Show #5837 - Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Jason Zollinger game 6.


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Dan Campbell, a fiddler from Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Christine Havens, a parish administrator from Waterloo, Iowa

Jason Zollinger, an engine assembler from South Dayton, New York (whose 5-day cash winnings total $113,205)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It's the official language of Oman
    $200 6
He was the lead Stooge & had a bowl haircut
    $200 8
More than 5 billion little green houses have been constructed for this board game since it was introduced in 1935
    $200 10
Deers are the only animals with bones called these; in most species, only the males have them
    $200 22
The Chevy SUV named for this lake on the California-Nevada border comes in a police interceptor model
    $200 17
U-boot is a German word for this
    $400 2
Oman's major export is this, discovered there in 1964
    $400 7
Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! This Stooge's real first name was Jerome
    $400 26
This game has a spinner with sections for right foot, right hand, left foot & left hand
    $400 11
Domesticated deer, notably the Laplanders' this, produce milk, leather & a beef-like meat; ho ho ho!
    $400 23
The Special Service Package version of this maker's Expedition SUV is designed for law enforcement agencies
    $400 18
This -ia can be a disparaging term for an area away from the city center, populated by bourgeois lawn mower riders
    $600 3
75% of Omanis practice the Ibahdi branch of this religion
    $600 9
An accomplished violinist, he's the middle Stooge seen here
    $600 28
This cheeky, fussy little engine seen here is based on a real British train
    $600 14
It made zoological news in 2008 when Asian mouse deer were seen escaping predators by this means of locomotion
    $600 24
Havis Inc. makes adaptor kits (with bowls & water dishes) for SUVs used by these alphanumeric police units
    $600 19
A company that is completely controlled by another company
    $800 4
Oman borders Yemen, Saudi Arabia & this "United" country
    DD: $2,600 12
This form of physical comedy associated with the Stooges once referred to a physical object to smack actors
    $800 29
Betty James named a classic toy this, a word meaning "stealthy, sleek & sinuous"
    $800 15
A male one of this 3-letter deer can check in between 700 & 1,100 pounds
    $800 25
The U.S. Border Patrol has used the H1 & H2 models of this SUV line
    $800 20
12-letter word meaning beneath the epidermis
    $1000 5
As Oman's head of state, Qabus ibn Sa'id holds this monarchal title
    $1000 13
Slowly I turned... Step by step... to face this romantic spot where the Stooges go to in "Gents Without Cents"
    $1000 30
Ms. Birdy will help if you adopt these plush pets with secret codes for use on the Internet
    $1000 16
It's the Western Alaskan deer family member seen here
    $1000 27
Some of this gov.'s odd comings & goings in June 2009 were in a South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division SUV
    $1000 21
A large self-contained landmass, like India

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Jason Christine Dan
$7,200 $1,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Christine Dan
$12,200 $200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
In 1884 the Central Labor Union selected the first Monday in this month for their "workingmen's holiday"
    $400 9
A runner must be on base for one of these violations to be called on the pitcher
    $400 7
This Norse god was known as Alfadir or Allfather
    $400 19
It's suggested to eat snacks known as mezedes while consuming this traditional anise-tinged Greek aperitif
    $400 14
An elaborate meal well prepared & greatly enjoyed
    $400 26
These 2 beastly symbols are used to describe advancing & declining stock markets
    $800 3
This president's second inaugural address was 135 words long; he had us at "Fellow citizens"
    $800 10
(Kelly of the Clue Crew jumps to it.) While flatfooted, reach your arm up & make a mark, then hop as high as you can & mark the wall at your apex; the difference between the two numbers is this sporting ability
    $800 1
Our word for the underworld is derived from this 3-letter Norse goddess who presided there
    $800 20
This 190-proof grain alcohol shares its name with a "Wonderful" Art Alexakis rock band
    $800 15
It was the capital city of the former German Democratic Republic
    $800 27
It's the income from your investment, or a triangular street sign
    $1200 4
The 1914 Bryan-Chamorro Treaty gave the U.S. the right to build a canal across this country NW of Panama
    $1200 11
Grass court tennis favors this 3-word technique because the ball stays low, making it tough on the receiver
    $1200 8
Skoll & Fenrir, both this type of fierce canine, will cause mayhem at Ragnarok, the end of the cosmos
    $1200 21
This tequila relative can make you see things, but isn't the same as the similarly spelled hallucinogen
    $1200 16
Madame de Beaumont's classic tale "La belle et la bete" is known as this in English
    $1200 28
If you invest in a "CD" down at the bank, it's not music, but one of these
    DD: $6,000 5
1967 saw the amendment on presidential succession pass & this future V.P. become governor of Maryland
    $1600 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an animated hockey rink diagram on the monitor.) In hockey, this infraction that sounds like a football penalty occurs when an attacker crosses the blue line before the puck
    $1600 24
Ymir, the first being of the Norse pantheon, wasn't human, but rather one of these, like Goliath
    DD: $2,000 22
From the Latin for "wormwood", it can be 68% alcohol by volume
    $1600 17
One of the statues excavated by Thor Heyerdahl here is more than 30 feet tall
    $1600 29
From the Latin for "year", it's an investment or retirement fund that pays out yearly
    $2000 6
William McGuffey compiled his first one in 1836
    $2000 13
This dexterous type of dribble seen in the NBA also refers to a movie or song that has broad appeal
    $2000 25
Volsung saga hero Sigurd rode through a ring of fire to free this warrior princess from her charmed sleep
    $2000 23
A town from Italy's Veneto region shares a name with this strong brandy made from the pomace of a wine press
    $2000 18
Charles & Maximillian Fleischmann started marketing this around 1870
    $2000 30
To determine a company's performance before you invest, check out its P/E ratio, this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Christine Dan
$28,200 $10,600 $5,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only 1-word U.S. state that contains the entire name, in order, of another state

Final scores:

Jason Christine Dan
$35,199 $10,000 $11,100
6-day champion: $148,404 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Christine Dan
$22,000 $10,200 $5,600
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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Game tape date: 2009-12-01
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