Show #5170 - Friday, February 16, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament final game 2.


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David Walter, a senior from Wilmington, Delaware (subtotal of $14,200)

Ben Schenkel, a junior from Allentown, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $40,000)

Stephen Fritz, a sophomore from Lexington, Kentucky (subtotal of $5,463)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the show for us.)
    $200 1
The ski resorts Alta & Snowbird are within 30 miles of this capital of Utah
    $200 6
Randy, Paula,
Simon, Ryan &
seemingly half of the country
    $200 11
One astronomical unit is about 93 million miles, the average distance between Earth & this
    $200 21
1903's "The Old Guitarist" is a classic painting from this Spaniard's "Blue Period"
    $200 26
A bundle on a stick used for cleaning floors, or a similar-looking mass of hair
    $200 16
It's what we typically call a dog of mixed or unknown breed, or one that's just plain scruffy
    $400 2
Oregon's major cities, including this state capital, lie in the fertile Willamette Valley
    $400 7
Milhouse Van Houten,
Edna Krabappel,
Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon
    $400 12
Dixie designates its 7-this cup a "Quick Drink" & its 16-this cup a "Big Thirst"
    $400 22
He began "The Adoration of the Magi" in 1481; the chick with the weird smile came later
    $400 27
Holystone, which may get its name from being used while kneeling, was used to clean these "floors" of ships
    $400 17
Pucker up with the Sour ones of these, seen here
    $600 3
Tell your mama, tell your pa, I'm gonna send you back to this state, maybe to Pine Bluff
    $600 8
Luke Danes;
Lorelai & Rory
(their last name would kinda give the clue away)
    $600 13
Number of half-inches in a yard
    $600 23
In 1889, he painted the self-portrait seen here; notice the bandaged ear
    $600 28
In a common appliance, a suction fan creates this, which outside air tries to fill, drawing in dirt
    $600 18
He's the lonely old woodcarver who fashioned himself a whittle boy named Pinocchio
    $800 4
A conservatory of music in Boston is named for this 6-state region
    $800 9
Summer Roberts,
Taylor Townsend,
Seth Cohen
    $800 14
If you're "as thick as a" standard one of these, you could be 3 3/4" in depth, 2 1/4" in height & 8" in length
    $800 24
This Wyoming-born painter was famed for the radical "drip" technique he used to create his major works
    $800 29
It can mean to polish something to a shine, or be an adjective for a guy who lifts a lot of weights
    $800 19
It's a person who eats way too much or has a great capacity for something; you may be one for punishment
    DD: $1,000 5
In Pennsylvania, 2 rivers meet to form this third one that shares its name with a state
    $1000 10
Dr. Cristina Yang,
Dr. George O'Malley,
Dr. Miranda Bailey
    $1000 15
This unit of length used more in Europe than the U.S. is about 39.37 inches
    $1000 25
Seen here is a detail from one of the most famous religious paintings by this man
    $1000 30
This name of doctors' green suits comes from the cleaning action usually done while wearing them
    $1000 20
With his large head, flat nose & short square body, this leader of the Huns was hardly a hunk

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

Stephen Ben David
$1,600 $1,600 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben David
$2,400 $4,000 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the automaker.)
____ & ____
    $400 30
E.B. White spun this tale about a spider & a pig
    $400 29
You'll learn poses & hopefully find some peace with DVDs of this practice, like one "for Inflexible People"
    $400 1
The Shan-Yang one of these waterways was built in China as early as the 300s B.C.
    $400 25
    $400 6
2 for the price of one: caves full of these leathery-winged mammals often contain cockroaches, too
    $400 27
The only railroad on the traditional Monopoly board that fits this category
    $800 19
In this Edgar Allan Poe poem, the title bird's favorite word is "nevermore"
    $800 28
There's a "lost historical film" on the woolly mammoth on the animated DVD this time period: "The Meltdown"
    $800 2
The Zapotec Empire in what is now this country developed one of the first written texts in Middle America
    $800 24
    $800 7
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Macy's Parade Warehouse in Hoboken, New Jersey.) The Macy's Parade balloons are inflated with a mix of air & this gas; they used to be released after the parade but that was stopped for safety reasons
    $800 26
It's a tingling sensation caused by numbness; anticipating your response, we're on...
    DD: $6,000 18
Dickens divided this book into staves instead of chapters; Stave IV is called "The Last of the Spirits"
    $1200 11
You can catch their act on "Zoo TV Live From Sydney" & "Vertigo 2005 Live From Chicago"
    $1200 3
During this Carthaginian's crossing of the Alps in 218 B.C., he lost at least 10,000 men & most of his elephants
    $1200 15
    $1200 9
The "coconut" type of this crustacean uses its big pincers to open coconuts, its principal food
    $1200 20
In Matthew, Jesus said God would be harder on cities rejecting the Gospel than he was on these 2 wicked cities
    $1600 16
If you're in the "hobbit" of reading his books, try his non-hobbit tale "Farmer Giles Of Ham"
    $1600 12
The complete collection of this Jennifer Garner TV show comes in a Ramabaldi artifact box
    $1600 4
In the 700s B.C., the Kingdom of Kush conquered this neighbor to the north, establishing its 25th dynasty
    $1600 14
    $1600 8
From the Greek for "dissection", this science deals with the structure of the human body
    DD: $5,000 21
Covert operations are sometimes referred to as this pair: one a piece of clothing, the other, a weapon
    $2000 17
In "Little Women", this youngest of the 4 sisters is "a most important person, in her own opinion at least"
    $2000 13
"Lord of the Beans" is one of the videos in this series that uses edible items to teach spiritual values
    $2000 5
The first palace at Knossos on this Mediterranean island was built around 2000 B.C.
    $2000 23
    $2000 10
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew explains a diagram shown on a screen.) Many people are concerned about the long-term consequences of this effect that traps energy from the sun
    $2000 22
An equivalent for Hell's punishment; the second part is a synonym for sulfur

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben David
$10,000 $1,400 $23,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Fittingly, the name of this Titan may be derived from a word meaning "to bear" or "to support"

Final scores:

Stephen Ben David
$19,997 $2,800 $28,700

Cumulative scores:

Stephen Ben David
$25,460 $42,800 $42,900
2nd runner-up: $25,460 1st runner-up: $42,800 Tournament champion: $75,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Ben David
$10,000 $12,400 $24,400
13 R,
0 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
27 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $46,800

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Game tape date: 2007-01-05
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