Show #5836 - Monday, January 18, 2010

Jason Zollinger game 5.


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Fideleon Damian, a Ph.D. student in history originally from San Francisco, California

Kathy Braue, an accountant from New London, Connecticut

Jason Zollinger, an engine assembler from South Dayton, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $86,404)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the musical, of course.)
    $200 1
Dear Sir Lancelot: Arthur's gone grailing. Meet me under the round table after matins. XXO, this queen
    $200 3
Mufasa &
    $200 20
Soap & such:
Crabtree & ____
    $200 8
Having more zinc per serving than any other food may be why these shellfish are said to improve one's love life
    $200 10
He debuted in "A Study in Scarlet", joining the protagonist in bachelor lodgings on Baker Street
    $200 15
The playground bully will stop twisting vour arm as soon as you "say" this--or so he says
    $400 2
Dear Sir Paul: Please please me! I've loved you ever since you headlined this NYC stadium in 1965
    $400 4
Bernardo &
    $400 21
Italian clothes for men & women:
A/X ____ Exchange
    $400 9
Vegetarians have to be careful to get enough zinc; these items, big at Halloween time, help make sure they do
    $400 11
Sidekick to an imaginative 6-year-old, this comic strip tiger gets his name from a British philosopher
    $400 16
Dairy farmers say thanks for this mammary gland of bovines
    $600 5
Dear Sir Robert Walpole: You're first in my heart, just as you were Britain's first of these back in 1721
    $600 28
Sky Masterson &
Nathan Detroit
    $600 27
Island-inspired wear:
____ Bahama
    $600 23
The "Two scoops!" on boxes of this doesn't refer to zinc, but it's a good source anyway
    $600 12
Smee, a sidekick of this handicaptain, had a cutlass named "Johnny Corkscrew"
    $600 17
It's his business to embalm you when the time comes
    $800 6
Dear Sir Arthur Harris: I thrill at how you led part of this military branch during WWII; May I call you "Bomber"?
    $800 29
Leo Bloom &
Max Bialystock
    $800 26
Fashion for today's woman:
____ Studio
    $800 24
This cheese in the dish seen here helps prevent night blindness. How, you ask? Why, by maintaining your zinc levels
    $800 14
Introduced in a 1605 novel, he's the sidekick seen here with his eccentric boss
    DD: $1,000 18
This word for a perfect world comes from a 1516 book
    $1000 7
Oh, Sir Percy Marling! My heart races to hear how you saved a wounded comrade in the Sudan, winning this medal
    $1000 30
Cap'n Andy &
Magnolia Hawks Ravenal
    $1000 22
Refined casual clothes:
____ + Osa
    $1000 25
Chicken has lots of zinc and so does this edible pod plant with a fowl name
    $1000 13
This CIA officer who often teamed with James Bond was introduced by Ian Fleming in 1953
    $1000 19
German prefix for "beyond", "over" or "super"

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

Jason Kathy Fideleon
$3,000 $1,400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Kathy Fideleon
$4,400 $5,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...because he rules a country that is different from the other two.)
    $400 5
This U.S. territory is home to the War in the Pacific National Historical Park
    $400 2
The classic board game Clue features this professor
    $400 4
Henry VII,
Louis XIV,
Richard III
    $400 16
When buying a digital camera, check the optical zoom number, an indicator of the quality of this part
    $400 11
The "Freeway Series" pits these 2 West Coast baseball teams against each other
    $400 22
In compound words, this body part precedes print & tack
    $800 6
Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, lies along the Hooghly River, a channel of this river
    $800 25
Steve Breen wrote a kids' book rhymingly titled this girl "the Pilot"
    $800 3
Frederick the Great,
Ivan the Terrible,
Peter the Great
    $800 17
Problems with video cards? Make sure you've got the latest of these, often with the extension .drv
    $800 12
"The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" is the football game between Georgia & the U. of this neighboring state
    $800 23
Spelled one way it's a small, official seal for documents; spelled another, it's a young swan
    $1200 7
Not surprisingly the main airport in this Italian port city is named for Christopher Columbus
    $1200 24
The name of this purple birthstone comes from the Greek for "not intoxicated"
    $1200 1
Edward I,
Oskar I,
Gustav I
    $1200 18
For TVs, 1080 is a measurement of this; it may be followed by "i" or by "p", which is preferred but probably pricier
    $1200 13
Played in this U.K. country, the Premier League rivalry between Celtic & the Rangers is called "the Old Firm"
    DD: $2,400 27
Merriam-Webster's New Words of 2007 included this one for a soap opera south of the border
    $1600 19
After nearly 200 years of Russian & Soviet rule, this country regained its independence in 1991
    $1600 26
A Whitman poem begins, "When" these "last in the dooryard bloom'd"
    $1600 10
Frederick III,
Nicholas II,
Wilhelm II
    $1600 20
Want to watch your TV when you're not home? Get this "box", like the Solo, & make sure you have broadband access
    $1600 14
Writer Steve Rushin said the hockey rivalry between Boston U. & this school was the biggest in all of sports
    $1600 28
From the Latin for "former", this word meaning pure & untouched is often used to describe a mountain or lake
    $2000 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Alex Haley traced his roots back to Kunta Kinte, an ancestor from this tiny African country here on the coast
    $2000 30
Eggplant also goes by this French name
    $2000 8
Carloman II,
Ferdinand VII,
Juan Carlos I
    DD: $2,200 21
This Apple Leopard application helps you find deleted documents & restore them, but watch out for the Morlocks!
    $2000 15
When playing against hated North Carolina in NCAA hoops, the Cameron Crazies of this school get loud
    $2000 29
To improve or perfect, it also means to sharpen on a whetstone

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Kathy Fideleon
$17,000 $13,400 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A theory of the origin & spread of humankind is called this, also the title of an Oscar-winning movie of the 1980s

Final scores:

Jason Kathy Fideleon
$26,801 $5,998 $0
5-day champion: $113,205 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Kathy Fideleon
$18,000 $13,200 $10,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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Game tape date: 2009-12-01
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