Show #5111 - Monday, November 27, 2006

Jeff Spoeri game 6.


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Mary Voigt, a factory worker from Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Ryan Friedman, a GIS planner from Londonderry, New Hampshire

Jeff Spoeri, a university administrator from Boynton Beach, Florida (whose 5-day cash winnings total $104,103)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
During peacetime, one of these may not be quartered in your house without your consent
    $200 8
Ma Li Hua went 303,621 for 303,628 single-handedly setting up & toppling these
    $200 3
A buffalo roams on this state's flag
    $200 2
Bogs of this carbonized vegetation useful as fuel are found in much of Europe, including Estonia
    $200 30
WWII types of these included the German Panther & Tiger, the Soviet T-34 & the U.S. Sherman
    $200 11
This Beatles producer started out making comedy records with Peter Sellers
    $400 4
An amendment becomes law when 3/4 of these approve it
    $400 9
For a Valentine's Day special, in 2001 a N.J. couple did this for 30 hours, 59 minutes & 27 seconds; we're G-rated, folks
    $400 10
Scary movie in which young Danny says, "Redrum. Redrum. Redrum"
    $400 18
On Sept. 17, 1991 fighting continued in Croatia as a ceasefire was signed, & Estonia joined this organization
    $400 29
Pineapple-shaped with a delay of about 4 seconds, the British Mills type of this was used in both World Wars
    $400 12
After being replaced by Ringo Starr in 1962, this man got a job in a bakery & then became a civil servant
    DD: $1,000 5
Article I, Section 3 states that this person shall preside when a president is tried under articles of impeachment
    $600 19
The largest of these party faves was 34 ft., 10 in. high & 13 ft., 10 in. in diameter & yes, you can beat that with a stick!
    $600 13
Stones with handles on them are used in this game played on ice
    $600 22
The burning of a papal bull in 1520 was a key moment in this movement that reached Estonia 3 years later
    $600 25
This heavy 19th century sheath knife was named for a Texas frontiersman killed at the Alamo
    $600 16
In "Backbeat" Stephen Dorff played this alliterative bassist who died of a cerebral hemorrhage in 1962
    $800 6
The last right enumerated in the Sixth Amendment provides the accused with the assistance of this
    $800 20
Appropriate 10 letter nickname of David Smith Sr. shown here; he has travelled a record 185 ft., 10 in.
    $800 14
This British coin was withdrawn from circulation in 1961
    $800 23
Many conservatives call for the U.S. to adopt this; Estonia has it, set at 23%
    $800 28
If attacked, use this petrified tear gas spray, then the same-named armor-breaking weapon
    $800 17
This manager who died in 1967 was referred to as the "Fifth Beatle"
    $1000 7
The Constitution is in Jacob Shallus' handwriting, but this "Gouverneur" composed the final draft
    $1000 21
From top to bottom, Ed Shelton ripped 55 of these, each with 1,044 pages, in 3 minutes
    $1000 15
It "Becomes Electra"
    $1000 24
This movement to faithfully depict behavior included George Eliot, Flaubert & Estonian novelist Tammsaare
    $1000 26
It's an explosive mixture of potassium nitrate, charcoal & sulfur
    $1000 27
This keyboardist, who died in 2006, sat in with the Beatles often & also wrote Joe Cocker's hit "You Are So Beautiful"

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

Jeff Ryan Mary
$400 $2,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Ryan Mary
$2,800 $5,200 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the city where each film is mainly set.)
    $400 14
This composer & conductor gave his last performance with the Marines in July 1892 & formed his own band in Sept.
    $400 6
"8 Mile"
    $400 1
Drivers on U.S. 101 can use the Astoria-Megler bridge to cross this river that separates Oregon & Washington
    $400 22
In Spanish this R.L. Stine book series is called "Escalofrios", which means "chills"
    $400 9
Something you do without thinking, because you've always done it, is from this "of habit"
    $800 15
His "Siegfried Idyll", composed in 1870, featured themes from his "Siegfried" opera, which hadn't yet been produced
    $800 8
"Blade Runner"
    $800 2
Paris' first iron bridge, the Pont des Arts, was for these, not cars
    $800 23
This book about "El Escandalo Watergate" is "Todos los Hombres del Presidente"
    $800 10
A building's lobby may get this fancier-sounding synonym if it's done in marble
    $1200 16
"The Clown's Morning Song" by this composer is far less famous than his "Bolero"
    $1200 19
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
    $1200 3
It's not news that the "vecchio" in Florence's Ponte Vecchio just means the bridge is this
    DD: $2,000 28
This Fitzgerald novel is "El Ultimo Magnate"
    $1200 11
It's a mindlessly obedient person, perhaps from (an attendant at someone's) "flank"
    $1200 21
This beetle gets its name from a large Philistine
    $1600 17
"The Age of Anxiety" is one of this composer's storied symphonies, though not a "West Side Story"
    $1600 20
"Pacific Heights"
    $1600 4
The Friendship Bridge links Nong Khai in Thailand to Vientiane in this country
    $1600 26
You might stay up late reading this "Medianoche en el Jardin del Bien y del Mal"
    $1600 12
English words derived from Gaelic include gillie, a guide for this activity
    $1600 25
This desctructive beetle spread into Texas in 1892
    $2000 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew adds to the decor of the Imperial Chapel in Vienna, Austria.) Here in the Imperial Chapel this great song composer was a Vienna Choir Boy until 1812; his parting note said he had "crowed" for the last time
    $2000 7
"The Sixth Sense"
    $2000 5
Japan's Akashi Kaikyo bridge links the island of Awaji to the city of Kobe on this island
    $2000 27
William Faulkner shined this, "Luz de Agosto"
    $2000 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew points out a flow chart.) This type of loop is positive if it reinforces the activity of the system, as in a vicious circle
    DD: $1,000 24
Labor hard & tell us the name of the beetles seen here named for a mythological hero

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Ryan Mary
$3,600 $9,400 $11,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The first name of both a naval hero & a character in "Hamlet", it's from the Latin for "timekeeper"

Final scores:

Jeff Ryan Mary
$0 $11,599 $3,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $11,599 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Ryan Mary
$4,600 $10,400 $10,400
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $25,400

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Game tape date: 2006-09-20
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