Show #5646 - Monday, March 9, 2009


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Barry Petchesky, a journalist from New York, New York

Dana Sause, a logistics manager originally from Wallingford, Connecticut

Inta Antler, a retired computer programmer from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Ratified on March 29, the 23rd Amendment granted this U.S. district the right to vote in pres. elections
    $200 16
First names of the 2 celebrity dolls in the Barbie collector series seen here
    $200 18
Coke cans are an average 60% recycled this metal
    $200 26
Most shrimp have 19 pairs of jointed these, feelers & other appendages, & like ZZ Top said, they know how to use them
    $200 7
silver dollar
    $200 2
Before a sports event, many have this type of party, where food & drink are served right from the back of the car
    $400 12
On March 1 this helpful corps was created by presidential executive order
    $400 17
Barbie's last name, which may remind you of another "pretty woman"
    $400 19
Tuflex flooring, made of this, is popular in gyms & weight rooms
    $400 27
Many small shrimp eat this tiny drifting aquatic organism, also a rival restaurant owner on "SpongeBob"
    $400 8
    $400 3
Get a load of this transport seen here; see how it stacks up
    $600 13
A bunch of Cuban exiles showed up unannounced here on April 17
    $600 22
Depicted here, Barbie first ran for president in this year; is she inside that lockbox Gore was talking about?
    $600 20
(Kelly of the Clue Crew demonstrates an archaic measurement.) An ell was once the length from one shoulder to the fingers of the opposite hand, reflecting the practice of merchants measuring this product
    $600 28
Large or jumbo species of shrimp are often called this; one is seen here
    $600 9
Wiener schnitzel,
    $600 4
If something is tasty enough to make you salivate, it's this 13-letter adjective
    $800 14
On May 5 he rocketed into space from Cape Canaveral
    $800 23
Ahoy! She's Barbie's sister introduced in 1964
    $800 21
Many of George Segal's lifelike sculptures, such as "Hot Dog Stand", are made from this of Paris
    $800 29
The only way a shrimp can grow is to go through this process of shedding its shell & growing a new one
    $800 10
prosciutto, Westphalian
    DD: $1,000 5
The part of a racetrack farthest from the grandstand, or what you might do to limber up your lumbar region
    $1000 15
Launching a 4-book series, John Updike published this novel in 1961
    $1000 24
This creator of Barbie is seen here with her daughter & inspiration Barbara
    $1000 25
Instead of sand, many Cancun beaches are of this reef material, so your feet stay cool
    $1000 30
A shrimp's head & thorax are fused & covered by an overhanging shell called this; turtles have them, too
    $1000 11
    $1000 6
It's the meteorological phenomenon seen here

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

Inta Dana Barry
$2,200 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Inta Dana Barry
$3,600 $4,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Tahiti is part of the 130-island group called French this
    $400 26
Alexandra Pauline Cohen uses this first name, the Ukrainian nickname for Alexandra
    $400 18
He worked as a copywriter for Time magazine &, in his spare time, wrote the novel "Catch-22"
    $400 13
To take care of kids while their parents are out for the night
    $400 11
In 1884 Hiram Maxim made the first really effective fully automatic one of these killing machines
    $400 1
In 2007 a judge ruled that a Santa Barbara newspaper had illegally fired workers for trying to join this
    $800 7
Named for one of the country's early prime ministers, Fox Glacier is found on this nation's South Island
    $800 27
While racking up U.S. championships year after year, she settled for Olympic silver in 1998 & bronze in 2002
    $800 19
A girl is cursed with the "gift" of obedience in the novel titled her "Enchanted"
    $800 14
It's the body cavity containing the stomach, intestines, etc.
    $800 12
He started producing spirits in 1858, & his name is now on a line of brandy & liqueurs
    $800 2
This final payment is often 1 or 2 weeks' pay per year of service
    $1200 8
Cornelius Houtman established Dutch trade from Java to this island off Africa, 4th-largest in the world
    $1200 28
This skater known for her hairstyle bought the Ice Capades in 1993 but sold it 2 years later
    $1200 20
This Indianapolis-born author's drawings can be seen in his books "Slaughterhouse-Five" & "Breakfast of Champions"
    $1200 15
Collective term for the leaves of trees, particularly in the fall
    $1200 23
Hiram Powers's "The Greek Slave", seen here, caused a sensation in the 1850s, & this woman wrote a sonnet about it
    $1200 3
Douglas MacArthur is among those who've been fired for this, disobedient resistance to authority
    DD: $3,100 9
To visit this windy South American plateau, you may want to bring a Synchilla jacket from the company of the same name
    $1600 29
She was the only American to win an Olympic gold medal at the 1968 Winter Games in Grenoble
    $1600 21
He received international fame in 1878 for his story about Daisy Miller, an American flirt in Europe
    DD: $2,000 16
"Wilkommen" to this type of supper club, from the Old French for "small room"
    $1600 24
Musician Hiram King Williams (1923-1953) was better known as this
    $1600 4
From the Latin for "end", this word often follows "wrongful"
    $2000 10
The Princess Ragnhild Coast is part of this Antarctic land named for a Norwegian queen
    $2000 30
Born to Polish parents in Philadelphia, she became the youngest world champion in 1997 at age 14
    $2000 22
In this Ernest Gaines novel set in the '40s, Grant Wiggins must teach an innocent man on death row to die like a man
    $2000 17
(Kelly of the Clue Crew displays an equation on the monitor.) If "a" is a real number, & "a" is not equal to zero, then the equation here demonstrates this property of multiplication
    $2000 25
Teddy Roosevelt & Hiram Johnson got more votes than the Republicans as the 1912 ticket of this forward-looking party
    $2000 5
The 2008 firing of the Oakland Raiders' coach was "for" this, meaning coach doesn't get the rest of the money

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Inta Dana Barry
$8,800 $11,400 $6,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The life story of this man who died in 1801 was chronicled in an A&E biography DVD titled "Triumph and Treason"

Final scores:

Inta Dana Barry
$12,500 $17,610 $11,800
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $17,610 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Inta Dana Barry
$8,600 $11,400 $11,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
20 R,
3 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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Game tape date: 2009-01-27
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