Show #5062 - Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Sara Terrell game 2.


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Allison Otto, a lawyer from Arlington, Virginia

Jack Martin, a civil engineer from Medford, Massachusetts

Sara Terrell, a veterinary technician from Collinsville, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You will have to find the misspelled word in each clue.)
    $200 1
"And it came to pass at the end of forty days, that" he "opened the window of the ark which he had made"
    $200 6
Brando prefers anonymity in "Last Tango in ___"
    $200 11
was the youngest man to be elected president
    $200 16
An absence of leisure may leave you feeling like you live in the Artic
    $200 21
Peanut butter plus bread plus bananas all grilled up is a feast fit for a king--this King who died in 1977
    $200 26
It's the U.S. federal holiday celebrated in September
    $400 2
Paul wrote to Timothy, "Drink no longer water, but use a little" this "for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities"
    $400 7
Renee Zellweger & Catherine Zeta-Jones get away with murder in "___"
    $400 12
celebrated his 80th birthday October 1, 2004
    $400 17
Wearing weird jewelry is no gaurantee of ecstasy
    $400 22
This crafty term can be a tiled decorative image or, as an adjective, describe a biblical lawgiver
    $400 27
On Sept. 30, 1888 this madman claimed his third & fourth victims, Elizabeth Stride & Catherine Eddowes
    $600 3
These 3 friends of Daniel were bound & "cast into the midst of the burning fiery furnace"
    $600 8
Check out Rob Lowe at "The Hotel ___ ___"
    $600 13
was the first Republican president
    $600 18
On occasion, it may be neccessary to be grateful
    $600 23
Here's the capper--those who make hats get this name from a city in Italy
    $600 28
This future prez' plane was shot down near the Japanese-held island of Chichi Jima September 2, 1944
    $800 4
As this first Christian martyr was being martyred, he prayed, "Lord, lay not this sin to their charge"
    $800 9
Don Cheadle managed "Hotel ___"
    DD: $1,800 14
has a foreign capital named for him
    $800 19
Quite frankly, his knowledge of the cemetary was mediocre
    $800 24
To make a diamond, apply a lot of pressure to this element--a lot of pressure!
    $800 29
After 72 years on the throne, he finally died on September 1, 1715 in Versailles, France
    $1000 5
When the Virgin Mary arrived, John the Baptist "leaped in" this woman's "womb"
    $1000 10
Jeff Daniels steps out of "The Purple Rose of ___"
    $1000 15
as the sheriff of the Erie County Jail in Buffalo, sprang the trap to hang 2 criminals
    $1000 20
The turn of the millenium was a humorous odyssey
    $1000 25
You'll need a big square with 81 little squares to make this Japanese-named logic puzzle; next come the numbers
    $1000 30
This British officer was captured in late September 1780 trying to return to New York City

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

Sara Jack Allison
$2,000 $3,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Jack Allison
$3,800 $8,200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

'60s NO. 1 HITS
(Alex: Each correct response will end in "U-E.")
(Alex: We want you to name the genus in...)
(Sarah: The history, mystery, and glamour of the world's most famous train.)
    $400 1
"Cardinal of the Kremlin",
"Without Remorse",
"Rainbow Six"
    $400 5
This 1965 No. 1 hit by The Byrds is based on a Bible passage
    $400 2
From the Greek for "ten words", it's another name for the 10 Commandments
    $400 12
The russet potato is also called this, after the state that leads in production
    $400 17
The pomelo & the grapefruit
    $400 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands in a dining car.) I'm aboard the historic Orient Express; in 1883 its first trip from Paris to this Ottoman capital included a ferry ride
    DD: $3,000 22
"The Matarese Countdown",
"The Osterman Weekend",
"The Icarus Agenda"
    $800 6
Completes the title of Steam's hit song "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him..."
    $800 3
To keep a secret means holding this part of the body
    $800 13
This Italian word can refer to a veal escalope or a meat dish whose sauce includes lemon juice & parsley
    $800 18
Barbaro, Seattle Slew or the zebra
    $800 29
(Jimmy stands at the bar, wearing a dapper tuxedo & drinking a martini.) This movie finds James Bond, who has stolen a Soviet decoding device, returning West aboard the Orient Express with the lovely Tatiana
    $1200 23
"The Cottage",
"The Kiss",
"The Promise"
    $1200 7
"Rock Me Gently" singer Andy Kim co-wrote this "sweet" No. 1 hit by The Archies
    $1200 4
It's a smooth, uninterrupted transition from one thing to another; & speaking of transitions...
    $1200 14
This dish is a filet of beef that's been covered with pate de foie gras or duxelles, wrapped in a pastry & baked
    $1200 19
The coyote is in genus Canis; the ocelot is in this one
    $1200 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew relaxes in a dining car.) To prepare for a visit from this last tsar, the French president had 7 new train cars created to show true French elegance
    $1600 26
"The Key to Rebecca",
"The Man from St. Petersburg",
"Lie Down with Lions"
    $1600 8
These mischievous guys had "Young" in their name on "Good Lovin'" but not on "People Got To Be Free"
    $1600 10
It's the primate pictured here, & we're not monkeying around
    $1600 15
This type of country-cured ham is named for a town in Virginia
    $1600 20
The snowshoe hare & the jackrabbit; there was a movie "Night of the" it
    $1600 25
(Jimmy walks down a hallway before disappearing into thin air.) You wouldn't think someone could disappear on a train, but it happens in this 1938 film set aboard the Orient Express
    $2000 27
"Daddy's Little Girl",
"Where Are the Children?",
"We'll Meet Again"
    $2000 9
At Christmas 1965 this group received a present--"Over And Over" became its first & only No. 1 U.S. hit
    DD: $2,000 11
Originating in the Caribbean, it's a popular ballroom dance characterized by a limping step
    $2000 16
Appropriately, the thumb-size baby long white potato has this "digital" name
    $2000 21
Greek god genus of the bonobo & the chimpanzee
    $2000 30
(Jimmy walks through yet another dining car.) In 1918 an Orient Express dining car was used for the surrender of the Germans to the Allies; Hitler used the same exact car for the French surrender to the Germans in this year

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Jack Allison
$7,600 $13,400 $4,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Just prior to her death in 1536, she told Sir William Kingston, "I have a little neck"

Final scores:

Sara Jack Allison
$15,200 $11,599 $7,700
2-day champion: $33,199 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Jack Allison
$10,600 $12,400 $4,400
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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Game tape date: 2006-08-03
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