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    $1600 14
Fast twitch & slow twitch are 2 types of this in the body
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Show #8700 - Friday, September 16, 2022

Luigi de Guzman game 6.

Contestants

Emmett Stanton, a freelance writer from Baltimore, Maryland

Melissa Woodall, a homemaker from Fort Smith, Arkansas

Luigi de Guzman, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia (5-day champion whose cash winnings total $140,700)

Jeopardy! Round

HERSTORY
TEXTING ABBREV.
2022 GEOGRA-FEE
FREDS UP
MAGAZINE COVERS
HELP ME MOVE MY STUFF?
    $200 16
In 1774 North Carolina's Penelope Barker led a protest against this British product, making a mulberry version instead
    $200 17
Suffering from FOMO? You've got this
    $200 6
Know what the cost is for the ferry from Manhattan to this borough? Nothin'! Bupkis! & it runs 24/7, baby! We love New Yawk!
    $200 1
A red cardigan sweater worn by this beloved TV host is in the Smithsonian
    $200 21
March 28, 2022 issues of Time featured 2 different covers: "The Resilience of" & "The Agony of" this country
    $200 26
That Bible's not for the yard sale! It was printed around 1455 by this man & only 48 are known to survive; I think it might be valuable
    $400 12
Virologist June Almeida was the first to identify one of these, & gave it this name due to its resemblance to a crown
    $400 8
I've got nothing new to report; it's BAU, this
    $400 7
It's 1,400 miles between Fargo & this city; if you wanted to bus there & see the statue of Rocky, an economy ticket was $222
    $400 2
His "Steps in Time" autobiography included a foreword by Ginger Rogers
    $400 23
A 1968 Esquire cover depicted this banned boxer as the martyred St. Sebastian
    $400 27
You don't have to know why I own 22 of this kind of hat; let's just box 'em up
    $600 9
The formerly enslaved Isabella Baumfree said the spirit told her to preach & she renamed herself this
    $600 18
I miss you, babe:
WYWH
    $600 13
It's about 200 miles north from Syracuse to this world capital; if you get 40 miles to the gallon at $5 per, that's a $25 trip
    $600 3
This actor & funnyman has been the recipient of 2 Peabody Awards--one for "SNL", the other for "Portlandia"
    $600 22
The June 1985 cover of this magazine showed a 12-year-old Afghan refugee & described her "haunted eyes"
    $600 28
This company says its Model D piano is "the pinnacle of concert grands"; I say let's try not to scratch it as we exit the living room
    DD: $1,000 10
Roxana married this conqueror in 327 B.C. & after his death, killed another wife or wives & consolidated the throne
    $800 19
Exactly! I had the same idea:
GMTA,
short for this
    $800 14
In Wyoming but also stretching into 2 other states, this natl. park has a $35 entry fee per car but 80% funds critical projects
    $800 4
Fred Grandy, best known for playing Gopher the purser on this series, went on to represent Iowa in Congress
    $800 24
A 1969 Life cover showed Buzz Aldrin &, mirrored in Buzz' visor, this man who had taken the photo
    $800 29
Don't ask how I got this Rodin bronze from outside the Detroit Institute of Arts, but it's 2,000 lbs. & now we gotta get it in the truck
    $1000 11
Out gathering firewood along a river on February 11, 1858, she saw the first of her 18 visions of the Virgin Mary
    $1000 20
I can totally relate:
SOML,
this
    $1000 15
Flying Emirates--first class, natch!--from L.A. to DXB, the airport serving this city, could set you back $16k, just one way
    $1000 5
He is the late senator, actor & presidential candidate seen here
    $1000 25
This magazine's black-on-black 9/11 cover was a joint effort by its art editor Fran├žoise Mouly & her husband Art Spiegelman
    $1000 30
Be careful with my pet this, the weasel family's largest member; he's omnivorous & likely polygamous but most of all, ferocious

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

Luigi Melissa Emmett
$1,200 $400 $6,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Luigi Melissa Emmett
$3,200 $400 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH LITERATURE
MAGNETS!
THINK FAST
TELEVISION
EXPLORERS
BEYOND THE PALE
(Ken: These are responses that come alphabetically just after the word "pale".)
    $400 2
Mary Margaret Kaye's novel "The Far Pavilions" takes place in this country during the time of the Raj
    $400 26
Magnetic poles tend to wander, & for hundreds of years, Greenwich positioned magnetic this west of true this
    $400 11
For a 1982 film this title school home to "fast times" was played by Van Nuys high school & Canoga Park High School
    $400 10
A 3-part documentary from Ken Burns titled "The U.S. &" this dispels the myth that Americans were unaware of Nazi atrocities
    $400 16
On his third voyage in 1778, he reached the Hawaiian Islands & named them the Sandwich Islands, after one of his patrons
    $400 21
This study of ancient life on Earth deals with dinosaur bones, as well as fossils of plants & even microbes
    $800 3
This Robert Louis Stevenson novel recounts the adventures of Scottish orphan David Balfour
    $800 27
It's your lucky day as you name this magnet; it's strong magnetic field between the poles is due to the close proximity
    $800 12
Trying to scoop up a cesta, a basket racquet used in this fast-paced sport
    $800 7
2008 Emmys went to Paul Giamatti as this Founding Father & Laura Linney as his wife Abigail
    $800 17
Pedro Cabral was on his way to India when he somehow landed on the coast of South America & claimed this country for Portugal
    $800 22
This wooden structure can really handle some weight
    $1200 4
He created a heroine named Tess, who bears a child named Sorrow & later kills the man who seduced her
    $1200 28
This 3-letter medical procedure involves the patient lying in a hollow, cylindrical magnet & getting their atoms scanned
    $1200 13
This Reese's peanut butter & chocolate bar shares its name with a basketball play
    $1200 1
He played an Appalachian doctor on the front lines of the opioid crisis in "Dopesick"
    DD: $3,000 18
A statue on the grounds of Minnesota's state capitol honors this Viking, who reached North America around 1000
    DD: $3,000 23
The word racecar is an example of one of these
    $1600 5
Name shared by a shortbread cookie & the title heroine in an R.D. Blackmore romance
    $1600 29
Robert Goddard conceptualized this type of train that eliminates friction of the wheels on rails, enabling speeds of 300+ mph
    $1600 14
Fast twitch & slow twitch are 2 types of this in the body
    $1600 9
From 1971 to 1992 Alistair Cooke ushered in dramas on the PBS series then known by this 2-word title
    $1600 19
In 1960 this Kiwi organized & led an expedition in the Himalayas to do high altitude research & to search for the Yeti
    $1600 24
A mainstay of the southeastern U.S. is this type of tree
    $2000 6
For plays like "The Homecoming" & "The Birthday Party" this dramatist was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2005
    $2000 30
Shine a light into a gas in a magnetic field to see the Zeeman effect, the resplitting of lines in this arrangement of colors
    $2000 15
Clocked at speeds near 70 mph underwater & one of the fastest ocean fish, it's named for its large dorsal fin
    $2000 8
Amanda Seyfried portrayed this Theranos founder in "The Dropout"
    $2000 20
Panama's currency is named for this explorer who crossed the isthmus & sighted the Pacific in 1513
    $2000 25
It can mean a series of cliffs or a fortification of defensive stakes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Luigi Melissa Emmett
$18,000 $2,800 $15,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

DISNEY SONGS
"We Don't Talk About Bruno" from "Encanto" is the first song from an animated Disney film to hit No. 1 since this duet in 1993

Final scores:

Luigi Melissa Emmett
$19,551 $1 $25,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $25,800

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Luigi Melissa Emmett
$19,200 $2,800 $15,600
26 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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