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    $800 5
The Golden 1 Center, home to this city's NBA team, has a Jeff Koons sculpture & a mural by the Royal Chicano Air Force
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Show #8637 - Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Contestants

Cherry Ignacio, a software product manager from Maryland Heights, Missouri

Mallory Kass, a children's book editor from Brooklyn, New York

Danielle Maurer, a digital marketing manager from Peachtree Corners, Georgia (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $27,999)

Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITAL ATTRACTIONS
NUMERIC HOMOPHONES
FROM SHE TO SHINING SHE
JEWISH-AMERICAN TRADITIONS
OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE
COLLEGE SPORTS MASCOTS
    $200 28
The vault of the secret formula is part of the experience at the World of Coca-Cola in this city
    $200 29
Prevailed in a contest
    $200 2
Warsaw is home to a statue of this scientist, holding what is supposed to be polonium, part of her life's work
    $200 25
Justice Kagan said of her whereabouts on Christmas Day, "Like all Jews, I was probably at" this kind of restaurant
    $200 30
You "put out" this sign of hospitality; a funny one at your door might say "hope you brought booze"
    $200 19
The unusual mascot of this school is a conestoga wagon known as the Sooner Schooner
    $400 4
Now a museum, Iolani Palace in this capital was once home to royalty
    $400 24
Idiomatically, this verb links the cat to the canary & the dog to your homework
    $400 20
On Dec. 5, 1955 a Montgomery, Alabama court fined her $10 plus $4 in court costs for violating segregation laws
    $400 6
Every Hanukkah, the great debate is renewed--applesauce or sour cream on these?
    $400 13
Sailors have been known to use these to sleep in, but more familiar are the ones tied between 2 trees in your backyard
    $400 22
Cal State Northridge's Matty is short for one of these men in the arena; he doesn't have a sword anymore
    $600 3
In Salt Lake City check out a performance by the world-famous choir at this religious edifice & the famous giant organ too
    $600 1
A golfer's "look out!"
    $600 17
She ended 2019 one Grand Slam singles title short of Margaret Court's record of 24
    $600 9
Many Jewish homes contain a pushke, a little box with a slot in which to drop some coins for tzedakah, this
    $600 14
The USPS asks that you put this container 6-8 inches back from the curb
    $600 23
One of the first college mascots in the U.S., Yale University's Handsome Dan is one of these
    $800 5
The Golden 1 Center, home to this city's NBA team, has a Jeff Koons sculpture & a mural by the Royal Chicano Air Force
    $800 11
It can mean furthermore or very
    DD: $1,500 10
Though indicted by Duterte's govt. in this nation, Nobel Prize winner Maria Ressa said, "We are journalists &... will not be intimidated"
    $800 26
2022 marks the 100th anniversary of 12-year-old Judith Kaplan reading from the Torah, credited as the first of these events
    $800 15
Like the knights who say "Ni!", I desire this for my yard, perhaps mountain laurel or pink flowering almond
    $800 7
UNLV's teams are the Rebels, but one of these sea creatures has been used as a mascot in honor of a former men's basketball coach
    $1000 12
A large marble statue of this hero of the Revolution is outside the capital building in Montpelier
    $1000 21
Merkel's
"No"
    $1000 18
This 3-named woman's novel "Rubyfruit Jungle" is a landmark in gay & lesbian fiction
    $1000 27
At an Ashkenazi one of these, guests dip a finger in wine for each of the plagues; Sephardim put a bit of wine in a bowl, then dispose of it
    $1000 16
Some lawns have access risers leading down to these tanks that treat wastewater
    $1000 8
A live American bison, Ralphie is the mascot of this school at the base of the Rocky Mountains

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

Danielle Mallory Cherry
$1,400 $4,500 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Danielle Mallory Cherry
$1,800 $8,300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE PLAYS BY QUOTE
U.S. GOVERNMENT
JOHN GOODMAN IS HARD TO FIND
JAPANESE HISTORY
"G" WHIZ
THE WWF
(Mayim: That would be the World Wildlife Fund.)
    $400 14
"Something wicked this way comes"
    $400 26
Article III of the Constitution says they "shall hold their offices during good behaviour"--basically, for life
    $400 17
On a sunny day, sweepin' the clouds away, John Goodman dropped by this kids' show to extol the virtues of triangles
    $400 25
According to tradition, this religion was introduced to Japan in 552 A.D.
    $400 1
It's a remark meant to start a conversation, or a chess opening involving a sacrifice
    $400 6
The WWF says 25,000 acres of forest are saved by protecting even one of this predator, like the endangered Sunda of Sumatra
    $800 13
"This above all: to thine own self be true"
    $800 22
The president and his top advisors manage crises in the White House's John F. Kennedy Conference Room, best known as this
    $800 23
There was less of a sheen in the White House when John had a brief run as president as Glenallen Walken on this NBC drama
    $800 21
In 946 A.D. Suzaku abdicated in favor of his brother Murakami, who became the 62nd of these
    $800 2
You don't have to be a math whiz to know that this adjective describes the pattern seen here based on simple shapes
    $800 19
A WWF initiative to feed the world's malnourished people includes farmed this 6-letter fish; Chile provides 30% of the supply
    $1200 3
"I kissed thee ere I killed thee. No way but this, killing myself, to die upon a kiss"
    $1200 7
It's the "D" in the foreign assistance agency USAID; JFK created it & told its first mission directors, no work is more important
    $1200 24
Yes, that's John voicing a ho-ho-homicidal robot Santa Claus trying to take out Fry & Leela on this animated show
    $1200 5
In 1964 Yoshinori Sakai, born the day Hiroshima was bombed, was chosen to carry this in Tokyo's national stadium
    DD: $2,000 8
Add "S" to the end of a word meaning pertaining to old age to get this branch of medicine that focuses on the elderly
    $1200 20
The Beatles donated this fitting song to the album "No One's Gonna Change Our World", a fundraiser for the World Wildlife Fund
    DD: $2,000 4
"The barge she sat in, like a burnished throne, burned on the water"
    $1600 15
Formed in 1942, it struck a balance between the Army & the Navy; Generals Marshall & Arnold & Admirals Leahy & King were members
    $1600 11
Certain World War II fighter planes were produced in the year 2600 of the Japanese empire, leading to this nickname
    $1600 9
2 similar words: one means excessively greedy when it comes to food, & the other, sticky or gummy
    $1600 27
The WWF says adopt--symbolically!--this animal whose name in Latin is Ursus maritimus
    $2000 12
"Conscience is but a word that cowards use, devised at first to keep the strong in awe"
    $2000 16
John Kerry & Joe Biden are past chairs of this Senate committee that shapes international policy
    $2000 18
By 1543 traders from this southern European nation had become the first Westerners to reach Japan
    $2000 10
They gather leftover grain from a field after a harvest like the title women in the Jean-Fran├žois Millet painting seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Danielle Mallory Cherry
$13,400 $9,100 $2,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

LIVE MUSIC
These 2 events held 2 1/2 months & 2,500 miles apart in 1999 were the last of one major music happening & the first of another

Final scores:

Danielle Mallory Cherry
$8,599 $14,100 $700
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,100 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Danielle Mallory Cherry
$12,200 $8,400 $2,800
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
8 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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