Show #6130 - Friday, April 15, 2011


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Amy Fulton Stout, a community college professor of literature from Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Jim Fenton, a chemical engineer from West Chester, Ohio

Sara Heard, a housewife from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
In 331 B.C. this Macedonian traveled to the Siwa Oasis where the oracle pronounced him a god
    $200 5
A classic from 1965:
The von Trapps
    $200 10
To start, how about a bowl of chicken soup with these dumplings, so light & fluffy, also called knaidlach
    $200 2
This cable network has a theme park at the Mall of America with a roller coaster named for SpongeBob
    $200 25
This tube connects the abdomen of a fetus to the placenta
    $200 1
A leaf cutter insect, or Mom's sis
    $400 21
This Thracian gladiator organized a revolt of gladiators & slaves & defeated 2 Roman armies in 72 B.C.
    $400 6
A 1985 comedy:
Hello, McFlys!
    $400 13
The way she cooked this cut of beef from the breast section under the first 5 ribs--so moist, so tender
    DD: $1,000 3
Rushmore Mall in this state is the only regional shopping center within a 200-mile radius
    $400 26
One kind of this is a wound on the skin; another kind affects the mucous membrane as in the lower esophagus
    $400 17
An adult male pig, or to drill a hole
    $600 22
In 337 A.D. this first Christian Roman emperor abolished crucifixion as a form of execution
    $600 7
A 2000 comedy:
The Byrneses (the Fockers show up in the sequels)
    $600 14
What am I? Chopped liver? That sounds good, cooked with onions & this, rendered chicken fat
    $600 4
Nieman Marcus & Christian Dior are among the high-end stores at Copley Place in this city's Back Bay area
    $600 28
The lower teeth are positioned in front of the upper teeth when the jaw is closed in this form of malocclusion
    $600 19
A mammal that's sometimes spectacled, or naked
    $800 23
In 439 A.D. the Vandals established their capital in this North African city founded by the Phoenicians
    $800 8
A 2004 animated film:
The Parrs, who look good in red spandex
    $800 15
Oy! You haven't lived until you've tasted my grandma's sweet eggy noodle pudding called lokshen this
    $800 11
The sooner you get to this state's Sooner Mall, the sooner you can find the deals at Dillard's or Old Navy
    $800 29
In humans, this bone of the forearm is medially located (on the side of the little finger)
    $800 20
A South American ruminant, or a Tibetan monk
    $1000 24
This Athenian lawmaker revised most of Draco's 7th century B.C. code of justice
    $1000 9
A 1968 scarefest:
The title character made it a family of 3 for the Woodhouses
    $1000 16
You know what I could really go for? An apricot one of these 3-cornered cookies, a tradition for Purim
    $1000 12
All hail this state's King of Prussia Mall, one of the largest shopping complexes on the East Coast
    $1000 30
A fetus hangs out in this womb until its birthday
    $1000 27
An "Arctic" avian, or to rotate

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

Sara Jim Amy
$3,600 $2,400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Jim Amy
$7,200 $3,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Now, in the [*], we want you to name the local newspaper with the highest circulation.)
    $400 19
Coming in right behind Spain, this Scandinavian country is the fifth largest in Europe
    $400 13
If you were born on August 15, you're this fire sign
    $400 4
We wonder if this witty gal wrote dialogue for "A Star Is Born" while sitting at a round table
    $400 25
The live album "Hell Freezes Over" led to a "Long Road Out Of Eden" 13 years later for this flighty band
    $400 1
It's a whole new world
    $400 9
In the Beijing Olympic Glossary for this sport, the scissor kick entry says that it's relegated to the sidestroke now
    DD: $4,200 20
It's home to the southernmost national capital in the world
    $800 14
The cast of this series included Chris Noth, Benjamin Bratt & Dennis Farina
    DD: $4,000 5
Named for the writer of the "Star-Spangled Banner", he spent some time on the "Gone With The Wind" script
    $800 26
This Southern band was known as "My Backyard" before naming themselves after their gym teacher
    $800 2
Des Moines:
Voters need to do it
    $800 10
Scissors are often included in this versatile Victorinox product that's been around since 1897
    $1200 21
On June 6, this North Atlantic nation celebrates Sjomannadagur or "Seafarer's Day"
    $1200 15
Flows of this created the scenic landscape in Idaho's Craters of the Moon National Monument
    $1200 6
After scripting "The Pearl" & "The Red Pony", he wrote "Viva Zapata" for Brando
    $1200 27
1981's "Under Pressure" was a hit by Queen & this rocker
    $1200 3
Sounds like a berry
    $1200 11
Augusten Burroughs wrote of his tumultuous youth in the memoir doing this "With Scissors"
    $1600 22
After Ananda Mahidol was found dead in 1946, Bhumibol Adulyadej became king of this Asian country
    $1600 17
This French city, the capital of Sarthe Department, is home to a Grand Prix race
    $1600 7
It was a "New World" for this Brit when he was asked to write screenplays for "Jane Eyre" & "Pride & Prejudice"
    $1600 28
"Cum On Feel The Noize" & "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" are 2 hits from this rhyming metal band
    $1600 16
A speedy message
    $1600 12
This Fauvist artist who died in 1954 put out a book called "Jazz" using a technique he called "drawing with scissors"
    $2000 23
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a picture and a map on the monitor.) Helping to overthrow Ethiopian dictator Mengistu in 1991 sparked a drive for independence here, & in 1993 it became Africa's newest independent republic
    $2000 18
From an ancient Greek region, this adjective means "concise", "using few words"
    $2000 8
Perhaps writing the movies "The Little Foxes" & "The Dark Angel" wasn't so "heavenly" for this female playwright
    $2000 29
This Beach Boys song was inspired by Brian Wilson's mom saying dogs could sense things unspoken, in the air
    $2000 30
San Jose:
Tidings from a planet
    $2000 24
The scissors or "X" chair is sometimes named for this Renaissance monk who once ruled Florence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Jim Amy
$28,000 $8,000 $10,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Some of its text says, "The decree should be written on a stela of hard stone, in sacred writing, document writing & Greek writing"

Final scores:

Sara Jim Amy
$34,000 $11,000 $17,001
3-day champion: $70,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Jim Amy
$24,800 $4,000 $10,600
26 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2011-01-20
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