Show #5422 - Tuesday, March 18, 2008


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Janet O'Keefe, a librarian from Flint, Michigan

Kyung Ro, an operations manager from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Kristina Caffrey, a college student from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will being with the letter "A" and end with a "Y".)
    $200 21
Algonquian for "to trade", this Native American tribe shares its name with Canada's capital
    $200 12
She played her own mother in a 1982 TV movie about the Osmonds, & her niece Amy played her
    $200 25
Chemist Patsy Sherman was working for 3M when she created this stain protector with a "national" name
    $200 1
Putin &
    $200 11
Though it triggered an E. coli scare in 2006, this leafy vegetable is generally safe to eat; ask Popeye
    $200 3
The 10 Commandments include "Thou shalt not commit" this
    $400 22
The Pomo of California were particularly known for this art, an easy elective for college students
    $400 13
Hinton Battle was tapped to play Bill "Bojangles" Robinson in the TV movie about this ultimate child star
    $400 26
Michael Folle & Alexander Kaleri left this in 2004, the first time it was without a crew inside
    $400 2
Pasternak &
    $400 17
This "city" sandwich consists of thin slices of beef, slices of American, & often sauteed onions on a roll
    $400 4
A monk may turn down your job offer due to a prior commitment in this type of monastery
    $600 23
This tribe's name was first on a bay, then a colony, then a state (which put 2 Ts in it)
    $600 14
It was a battle of the sexes when Holly Hunter & Ron Silver played these opponents in "When Billie Beat Bobby"
    $600 27
Hawaiian residents are sometimes plagued by "vog" in the air, with the "V" referring to this
    $600 8
Gromyko &
    $600 18
Though often referred to as a wine, this Japanese alcohol is actually brewed more like a beer
    $600 5
"Ecstasy" partner in an Irving Stone book title
    DD: $1,600 24
From the dark color they died their moccasins, the Siksika are also known as this
    $800 15
A TV movie about this "fair lady" featured Eric McCormack of "Will & Grace" as her first husband, Mel Ferrer
    $800 28
This 2-word phrase comes from a Greek belief that a bird sacred to Apollo broke its silence before dying
    $800 9
Pavlov &
    $800 19
This candy bar of chocolate, nougat, peanuts & caramel was named for a horse
    $800 6
Back in the Middle Ages, the aim of this practice was to change base metals into gold
    $1000 30
This athlete's Inidan name was Wa-Tho-Huck, "Bright Path"; & boy, could he run quickly down it
    $1000 16
A TV movie about this blonde singer featured Tony Orlando as her first husband, Jose Ferrer
    $1000 29
This state flower of Maryland includes a woman's name
    $1000 10
Eisenstein &
    $1000 20
This cereal once had a longer name; "oats" became "os"
    $1000 7
A foe or

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Kristina Kyung Janet
$3,600 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristina Kyung Janet
$3,600 $6,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Judges were chosen by lot for the drama competition known as the Dionysia in this city
    $400 21
She's the richest woman in entertainment & Forbes' top power player for 2007; not bad for a kid from Kosciusko
    $400 13
A website about these machines suggests that the flipper should be thought of & used like a tennis racket
    $400 9
The lacrimal bones contain sacs that collect excess these from the surface of the eyes
    $400 4
The leading accidental cause of death in the U.S. involves these
    $400 22
This English river flows from the Cotswold hills to its mouth on the North Sea
    $800 2
According to a play about her by Euripides, this woman did not spend the Trojan war at Troy but in Egypt
    $800 27
Raised in Star, Mississippi, this singer, Mrs. Tim McGraw, was destined to become a star
    $800 14
The 1960 Winter Olympics at Squaw Valley were the first to use this brand of ice-resurfacing machine
    $800 12
These bones are classified as true, false, & floating
    $800 5
It usually begins around September 22nd
    $800 23
Better-known name of the Washington, D.C. hill once known as Jenkins' Hill
    $1200 3
In "The Clouds" by Aristophanes, a man desires to send his son to study with this Greek philosopher
    $1200 28
"Stand By Your Man" and "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" were big hits for this Mississippian who was married 5 times
    $1200 18
During bypass surgery, the patient is hooked up to a machine that's named for these 2 different internal organs
    $1200 15
The stapes, the smallest bone in the human body, is found in this organ
    $1200 6
City that's home to the Masters Golf Tournament
    $1200 24
Shatrunjaya Hill in this country is home to more than 800 Jainist temples
    $1600 10
This title angry wife plots revenge against Jason by killing his new flame with a poisoned garment
    $1600 29
This actress from Meridien is a cousin of Tennessee Williams & mom to Laura Dern
    DD: $3,000 19
This machine was invented in 1793 to speed up the removal of seeds from a certain raw fiber
    $1600 16
(Jon of the Clue Crew points to a model of a human skeleton.) The spinal column ends with this bone, named because it's said to resemble a certain bird's beak
    $1600 7
At a papal one of these, don't forget to kneel
    $1600 25
It's the skull-shaped hill where Jesus was crucified
    $2000 11
The 3 parts of this Greek dramatic trilogy are "Agamemnon", "Choephori", & "Eumenides"
    $2000 30
A Spingarn Medal & a Pres. Medal of Freedom are among the laurels of this celebrated soprano from Laurel, Miss.
    $2000 20
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from atop a large, moving piece of equipment at Texas A&M University's Coastal Engineering Lab.) Texas A&M's Coastal Engineering Lab has a sediment pit, testing this type of equipment that removes earth from the sea floor
    $2000 17
This long slender bone is parallel and lateral to the tibia
    $2000 8
The puffin is a member of this "great" family of penguin-like birds
    DD: $1,600 26
According to legend, a cave on this hill was where Romulus & Remus were suckled by a wolf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristina Kyung Janet
$14,600 $15,000 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

James I said of this plotter, "The gentler tortures are to be first used... and so proceed by steps to the worst"

Final scores:

Kristina Kyung Janet
$21,600 $799 $10,000
2-day champion: $44,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristina Kyung Janet
$13,200 $17,000 $7,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2007-11-28
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