Show #5470 - Friday, May 23, 2008

Larissa Kelly game 4.


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Will Blashka, a student from Woodbury, New York

Sara Orel, a professor of art history from Kirksville, Missouri

Larissa Kelly, a grad student from El Cerrito, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $108,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Eat too many chockies, these, & you may find yourself crook, "sick"
    $200 7
This "Mean Girls" star who appeared in a controversial 2008 photo spread in New York Magazine
    $200 11
This fluffy white confection holds your Rice Krispies Treats together
    $200 6
Recent computer analysis determined her face is 83% happy, 9% disgusted, 6% afraid & 2% angry
    $200 19
This bent steel rod struck by a small metal rod is used in the final movement of Beethoven's Ninth
    $200 26
The alpha factor measures a stock's own volatility; this Greek letter compares it to the entire market
    $400 2
Like the highest peak in Western Europe, the highest peak in Australia is in a chain with this name
    $400 24
This Dallas Cowboys fan whose ex, Nick Lachey, gave her a maltepoo dog that now spends time with Tony Romo
    $400 12
Sharing its name with a French novel, this candy bar was originally 3 nougat bars
    $400 8
His photograph subjects include John Quincy Adams, Zachary Taylor, and Jefferson Davis
    $400 20
This string quartet instrument that's deeper pitched & slightly larger than a violin has a similar name
    $400 27
In this sport, the ball has 3 holes in which you put your fingers
    $600 3
An Australian sporting hero, Sir Donald Bradman is the only Aussie knighted for his services to this sport
    $600 25
This object of Borat's affection who, in 2008, had a romantic Valentine's Day performing at a Paris strip club
    $600 13
In "The Godfather", Richard Castellano says, "Leave the gun. Take" these pastries
    $600 16
This American symbol is said to come from a N.Y. butcher who stamped his army supplies "U.S." in the War of 1812
    $600 21
The name of this small guitar-like instrument popular in Hawaii is Hawaiian for "jumping flea"
    $600 28
It's what Papa had in a 1965 James Brown hit
    $800 4
In 1967 a talking koala became the spokesmarsupial for this airline
    $800 9
This star on the pregnancy watch list who's very fond of her partner who produced her film "A Mighty Heart"
    $800 14
Liquor brand that's integral to the sweet potato pudding at Miss Mary Bobo's boarding house in Lynchburg, Tenn.
    $800 17
Using descriptions from the events at Gethsemane, forensic experts constructed what they believe is this person's face
    $800 22
The bull-fiddle is also known as the double this
    $800 29
Beginning in the 1970s, more than 1 million of these Indochinese refugees fled the Communist regmes where they lived
    $1000 5
Besides the platypus, Australia's other egg-laying mammal is this one that looks like a porcupine
    $1000 10
This actress whose father Billy Ray "got caught up in...filming" & forgot to buckle up for one of his scenes
    $1000 15
In 1948 Aaron Lapin's company introduced this aerosol dessert topping brand
    DD: $2,000 18
Research says he had a toothbrush mustache because the Prussian style didn't fit under a WWI gas mask
    $1000 23
This orchestral giant can have up to 48 strings & measure more than 6 feet tall
    $1000 30
This national variety of python can grow to 30 feet long

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

Larissa Sara Will
$1,600 $2,800 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larissa Sara Will
$3,400 $7,400 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: But you do not have to spell the correct response.)
    $400 7
Voyeur information, this actor spied on his neighbors in Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window"
    $400 10
A person who comes to a hospital or clinic for treatment but is not hospitalized
    $400 29
The original title of this adventure novel was "Der Schweizerische Robinson"
    $400 6
(Jon of the Clue Crew ties a knot.) It's the common knot I'm tying here
    $400 4
This bird that isn't really losing its hair is a national symbol of the U.S.
    $400 2
Afrikaaners would spell this 1985 Schwarzenegger ex-military man film with a "K"
    $800 9
In "Psycho", it's the inn where Norman does his evil--or was it his mother?
    $800 15
This type of "working" therapy gives the individual something meaningful to do
    $800 27
They're the "Magnificent" family written about by Booth Tarkington in a 1919 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel
    $800 30
The name of this decorative art that uses rope or string comes from the Turkish word for "napkin"
    $800 23
Herring & laughing are 2 species of this "sea" bird
    $800 3
The Swahili word that means "I'm fine" is pronounced like this "Show Me State" but spelled differently
    $1200 12
In a 1944 Hitchcock film, several survivors of a torpedoed ship find themselves in this title object
    $1200 16
Impulsive, consistent disorder abbreviated OCD
    $1200 25
A "colorful" dog with only one ear adopts a Texas frontier family in the 1860s in this beloved Fred Gipson novel
    $1200 28
The name for this length of catch rope comes from the Spanish for "noose"
    $1200 14
If you're a C. corax, this bird, you may be given to gloomy pronouncements like the one in Poe
    $1200 22
Chinese thought says this energy force flows through the body; it can be spelled with a "Q" or a "CH"
    $1600 8
On the BFI's top 100 British films, this classic Hitchcock mystery from 1935 ranked no. 4, not "39"
    $1600 17
In psychoanalytic theory, it's the first & most primitive stage of development
    DD: $8,000 19
The title of this Faulkner novel about the troubled Compson family comes from a line in "Macbeth"
    $1600 13
It's the 6-foot unit of length used to measure water depth or ropes & cables
    $1600 1
It's the thick-walled muscular pouch that grinds food in a bird's lower stomach
    $1600 20
The inconsistent spelling of names in this British soldier's "Seven Pillars of Wisdom" bothered the proofreader
    $2000 11
Hitchcock's 1940 classic "Rebecca" was based on a book by this female novelist
    $2000 18
This adjective refers to the rear lobe of the brain
    $2000 24
1985's "Jubal Sackett" was this prolific Western author's last novel about the Sackett family
    DD: $3,000 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crue ties a knot.) An animal term precedes the word "shank" in the name of this knot used to shorten rope
    $2000 5
The colorful lovebird, with a curved beak & short tail, is a member of this bird family
    $2000 21
These 2 letters together sound like a long test answer you write out for school

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larissa Sara Will
$18,800 $20,600 $12,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A Mennonite leader who was pro-foot washing & anti-beard trimming gave his name to this group

Final scores:

Larissa Sara Will
$37,597 $3,599 $20,601
4-day champion: $146,197 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Larissa Sara Will
$15,400 $19,600 $12,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,000

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Game tape date: 2008-02-19
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