Show #5070 - Friday, September 29, 2006


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Jason Scull, a teacher and brewer originally from Vestal, New York

Lynn Schuetter, a retired geologist from Lakewood, Colorado

Ray Sun, a college student from Lebanon, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we'll feature clues from a new Sony Picture Animation film called Open Season.)
    $200 1
A natl. historic site, the Hubbell Trading Post in Arizona on this tribe's land has been in business since 1878
    $200 6
Poppin' Fresh is the real name of this character from Pillsbury
    $200 11
    $200 17
This adjective for an empty lot or uninhabited house also refers to an estate that no heir has claimed
    $200 16
Today animation attracts big-name voices--check out this young star who voiced Elliot the mule deer in "Open Season"
    $200 26
Upon signing his name in 1776 he said, "There, King George will be able to read that without his spectacles"
    $400 2
A Montana park is named for these formations you'll also find in Washington's Olympic & North Cascades Parks
    $400 7
This great spokes-critter seen here debuted in 1952
    $400 12
    $400 18
Going by a common expression, it's mighty close to middlin'
    $400 22
A production one of these was created as one frame in a scene; a limited edition one was created for collectors
    $400 27
As head of the union in 1964, he signed the first nationwide trucking contract in Teamster history
    $600 3
The Wilcox House in Buffalo, N.Y., where he was sworn in as president, is designated a natl. historic site
    $600 8
Geoffrey is this type of spokes-creature for Toys "R" Us
    $600 13
    $600 19
It's used of bizarre behavior or the numbers 37, 59, 83, etc.
    $600 23
Because there's not a lot of live production sound in animation, these, abbreviated SFX, come in handy
    $600 28
To distinguish his Corn Flakes from rival brands, he put his signature on each package, & said these are "the original"
    $800 4
Idaho's Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument has several miles of fossil-bearing cliffs along this river
    $800 9
Chester Cheetah is the cool cat behind these snacks from Frito Lay
    $800 14
    DD: $1,000 20
Its synonyms include level, candid & consecutive
    $800 24
10-letter term for the part of a frame that includes everything except the characters
    $800 29
The statue seen here is the only work of art he ever signed
    $1000 5
1 of 2 North Carolina capes designated a national seashore
    $1000 10
The soft & cozy guy seen here represents this laundry product
    $1000 15
    $1000 21
13 popes have been Innocent; 14 have been this, meaning "merciful"
    $1000 25
Unlike traditional 2-D animation, characters are modeled in 3 dimensions in this type, abbreviated CG
    $1000 30
Although President Wilson signed this in France on June 28, 1919, the Senate refused to approve it

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Ray Lynn Jason
$4,400 $3,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Lynn Jason
$9,400 $4,600 -$1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the country where the fighting mainly takes place.)
    $400 1
The first one of these tombs was built about 2650 B.C. by Imhotep for King Zoser & rose about 200 feet using steps
    $400 6
The literary adaptation "For Whom The Bell Tolls"
    $400 24
(Kelly of the Clue Crew enlightens us as she sits in lotus position.) Energy is said to rise from the base of the spine to the agna chakra, also called the third one of these, like the one that appeared on Lord Shiva
    $400 16
At 6 feet tall & 120 pounds, it looks down on all the other birds except for the ostrich
    $400 21
Hoffmann's character Peter Schlemihl has lost this, like Peter Pan
    $400 11
It's a term for any Buddhist Temple in Thailand or Cambodia, like the Angkor one
    $800 2
The calculations of Hippias of Elis set the start of the first of these 4-year periods at 776 B.C.
    $800 7
1945's "Back To Bataan"
    $800 25
For standing poses like reverse half-shoulder, be grateful that a "sticky" one of these is part of yoga equipment
    $800 17
If a reindeer had come through Ellis Island, its name would have been changed to this
    DD: $2,000 22
A Hoffmann tale title lost the words "and the Mouse King" when it became this Tchaikovsky ballet
    $800 12
It's the molded shell on which lugers ride; riding double, you are nestled like 2 peas in it
    $1200 3
This kingdom of England grew from 2 settlements, one founded around 495 by Cerdic & his son Cynric
    $1200 8
The 2001 film "Enemy at the Gates"
    $1200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is in the yoga studio this time.) When you need a break from one of yoga's pretzel-like poses, you can rest awhile in balasana, this youthful pose
    $1200 18
18th c. Japanese poet Yosa Buson wrote, "I cannot see her tonight / I have to give her up / so I will eat" this
    $1200 23
Murr, who gave us his views on life, was Hoffmann's pet one of these
    $1200 13
An adz is an axlike tool; this other 3-letter tool is used to punch holes in leather or wood
    $1600 4
The north-south & east-west dividing lines of their "Land Of Four Quarters" intersected in Cuzco
    $1600 9
Pork Chop Hill starring Gregory Peck
    DD: $500 27
The 8 elements of ashtanga yoga include pranayama, control of this vital process
    $1600 19
This tropical American Mammal, potus flavus, is known for its long, prehensile tail & is related to the raccoon
    $1600 29
In "The Golden Pot", Anselmus in Dresden is lured to this mythical land some believe was under the sea
    $1600 14
The part of an apron or a pair of overalls that covers the chest
    $2000 5
Bleda co-ruled with this younger brother for 12 years until his brother had him killed in 445
    $2000 10
Clint in "Heartbreak Ridge"
    $2000 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew enlightens us from the yoga studio once again.) Anjali mudra is the hand position associated with this word of greeting & gratitude
    $2000 20
This category could run from the akiapolaau, a Hawaiian bird, to this member of the cattle familhy in India
    $2000 30
Reading "The Devil's Elixir" by Hoffmann helped this Swiss psychiatrist form his "archetypes"
    $2000 15
It's a vessel or duct, like the deferens one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Lynn Jason
$16,600 $15,000 $1,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This city's website calls it "the last divided capital in Europe"

Final scores:

Ray Lynn Jason
$3,199 $10,000 $1,700
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $10,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ray Lynn Jason
$16,600 $14,800 $2,800
26 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2006-08-08
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