Show #5337 - Tuesday, November 20, 2007


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Diane Sager, a college professor from Raytown, Missouri

Court Hayes, a bookstore manager from Neenah, Wisconsin

Julián Altschul, a math and science tutor from Jackson Heights, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
Until 1972 it was Ceylon
    $200 2
Hedera Helix is the English variety of this climbing plant
    $200 5
This sequel began weaving it worldwide web in Tokyo April 16, 2007
    $200 19
From 1902 to 1938 Sigmund Freud was psyched working as a professor at the University of this European Capital
    $200 1
Hooterville was the locale of this Eva Gabor sitcom
    $200 24
Much of the 95 pounds of tomatoes every American eats each year comes as sauces, salsa & this condiment
    $400 11
It was Siam until 1939
    $400 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a simple cell diagram on the monitor.) As opposed to the dizygotic type of twins, where 2 eggs develop into 2 genetically different cells, in the monozygotic, or this type, the genetics are exactly the same
    $400 6
(Kelly of the Clue Crew exits the theater doors at Radio City Music Hall, New York.) Among movies that have premiered at Radio City Music Hall is "To Kill a Mockingbird", with an Oscar-winning performance by this man who was once an usher here
    $400 20
In 1905 Freud broke ground & shocked the world with "Three Essays on the Theory of" this
    $400 17
He was never president, but he is the little green man on the front of the U.S. $100 bill
    $400 25
In 1893 the Supreme Court weighed in on an old controversy by declaring that tomatoes are these
    $600 12
It was Persia until 1935; in 1949 the government permitted both names
    $600 4
Roger that, Houston--the rocket engines have reached this point of firing to life
    $600 7
On Sept. 16, 1953 "The Robe" & this
w i d e s c r e e n
process debuted at NYC's Roxy theatre
    $600 21
The one great question Freud said he could not answer was "What does" one of these "want?"
    $600 18
This international environmental group was formed in 1971 to oppose the U.S. testing nuclear devices in Alaska
    $600 26
An average tomato provides about 35 calories & about 40% of the RDA of this vitamin
    $800 13
It was the Khmer Republic from 1970 until 1975
    $800 8
It's a list of places to be visited on a journey
    $800 15
In 2006 the queen attended the world premiere of this James Bond film but skipped the premiere of "The Queen"
    $800 29
Freud used this "mythological" term to describe a boy's envy of his father & love of his mother
    $800 22
The Maghreb is a fertine green region of Africa separated from the rest of the continent by this 3-mil.-sq.-mi. area
    $800 27
Tomatoes were squashed to make some of the punching sound effects for this 1980 Robert De Niro movie
    $1000 14
Until 1975 it was the Malagasy Republic
    $1000 9
The male of this wild goat of the alps has backward-curving horns that may be as long as it is tall
    DD: $2,000 16
The premiere of Cecil B. DeMille's "Union Pacific" was a 3-day costume spectacle in this city where the U.P. railroad began
    $1000 30
In the language of this "sleepy" 1899 Freud work, a wish can be fulfilled by an imaginary wish fulfillment
    $1000 23
This pitted fruit of the Olea europaea tree lends its name to a shade of green
    $1000 28
This meaty type of tomato can be red or green; both types are seen here

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

Julián Court Diane
-$400 $2,600 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julián Court Diane
$2,000 $2,000 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
When the British approached, the Concord Militia didn't know about the skirmish at this place earlier that day
    $400 9
This "Peanuts" character got a sister named Sally in 1959
    $400 14
The coat of arms of this company founded in 1670 & active in Canada displays 4 furry beavers
    $400 21
Noah's Ark survived the flood in Genesis; she's the "Maid of Orleans"
    $400 22
It was "Good-Bye" to this title teacher in a 1934 James Hilton novel
    $400 1
A yelp from a "great white" fish
    $800 7
WWI sales of "Liberty" these, whose posters showed the statue, raised more than $15 billion
    $800 10
"Weirdo" would be another name for this Dan Piraro comic that began as a replacement for "The Far Side"
    $800 15
Of 1, 5 or 15, the rough maximum number of minutes a beaver can hold its breath underwater
    $800 25
Herman Wouk gave us the WWII-set "Winds of War"; Rat & Mole hole up with Mr. Badger in this 1908 book
    $800 2
Confederate general's apian drones
    $1200 8
You didn't want to make the mistake of following the South instead of the North Platte on this pioneer trail
    $1200 11
The TV show seen here is based on this edgy Aaron McGruder comic strip
    $1200 16
This 5-letter beaver home seen here may have separate entrances & a carpeted floor--hopefully, no elks
    $1200 28
The "Oresteia" is a trilogy by Aeschylus; this is a Swedish glass factory
    $1200 3
Domestic structure for a nit
    DD: $1,500 19
The U.S. supplied materiel to its allies during WWII through this 1941 Congressional act
    $1600 12
In Bob Thaves' comic, Frank bums around with this guy
    $1600 17
Beavers have 6 of these on their heads (in 2 sets of 3); 1 is transparent & helps in swimming underwater
    $1600 27
William Dean Howells wrote "The Rise of Silas Lapham"; this actor was "MacGyver" on '80s TV
    $1600 26
"The Prime" of this female teacher in an Edinburgh school plays out in a 1961 Muriel Spark work
    DD: $2,400 4
A boll weevil curled up like a baby
    $2000 20
Now sounding oxymoronic, these alliterative Republicans were the party's anti-slavery wing in its early years
    $2000 13
Creator Jim Unger joked that the syndication of this panel in East Germany brought down the Berlin Wall
    $2000 18
Natural enemies of the beaver include bobcats, coyotes & this "glutton" associated with Michigan
    $2000 24
Taco Bell is a fast food franchise; this composer's "Canon in D" is popular at weddings
    $2000 23
Amory Blaine, a student at Princeton, is the protagonist of this first novel published by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    $2000 5
A woolly quadruped's slow movement low to the ground

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julián Court Diane
$5,600 $3,200 $13,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

According to the Census Bureau, at 15.2% & 10.8%, they are the 2 leading national ancestries of Americans

Final scores:

Julián Court Diane
$4,799 $0 $16,199
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,199

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julián Court Diane
$5,600 $5,200 $16,200
13 R,
3 W
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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Game tape date: 2007-08-14
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