Show #5743 - Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Stefan Goodreau game 3.


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Nina Sudhakar, a paralegal originally from Cheshire, Connecticut

Marty Moran, a property manager from Chicago, Illinois

Stefan Goodreau, a video game tester and camp counselor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,934)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In "Gulliver's Travels", the sizes in this land are reduced to 1/12
    $200 4
After this actor is bitten in the 1994 film "Wolf", he marks his territory all over James Spader
    $200 9
In 1912 Heinrich Schliemann's grandson Paul claimed falsely that he had proof of finding this "lost continent"
    $200 24
This 4'10" author began her epic in 1926 after an injury; David O. Selznick bought the rights & the rest is history
    $200 14
2, 3 or this number means you rolled craps, so give up the dice already
    $200 19
It's Harvard's school color
    $400 2
"Paradise Lost" calls him "The goodliest man of men since born his sons"
    $400 7
The title of this Stephen King movie also refers to a traditional projectile used against werewolves
    $400 10
Former astronaut James Irwin launched several expeditions in hopes of finding this on Mount Ararat
    $400 25
While on the run in the 1930s, this 4'10" bank robber sent poetry & photos of her & Clyde to newspapers
    $400 17
In Yahtzee if you lose a pair of the dice you need to play, you're left with this many
    $400 20
You might blush as red as this plant of the goosefoot family that has an edible red root
    $600 3
Beowulf, prince of the Geats of southern Sweden, sails off to this country to fight the monster Grendel
    $600 8
In "Underworld 3" the werewolves are called these, & they're on the "rise"
    $600 11
CNN reported in 2008 that ruins in Jordan could be the long-sought mines of this king
    $600 26
This 4'9" actress won an Oscar for only her second film, "The Year of Living Dangerously"
    $600 18
Roll your pair of dice & land on Luxury Tax on a classic Monopoly board & you lose this much cash
    $600 21
The name of this gem precedes "throated hummingbird", as seen here
    $800 5
This one of the "Little Women" marries Professor Bhaer, whom she met while living in a boardinghouse
    $800 15
When David--yeah, the Dr. Pepper guy--gets bit on the English moors, he turns into the title monster in this 1981 film
    $800 12
He heard Bimini held the Fountain of Youth; sadly, he thought Florida was Bimini & died from an Indian attack
    $800 27
Though not tall, this future Secy. of State made a big impression in 1993 as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
    $800 29
If your toss of the dice couldn't knock off the last number on this game show that I once hosted, you lost
    $800 22
This shade of red whose name includes a building block has been a Crayola color since 1949
    $1000 6
In "The Scarlet Letter" her daughter is Pearl, quite the little gem
    $1000 16
Patrick MacNee is no Avenger as his werewolf colony terrorizes Dee Wallace in this 1981 classic
    $1000 13
Antonio de Mendoza, viceroy of New Spain, sent Coronado to find the Seven Cities of this golden land; he didn't
    $1000 28
In 1928 this diminutive daughter of an Albanian grocer joined the Sisters of Loretto in Ireland
    $1000 30
If your man is on this 3-letter place in backgammon, your dice roll must correspond to an open point or your turn is lost
    DD: $500 23
This shade of scarlet gets its name from the Latin for "worm"

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

Stefan Marty Nina
$1,000 $3,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stefan Marty Nina
$5,400 $4,400 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
It's been parading under the name Iran since 1935
    $400 16
This nickname for Madonna came from the title of a 1985 hit that peaked at No. 2
    $400 8
It's the lowest common multiple of 3 & 7
    $400 6
This type of writing system evolved for the purpose of taking dictation
    $400 28
The Emperor species of this cold-water bird dives deeper than any other bird, up to 1,800 feet
    $400 1
It's made from the nectar of flowers
    $800 29
Today it's Belize, but from its colonial days until 1973 it was British this
    $800 17
Cyndi Lauper had fun in 1984 with this, her first of 8 Top 10 hits & the only one to stop at No. 2
    $800 9
It's the lowest common multiple of 22 & 44
    $800 7
Seen here, it's usually heard
    $800 27
This tall shrub is prized for the reddish dye obtained from its leaves that's used to color hair
    $800 2
Now meaning a bunch of hooey, it was originally garbage fed to pigs
    $1200 23
When it was renamed Ethiopia, this name was wiped from the map
    $1200 18
Doris Day might have said "Que Sera Sera" when the song with this English title stopped at No. 2 in 1956
    $1200 10
It's the lowest common multiple of 5 & 14
    $1200 13
The word for "alphabet" is seen here in this alphabet, in use since the 5th century B.C.
    $1200 26
Leaf-cutter ants cut leaves to use in underground gardens, where they grow these chlorophyll-lacking organisms
    $1200 3
In 1944 inventor Erno Rubik first twisted & turned to life in this country
    $1600 21
At the height of its power in the late 1800s, it occupied more than half of Germany, including the northern 2/3
    $1600 19
In 1957 he went "All The Way" to No. 2 with that hit from his movie "The Joker is Wild"
    $1600 11
It's the lowest common multiple of 9 & 12
    $1600 14
The Hittites borrowed this wedgy alphabetic system from the Babylonians; hope they gave it back
    DD: $6,000 25
It's the only cetacean that habitually feeds on warm-blooded aquatic mammals
    $1600 4
Concentrated hemp resin that lent its name to the assassins of the Middle Ages
    DD: $1,400 22
At the time it merged with another African country in 1964, it was the world's last country alphabetically
    $2000 20
This Blood, Sweat & Tears song says, "What goes up must come down"; it went up to No. 2, then went back down
    $2000 12
It's the lowest common multiple of 3, 4 & 5
    $2000 15
Despite its name, it's also used in a wide region of Asia & Africa
    $2000 24
This New World snake with a French name injects enough venom in one bite to kill several humans
    $2000 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Plaza de Quintana in Spain.) Here, at the Plaza de Quintana, one of the main portals into the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is only opened during one of these years, also known as the jubilee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stefan Marty Nina
$22,000 $14,400 $300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

His letter accepting his nomination concluded, "Let us have peace", which became the GOP campaign slogan

Final scores:

Stefan Marty Nina
$28,801 $27,900 $267
3-day champion: $65,735 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stefan Marty Nina
$22,600 $10,000 $800
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
4 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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Game tape date: 2009-03-31
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