Show #5481 - Monday, June 9, 2008

Donna Vogel game 3.


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Brielle Maynor, a stay-at-home mom from Miamisburg, Ohio

Traci Turnbaugh Siegel, an executive editor from Houston, Texas

Donna Vogel, a scientist from Bethesda, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Have you heard the latest buzz? The Mayans domesticated this native insect
    $200 16
A starlet in a mink bikini gets thrown into the Grand Canal in "Grab Me a Gondola", set in this city
    $200 1
Green olives are traditionally stuffed with these red veggies
    $200 10
This prolific British mystery writer's last published novel was 1976's "Sleeping Murder"
    $200 12
Everyone hits the beach to enjoy this state's official sports: surfing & outrigger canoe paddling
    $200 21
An amphibian avenue
    $400 7
Thessaly, the land from which this Argonaut leader set out, also had a 4th century B.C. ruler of that name
    $400 19
Farley Granger played Mr. Darcy to Polly Bergen's Elizabeth in "First Impressions", based on this classic novel
    $400 2
If chives were chive talkin', they'd mention they were part of this vegetable family
    DD: $600 11
In a 1972 book, Hunter S. Thompson sent Raoul Duke & Dr. Gonzo to this city to cover the Mint 400 race
    $400 13
We wonder whether the pheasant that's its state bird nests in the Black Hills Spruce, its state tree
    $400 22
An Appaloosa from Oslo
    $600 8
In 1950, 2 years into his long dictatorship, he invaded South Korea
    $600 20
This future "Brady Bunch" mom had a fling with Jose Ferrer (onstage, that is) in "The Girl Who Came to Supper"
    $600 3
For cooking, garlic bulbs are broken up into segments called these
    $600 15
Victor Henry of the U.S. Navy & his family are at the center of this 1971 Herman Wouk epic
    $600 14
This feline with long, pointed canines is California's state fossil
    $600 23
Goldilocks sat on one (actually, on all 3)
    $800 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew narrates from Lima, Peru.) The Plaza Mayor, Lima's main square since colonial days, was used for executions during the time of this tribunal that began in Peru around 1568
    $800 29
After just 5 performances, the door slammed on "A Doll's Life", based on this Scandinavian drama
    $800 4
When making a pie with strawberries & this tart vegetable, just use its red stalks; the leaves are toxic
    $800 27
A book by Flora Screiber says, Mary, Peggy Lou, Vicky & Vanessa were 4 of this title character's 16 personalities
    $800 17
Appropriately, it's Nevada's state metal
    $800 24
The jargon of an Australian wild dog
    $1000 26
In 601 the Lombards destroyed this Italian city, home to a shrewish Kate, but it made a quick comeback
    $1000 30
Orson Welles & Cole Porter collaborated on a 1946 musical adaptation of this "globe-trotting" Jules Verne novel
    $1000 5
Before cooking, you have to top & tail & maybe destring the runner type of these
    $1000 28
A review said this 1979 William Styron novel "belongs on that small shelf reserved for American masterpieces"
    $1000 18
This state bird is depicted on Louisiana's state seal in a nest with her 3 young
    $1000 25
A marine bivalve's improvisational music session

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Donna Traci Brielle
$3,200 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Traci Brielle
$6,400 $3,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
During this war, U.S. helicopters such as the Sea Knight landed more than 750,000 tons of supplies a month
    $400 26
Renee Zellweger is down on the farm as Jude heads back to North Carolina in this 2003 film
    $400 5
If you got a trapezoid for your birthday, you got a figure with this many sides & a crummy gift
    $400 1
The Rijksmuseum is an art museum in this city
    $400 21
One of the 2 astronomical images found on Alaska's official license plate
    $400 10
It took place in June 1876 at the Little Bighorn River
    $800 17
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada.) To accelerate a plane, this force must be greater than the drag. Luckily, the F-16's engines provide 27,000 pounds of it
    $800 27
Jude was the "Saturday Night Live" host on the night this "Pieces Of Me" singer did not actually sing
    $800 6
In our number system, it's 10;
in a triangle,
it's the lowest side
    $800 2
The Museum of the American West in Los Angeles is part of the complex named for this singing cowboy
    $800 22
An extreme snowboarding competition held at Valdez, Alaska, or a Fox show featuring Hank & Bobby
    $800 11
Sarah Michelle Gellar could have used some of Buffy's moves in this 1997 slasher flick
    $1200 18
Despite the Spruce Goose's nickname, most of the wood used in its making is from this tree that has white & paper varieties
    DD: $5,000 28
Jude was Sean Penn's beast of (Jack) Burden in this 2006 film based on a Robert Penn Warren novel
    $1200 7
1/15 + 1/45 = this
    $1200 3
In 1902 the Egyptian Museum moved from this "pyramid" city to nearby Cairo
    $1200 23
The U.S. used a 48-star flag for 47 years until Alaska gained statehood in this year
    $1200 12
One week after a full moon, when half the moon's disk is illuminated by the sun
    $1600 19
Toronto's airport is named for this Nobel Prize-winning prime minister
    $1600 8
It's any system of geometry not based on the system in "Elements", a book from around 300 B.C.
    $1600 4
Ceremonial robes of these onetime highest Venetian officials are displayed in Venice's Museo Correr
    $1600 24
The only 2 "national" regions of this type in Alaska are Chugach & Tongass
    $1600 13
It's the famous description used as a slogan of Maxwell House coffee
    $2000 20
In aviation, FBN is this--the literal meaning, not the "shady" or "transient" figurative one
    $2000 9
From the Latin for "agreeing", it describes 2 figures that coincide when superimposed
    DD: $3,200 15
Last name of paleontologist Richard, who was director of the National Museums of Kenya from 1968 to 1989
    $2000 25
The largest oil reserves in the U.S. were found in 1968 near this bay on the Arctic coast
    $2000 14
After Biagio da Cesena complained about this painting in the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo added him to it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Traci Brielle
$18,400 $13,200 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On March 10, 2003 this nation got control of the .af Internet domain

Final scores:

Donna Traci Brielle
$26,401 $25,201 $25,200
3-day champion: $63,399 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Donna Traci Brielle
$18,400 $10,000 $11,400
22 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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Game tape date: 2008-02-28
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