Show #5154 - Thursday, January 25, 2007


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Kazim Ali, a poet and college professor from the Bronx, New York

Allisson Seiler, a Ph.D. student and mother of twins from Bloomington, Indiana

Su Kim, an accountant from Elgin, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are Britishisms.)
    $200 15
John Lennon appeared on the cover of this publication's premiere issue November 9, 1967
    $200 12
Scrimmage plays start with the snap from the player in this position
    $200 11
A 1974 biography of this photographer is titled "Mr. Lincoln's Camera Man"
    $200 6
It's the part of the skull that encloses the brain
    $200 22
There are no deer or antelope playing on Kansas' state seal, but there is a herd of these
    $200 1
Arrows can be these things that you throw at a game board in a pub or the game itself
    $400 27
In South Africa Dr. Christiaan Barnard performed the world's first one of these surgeries
    $400 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds up a white board.) The two basic types of pass coverage are man-to-man & this, in which defensive players are assigned an area to cover
    $400 13
Matthew Cooper, a reporter for this magazine, was almost jailed for refusing to reveal his source for Plamegate
    $400 7
This photosynthetic pigment absorbs red & blue-violet light & reflects green light
    $400 23
Lord Baltimore is dressed as a knight on this state's seal
    $400 2
A pedestrian crossing marked with stripes is called this, like a stripy animal
    $600 28
In October, in a clash with army troops in Bolivia, this revolutionary leader was killed
    $600 19
This "time" is the number of seconds between the ball being kicked & caught on a kickoff or a punt
    $600 14
In 1951 General Matthew Ridgway replaced this man as U.N. Forces Commander-in-Chief in Korea
    $600 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds up a honeycomb.) Honey, pollen & fertilized eggs are some of the things that may be stored in a honeycomb's compartments, which are called these
    $600 24
Emma Edwards is the only woman to design a state seal; her seal of this state includes the Snake River
    $600 3
What the Brits call a jumper is a pullover one of these to an American
    $800 29
George Papadopoulos became this country's prime minister after seizing control of the government
    $800 20 is a website for fans of this pro football team
    $800 16
His memoir "A Negro Explorer At The North Pole" was published in 1912
    $800 9
In anatomy, it's the outermost layer of an organ, like the renal one
    DD: $1,000 25
Many states include animals on their seals, but this is the only one depicting a real seal
    $800 4
Bangers, usually paired with mash, are these food items
    $1000 21
One of the 2 Dans who were analysts for ABC's "Monday Night Football"
    $1000 17
A successful brewer, Matthew Vassar opened his namesake college for women in 1861 in this N.Y. city
    $1000 10
This coiled part of the inner ear that's concerned with hearing contains the organ of Corti
    $1000 26
The 5 arms on the star on its seal represent the 5 civilized tribes
    $1000 5
Fringe is a British coiffure term for these

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

Su Allisson Kazim
$5,400 $1,200 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Su Allisson Kazim
$5,000 $2,000 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
It shouldn't take "100 Years" to figure out this Colombian wrote "News of a Kidnapping"
    $400 10
The 1925 film "Shakhmatnaya Goryachka" centered on an excited participant in a tournament of this game
    $400 8
This soup may be hard to swallow, especially if the feathers & twigs aren't removed
    $400 19
According to legend, the Arabian is descended from ancestors picked by this Biblical king, son of David
    $400 2
This type of bass is a fisherman's favorite
    $800 5
Her 2003 memoir was titled "My Invented Country: A Nostalgic Journey Through Chile"
    $800 11
Many Russians watch the film "Ironiya Sudby", about a group of old friends, every year on this evening
    $800 9
Smaller & lighter than an egg roll, this appetizer isn't a seasonal favorite; it's enjoyed all year long
    $800 22
By word of mouth, these Nomadic people keep track of Arabian pedigrees; some track back to 2500 B.C.
    $800 3
Have the guts to name this main organ of digestion in the human body
    $1200 16
Born Neftali Reyes, this Nobel-winning Chilean poet penned "Elementary Odes" in 1954
    $1200 12
"Russian Ark" follows a man through 300 years of history as he walks through this city's Hermitage Museum
    $1200 13
This classic dish is known in Chinese as Beijing kao ya
    $1200 25
When the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published these in late 2005, a worldwide crisis developed
    DD: $3,400 23
This racing breed descends from 3 Arabian stallions bred with English mares
    $1200 4
If you want to open your own pub, consider getting a loan from this government agency, the SBA
    $1600 17
Shaw was "GBS"; this Argentine writer of "Ficciones" & "Labyrinths" could've gone by "JLB"
    $1600 20
This man directed the classic Russian films "Alexander Nevsky" & "Ivan the Terrible"
    $1600 14
Spice up your evening with this Szechwan dish made with your choice of meat, peppers, dried chiles & peanuts
    $1600 27
Breaking a long tradition of neutrality, Denmark joined this military alliance in 1949
    $1600 24
The jibbah, a convex shape on the forehead of the Arabian, is often compared to this defensive piece of armor
    $1600 6
Played by Al Franken on both TV & film, he was good enough, smart enough & doggone it, people liked him
    $2000 18
The first novel by "Kiss of the Spider Woman" author Manuel Puig was "Betrayed By" this screen siren
    $2000 21
The 1980 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film went to Vladimir Menshov's "Moscow Does Not Believe In" these
    $2000 15
Traditionally, it's shredded pork stir-fried with eggs, bamboo shoots & other veggies & served in thin pancakes
    DD: $2,000 28
This country gave Denmark the cold shoulder in 1944 by declaring its independence after 564 years of Danish rule
    $2000 26
The Arabian is a smaller breed than most, having 23 of these, unlike the usual 24 for other horses
    $2000 7
A single red triangular pennant tells boaters that this 3-word alert is in effect

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Su Allisson Kazim
$13,400 $4,600 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This name given to a survey refers to the time when men face the judgment from which there is no appeal

Final scores:

Su Allisson Kazim
$11,800 $9,200 $800
2-day champion: $29,500 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Su Allisson Kazim
$13,400 $8,000 $7,600
23 R,
4 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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Game tape date: 2006-11-15
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