Show #5506 - Monday, July 14, 2008

Contestants

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Peter Winkler, an editor from Washington, D.C.

Randall Eng, a composer from New York, New York

Carolyn D'Aquila, a graduate student originally from Derry, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

POPULAR SCIENCE BEST OF 2007
(Alex: The magazine, of course.)
CANADIAN SONGBIRDS
GAME TIME
"HOLY" CATEGORY!
JAPAN'S NEXT TOP MODEL
(Alex: You have to name the automaker for us.)
HAVE YOU DRIVEN A FJORD LATELY?
    $200 16
One day soon we may go even greener with fuel made from these green goopy simple aquatic organisms
    $200 21
In December 2007 this chanteuse gave her last performance of the Vegas spectacular "A New Day"
    $200 6
The weapons in this board game are a rope, a lead pipe, a knife, a wrench, a candlestick & a revolver
    $200 1
This element of Christianity's Trinity is also called the Paraclete
    $200 11
The MX-5
    $200 25
Have some fjun at the Roskilde Fjord, about 20 miles west of this Danish capital
    $400 17
NASA is studying the possibility of a manned mission to one of these hurtling objects; it could help with deflection plans
    $400 22
This singer from Halifax, Nova Scotia had hits with "Adia" & "Sweet Surrender"
    $400 7
If you're cornered in Kamchatka, end this board game by bumping your opponent's armies off the board
    $400 2
This object, of course, is what all the endlessly silly questing in "Spamalot" is about
    $400 12
The Sienna
    $400 27
The name says it all--Fiordland is this Kiwi country's largest national park
    $600 18
Inventions of the Year included a special glove to help a person perform this life-saving procedure correctly
    $600 23
She must be a Keith Jackson fan, as she titled one of her albums "Whoa, Nelly!"
    $600 8
If your opponent asks for the "3s" that you don't have in your hand, tell him this, the name of the game
    $600 3
Hebdomada Major in Latin, it runs from Palm Sunday to Easter
    $600 13
The Ridgeline
    $600 28
Kenai Fjords, which became a national park in 1980, lies in the south-central part of this U.S. state
    $800 19
Some neurological disorders are being treated with elec. impulses in a procedure called DBS, or deep brain this
    $800 24
She put her initials on duets of "Crying" with Roy Orbison & "What A Wonderful World" with Tony Bennett
    $800 9
It's also called "table soccer" & "that game in bars where you spin the rods"
    $800 4
The stoup in a Catholic church contains this liquid
    $800 14
The Murano
    $800 29
Fjords have high walls; the walls of these, a term used mostly in Scotland, can be low
    $1000 20
No. 1 on the bottom-10 list of the worst jobs in science was this type of diver who swims in sewage & toxic waste
    $1000 26
Leslie is the first name of this "1234" singer who was a dancer at the 1988 Calgary Olympics
    $1000 10
Used to foretell the future, this game gets its name from the French & German words for "yes"
    $1000 5
In 1756 Voltaire opined that this political entity did not reflect the 3 parts of its name
    $1000 15
The Grand Vitara
    DD: $3,000 30
Between this country's Snaefells & Reykja Peninsulas, Faxa Bay has 2 eastern arms: the Hval & Borgar Fjords

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

Carolyn Randall Peter
$5,000 $4,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Randall Peter
$8,400 $8,400 $1,400
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