Show #5107 - Tuesday, November 21, 2006

2006 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 10.
From Radio City Music Hall in New York City.


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Hill Harper, an actor from CSI: NY

Hon. Margaret Spellings, a U.S. Secretary of Education from Washington, D.C.

Michael McKean, an actor, writer, and director from This is Spinal Tap, A Mighty Wind, and The Pajama Game

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Third in line to the British throne, he came into the world September 15, 1984
    $200 1
The Korean War lasted 3 years, but this TV show set in the Korean War lasted 11
    $200 11
The ancient monument known as Stonehenge is found in this country
    $200 13
You gotta break some eggs to make this item; in 1994, 160,000 were used to make a 1,383-square-foot one
    $200 18
We might recite these jokes whose second line is always "Who's there?"
    $200 22
This type of screw head has two partial slots crossed at right angles
    $400 7
The 1987 book "And the Band Played On" alerted many Americans to this disease
    $400 2
Chuck Barris created & hosted this show, a sort of talent-free show
    $400 12
The "henge" part of the word Stonehenge is a term meaning an ancient monument arranged in this shape
    $400 14
At Marshall Field's in 2002, life was like a 3,226-pound box of this
    $400 23
"Here lies Lester Moore / Four slugs from a .44 / No Les, no more" is a marker at this cemetery in Tombstone, Az.
    $600 8
On April 29, 1994 this man was elected president of South Africa in that country's first interracial national election
    $600 3
The Fonz told people to "Sit on it!" on this show that debuted in 1974
    $600 19
One legend says that this magician who helped King Arthur used his powers to build Stonehenge
    $600 15
Run as fast as you can, you can't catch this treat; one made in 2003 was 13' 11" in height
    $600 24
On January 10, 1982 the temperature in Chicago was -26 degrees F.; this made it feel like -81 degrees F.
    $800 9
The U.S. launched Operation Desert Shield soon after Iraq's August 2, 1990 invasion of this country
    $800 4
Tom Selleck appeared as rival detective Lance White on this show that starred James Garner
    $800 20
Today some archaeologists believe that Stonehenge was used to track & observe these 2 heavenly bodies
    $800 16
Yes, we have one bunch of these, 473 individual ones in a bunch grown in Spain in 2001
    $800 25
Informally, if something is worth virtually nothing at all, it "doesn't amount to" this 3-word food term
    $1000 10
In 1999, this 6-year-old Cuban refugee was the subject of a custody battle
    $1000 5
The theme song to this sitcom said, "Well we're moving on up, to the east side"
    $1000 21
During the summer solstice, modern-day people who act like these Celtic priests hold cermonies at Stonehenge
    $1000 17
In 1993 chefs from Glasgow's Hilton & others used 80 ox stomachs to make the largest this on record--668 lbs.! Och aye!
    DD: $2,800 26
A great Greek warrior, or a tendon attached to the heel

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Michael Margaret Hill
$5,800 -$400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Margaret Hill
$13,600 $2,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the film, players.)
    $400 1
In geography, you should know that this South American river has the world's largest drainage system
    $400 9
In Italian, to wish someone "buona fortuna" is to wish them this
    $400 4
"Maximus Decimus Meridius... father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife, and I will have my vengeance"
    $400 16
A member of this comedy team, Harpo was a virtuoso on the harp & played it in some of their movies
    $400 21
Call this company, VZ, if you want to hear me now
    $400 26
Einstein published the special theory of this in 1905; the general theory of it was announced in 1915
    $800 2
Learn the basics of chemistry, like this chemical formula for water
    $800 10
It's the rhyming way you'd say "please" to your Spanish-speaking friend
    $800 5
"Now... bring me that horizon. 'And really bad eggs.' Drink up me hearties yo ho"
    $800 17
Of 7, 47 or 147, the number of strings on a modern pedal harp
    $800 22
Some people said presidential hopeful John Kerry was in bed with this company, HNZ
    $800 27
Rockets produce 7 million pounds of thrust during takeoff of this vehicle, the space transportation system
    $1200 3
Civics class taught you the Declaration of Independence lists these 3 "unalienable rights"
    DD: $2,000 11
As a sign of respect, this word used as a suffix after a Japanese name should never be used after your own
    $1200 6
"I remember every detail. The Germans wore gray, you wore blue"
    $1200 18
The harp is a national symbol of this European country & also the name of a popular beer from that country
    $1200 23
This company, XOM, is mobile because they're full of gas
    $1200 28
This branch of physics focuses on radioactivity; this type of family has a mother, father & children
    $1600 12
Get some Latin under your belt, like amo, amas & this third-person singular form of "to love"
    $1600 14
Seen here is this word that you should have down cold before visiting Russia, where you'll be downing it cold
    $1600 7
"I tell you things, you tell me things, not about this case, though, about yourself. Quid pro quo... yes or no, Clarice?"
    $1600 19
If you have a drafty house, you can play the Aeolian harp; its strings are sounded not by hands but this
    DD: $2,000 24
This company, TWX, likes initials such as AOL, HBO & TBS
    $1600 29
As you know, Dr., the frontal this in the brain is key to emotion & reason; stay away from the one on the ear this time
    $2000 13
God willing, you'll learn enough about religion to know this word defined as belief in a single god
    $2000 15
"Magandang umaga", Tagalog for "good morning", would come in handiest in this world capital
    $2000 8
"I know that you & Frank were planning to disconnect me, & that's something I cannot allow to happen"
    $2000 20
In the Bible, this ancient Hebrew king & psalmist played a harp called a kinnor
    $2000 25
This food company, MCD, gobbled up Boston Market & Chipotle Mexican Grill

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Margaret Hill
$30,400 $9,600 $6,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Among the many movies that have premiered here at Radio City Music Hall was this 1962 film based on a novel by Harper Lee

Final scores:

Michael Margaret Hill
$38,800 $11,100 $6,800
Winner: $50,000 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the International Myeloma Foundation 2nd place: $25,000 to ProLiteracy Worldwide 3rd place: $25,000 to MANifest Your Destiny Foundation

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Margaret Hill
$28,600 $8,400 $6,800
33 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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Game tape date: 2006-10-08
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