oil bearing its name; Gordon Ramsay called it one of the "most ridiculous" ingredients
    $1200 10
A soap that was set in Llanview:
"OLTL"
    $1200 14
This ocean has the greatest average depth, about 14,000 feet
    $1200 17
It's the loin & leg of a 4-footed animal used for food
    $1600 26
This river that rises in the Alps flows through Lake Geneva & France before emptying into the Mediterranean
    DD: $5,000 6
This book is aptly titled--it consists of 5 chapters of woe over the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 B.C.
    $1600 29
It takes filaments of 150 flowers to make a gram of this expensive spice--corn silk is often used to fake it
    $1600 9
We give Adama:
"BSG"
    $1600 13
The masseter muscle closes the jaw by lifting this bone
    $1600 16
Here's Degas's depiction of one of these comic characters
    $2000 27
During winter parts of this longest river in Poland freeze over
    $2000 5
The last book of the Old Testament is named for this prophet whose name means "my messenger"
    $2000 30
For years this "grown-up" process has added imitation vanilla to so-called pure vanilla extract
    $2000 8
OK, Boomer, it was created by & starred Bob Keeshan:
"CK"
    $2000 12
On a seesaw this is the product of the force used & the distance from the pivot point
    $2000 15
Once meaning an innkeeper, it's a sign of things to come, good or bad

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bryce Jean Amanda
$34,200 $12,800 $4,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
While performing in Philadelphia, the future father of this man sent a letter threatening to slit Andrew Jackson's throat

Final scores:

Bryce Jean Amanda
$40,200 $2 $9,600
2-day champion: $68,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Bryce Jean Amanda
$23,800 $12,800 $4,800
31 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
2 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,400

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