Show #5265 - Friday, June 29, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 4.


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Roy Arias, a building inspector from Rancho Cucamonga, California

Colleen Shaddox, a writer from Hamden, Connecticut

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 3-day cash winnings total $79,702)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And the correct responses will be real sports teams.)
    $200 11
Excavations of this ancient city began in 1748; it was buried under 20 feet of volcanic debris
    $200 6
The University of Massachusetts Minutemen
    $200 1
In 1915 Jacinto Benavente wrote a play called "The Smile Of" her, originally a Renaissance art masterpiece
    $200 24
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Taylor Grocery here in Mississippi fries catfish in oil made from this legume, widely grown in the South; it can be heated to high temperatures without smoking
    $200 18
When completed in 1965, the 648-foot Daley Center was this city's tallest building; more than 20 are now higher
    $200 16
This disease was once known as consumption
    $400 12
Districts in this country include Braga, Viana do Castelo & Lisboa
    $400 7
The Oklahoma State University Cowboys
    $400 2
Simonetta Vespucci, the model for his "Birth of Venus", is a character in "Michelangelo's Models"
    $400 25
Ryan Newman won a NASCAR catfish cookoff with a recipe named for this alcoholic batter
    $400 21
The world's tallest skyscraper (not tower) is this country's Taipei 101, which stands 1,670 feet high
    $400 17
Canneries of this are the largest private-sector employers in American Samoa
    $600 13
It's bounded by Bolivia, Brazil & Argentina
    $600 8
The St. Peter's College Peacocks
    $600 3
Images of this artist's work appear in the play written by & starring Leonard Nimoy as Theo
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue as she makes catfish at the Taylor Grocery in Mississippi.) One key ingredient in a good catfish fry coating is this sauce, developed in India but named for the English city where it was first bottled
    $600 23
2 of the 10 tallest buildings in New York City are named for this real estate tycoon
    $600 19
Leviticus 5:7 suggests these as an offering; they also make a good second-day-of-Christmas gift
    $800 14
We are marching to the former capital of Transvaal, this city north of Johannesburg
    $800 9
The Northland College LumberJacks
    $800 4
"Belle Epoque" features this artist painting Parisian nightlife, can-cans & women drunk on absinthe
    $800 29
Farm-raised catfish get fed at the surface, so they aren't these, also a term for human scavengers or opportunists
    $800 26
This San Francisco building's largest floor is the fifth, at 21,025 square feet; its smallest is the 48th, at 2,025 sq. feet
    $800 20
The word "tulip" goes back to a word for this headwear seen on Muslims
    $1000 15
In 1975 Murdoch University opened in this state capital of Western Australia
    $1000 10
The Central Missouri State Mules
    $1000 5
The play "Sunday in the Park with George" sprang from this Frenchman's masterpiece
    $1000 30
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Taylor Grocery in Mississippi.) Get your catfish fried, or try this other method that cooks the fish on a skillet & was popularized by Paul Prudhomme
    DD: $1,200 27
The service elevators in this St. Louis edifice rise at an angle of 78 degrees
    $1000 22
(Mark Hamill reads the clue.) The scenes filmed on Luke's home planet, Tatooine, were actually filmed in this African "T" country

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

Cathy Colleen Roy
$5,000 $2,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Colleen Roy
$9,800 $4,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the "U" in quotation marks. There will be two "U"s in each correct response.)
(Alex: The common thread.)
    $400 1
In a 1978 attack on the new Narita Airport serving this capital, protesters broke into & trashed its control tower
    $400 11
A college in Cambridge, Mass. was named for this man after he left it half his fortune & a 400-book library
    $400 16
Castle Rock in this novel is the fort where Jack bases his tribe; the conch is later shattered there
    $400 21
Thermos bottles use this for insulation between their inner & outer walls
    $400 26
Also called the second cranial nerves, you need them to read this clue
    $400 6
The acoustic album called "MTV" this "in New York" earned a Grammy for Nirvana
    $800 2
Attacks in 2003 claimed by the Earth Liberation Front on L.A. area auto dealers destroyed 20 of these vehicles
    $800 12
He developed the first successful steel plow, & his company found tractors to be a fertile market
    DD: $5,000 17
At the end of a 1719 novel, this title character sells his Brazilian plantation, marries & visits his old island
    $800 22
A synonym for "homicidal"
    $800 27
The tingling sensation that arises when the ulnar nerve is struck gives a point on the arm this name
    $800 7
Best New Artist winners include John Legend, Maroon 5 & this jazzy singer of "Don't Know Why"
    $1200 3
18 years of deadly rage & action towards universities & airlines earned Ted Kaczynski this moniker
    DD: $3,200 13
As the U.S. Constitution was vague, this V.P. decided to name himself President instead of calling for an election
    $1200 18
The Duke of Milan is marooned in this play that was inspired by the 1609 wreck of an English ship off Bermuda
    $1200 23
It's the practice of lending money at a high interest rate
    $1200 28
This basic unit of life is often tiny, but the nerve type in a giraffe can be 9 feet long
    $1200 8
In 2006 U2 won Album of the Year for "How to Dismantle" one of these
    $1600 4
In a 1980 antiwar protest, these priest brothers, Daniel & Philip, attacked missile warheads at a G.E. plant
    $1600 14
The American Library Association awards a medal named for this children's book publisher
    $1600 19
This title inhabitant of Asteroid B-612 happens upon a pilot stranded in the desert
    $1600 24
Type of structure named for a 353 B.C. monument built by Queen Artemisia to honor her dead husband
    $1600 29
The first cranial nerve, also called this sensory nerve, ends in the nasal cavity
    $1600 9
Grammy voters were fixated with this one-named Colombian hottie who won for "Fijacion Oral Vol. 1"
    $2000 5
The name of these English 19th century destroyers of textile equipment can now mean any anti-technologists
    $2000 15
This 3-named American artist was known for portraits of socially prominent people, like the women seen here
    $2000 20
Karana survives an earthquake, a tidal wave & 18 years alone on an island in this children's story
    $2000 25
A small, cone-shaped structure at the back of the soft palate
    $2000 30
Sometimes confused with rheumatism, this pain is named for the longest nerve in the body
    $2000 10
Rage Against the Machine won for a song called this kind of "Radio" (the soldier, not the animal)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Colleen Roy
$19,400 $4,800 $13,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Columbus sighted this volcanic island in 1493 & gave it a name meaning "saw-toothed mountain"

Final scores:

Cathy Colleen Roy
$11,599 $4,800 $9,601
4-day champion: $91,301 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cathy Colleen Roy
$19,200 $9,800 $16,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $45,800

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Game tape date: 2007-03-07
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