Show #5253 - Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Susan Mitchell game 5.


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Jared Cohen, a private equity analyst from Narberth, Pennsylvania

Amber Hodges, a realtor from Roanoke, Virginia

Susan Mitchell, a graduate student from College Station, Texas (whose 4-day cash winnings total $67,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Well, thank you very much!)
    $200 7
Weehawken, site of an 1804 political duel, is in this state's 13th, represented by Albio Sires
    $200 6
Books no longer being published
    $200 1
Original members of this 4-word group included the Flash, Green Lantern & Wonder Woman
    $200 12
Before assuming gigolo status, Deuce Bigalow cleaned these fish tanks
    $200 17
Eric Dane heats things up as "Dr. McSteamy" on this ABC series
    $200 19
Romans were from Mars, Greeks were from this god of war
    $400 27
Barney Frank reps this state's 4th, which includes Newton, Taunton & part of Fall River
    $400 8
In an old proverb, it follows "You cannot make a silk purse..."
    $400 2
In March 1920 the Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles, which would have made the U.S. a member of this
    $400 13
A popular Budweiser ad showed horses on a football field waiting for a replay decision from this animal
    $400 18
(Hi, I'm Brian Stokes Mitchell.) Before starring on Broadway, I spent 7 years playing Dr. "Jackpot" Jackson on this TV medical series, a spin-off of M*A*S*H
    $400 20
He was god of woods & pastures & made a pipe now called by his name
    $600 28
Represented by John Mica, the 7th district in this state is home to St. Augustine, the USA's oldest city
    $600 9
Expenses that your expense account doesn't cover
    DD: $1,000 3
This organization was founded in 1920 by Carrie Chapman Catt as an outgrowth of the women's suffrage movement
    $600 14
First name of the guy seen here
    $600 24
I'd like to see more of this frontier doc known to her patients as "Dr. Mike"
    $600 21
At one time, he was known as a god of shepherds; he worked his way up to god of the sun & prophecy
    $800 29
Charlie Melancon represents Houma, New Iberia & Chalmette for this state's 3rd, y'all
    $800 10
This type of paranormal experience is sometimes referred to as astral projection
    $800 4
This legendary group included Allan Quatermain, Captain Nemo, Dorian Gray & Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde
    $800 15
Lofty nests where eagles live
    $800 25
As Dr. Alan Quartermaine, Stuart Damon has been quartered on this daytime drama since 1977
    $800 22
His realm had 5 rivers: the Acheron, Cocytos, Lethe, Phlegethon & Styx
    $1000 30
Woonsocket & Pawtucket are served by Patrick Kennedy of this state's 1st district
    $1000 11
Robert Redford played hunter Denys Finch Hatton in this 1985 biopic
    $1000 5
This ancient Greek confederation of Sparta & its allies is named for the peninsula where the city-states were located
    $1000 16
Scrolls found in a synagogue
    $1000 26
Dr. Zorba (who might make our next list) advised this hotheaded heartthrob played in the '60s by Vince Edwards
    $1000 23
Talk about a difficult birth--she sprang from Zeus' head, which had been split with an axe

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

Susan Amber Jared
$1,200 $1,600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Amber Jared
$3,200 $1,600 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the show for us.)
    $400 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Dublin, Ireland.) We're at the Jameson Distillery raising a glass to James Joyce on June 16, a date that now has this one-word name
    $400 26
"I don't know how to love him, what to do, how to move him"
    $400 11
1306 to 1329:
Robert the Bruce
    $400 4
This 20th century composer described his "Bolero" as "work for orchestra without music"
    $400 15
Robert E. Lee's nephew Major General Fitzhugh Lee was governor of this state from 1886 to 1890
    $400 1
Chou En-lai reportedly said that "all diplomacy is a continuation of" this "by other means"
    $800 19
A vast Dublin park shares its name with this mythical bird, so in Joyce's work the park is associated with resurrection
    $800 27
"Kiss today goodbye and point me t'ward tomorrow, we did what we had to do"
    $800 12
1523 to 1560:
Gustav I Vasa
    $800 6
His greatest orchestral work, "La Mer", was inspired by artists Claude Monet & J.M.W. Turner
    $800 16
In "Pride and Prejudice", Fitzwilliam is the first name of this aristocratic gent
    $800 2
It's the ritzy name for a salad made of celery, diced apples, nuts & mayonnaise
    $1200 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Dublin, Ireland.) This young hero of "Ulysses" stands in this spot looking over the sea & pondering love's bitter mystery
    DD: $1,000 28
"High flying, adored, that's good to hear but unimportant... local girl makes good weds famous man"
    $1200 13
1886 to 1931:
Alfonso XIII
    $1200 7
Wagner called this "Symphonie Fantastique" composer the "savior of our modern world of absolute music"
    $1200 23
Winning Grammys for Pop Vocal Female for 1958, '59, '60 & '62, she got awards to fill a green & yellow basket
    $1200 3
This London landmark's official name is the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter
    $1600 21
Joyce made the city the setting for this 1914 story collection because it was "the centre of paralysis"
    $1600 29
"525,600 minutes--how do you measure, measure a year?"
    $1600 14
1704 to 1709 & back for round 2 from 1733 to 1734:
Stanislaw I
    $1600 8
In 1876 this composer of "Orpheus in the Underworld" went bankrupt; he toured the U.S. to recoup his losses
    DD: $3,000 24
This freighter that tragically sank in Lake Superior in 1975 was named for a Milwaukee civic leader
    $1600 5
A great gift for the golf enthusiast is a crystal golf ball made by this Irish company
    $2000 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Dublin, Ireland.) Dublin's Liffey River is a vital force in Joyce's work, especially in this late novel whose first word is "Riverrun"
    $2000 30
"The accuracy of the dreams we brothers do not thing we are sure about the dreamer has to go"
    $2000 17
1946 to 1951:
Abdullah I (he cut "Trans" from the country's name mid-reign)
    $2000 9
When this "Danse macabre" composer died on December 16, 1921, France called for a national day of mourning
    $2000 25
In 1897 Bob Fitzsimmons won the world's heavyweight title by knocking out this "Gentleman" in 14 rounds
    $2000 10
Depicted here and often seen in heraldry, it's a two-legged winged dragon with a barbed tail

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Amber Jared
$15,600 $2,400 $15,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The names of these 2 nations, both bordering Tanzania, end with the same 4 letters in the same order

Final scores:

Susan Amber Jared
$900 $2,400 $4,001
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $4,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Amber Jared
$15,200 $2,400 $14,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
5 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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Game tape date: 2007-02-28
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