Show #5902 - Tuesday, April 20, 2010


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Rick Reed, an electrical engineer from Charlottesville, Virginia

Amy Wilson, a creative writing and women's studies student originally from Portland, Oregon

Ken Starnes, a telecommunications consultant from Little Rock, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The letter I will be the only vowel you will find in each correct response. It may appear once, maybe more than once.)
    $200 1
Jumping Bull was the father of this more sedentary Native American chief
    $200 13
They had the best regular-season record, 103-59
    $200 6
While robbing a West Virginia home, a man logged into this social network site but did not log out
    $200 15
For Civil War works, winners of an award from Gettysburg College receive $50,000 & a bust of him
    $200 11
The first cake mix from "her" brand was ginger cake
    $200 23
First name of P.I.-portraying actor Powell, or slang for a detective
    $400 2
Originally called Curly, this "mad" guy was the battlefield leader during the Sioux Wars of resistance in the 1870s
    $400 14
Shortly after coming back from a 50-game suspension, this Dodger hit a pinch-hit grand slam to beat the Reds
    $400 7
An Indiana man made a 2009 run for the county border, leading a 90-mph chase only to stop at this fast food place for a burrito
    $400 16
In 1901, French poet Sully Prudhomme became the first recipient of this
    $400 12
The logo of this brand of baking soda was created (or should we say forged?) in 1867
    $400 24
A detective looking back in regret on leads he should have followed up knows the cliche this "is 20/20"
    $600 3
Florida's Big Cypress Indian reservation is home to this tribe
    $600 18
This Angels skipper didn't have a so-so year; he led the team to the postseason & was Manager of the Year
    $600 8
A Tennessee man saw his stolen furnace for sale on this .org; the criminal even helped the cops load it on a truck before getting busted
    $600 17
"Home is calling" with this brand that has sponsored a bake-off contest for over 40 years
    $800 4
You auto know this chief of the Ottawa who fought against the British settlements in the 1760s
    $800 19
On August 23, Philadelphia 2B Eric Bruntlett became the 15th major leaguer to pull off an unassisted one of these
    $800 9
Criminals, don't call this "You can do it. We can help" store & ask "How do you get a large quantity of blood out of a carpet?"
    DD: $3,000 28
The Poetry Book Society of the U.K. & the Truman State University Press of Missouri both give an award named for him
    $800 21
Flour from Washburn Crosby Company won this in 1880 & was renamed for it, still the name of the brand
    $800 25
That smooth-talking attorney practices this type of law regulating ordinary private matters, rather than criminal
    $1000 5
In the late 1800s the prophet Wovoka, a Paiute Indian, founded a religion based on this spectral "dance"
    $1000 20
This team came from 7 games behind to catch the Tigers & beat them in a one-game playoff for the AL Central title
    $1000 10
A man in Gwinnett County in this Southern state hijacked a car to get to his court date on time; had a stolen gun, too
    $1000 27
Winners of this award include Scott O'Dell for "Island of the Blue Dolphins" & Lois Lowry for "Number the Stars"
    $1000 22
This Nestle brand calls its story "semi-sweet"; its chocolate morsels were first sold in packages in 1939
    $1000 26
Shamus, I hear you're doing sidework for this security firm founded in 1859 that uses big armored cars

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

Ken Amy Rick
$3,200 $400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Amy Rick
$7,000 $3,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
According to Paul in the New Testament, this personage masquerades as an angel of light
    $400 20
Kurosawa's "Ran", an adaptation of this play, is set in 16th c. Japan & deals with 2 treacherous sons & one good one
    $400 11
Hurricanes are bad enough, but they also spin off these other hazards; Hurricane Beulah generated 141 when it hit Texas in 1967
    $400 5
New York & Washington both have papers called this, another name for the mail
    $400 4
At his baptism Charles was made the Duke of this, also the name of New York's capital city
    $400 9
Asian eating utilsils
    $800 2
By pretending to be ambassadors from a distant country, the Gibeonites fooled this successor to Moses
    $800 21
Peter Greenaway's "Prospero's Books" is a take on this bard play
    $800 12
The most severe hurricanes, with winds exceeding 155 mph, are ranked in this category, the top number on the rating scale
    $800 16
One Boston newspaper is called this, meaning "to give news or tidings of"
    $800 6
During part of the English Civil War, Charles' main residence was Christ Church College at this university
    $800 25
In football, an illegal hit below the knees
    $1200 3
Later to kill their champion, he pretends to be a madman in order to take refuge with the Philistines of Gath
    $1200 22
"10 Things I Hate About You" based on this Shakespeare comedy, stars Julia Stiles as the misanthropic Kat
    $1200 13
A hurricane's center typically has lower measurements of AP, short for this
    DD: $2,500 17
Cincinnati's daily paper has this name, like the national tabloid, but with much different content
    $1200 7
As a teen in 1616, Charles was invested with this princely title
    $1200 26
Licensed endocrinologist seen here
    $1600 23
One of the two feature films written or co-written by Tom Stoppard that deal with Shakespeare works
    $1600 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a meterological animation on the monitor.) Rotating cloud bands in a hurricane's center make its path wobble, making it hard to predict the exact point where the storm's center crosses a coastline, the location called this
    $1600 18
Way back in 1880, Samuel Morss & William Rockhill Nelson founded this Kansas City newspaper
    $1600 8
Charles offended his Protestant subjects in 1625 when he wed the very Catholic sister of the king of this country
    $1600 27
Hiiiiiiiiii ya! It's a slang term for martial arts movies
    $2000 29
She fooled Jacob by posing as her sister Rachel on his wedding night
    $2000 24
In an attempt to come to grips with Shakespeare's "Richard III", this actor directed "Looking for Richard"
    DD: $4,000 15
This inertial force causes the air at a hurricane's top to circulate in the opposite direction of its surface air
    $2000 19
Columnist Scott Maxwell stands guard for this Orlando paper
    $2000 10
After numerous defeats in the civil war, Charles was beheaded in 1649 at the palace called this 'hall"
    $2000 28
This "Philosopher of Pessimism" was born in Danzig in 1788

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Amy Rick
$19,100 $10,000 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Joining such pop culture icons as Dorothy's ruby slippers, this was donated to the museum by Jerry Seinfeld in 2004

Final scores:

Ken Amy Rick
$16,100 $19,999 $10,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,999 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ken Amy Rick
$21,800 $10,000 $9,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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Game tape date: 2010-02-02
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