Show #5601 - Monday, January 5, 2009


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Andrew Kasson, an operations manager originally from Ocean, New Jersey

Victoria Harkavy, an AmeriCorps service member from Potomac, Maryland

Michael Portnoy, a teacher from Miami, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $40,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And all of the clues in that category will be given by the book's author Dr. Oz.)
    $200 20
(Dr. Oz presents.) Ease your stress & its aging effect by applying pressure to the web of your hand, a homemade version of this technique
    $200 1
"Sherry" &
"December 1963
(Oh, What A Night)"
    $200 8
Pharaoh & his men pursued the children of Israel into the Red Sea aboard these horse-drawn vehicles
    $200 15
It's the body part proverbially "greased" when someone gets bribed
    $200 25
KTS Productions still makes these tapes perfect for your custom van--What? No Frampton?
    $200 3
Hembrismo has been used as the feminine counterpart to this very masculine term
    $400 21
(Dr. Oz presents.) Exposure to U.V. radiation dries out & can burn the skin & also releases these liberated molecules that can damage the DNA & lead to cancer
    $400 2
"The Music Of The Night" &
"All I Ask Of You"
    $400 9
Roman soldiers put this on Jesus' head, "and they put on him a purple robe"
    $400 16
This word precedes Falls & Rapids in Iowa city names
    $400 26
Put your hands together for this gizmo seen on TV since 1985--but don't turn me off while you're at it
    $400 4
Spear refers to the male side of the family & this word that includes "staff" refers to the female side
    $600 22
(Dr. Oz presents.) Try to get 20 minutes of sunlight a day, but only at low levels when your shadow's taller than you in order to get what you need of this vitamin
    $600 12
"Epiphany" &
"The Worst Pies In London"
    $600 10
Both Matthew & Mark tell us that John the Baptist wore a garment made of the hair of this animal
    $600 17
Also preceding "Goose" in the nickname of a plane, as a verb, this means to neaten up
    $600 27
American Safety Razor /
Still makes this stuff, dear /
Give us your response /
It goes here
    $600 5
A motto on the
Great Seal of
Maryland says
in Italian, "Manly" these
"Womanly Words"
    $800 24
(Dr. Oz presents.) Those gorgeous high-heeled shoes can cause a partial dislocation of the big toe, causing a bony prominence known as this
    $800 13
"If You Believe" &
"Ease On Down The Road"
    $800 11
Joseph's brothers stripped off this garment that his father had given him & cast him into a pit
    $800 18
Schwarzenegger was billed as "The Austrian" this 3-letter word
    $800 28
You can still get these CO2 candies introduced in 1975 (don't worry, that kid from the Life ad didn't really O.D. on 'em)
    $800 6
Completes the rhyming proverb "Man may work from sun to sun..."
    $1000 30
(Dr. Oz presents.) As many as 1 American in 50 may be unrealistically dissatisfied with their bodies called body dysmorphic disorder; it's a form of this--OCD for short
    $1000 23
"Kids" &
"Put On A Happy Face"
    $1000 14
This grandson of Noah shares his name with the Promised Land
    DD: $5,600 19
To long for or yearn, it's from the Latin for "punishment"
    $1000 29
This "exclusive" fashion brand for which Anthony Geary did ads relaunched in 2008
    $1000 7
From the Latin for "woman" & "man" come the words muliebrity & this one that means manliness or potency

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

Michael Victoria Andrew
$1,600 $4,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Victoria Andrew
$4,400 $12,000 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Inari is the god of rice, which is used to make this popular Japanese wine
    $400 21
While visiting Palazzo Affaitati in Cremona, check out the museo devoted to this violin-making family
    $400 26
Now with about 10 million total members, these 2 unions united in 1955
    $400 8
Though he left monastic life in 1432, Fra Filippo Lippi enjoyed the constant patronage of this family
    $400 16
It's a mournful poem for the dead, perhaps "Written In A Country Churchyard"
    $400 1
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands with some bronze busts of inductees at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.) Nick Buoniconti, Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Jim Langer, Larry Little & Paul Warfield were all enshrined in the Hall of Fame & were all members of this undefeated team
    $800 7
This "grimy" type of Cajun rice traditionally has gizzards in the mix, but ground beef works too
    $800 22
The regional capital of Lombardy is this city, home to La Scala
    $800 27
In 1986 7 million Americans from coast to coast united these at the behest of USA for Africa
    $800 9
Many books were handmade by monks in the Middle Ages, like this brightened type of manuscript
    DD: $1,400 17
There are books called these "of Style", "of Editing" & "of Grammar"
    $800 2
This "Too Tall" Tennessee State defensive end was drafted No. 1 overall in 1974
    $1200 13
We're just mad about using a little saffron in this dish whose name comes from the Italian for "rice"
    $1200 23
The alliance known as the Lombard League was formed in 1167 to combat this red-bearded Holy Roman Emperor
    $1200 28
Since the 1871 Franco-Prussian War , Lorraine & this province have been treated as a unit
    $1200 10
Dominican Fra Bartolommeo painted the portrait of this philosopher, author of "Summa Theologica"
    $1200 18
A Eugene O'Neill play finds "Desire Under" these
    $1200 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.) In 1967, this bench provided support but little warmth to players of the Ice Bowl, the NFL's coldest championship game at this stadium
    $1600 14
In 1958 Vince Domenico mixed a dry chicken soup mix with rice & vermicelli & created this brand
    $1600 24
An Italian resort on Lombardy's Lake Como shares this name with a Vegas hotel
    $1600 11
Raise a glass of liqueur to friar Giovanni da Fiesole, known for devout frescoes & nicknamed this
    $1600 19
In the play "Arsenic and Old Lace", the poison is administered in this fruity wine
    $1600 4
In his first 10 seasons, 1998-2007, this Viking-Raider-Patriot amassed more than 12,000 receiving yards
    $2000 15
This type of rice gets its name from the Hindi word for "fragrant"
    $2000 25
The Ticino, a tributary of this river, forms part of the border between Lombardy & Piedmont
    $2000 12
In the work seen here, Benedictine monk Don Giulio Clovio shows the conversion of this saint
    $2000 20
It's a person's manner of speaking in public, perhaps eloquently
    $2000 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.) Jim Thorpe's classmates in the first group inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame included this red-haired Bears running back of the '20s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Victoria Andrew
$12,400 $20,200 $10,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Molly, the wife in this 1922 novel, represents a modern-day Penelope

Final scores:

Michael Victoria Andrew
$24,400 $24,900 $20,799
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,900 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Victoria Andrew
$12,400 $15,000 $10,400
15 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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Game tape date: 2008-11-05
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