Show #5091 - Monday, October 30, 2006

Chris Mazurek game 3.


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Susan Turi, a social worker from Woodmere, New York

Monica Sousa, a junior high school teacher from Fremont, California

Chris Mazurek, an assistant professor from Columbia, Missouri (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
These minute blood vessels connect arteries & veins
    $200 9
David Spade joined the cast of this sketch-comedy show in 1990
    $200 21
This eye part is also a Greek rainbow deity
    $200 26
Atahualpa, the last king of these people, was murdered on the orders of Pizarro in 1533
    $200 2
For his "Super Size Me" documentary, Morgan Spurlock gorged himself on 3 meals a day at this chain for 30 days straight
    $200 1
Sibling's son
    $400 12
Bile, which breaks up large molecules of fatty foods, is made by this organ & stored in the gallbladder
    $400 10
In commercials, David got really good at saying this word to customers of a credit card that wasn't Capital One
    $400 22
The title of this Beatty/Hoffman flick refers to a tiny nation, not a Babylonian goddess
    $400 27
Forced to abdicate in 1918, the last German kaiser had this royal name & number
    $400 5
When this big burger debuted at Burger King in 1957, it cost a mere 37 cents
    $400 3
Addictive tobacco stimulant
    $600 13
Funny, but the name of this bone is Latin for "upper arm"
    $600 11
For all 6 years of this sitcom's run, David played the obnoxious & devious Dennis Quimby Finch
    $600 23
On "Star Trek" T'Pol, Sarek & Tuvok are full-blooded members of this race
    $600 28
The last Romanov ruler of Russia, he was shot to death with his family by Bolsheviks
    $600 17
"Think outside the bun" & enjoy the Mexican food from this chain
    $600 4
Elm Street dream
    $800 16
In the Middle Ages, this word referred not only to the finger joints but to the knee as well
    $800 14
David co-starred with this late comedian in "Tommy Boy" & "Black Sheep"
    $800 24
Its atomic number is 80 & one of its uses is in barometers
    $800 29
Losing power in November 1918, Charles I was the last monarch of this hyphenated empire
    $800 19
"Oven toasted tastes better", according to this sandwich chain with more than 3,000 restaurants worldwide
    $800 6
Ornamental recess
    $1000 15
The sticky alkaline mucus on your stomach's wall is there to protect it from this corrosive acid
    $1000 18
David's first big-screen role was in "Citizens on Patrol", the fourth film in this series
    $1000 25
The original requirements for this workhorse plane, the C-130, included carrying 30,000 pounds of troops or gear
    $1000 30
Deposed in 1893, she was the last royal ruler of Hawaii
    $1000 20
The founders of this chain named their famous subs after comparing them to a picture in the dictionary
    DD: $1,000 7
Lump of wisdom or chicken meat

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

Chris Monica Susan
$3,600 $2,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Monica Susan
$7,800 $4,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a scenic fountain in Omaha, NE.) It opened in downtown Omaha in 1917 with 3 lads in juvenile court & 2 homeless newsies; it's now on 900 acres near the city
    $400 3
Billy Bob Thornton for this story of a mentally handicapped man
    $400 1
This Verdi title character is an Ethiopian slave to Pharaoh's daughter
    $400 2
A town & gown struggle at Oxford in the early 1200s led some scholars to leave & found this school
    $400 21
In 1965 Nicholas Katzenbach replaced this man as LBJ's Attorney General
    $400 12
It's the last name of TV's SpongeBob
    $800 27
Founded in 1917, the company Omaha these brings superb marbling to your dinner table
    $800 8
Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor for this trip through wine country
    $800 17
His opera "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg" was inspired by Hans Sachs, who wrote more than 4,200 Meisterlieder
    $800 4
The logo for this Ivy League school is seen here
    $800 22
In 1997 she took over for Warren Christopher as Secretary of State
    $800 13
This type of canoe is propelled with a double-bladed paddle
    $1200 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from in front of an Omaha museum.) In 1865 the first spike of this railroad was driven in Omaha; in 1869 it became part of the transcontinental system
    $1200 9
Joel & Ethan Coen for this tale of Midwestern murder & mayhem
    $1200 18
Heard here in a Gluck opera, this mythological character is lamenting the loss of his beloved
    DD: $1,000 5
Its official address is on Forbes Avenue in Pittsburgh
    $1200 23
From 1904 to 1908 he was Teddy Roosevelt's Secretary of War; in 1909, he became president
    $1200 14
Often served on Passover, this pungent root is (luckily) not made from the animal in its name
    $1600 29
In a museum near the city you can see missiles of the S.A.C., this part of the Air Force that ended with the Cold War
    $1600 10
Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco for this tale of racism in L.A.
    $1600 19
In operas by Massenet & Puccini, it's the given name of Mlle. Lescaut
    $1600 6
Harvey Mudd & Pomona Colleges are part of this California consortium of schools
    $1600 24
In 1959 Christian Herter didn't "make a fool of himself over" this man; he just replaced him as Secretary of State
    $1600 15
This term is used for items made from clay, including bricks as well as pottery
    $2000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from behind the "bamboo curtain" in Lied Jungle.) Omaha's renowned zoo includes the Lied Jungle, one of the world's largest one of these vanishing ecosystems
    $2000 11
Stephen Gaghan for this look at America's war on drugs
    $2000 20
In opera, that "dum-dee-dee-dee-dum" every time the merry carpenter shows up is called one of these
    $2000 7
Along with his wife Sarah, Peter, the founder of this New York "Union" of Art & Architecture, invented Jell-O
    $2000 25
Daniel Roper, Harry Hopkins, Jesse Jones & Henry Wallace were Commerce Secretaries for this president
    DD: $3,000 16
The Flamenco is a rhythmic dance of this region in Southern Spain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Monica Susan
$15,400 $10,400 $21,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only place where 4 countries meet at one point is found on this continent

Final scores:

Chris Monica Susan
$30,798 $11,201 $11,599
3-day champion: $67,798 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Monica Susan
$15,400 $10,400 $20,400
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $46,200

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Game tape date: 2006-09-13
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