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    $1000 5
She found "A Little Romance" as a teen & later sizzled on screen opposite Richard Gere in "The Cotton Club" & "Unfaithful"
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Show #8389 - Thursday, April 29, 2021

Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to Justice Defenders.

Contestants

Emily Sands, a vice president of operations from Chanhassen, Minnesota

Colin Beazley, a private investment professional from West Palm Beach, Florida

Leah Caglio, a product manager originally from Phoenix, Arizona (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,595)

Jeopardy! Round

TO YOUR HEALTH
FORMER CHILD STARS
GEOGRAPHIC TOP 10s
MASTERPIECE/
THEATER
ANNOYING WORD!
DICE ROLL NAMES
    $200 18
Dairy products are high in this element, atomic No. 20, that is vital to bone growth & health
    $200 1
Now in his 30s, he grew up playing Harry Potter on the big screen
    $200 6
With a January average of -53 F., Verkhoyansk in this 2.5 million-sq.-mile region is often ranked the world's coldest spot
    $200 27
Life hasn't turned out so well for Biff & Happy Loman in this play, which has a massive spoiler for a title
    $200 26
A proverbial "pet" one can be about people who are always late to meetings
    $200 25
Snake eyes
    $400 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Hungarian Open Air Museum in Szentendre, Hungary.) Paprika plants are rich in this vitamin, also called ascorbic acid; Hungarian Nobel Prize winner Albert Szent-Györgyi, the first to isolate it, used the plants in his experiments
    $400 2
Here's this actor back around the time he was playing Doogie Howser
    DD: $1,000 7
It's the world's third-largest body of water by surface area
    $400 28
After doling out wish fulfillment nightly, James Monroe Iglehart got one for himself with a 2014 Tony win for this musical role
    $400 23
It precedes "feathers" when you upset someone
    $400 24
Boxcars
    $600 20
Tomato juice contains lycopene, one of these free radical fighters
    $600 3
Jason Bateman made his TV series debut in 1981 as the Ingalls' adopted son James on this show
    $600 8
3 of the world's 10 wettest spots are in this U.S. state
    $600 9
This artist used his signature gold leaf technique on one of his 2 portraits of Viennese society woman Adele Bloch-Bauer
    $600 10
To make one listless through monotony; you can also go "full-" this when employing maximum effort
    $600 15
Jimmy Hicks
    $800 21
The cancer-fighting glucosinolates in these 2-word veggies the size & shape of a golf ball is sure to get kids to eat them
    $800 4
This Brit, a future Oscar winner, had his first major role in 1987's "Empire of the Sun"
    $800 16
This Japanese island is the world's 7th largest
    $800 29
Kate & Petruchio butt heads, to say the least, in this classic play first printed in 1623
    $800 11
To bug, intrude or pester, or as Winnie the Pooh's catchphrase goes, "Oh", this
    $800 13
On the first roll in craps, a natural is an 11 or this
    $1000 22
Capsaicin in spicy foods is thought to boost this, all the chemical reactions that change food into energy, from Greek for "change"
    $1000 5
She found "A Little Romance" as a teen & later sizzled on screen opposite Richard Gere in "The Cotton Club" & "Unfaithful"
    $1000 17
This mountain chain that extends some 1,500 miles from Morocco to Tunisia is the world's 7th longest
    $1000 30
"The Persistence of Memory", a 1931 oil-on-canvas piece by him, is on display at MOMA, & you can set your watch by that
    $1000 12
Though the word ends with a smile, much to my this, it means distress caused by failure
    $1000 14
Acey-deucey

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

Leah Colin Emily
$2,000 $2,200 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Colin Emily
$4,200 $5,200 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GOVERNORS
CHARACTER-TITLED NOVELS
LANGUAGES
POP CULTURE PRIESTS
ORDER IN THE COURT
WHAT'S THE DEAL"IO"?
(Anderson: Responses end in "I-O".)
    $400 26
James Throckmorton was removed as Texas governor in 1867 as he was an "impediment to" this post-Civil War rebuilding phase
    $400 6
The title teen's prom night is extra-excitiing in this 1974 debut novel
    $400 11
Bengali is an officially recognized language in these 2 nations
    $400 16
On this show Reverend Lovejoy told Ned, "There's an oil stain in the parking lot that looks just like St. Barnabas"
    $400 21
A writ of mittimus is an order requiring a person to be kept here until a court says otherwise
    $400 1
A Brit might bid farewell to an "old chap" using this word
    $800 27
Gaining office in a 2003 recall election, he was once known as "The Austrian Oak"
    $800 7
At 6'6" & 242 pounds this Alabaman is bigger on the page than on the screen but the near-70 I.Q. is about right
    $800 12
This country's 11 official languages include Setswana & isiXhosa
    $800 17
In the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby" he is "writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear"
    $800 22
A T.R.O. is a temporary one of these, protecting someone from being threatened, stalked or harassed
    $800 2
It's a large-scale musical work for voices & orchestra usually based on a religious theme
    $1200 29
A grad of Northwestern Law, Adlai Stevenson governed this state from 1949 to 1953
    $1200 8
The narrator of this Nabokov novel tells us that at age 13 he loved a girl named Annabel
    $1200 13
Spasiba! You just learned how to say "thank you" in this language, & you're welcome
    $1200 18
On HBO Jude Law was "The Young Pope" & this actor had no trouble being "The New Pope"
    $1200 23
Willfully disobey a judge's order & you're in this, 3 words you don't want to hear
    $1200 3
It adds some spicy bitterness to a salad
    DD: $9,000 28
In 1921 Channing Cox succeeded this upwardly mobile governor of Massachusetts who went by the same 2 initials
    $1600 9
Husband Alexei is the odd man out in this novel that ends with a terrible way to catch a train
    $1600 14
About 20 million in this East African nation speak Amharic
    DD: $2,200 19
Ewan McGregor plays the Vatican's Camerlengo in this 2009 film based on a Dan Brown book
    $1600 24
It's a 4-letter order to halt a judicial proceeding--good boy!
    $1600 4
Type of cabinet in which to display your knickknacks, bizarre or otherwise
    $2000 30
Seen here, before his assassination in Baton Rouge, he called himself "sui generis", meaning one of a kind
    $2000 10
This title Defoe heroine has 5 weddings but no funeral
    $2000 15
Some scholars trace the origin of the word "Andes" to a word meaning "high crest" in this indigenous language
    $2000 20
Seen here, he played the hot priest who was the object of affection for TV's "Fleabag"
    $2000 25
This type of 3-word order commands a business or person to stop what they're doing, stat
    $2000 5
From the Latin for "messenger", it's a papal ambassador to a foreign government

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Colin Emily
$17,200 $17,200 $18,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

ODD WORDS
A homophone of a letter in the alphabet, this 5-letter word sounds the same if you remove its last 4 vowels

Final scores:

Leah Colin Emily
$30,200 $24,200 $36,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $36,600

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Leah Colin Emily
$16,600 $16,600 $11,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $44,400

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