Show #5262 - Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 1.


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Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware

Brian Lamb, a teacher from Bakersfield, California

Matt Corcoran, an administrative assistant from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,950)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
It "rocks" as New Hampshire's nickname
    $200 22
In vintage psychology talk, anxiety is a type of neurosis; schizophrenia is a type of this -osis
    $200 10
A.A. Milne used this name, his own son's, as a character in his Pooh stories
    $200 4
"One man's meat is..."
    $200 9
On 9/20/01 GM introduced its "Keep America Rolling" program, charging this percentage on car loans
    $200 1
One critic dubbed his film "The Passion of the Christ" "Ecce Slo-Mo"
    $400 12
Until around 1680, New Hampshire was officially a part of this colony
    $400 23
When I snap my fingers, you will awake & name this; Ericksonian is one type
    $400 18
Marvelous marsupial mama to Roo in the Pooh stories
    $400 5
"Early to bed and early to rise makes a man..."
    $400 27
In 1953 the U.S. Secy. of this said he used to think that what was good for the U.S. was good for GM & vice versa
    $400 2
As a teen, she fell in love with her mom's co-star Don Johnson; they got together & broke up several times
    $600 13
In April 1963 Gov. John King signed the bill allowing one of these games in the state
    $600 24
This type of "episode" is the more talkative phase in bipolar disorder
    $600 19
One of Milne's early successes was the collection of light verse titled "When We Were Very" this
    $600 6
"Don't throw the baby out..."
    DD: $2,000 28
This early 1900s racer who gave his name to a major GM division was born in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland
    $600 3
This left-handed cartoonist drew his character Bart Simpson as a lefty too
    $800 14
Though it recently fell down, this rock formation is on the back of New Hampshire's state quarter
    $800 25
Tremens is one type of this confused state
    $800 20
A.A. Milne was a regular contributor to this British humor magazine founded in 1841
    $800 7
"If you're not part of the solution..."
    $800 29
Powered by your car's battery, this system from GM lets you summon emergency help
    $800 16
Burning Spear named a classic reggae song for this black nationalist leader of 1920s America
    $1000 15
So far, this 14th president is our only chief executive to hail from New Hampshire
    $1000 26
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew displays a symbol.) Curves represent the waking & dream states, & the dot is the metaphysical/ transcendental state in this Sanskrit syllable
    $1000 21
Milne attended Westminster School in London & this college at Cambridge with a "3-pronged" name
    $1000 8
"Hell hath no fury like a ..."
    $1000 30
Around 1910 "Standard of the World" was the slogan of this luxurious GM make
    $1000 17
He's the graphic design legend who created the Bob Dylan poster seen here

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

Matt Brian Cathy
$1,400 $3,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Brian Cathy
$4,000 $4,200 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Formed in 1921, it now has about 70 million members
    $400 9
This former partner of Ike was banned for being too sexy
    $400 3
Artemisia Gentileschi was paid 3 times the going rate to paint this ceiling painter's family home
    $400 1
Nickname of I. Lewis Libby, who grew up to be VP Cheney's powerful chief of staff
    $400 21
Rotund Cosby-voiced cartoon character who penned works like "The Plague" & "The Stranger"
    $400 16
Atomic number 20
    $800 27
This beer is the top-selling branded consumer exported from China
    $800 10
This "Another Brick In The Wall" band was blacklisted for "distortion of Soviet foreign policy"
    $800 5
This president became fascinated with artist Maria Cosway in Paris while serving as minister to France
    $800 2
This "grouchy" librettist won a 1950 Pulitzer for his work on "South Pacific"
    $800 22
"Daniel" warbler whose "Essay Concerning Human Understanding" helped spur the Enlightenment
    $800 17
Ointment of zinc & ferric oxide used for inflammations of the skin
    $1200 28
You can buy artifacts from this Chinese dynasty that ruled from 960 to 1279 for a--well, itself
    $1200 11
Perhaps for wanting to be "In The Navy", this disco group was banned for being too violent
    $1200 6
Given government approval to cross-dress, Rosa Bonheur was the first woman given this French award
    $1200 4
The first player in the National League to be MVP 2 years in a row, he's known as "Mr. Cub"
    $1200 23
Current African-American Supreme Court Justice who enlightened his fellow Brits with a "Leviathan" of a book in 1651
    $1200 18
From the Latin for "destruction", it's a state of deep distress or misfortune
    $1600 29
Chinese company Lenovo now markets the Thinkpad, having bought this co.'s personal computing division
    $1600 12
I wonder if banning this "dark" group for "religious obscurantism" made them "paranoid"
    DD: $2,000 7
She learned the art of wax modeling from her uncle & served as art tutor at Versailles before moving to London
    $1600 14
22nd & 24th POTUS
    $1600 24
Pirate flag that symbolizes a 13th c. English scholar who was jailed when his talk of science was deemed heretical
    $1600 19
Fabric named for a city in India
    $2000 30
In the 1920s, geologist A. William Grabau gave this name to a fossil found near Zhoukoudian, China
    $2000 13
Songs like "Psycho Killer" might be what got this band axed for spreading myths about the Soviet military
    $2000 8
Paintings by Guillemine Benoist & other female artists were misidentified as by this French male neoclassicist
    DD: $7,600 15
This patron saint of Mediterranean sailors lent his name to a phenomenon seen during storms
    $2000 25
Not a "Bewitched" daughter, the MTV news reporter who wowed 'em in Denmark with the existential "Fear and Trembling"
    $2000 20
Ancient Roman name for the region of Scotland

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Brian Cathy
$10,400 $19,000 $22,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Parts of this 1961 rock & roll movie were filmed on location in Oahu & Kauai

Final scores:

Matt Brian Cathy
$10,400 $38,000 $38,001
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $38,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Brian Cathy
$10,400 $13,400 $24,000
13 R,
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $47,800

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Game tape date: 2007-03-07
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