Show #5465 - Friday, May 16, 2008

2008 College Championship final game 2.
From the Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


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Danielle Zsenak, a senior from Marquette University (subtotal of $30,000)

Andrew Chung, a sophomore from Harvey Mudd College (subtotal of $11,998)

Joey Beachum, a senior from Mississippi State University (subtotal of $15,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Only 3 cities in this state have more than 50,000 people--Billings, Missoula & Great Falls
    $200 1
In Mark 1, the Holy Spirit came to Jesus like this bird
    $200 18
In 1903 the first pack of this brand carried the line "for educational color work"
    $200 11
This part of an egg gets its name from the Old English for "yellow"
    $200 16
Ellen Pompeo plays one of the healers in training on this drama
    $200 23
Catherine, Anne, Jane, Anne No. 2, Catherine H. & Catherine P. try to avoid elimination in "Who Wants to Marry" this king
    $400 7
Not surprisingly, it has the largest economy of any state, with the highest revenue & the highest expenditures
    $400 2
Lot fled this city as God burned it behind him
    $400 19
In 1899 this pair started their research with a biplane flown like a kite
    $400 12
This season gets its name from the Sanskrit for "half year"
    $400 17
Kyle MacLachlan moved onto Wisteria Lane as Orson Hodge, Bree's new husband, on this soapy series
    $400 24
Not feeling so tolerant lately? Become Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's successor as this country's "Next Top Despot"
    $600 8
This state could use some crowd control: it's the most populous state in the Midwest
    $600 3
This king got angry & killed all the babies in Bethlehem
    $600 20
Title of the chief of the DOJ
    $600 13
The opposite of nadir, it's from the Arabic for "road above"
    $600 28
Jorge Garcia keeps the humor alive as Hugo "Hurley" Reyes on this enigmatic show
    $600 25
On "Dancing with Ex-George W. Bush Cabinet Members", this ex-Defense Sec. goes on the offensive--with a sizzling samba!
    $800 9
The name of this state is Spanish for "colored red"
    DD: $1,200 4
On this festival, Galileans could suddenly talk like Parthians & Medes
    $800 21
Used in martial arts, this hand weapon, 2 sticks joined by a cord or chain, is also called karate sticks
    $800 14
The name of this element is from the Latin word for "lime", the chemical kind
    $800 29
Who can resist John Krasinski as prankster Jim Halpert on this sitcom?
    $800 26
The fork's now in your hand in "So You Think You Can Eat an Entire" this make of auto, whether Cayenne or Boxster
    $1000 10
A bus boycott in this state in 1955 helped launch the civil rights movement
    $1000 5
King Saul didn't let his people eat until they destroyed these enemies
    $1000 22
(Kelly of the Clue Crew indicates a diagram on the monitor.) Instead of running around the curve, save strides & run this straight line that touches the curve, from the Latin for "to touch"
    $1000 15
The name of this musical instrument comes from Greek words for "wood" and "voice"
    $1000 30
Jack Coleman, who plays the mysterious H.R.G. on this show, is a descendant of Benjamin Franklin
    $1000 27
Oops! Rex finds out the hard way this body part's neocortex is nowhere near the groin in "I Wanna Be a Surgeon!"

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

Joey Andrew Danielle
$6,000 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Andrew Danielle
$9,400 $3,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the nation whose army would sing each of the fight songs we give you.)
    $400 3
In 1932 he became the first defeated vice presidential candidate of a major party elected president
    $400 16
(Adam Sandler delivers the clue.) The name of my production company, Happy Madison, comes from the titles of these 2 movies I starred in
    $400 21
Nausea & extreme sensitivity to light & sound often accompany one of these severe headaches
    $400 22
Ooh! Ballerinas in green tutus! My favorite part of the ballet "Jewels" is named for these green gems
    $400 1
Menkaure is our cry! He will crush the Sinai! Ra! Ra! Ra!
    $400 11
"Snizzle" is not a Snoop Dogg term but a weather word for the mixture of these 2 conditions
    $800 4
With wife Rosalynn, he wrote the book "Everything To Gain: Making the Most Out of the Rest of Your Life"
    $800 17
(Adam delivers the clue again.) Drew Barrymore has problems remembering the name of this 2004 movie we starred in that's set in Hawaii
    $800 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew explains a diagram of the human eye.) In the normal eye, the focal point of light is on the retina; in hypermitropia, it's behind the retina; in this opposite condition, it's in front of the retina
    $800 23
I have to see the NYCB's production of this; the Christmas tree grows about 40 feet high & weighs a ton!
    $800 2
We once were Gran, but we're still not bad. From Cartagena to Soledad, hail...
    $800 12
A "hall walker" is someone who has little to do in this Department of Defense HQ
    $1200 5
2 of his 4 sons served as state governors: one in Florida, one in Texas
    $1200 18
(Adam Sandler delivers the clue.) In my new movie "You Don't Mess With The Zohan", I play an intelligence agent from this country founded in 1948 who fakes his death to be a hairdresser
    $1200 25
Blood tests that measure vitamin B12 levels are used to diagnose the pernicious form of this
    $1200 28
No way! Way! Act II, Scene One of "Spartacus" is set on this ancient highway
    $1200 8
Hail our banners red flying overhead onward to Pusan--& beyond! Gooooo Army!
    $1200 13
An unnatural & unsustainable evolution in digital media is called these creatures "with feet"
    DD: $5,000 6
In the 1912 election he defeated a sitting president & a former president
    $1600 19
(Adam Sandler delivers the clue.) We produced this 2006 baseball bully revenge movie that starred my friends Rob Schneider, David Spade & Jon Heder
    DD: $4,200 26
If you have a case of singultus, relax, it's just these spasms of the diaphragm
    $1600 29
I love the music of this Polish-French composer, so we must see "In the Night", which features his nocturnes
    $1600 9
Bring on the fight! We are ready to unite! Victor Emmanuel! He's the man to give them... grief
    $1600 14
A new interval-training workout called "wogging" combines the names of these 2 bipedal activities
    $2000 7
At the 1880 GOP Convention, this former 2-term president led on each of the 1st 35 ballots; Garfield was nominated
    $2000 20
(Adam Sandler delivers the clue.) Happy Madison's first feature film was this 1999 comedy that saw Rob Schneider go out on a date with a narcoleptic girl
    $2000 27
I see you have flu-like symptoms & a red bull's-eye rash; it could be this tick-borne illness first identified in 1975
    $2000 30
If you like cowboys--& cowgirls--you'll love this Agnes de Mille ballet named for a cowboy event
    $2000 10
Fight! Fight! Fight! For the blue and white! We will resist the Russian bear! Fight on!
    $2000 15
An "empty chair interview" occurred on NPR when this "No Spin" guy walked off before the end of the show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Andrew Danielle
$24,400 $10,400 $13,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Quadruple Alliance began in 1813 against this country; in 1818 it let this country in & became the Quintuple Alliance

Final scores:

Joey Andrew Danielle
$31,200 $0 $16,000

Cumulative scores:

Joey Andrew Danielle
$46,400 $11,998 $46,000
Tournament champion: $100,000 + a trophy 2nd runner-up: $25,000 1st runner-up: $50,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joey Andrew Danielle
$20,600 $7,800 $13,000
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,400

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Game tape date: 2008-04-12
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