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FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
Delivered on January 8, 1790, the first of these was also the shortest, at 1,089 words

Emmett Stanton: 15400+15400=30800 (3x = $72,600)
Kelly Shannon-Henderson: 19800-11001=8799
Juliana Marmon: 3400-0=3400

Correct response:
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State of the Union Address (Kelly – inaugural address) (Juliana – Federalist papers)

Daily Doubles
Juliana: 1000+1000
Emmett: 5400+2000
Kelly: 7600+5000

Coryats
Emmett: 14600
Kelly: 16400
Juliana: 3000

Combined: 34,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round
Emmett: 4600
Kelly: 2000
Juliana: 1000
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KHQA showed Friday's game (at least through the first segment) so I bailed out and YTed today's game instead. No CC will make archiving more difficult and less accurate to leave clean up work for later.

If you like hearing Ken say "genre" then today is your day. Ken also got a good audience laugh to follow up with with one of the HETERONYMS responses.

The FJ! clue's think time saved me as I went from matching Kelly to matching Emmett as thinking about month and year helped me realize a switch was needed.

Nice move by Kelly to bet a big 5000 on DD3 for the lead and from there she only increased the margin. Emmett trailed again for the FJ! round and came through on the 61st clue to win again. He'll have to win 5 though for me to mark his games in the archive as I've seen enough comments about marking Luigi early and the confusion it caused.
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Done: https://j-archive.com/showgame.php?game_id=7441

other than adding each pronunciation for the HETERONYMS.

Another archivist is welcome to it or a fan can give me something to copy/paste.
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For those wondering about one of the incorrect Final responses given,
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Washington's first inaugural address was delivered April 30, 1789 (sixteen days after receiving official notification of his election). By my count, it has 1,428 words.
My coin-flip landed the same response Kelly gave, after much deliberation, weighted based on knowing that the Constitution does not require the correct response to be delivered orally, and thinking (wrongly, as it turns out) that the tradition of not delivering it orally must stretch back as far as the first president. It took Woodrow Wilson in the 20th century to solidify the tradition, Thomas Jefferson having discontinued it as monarchical.

Good-bye to my perfect Season 39 Final streak.
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MarkBarrett wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 3:01 pm Done: https://j-archive.com/showgame.php?game_id=7441

other than adding each pronunciation for the HETERONYMS.

Another archivist is welcome to it or a fan can give me something to copy/paste.
I pronounce $600 the same either way. COM-pact.
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22/2, 21/3
trash: compact, frottage, lamb
more trash: Wellington :lol: , parody ;) , Yuan
:D :D :D :mrgreen: on betting clues. Too late for inaugural, WECIB.
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I knew George took the oath in April 1789 so SOTU was my only option.

Never heard of any of those slang terms.
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For this clue:
Seen here, this lizard with a name from classical mythology, is known for its ability to run across water
Would they accept "Jesus lizard"?
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This game is a draw for the Weak Form of Shore's Conjecture. The second-place player bet "big." --Bob
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Of all the things to blank on... started on Inaugural, date didn't fit, so moved into the annual address, but blurted "State of the Nation, wait, that doesn't sound right... huh... time's up."

My wife said Jesus Lizard as well. I didn't know they existed (or Basilisk Lizards), but it seems right to me. If they want to claim that's not "classic mythology," I would be inclined to disagree, though some might agree with negging it for that reason.
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Anachronism wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:09 pm My wife said Jesus Lizard as well. I didn't know they existed (or Basilisk Lizards), but it seems right to me. If they want to claim that's not "classic mythology," I would be inclined to disagree, though some might agree with negging it for that reason.
Not "classic", "classical". That's Greco-Roman. Jesus is not a character in classical mythology. Straight miss.
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MarkBarrett wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 1:47 pm KHQA showed Friday's game (at least through the first segment) so I bailed out and YTed today's game instead. No CC will make archiving more difficult and less accurate to leave clean up work for later.
If you still don't have the CC and want to check anything, here you go:
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♪ ♪

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♪♪

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Voltaren.
The joy of movement.

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♪♪

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Maybelline New York's
INSTANT ERASER

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Our DO-IT-ALL
CONCEALER

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CONCEAL

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CONTOUR

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CORRECT

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Now with UP TO 12 hour
MOISTURIZING WEAR

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♪♪

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INSTANT ERASER CONCEALER

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MAYBELLINE NEW YORK

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[CAPTIONING MADE POSSIBLE BY
FREMANTLE MEDIA]

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FREMANTLE MEDIA]
[CAPTIONED BY THE NATIONAL

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[CAPTIONED BY THE NATIONAL
CAPTIONING INSTITUTE

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CAPTIONING INSTITUTE
--www.ncicap.org--]

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--www.ncicap.org--]
WOMAN: ♪ MADE IN GEORGIA ♪

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<i> They say you are the</i>
<i> company you keep.</i>

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<i> And for nearly twenty years,</i>

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<i> Amanda Adkins was one</i>

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<i> of Sam Brownback's</i>
<i> top advisors.</i>

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<i> Adkins helped Brownback</i>
<i> pass tax giveaways</i>

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<i> to the rich that</i>
<i> decimated Kansas schools.</i>

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<i> Teacher layoffs.</i>

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<i> School Cancellations.</i>

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<i> Larger class sizes.</i>

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<i> And a drop in test scores.</i>

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<i> Yet Adkins called Brownback</i>
<i> "an incredible governor."</i>

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<i> We need to get Kansas</i>
<i> back on track.</i>

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<i> Not back to Brownback.</i>

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<i> DCCC is responsible</i>

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<i> for the content of</i>
<i> this advertising.</i>

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♪♪♪

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<i> From the Alex Trebek Stage</i>
<i> at Sony Pictures Studios,</i>

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<i> this is "Jeopardy!"</i>

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[cheering]

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<i> Please welcome</i>
<i> today's contestants--</i>

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<i> a pediatrician</i>
<i> from Concord, Massachusetts...</i>

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<i> A classics professor</i>
<i> from Cincinnati, Ohio...</i>

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

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<i> a freelance writer</i>
<i> from Baltimore, Maryland...</i>

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<i> whose 2-day cash winnings</i>
<i> total...</i>

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[applause]

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

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<i> Ken Jennings.</i>
[cheers and applause]

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Thank you.
Welcome to "Jeopardy!"

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Our champion, Emmett Stanton,
survived a scare yesterday

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when a late Daily Double miss
left him in third place

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heading into Final Jeopardy!

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He was however
the only contestant

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to come up
with the correct response,

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and he went home
a two-day champion.

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We hope we have
another close match like that

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for you folks today
as we welcome Kelly and Juliana.

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Good luck, all three of you.

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Let's dive
into the Jeopardy! round.

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Here are you categories.
We begin back in...

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Then we move to...

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And then...

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Each response will be a title
containing the word "you."

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Champ, where do we start?
World War II for $200.

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- Juliana.
- What is Poland?

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- Yes.
- World War II for $400.

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- Juliana.
- What are tanks?

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- You got it.
- Science & Nature, $200.

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New Zealand not only has
a lot of these animals,

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but it also has wild plants
that look like them.

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Kelly.
What are sheep?

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- Lot of sheep.
- Science & Nature, $400.

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- Juliana.
- What are acorns?

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- You got it.
- Science & Nature, $600.

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Answer there
is the Daily Double.

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[applause]

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You can wager any
or all of that $1,000, Juliana.

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Ken, I'll make it
a true Daily Double.

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Okay. It's fun to say, right?
It is.

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Here's your clue
in Science & Nature.

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370 miles in diameter,
Olympus Mons on this planet

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is the largest volcano
in our solar system.

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What is...

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Mars?

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You are looking at Mars there.
That's correct.

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[applause]
You double your money.
Where to now?

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Let's do Science & Nature,
$800.

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Emmett.

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What is an iceberg?

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No.

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Juliana.
What is a glacier?

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No. Kelly is gonna try it.

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What is an ice shelf?

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An ice shelf is correct. Yes.
It's a different thing entirely.

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Science & Nature,
$1,000, please.

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Seen here, this lizard with
a name from classical mythology

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is known for its ability
to run across water.

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[beep]

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It's called the basilisk. Kelly.

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Heteronyms for $200.

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- Emmett.
- What is object? Ob-ject.

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Yes. Object and ob-ject.
Heteronyms, $400.

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- Juliana.
- What is resent and re-sent?

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- Yes.
- Heteronyms, $600.

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[beep]

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That would be
a compact or a com-pact.

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Juliana.
Heteronyms, $800.

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[beep]

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We're looking for a tow-er
and a tower. Juliana.

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- Heteronyms, $1,000.
- Sticking with it. I like it.

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- Emmett.
- What is a mole and mo-le?

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Yes. And that gets you
out of the hole or ho-le.

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[audience laughs]

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World War II for $600.

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- Emmett.
- What is St. Petersburg?

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- That's correct. Or Leningrad.
- World War II, $800.

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- Kelly.
- What is Midway?

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- It was Midway. Yes.
- There's the Rub, $200.

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- Kelly.
- What are erasers?

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That's correct.
It takes you to $2,000,

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and you've taken us
to our first commercial break.

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You can relax for a moment.
We'll be back after these words.

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[applause]

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With The Home Depot's
lowest prices of the season,

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it's time to take
your bath from start...

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to tiled...
to installed...

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to sealed...
to finished.

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Shop our biggest bath savings
of the season right now

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at The Home Depot.

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<i> What can you do</i>
<i> with sensitive skin?</i>

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♪♪

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<i> Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser</i>
<i> does more than clean.</i>

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<i> It actually protects skin</i>
<i> by keeping it hydrated.</i>

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<i> So you're always ready</i>
<i> for the unexpected.</i>

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<i> Cetaphil. We do skin.</i>
<i> You do you.</i>

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Twins.

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You know 'em when you see 'em.

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And in Kansas, these
twins are identical:

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Sam Brownback and Derek Schmidt.

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When Brownback
cut millions from our schools,

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Schmidt defended him in court.

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When Brownback ran up
massive budget deficits,

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Schmidt stood by his side.

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And when Brownback refused
funding for rural hospitals,

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Schmidt agreed.

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You can't tell
these twins apart,

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but you can tell Schmidt

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to stop supporting
Brownback's policies.

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

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[applause]

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Juliana Marmon
from Concord, Massachusetts

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is a pediatrician

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00:10:13,379 --> 00:10:16,214
who once sang on national radio
in Australia?

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I did.
So, when I was in college,

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I had the wonderful opportunity
to go on tour with my choir,

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and we had three weeks there and
got a spot on national radio.

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I can also say that we did sing
at the Sydney Opera House.

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Not for anyone in particular.

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But when we were doing
our tour there,

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we got to check out
the acoustics,

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and that was amazing.

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I think if you just hummed
to yourself on the tour,

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you should be able
to count that.

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Oh, yeah.
That's fantastic.

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Kelly Shannon-Henderson,

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a classics professor
from Cincinnati.

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When you were little,
your dad had an unusual hobby.

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Tell us about it.
He did. He was an engineer,

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but worked in nothing aerospace.

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Worked in natural gas industry.

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But he always loved planes.

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00:10:55,855 --> 00:10:57,789
And when I was
in elementary school,

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early middle school,
he built a single-engine,

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00:11:00,593 --> 00:11:03,495
two-person plane
in our garage and basement.

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00:11:03,629 --> 00:11:05,830
In a garage. Will a plane fit
in a garage and basement?

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00:11:05,965 --> 00:11:08,633
If it's disassembled.
You have to take the wings off.

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00:11:08,768 --> 00:11:10,502
And did he ever fly it?
He did. Yeah.

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00:11:10,636 --> 00:11:12,237
He flew it
in aerobatic competitions...

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00:11:12,371 --> 00:11:14,239
Oh.
...and won trophies and stuff.

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Fantastic.
Yeah.

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Emmett Stanton
is a freelance writer

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from Baltimore, Maryland.

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We know all about
your travels by train and plane.

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00:11:21,447 --> 00:11:23,448
In fact, you have
a travel-related item

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00:11:23,582 --> 00:11:24,883
that's a treasured possession
of yours.

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00:11:25,017 --> 00:11:27,352
I do. There's a wonderful
furniture maker in Virginia

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00:11:27,486 --> 00:11:28,820
who focuses
on colonial furniture.

186
00:11:28,954 --> 00:11:30,221
And when he doesn't
have commissions,

187
00:11:30,356 --> 00:11:32,257
he makes replicas of Thomas
Jefferson's travel desk,

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00:11:32,391 --> 00:11:33,725
which he used to write things

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00:11:33,859 --> 00:11:35,126
when he was
in horses and buggies

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00:11:35,261 --> 00:11:37,128
which were not easy to write in.

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00:11:37,263 --> 00:11:41,433
So I got myself a replica, and
it's one of my favorite things.

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00:11:41,567 --> 00:11:43,401
I have it on display,
and occasionally I've taken it

193
00:11:43,536 --> 00:11:46,237
on car rides or bus rides
or train rides.

194
00:11:46,372 --> 00:11:47,472
No buggy rides yet.

195
00:11:47,606 --> 00:11:49,240
No buggy rides yet,
but here's hoping.

196
00:11:49,375 --> 00:11:50,909
Kelly, you have control
of the board.

197
00:11:51,043 --> 00:11:52,444
Let's get back into the game.

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00:11:52,578 --> 00:11:54,579
There's the Rub for $400.

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00:11:54,714 --> 00:11:57,215
These four syllables
begin the nursery rhyme

200
00:11:57,350 --> 00:11:59,250
about the trio seen here.

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00:11:59,385 --> 00:12:00,785
Emmett.

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00:12:00,920 --> 00:12:02,887
- What is "Rub-a-dub-dub"?
- "Three men in a tub." Right.

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00:12:03,022 --> 00:12:04,889
Rub, $600.

204
00:12:11,564 --> 00:12:12,764
- Juliana.
- What are their legs?

205
00:12:12,898 --> 00:12:13,832
No.

206
00:12:13,966 --> 00:12:15,266
Kelly.
What are their wings?

207
00:12:15,401 --> 00:12:18,336
- Their wings. Yes.
- The Rub, $800.

208
00:12:23,008 --> 00:12:25,744
Kelly.
What is "to rub salt
into a wound"?

209
00:12:25,878 --> 00:12:28,380
- That's correct.
- The Rub, $1,000.

210
00:12:39,925 --> 00:12:40,892
[beep]

211
00:12:41,026 --> 00:12:43,027
That technique
was called frottage,

212
00:12:43,162 --> 00:12:45,163
interestingly enough.
Kelly, back to you.

213
00:12:45,297 --> 00:12:47,098
Let's do Lettuce for $200.

214
00:12:54,507 --> 00:12:55,907
- Kelly.
- What is iceberg?

215
00:12:56,041 --> 00:12:58,209
- Yes.
- Lettuce, $400.

216
00:13:03,382 --> 00:13:04,749
- Emmett.
- What is spring?

217
00:13:04,884 --> 00:13:07,552
- Spring mix.
- Lettuce for $600.

218
00:13:11,757 --> 00:13:13,792
- Emmett.
- What is cress?

219
00:13:13,926 --> 00:13:16,094
- Cress. You got it.
- World War II for $1,000.

220
00:13:24,904 --> 00:13:26,371
- Emmett.
- What is Sicily?

221
00:13:26,505 --> 00:13:29,207
- You are correct.
- Lettuce for $800.

222
00:13:36,315 --> 00:13:38,216
- Kelly.
- What is baby bunny?

223
00:13:38,350 --> 00:13:39,851
No.

224
00:13:39,985 --> 00:13:42,487
Emmett or Juliana?
[beep]

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00:13:42,621 --> 00:13:44,923
It's also called lamb's lettuce.
Emmett, back to you.

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00:13:45,057 --> 00:13:46,558
Entertain "You"--$200.

227
00:13:55,134 --> 00:13:56,935
- Kelly.
- What is "Now You See It"?

228
00:13:57,069 --> 00:13:58,269
No.

229
00:13:58,404 --> 00:13:59,871
- Emmett.
- What is "Now You See Me"?

230
00:14:00,005 --> 00:14:02,040
"Now You See Me" is correct,
with less than a minute to play.

231
00:14:02,174 --> 00:14:04,075
Entertain "You"--$400.

232
00:14:12,952 --> 00:14:14,752
- Emmett.
- What is "She Loves Me"?

233
00:14:14,887 --> 00:14:16,988
- No. Kelly.
- What is "She Loves You"?

234
00:14:17,122 --> 00:14:19,791
Yes. This time you did
the pronoun correctly.

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00:14:19,925 --> 00:14:22,126
Entertain, $600.

236
00:14:28,367 --> 00:14:29,901
- Emmett.
- What is "I Got You, Babe"?

237
00:14:30,035 --> 00:14:32,337
- Good.
- Entertain "You"--$1,000.

238
00:14:42,314 --> 00:14:43,414
[beep]

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00:14:43,549 --> 00:14:45,783
That song
was called "Adore You." Emmett.

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00:14:45,918 --> 00:14:47,886
Lettuce for $1,000.

241
00:14:54,960 --> 00:14:56,227
- Kelly.
- What is endive?

242
00:14:56,362 --> 00:14:57,862
No.

243
00:14:57,997 --> 00:15:00,098
Emmett or Juliana?
[beep]

244
00:15:00,232 --> 00:15:02,267
It's radicchio.
That's Italian for "chicory."

245
00:15:02,401 --> 00:15:04,669
And here's your final clue...

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00:15:08,440 --> 00:15:10,575
- Emmett.
- What is "Mad About You"?

247
00:15:10,709 --> 00:15:12,911
"Mad About You" is correct.
You're at $4,600.

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00:15:13,045 --> 00:15:14,379
Everybody's off
to a pretty good start.

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00:15:14,513 --> 00:15:15,847
Juliana, you'll
be selecting first

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00:15:15,981 --> 00:15:17,148
in the Double Jeopardy! round.

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00:15:17,283 --> 00:15:19,384
We'll get to that in a moment.
Come right back.

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00:15:19,518 --> 00:15:22,086
[applause]

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00:17:19,938 --> 00:17:21,539
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00:17:26,879 --> 00:17:29,981
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00:17:30,015 --> 00:17:32,250
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We've arrived
at Double Jeopardy!

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00:18:53,265 --> 00:18:54,999
which means
twice the money is available.

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00:18:55,134 --> 00:18:57,935
Here are the categories you'll
be working with, contestants...

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00:18:59,605 --> 00:19:01,038
Then...

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00:19:01,173 --> 00:19:03,508
...thanks. We have some...

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00:19:08,680 --> 00:19:11,082
And finally...

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Juliana, start us off.
Capital City, $400.

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00:19:19,124 --> 00:19:21,292
- Juliana.
- What is Canberra?

291
00:19:21,426 --> 00:19:22,293
No.

292
00:19:22,427 --> 00:19:23,961
Kelly.
What is Sydney?

293
00:19:24,096 --> 00:19:25,663
No.

294
00:19:27,199 --> 00:19:28,332
[beep]

295
00:19:28,467 --> 00:19:29,667
There is another
down under country.

296
00:19:29,802 --> 00:19:32,103
It's Wellington, New Zealand.
Back to you, Juliana.

297
00:19:32,237 --> 00:19:34,806
Capital City, $800.

298
00:19:40,612 --> 00:19:41,979
- Emmett.
- What is Reykjavík?

299
00:19:42,114 --> 00:19:45,016
- Correct.
- Capital City, $1,200.

300
00:19:45,150 --> 00:19:46,384
The answer there is the first

301
00:19:46,518 --> 00:19:48,619
of the two Daily Doubles
in the round.

302
00:19:48,754 --> 00:19:52,056
[applause]

303
00:19:52,191 --> 00:19:53,991
Let's bet $2,000.

304
00:19:54,126 --> 00:19:55,893
$2,000 again.
What could go wrong?

305
00:19:56,028 --> 00:19:58,696
Here's your clue
in Capital City Etymologies...

306
00:20:02,968 --> 00:20:04,535
What is Sofia?

307
00:20:04,670 --> 00:20:07,605
Sofia, Bulgaria. Well done.
Taking you to $7,400.

308
00:20:07,739 --> 00:20:10,107
[applause]

309
00:20:10,242 --> 00:20:11,776
Capital City, $1,600.

310
00:20:18,283 --> 00:20:19,717
- Emmett.
- What is Uzbekistan?

311
00:20:19,852 --> 00:20:21,686
- Yes.
- Capital City, $2,000.

312
00:20:28,760 --> 00:20:30,361
- Emmett.
- What is Kinshasa?

313
00:20:30,495 --> 00:20:32,930
In the Democratic Republic
of the Congo. Yes.

314
00:20:33,065 --> 00:20:35,166
Lesser-known Names, $400.

315
00:20:44,276 --> 00:20:45,610
- Kelly.
- What is a throne?

316
00:20:45,744 --> 00:20:46,978
What is a chair?

317
00:20:47,112 --> 00:20:48,579
Yes. Throne or a chair.
We'll accept there.

318
00:20:48,714 --> 00:20:50,548
Not a travel writing desk,
Emmett. I'm sorry.

319
00:20:50,682 --> 00:20:52,183
Genres of Poetry, $400.

320
00:20:56,054 --> 00:20:57,288
- Kelly.
- What is limerick?

321
00:20:57,422 --> 00:20:59,490
Yes. I'm glad we stopped there.

322
00:20:59,625 --> 00:21:01,926
$800--Poetry.

323
00:21:05,797 --> 00:21:06,864
- Kelly.
- What is haiku?

324
00:21:06,999 --> 00:21:09,867
- It is a haiku.
- Poetry, $1,200.

325
00:21:12,437 --> 00:21:13,671
- Emmett.
- What is an ode?

326
00:21:13,805 --> 00:21:16,741
- You got it.
- Poetry, $1,600.

327
00:21:22,948 --> 00:21:23,915
[beep]

328
00:21:24,049 --> 00:21:26,417
It's a parody of Robert Frost.
Emmett.

329
00:21:26,551 --> 00:21:28,653
Poetry, $2,000.

330
00:21:32,157 --> 00:21:33,724
- Kelly.
- What is pastoral?

331
00:21:33,859 --> 00:21:36,294
- It is a pastoral. Very good.
- I'll Have Seconds, $400.

332
00:21:41,800 --> 00:21:42,733
- Kelly.
- Who is Ann Boleyn?

333
00:21:42,868 --> 00:21:45,536
- Right.
- Second, $800.

334
00:21:51,109 --> 00:21:52,443
- Kelly.
- What is now?

335
00:21:52,577 --> 00:21:55,146
- Yes.
- $1,200--Seconds.

336
00:22:02,287 --> 00:22:04,422
Kelly.
What is
Indigenous Peoples Day?

337
00:22:04,556 --> 00:22:06,857
- That is correct.
- Seconds, $1,600.

338
00:22:06,992 --> 00:22:09,560
The answer there
is the other Daily Double.

339
00:22:09,695 --> 00:22:11,562
[applause]

340
00:22:11,697 --> 00:22:13,130
You saw Emmett profit by his
a moment ago.

341
00:22:13,265 --> 00:22:14,899
You could take
the lead, Kelly.

342
00:22:15,033 --> 00:22:16,334
Let's do $5,000.

343
00:22:16,468 --> 00:22:17,935
That would indeed
give you the lead.

344
00:22:18,070 --> 00:22:20,271
Here's your clue
in I'll Have Seconds...

345
00:22:30,182 --> 00:22:31,682
What is Dartmouth?

346
00:22:31,817 --> 00:22:34,552
He was the Earl of Dartmouth.
That is correct.
[applause]

347
00:22:34,686 --> 00:22:37,421
You didn't seem sure,
but you're in the lead.

348
00:22:37,556 --> 00:22:40,024
Seconds, $2,000, please.

349
00:22:46,131 --> 00:22:47,765
- Juliana.
- Who is Taylor?

350
00:22:47,899 --> 00:22:50,735
- Zachary Taylor. Very good.
- Current Slang, $400.

351
00:22:56,875 --> 00:22:58,175
- Kelly.
- What is thirsty?

352
00:22:58,310 --> 00:23:00,277
- Thirsty. Yes.
- Slang, $800.

353
00:23:05,050 --> 00:23:06,350
- Emmett.
- What is Gucci?

354
00:23:06,485 --> 00:23:09,353
- Gucci. You're correct.
- Slang, $1,200.

355
00:23:17,062 --> 00:23:17,928
[beep]

356
00:23:18,063 --> 00:23:19,597
They might be a little emo.

357
00:23:19,731 --> 00:23:21,832
Emmett.
Slang, $1,600.

358
00:23:27,873 --> 00:23:29,173
- Kelly.
- What is snatched?

359
00:23:29,307 --> 00:23:31,976
I am told it is snatched.
You are correct.

360
00:23:32,110 --> 00:23:34,945
- Slang, $2,000.
- Finishing the category...

361
00:23:39,785 --> 00:23:41,318
- Kelly.
- What is yeet?

362
00:23:41,453 --> 00:23:45,122
- To yeet. $2,000 more for you.
- Lesser-known Names, $800.

363
00:23:45,257 --> 00:23:46,857
In the 1850s,

364
00:23:46,992 --> 00:23:50,227
a horse named Ethan Allen
raced in tandem with a partner,

365
00:23:50,362 --> 00:23:52,830
giving us this term for
a vice presidential candidate.

366
00:23:52,964 --> 00:23:54,865
Emmett.
What is a running mate?

367
00:23:55,000 --> 00:23:57,635
- That's right.
- Names, $1,200.

368
00:24:06,812 --> 00:24:08,179
- Kelly.
- What is the Supreme Court?

369
00:24:08,313 --> 00:24:11,282
- That is correct.
- Lesser-known Names, $1,600.

370
00:24:19,758 --> 00:24:20,858
[beep]

371
00:24:20,992 --> 00:24:23,027
That's the Mongol
or Yuan Dynasty. Kelly.

372
00:24:23,161 --> 00:24:24,995
Lesser-known, $2,000.

373
00:24:25,130 --> 00:24:28,799
1,900 years before Prince Henry
had this nickname,

374
00:24:28,934 --> 00:24:31,869
Carthage's Hanno got it
for sailing to Morocco

375
00:24:32,003 --> 00:24:33,270
and maybe down to Cameroon.

376
00:24:33,405 --> 00:24:35,506
Kelly.
What is a navigator?

377
00:24:35,640 --> 00:24:39,176
- A navigator. That's right.
- Before & After People, $400.

378
00:24:43,949 --> 00:24:46,016
Emmett.
What is
Jennifer Lawrence of Arabia?

379
00:24:46,151 --> 00:24:47,585
That's correct.

380
00:24:47,719 --> 00:24:50,154
Before & After, $800.

381
00:24:54,960 --> 00:24:57,027
- Juliana.
- Who is James Dean Martin?

382
00:24:57,162 --> 00:24:59,296
- Yes.
- $1,200, please.

383
00:25:04,102 --> 00:25:05,903
- Emmett.
- Who is Boy George Scott?

384
00:25:06,037 --> 00:25:07,004
George C. Scott.
That's correct.

385
00:25:07,139 --> 00:25:08,472
Boy George C. Scott.

386
00:25:08,607 --> 00:25:10,508
I'm trying to imagine what he
would look like right now.

387
00:25:10,642 --> 00:25:13,077
Before & After, $1,600.

388
00:25:19,484 --> 00:25:20,451
[beep]

389
00:25:20,585 --> 00:25:22,019
You're either not
a fan of the NBA

390
00:25:22,154 --> 00:25:23,187
or musicals or both.

391
00:25:23,321 --> 00:25:24,755
That would be
Kawhi Leonard Bernstein.

392
00:25:24,890 --> 00:25:27,825
And the final clue
in Before & After People...

393
00:25:35,367 --> 00:25:36,567
[beep]

394
00:25:36,701 --> 00:25:40,437
That mixed-up musician
would be Brian Wilson Pickett.

395
00:25:40,572 --> 00:25:42,273
All right. At the end
of the Double Jeopardy! round,

396
00:25:42,407 --> 00:25:45,309
Kelly's in the lead,
but only $4,400 ahead of Emmett.

397
00:25:45,443 --> 00:25:47,244
And Juliana's still alive.
Could slip in there.

398
00:25:47,379 --> 00:25:49,880
Let's see what the category is
for Final Jeopardy! today--

399
00:25:50,015 --> 00:25:52,183
American Government. All right.

400
00:25:52,317 --> 00:25:54,351
We'll be back with the clue
after this.

401
00:25:55,086 --> 00:25:56,820
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00:25:56,822 --> 00:25:58,422
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403
00:25:58,424 --> 00:26:02,793
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404
00:26:02,795 --> 00:26:04,295
And get back to your rhythm.

405
00:26:06,331 --> 00:26:08,766
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406
00:26:10,068 --> 00:26:11,569
So, you're 45.

407
00:26:11,571 --> 00:26:13,837
That's the perfect age
to see some old friends,

408
00:26:13,839 --> 00:26:15,039
explore new worlds,

409
00:26:15,041 --> 00:26:17,541
and to start screening
for colon cancer. Yep.

410
00:26:17,543 --> 00:26:19,777
With colon cancer rising
in adults under 50,

411
00:26:19,779 --> 00:26:21,512
the American Cancer
Society recommends

412
00:26:21,514 --> 00:26:24,014
starting to screen earlier,
at age 45.

413
00:26:24,016 --> 00:26:26,450
I'm Cologuard, a noninvasive
way to screen at home,

414
00:26:26,452 --> 00:26:27,451
on your schedule.

415
00:26:27,453 --> 00:26:29,386
And I find 92%
of colon cancers.

416
00:26:29,388 --> 00:26:33,090
I'm for people 45+ at
average risk for colon cancer,

417
00:26:33,092 --> 00:26:34,358
not high risk.

418
00:26:34,360 --> 00:26:36,694
False positive and negative
results may occur.

419
00:26:36,696 --> 00:26:39,230
Ask your provider
if Cologuard is right for you.

420
00:27:54,906 --> 00:27:58,676
<i> In the special-interest swam,</i>
<i> Amanda Adkins fits right in.</i>

421
00:27:58,710 --> 00:28:01,612
<i> Adkins was a top advisor</i>
<i> to Governor Brownback,</i>
False positive and negative
results may occur.

422
00:28:01,646 --> 00:28:03,247
<i> then a corporate lobbyist.</i>

423
00:28:03,281 --> 00:28:06,350
<i> Adkins fought for Brownback's</i>
<i> massive tax giveaways</i>

424
00:28:06,384 --> 00:28:08,218
<i> that devastated our schools</i>

425
00:28:08,253 --> 00:28:11,622
<i> and took $100,000</i>
<i> from the oil-and-gas industry</i>

426
00:28:11,656 --> 00:28:14,858
<i> and opposed an American</i>
<i> clean-energy investment plan</i>

427
00:28:14,893 --> 00:28:17,561
<i> to make us less dependent</i>
<i> on Big Oil.</i>

428
00:28:17,595 --> 00:28:21,432
<i> Amanda Adkins is for them,</i>
<i> not us.</i>

429
00:28:21,466 --> 00:28:22,933
<i> LCV Victory Fund</i>
<i> is responsible</i>

430
00:28:22,967 --> 00:28:24,301
<i> for the content</i>
<i> of this advertising.</i>

431
00:28:40,618 --> 00:28:42,786
>> I'm Christel Bell. Coming
up tonight at 4, the trial

432
00:28:42,788 --> 00:28:43,821
up tonight at 4, the trial
continues for the 84 year-old

433
00:28:43,823 --> 00:28:46,023
continues for the 84 year-old
man accused of gunning down an

434
00:28:46,025 --> 00:28:47,057
man accused of gunning down an
attorney outside his Brookside

435
00:28:47,059 --> 00:28:47,958
attorney outside his Brookside
home. The defense attorney

436
00:28:47,960 --> 00:28:49,626
home. The defense attorney
claims their client has

437
00:28:49,628 --> 00:28:52,796
claims their client has
cognitive problems, but the

438
00:28:52,798 --> 00:28:54,231
cognitive problems, but the
judge disagreed. It's just

439
00:28:54,233 --> 00:28:54,631
judge disagreed. It's just

440
00:28:55,834 --> 00:28:57,401
judge disagreed. It's just
American Government
is the category

441
00:28:57,535 --> 00:28:59,269
our players will be facing
in Final Jeopardy!

442
00:28:59,404 --> 00:29:00,771
Let's show them the clue...

443
00:29:09,914 --> 00:29:11,281
30 seconds. Good luck.

444
00:29:11,416 --> 00:29:27,364
♪♪♪

445
00:29:41,880 --> 00:29:43,947
We'll start with Juliana Marmon.

446
00:29:44,082 --> 00:29:45,582
Your response was?

447
00:29:45,717 --> 00:29:47,885
"What are
the Federalist Papers?"

448
00:29:48,019 --> 00:29:49,853
No. That's a good guess,
but it's not correct.

449
00:29:49,988 --> 00:29:52,589
It'll cost you not a penny.
You stay at $3,400.

450
00:29:52,724 --> 00:29:55,359
Emmett Stanton, our champion,
was in second place.

451
00:29:55,493 --> 00:29:59,062
He wrote down..."What is
the State of the Union Address?"

452
00:29:59,197 --> 00:30:00,531
Yes.

453
00:30:00,665 --> 00:30:03,033
President Washington's first
annual address to Congress.

454
00:30:03,168 --> 00:30:05,335
What will that do to his score?
Hello. Big wager.

455
00:30:05,470 --> 00:30:06,870
Taking you to $30,800.

456
00:30:07,005 --> 00:30:09,139
You have the lead
for the moment.

457
00:30:09,274 --> 00:30:12,142
Kelly Shannon-Henderson
had the lead coming into Final.

458
00:30:12,277 --> 00:30:14,311
"What is an Inaugural Address?"

459
00:30:14,446 --> 00:30:16,947
No. Washington gave that
a little earlier.

460
00:30:17,081 --> 00:30:20,484
So you will lose $11,001.
You'll finish in second place

461
00:30:20,618 --> 00:30:23,554
to Emmett Stanton
who is now a three-day champion

462
00:30:23,688 --> 00:30:27,191
with $72,600.
[applause]

463
00:30:27,325 --> 00:30:29,293
Another win
for the comeback kid.

464
00:30:29,427 --> 00:30:30,861
Thanks for joining us today
on "Jeopardy!"

465
00:30:30,995 --> 00:30:31,962
We'll see you tomorrow.

466
00:30:32,096 --> 00:30:35,966
♪♪♪

467
00:30:36,100 --> 00:30:39,136
Captioned by
Los Angeles Distribution
and Broadcasting, Inc.

468
00:31:56,748 --> 00:31:57,915
Twins.

469
00:31:57,949 --> 00:31:59,917
You know 'em when you see 'em.

470
00:32:00,118 --> 00:32:03,220
And in Kansas, these
twins are identical:

471
00:32:03,222 --> 00:32:05,255
Sam Brownback and Derek Schmidt.

472
00:32:05,257 --> 00:32:08,258
When Brownback
cut millions from our schools,

473
00:32:08,260 --> 00:32:09,760
Schmidt defended him in court.

474
00:32:09,827 --> 00:32:12,796
When Brownback ran up
massive budget deficits,

475
00:32:12,798 --> 00:32:14,498
Schmidt stood by his side.

476
00:32:14,632 --> 00:32:18,101
And when Brownback refused
funding for rural hospitals,

477
00:32:18,236 --> 00:32:20,170
Schmidt agreed.

478
00:32:20,271 --> 00:32:22,172
You can't tell
these twins apart,

479
00:32:22,174 --> 00:32:23,674
but you can tell Schmidt

480
00:32:23,741 --> 00:32:35,953
to stop supporting
Brownback's policies.

481
00:32:36,154 --> 00:32:45,062
>> From the station that's
working for you.

482
00:32:45,064 --> 00:32:45,963
working for you.
>> It's pumpkin season, an

483
00:32:45,965 --> 00:32:47,631
>> It's pumpkin season, an
opportunity to roam the fields

484
00:32:47,633 --> 00:32:49,199
opportunity to roam the fields
in your favorite fall sweater.

485
00:32:49,201 --> 00:32:51,868
in your favorite fall sweater.
there's only one problem with

486
00:32:51,870 --> 00:32:53,003
there's only one problem with
that. Summer isn't letting go

487
00:32:53,005 --> 00:32:54,004
that. Summer isn't letting go
without a fight. Welcome to

488
00:32:54,006 --> 00:32:56,473
without a fight. Welcome to
FOX Sports News Inforum

489
00:32:56,475 --> 00:32:57,708
FOX Sports News Inforum
Christel Bell. I'm Lauren

490
00:32:57,710 --> 00:32:59,810
Christel Bell. I'm Lauren
Halifax. It just as crazy. No

491
00:32:59,812 --> 00:33:01,778
Halifax. It just as crazy. No
short sleeves for us every

492
00:33:01,780 --> 00:33:02,446
short sleeves for us every
long sleeves. Talk

493
00:33:02,448 --> 00:33:03,447
long sleeves. Talk
meteorologist jewelry is here

494
00:33:03,449 --> 00:33:04,982
meteorologist jewelry is here
now with more break a record

495
00:33:04,984 --> 00:33:07,818
now with more break a record
tonight. All Broke that record

496
00:33:07,820 --> 00:33:11,455
tonight. All Broke that record
4. 1 o'clock this That's just

497
00:33:11,457 --> 00:33:12,556
4. 1 o'clock this That's just
3rd straight day, either tying

498
00:33:12,558 --> 00:33:13,590
3rd straight day, either tying
or breaking a record. We broke

499
00:33:13,592 --> 00:33:15,525
or breaking a record. We broke
the record yesterday.

500
00:33:15,527 --> 00:33:16,526
the record yesterday.
>> Broke the record for today.

501
00:33:16,528 --> 00:33:17,995
>> Broke the record for today.
At least 99 degrees. Now we

502
00:33:17,997 --> 00:33:20,263
At least 99 degrees. Now we
may have hit 100

503
00:33:20,265 --> 00:33:21,965
may have hit 100
>> in between hours, but at

504
00:33:21,967 --> 00:33:23,333
>> in between hours, but at
least so far we've been at 99

505
00:33:23,335 --> 00:33:25,369
least so far we've been at 99
for the last couple of hours.

506
00:33:25,371 --> 00:33:27,170
for the last couple of hours.
But big changes coming here.

507
00:33:27,172 --> 00:33:31,375
But big changes coming here.
We are 99 at about 750 miles

508
00:33:31,377 --> 00:33:33,410
We are 99 at about 750 miles
away from Kansas City.

509
00:33:33,412 --> 00:33:34,378
away from Kansas City.
Temperatures are struggling to

510
00:33:34,380 --> 00:33:36,346
Temperatures are struggling to
get tough. 16 degrees. This is

511
00:33:36,348 --> 00:33:37,547
get tough. 16 degrees. This is
the cooler air mass that's

512
00:33:37,549 --> 00:33:39,650
the cooler air mass that's
going to start to move in

513
00:33:39,652 --> 00:33:40,884
going to start to move in
during the course of the day

514
00:33:40,886 --> 00:33:42,452
during the course of the day
for tomorrow. Still a warm day

515
00:33:42,454 --> 00:33:44,588
for tomorrow. Still a warm day
tomorrow, but we will see a

516
00:33:44,590 --> 00:33:46,490
tomorrow, but we will see a
change in the weather tomorrow

517
00:33:46,492 --> 00:33:47,391
change in the weather tomorrow
afternoon. Out there. Now

518
00:33:47,393 --> 00:33:48,191
afternoon. Out there. Now
skies are mostly sunny.

519
00:33:48,193 --> 00:33:49,393
skies are mostly sunny.
They're going to stay

520
00:33:49,395 --> 00:33:50,193
They're going to stay
generally clear for the

521
00:33:50,195 --> 00:33:52,129
generally clear for the
remainder of tonight. Again,

522
00:33:52,131 --> 00:33:53,063
remainder of tonight. Again,
upper 90's around the area.

523
00:33:53,065 --> 00:33:55,732
upper 90's around the area.
It's just phenomenal right now

524
00:33:55,734 --> 00:33:56,667
It's just phenomenal right now
up towards Liberty, Franklin

525
00:33:56,669 --> 00:33:58,535
up towards Liberty, Franklin
Elementary at 100 or kill of

526
00:33:58,537 --> 00:34:00,303
Elementary at 100 or kill of
entry at 100 degrees as well.

527
00:34:00,305 --> 00:34:03,940
entry at 100 degrees as well.
There has been a breeze. The

528
00:34:03,942 --> 00:34:05,242
There has been a breeze. The
air is relatively dry. So the

529
00:34:05,244 --> 00:34:07,177
air is relatively dry. So the
humidity levels really aren't

530
00:34:07,179 --> 00:34:08,145
humidity levels really aren't
terrible hole. So it should be

531
00:34:08,147 --> 00:34:09,946
terrible hole. So it should be
soon as the sun starts to go

532
00:34:09,948 --> 00:34:11,882
soon as the sun starts to go
down and OK evening to be out

533
00:34:11,884 --> 00:34:12,716
down and OK evening to be out
and about it will still be

534
00:34:12,718 --> 00:34:14,484
and about it will still be
warm. Don't get me wrong.

535
00:34:14,486 --> 00:34:15,485
warm. Don't get me wrong.
Temperatures this evening will

536
00:34:15,487 --> 00:34:16,920
Temperatures this evening will
drop from near 90 for first

537
00:34:16,922 --> 00:34:20,157
drop from near 90 for first
pitch down to around 80 by the

538
00:34:20,159 --> 00:34:20,991
pitch down to around 80 by the
9th inning tonight. So if

539
00:34:20,993 --> 00:34:21,858
9th inning tonight. So if
you're heading out to the

540
00:34:21,860 --> 00:34:23,527
you're heading out to the
ballgame. It will feel like

541
00:34:23,529 --> 00:34:35,405
ballgame. It will feel like
summer. That is for sure.

542
00:34:35,407 --> 00:34:37,374
summer. That is for sure.
>> Is Davy incompetent to

543
00:34:37,376 --> 00:34:39,476
>> Is Davy incompetent to
stand trial. His lawyers spent

544
00:34:39,478 --> 00:34:40,310
stand trial. His lawyers spent
the day saying they don't

545
00:34:40,312 --> 00:34:43,613
the day saying they don't
believe so after more than 2

546
00:34:43,615 --> 00:34:45,215
believe so after more than 2
day break in the trial of the

547
00:34:45,217 --> 00:34:46,083
day break in the trial of the
millionaire accused of

548
00:34:46,085 --> 00:34:47,551
millionaire accused of
murdering a Brookside

549
00:34:47,553 --> 00:34:48,418
murdering a Brookside
attorney. We found out why

550
00:34:48,420 --> 00:34:50,253
attorney. We found out why
court has been postponed. FOX

551
00:34:50,255 --> 00:34:51,521
court has been postponed. FOX
Four's Jackson live outside

552
00:34:51,523 --> 00:34:53,056
Four's Jackson live outside
the Jackson County Courthouse.

553
00:34:53,058 --> 00:34:59,262
the Jackson County Courthouse.
>> With more on this trial.

554
00:34:59,264 --> 00:35:00,530
>> With more on this trial.
>> Yeah, good evening, Chris.

555
00:35:00,532 --> 00:35:01,965
>> Yeah, good evening, Chris.
Still the short answer is yes,

556
00:35:01,967 --> 00:35:02,966
Still the short answer is yes,
he's competent to stand trial,

557
00:35:02,968 --> 00:35:04,167
he's competent to stand trial,
but it took us nearly 2 hours

558
00:35:04,169 --> 00:35:08,038
but it took us nearly 2 hours
to get to that conclusion. And

559
00:35:08,040 --> 00:35:08,939
to get to that conclusion. And
we found out over the last 4

560
00:35:08,941 --> 00:35:10,240
we found out over the last 4
or 5 days, why would has been

561
00:35:10,242 --> 00:35:12,342
or 5 days, why would has been
going on behind the scenes

562
00:35:12,344 --> 00:35:13,076
going on behind the scenes
that have kept these

563
00:35:13,078 --> 00:35:15,112
that have kept these
proceedings from going

564
00:35:15,114 --> 00:35:17,147
proceedings from going
forward. This all started last

565
00:35:17,149 --> 00:35:18,782
forward. This all started last
Thursday after the state

566
00:35:18,784 --> 00:35:19,783
Thursday after the state
rested its case. David Younger

567
00:35:19,785 --> 00:35:21,384
rested its case. David Younger
man had a possible COVID

568
00:35:21,386 --> 00:35:23,420
man had a possible COVID
exposure followed by

569
00:35:23,422 --> 00:35:24,321
exposure followed by
conversations with his

570
00:35:24,323 --> 00:35:26,456
conversations with his
attorneys in which they argued

571
00:35:26,458 --> 00:35:27,557
attorneys in which they argued
that younger men was for

572
00:35:27,559 --> 00:35:28,625
that younger men was for
getting their names among

573
00:35:28,627 --> 00:35:30,761
getting their names among
other things following the

574
00:35:30,763 --> 00:35:31,728
other things following the
exposure, younger refused to

575
00:35:31,730 --> 00:35:33,563
exposure, younger refused to
take a COVID test and said,

576
00:35:33,565 --> 00:35:34,498
take a COVID test and said,
quote, This may speed things

577
00:35:34,500 --> 00:35:36,833
quote, This may speed things
up with my in the days that

578
00:35:36,835 --> 00:35:37,801
up with my in the days that
followed the defendant had 5

579
00:35:37,803 --> 00:35:40,470
followed the defendant had 5
separate cognitive tests done,

580
00:35:40,472 --> 00:35:42,372
separate cognitive tests done,
including a trip to Saint

581
00:35:42,374 --> 00:35:43,974
including a trip to Saint
Luke's. In the end, he was

582
00:35:43,976 --> 00:35:45,408
Luke's. In the end, he was
released by the hospital

583
00:35:45,410 --> 00:35:48,378
released by the hospital
cleared as competent by the

584
00:35:48,380 --> 00:35:49,312
cleared as competent by the
state's doctor. The defense

585
00:35:49,314 --> 00:35:50,280
state's doctor. The defense
experts said he needed further

586
00:35:50,282 --> 00:35:51,181
experts said he needed further
tested, but in the end, the

587
00:35:51,183 --> 00:35:55,252
tested, but in the end, the
judge said. He denies that

588
00:35:55,254 --> 00:35:59,322
judge said. He denies that
request
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Coryat: $33,400

39 R (2 DDs), 4 W (No guess for Sofia)

FJ: :( Said census, then changed to veto. Really had no good ideas on this.

LT: basilisk, tower, parody
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opusthepenguin wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:19 pm
Anachronism wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:09 pm My wife said Jesus Lizard as well. I didn't know they existed (or Basilisk Lizards), but it seems right to me. If they want to claim that's not "classic mythology," I would be inclined to disagree, though some might agree with negging it for that reason.
Not "classic", "classical". That's Greco-Roman. Jesus is not a character in classical mythology. Straight miss.
OK. I don't think I have an argument.
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Hey, Andy: did you like their Heteronyms category any better than mine? :lol: Tough boards for me tonight, but managed to puzzle out FJ.
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58 R (Didn't get Khawi Leonard or Wilson Pickett.)
DD: 3/3
FJ: :mrgreen:
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There was, however, a brand of iceberg lettuce called Titanic. And this is all I can find of it's existence:
https://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments ... tasteless/
However I know it was sold in stores too; 90s easy. I wore out the Nat Geo Titanic VHS and even at 9 knew how hilarious that branding was.

negbait, (n): This Down Under capital bears the name of an English dukedom

Anyone else catch themselves before 'pastoral' thinking 'wait, maybe idyll...?'

Another inaugural address here...didn't feel right, but thinking was getting hard.
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