Show #5202 - Tuesday, April 3, 2007


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Catherine Allen, a copy editor from DeMotte, Indiana

Brian Robin, a public relations executive from Lancaster, California

Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton, a graduate student originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will have the letter "T" followed at some point by a "V".)
    $200 23
A Polish woman who's survived a concentration camp is the title figure of this William Styron novel set in 1947
    $200 18
The Stokes series of nature books includes a "Beginner's Guide" to these hovering nectar-eating birds
    $200 4
On the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway holds an auto race of this length
    $200 12
As one of these Jim Henson creations, Zoot played the sax in Dr. Teeth's band
    $200 7
In 1814 Carl XIII of Sweden became king of this country to the west as well
    $200 1
Major city served by Ben-Gurion Airport
    $400 24
Don't believe the title: his "Little Dorrit" runs about 900 pages in various paperback editions
    $400 19
Stokes' Law governs how fast a particle drops through a liquid as a consequence of this force
    $400 17
The "E" in an "e-bike" stands for this type of motor it has to aid you in those uphill climbs
    $400 13
This president went to band camp in the Ozarks
    $400 8
Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, a marshal under this emperor, reinvented himself as Swedish King Carl Johan
    $400 2
Originally a pub for travelers, perhaps "on the Green"
    $600 25
Book Four of this French novel is called "Javert Off the Track"
    $600 20
Stokes-Adams Syndrome is fainting caused by disturbance in this organ's rhythm
    $600 29
The Renaissance Center in Detroit is the headquarters of this automaker
    $600 14
This animated kid is voiced by Yeardley Smith, but when she plays sax, you're hearing Terry Harrington
    $600 9
Mid-19th c. Swedish King Carl XV saw power go from the monarch to the Riksdag, this
    $600 3
Head off road in one of these, an ATV
    $800 26
The last line of this epic is "Then there was only the ocean and the sky and the figure of Howard Roark"
    $800 21
Despite his name, this worker in a steam locomotive doesn't douse flames, he stokes them in the boiler
    DD: $1,600 28
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is a part of this U.S. government department
    $800 15
Wynton's older brother, he knows how to blow his own tenor horn
    $800 10
Carl IX deposed his Catholic nephew Sigismund from Sweden's throne & affirmed this as Sweden's national religion
    $800 5
New Deal agency abbreviated TVA
    $1000 27
The title of this 1956 novel about Mayor Frank Skeffington also means the final effort or event of a career
    $1000 22
Once a sheep-raising area, Stokes National Park is in the southwest of this vast country
    $1000 30
The initials "BMW" stand for this region's "Motor Works"
    $1000 16
Born David Jones, this rock legend worked as a saxophonist & a mime before battling Martian spiders
    $1000 11
Later president, Carl Mannerheim commanded this country's army in its brave fight against the Soviets in 1939-40
    $1000 6
Yes, comrade, it means "comrade" in Russian

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Lenzy Brian Catherine
$2,800 $4,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lenzy Brian Catherine
$3,200 $8,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
From the Latin for "according to each part", it's a statement of the equality of ratios, like 4:6 equals 2:3
    $400 18
This Taiwanese director's films include "The Wedding Banquet", "Pushing Hands" & "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"
    $400 8
The boulevard dividing Montreal East from West shares this name with Montreal's river
    $400 13
Auction & contract are 2 types of this game derived from whist
    $400 1
This woman from Georgia is "nuts" for her husband, whom she first dated in college
    $400 6
    $800 23
3! means the product of all the integers from 1 through 3-- so it's this number
    $800 19
The submarine models for this 1981 German film were also used in "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
    $800 9
The area known as Old Montreal is characterized by streets made from these
    $800 14
4 of these "hungry" animals compete to "eat" as fast as possible in a "frantic marble munching game"
    $800 2
One time artistic director of the American Ballet Theater seen here
    $800 7
Alumni, like some fraternity boys
    $1200 28
Not a "perimeter", this means a constant in the equation of a curve that can be varied to produce other curves
    $1200 20
In this 1957 Ingmar Bergman film, a knight back from the Crusades challenges Death to a chess game for his life
    $1200 10
The classic Montreal hot dog bun isn't grilled or toasted but prepared this way, to be nice & wrinkly
    $1200 15
(Kelly of the Clue Crew arranges 5 dice.) In Yahtzee, the sequence I rolled is called this, just like in poker
    $1200 3
This actress & director seen here was the valedictorian at her French-language high school in Los Angeles
    $1200 24
    DD: $1,000 29
(Jon of the Clue Crew demonstrates with a beach ball & a diagram on the monitor.) To find the circumference of a beach ball, use the equation 2 pi r to figure out it's this many inches
    $1600 21
Truffaut provided the story for this 1959 Godard film in which Belmondo plays a hood who kills a cop
    $1600 11
"Carte" is French for map, & this is the French explorer who in 1535 put Mount Royal on the map
    $1600 16
This game is a sort of vertical tic-tac-toe, but with the added twist of needing an extra checker in the row
    $1600 4
He's the "Little Giant" of Illinois seen here
    $1600 26
The verb exeunt
    $2000 30
For the series
1, 3, 5, 17
the median is 4, arrived at this way
    $2000 27
This 1963 Fellini film was the basis for the 1982 Broadway musical "Nine"
    DD: $3,500 12
In 1811 this fur merchant bequeathed his property at the foot of Mount Royal to start a University
    $2000 17
In this "fishy" game, a reverse hide & seek, the "it" hides, & each person who finds him squeezes into the hiding spot
    $2000 5
Known to many a slender fellow, he's the big guy seen here as he looked in those magazine ads
    $2000 25
A military term:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lenzy Brian Catherine
$7,200 $16,500 $12,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1839 Thomas Buchanan, cousin of a U.S. president, became the first governor of this future country

Final scores:

Lenzy Brian Catherine
$2,700 $8,599 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $8,599 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lenzy Brian Catherine
$7,200 $19,200 $13,200
9 R,
0 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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Game tape date: 2007-01-24
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