Show #5951 - Monday, June 28, 2010


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Stefanie Small, a geriatric social worker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Katie Bruton, a grad student and European History teaching assistant from Huntsville, Alabama

Janet Bradlow, an insurance agent from New York, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $38,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to ID the school for us.)
    $200 3
This man's aria "Ombra Mai Fu" from "Xerxes" is not as famous as his "Hallelujah Chorus"
    $200 2
John Wooden
    $200 20
In 1976 Steve Wozniak co-founded this company in his partner's garage; it went public in 1980
    $200 15
Dr. Jeremy Stone tries to contain an out-of-this-world biological agent in this Michael Crichton novel
    $200 10
Alexander Hamilton can be found gazing out from the front of this bill
    $200 1
To put on the character & appearance of someone else, like a police officer, in which case it's a crime
    $400 4
Liszt, Borodin & Rimsky-Korsakov all wrote variations of this simple waltz
    $400 27
Bobby Knight
    $400 21
Woz was born in 1950, the son of an electrical engineer at this co. that merged with Martin Marietta in 1995
    $400 16
You wouldn't want to be operated on by Dr. Gonzo in Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing" here
    $400 11
Big Bill McKinley was on this big bill last issued in 1945; it's worth 5 Franklins
    $400 6
3-letter animal verb meaning "take more than your share of"
    $600 5
Born in Verona in 1743, composer Giuseppe Gazzaniga wrote many opera buffas, known by this 2-word term in English
    $600 28
Dean Smith
    $600 22
A 1981 plane crash left Steve with this, from the Greek for "to remember", & he had to take a sabbatical
    $600 18
"The Island of" this doctor by H.G. Wells concerns a man trying to turn animals into men
    $600 12
"Walking Liberty" preceded ol' Ben on the obverse of these U.S. coins
    DD: $1,000 7
To express one's own opinions, as if in a newspaper you ran
    $800 17
This term for a concert given by an individual musical performer sounds like reading something from memory
    $800 29
Jim Boeheim
    $800 23
CL9, a Wozniak home electronics venture, gave us the programmable universal this, but you'd never hit mute on me, right?
    $800 25
Dr. Constantine is the coroner on the train who helps Poirot gather evidence in this novel
    $800 13
Thomas Jefferson fans know that these were first issued in 1862 & last in 2003
    $800 8
Verb commonly used with "a letter", "a lecture" & "a baby"
    $1000 19
This composer's "Enigma Variations" contain cryptic references to his friends that he never revealed
    $1000 30
Phog Allen
    $1000 24
Woz was the creator of this '80s event that brought music fans out to see an all-star lineup
    $1000 26
"All is for the best in this best of all possible worlds", claims Dr. Pangloss in this French novel
    $1000 14
When this coin was redesigned in 1946, anticommunists alleged engraver John Sinnock's initials stood for "Joseph Stalin"
    $1000 9
From the German for "punish", it's to fire on ground troops from a plane

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

Janet Katie Stefanie
$2,000 $1,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Katie Stefanie
$3,600 $3,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
This colorful guy always left me with a great Impression
    $400 2
"On the Other Hand" is the autobiography of this "King Kong" actress
    $400 8
March 1942:
He "says 'I shall return'";
April 1951:
"Harry Orders Big Mac To Go"
    $400 26
Yvette Sanchez Fuentes is the head of this program that got its start in 1965 to help kids out of poverty
    $400 21
In the 1910s Alexander MacRae responded to the growing beach culture by creating this swim brand
    $400 7
To burn to ashes
    $800 14
The worldview of this American master came through strongly in works like the one seen here
    $800 3
There were "Holy Cow"s in the high mass & a banner reading "Heaventh Inning Stretch" at his Chicago funeral in 1998
    $800 9
"Pershing comes to shove in Mexican pursuit of" this rebel;
"The 'Town' is Down"
    $800 27
It's the term for a period of service, like a senator's 6 years
    $800 22
An ardent spokesman for small countries, Herbert Vere Evatt helped write the charter for this organization
    $800 17
A deadlock in which no action can be taken
    $1200 13
This Italian was a contemporary of the Cubists
    $1200 4
He took some severe punishment south of the border in the title role of "Nacho Libre"
    $1200 10
"French Kiss-off!" He "Kicks NATO HQ out of France"
    $1200 28
Kalpen Modi, who works for the Obama admin. doing outreach to Asian Americans, is better known to moviegoers as this
    $1200 23
During WWII Nobel Prize winner John Cornforth worked on the structure of this antibiotic
    $1200 18
An archbishop ranking first in a province or country
    DD: $2,000 15
Kiss & tell me the name of this Art Nouveau Austrian who painted the work seen here
    $1600 5
On "Saturday Night Live", she played Judge Judy & also Melissa Rivers
    $1600 11
October 21, 1520:
"Strait to the Pacific!" He "finds passage, hopes one day for portable GPS machine to be named for him"
    $1600 29
The Ohio House of Representatives makes state law in this building
    DD: $2,000 24
Colleen McCullough wrote this 1977 novel about generations of sheep ranchers
    $1600 19
To become accustomed to a new environment
    $2000 16
In 1923, "Bird" was the word for this innovative sculptor
    $2000 6
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the museum at Bethel Woods in New York.) This psychedelic suit was worn by this Woodstock emcee who told the crowd, "What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000"
    $2000 12
Around 342 B.C.:
"Aristotle Tutors Tot";
323 B.C.:
He's "Gone in Babylon"
    $2000 30
In this post James Clapper serves under Secretary of Defense Gates, who turns to him for intelligence
    $2000 25
Graeme Clark invented this type of surgically implanted multi-channel hearing aid
    $2000 20
This word is from the Latin for the punishment of every tenth man chosen by lot

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Katie Stefanie
$19,600 $6,000 $6,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This plant's name may have come from its use by Italian Renaissance women to dilate pupils, which, they felt, augmented beauty

Final scores:

Janet Katie Stefanie
$20,000 $0 $1,599
3-day champion: $58,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Janet Katie Stefanie
$22,200 $6,000 $6,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
3 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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Game tape date: 2010-03-02
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