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    $800 24
The China Sea is divided into these 2 directional seas
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Show #8461 - Monday, August 9, 2021

Matt Amodio game 14.
First game with Joe Buck as guest host.
Champion's winnings & consolation amounts matched to KidSmart.

Contestants

Brian Cordova-Brookey, an attorney from Pasadena, California

Kristen Nagle, a public servant from El Paso, Texas

Matt Amodio, a Ph.D. student from New Haven, Connecticut (13-day champion whose cash winnings total $430,200)

Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE USA
LITERATURE
BUCKINGHAM PALACE
IT'S A FEDERAL CRIME!
CURRENT TV
THE LETTER AFTER M
    $200 25
Nevada is home to the wonder known as Fly this type of hot spring
    $200 29
It begins, "Somewhere in La Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember"
    $200 30
A grand piano is central to the Music Room, known for hosting baptisms & this religious ceremony where kids get a new name
    $200 19
"Whoever consults... confederates, or corresponds with any" this "or robber upon the seas" has federal issues
    $200 18
This NBC show is about a master criminal who helps the FBI capture others of his ilk
    $200 27
...to make an abbreviation for the "Bay State"
    $400 24
In Great Falls, Montana, visit the Sip 'n Dip, one of these Polynesian style lounges with colorful drinks & swimming mermaids
    $400 22
Seen here is an engraving for the 12th & final segment of the Edmund Spenser work known as "The Shepheardes" this
    $400 23
Seen here is this room in Buckingham Palace, a perfect place for a royal to relax
    $400 28
The Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 says your family can't have this as a pet, but you can look at one right here
    $400 17
If you've filled up on Chip, turn to this half of a famous couple & her cooking show "Magnolia Table"
    $400 26
...to make the opening moniker of performers Hammer, Lyte & Skat Kat
    $600 14
A live type of this tree is a must-see for visitors to Johns Island, South Carolina
    $600 9
In an S.E. Hinton novel, Motorcycle Boy tries to free the aquarium dwellers he calls these, the book's title
    $600 15
Security guys from St. James's Palace & Buckingham Palace meet in the latter's forecourt during this traditional ceremony
    $600 20
Pretending to be a member of this alphanumeric "Learning by Doing" youth organization is a federal offense
    $600 16
The April 7, 2021 episode of "The Goldbergs" included a tribute to this late actor who played Pops
    $600 21
...to make the word for a diatonic scale's third tone
    $800 13
Boise, Idaho has an alliterative "Block" for these people of the Pyrenees, dedicated to preserving their culture
    $800 5
The title domicile of this Hawthorne novel is halfway down Pyncheon Street
    $800 6
Don't set your beer glass down on the Table of the Great Commanders made with this material, a specialty of Sèvres, France
    $800 8
For writing a check for less than this listed amount of money, you can be fined or "imprisoned not more than six months, or both"
    $800 7
Hospital patients on "The Resident" can take comfort in familiar faces like this actor who once played young Theo Huxtable
    $800 12
...to make a Greek letter
    DD: $4,400 10
The purple seats near the top of Coors Field tell you you've reached this geographic designation
    $1000 1
Hilary Mantel's trilogy about Tudor royals is named for this residence
    $1000 2
At the top of the Triumphal Arch in the ballroom is a medallion with profiles of Queen Victoria & this man, her husband
    $1000 4
No matter your hopes of riches playing EuroMillions, do not mail payment to purchase a foreign one of these
    $1000 3
Charm, scenery & cow anatomy are features of this adaptation of James Herriot's veterinary memoir seen on PBS
    $1000 11
...to abbreviate a unit of capacity equal to 0.03381 fluid ounce

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

Matt Kristen Brian
$12,600 $0 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Kristen Brian
$14,800 $200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

LET'S SEA
"A" MOVIE
DEM BONES
HISTORIC NAMES
GRAB BAG
MYTH RUN-ONS
(Joe: A response might be, "Calliopeople".)
    $400 29
Don't forget your parka if you're going sailing on the Barents Sea, part of this ocean
    $400 1
This 2009 movie won Oscars for art direction, cinematography & visual effects
    $400 30
The standard count of 206 bones in the body does not include these, which are not considered bones as they are covered with enamel
    $400 28
The U.S. Naval Academy is the final resting place of this "Father of the American Navy"
    $400 13
Found in a 1927 Girl Scout handbook, the first official recipe for this marshmallow campfire treat had it as 2 words
    $400 25
Roman fire god, now a big orange melon
    $800 24
The China Sea is divided into these 2 directional seas
    $800 12
David Koechner was quirky sportscaster Champ Kind in this 2004 comedy
    $800 27
Men do not have more of these bones than women, but some people have extra cervical ones near the collar bone
    $800 23
Her death & that of son Caesarion in 30 B.C. ended the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt
    $800 14
Helen Free helped develop the dip-&-read test, which detects glucose, making at-home monitoring of this disease easier
    $800 26
The guy who did all the labors now has lots of wounds
    $1200 20
James Weddell tried to name a sea indenting this continent's coastline for his king, but it ended up named for him
    $1200 11
It won the Oscar as the best film of 2012
    $1200 21
In your back, T1-T12 refers to the thoracic these
    $1200 19
20 years before sailing to America, this Quaker colonist was expelled from Oxford for religious nonconformity
    $1200 15
One of the greatest poets in this language is Dafydd ap Gwilym, who lived in the 1300s
    $1200 22
Multi-headed hell-hound, now bent on stealin' cattle
    $1600 5
Known to the ancients as Oceanus Hibernicus, it's connected to the Atlantic within the British Isles
    DD: $2,000 6
This 1997 thriller about President Marshall was set largely on the title transport
    DD: $4,000 4
Sesamoid bones are found in tendons; the best known is this bone at the lower end of the quadriceps tendon
    $1600 2
This conquistador & his men reached the coast of Florida in 1539 & the Mississippi River 2 years later
    $1600 18
Scottish postman Nathan Evans became a TikTok sensation with his performance of "The Wellerman", one of these sailor songs
    $1600 3
Greek goddess of the hunt who will get you a kiss if you stand underneath her in December
    $2000 16
The Cook Strait leads into this sea named for a 17th century navigator
    $2000 10
The title of this 2007 film starring Saoirse Ronan is a synonym for expiation
    $2000 9
This colorfully named type of partial fracture is a break on only one side of a bone
    $2000 7
An astronomer & mathematician, this African-American with an alliterative name helped survey they area that became Washington, D.C.
    $2000 17
TV's "That Girl", today she's the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children's Hospital
    $2000 8
Labyrinth maker with a sparkling shine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Kristen Brian
$44,400 $1,800 $5,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

BEASTLY EPONYMS
A penguin species found in southern South America is named for this 16th century man whose crew were the first from Europe to see them

Final scores:

Matt Kristen Brian
$10,400 $1 $3,601
14-day champion: $440,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Matt Kristen Brian
$38,200 $1,800 $5,000
40 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
4 R,
2 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $45,000

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