Show #5323 - Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Paul Glaser game 4.


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Whiton Paine, a restaurant owner from New Orleans, Louisiana

Sarah Kulihin, a student and bookseller from Plainfield, New Jersey

Paul Glaser, a research scientist from Albany, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $88,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It was a mash, it was a...)
    $200 22
1998: This Mideast nation announces it will no longer cooperate with U.N. weapons inspectors
    $200 17
In Haiti & parts of West Africa, it's a corpse brought back to life
    $200 12
Planes & ships have been lost in this mysterious Atlantic region off the coast of Florida since the mid-19th century
    $200 6
This director of "Spider-Man" is presenting a new series for FEARnet--"Devil's Trade"
    $200 7
The branch of medicine concerned with the conditions & diseases of the aged
    $200 1
Halvah, a Middle East treat, is traditionally made from these seeds, ground up, & honey
    $400 23
1926: There's no escape for this magician who dies following a rupture of his appendix
    $400 18
Also known as a lycanthrope, this beastly monster can be killed by a silver bullet or other silver weapon
    $400 13
11 people perished climbing this mountain in 2006, its deadliest season since 15 died in 1996
    $400 27
FEARnet has films like "Burkittsville 7", which continues this groundbreaking 1999 film's premise
    $400 8
Moody movie maven of the 1930s seen here
    $400 2
It's the popular summertime dessert seen here
    $600 24
1846: Heavy snowfall traps this carnivorous "Party" in the Sierra Nevada mountains
    $600 19
In Egypt, it had the body of a lion & head of a man; in Greece it had the head of a woman & wings
    $600 14
At an elevation of 4,000 feet, the glass skywalk that opened in 2007 at this chasm is a scary place for acrophobes
    $600 28
FEARnet sends you "Behind the Scenes" of this HBO series that saw the making of a horror film called "Cleaver"
    $600 9
Theory of economic benefit moving from big business to smaller businesses & the general public
    $600 3
Chocolate, caramel & often pecans go into these candies shaped like & named for a certain reptile
    $800 25
1961: This man's body is removed from Lenin's tomb
    $800 20
Half-man, half-beast son of the Queen of Crete
    $800 15
A website for this Spanish city points out streets where people have died during the Running of the Bulls
    $800 29
"Wishmaster" can now be seen on FEARnet; as you might guess, it concerns one of these magical creatures
    $800 10
One of these can be "red light" or "of Columbia"
    $800 4
"Her" packaged treats include marshmallow pies, nutty bars & chocolate chip "snack cakes"
    $1000 26
1956: The Brits & the French invade Egypt in response to the nationalization of this
    $1000 21
This other word for a vampire may come from the Greek word "nosophoros", or plague-carrier
    $1000 16
Some 30,000 people were killed when Mount Pelee on this French island erupted in 1902
    $1000 30
At the FEARnet store you can buy films for home scaring like this del Toro-directed classic about a demonic "boy"
    $1000 11
Adjective meaning corresponding in size & shape on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
    DD: $1,000 5
Legend says its name goes back to when an Atlantic City candy stand was flooded during high tide

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Paul Sarah Whiton
$1,600 $0 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Sarah Whiton
$9,600 -$400 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are books that take place in a 24-hour span.)
    $400 11
Drill speed is measured in these; Dr. Morrison's in 1871 did about 600, today's turbine-powered ones about 300,000
    $400 6
You can weigh up to 147 pounds in this boxing class between lightweight & middleweight
    $400 16
He said his novels, like "Angels & Demons" deal with a murder, a chase, a ticking clock & a love interest within 24 hours
    $400 26
Born in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, this entrepreneur opened his first namesake "Mart" in 1962
    $400 21
In some countries you may get more for your dollar than the official exchange rate in this "colorful" arena
    $400 1
She became the advertising global spokeswoman for T-Mobile in 2002
    $800 12
The ADA says this is perfectly safe as the basis for amalgam fillings--it combines with other materials to make it stable
    $800 7
In 1967 Memorial Coliseum in this West Coast city hosted the first Super Bowl as Green Bay beat Kansas City 35-10
    $800 20
This author was a prisoner in a labor camp before writing "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich"
    $800 22
The corporate, financial & personal sectors make up this sector of the economy
    $800 2
This Swiss watch company was founded by Louis Brandt in 1848
    $1200 13
Cavities form when bacteria break down sugars, forming this substance that dissolves enamel
    $1200 8
In 2006 the Gov. of Mass. signed a bill making this sport invented there the official sport of the Commonwealth
    $1200 17
This James Joyce novel is written as a parallel to the "Odyssey", except it was set in Dublin on June 16, 1904
    $1200 23
Around 600 B.C. the island of Aegina introduced these items to Greek economic life
    $1200 3
These "waves" of roughly 7-13 Hz are associated with relaxation & creativity in the brain
    $1600 14
Modern lead aprons worn during X-raying have a collar to protect this gland from the radiation
    $1600 9
This TV show debuted April 29, 1961 with Jim McKay as host
    $1600 19
This novelist has Clarissa Dalloway reexamine her life choices in between dealing with last-minute party details
    DD: $4,100 28
Born near Ada, Oklahoma in 1918, he was one of the first evangelists to hold large-scale television revivals
    DD: $8,000 24
This 2-word labor level has been the goal of many; a 1978 Act of Congress named for it actually settles for 96%
    $1600 4
1970s No. 1 hit for Helen Reddy
    $2000 15
From the Latin for "to close", it's the alignment & spacing of your upper & lower teeth when you bite
    $2000 10
Originally from Ukraine, Lenny Krayzelburg won 3 gold medals in Sydney competing for the U.S. in this sport
    $2000 18
This author of "The Berlin Stories" later lived in L.A. & wrote "A Single Man" about a day in L.A.
    $2000 27
Originally from Tulsa, he gained his greatest fame as an adviser to presidents and as a senator from New York
    $2000 25
In 2005 Americans didn't put money away but spent all they earned & more, for the 1st negative rate of this since 1933
    $2000 5
In this type of testing, electronic equipment is subjected to the real world conditions in which it'll be used

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Sarah Whiton
$18,800 -$3,600 $100
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

For 2006, between Oct. 25 & Nov. 1, the Los Angeles SPCA, like many other shelters, banned adoption of these

Final scores:

Paul Sarah Whiton
$800 -$3,600 $0
4-day champion: $89,202 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Sarah Whiton
$18,800 -$3,600 $12,200
29 R,
2 W
3 R,
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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Game tape date: 2007-08-13
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