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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby frankfrank » Wed Dec 07, 2016 7:38 pm

Does anybody keep or archive the CONTESTANT INTERVIEW segment of Jeopardy! shows?

I saw part of the December 6 (yesterday) interview go by, and my immediate thought is that "HOLY ****, I HAVE TO TELL .... ABOUT THIS!!!" But I wasn't recording the show, and as a result any hope of writing down the Q&A went by, and out of the "ether," and was forever lost.

Is there anyplace that is even possible to get a transcript of yesterday's interview? That would be adequate. An actual video clip isn't necessary.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby MarkBarrett » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:38 pm

rpg wrote:The sports category seemed tricky to me since those players generally weren't people who had shown up on J! much in the past. How were people answering them -- knowledge of the players, or some TOMs I didn't pick up on?


Lefty Grove is a famous pitcher and that is the position with wins counted.

Elvin Hayes is a great basketball player and minutes played narrows the sports.

Northern Dancer was named as a horse. An important race run in two minutes is going to be the Kentucky Derby.

Mercury Morris was named as a Miami Dolphin so football. A key milestone for running yards is 1,000 yards as the list for 2,000 yds is very short and he's not one of them.

Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.

Knowing the name of the pitcher was not necessary to solve the clue.

Not knowing the Big E makes the next one more difficult.

The third one was in some ways the easiest of the five clues.

For a football fan there's nothing to think about for $800. For non-fans 1,000 yds has either hit the radar or not over the years. The player's name does not matter.

The last one was asking either for a clam or a miss while once again the player's name itself was not important.

Right, the category did not really have TOMs to it as some clues do and some don't.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby bpmod » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:48 pm

MarkBarrett wrote:Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.

I am quite confused by that clue. Esposito scored some 70+ goals in the 70-71 (I think) season. 50 goals in a season was old hat in 1981 when Gretzky scored 50 in 39 games.

What am I missing?

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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby MarkBarrett » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:08 pm

bpmod wrote:
MarkBarrett wrote:Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.

I am quite confused by that clue. Esposito scored some 70+ goals in the 70-71 (I think) season. 50 goals in a season was old hat in 1981 when Gretzky scored 50 in 39 games.

What am I missing?

Brian


The category was SPORTS ROUND NUMBERS (What we call pretty numbers around here).

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When Dennis Maruk of Washington had EXACTLY 50 goals on the nose in 1980-81 that was the first time since the Rocket that a player matched that goal total for a season.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby rpg » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:11 pm

MarkBarrett wrote:
rpg wrote:The sports category seemed tricky to me since those players generally weren't people who had shown up on J! much in the past. How were people answering them -- knowledge of the players, or some TOMs I didn't pick up on?


Lefty Grove is a famous pitcher and that is the position with wins counted.

Elvin Hayes is a great basketball player and minutes played narrows the sports.

Northern Dancer was named as a horse. An important race run in two minutes is going to be the Kentucky Derby.

Mercury Morris was named as a Miami Dolphin so football. A key milestone for running yards is 1,000 yards as the list for 2,000 yds is very short and he's not one of them.

Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.

Knowing the name of the pitcher was not necessary to solve the clue.

Not knowing the Big E makes the next one more difficult.

The third one was in some ways the easiest of the five clues.

For a football fan there's nothing to think about for $800. For non-fans 1,000 yds has either hit the radar or not over the years. The player's name does not matter.

The last one was asking either for a clam or a miss while once again the player's name itself was not important.

Right, the category did not really have TOMs to it as some clues do and some don't.


Cool, thanks! I'd forgotten about the Derby clue which I understood how to get. I guess the takeaway here is basically that I should learn more about sports records and the sports themselves for the most part, rather than it being a category about particular participants.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby opusthepenguin » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:20 pm

frankfrank wrote:Does anybody keep or archive the CONTESTANT INTERVIEW segment of Jeopardy! shows?

I saw part of the December 6 (yesterday) interview go by, and my immediate thought is that "HOLY ****, I HAVE TO TELL .... ABOUT THIS!!!" But I wasn't recording the show, and as a result any hope of writing down the Q&A went by, and out of the "ether," and was forever lost.

Is there anyplace that is even possible to get a transcript of yesterday's interview? That would be adequate. An actual video clip isn't necessary.


Here's the closed-caption transcript:
Spoiler: show
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<i> This is "Jeopardy!"</i>

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<i> Here are</i>
<i> today's contestants --</i>

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<i> a scientist from San Francisco,</i>
<i> California...</i>

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<i> A housewife from</i>
<i> Cleveland Heights, Ohio...</i>

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<i> And our returning champion,</i>

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<i> an editor from Vermilion,</i>
<i> Ohio...</i>

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<i> And now here is</i>
<i> the host of "Jeopardy!" --</i>

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<i> Alex Trebek!</i>

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Thank you, Johnny.

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Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.

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At the end of yesterday's
program, Tim admitted to me

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that he felt more nervous
as the defending champion

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on that program yesterday than
he did in his first appearance

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on our show last week.

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Alison and Anuj,
good to have you with us.

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Good luck, players.
Here we go.

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Now let's take a look
at the categories.

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Those three letters
are gonna come up

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in each correct response.

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...featuring
our on-air talent

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from our affiliate
stations.

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Tim, you start us.

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"ORE" for $200.

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Tim.

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-What is a snore?
-Right.

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"ORE" for $400.

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Anuj.

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-What is yore?
-Correct.

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I'll take Sports Round Numbers
for $200.

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Anuj.

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-What is pitcher?
-Right.

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Sports Round Numbers, $400.

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Tim.

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-What is basketball?
-Right.

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Round Numbers for $600.

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Anuj.

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-What is the Kentucky Derby?
-Good.

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Sports Round Numbers, $800.

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Tim.

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-What is 1,000?
-Yes.

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Mining for "ORE" for $600.

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Anuj.

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-What is lore?
-Lore or folklore, correct.

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And Sports Round Numbers,
$1,000.

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Anuj.

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What is 60?

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No.
Alison or Tim?

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Missed it by 10, Anuj --
50 games, 50 goals.

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Back to you, though.

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I'll take Clues Across America,
$200.

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<i> Hi, I'm Shannon Hegy,</i>
<i> from WPRI 12.</i>

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Tim.

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-What is Providence?
-You are right.

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"ORE" for $800.

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Tim.

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-What is commodore?
-That's right.

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"ORE" for $1,000.

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Anuj.

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-What are encores?
-Correct.

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Clues Across America, $400.

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<i> Hi, I'm Ben Bailey</i>
<i> from Local 4.</i>

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Tim.

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-Who is Joe Louis?
-Joe Louis, Detroit, yes.

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Clues Across America, $600.

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<i> Hi, I'm Cheryl Scott of ABC 7.</i>

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Anuj.

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-Who is Hancock?
-Yes.

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Clues Across America, $800.

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<i> Hi, I'm Rob Fowler from News 2.</i>

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Tim.

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-What is Rainbow Row?
-Yes.

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Clues Across America, $1,000.

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All right, here we go.

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<i> Hi, I'm Juliana Mazza</i>
<i> with 22 News.</i>

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Tim.

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-What is Geisel?
-Theodor Geisel, that's right.

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And you add to your lead.

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And we are going to
take our first break

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for these messages.

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So please stay with us.

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People often ask me is
there a way you can prepare

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for an appearance
on "Jeopardy!"

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Well, Anuj Patel,
you've come up with a way.

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Yeah, any big test or interview,
my preparation involves

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listening to "The Karate Kid"
theme song --

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"You're the Best Around."
-Aha.

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So a lot of -- it gets you
really pumped up,

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convinces you that
you're the best.

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And if you've got enough space,
you can do some crane kicks.

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And so far, in your career,
that has worked.

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It's worked so far.
It's gotten me here, so...

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We'll see
what happens today.

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Alison Carey is from
Cleveland Heights, Ohio.

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A few years ago, I used

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to watch a show
called "Deadwood."

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And one of the characters
on that

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was Al Swearengen,
is that right?

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And you have managed
to trace your family tree

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back to someone
with that name?

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Yeah, I was -- I saw the name
Swearengen in my family tree,

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and I found a website that had
Al Swearengen's family tree,

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and I -- well, I'm not
descendant from him,

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but we have the same
great-great-great-great-great-

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great-great-great-grandfather.

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He was a nasty character!

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Yeah.

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But good for you,
tracking it down.

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Tim Aten
from Vermilion, Ohio.

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Won a penmanship award --

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not at a school,
not at a college.

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But at a bar
in a trivia game?

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Yeah.
A couple years ago.

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I became the de facto captain

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of our trivia team
just because I...

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-Had good penmanship?
-Yeah.

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No, because I'm kind of
a control freak and then...

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Oh.

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Since I was writing
the answers down,

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I was really, really careful
when I wrote them.

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And then one night,
the woman running it decided

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she was sick of seeing
all the chicken scratch

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all the other teams had down

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and wanted people to write
their answers clearly,

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so I got a free appetizer.

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Oh.
Oh, a free appetizer!

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Big bucks in those bar
trivia games.

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All right,
let's get back into this.

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You command the board.

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Nuts for $200.

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Anuj.

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-What are chestnuts?
-Yes.

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Nuts, $400.

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Alison.

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-What is pecan?
-Yes, you're on the board.

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Structured, $200.

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Tim.

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-What is a kennel?
-That's it.

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Nuts for $600.

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Anuj.

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What are macadamias?

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Yeah, but you got
to love them anyway. Go.

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That's Just Nuts! $800.

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Alison.

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-What's cashew?
-Yeah.

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Nuts, $1,000.

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Anuj.

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-What are pistachios?
-That's it.

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Barrage of Books, $200.

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Alison.

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-What is "Goodnight Moon"?
-Right.

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Books, $400.

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Tim.

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-Who was Madame Bovary?
-Correct.

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Books for $600.

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Alison.

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-Who is Scott?
-Scott -- Sir Walter Scott, yes.

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Less than a minute
to go now.

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Books, $800.

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Answer...

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And just like that,
you can get yourself

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right back
into the thick of this.

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Let's make it a true
Daily Double.

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All right.
Here is your clue.

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Alison?
Say something.

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[ Beep ]

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"Schindler's Ark."
Ark.

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All right, pick again.

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Books, $1,000.

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This Frenchman's novel,
"Nausea,"

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is about a man
coming to terms

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with the meaning or
meaninglessness of existence.

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Alison.

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Who is Camus?

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No.

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Anuj or Tim?

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Who is Jean-Paul Sartre?
Go again, Alison.

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Structure, $400.

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Anuj.

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-What is a warehouse?
-That's it.

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[ Beep beep beep ]

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And with that,
you go to $4,600.

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You're still
in second place.

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Alison faltering a little,

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but a lot of cash available
in Double Jeopardy!

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And that's the round
in which she goes first,

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when we come back.

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<i> Closed captioning</i>
<i> sponsored in part by...</i>

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Alex: Alison was doing well,

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faltered a little
on a Daily Double,

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but now gets to go first
in Double Jeopardy!,

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with these categories in play.

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[ Laughter ]

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All right,
Alison, off you go.

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Out of Africa for $400.

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Tim.

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-What is an ostrich?
-That's it.

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Africa for $800.

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Here's Kelly.

199
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<i> A stress-reliever</i>
<i> that strengthens the spine</i>

200
00:15:53,020 --> 00:15:56,655
<i> and even stretches the lungs,</i>
<i> this yoga pose gets its name</i>

201
00:15:56,657 --> 00:15:58,857
<i> from a great</i>
<i> Egyptian landmark.</i>

202
00:15:58,859 --> 00:16:00,492
Tim.

203
00:16:00,494 --> 00:16:02,093
-What is the sphinx?
-Sphinx, yes.

204
00:16:02,095 --> 00:16:03,261
Out of Africa for $1,200.

205
00:16:10,937 --> 00:16:11,837
Tim again.

206
00:16:11,839 --> 00:16:13,738
-What is Timbuktu?
-Right.

207
00:16:13,740 --> 00:16:15,474
Out of Africa for $1,600.

208
00:16:22,682 --> 00:16:24,115
Alison.

209
00:16:24,117 --> 00:16:26,184
-What is Rastafarianism?
-That's it.

210
00:16:26,186 --> 00:16:27,486
You're out of the hole.

211
00:16:27,488 --> 00:16:28,920
Out of Africa for $2,000.

212
00:16:37,296 --> 00:16:39,097
Anuj.

213
00:16:39,099 --> 00:16:41,733
-What is Bantu?
-Bantu, right you are.

214
00:16:41,735 --> 00:16:43,001
Scientists, $400.

215
00:16:51,944 --> 00:16:53,144
Tim.

216
00:16:53,146 --> 00:16:55,347
-Who is Newton?
-Isaac Newton is right.

217
00:16:55,349 --> 00:16:56,214
"U" for $400.

218
00:17:03,322 --> 00:17:04,389
Tim.

219
00:17:04,391 --> 00:17:07,125
-What is "Ugly Betty"?
-You got it.

220
00:17:07,127 --> 00:17:08,260
"U" for $800.

221
00:17:17,336 --> 00:17:18,303
Alison.

222
00:17:18,305 --> 00:17:20,705
-Who is Uncle Buck?
-Right.

223
00:17:20,707 --> 00:17:21,940
"U," $1,200.

224
00:17:30,283 --> 00:17:31,983
Alison.

225
00:17:31,985 --> 00:17:33,952
-What is "Unreal"?
-You got it again.

226
00:17:33,954 --> 00:17:35,253
Colorful Language, $400.

227
00:17:40,126 --> 00:17:41,593
Tim.

228
00:17:41,595 --> 00:17:43,695
-What is purple prose?
-That's it.

229
00:17:43,697 --> 00:17:44,696
"U" for $1,600.

230
00:17:51,504 --> 00:17:52,704
Alison.

231
00:17:52,706 --> 00:17:54,272
-What is "Upstairs Downstairs"?
-Yes.

232
00:17:54,274 --> 00:17:55,340
"U," $2,000.

233
00:18:02,515 --> 00:18:03,415
Alison.

234
00:18:03,417 --> 00:18:06,017
-What is "U-571"?
-You got it!

235
00:18:06,019 --> 00:18:08,153
Every Claim You Stake, $400.

236
00:18:17,363 --> 00:18:18,697
Tim.

237
00:18:18,699 --> 00:18:20,398
-Who is Alexander the Great?
-He's the one.

238
00:18:20,400 --> 00:18:21,566
Colorful, $800.

239
00:18:25,304 --> 00:18:27,005
Anuj.

240
00:18:27,007 --> 00:18:29,140
-What is a blue blood?
-That's it.

241
00:18:29,142 --> 00:18:30,742
Colorful language, $1,200.

242
00:18:35,615 --> 00:18:37,015
Tim.

243
00:18:37,017 --> 00:18:38,783
-What is a yellow jacket?
-Right.

244
00:18:38,785 --> 00:18:39,751
Colorful, $1,600.

245
00:18:42,521 --> 00:18:43,555
Alison.

246
00:18:43,557 --> 00:18:46,424
-What is the green monster?
-Nope.

247
00:18:46,426 --> 00:18:48,093
Oh.

248
00:18:48,095 --> 00:18:49,194
Tim or Anuj.

249
00:18:49,196 --> 00:18:50,128
[ Beep ]

250
00:18:50,130 --> 00:18:51,963
"What is
the green-eyed monster?"

251
00:18:51,965 --> 00:18:54,132
You were close, Alison.
Tim, back to you.

252
00:18:54,134 --> 00:18:55,266
Colorful for $2,000.

253
00:19:02,875 --> 00:19:04,175
[ Beep ]

254
00:19:04,177 --> 00:19:06,511
The word
this time is whitewash.

255
00:19:06,513 --> 00:19:07,679
Tim, back to you.

256
00:19:07,681 --> 00:19:09,347
Every Move You Make, $400.

257
00:19:16,722 --> 00:19:18,289
Anuj.

258
00:19:18,291 --> 00:19:19,691
-What is chess?
-That's it.

259
00:19:19,693 --> 00:19:21,259
Scientists, $800.

260
00:19:28,300 --> 00:19:29,801
Anuj.

261
00:19:29,803 --> 00:19:31,469
-Who is Goodall?
-Jane Goodall, yes.

262
00:19:31,471 --> 00:19:32,404
Scientists, $1,200.

263
00:19:41,647 --> 00:19:43,148
Anuj.

264
00:19:43,150 --> 00:19:45,283
-Who is Volta?
-Alessandro Volta, good.

265
00:19:45,285 --> 00:19:46,384
Scientists, $1,600.

266
00:19:52,925 --> 00:19:54,526
Anuj.

267
00:19:54,528 --> 00:19:55,760
Who is Leahy?

268
00:19:55,762 --> 00:19:57,162
No.
Alison.

269
00:19:57,164 --> 00:19:59,397
-Who is Mead?
-Margaret Mead, you got her.

270
00:19:59,399 --> 00:20:00,465
Scientists, $2,000.

271
00:20:10,409 --> 00:20:11,876
[ Beep ]

272
00:20:11,878 --> 00:20:13,078
That was Lord Kelvin.

273
00:20:13,080 --> 00:20:15,447
Two categories still
in play there, Alison.

274
00:20:15,449 --> 00:20:17,282
Every Move You Make, $800.

275
00:20:24,023 --> 00:20:25,590
Anuj.

276
00:20:25,592 --> 00:20:27,592
-What is a blitz?
-Blitz, right you are.

277
00:20:27,594 --> 00:20:28,960
Every Move You Make, $1,200.

278
00:20:37,503 --> 00:20:38,870
Anuj.

279
00:20:38,872 --> 00:20:41,439
-What is sword fighting?
-Sword fighting, yes.

280
00:20:41,441 --> 00:20:42,974
Every Move You Make, $1,600.

281
00:20:42,976 --> 00:20:44,109
Answer there...

282
00:20:45,911 --> 00:20:48,613
And at the moment, you are
just $200 off the lead.

283
00:20:48,615 --> 00:20:52,717
Uh...I'll do $2,000.

284
00:20:52,719 --> 00:20:54,352
Okay, here's the clue.

285
00:21:04,730 --> 00:21:05,864
What is "Risk"?

286
00:21:05,866 --> 00:21:09,033
No. What is
"Rock, Paper, Scissors"?

287
00:21:09,035 --> 00:21:11,836
You are now at $8,200.
Go again.

288
00:21:11,838 --> 00:21:15,240
Every Claim You Stake, $1,600.

289
00:21:22,848 --> 00:21:24,115
Tim.

290
00:21:24,117 --> 00:21:25,150
What is Australia?

291
00:21:25,152 --> 00:21:27,452
No.
Alison or Anuj?

292
00:21:27,454 --> 00:21:28,453
[ Beep ]

293
00:21:28,455 --> 00:21:29,654
"What is Antarctica?"

294
00:21:29,656 --> 00:21:31,689
And we have less than a minute
to go now, Anuj.

295
00:21:31,691 --> 00:21:33,057
Every Claim You Stake, $1,200.

296
00:21:33,059 --> 00:21:35,860
Answer...
the other Daily Double.

297
00:21:35,862 --> 00:21:40,598
And at the moment,
you trail Tim by $600.

298
00:21:40,600 --> 00:21:42,901
I'll do $2,000 again.

299
00:21:42,903 --> 00:21:44,702
$2,000 again, all right.
Here's the clue.

300
00:21:55,548 --> 00:21:56,748
What are Sooners?

301
00:21:56,750 --> 00:21:58,750
Sooners, right.
Pick again.

302
00:21:59,919 --> 00:22:02,520
Every Claim You Stake, $600 --
or $800.

303
00:22:08,127 --> 00:22:09,594
Anuj.

304
00:22:09,596 --> 00:22:11,029
-What is Jordan?
-Yes.

305
00:22:11,031 --> 00:22:12,697
Every Claim You Stake, $2,000.

306
00:22:21,674 --> 00:22:23,007
Alison.

307
00:22:23,009 --> 00:22:24,075
What is the North Sea?

308
00:22:24,077 --> 00:22:25,910
No.
Anuj or Tim?

309
00:22:25,912 --> 00:22:26,945
[ Beep ]

310
00:22:26,947 --> 00:22:28,613
"What is
the South China Sea?"

311
00:22:28,615 --> 00:22:29,614
Now the last clue --

312
00:22:29,616 --> 00:22:30,715
[ Beep beep beep ]

313
00:22:30,717 --> 00:22:32,650
Well, we won't get to make
that last move.

314
00:22:32,652 --> 00:22:34,953
All three of you still alive
for Final Jeopardy!

315
00:22:34,955 --> 00:22:37,689
And here it comes.
The category is Authors.

316
00:22:37,691 --> 00:22:39,591
Think about it.
I hope you're well read.

317
00:22:39,593 --> 00:22:41,459
We'll reveal the clue
when we come back.

318
00:22:42,795 --> 00:22:42,894
Think about it.
I hope you're well read.

319
00:22:43,028 --> 00:22:44,195
As soon as I left the hospital

320
00:22:44,230 --> 00:22:45,830
after a DVT blood clot,

321
00:22:45,865 --> 00:22:47,532
I sure had a lot
to think about.

322
00:22:47,566 --> 00:22:49,467
What about the
people I care about?

323
00:22:49,501 --> 00:22:51,269
...including this little girl.

324
00:22:51,303 --> 00:22:53,538
And what if this
happened again?

325
00:22:53,572 --> 00:22:55,340
I was given warfarin
in the hospital,

326
00:22:55,374 --> 00:22:57,976
but wondered, was this the
best treatment for me?

327
00:22:58,010 --> 00:22:59,310
So I asked my doctor.

328
00:22:59,345 --> 00:23:01,079
And he recommended ELIQUIS.

329
00:23:01,113 --> 00:23:03,815
ELIQUIS treats DVT
and PE blood clots

330
00:23:03,849 --> 00:23:06,384
and reduces the risk of
them happening again.

331
00:23:06,418 --> 00:23:09,420
Yes, ELIQUIS treats DVT
and PE blood clots.

332
00:23:09,455 --> 00:23:10,722
ELIQUIS also had

333
00:23:10,756 --> 00:23:12,624
significantly
less major
bleeding

334
00:23:12,658 --> 00:23:14,192
than the
standard
treatment.

335
00:23:14,226 --> 00:23:16,661
Both made me
turn around my
thinking.

336
00:23:16,695 --> 00:23:18,730
Don't stop ELIQUIS
unless your doctor tells you to.

337
00:23:18,764 --> 00:23:21,933
ELIQUIS can cause serious and
in rare cases fatal bleeding.

338
00:23:21,967 --> 00:23:24,135
Don't take ELIQUIS if you have
an artificial heart valve

339
00:23:24,169 --> 00:23:25,603
or abnormal bleeding.

340
00:23:25,638 --> 00:23:27,672
If you had a spinal injection
while on ELIQUIS

341
00:23:27,706 --> 00:23:28,873
call your doctor right away

342
00:23:28,908 --> 00:23:30,975
if you have tingling,
numbness, or muscle weakness.

343
00:23:31,010 --> 00:23:33,511
While taking ELIQUIS,
you may bruise more easily

344
00:23:33,545 --> 00:23:35,880
...and it may take longer
than usual for bleeding to stop.

345
00:23:35,915 --> 00:23:38,216
Seek immediate medical care
for sudden signs of bleeding,

346
00:23:38,250 --> 00:23:39,550
like unusual bruising.

347
00:23:39,585 --> 00:23:41,519
ELIQUIS may increase
your bleeding risk

348
00:23:41,553 --> 00:23:42,754
if you take
certain medicines.

349
00:23:42,788 --> 00:23:44,756
Tell your doctor
about all planned

350
00:23:44,790 --> 00:23:46,224
medical or dental
procedures.

351
00:23:46,258 --> 00:23:49,160
ELIQUIS treats
DVT and PE
blood clots.

352
00:23:49,194 --> 00:23:51,229
Plus had
less major
bleeding.

353
00:23:51,263 --> 00:23:53,831
Both made ELIQUIS
the right treatment for me.

354
00:23:53,866 --> 00:23:56,868
Ask your doctor if switching
to ELIQUIS is right for you.

355
00:23:58,470 --> 00:24:00,004
With Advil, you'll ask

356
00:24:00,039 --> 00:24:02,006
What bad knee?

357
00:24:02,041 --> 00:24:04,008
What throbbing head?

358
00:24:04,043 --> 00:24:06,344
Advil makes pain a distant
memory

359
00:24:06,378 --> 00:24:07,512
Nothing works faster

360
00:24:07,546 --> 00:24:08,179
Stronger

361
00:24:08,213 --> 00:24:09,013
Or Longer

362
00:24:09,048 --> 00:24:10,348
What

363
00:24:10,382 --> 00:24:11,182
Pain?

364
00:24:11,216 --> 00:24:12,550
Advil.

365
00:24:19,725 --> 00:24:25,330
COMING UP ON THE NOW KC!
WE COULD GET OUR FIRST
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER

366
00:24:25,332 --> 00:24:27,999
WE COULD GET OUR FIRST
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)

367
00:24:28,001 --> 00:24:28,700
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S

368
00:24:28,702 --> 00:24:29,400
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT

369
00:24:29,402 --> 00:24:30,802
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT

370
00:24:30,804 --> 00:24:31,970
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT

371
00:24:31,972 --> 00:24:32,804
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR

372
00:24:32,806 --> 00:24:34,172
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE

373
00:24:34,174 --> 00:24:35,239
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR

374
00:24:35,241 --> 00:24:36,374
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT

375
00:24:36,376 --> 00:24:37,575
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR

376
00:24:37,577 --> 00:24:38,843
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE

377
00:24:38,845 --> 00:24:39,677
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE
THROWN AWAY!

378
00:24:39,679 --> 00:24:41,846
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE
THROWN AWAY!
(KEVIN)(KEVIN)

379
00:24:41,848 --> 00:24:50,021
THROWN AWAY!
(KEVIN)(KEVIN)

380
00:24:57,763 --> 00:25:01,666


381
00:25:01,700 --> 00:25:04,936
If you have COPD, you know
that feeling

382
00:25:04,970 --> 00:25:08,072
when you just can't catch your
breath.

383
00:25:08,107 --> 00:25:11,776
When it feels so close but just
out of reach.

384
00:25:11,810 --> 00:25:14,846
And the more you worry, the
worse it seems to get.

385
00:25:14,880 --> 00:25:16,647
Now's the time to help put
better breathing

386
00:25:16,682 --> 00:25:18,082
back within reach.

387
00:25:18,117 --> 00:25:20,018
Now's the time for STIOLTO.

388
00:25:20,052 --> 00:25:22,253
Once-daily, steroid-free
STIOLTO

389
00:25:22,287 --> 00:25:24,322
opens airways in just
5 minutes

390
00:25:24,356 --> 00:25:27,558
to improve your breathing for a
full 24 hours.

391
00:25:27,593 --> 00:25:29,360
<i>STIOLTO is not for asthma.</i>

392
00:25:29,395 --> 00:25:31,696
<i>It contains a medicine that</i>
<i>increases the risk of death</i>

393
00:25:31,730 --> 00:25:32,930
<i>in people with asthma.</i>

394
00:25:32,965 --> 00:25:34,932
<i>This risk is unknown in COPD.</i>

395
00:25:34,967 --> 00:25:37,769
<i>STIOLTO doesn't replace rescue</i>
<i>inhalers for sudden symptoms</i>

396
00:25:37,803 --> 00:25:39,637
<i>and should not be used more than</i>
<i>once a day,</i>

397
00:25:39,671 --> 00:25:40,805
<i>or with similar medicines.</i>

398
00:25:40,839 --> 00:25:42,573
<i>Tell your doctor is you have a</i>
<i>heart condition,</i>

399
00:25:42,608 --> 00:25:44,976
<i>high blood pressure, glaucoma,</i>
<i>prostate, bladder,</i>

400
00:25:45,010 --> 00:25:46,244
<i>or urinary problems.</i>

401
00:25:46,278 --> 00:25:47,812
<i>These may worsen with STIOLTO.</i>

402
00:25:47,846 --> 00:25:49,847
<i>Call your doctor if your</i>
<i>breathing problems worsen,</i>

403
00:25:49,882 --> 00:25:52,183
<i>or if you have chest pain, mouth</i>
<i>or tongue swelling,</i>

404
00:25:52,217 --> 00:25:55,019
<i>problems urinating, hives,</i>
<i>vision changes or eye pain.</i>

405
00:25:55,054 --> 00:25:57,722
<i>Discuss all medicines you take,</i>
<i>even eye drops.</i>

406
00:25:57,756 --> 00:25:59,991
<i>Common side effects include</i>
<i>runny nose, cough,</i>

407
00:26:00,025 --> 00:26:00,992
<i>and back pain.</i>

408
00:26:01,026 --> 00:26:03,461
Nothing can reverse COPD.

409
00:26:03,495 --> 00:26:06,564
But STIOLTO can significantly
improve your breathing.

410
00:26:06,598 --> 00:26:08,733
Can't catch your breath?

411
00:26:08,767 --> 00:26:11,302
With STIOLTO, better breathing
is within reach.

412
00:26:11,336 --> 00:26:12,336
Ask your doctor today.

413
00:26:53,312 --> 00:26:55,413
The category has to do
with authors,

414
00:26:55,415 --> 00:26:57,348
and here is your clue, players.

415
00:27:10,095 --> 00:27:12,163
30 seconds.
Good luck.

416
00:27:12,165 --> 00:27:14,966
[ Theme music plays ]

417
00:27:42,828 --> 00:27:45,029
Alex: Alison,
we come to you first.

418
00:27:45,031 --> 00:27:46,230
You had $4,200.

419
00:27:46,232 --> 00:27:48,766
A little bit of misfortune
on a Daily Double earlier.

420
00:27:48,768 --> 00:27:49,934
And you wrote down...

421
00:27:50,969 --> 00:27:52,403
...the name of the woman

422
00:27:52,405 --> 00:27:54,639
who wrote six novels --
Jane Austen.

423
00:27:54,641 --> 00:27:55,740
You're right.

424
00:27:55,742 --> 00:27:57,975
And your wager?
Everything.

425
00:27:57,977 --> 00:28:01,012
So you're at $8,400 as we go
to our champion, Tim.

426
00:28:01,014 --> 00:28:03,347
He had $8,800.

427
00:28:03,349 --> 00:28:04,982
Did he come up
with Jane Austen?

428
00:28:04,984 --> 00:28:06,083
He did not.

429
00:28:06,085 --> 00:28:08,019
Picked Charles Dickens
instead.

430
00:28:08,021 --> 00:28:10,154
How much did
he wager and lose?

431
00:28:10,156 --> 00:28:12,657
$300.
Oh.

432
00:28:12,659 --> 00:28:17,094
So he leads you, Alison,
by $100 as we go to Anuj,

433
00:28:17,096 --> 00:28:19,730
who could become
the new champion.

434
00:28:19,732 --> 00:28:23,067
But, no, he won't, unless
he didn't risk much.

435
00:28:23,069 --> 00:28:25,069
And he risked much.

436
00:28:25,071 --> 00:28:27,071
So he'll finish
in third place,

437
00:28:27,073 --> 00:28:30,441
and, Tim, you remain
"Jeopardy" champion

438
00:28:30,443 --> 00:28:34,245
with now a three-day
total of $56,300.

439
00:28:34,247 --> 00:28:36,113
And, Alison, so close!
So close!

440
00:28:36,115 --> 00:28:37,348
What a game.
I loved it.

441
00:28:37,350 --> 00:28:39,350
I hope you did, too.
We'll see you tomorrow.

442
00:28:44,656 --> 00:28:46,691
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443
00:29:04,910 --> 00:29:07,945
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444
00:29:36,975 --> 00:29:43,114
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW.WE'VE GOT THE POTENTIAL
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO

445
00:29:43,116 --> 00:29:44,115
NOW.WE'VE GOT THE POTENTIAL
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND

446
00:29:44,117 --> 00:29:45,116
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR

447
00:29:45,118 --> 00:29:46,250
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR
THE CHIEFS GAME ON

448
00:29:46,252 --> 00:29:47,285
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR
THE CHIEFS GAME ON
THURSDAY...LET'S START

449
00:29:47,287 --> 00:29:48,019
THE CHIEFS GAME ON
THURSDAY...LET'S START
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.

450
00:29:48,021 --> 00:29:52,623
THURSDAY...LET'S START
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR

451
00:29:52,625 --> 00:29:53,858
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE

452
00:29:53,860 --> 00:29:54,959
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF

453
00:29:54,961 --> 00:29:55,793
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE

454
00:29:55,795 --> 00:29:56,927
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE

455
00:29:56,929 --> 00:29:57,695
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM

456
00:29:57,697 --> 00:29:58,863
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING

457
00:29:58,865 --> 00:29:59,597
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.

458
00:29:59,599 --> 00:30:00,264
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.
THERE IS STILL A 30%

459
00:30:00,266 --> 00:30:01,098
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.
THERE IS STILL A 30%
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,

460
00:30:01,100 --> 00:30:02,266
THERE IS STILL A 30%
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING

461
00:30:02,268 --> 00:30:03,067
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".

462
00:30:03,069 --> 00:30:04,135
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".
THE REASON WE HAVE THE

463
00:30:04,137 --> 00:30:04,902
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".
THE REASON WE HAVE THE
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW

464
00:30:04,904 --> 00:30:06,037
THE REASON WE HAVE THE
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO

465
00:30:06,039 --> 00:30:06,871
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE

466
00:30:06,873 --> 00:30:07,905
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE

467
00:30:07,907 --> 00:30:08,873
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW

468
00:30:08,875 --> 00:30:09,974
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL

469
00:30:09,976 --> 00:30:10,775
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS

470
00:30:10,777 --> 00:30:11,876
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,

471
00:30:11,878 --> 00:30:13,177
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY

472
00:30:13,179 --> 00:30:14,345
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE

473
00:30:14,347 --> 00:30:15,212
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE

474
00:30:15,214 --> 00:30:16,347
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS

475
00:30:16,349 --> 00:30:17,581
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING

476
00:30:17,583 --> 00:30:18,282
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING
MOVES BY BEFORE IT

477
00:30:18,284 --> 00:30:19,083
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING
MOVES BY BEFORE IT
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.

478
00:30:19,085 --> 00:30:20,184
MOVES BY BEFORE IT
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE

479
00:30:20,186 --> 00:30:21,052
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE

480
00:30:21,054 --> 00:30:22,353
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET

481
00:30:22,355 --> 00:30:23,321
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,

482
00:30:23,323 --> 00:30:24,155
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON

483
00:30:24,157 --> 00:30:24,855
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG

484
00:30:24,857 --> 00:30:25,956
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO

485
00:30:25,958 --> 00:30:26,924
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,

486
00:30:26,926 --> 00:30:28,092
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY

487
00:30:28,094 --> 00:30:29,160
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0

488
00:30:29,162 --> 00:30:29,960
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO

489
00:30:29,962 --> 00:30:30,761
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD

490
00:30:30,763 --> 00:30:32,430
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH

491
00:30:32,432 --> 00:30:33,397
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE

492
00:30:33,399 --> 00:30:34,565
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN

493
00:30:34,567 --> 00:30:35,633
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE

494
00:30:35,635 --> 00:30:36,500
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE

495
00:30:36,502 --> 00:30:37,601
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE
ARCTIC COLD EXITS BY THE

496
00:30:37,603 --> 00:30:42,606
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE
ARCTIC COLD EXITS BY THE
WEEKEND.

497
00:31:21,279 --> 00:31:26,751
(KEVIN)AND RIGHT NOW --
YOU'RE LOOKING LIVE AT
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--

498
00:31:26,753 --> 00:31:28,319
YOU'RE LOOKING LIVE AT
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC

499
00:31:28,321 --> 00:31:29,754
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY

500
00:31:29,756 --> 00:31:31,722
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT

501
00:31:31,724 --> 00:31:33,190
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE

502
00:31:33,192 --> 00:31:34,558
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY

503
00:31:34,560 --> 00:31:36,026
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY
OF SNOW AND FRIGID

504
00:31:36,028 --> 00:31:37,161
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY
OF SNOW AND FRIGID
TEMPERATURES STARTING

505
00:31:37,163 --> 00:31:38,562
OF SNOW AND FRIGID
TEMPERATURES STARTING
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE

506
00:31:38,564 --> 00:31:39,363
TEMPERATURES STARTING
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND

507
00:31:39,365 --> 00:31:40,564
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS

508
00:31:40,566 --> 00:31:41,432
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT

509
00:31:41,434 --> 00:31:44,268
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..

510
00:31:44,270 --> 00:31:45,403
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND

511
00:31:45,405 --> 00:31:46,670
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE

512
00:31:46,672 --> 00:31:47,872
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW

513
00:31:47,874 --> 00:31:49,006
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW
MORNING AS WE GET READY

514
00:31:49,008 --> 00:31:49,807
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW
MORNING AS WE GET READY
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN

515
00:31:49,809 --> 00:31:51,108
MORNING AS WE GET READY
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE

516
00:31:51,110 --> 00:31:52,376
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY

517
00:31:52,378 --> 00:31:53,043
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41

518
00:31:53,045 --> 00:31:54,011
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND

519
00:31:54,013 --> 00:31:55,613
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND
ON OUR MOBILE APP.

520
00:31:55,615 --> 00:31:57,882
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND
ON OUR MOBILE APP.
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE

521
00:31:57,884 --> 00:31:58,849
ON OUR MOBILE APP.
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW -- at least one man

522
00:31:58,851 --> 00:32:00,017
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW -- at least one man
continues to recover at

523
00:32:00,019 --> 00:32:00,751
NOW -- at least one man
continues to recover at
the hospital... Following a

524
00:32:00,753 --> 00:32:01,519
continues to recover at
the hospital... Following a
deadly overnight shooting

525
00:32:01,521 --> 00:32:04,221
the hospital... Following a
deadly overnight shooting
at a bar near Independence.

526
00:32:04,223 --> 00:32:05,022
deadly overnight shooting
at a bar near Independence.
(CHRISTA)Police say a man

527
00:32:05,024 --> 00:32:05,856
at a bar near Independence.
(CHRISTA)Police say a man
shot and killed 34-year

528
00:32:05,858 --> 00:32:07,725
(CHRISTA)Police say a man
shot and killed 34-year
old Jarrod Blake... While

529
00:32:07,727 --> 00:32:09,593
shot and killed 34-year
old Jarrod Blake... While
shooting two others....

530
00:32:09,595 --> 00:32:11,562
old Jarrod Blake... While
shooting two others....
After an argument.41 ACTION

531
00:32:11,564 --> 00:32:12,296
shooting two others....
After an argument.41 ACTION
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY

532
00:32:12,298 --> 00:32:13,964
After an argument.41 ACTION
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED

533
00:32:13,966 --> 00:32:14,899
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --

534
00:32:14,901 --> 00:32:16,033
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS

535
00:32:16,035 --> 00:32:18,269
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a

536
00:32:18,271 --> 00:32:20,237
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a
little bit of police tape

537
00:32:20,239 --> 00:32:22,673
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a
little bit of police tape
remains here at the crime

538
00:32:22,675 --> 00:32:23,674
little bit of police tape
remains here at the crime
scene....And interestingly

539
00:32:23,676 --> 00:32:24,508
remains here at the crime
scene....And interestingly
enough...The bar continues

540
00:32:24,510 --> 00:32:25,276
scene....And interestingly
enough...The bar continues
to serve customers a

541
00:32:25,278 --> 00:32:26,510
enough...The bar continues
to serve customers a
little over 12 hours after

542
00:32:26,512 --> 00:32:30,481
to serve customers a
little over 12 hours after
the shooting happened.This

543
00:32:30,483 --> 00:32:32,650
little over 12 hours after
the shooting happened.This
all happened around 2:30

544
00:32:32,652 --> 00:32:36,554
the shooting happened.This
all happened around 2:30
this morning.Police say an

545
00:32:36,556 --> 00:32:40,024
all happened around 2:30
this morning.Police say an
argument inside between

546
00:32:40,026 --> 00:32:40,791
this morning.Police say an
argument inside between
customers led to the

547
00:32:40,793 --> 00:32:41,959
argument inside between
customers led to the
shooting.Customers wrestled

548
00:32:41,961 --> 00:32:43,427
customers led to the
shooting.Customers wrestled
the suspect to the

549
00:32:43,429 --> 00:32:44,628
shooting.Customers wrestled
the suspect to the
ground....Keeping him there

550
00:32:44,630 --> 00:32:46,363
the suspect to the
ground....Keeping him there
until police arrived.Roger

551
00:32:46,365 --> 00:32:47,865
ground....Keeping him there
until police arrived.Roger
Nickell II...Who frequents

552
00:32:47,867 --> 00:32:49,667
until police arrived.Roger
Nickell II...Who frequents
the bar...Says the Tool

553
00:32:49,669 --> 00:32:50,568
Nickell II...Who frequents
the bar...Says the Tool
Shed is a popular place

554
00:32:50,570 --> 00:32:52,203
the bar...Says the Tool
Shed is a popular place
to hang out.He says the

555
00:32:52,205 --> 00:32:52,903
Shed is a popular place
to hang out.He says the
nature of the overnight

556
00:32:52,905 --> 00:32:54,939
to hang out.He says the
nature of the overnight
crime....Shocks him. "Roger

557
00:32:54,941 --> 00:32:55,673
nature of the overnight
crime....Shocks him. "Roger
Nickell IIBar customer

558
00:32:55,675 --> 00:32:57,341
crime....Shocks him. "Roger
Nickell IIBar customer
17:45:24It's packed. It

559
00:32:57,343 --> 00:32:58,075
Nickell IIBar customer
17:45:24It's packed. It
stays packed. You can't

560
00:32:58,077 --> 00:32:58,942
17:45:24It's packed. It
stays packed. You can't
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby Cat Hammarskjold » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:56 pm

I thought the Maurice Richard "50 goals in 50 games" was more famous than that. In the "original 6" era of the NHL, each team played the five other teams ten times. In addition to the 50 in 50, he also was in the hockey fight that started the Quebec independence movement.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby Category 13 » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:59 pm

opusthepenguin wrote:
frankfrank wrote:Does anybody keep or archive the CONTESTANT INTERVIEW segment of Jeopardy! shows?

I saw part of the December 6 (yesterday) interview go by, and my immediate thought is that "HOLY ****, I HAVE TO TELL .... ABOUT THIS!!!" But I wasn't recording the show, and as a result any hope of writing down the Q&A went by, and out of the "ether," and was forever lost.

Is there anyplace that is even possible to get a transcript of yesterday's interview? That would be adequate. An actual video clip isn't necessary.


Here's the closed-caption transcript:
Spoiler: show
1
00:00:20,888 --> 00:00:25,024
<i> This is "Jeopardy!"</i>

2
00:00:25,026 --> 00:00:27,727
<i> Here are</i>
<i> today's contestants --</i>

3
00:00:27,729 --> 00:00:30,329
<i> a scientist from San Francisco,</i>
<i> California...</i>

4
00:00:32,533 --> 00:00:35,668
<i> A housewife from</i>
<i> Cleveland Heights, Ohio...</i>

5
00:00:37,304 --> 00:00:39,805
<i> And our returning champion,</i>

6
00:00:39,807 --> 00:00:42,341
<i> an editor from Vermilion,</i>
<i> Ohio...</i>

7
00:00:52,085 --> 00:00:55,688
<i> And now here is</i>
<i> the host of "Jeopardy!" --</i>

8
00:00:55,690 --> 00:00:58,758
<i> Alex Trebek!</i>

9
00:00:58,760 --> 00:00:59,892
Thank you, Johnny.

10
00:00:59,894 --> 00:01:01,761
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.

11
00:01:01,763 --> 00:01:05,097
At the end of yesterday's
program, Tim admitted to me

12
00:01:05,099 --> 00:01:08,301
that he felt more nervous
as the defending champion

13
00:01:08,303 --> 00:01:12,939
on that program yesterday than
he did in his first appearance

14
00:01:12,941 --> 00:01:14,707
on our show last week.

15
00:01:14,709 --> 00:01:17,009
Alison and Anuj,
good to have you with us.

16
00:01:17,011 --> 00:01:18,878
Good luck, players.
Here we go.

17
00:01:21,315 --> 00:01:23,282
Now let's take a look
at the categories.

18
00:01:34,528 --> 00:01:36,262
Those three letters
are gonna come up

19
00:01:36,264 --> 00:01:37,430
in each correct response.

20
00:01:41,468 --> 00:01:43,903
...featuring
our on-air talent

21
00:01:43,905 --> 00:01:46,238
from our affiliate
stations.

22
00:01:46,240 --> 00:01:47,640
Tim, you start us.

23
00:01:47,642 --> 00:01:49,175
"ORE" for $200.

24
00:01:52,613 --> 00:01:53,713
Tim.

25
00:01:53,715 --> 00:01:55,214
-What is a snore?
-Right.

26
00:01:55,216 --> 00:01:56,115
"ORE" for $400.

27
00:02:04,191 --> 00:02:06,125
Anuj.

28
00:02:06,127 --> 00:02:07,593
-What is yore?
-Correct.

29
00:02:07,595 --> 00:02:09,795
I'll take Sports Round Numbers
for $200.

30
00:02:16,203 --> 00:02:17,269
Anuj.

31
00:02:17,271 --> 00:02:19,138
-What is pitcher?
-Right.

32
00:02:19,140 --> 00:02:20,940
Sports Round Numbers, $400.

33
00:02:26,780 --> 00:02:27,913
Tim.

34
00:02:27,915 --> 00:02:29,815
-What is basketball?
-Right.

35
00:02:29,817 --> 00:02:31,283
Round Numbers for $600.

36
00:02:38,492 --> 00:02:40,126
Anuj.

37
00:02:40,128 --> 00:02:42,294
-What is the Kentucky Derby?
-Good.

38
00:02:42,296 --> 00:02:43,396
Sports Round Numbers, $800.

39
00:02:50,003 --> 00:02:51,437
Tim.

40
00:02:51,439 --> 00:02:52,838
-What is 1,000?
-Yes.

41
00:02:52,840 --> 00:02:54,373
Mining for "ORE" for $600.

42
00:02:58,879 --> 00:03:00,413
Anuj.

43
00:03:00,415 --> 00:03:02,982
-What is lore?
-Lore or folklore, correct.

44
00:03:02,984 --> 00:03:05,418
And Sports Round Numbers,
$1,000.

45
00:03:16,730 --> 00:03:18,364
Anuj.

46
00:03:18,366 --> 00:03:19,365
What is 60?

47
00:03:19,367 --> 00:03:21,567
No.
Alison or Tim?

48
00:03:21,569 --> 00:03:25,905
Missed it by 10, Anuj --
50 games, 50 goals.

49
00:03:25,907 --> 00:03:27,306
Back to you, though.

50
00:03:27,308 --> 00:03:29,842
I'll take Clues Across America,
$200.

51
00:03:29,844 --> 00:03:33,546
<i> Hi, I'm Shannon Hegy,</i>
<i> from WPRI 12.</i>

52
00:03:41,822 --> 00:03:43,055
Tim.

53
00:03:43,057 --> 00:03:44,490
-What is Providence?
-You are right.

54
00:03:44,492 --> 00:03:45,658
"ORE" for $800.

55
00:03:49,963 --> 00:03:51,363
Tim.

56
00:03:51,365 --> 00:03:52,531
-What is commodore?
-That's right.

57
00:03:52,533 --> 00:03:53,666
"ORE" for $1,000.

58
00:04:01,942 --> 00:04:04,043
Anuj.

59
00:04:04,045 --> 00:04:06,112
-What are encores?
-Correct.

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Clues Across America, $400.

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<i> Hi, I'm Ben Bailey</i>
<i> from Local 4.</i>

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Tim.

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-Who is Joe Louis?
-Joe Louis, Detroit, yes.

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Clues Across America, $600.

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<i> Hi, I'm Cheryl Scott of ABC 7.</i>

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Anuj.

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00:04:44,886 --> 00:04:46,385
-Who is Hancock?
-Yes.

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00:04:46,387 --> 00:04:47,920
Clues Across America, $800.

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00:04:47,922 --> 00:04:50,923
<i> Hi, I'm Rob Fowler from News 2.</i>

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Tim.

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00:05:01,636 --> 00:05:03,202
-What is Rainbow Row?
-Yes.

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Clues Across America, $1,000.

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All right, here we go.

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<i> Hi, I'm Juliana Mazza</i>
<i> with 22 News.</i>

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Tim.

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-What is Geisel?
-Theodor Geisel, that's right.

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00:05:22,123 --> 00:05:23,589
And you add to your lead.

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And we are going to
take our first break

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for these messages.

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So please stay with us.

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People often ask me is
there a way you can prepare

82
00:07:36,524 --> 00:07:39,158
for an appearance
on "Jeopardy!"

83
00:07:39,160 --> 00:07:42,461
Well, Anuj Patel,
you've come up with a way.

84
00:07:42,463 --> 00:07:46,532
Yeah, any big test or interview,
my preparation involves

85
00:07:46,534 --> 00:07:49,034
listening to "The Karate Kid"
theme song --

86
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"You're the Best Around."
-Aha.

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So a lot of -- it gets you
really pumped up,

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00:07:53,607 --> 00:07:55,808
convinces you that
you're the best.

89
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And if you've got enough space,
you can do some crane kicks.

90
00:07:58,079 --> 00:07:59,812
And so far, in your career,
that has worked.

91
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It's worked so far.
It's gotten me here, so...

92
00:08:01,682 --> 00:08:02,948
We'll see
what happens today.

93
00:08:02,950 --> 00:08:06,018
Alison Carey is from
Cleveland Heights, Ohio.

94
00:08:06,020 --> 00:08:07,586
A few years ago, I used

95
00:08:07,588 --> 00:08:10,022
to watch a show
called "Deadwood."

96
00:08:10,024 --> 00:08:12,424
And one of the characters
on that

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00:08:12,426 --> 00:08:14,793
was Al Swearengen,
is that right?

98
00:08:14,795 --> 00:08:17,563
And you have managed
to trace your family tree

99
00:08:17,565 --> 00:08:19,598
back to someone
with that name?

100
00:08:19,600 --> 00:08:23,035
Yeah, I was -- I saw the name
Swearengen in my family tree,

101
00:08:23,037 --> 00:08:25,637
and I found a website that had
Al Swearengen's family tree,

102
00:08:25,639 --> 00:08:27,606
and I -- well, I'm not
descendant from him,

103
00:08:27,608 --> 00:08:29,908
but we have the same
great-great-great-great-great-

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great-great-great-grandfather.

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He was a nasty character!

106
00:08:32,446 --> 00:08:33,512
Yeah.

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But good for you,
tracking it down.

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00:08:35,983 --> 00:08:38,183
Tim Aten
from Vermilion, Ohio.

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Won a penmanship award --

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00:08:40,021 --> 00:08:42,654
not at a school,
not at a college.

111
00:08:42,656 --> 00:08:45,257
But at a bar
in a trivia game?

112
00:08:45,259 --> 00:08:46,658
Yeah.
A couple years ago.

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00:08:46,660 --> 00:08:48,027
I became the de facto captain

114
00:08:48,029 --> 00:08:49,862
of our trivia team
just because I...

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-Had good penmanship?
-Yeah.

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00:08:51,665 --> 00:08:53,866
No, because I'm kind of
a control freak and then...

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00:08:53,868 --> 00:08:54,933
Oh.

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00:08:54,935 --> 00:08:56,602
Since I was writing
the answers down,

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I was really, really careful
when I wrote them.

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And then one night,
the woman running it decided

121
00:09:00,775 --> 00:09:02,841
she was sick of seeing
all the chicken scratch

122
00:09:02,843 --> 00:09:04,109
all the other teams had down

123
00:09:04,111 --> 00:09:06,011
and wanted people to write
their answers clearly,

124
00:09:06,013 --> 00:09:07,012
so I got a free appetizer.

125
00:09:07,014 --> 00:09:09,882
Oh.
Oh, a free appetizer!

126
00:09:09,884 --> 00:09:12,251
Big bucks in those bar
trivia games.

127
00:09:12,253 --> 00:09:14,653
All right,
let's get back into this.

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00:09:14,655 --> 00:09:15,821
You command the board.

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00:09:15,823 --> 00:09:17,189
Nuts for $200.

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00:09:24,731 --> 00:09:26,331
Anuj.

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00:09:26,333 --> 00:09:27,499
-What are chestnuts?
-Yes.

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Nuts, $400.

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00:09:36,509 --> 00:09:37,743
Alison.

134
00:09:37,745 --> 00:09:40,379
-What is pecan?
-Yes, you're on the board.

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00:09:40,381 --> 00:09:41,547
Structured, $200.

136
00:09:45,852 --> 00:09:46,919
Tim.

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00:09:46,921 --> 00:09:48,120
-What is a kennel?
-That's it.

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00:09:48,122 --> 00:09:49,254
Nuts for $600.

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00:09:57,330 --> 00:09:58,864
Anuj.

140
00:09:58,866 --> 00:09:59,998
What are macadamias?

141
00:10:00,000 --> 00:10:01,800
Yeah, but you got
to love them anyway. Go.

142
00:10:01,802 --> 00:10:03,235
That's Just Nuts! $800.

143
00:10:08,775 --> 00:10:10,075
Alison.

144
00:10:10,077 --> 00:10:11,543
-What's cashew?
-Yeah.

145
00:10:11,545 --> 00:10:12,444
Nuts, $1,000.

146
00:10:20,353 --> 00:10:21,854
Anuj.

147
00:10:21,856 --> 00:10:23,889
-What are pistachios?
-That's it.

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00:10:23,891 --> 00:10:25,290
Barrage of Books, $200.

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00:10:33,399 --> 00:10:34,867
Alison.

150
00:10:34,869 --> 00:10:36,368
-What is "Goodnight Moon"?
-Right.

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00:10:36,370 --> 00:10:37,469
Books, $400.

152
00:10:43,810 --> 00:10:45,344
Tim.

153
00:10:45,346 --> 00:10:47,412
-Who was Madame Bovary?
-Correct.

154
00:10:47,414 --> 00:10:48,413
Books for $600.

155
00:10:54,187 --> 00:10:55,654
Alison.

156
00:10:55,656 --> 00:10:58,824
-Who is Scott?
-Scott -- Sir Walter Scott, yes.

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00:10:58,826 --> 00:11:00,726
Less than a minute
to go now.

158
00:11:00,728 --> 00:11:01,593
Books, $800.

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00:11:01,595 --> 00:11:03,996
Answer...

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00:11:03,998 --> 00:11:06,632
And just like that,
you can get yourself

161
00:11:06,634 --> 00:11:08,967
right back
into the thick of this.

162
00:11:08,969 --> 00:11:10,536
Let's make it a true
Daily Double.

163
00:11:10,538 --> 00:11:11,970
All right.
Here is your clue.

164
00:11:27,086 --> 00:11:30,222
Alison?
Say something.

165
00:11:30,224 --> 00:11:31,523
[ Beep ]

166
00:11:31,525 --> 00:11:34,126
"Schindler's Ark."
Ark.

167
00:11:34,128 --> 00:11:36,328
All right, pick again.

168
00:11:36,330 --> 00:11:37,863
Books, $1,000.

169
00:11:37,865 --> 00:11:40,299
This Frenchman's novel,
"Nausea,"

170
00:11:40,301 --> 00:11:42,568
is about a man
coming to terms

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00:11:42,570 --> 00:11:45,938
with the meaning or
meaninglessness of existence.

172
00:11:45,940 --> 00:11:47,206
Alison.

173
00:11:47,208 --> 00:11:48,473
Who is Camus?

174
00:11:48,475 --> 00:11:49,541
No.

175
00:11:49,543 --> 00:11:51,910
Anuj or Tim?

176
00:11:51,912 --> 00:11:54,146
Who is Jean-Paul Sartre?
Go again, Alison.

177
00:11:54,148 --> 00:11:55,113
Structure, $400.

178
00:12:01,087 --> 00:12:02,387
Anuj.

179
00:12:02,389 --> 00:12:03,355
-What is a warehouse?
-That's it.

180
00:12:03,357 --> 00:12:04,423
[ Beep beep beep ]

181
00:12:04,425 --> 00:12:05,657
And with that,
you go to $4,600.

182
00:12:05,659 --> 00:12:06,825
You're still
in second place.

183
00:12:06,827 --> 00:12:08,160
Alison faltering a little,

184
00:12:08,162 --> 00:12:10,629
but a lot of cash available
in Double Jeopardy!

185
00:12:10,631 --> 00:12:12,965
And that's the round
in which she goes first,

186
00:12:12,967 --> 00:12:14,466
when we come back.

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00:14:48,020 --> 00:14:49,788
<i> Closed captioning</i>
<i> sponsored in part by...</i>

188
00:15:11,344 --> 00:15:12,577
Alex: Alison was doing well,

189
00:15:12,579 --> 00:15:14,246
faltered a little
on a Daily Double,

190
00:15:14,248 --> 00:15:16,948
but now gets to go first
in Double Jeopardy!,

191
00:15:16,950 --> 00:15:18,617
with these categories in play.

192
00:15:31,764 --> 00:15:33,198
[ Laughter ]

193
00:15:33,200 --> 00:15:35,967
All right,
Alison, off you go.

194
00:15:35,969 --> 00:15:38,103
Out of Africa for $400.

195
00:15:44,710 --> 00:15:45,911
Tim.

196
00:15:45,913 --> 00:15:47,579
-What is an ostrich?
-That's it.

197
00:15:47,581 --> 00:15:48,447
Africa for $800.

198
00:15:48,449 --> 00:15:50,148
Here's Kelly.

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<i> A stress-reliever</i>
<i> that strengthens the spine</i>

200
00:15:53,020 --> 00:15:56,655
<i> and even stretches the lungs,</i>
<i> this yoga pose gets its name</i>

201
00:15:56,657 --> 00:15:58,857
<i> from a great</i>
<i> Egyptian landmark.</i>

202
00:15:58,859 --> 00:16:00,492
Tim.

203
00:16:00,494 --> 00:16:02,093
-What is the sphinx?
-Sphinx, yes.

204
00:16:02,095 --> 00:16:03,261
Out of Africa for $1,200.

205
00:16:10,937 --> 00:16:11,837
Tim again.

206
00:16:11,839 --> 00:16:13,738
-What is Timbuktu?
-Right.

207
00:16:13,740 --> 00:16:15,474
Out of Africa for $1,600.

208
00:16:22,682 --> 00:16:24,115
Alison.

209
00:16:24,117 --> 00:16:26,184
-What is Rastafarianism?
-That's it.

210
00:16:26,186 --> 00:16:27,486
You're out of the hole.

211
00:16:27,488 --> 00:16:28,920
Out of Africa for $2,000.

212
00:16:37,296 --> 00:16:39,097
Anuj.

213
00:16:39,099 --> 00:16:41,733
-What is Bantu?
-Bantu, right you are.

214
00:16:41,735 --> 00:16:43,001
Scientists, $400.

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00:16:51,944 --> 00:16:53,144
Tim.

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00:16:53,146 --> 00:16:55,347
-Who is Newton?
-Isaac Newton is right.

217
00:16:55,349 --> 00:16:56,214
"U" for $400.

218
00:17:03,322 --> 00:17:04,389
Tim.

219
00:17:04,391 --> 00:17:07,125
-What is "Ugly Betty"?
-You got it.

220
00:17:07,127 --> 00:17:08,260
"U" for $800.

221
00:17:17,336 --> 00:17:18,303
Alison.

222
00:17:18,305 --> 00:17:20,705
-Who is Uncle Buck?
-Right.

223
00:17:20,707 --> 00:17:21,940
"U," $1,200.

224
00:17:30,283 --> 00:17:31,983
Alison.

225
00:17:31,985 --> 00:17:33,952
-What is "Unreal"?
-You got it again.

226
00:17:33,954 --> 00:17:35,253
Colorful Language, $400.

227
00:17:40,126 --> 00:17:41,593
Tim.

228
00:17:41,595 --> 00:17:43,695
-What is purple prose?
-That's it.

229
00:17:43,697 --> 00:17:44,696
"U" for $1,600.

230
00:17:51,504 --> 00:17:52,704
Alison.

231
00:17:52,706 --> 00:17:54,272
-What is "Upstairs Downstairs"?
-Yes.

232
00:17:54,274 --> 00:17:55,340
"U," $2,000.

233
00:18:02,515 --> 00:18:03,415
Alison.

234
00:18:03,417 --> 00:18:06,017
-What is "U-571"?
-You got it!

235
00:18:06,019 --> 00:18:08,153
Every Claim You Stake, $400.

236
00:18:17,363 --> 00:18:18,697
Tim.

237
00:18:18,699 --> 00:18:20,398
-Who is Alexander the Great?
-He's the one.

238
00:18:20,400 --> 00:18:21,566
Colorful, $800.

239
00:18:25,304 --> 00:18:27,005
Anuj.

240
00:18:27,007 --> 00:18:29,140
-What is a blue blood?
-That's it.

241
00:18:29,142 --> 00:18:30,742
Colorful language, $1,200.

242
00:18:35,615 --> 00:18:37,015
Tim.

243
00:18:37,017 --> 00:18:38,783
-What is a yellow jacket?
-Right.

244
00:18:38,785 --> 00:18:39,751
Colorful, $1,600.

245
00:18:42,521 --> 00:18:43,555
Alison.

246
00:18:43,557 --> 00:18:46,424
-What is the green monster?
-Nope.

247
00:18:46,426 --> 00:18:48,093
Oh.

248
00:18:48,095 --> 00:18:49,194
Tim or Anuj.

249
00:18:49,196 --> 00:18:50,128
[ Beep ]

250
00:18:50,130 --> 00:18:51,963
"What is
the green-eyed monster?"

251
00:18:51,965 --> 00:18:54,132
You were close, Alison.
Tim, back to you.

252
00:18:54,134 --> 00:18:55,266
Colorful for $2,000.

253
00:19:02,875 --> 00:19:04,175
[ Beep ]

254
00:19:04,177 --> 00:19:06,511
The word
this time is whitewash.

255
00:19:06,513 --> 00:19:07,679
Tim, back to you.

256
00:19:07,681 --> 00:19:09,347
Every Move You Make, $400.

257
00:19:16,722 --> 00:19:18,289
Anuj.

258
00:19:18,291 --> 00:19:19,691
-What is chess?
-That's it.

259
00:19:19,693 --> 00:19:21,259
Scientists, $800.

260
00:19:28,300 --> 00:19:29,801
Anuj.

261
00:19:29,803 --> 00:19:31,469
-Who is Goodall?
-Jane Goodall, yes.

262
00:19:31,471 --> 00:19:32,404
Scientists, $1,200.

263
00:19:41,647 --> 00:19:43,148
Anuj.

264
00:19:43,150 --> 00:19:45,283
-Who is Volta?
-Alessandro Volta, good.

265
00:19:45,285 --> 00:19:46,384
Scientists, $1,600.

266
00:19:52,925 --> 00:19:54,526
Anuj.

267
00:19:54,528 --> 00:19:55,760
Who is Leahy?

268
00:19:55,762 --> 00:19:57,162
No.
Alison.

269
00:19:57,164 --> 00:19:59,397
-Who is Mead?
-Margaret Mead, you got her.

270
00:19:59,399 --> 00:20:00,465
Scientists, $2,000.

271
00:20:10,409 --> 00:20:11,876
[ Beep ]

272
00:20:11,878 --> 00:20:13,078
That was Lord Kelvin.

273
00:20:13,080 --> 00:20:15,447
Two categories still
in play there, Alison.

274
00:20:15,449 --> 00:20:17,282
Every Move You Make, $800.

275
00:20:24,023 --> 00:20:25,590
Anuj.

276
00:20:25,592 --> 00:20:27,592
-What is a blitz?
-Blitz, right you are.

277
00:20:27,594 --> 00:20:28,960
Every Move You Make, $1,200.

278
00:20:37,503 --> 00:20:38,870
Anuj.

279
00:20:38,872 --> 00:20:41,439
-What is sword fighting?
-Sword fighting, yes.

280
00:20:41,441 --> 00:20:42,974
Every Move You Make, $1,600.

281
00:20:42,976 --> 00:20:44,109
Answer there...

282
00:20:45,911 --> 00:20:48,613
And at the moment, you are
just $200 off the lead.

283
00:20:48,615 --> 00:20:52,717
Uh...I'll do $2,000.

284
00:20:52,719 --> 00:20:54,352
Okay, here's the clue.

285
00:21:04,730 --> 00:21:05,864
What is "Risk"?

286
00:21:05,866 --> 00:21:09,033
No. What is
"Rock, Paper, Scissors"?

287
00:21:09,035 --> 00:21:11,836
You are now at $8,200.
Go again.

288
00:21:11,838 --> 00:21:15,240
Every Claim You Stake, $1,600.

289
00:21:22,848 --> 00:21:24,115
Tim.

290
00:21:24,117 --> 00:21:25,150
What is Australia?

291
00:21:25,152 --> 00:21:27,452
No.
Alison or Anuj?

292
00:21:27,454 --> 00:21:28,453
[ Beep ]

293
00:21:28,455 --> 00:21:29,654
"What is Antarctica?"

294
00:21:29,656 --> 00:21:31,689
And we have less than a minute
to go now, Anuj.

295
00:21:31,691 --> 00:21:33,057
Every Claim You Stake, $1,200.

296
00:21:33,059 --> 00:21:35,860
Answer...
the other Daily Double.

297
00:21:35,862 --> 00:21:40,598
And at the moment,
you trail Tim by $600.

298
00:21:40,600 --> 00:21:42,901
I'll do $2,000 again.

299
00:21:42,903 --> 00:21:44,702
$2,000 again, all right.
Here's the clue.

300
00:21:55,548 --> 00:21:56,748
What are Sooners?

301
00:21:56,750 --> 00:21:58,750
Sooners, right.
Pick again.

302
00:21:59,919 --> 00:22:02,520
Every Claim You Stake, $600 --
or $800.

303
00:22:08,127 --> 00:22:09,594
Anuj.

304
00:22:09,596 --> 00:22:11,029
-What is Jordan?
-Yes.

305
00:22:11,031 --> 00:22:12,697
Every Claim You Stake, $2,000.

306
00:22:21,674 --> 00:22:23,007
Alison.

307
00:22:23,009 --> 00:22:24,075
What is the North Sea?

308
00:22:24,077 --> 00:22:25,910
No.
Anuj or Tim?

309
00:22:25,912 --> 00:22:26,945
[ Beep ]

310
00:22:26,947 --> 00:22:28,613
"What is
the South China Sea?"

311
00:22:28,615 --> 00:22:29,614
Now the last clue --

312
00:22:29,616 --> 00:22:30,715
[ Beep beep beep ]

313
00:22:30,717 --> 00:22:32,650
Well, we won't get to make
that last move.

314
00:22:32,652 --> 00:22:34,953
All three of you still alive
for Final Jeopardy!

315
00:22:34,955 --> 00:22:37,689
And here it comes.
The category is Authors.

316
00:22:37,691 --> 00:22:39,591
Think about it.
I hope you're well read.

317
00:22:39,593 --> 00:22:41,459
We'll reveal the clue
when we come back.

318
00:22:42,795 --> 00:22:42,894
Think about it.
I hope you're well read.

319
00:22:43,028 --> 00:22:44,195
As soon as I left the hospital

320
00:22:44,230 --> 00:22:45,830
after a DVT blood clot,

321
00:22:45,865 --> 00:22:47,532
I sure had a lot
to think about.

322
00:22:47,566 --> 00:22:49,467
What about the
people I care about?

323
00:22:49,501 --> 00:22:51,269
...including this little girl.

324
00:22:51,303 --> 00:22:53,538
And what if this
happened again?

325
00:22:53,572 --> 00:22:55,340
I was given warfarin
in the hospital,

326
00:22:55,374 --> 00:22:57,976
but wondered, was this the
best treatment for me?

327
00:22:58,010 --> 00:22:59,310
So I asked my doctor.

328
00:22:59,345 --> 00:23:01,079
And he recommended ELIQUIS.

329
00:23:01,113 --> 00:23:03,815
ELIQUIS treats DVT
and PE blood clots

330
00:23:03,849 --> 00:23:06,384
and reduces the risk of
them happening again.

331
00:23:06,418 --> 00:23:09,420
Yes, ELIQUIS treats DVT
and PE blood clots.

332
00:23:09,455 --> 00:23:10,722
ELIQUIS also had

333
00:23:10,756 --> 00:23:12,624
significantly
less major
bleeding

334
00:23:12,658 --> 00:23:14,192
than the
standard
treatment.

335
00:23:14,226 --> 00:23:16,661
Both made me
turn around my
thinking.

336
00:23:16,695 --> 00:23:18,730
Don't stop ELIQUIS
unless your doctor tells you to.

337
00:23:18,764 --> 00:23:21,933
ELIQUIS can cause serious and
in rare cases fatal bleeding.

338
00:23:21,967 --> 00:23:24,135
Don't take ELIQUIS if you have
an artificial heart valve

339
00:23:24,169 --> 00:23:25,603
or abnormal bleeding.

340
00:23:25,638 --> 00:23:27,672
If you had a spinal injection
while on ELIQUIS

341
00:23:27,706 --> 00:23:28,873
call your doctor right away

342
00:23:28,908 --> 00:23:30,975
if you have tingling,
numbness, or muscle weakness.

343
00:23:31,010 --> 00:23:33,511
While taking ELIQUIS,
you may bruise more easily

344
00:23:33,545 --> 00:23:35,880
...and it may take longer
than usual for bleeding to stop.

345
00:23:35,915 --> 00:23:38,216
Seek immediate medical care
for sudden signs of bleeding,

346
00:23:38,250 --> 00:23:39,550
like unusual bruising.

347
00:23:39,585 --> 00:23:41,519
ELIQUIS may increase
your bleeding risk

348
00:23:41,553 --> 00:23:42,754
if you take
certain medicines.

349
00:23:42,788 --> 00:23:44,756
Tell your doctor
about all planned

350
00:23:44,790 --> 00:23:46,224
medical or dental
procedures.

351
00:23:46,258 --> 00:23:49,160
ELIQUIS treats
DVT and PE
blood clots.

352
00:23:49,194 --> 00:23:51,229
Plus had
less major
bleeding.

353
00:23:51,263 --> 00:23:53,831
Both made ELIQUIS
the right treatment for me.

354
00:23:53,866 --> 00:23:56,868
Ask your doctor if switching
to ELIQUIS is right for you.

355
00:23:58,470 --> 00:24:00,004
With Advil, you'll ask

356
00:24:00,039 --> 00:24:02,006
What bad knee?

357
00:24:02,041 --> 00:24:04,008
What throbbing head?

358
00:24:04,043 --> 00:24:06,344
Advil makes pain a distant
memory

359
00:24:06,378 --> 00:24:07,512
Nothing works faster

360
00:24:07,546 --> 00:24:08,179
Stronger

361
00:24:08,213 --> 00:24:09,013
Or Longer

362
00:24:09,048 --> 00:24:10,348
What

363
00:24:10,382 --> 00:24:11,182
Pain?

364
00:24:11,216 --> 00:24:12,550
Advil.

365
00:24:19,725 --> 00:24:25,330
COMING UP ON THE NOW KC!
WE COULD GET OUR FIRST
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER

366
00:24:25,332 --> 00:24:27,999
WE COULD GET OUR FIRST
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)

367
00:24:28,001 --> 00:24:28,700
TASTE OF WINTER WEATHER
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S

368
00:24:28,702 --> 00:24:29,400
TOMORROW!áGARY ADLIBá(CHRISTA)
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT

369
00:24:29,402 --> 00:24:30,802
SPEAKING OF WINTER....IT'S
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT

370
00:24:30,804 --> 00:24:31,970
A BAD COLD WEATHER HABIT
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT

371
00:24:31,972 --> 00:24:32,804
- YOU NEED TO BREAK!WHAT
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR

372
00:24:32,806 --> 00:24:34,172
YOU COULD BE DOING THAT
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE

373
00:24:34,174 --> 00:24:35,239
MAKES YOU A TARGET FOR
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR

374
00:24:35,241 --> 00:24:36,374
THIEVES!(KEVIN)PLUS,IS THE
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT

375
00:24:36,376 --> 00:24:37,575
GOVERNMENT WASTING YOUR
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR

376
00:24:37,577 --> 00:24:38,843
MONEY?WHY PRESIDENT ELECT
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE

377
00:24:38,845 --> 00:24:39,677
DONALD TRUMP THINKS FOUR
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE
THROWN AWAY!

378
00:24:39,679 --> 00:24:41,846
áBILLIONá DOLLARS WILL BE
THROWN AWAY!
(KEVIN)(KEVIN)

379
00:24:41,848 --> 00:24:50,021
THROWN AWAY!
(KEVIN)(KEVIN)

380
00:24:57,763 --> 00:25:01,666


381
00:25:01,700 --> 00:25:04,936
If you have COPD, you know
that feeling

382
00:25:04,970 --> 00:25:08,072
when you just can't catch your
breath.

383
00:25:08,107 --> 00:25:11,776
When it feels so close but just
out of reach.

384
00:25:11,810 --> 00:25:14,846
And the more you worry, the
worse it seems to get.

385
00:25:14,880 --> 00:25:16,647
Now's the time to help put
better breathing

386
00:25:16,682 --> 00:25:18,082
back within reach.

387
00:25:18,117 --> 00:25:20,018
Now's the time for STIOLTO.

388
00:25:20,052 --> 00:25:22,253
Once-daily, steroid-free
STIOLTO

389
00:25:22,287 --> 00:25:24,322
opens airways in just
5 minutes

390
00:25:24,356 --> 00:25:27,558
to improve your breathing for a
full 24 hours.

391
00:25:27,593 --> 00:25:29,360
<i>STIOLTO is not for asthma.</i>

392
00:25:29,395 --> 00:25:31,696
<i>It contains a medicine that</i>
<i>increases the risk of death</i>

393
00:25:31,730 --> 00:25:32,930
<i>in people with asthma.</i>

394
00:25:32,965 --> 00:25:34,932
<i>This risk is unknown in COPD.</i>

395
00:25:34,967 --> 00:25:37,769
<i>STIOLTO doesn't replace rescue</i>
<i>inhalers for sudden symptoms</i>

396
00:25:37,803 --> 00:25:39,637
<i>and should not be used more than</i>
<i>once a day,</i>

397
00:25:39,671 --> 00:25:40,805
<i>or with similar medicines.</i>

398
00:25:40,839 --> 00:25:42,573
<i>Tell your doctor is you have a</i>
<i>heart condition,</i>

399
00:25:42,608 --> 00:25:44,976
<i>high blood pressure, glaucoma,</i>
<i>prostate, bladder,</i>

400
00:25:45,010 --> 00:25:46,244
<i>or urinary problems.</i>

401
00:25:46,278 --> 00:25:47,812
<i>These may worsen with STIOLTO.</i>

402
00:25:47,846 --> 00:25:49,847
<i>Call your doctor if your</i>
<i>breathing problems worsen,</i>

403
00:25:49,882 --> 00:25:52,183
<i>or if you have chest pain, mouth</i>
<i>or tongue swelling,</i>

404
00:25:52,217 --> 00:25:55,019
<i>problems urinating, hives,</i>
<i>vision changes or eye pain.</i>

405
00:25:55,054 --> 00:25:57,722
<i>Discuss all medicines you take,</i>
<i>even eye drops.</i>

406
00:25:57,756 --> 00:25:59,991
<i>Common side effects include</i>
<i>runny nose, cough,</i>

407
00:26:00,025 --> 00:26:00,992
<i>and back pain.</i>

408
00:26:01,026 --> 00:26:03,461
Nothing can reverse COPD.

409
00:26:03,495 --> 00:26:06,564
But STIOLTO can significantly
improve your breathing.

410
00:26:06,598 --> 00:26:08,733
Can't catch your breath?

411
00:26:08,767 --> 00:26:11,302
With STIOLTO, better breathing
is within reach.

412
00:26:11,336 --> 00:26:12,336
Ask your doctor today.

413
00:26:53,312 --> 00:26:55,413
The category has to do
with authors,

414
00:26:55,415 --> 00:26:57,348
and here is your clue, players.

415
00:27:10,095 --> 00:27:12,163
30 seconds.
Good luck.

416
00:27:12,165 --> 00:27:14,966
[ Theme music plays ]

417
00:27:42,828 --> 00:27:45,029
Alex: Alison,
we come to you first.

418
00:27:45,031 --> 00:27:46,230
You had $4,200.

419
00:27:46,232 --> 00:27:48,766
A little bit of misfortune
on a Daily Double earlier.

420
00:27:48,768 --> 00:27:49,934
And you wrote down...

421
00:27:50,969 --> 00:27:52,403
...the name of the woman

422
00:27:52,405 --> 00:27:54,639
who wrote six novels --
Jane Austen.

423
00:27:54,641 --> 00:27:55,740
You're right.

424
00:27:55,742 --> 00:27:57,975
And your wager?
Everything.

425
00:27:57,977 --> 00:28:01,012
So you're at $8,400 as we go
to our champion, Tim.

426
00:28:01,014 --> 00:28:03,347
He had $8,800.

427
00:28:03,349 --> 00:28:04,982
Did he come up
with Jane Austen?

428
00:28:04,984 --> 00:28:06,083
He did not.

429
00:28:06,085 --> 00:28:08,019
Picked Charles Dickens
instead.

430
00:28:08,021 --> 00:28:10,154
How much did
he wager and lose?

431
00:28:10,156 --> 00:28:12,657
$300.
Oh.

432
00:28:12,659 --> 00:28:17,094
So he leads you, Alison,
by $100 as we go to Anuj,

433
00:28:17,096 --> 00:28:19,730
who could become
the new champion.

434
00:28:19,732 --> 00:28:23,067
But, no, he won't, unless
he didn't risk much.

435
00:28:23,069 --> 00:28:25,069
And he risked much.

436
00:28:25,071 --> 00:28:27,071
So he'll finish
in third place,

437
00:28:27,073 --> 00:28:30,441
and, Tim, you remain
"Jeopardy" champion

438
00:28:30,443 --> 00:28:34,245
with now a three-day
total of $56,300.

439
00:28:34,247 --> 00:28:36,113
And, Alison, so close!
So close!

440
00:28:36,115 --> 00:28:37,348
What a game.
I loved it.

441
00:28:37,350 --> 00:28:39,350
I hope you did, too.
We'll see you tomorrow.

442
00:28:44,656 --> 00:28:46,691
<i> Promotional consideration</i>
<i> provided by...</i>

443
00:29:04,910 --> 00:29:07,945
--<font color="#ffff00"> Captions by VITAC</font> --
<font color="#00ffff"> http://www.vitac.com</font>

444
00:29:36,975 --> 00:29:43,114
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW.WE'VE GOT THE POTENTIAL
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO

445
00:29:43,116 --> 00:29:44,115
NOW.WE'VE GOT THE POTENTIAL
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND

446
00:29:44,117 --> 00:29:45,116
FOR SNOW IN THE METRO
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR

447
00:29:45,118 --> 00:29:46,250
TOMORROW.. (CHRISTA)AND
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR
THE CHIEFS GAME ON

448
00:29:46,252 --> 00:29:47,285
EXTREME COLD IN TIME FOR
THE CHIEFS GAME ON
THURSDAY...LET'S START

449
00:29:47,287 --> 00:29:48,019
THE CHIEFS GAME ON
THURSDAY...LET'S START
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.

450
00:29:48,021 --> 00:29:52,623
THURSDAY...LET'S START
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR

451
00:29:52,625 --> 00:29:53,858
THINGS OFF WITH GARY LEZAK.
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE

452
00:29:53,860 --> 00:29:54,959
GOOD EVENING. WE TURN OUR
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF

453
00:29:54,961 --> 00:29:55,793
ATTENTION TO THE CHANCE
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE

454
00:29:55,795 --> 00:29:56,927
OF SNOW AND ARRIVAL OF
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE

455
00:29:56,929 --> 00:29:57,695
ARCTIC AIR. FIRST, THE
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM

456
00:29:57,697 --> 00:29:58,863
SNOW. IT LOOKS LIKE THE
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING

457
00:29:58,865 --> 00:29:59,597
BEGINNING TIME IS 10 AM
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.

458
00:29:59,599 --> 00:30:00,264
TO 1 PM WITH AN ENDING
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.
THERE IS STILL A 30%

459
00:30:00,266 --> 00:30:01,098
TIME OF 3 PM TO 7 PM.
THERE IS STILL A 30%
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,

460
00:30:01,100 --> 00:30:02,266
THERE IS STILL A 30%
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING

461
00:30:02,268 --> 00:30:03,067
CHANCE WE SEE NO SNOW,
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".

462
00:30:03,069 --> 00:30:04,135
70% CHANCE OF A DUSTING
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".
THE REASON WE HAVE THE

463
00:30:04,137 --> 00:30:04,902
AND 40% CHANCE OF 1/2".
THE REASON WE HAVE THE
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW

464
00:30:04,904 --> 00:30:06,037
THE REASON WE HAVE THE
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO

465
00:30:06,039 --> 00:30:06,871
UNCERTAINTY IS THAT HOW
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE

466
00:30:06,873 --> 00:30:07,905
MUCH SNOW WILL MAKE IT TO
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE

467
00:30:07,907 --> 00:30:08,873
THE GROUND. THIS IS DUE
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW

468
00:30:08,875 --> 00:30:09,974
TO DRY LOW LEVELS AND WE
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL

469
00:30:09,976 --> 00:30:10,775
BELIEVE THERE WILL BE SNOW
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS

470
00:30:10,777 --> 00:30:11,876
ON RADAR, BUT MOST WILL
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,

471
00:30:11,878 --> 00:30:13,177
BE ALOFT. SINCE, THIS IS
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY

472
00:30:13,179 --> 00:30:14,345
A FAST-MOVING SMALL SYSTEM,
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE

473
00:30:14,347 --> 00:30:15,212
EVERY HOUR THAT GOES BY
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE

474
00:30:15,214 --> 00:30:16,347
THAT NO SNOW REACHES THE
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS

475
00:30:16,349 --> 00:30:17,581
GROUND, WILL CUT INTO THE
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING

476
00:30:17,583 --> 00:30:18,282
TOTALS. AND, YES THERE IS
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING
MOVES BY BEFORE IT

477
00:30:18,284 --> 00:30:19,083
A CHANCE THE WHOLE THING
MOVES BY BEFORE IT
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.

478
00:30:19,085 --> 00:30:20,184
MOVES BY BEFORE IT
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE

479
00:30:20,186 --> 00:30:21,052
SATURATES THE LOW LEVELS.
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE

480
00:30:21,054 --> 00:30:22,353
IT WILL BE ONE OF THOSE
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET

481
00:30:22,355 --> 00:30:23,321
HOUR BY HOUR OBSERVING THE
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,

482
00:30:23,323 --> 00:30:24,155
WEATHER ISSUES AS WE GET
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON

483
00:30:24,157 --> 00:30:24,855
INTO THE EVENT. REMEMBER,
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG

484
00:30:24,857 --> 00:30:25,956
EVEN 1/8" OF SNOW ON
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO

485
00:30:25,958 --> 00:30:26,924
ROADS CAN CAUSE BIG
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,

486
00:30:26,926 --> 00:30:28,092
ISSUES. SO, WE HAVE TO
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY

487
00:30:28,094 --> 00:30:29,160
WATCH THIS CLOSELY. THEN,
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0

488
00:30:29,162 --> 00:30:29,960
THE COLD ARRIVES. THURSDAY
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO

489
00:30:29,962 --> 00:30:30,761
WILL SEE LOWS AROUND 10A0
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD

490
00:30:30,763 --> 00:30:32,430
WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH

491
00:30:32,432 --> 00:30:33,397
MID 20S. IT WILL BE COLD
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE

492
00:30:33,399 --> 00:30:34,565
FOR THE CHIEFS GAME WITH
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN

493
00:30:34,567 --> 00:30:35,633
TEMPERATURES FALLING TO THE
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE

494
00:30:35,635 --> 00:30:36,500
TEENS WITH WIND CHILLS IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE

495
00:30:36,502 --> 00:30:37,601
THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE
ARCTIC COLD EXITS BY THE

496
00:30:37,603 --> 00:30:42,606
GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE
ARCTIC COLD EXITS BY THE
WEEKEND.

497
00:31:21,279 --> 00:31:26,751
(KEVIN)AND RIGHT NOW --
YOU'RE LOOKING LIVE AT
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--

498
00:31:26,753 --> 00:31:28,319
YOU'RE LOOKING LIVE AT
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC

499
00:31:28,321 --> 00:31:29,754
I-435 AND RAYTOWN ROAD--
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY

500
00:31:29,756 --> 00:31:31,722
WHERE YOU CAN SEE TRAFFIC
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT

501
00:31:31,724 --> 00:31:33,190
IS MOVING ALONG NICELY
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE

502
00:31:33,192 --> 00:31:34,558
RIGHT NOW..K-DOT AND MODOT
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY

503
00:31:34,560 --> 00:31:36,026
BOTH TELL US THEY ARE
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY
OF SNOW AND FRIGID

504
00:31:36,028 --> 00:31:37,161
READY FOR THE POSSIBILITY
OF SNOW AND FRIGID
TEMPERATURES STARTING

505
00:31:37,163 --> 00:31:38,562
OF SNOW AND FRIGID
TEMPERATURES STARTING
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE

506
00:31:38,564 --> 00:31:39,363
TEMPERATURES STARTING
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND

507
00:31:39,365 --> 00:31:40,564
TOMORROW.BOTH AGENCIES ARE
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS

508
00:31:40,566 --> 00:31:41,432
WATCHING THE FORECAST.. AND
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT

509
00:31:41,434 --> 00:31:44,268
HAVE THEIR SNOW PLOWS
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..

510
00:31:44,270 --> 00:31:45,403
READY AND LOADED WITH SALT
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND

511
00:31:45,405 --> 00:31:46,670
AHEAD OF ICE AND SNOW..
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE

512
00:31:46,672 --> 00:31:47,872
WE ARE ALSO READY -- AND
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW

513
00:31:47,874 --> 00:31:49,006
WILL HAVE LIVE COVERAGE
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW
MORNING AS WE GET READY

514
00:31:49,008 --> 00:31:49,807
STARTING AT 4:30 TOMORROW
MORNING AS WE GET READY
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN

515
00:31:49,809 --> 00:31:51,108
MORNING AS WE GET READY
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE

516
00:31:51,110 --> 00:31:52,376
FOR THE SNOW TO ROLL IN
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY

517
00:31:52,378 --> 00:31:53,043
-- AND THEN WE'LL BE
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41

518
00:31:53,045 --> 00:31:54,011
TRACKING THROUGHOUT THE DAY
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND

519
00:31:54,013 --> 00:31:55,613
RIGHT HERE ON YOUR 41
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND
ON OUR MOBILE APP.

520
00:31:55,615 --> 00:31:57,882
ACTION NEWS STATION...AND
ON OUR MOBILE APP.
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE

521
00:31:57,884 --> 00:31:58,849
ON OUR MOBILE APP.
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW -- at least one man

522
00:31:58,851 --> 00:32:00,017
(KEVIN)RIGHT NOW ON THE
NOW -- at least one man
continues to recover at

523
00:32:00,019 --> 00:32:00,751
NOW -- at least one man
continues to recover at
the hospital... Following a

524
00:32:00,753 --> 00:32:01,519
continues to recover at
the hospital... Following a
deadly overnight shooting

525
00:32:01,521 --> 00:32:04,221
the hospital... Following a
deadly overnight shooting
at a bar near Independence.

526
00:32:04,223 --> 00:32:05,022
deadly overnight shooting
at a bar near Independence.
(CHRISTA)Police say a man

527
00:32:05,024 --> 00:32:05,856
at a bar near Independence.
(CHRISTA)Police say a man
shot and killed 34-year

528
00:32:05,858 --> 00:32:07,725
(CHRISTA)Police say a man
shot and killed 34-year
old Jarrod Blake... While

529
00:32:07,727 --> 00:32:09,593
shot and killed 34-year
old Jarrod Blake... While
shooting two others....

530
00:32:09,595 --> 00:32:11,562
old Jarrod Blake... While
shooting two others....
After an argument.41 ACTION

531
00:32:11,564 --> 00:32:12,296
shooting two others....
After an argument.41 ACTION
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY

532
00:32:12,298 --> 00:32:13,964
After an argument.41 ACTION
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED

533
00:32:13,966 --> 00:32:14,899
NEWS REPORTER TOM DEMPSEY
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --

534
00:32:14,901 --> 00:32:16,033
IS LIVE AT THE TOOL SHED
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS

535
00:32:16,035 --> 00:32:18,269
LOUNGE ON 40 HIGHWAY --
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a

536
00:32:18,271 --> 00:32:20,237
WITH AN UPDATE ON THIS
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a
little bit of police tape

537
00:32:20,239 --> 00:32:22,673
INVESTIGATION.(TOM)Only a
little bit of police tape
remains here at the crime

538
00:32:22,675 --> 00:32:23,674
little bit of police tape
remains here at the crime
scene....And interestingly

539
00:32:23,676 --> 00:32:24,508
remains here at the crime
scene....And interestingly
enough...The bar continues

540
00:32:24,510 --> 00:32:25,276
scene....And interestingly
enough...The bar continues
to serve customers a

541
00:32:25,278 --> 00:32:26,510
enough...The bar continues
to serve customers a
little over 12 hours after

542
00:32:26,512 --> 00:32:30,481
to serve customers a
little over 12 hours after
the shooting happened.This

543
00:32:30,483 --> 00:32:32,650
little over 12 hours after
the shooting happened.This
all happened around 2:30

544
00:32:32,652 --> 00:32:36,554
the shooting happened.This
all happened around 2:30
this morning.Police say an

545
00:32:36,556 --> 00:32:40,024
all happened around 2:30
this morning.Police say an
argument inside between

546
00:32:40,026 --> 00:32:40,791
this morning.Police say an
argument inside between
customers led to the

547
00:32:40,793 --> 00:32:41,959
argument inside between
customers led to the
shooting.Customers wrestled

548
00:32:41,961 --> 00:32:43,427
customers led to the
shooting.Customers wrestled
the suspect to the

549
00:32:43,429 --> 00:32:44,628
shooting.Customers wrestled
the suspect to the
ground....Keeping him there

550
00:32:44,630 --> 00:32:46,363
the suspect to the
ground....Keeping him there
until police arrived.Roger

551
00:32:46,365 --> 00:32:47,865
ground....Keeping him there
until police arrived.Roger
Nickell II...Who frequents

552
00:32:47,867 --> 00:32:49,667
until police arrived.Roger
Nickell II...Who frequents
the bar...Says the Tool

553
00:32:49,669 --> 00:32:50,568
Nickell II...Who frequents
the bar...Says the Tool
Shed is a popular place

554
00:32:50,570 --> 00:32:52,203
the bar...Says the Tool
Shed is a popular place
to hang out.He says the

555
00:32:52,205 --> 00:32:52,903
Shed is a popular place
to hang out.He says the
nature of the overnight

556
00:32:52,905 --> 00:32:54,939
to hang out.He says the
nature of the overnight
crime....Shocks him. "Roger

557
00:32:54,941 --> 00:32:55,673
nature of the overnight
crime....Shocks him. "Roger
Nickell IIBar customer

558
00:32:55,675 --> 00:32:57,341
crime....Shocks him. "Roger
Nickell IIBar customer
17:45:24It's packed. It

559
00:32:57,343 --> 00:32:58,075
Nickell IIBar customer
17:45:24It's packed. It
stays packed. You can't

560
00:32:58,077 --> 00:32:58,942
17:45:24It's packed. It
stays packed. You can't

Won't the contestant interview transcript get posted on page one of this thread after a week or so?
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby BigDaddyMatty » Wed Dec 07, 2016 11:45 pm

MarkBarrett wrote:
bpmod wrote:
MarkBarrett wrote:Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.

I am quite confused by that clue. Esposito scored some 70+ goals in the 70-71 (I think) season. 50 goals in a season was old hat in 1981 when Gretzky scored 50 in 39 games.

What am I missing?

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The category was SPORTS ROUND NUMBERS (What we call pretty numbers around here).

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When Dennis Maruk of Washington had EXACTLY 50 goals on the nose in 1980-81 that was the first time since the Rocket that a player matched that goal total for a season.

I think the clue is referring to the feat of scoring 50 goals in 50 games, specifically the first 50 games of the season. The next player to accomplish the feat after Richard was Mike Bossy of the Islanders, in 1981. 50 Goals in 50 Games
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby MarkBarrett » Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:02 am

BigDaddyMatty wrote:I think the clue is referring to the feat of scoring 50 goals in 50 games, specifically the first 50 games of the season. The next player to accomplish the feat after Richard was Mike Bossy of the Islanders, in 1981. 50 Goals in 50 Games


Your explanation and research is far superior to mine. Thank you. I should stay out of hockey history posts since I had a late start following the sport, as before the Sharks and Sega Genesis I paid little attention.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby jeff6286 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:36 am

Since I did not know about the "50 in 50" stat being famous in NHL lore, my alternate explanation for the clue was that they were referring to Wayne Gretzky in 1981-82, becoming the first player to average at least 1.00 goals per game, as he scored 92 goals in 80 games that season, obviously topping Richard's feat of 50 in 50. Of course the clue didn't actually say this, but I thought maybe some words got edited out for space or something. Clearly Matty's explanation is the correct one now that I see it, as the year on Gretzky would have been off by one anyway. (Although Gretzky did actually join Bossy with 50 in 50 in 1981, as he got such a fast start on the 81-82 season that he scored his 50th goal in the Oilers' 39th game, on December 30th.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby silverscreentest » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:54 am

MarkBarrett wrote:
Rocket Richard's goals in 44-45 matching the number of games that season? Not matched until 1981? Anyone who got that one gets applause for knowing either part and especially for knowing both. In trying to run the category I guessed 82.


I'm not a big hockey fan, but I do know an NHL season is 82 games long. I also know seasons were shorter back then and 50 goals in 50 games sounded like a better round number than 60 in 60 or 70 in 70.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby Bamaman » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:36 am

I had the right idea but went with 40. I probably get that right in LL but in the short time frame I just spat out a number that was a multiple of 5 since I knew it was a 6-team league then.
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Re: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Game Recap & Discussion [SPOILERS]

Postby frankfrank » Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:27 am

THANK YOU OPUSTHEPENGUIN!!

Not only was the transcript otherwise lost to "the ether," but I couldn't even remember *WHO* I had to show it to, but I knew it was important!

Turns out it was the second contestant, who traced down the Swearengen family name. I KNOW somebody very well who has a variant spelling of that name, and who has worked massively on researching all of the people who are related, and I think he even has a PUBLISHED HARD COVER BOOK with early research! Therefore, very possible that they may actually be able to help each other with this. My friend, who is in Kansas, told me that he has come up with 27 spelling variations in his research - and I'm not sure if he's managed to get back research dating to as many "great-"s as she mentioned...

I appreciate this greatly! Is there a website for these transcripts? There have been a handful of other times I've wished I could find a transcript, though those other times are now entirely lost to me.

I notice that I THOUGHT there would be automatic daily notifications of replies, but I didn't get anything in my email, so I checked manually and...there it was!

Hoping everybody has great holidays and such! (And, yes, I said "holidays" here - because virtually EVERYBODY observes at least two holidays between now and New Year's Day.)
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