Show #5616 - Monday, January 26, 2009

Matt Kohlstedt game 6.


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Melinda Hautala, an arts administrator from Lexington, Kentucky

Keith Costigan, a teacher from Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania

Matt Kohlstedt, a graduate student originally from La Grange, Illinois (whose 5-day cash winnings total $77,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The reconstructed birthplace of this pres., known as "Teedie" when he lived there, is on E. 20th St. in NYC
    $200 1
He's the NHL's all-time leader in goals with 894; No. 2 checks in with 801
    $200 16
It's okay to use this 4-letter word for a group of people or relatives, even if they aren't Scottish
    $200 26
This beer company was started in 1984 by Jim Koch, not the patriot-brewer of the Revolutionary War
    $200 11
There are 360 in a circle
    $200 21
2-word literary term for when a character gets his just deserts in an especially appropriate way
    $400 7
A fine collection of Haida & Tlingit totem poles was toted to Sitka National Historic Park in this state
    $400 2
In 2003 he won an Emmy for his work on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
    $400 17
That's right, good buddy--it's a group of ships or vehicles traveling together with a protective escort
    $400 27
This beer company was one of the first to use pasteurization & the first to make Lite beer
    $400 12
Your professional life, hopefully a distinguished one
    $400 22
Chekhov said a story shouldn't include unnecessary stuff--if one of these appears, it better go off
    $600 8
Make a "pilgrim"age to this New England town to visit the 1627 English village re-created there
    $600 3
He billed himself as Duke Morrison for the 1929 film "Words and Music"
    $600 18
This term for a small group of musicians like a jazz band sounds like a fast food meal
    $600 28
During prohibition this Golden, Colorado company switched to selling malted milk
    $600 13
A Cretan or a Spartan
    $600 23
It's the fancy Frenchified name for the resolution of a story's plot following the climax
    $800 9
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, VA.) Residents of Williamsburg's lavish Governor's Palace included this famous orator, the first governor of Virginia after independence
    $800 4
As Wayne Campbell, this actor said, "Garth, marriage is punishment for shoplifting in some countries"
    $800 19
Like the legislature of Great Britain, a group of owls is called this
    DD: $1,000 29
Adolphus sold brewing supplies & Eberhard was his best customer; their last names became this beer company's name
    $800 14
Type of birth where the baby's feet come out first
    $800 24
When the audience knows something that one of the characters doesn't, it's dramatic this, isn't it?
    $1000 10
Splendors of the Gilded Age adorn the Lightner Museum, once a Gilded Age hotel in this oldest Florida city
    $1000 5
This author of self-help books like "Change Your Thoughts--Change Your Life" is a regular guest of Ellen DeGeneres
    $1000 20
It's the 12-letter word for an assembly of people who worship together at a temple or church
    $1000 30
Produced in California & made without ice, steam beer has become a trademark of this San Francisco brewery
    $1000 15
Winnie-the-Pooh's buddy with a gloomy view of life
    $1000 25
It was Hitchcock's term for a plot element (like stolen microfilm) whose sole purpose is to advance the story

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

Matt Keith Melinda
$1,200 $4,600 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Keith Melinda
$2,800 $5,600 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give us the baseball equivalent of each Latin phrase we give you.)
    $400 26
This title character is actually the daughter of King Amonasro of Ethiopia
    $400 6
The hijackers in "The Delta Force" didn't reckon with this man as Major McCoy--Mike Huckabee could have warned them
    $400 1
    $400 11
Scotland's largest city, it was also the middle name of Admiral David Farragut
    $400 16
The name of this Saudi Arabian city has come to mean any place to which people of a common interest are drawn
    $400 21
In 1989 Fleischmann & Pons claimed they'd found a "cold" way to start this process--nope
    $800 27
Donizetti's this woman "di Lammermoor" was based on Walter Scott's "The Bride of Lammermoor"
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Navy Amphibious Base in Coronado, CA.) The SEALs remain all male, despite this movie in which Demi Moore makes it through SEAL training & a Libyan rescue mission
    $800 2
    $800 12
Colin Powell & a slain civil rights leader share this middle name
    $800 17
In France a woman from Utrecht or Delft is called this, like a classic sauce
    $800 22
A Berkeley physicist claimed he'd discovered no. 118 of these--nope again
    $1200 28
The title of this opera refers to Minnie, keeper of the Polka Saloon in 1850 California
    $1200 8
Army Rangers' struggles in this country are depicted in "Black Hawk Down"
    DD: $2,000 3
Pila quarta
    $1200 13
Born November 27, 1957, she was given the middle name Bouvier
    $1200 18
Finishing an object with glossy black lacquer isn't called Iranning or Sudanning, but this
    $1200 23
Korea's Woo-Suk Hwang faked a 2004 breakthrough in getting these mighty medical things from cloned embryos
    $1600 29
How convenient--the title character of this Puccini opera is an opera singer
    $1600 9
In "Tears of the Sun", special ops tough guy Bruce Willis tries to help a physician from this organization
    $1600 4
    $1600 14
Appropriately, this vitamin C advocate had the middle initial C, which stood for Carl
    $1600 19
The fabric muslin gets its name from this third-largest city in Iraq
    $1600 24
In 2001 Hendrik Schön claimed to have created a molecule-sized one of these semiconductors-- bad Hendrik!
    $2000 30
In this Verdi opera Violetta Valery is a fallen woman who has a touch of consumption
    $2000 10
In "Navy SEALs" Charlie Sheen & Michael Biehn try to get these SAMs back from the wrong hands
    $2000 5
Extra ludum es!
    $2000 15
Charles Lindbergh's parents could have chosen Octavian but gave him this exalted middle name
    DD: $2,000 20
Named for where Yugoslavia used to be, it's the process of fragmenting into smaller political units
    $2000 25
No one knows who planted this fossilized "man" in an English dig, setting the study of evolution back decades

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Keith Melinda
$6,800 $14,400 $4,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He wrote, "The mason singing... the boatman... the hatter... singing what belongs to him or her and to none else"

Final scores:

Matt Keith Melinda
$9,201 $14,800 $9,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Keith Melinda
$6,800 $14,400 $6,400
20 R,
6 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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Game tape date: 2008-11-18
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