Show #5366 - Monday, December 31, 2007

Dan Pawson game 3.


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Leslie "Lefty" Scott, a senior word processing typist originally from Smithfield, Rhode Island

Heather Doyle, a high school English teacher from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,800)

Dan Pawson, a legislative aide from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
It's the capital of Nova Scotia
    $200 7
It's the real last name of Nicolas Cage--& of his famous uncle
    $200 1
Use your digital jukebox software to connect to this No. 1 online music store
    $200 20
One in every 6 known bird species makes its home in this rainforest
    $200 26
In this style of pre-Revolutionary Americans, I like the Southern version with brick exterior & side chimneys
    $200 6
You probably made your first entrance through this "canal"
    $400 16
For over 75 years, a shrimp festival & blessing of the fleet have kicked off shrimping season in this Mississippi city
    $400 10
Destiny Hope Cyrus, Billy Ray's kid & star of TV's "Hannah Montana", now goes by this first name
    $400 2
Names for this keyboard symbol include "cat's tail" in Finnish & "Strudel" in Hebrew
    $400 22
Sputniks 5, 6, 9 & 10 also carried these animals into space, & most were recovered alive
    $400 27
I'll entertain royally with a house in this style named for a 19th c. queen, with its welcoming front porch
    $400 8
A command to your pooch to retrieve something
    $600 17
Famous for temple ruins, this city on the site of Thebes has been called "The World's Greatest Open-Air Museum"
    $600 11
Yes Sir, his real name is Reginald Dwight
    $600 3
Ordinary analog phone lines that deliver a low-cost broadband data connection use this 3-letter technology
    $600 23
Got one of these odorous animals also known as a polecat as a pet? Call your humane society to make sure it's legal
    $600 28
This is it: the classic L shape & low-pitched gable roof of this house named for a Western dwelling
    $600 9
You have one of these, aka a heartbeat, I assume
    DD: $1,000 18
Averages for this U.S. city are 7.66 inches of rain, a daily high temperature of 85, & 325 sunny days per year
    $800 12
The movies' original "Alfie", he was originally named Maurice Micklewhite
    $800 4
This 4-letter certification is given for equipment that uses the IEEE 802.11 standard
    $800 24
Critters of the Pleistocene epoch include the mammoth & this "breast tooth" relative
    $800 29
Why hold back--tower, stone, ornamentation, I want a home in the style of one of these French mansions
    $800 13
To perform this kids' activity "inside the lines" is to conform; to do it "outside the lines" is to be a free spirit
    $1000 19
Love to shop? This largest South Dakota city has the largest shopping center between Denver & Minneapolis
    $1000 21
When she's "got mail", we wonder if it's addressed to Margaret Hyra
    $1000 5
Tim Berners-Lee helped create the World Wide Web at this particle physics lab near Geneva
    $1000 25
"Dachs", as in "Dachshund", is German for this burrowing animal
    $1000 30
I'm going to use this smallish lot economically, putting up this kind of house with tiers only one half-story apart
    $1000 14
A form of matter--solid, liquid or gas

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

Dan Heather Leslie
$3,400 $1,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Heather Leslie
$4,800 $3,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
7 National Medals of Arts have gone to corporate patrons of the arts, like Exxon, Sara Lee & this card company
    $400 25
They play their major league home games at Rogers Centre
    $400 9
Pull out a sawbuck & you'll see his portrait
    $400 20
As a verb, it means to squeeze, like a baby's cheek; as a noun, a small quantity, like salt
    $400 15
Marcus Junius Brutus et al.
(44 B.C.)
    $400 1
The modern Hebrew & Arabic alphabets consist only of these types of letters
    $800 7
Gustave Caillebotte was the main backer of several of these exhibitions, & his own work is kind of in that style
    $800 26
In the movie version of "Devil in a Blue Dress", he played detective Easy Rawlins
    $800 10
Some of the moons of Uranus are named for characters created by this British poet & essayist
    $800 21
A bunch of honeybees on the move
    $800 16
James Earl Ray
    $800 2
It's the South American national capital city that fits the category
    DD: $500 8
In 1603 Shakespeare's company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, switched to royal patronage & to this name
    $1200 27
"Beverly Hills Buntz" was a spin-off of this cop show
    $1200 11
In 1990 Russia restored citizenship to this Nobel Prize-winning author of "Cancer Ward"
    $1200 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew begins a dare cocktail.) Two of the smallest bartender measures are these 2 that rhyme--one for a pure flavoring like Tabasco & one for liquid like soda
    $1200 17
Leon Czolgosz
    $1200 3
Cheese is this part of milk separated from the whey
    $1600 14
Luciano of this colors-ful Italian clothing company is a noted arts patron through a center called Fabrica
    $1600 28
To join this troupe seen here, you have to have percussion & acting skills--& be able to let your ego go!
    $1600 12
He took a break in his military career to become Nixon's Chief of Staff
    $1600 23
This synonym for "killed" also means a large quantity
    $1600 18
Yigal Amir
    $1600 4
We're climbing past 10,000 feet on our way to this, the flight level we'll maintain en route, 35,000 feet
    $2000 30
As well as the Sistine Chapel, named for Sixtus, Pope Paul III got Michelangelo to fresco this chapel, named for himself
    $2000 29
As temptress Lola Frohlich, she sang "Falling In Love Again" in the 1930 film "The Blue Angel"
    $2000 13
Once an artist for the National Police Gazette, he really got moving with his "mobile" sculptures
    $2000 24
This French word for a slight trace, as of a particular flavor, means "suspicion"
    DD: $3,000 19
Nathuram Godse
    $2000 5
Found in South Africa in 1905, this 3,106-carat diamond went to Amsterdam for cutting

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Heather Leslie
$14,900 $13,000 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a poem about this battle, Robert Browning wrote, "To Akropolis! Run, Pheidippides, one race more"

Final scores:

Dan Heather Leslie
$26,000 $13,399 $22,600
3-day champion: $62,500 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Heather Leslie
$18,400 $13,000 $12,400
24 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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Game tape date: 2007-10-16
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