Show #5632 - Tuesday, February 17, 2009


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Lane Galloway, a software development director from Seattle, Washington

Annette Meier, a high school science teacher from Nederland, Texas

Dan Smith, a student from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $33,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Louise Brown, the first human conceived by in vitro fertilization, is better known as the 1st this "baby"
    $200 21
Richard Gere was lawyer Billy Flynn, who gets his clients acquitted with a little "Razzle Dazzle", in this musical film
    $200 26
On Guyana's coat of arms, a white shield is bordered by 2 of these felines, the largest cat in the New World
    $200 9
I found this "animal" market is characterized by falling prices for securities (now I need to learn what that means)
    $200 1
"Title" for Conrad's Jim
    $200 4
"Roy G. Biv" is a mnemonic for the 7 colors of this
    $400 17
In 1853 Charles Gerhardt buffered salicylic acid, creating acetylsalicylic acid, later marketed as this
    $400 22
Gere romanced Debra Winger while attending Navy flight school in this favorite from 1982
    $400 27
Due to a strong Viking element in its history, the Isle of Man has this black bird on its shield along with a falcon
    $400 10
Yes, I was picturing the scene here before I found this term meant an ex-CEO's sweet benefits
    $400 2
Instrument "of Orpheus" in a Robertson Davies title
    $400 5
"India's big, but Africa's bigger, the same as their" these animals, "easy to figure"
    $600 18
In the 1950s Peter Safar developed this emergency procedure to maintain airway, breathing & circulation
    $600 23
The tagline for this 1980 movie in which Gere played a male escort was "His business is pleasure!"
    $600 28
The center of Armenia's coat of arms features this mountain, its national symbol; oh, & there's a boat on its peak
    $600 11
It means a trip to work (like I do on a scooter) or to make a penalty less severe (like Bush did to a guy named Scooter)
    $600 3
Title adjective for Fitzgerald's "Tycoon"
    $600 6
"R'n'B" will help you remember how to set up these pieces from left to right on a chessboard
    $800 19
In the 1940s Pearl Kendrick helped develop the DTP vaccine providing protection against this, tetanus & pertussis
    $800 24
Hoping to recapture the success of "Pretty Woman", this 1999 rom-com reteamed Richard & Julia Roberts
    $800 29
The region of Transylvania is represented on this nation's coat of arms by an eagle & 7 towers
    $800 12
I already knew this word meant dog doctor or ex-war soldier; who knew it meant to check for validity?
    DD: $1,000 14
"Wayside Inn" tale spinner
    $800 7
"MMVENUSJ" is a mnemonic for the size of these, from smallest to largest (it recently lost its "P")
    $1000 20
In 1866 Dr. Thomas Allbutt was all brain when he invented a 6-inch one of these; safer fluids have replaced mercury
    $1000 25
Diane Lane cheats on hubby Richard Gere with French hottie Olivier Martinez in this 2002 thriller
    $1000 30
Its national coat of arms features Montevideo Hill with a fortress on top symbolizing strength
    $1000 13
A Marxist stage before communism, this is government control over the economy; I thought it meant friendliness
    $1000 15
The White Queen's "floral" daughter in "Through the Looking-Glass"
    $1000 8
"The squaw on the hippopotamus is equal to the sum of the squaws on the other 2 sides" is for this guy's theorem

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

Dan Annette Lane
$1,800 $0 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Annette Lane
$6,600 $1,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Vaughan Williams composed his "Old Hundredth Psalm Tune" for her 1953 coronation
    $400 6
In a Rolling Stones song, "a Siamese cat of a girl" was "Under" this
    $400 10
The art of murals was revived by Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco & David Alfaro Siqueiros of this country
    $400 21
Dominator, the longest "floorless" one of these in the world, opened at Kings Dominion in 2008
    $400 15
To steal livestock, especially cattle
    $400 26
Both sides suffered more than 20,000 casualties at this July 1-3, 1863 battle
    $800 2
He composed the familiar piece of music heard here
    $800 7
In The Who's song "Pinball Wizard", the title gamer has "such a supple" this
    $800 11
Toothy smiles were rare before Elisabeth-Louise Vigee-LeBrun, who was famous for her portraits of this French queen
    $800 22
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Williamsburg.) In 1946 these 2 leaders who had been instrumental in ending WWII relaxed over drinks here at the Williamsburg Inn
    $800 16
A building for locomotive repair, or a big, wide boxing punch
    $800 27
1,000 British & 450 Americans were killed or wounded at the June 1775 battle at this elevated Mass. place
    $1200 3
Nicknamed "Papa", he was the "Father of the Symphony", having written 104 of them
    $1200 8
Steve Perry of Journey came to us with these, "nothing to hide, believe what I say"
    DD: $4,000 12
In art, the goddess Diana is usually represented holding this weapon
    $1200 23
On Sept. 17, 2008--Constitution Day--folks celebrated the architectural restoration of Montpelier, the home of this pres.
    $1200 17
Proverbially, when you cross this Italian river, you've taken an irrevocable step
    $1200 28
On June 28, 1914 Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in this city, later the host of the 1984 Winter Olympics
    $1600 4
Each of his "Four Seasons" is accompanied by a poem that he presumably wrote as well
    $1600 9
In a 1975 hit the rock group America just couldn't "live without" this tressed girl
    $1600 13
2 panels of the Ghent altarpiece by these brothers, Jan & Hubert, were stolen in 1934; only one has been recovered
    $1600 24
In 2006 a replica of the Godspeed embarked on an 80-day sail before returning to her home berth in this settlement
    DD: $2,000 18
Tom Wolfe placed this word before "chic" to describe patronage of extremists by famous people
    $1600 29
In March 1954 it was 50,000 Viet Minh vs. 13,000 French soldiers at the base built around this 3-word village
    $2000 5
After visiting a gypsy encampment, he composed a series of rhapsodies including the one heard here
    $2000 20
Fats Waller chimes that he's "mad at you, 'cause" these are "too big"
    $2000 14
This -ism used for the work of mid-16th c. artists like Pontormo & Tintoretto was originally derogatory
    $2000 25
In 1990 he took office as the USA's first elected African-American governor; in 2005 he became mayor of Richmond
    $2000 19
It means having no pity or compassion, or perhaps arriving without "the Babe"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Annette Lane
$16,200 $6,000 $13,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1945 Mr. & Mrs. Shoen founded it after no one locally would rent them a trailer for their move from L.A. to Portland

Final scores:

Dan Annette Lane
$20,399 $12,000 $16,600
2-day champion: $54,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Annette Lane
$16,200 $6,000 $13,800
19 R,
1 W
7 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2008-12-03
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