Show #5520 - Friday, September 12, 2008


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Cindy Schilling, a children's librarian from Sanford, Maine

Tom Witek, a high school math teacher from Gurnee, Illinois

Daphne Matalene, a magazine editor from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: No connection between the two.)
    $200 4
Like many North African cities, this Tunisian capital has an older section called the Casbah
    $200 1
The mafia melodrama continues for the Corleone Family in this 1974 film
    $200 3
This 1884 book is subtitled "Tom Sawyer's Comrade"
    $200 26
    $200 14
Hello? Randall Stephenson dialed up $18 million in 2007 as CEO of this 3-letter phone company
    $200 18
11-letter term for entering onto another's property without right or permission
    $400 5
In 1574 this empire began 3 centuries of control in Tunisia, appointing beys, or rulers, to govern the country
    $400 2
Secrets are revealed to the Hogwarts gang in this second film in the popular series
    $400 6
Brothers Frank & Joe have been solving mysteries in this series since 1927's "The Tower Treasure"
    $400 27
Hat for Easter
    $400 15
$14 million in 2007 compensation helped Jeffrey Immelt keep the lights on for this company
    $400 19
The unlawful act of abducting & carrying away a person against his or her will
    $600 10
This mountain system that extends across North Africa has its eastern terminus at Cape Bon in Tunisia
    $600 7
The doctor methodically manufactures a mate for his monster in this 1935 follow-up
    $600 8
In a 1904 play, she & her brothers Michael & John get sprinkled with pixie dust & fly off into the night
    $600 28
Man-eater, when you're a man
    $600 23
At $28 million in 2007, Robert Iger doesn't need to wish upon a star with this company
    $600 20
It's paired with "assault" when the attacker makes physical contact
    $800 16
The vacation isle of Pantelleria, just 40 miles off the coast of Tunisia, actually belongs to this European nation
    $800 12
The DVD of this second "Pirates of the Caribbean" feature hit stores in time for Christmas 2006
    $800 9
This feline friend of Winnie-the-Pooh appeared in "The House at Pooh Corner" but not in the original book
    $800 29
From Helsinki
    $800 24
CEO Angelo Mozilo received well over $100 million from this company at the heart of 2008's mortgage crisis
    $800 21
Malicious burning to destroy property
    DD: $1,400 17
Ruins in Tunisia today are from the later Roman occupation of this city founded by the Phoenicians around 814 B.C.
    $1000 13
Danny Glover tracks the nearly invisible alien hunter through the streets of L.A. in this 1990 sequel
    $1000 11
This American actress has penned several kids' books, including "Where Do Balloons Go?"
    $1000 30
A type of Anabaptist
    $1000 25
Kenneth Lewis of this "national" financial institution scraped by on $20 million in 2007
    $1000 22
Altering a document such as a check with intent to defraud

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

Daphne Tom Cindy
$1,000 $1,600 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Daphne Tom Cindy
$2,400 $4,800 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1800s
    $400 2
Around 1910 Thomas Morgan found that these hereditary units are located on chromosomes within cells
    $400 1
"Fiddler on the Roof" may be the most famous American musical set in this country
    $400 21
In 1835 this Dane published his first book of fairy tales
    $400 9
Of the 2 U.S. presidents who were the sons of U.S. presidents, the one known as "Old Man Eloquent"
    $400 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM.) The Gathering of Nations is the largest meeting of native tribes in North America & is known by this rhyming term
    $400 26
"Dead men
T. N. T."
    $800 3
Some minerals can readily be identified by taste; halite has this type of taste
    $800 4
In "Curtains", it's curtains for a leading lady who ends up dead in this New England city during a pre-Broadway run
    $800 22
Though the U.S. won the war, it still paid this country more than $18 million for the land it took in the 1840s
    $800 10
Before he was pope, his resistance to female priests partly led to this German's nickname of "Cardinal No"
    $800 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM.) The origins of the Kiowa gourd dance
come from the tale of a man who saw a red one of these singing & dancing; the howl is a tribute to the sacred animal
    $800 27
"Many hands
M. L. W."
    $1200 6
Cilia later! These long hairlike extensions help bacteria move by means of a whipping motion
    $1200 5
4 blue-collar guys work their way up from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom in this 2005 smash
    $1200 23
In 1841 photography pioneer Henry Talbot patented the calotype, slashing this time to minutes
    $1200 11
When spotted in his military dress as a youngster, Gaius Caesar got this nickname meaning "little boots"
    $1200 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM.) Meticulously carved from cottonwood root by Hopi Indians, these dolls represent spirit beings
    $1200 28
W. T. I. I. H."
    DD: $5,000 7
Sugars, alcohols & starches are all formed by different combos of these 3 elements
    $1600 16
When we first meet Horace Vandergelder in "Hello, Dolly!", he's in this N.Y. city & feeling a little "lost in" it
    $1600 24
In 1831 James Clark Ross pinpointed this spot; later Arctic studies found it had moved more than 150 miles
    $1600 12
Occupational nickname of the Duke of Cumberland for harsh repression of Scots rebels in the 1740s
    $1600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM.) One of the farthest journeys to the Gathering was made by Nicole, a member of the Alaskan Yupek, who, along with the Inuit, comprise this Native American group
    $1600 29
C. B. C."
    $2000 8
The fundamental forces are electromagnetism, gravity & these 2 "opposite" nuclear forces
    $2000 17
(I'm Andrew Lloyd Webber.) The underground lair in which the Phantom lurks is based on fact; there really is a lake beneath this famous building
    $2000 25
This 1830s work is included in the Library of America though it was written by a Frenchman, de Tocqueville
    $2000 13
This ex-queen of England who died in 1557 was called "the Flanders Mare"
    $2000 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM.) Tribal war bonnets are highly revered at the Gathering; the feathers come from the golden type of this bird, & each one represents a great deed
    DD: $3,000 30
"The eyes are
the W. O. T. S."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Daphne Tom Cindy
$8,400 $24,000 $11,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the name of today's longest-ruling family in Europe, in power for most of the last 711 years

Final scores:

Daphne Tom Cindy
$0 $24,200 $7,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,200 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Daphne Tom Cindy
$8,400 $19,200 $11,800
13 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2008-07-15
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