Show #5959 - Thursday, July 8, 2010

2010 Kids Week game 4.


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Thomas Horn, a twelve-year-old from Piedmont, California

Caroline Evans, a twelve-year-old from Bethesda, Maryland

Jessica Anderson, a twelve-year-old from Cranston, Rhode Island

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Article IV sets forth the procedures for admitting new these to the union
    $200 26
Miranda Cosgrove plays a teen webcaster on this show
    $200 21
You may not like this vegetable from a can like Popeye did, but you might enjoy it fresh in a salad
    $200 8
A move you might have learned in preschool is called this squatting "walk", after a bird
    $200 1
At 18 feet in height, this tallest mammal could easily peek in a second-story window
    $200 15
British kids who annoyingly complain are told not to whinge; U.S. kids are told not to do this, 1 letter shorter
    $400 3
In 1865 the Constitution was changed to abolish this practice
    $400 27
SpongeBob's friend Sandy Cheeks is this kind of creature
    $400 22
Cloves of this strong-smelling herb are good for your heart but not so good for your breath
    $400 9
Someone taking a leisurely walk, or an object in which a baby rides
    $400 7
Makes me itch just thinking about it, but the longest & highest jump compared to body size is made by this pet pest
    $400 16
It's an antonym of even & a synonym of peculiar
    $600 4
Article I gives Congress the power to punish this crime of making phony money
    $600 28
5 years after last wearing the Omnitrix, this Cartoon Network guy goes hero again in "Alien Force"
    $600 23
When you reach for the Newtons, remember that this fruit, the original flavor, is a good source of fiber
    $600 10
On second thought, walk by yourself if pirates are making you do this, as seen here
    $600 11
The largest primate is the male eastern lowland this
    $600 17
Take a synonym for "trash", drop 3 letters & you have this synonym for "clothes"
    $800 5
Article V spells out the procedures for making these changes to the Constitution
    $800 29
A Nickelodeon cartoon series isn't "Mystique and..." or "Rogue and..." but him "and the X-Men"
    $800 24
While not a favorite of kids, these veggies seen here & named for a world capital are full of vitamins & protein
    $800 12
Like people, dogs can get their exercise walking on this machine that has a continuously moving belt
    $800 13
The longest tail of any feline, over 3 1/2 feet, belongs to the snow species of this
    DD: $1,000 18
This book of the Bible is a synonym of departure
    $1000 6
Article II establishes the powers of this branch of government that's headed by the president
    $1000 30
Bus driver, move that bus & tell us the name of the "Home Edition" version of this Ty Pennington show
    $1000 25
One of the most nutritious fishes around is this one, like the Chinook or Atlantic
    $1000 20
If your report card shows progress, the teacher may say you're "making great" these long steps in your studies
    $1000 14
Growing more than 10 feet long & weighing more than 350 pounds, this Asiatic monster is the world's largest lizard
    $1000 19
Among synonyms of whirlpool, it's the most common first name

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

Jessica Caroline Thomas
$3,200 $1,800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Caroline Thomas
$5,400 $3,400 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

10-12 YEARS
    $400 1
The Sphinx stands less than 10 miles from the center of this capital
    $400 26
In a recent release from Sega, this title character & his pal Sonic visit the 2010 Winter Olympics
    $400 12
After I eat Little Red Riding Hood & her grandmother too, I will lead a new canine order & become master of the universe
    $400 21
The name of this item seen here can also refer to the entire range of colors used by an artist
    $400 7
Rat & monkey are just 2 of the animals in this most populous country's 12-year zodiac cycle
    $400 6
Open up a French datebook & you might see janvier & avril, names of these
    $800 2
This Philippine capital's intramuros, or walled city, was built on the design of a medieval castle
    $800 27
"The Adventure Continues" is the second installment in the Lego game starring this state-named movie hero
    $800 13
Peter Pan, I do not need 2 hands of flesh to destroy you, soon you & Tinker Bell too will feel my wrath
    $800 22
In Michelangelo's marble sculpture of him, this biblical hero holds a slingshot
    $800 8
The Oracle at Delphi told this Greek hero he had to perform labors for King Eurystheus for 12 years
    $800 17
One of these sensory organs is l'oeil in French; both of them are called les yeux
    $1200 3
This Colombian capital sits over 8,000 feet up in the Andes
    $1200 28
"Attack of the Saiyans" is an installment for the Z series of this Nintendo "ball" game
    $1200 14
Spare me your pleas--it amuses me to step on children, & I do not choose to become Dr. Jekyll
    $1200 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a color wheel diagram on the monitor.) On the color wheel, complementary colors are opposite each other: red & green, yellow & purple, blue & this missing color
    $1200 9
After Hidalgo's rebellion in 1810, this western hemisphere country fought 11 years for independence
    $1200 18
In your house, what the French call la cuisine we call this room
    DD: $2,600 4
This Scandinavian capital founded around 1050 lies at the head of a fjord
    $1600 29
In 2009 this Nintendo professor moved from "The Curious Village" to "The Diabolical Box"
    $1600 15
Robin Hood, now that my brother king Richard is away, you & your merry men will see sadder days under my rule
    $1600 24
This artist had a blue period (1901-1904) & a rose period (1905-1906)
    $1600 10
Taking 12 years to build, La Giralda is a minaret in Seville in this country
    $1600 19
Even some French think this meal, petit dejeuner, is the most important of the day
    $2000 5
This Alpine city is the capital of a canton as well as the capital of a country, Switzerland
    $2000 16
All I want is to be a mentor to Lyra Belacqua--one of the Gobblers? Me? Don't be silly
    $2000 25
In 1889, Van Gogh painted these title flowers
    $2000 11
Noticed by Galileo in 1610, these on the sun wax & wane in 11-year cycles
    DD: $2,000 20
If you approach the signal called feu rouge on a French road, you'd better do this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Caroline Thomas
$15,800 $5,000 $19,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The first of these was authorized in 1790, "providing for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States"

Final scores:

Jessica Caroline Thomas
$20,800 $4,600 $31,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 Winner: $31,800 + a family vacation to Alaska

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jessica Caroline Thomas
$15,600 $5,000 $18,800
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2010-03-08
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