Show #6151 - Monday, May 16, 2011


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Joyce Newmark, a rabbi from Teaneck, New Jersey

Denise Troy, a litigation attorney from Scottsdale, Arizona

Joe McKee, a percussionist from Palos Heights, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $49,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
    $200 21
War alternated between hell & hijinks on this show whose 1983 finale got a 60.2 rating
    $200 16
"Antiques Roadshow" veteran Kenneth Gloss put a $25-35 million price tag on a 1st edition Bible printed by this man
    $200 26
The biggest hunting parties in the animal kingdom are by these ants that can be over 200,000 strong
    $200 1
The Cunard liner Carpathia arrived 1 hour & 20 minutes after this other ship went down
    $200 6
A revealing woman's blouse, or a game to play with Baby
    $400 12
    $400 22
Nearly 80% of all viewers watching TV on Nov. 21, 1980 were tuned in to this show to learn that Kristin had shot J.R.
    $400 17
Nothing says romance like eating this fungus, particularly a black perigord from France
    $400 27
The heaviest tree dwellers on earth are these animals of Sumatra & Borneo that can weigh up to 300 pounds
    $400 2
The name of this Spanish slave ship, the subject of a Spielberg film, means "friendship"
    $400 7
A pony, a feather & macaroni are featured in the first verse of this song
    $600 13
    $600 23
On May 14, 1998, 41% of the U.S. saw the 4 main characters on this show get a year in jail for doing nothing to stop a crime
    $600 18
In 2010 his hitting & third base playing services cost the Yankees $33 million
    $600 28
This shark, named for its size, has thousands of teeth, but each is just 3 millimeters long, hence its not quite fearsome jaws
    $600 3
A pro-war slogan of 1898 was "Remember" this ship, "to hell with Spain!"
    $600 8
2-word anatomical term for a craving for candy
    $800 14
Uranium City,
    $800 24
On Aug. 29, 1967 nearly half of the U.S. saw the running end for Dr. Richard Kimble on this show
    $800 19
This pop artist's painting "Eight Elvises" sold for $100 million in 2008
    $800 29
More than 140 species of these reef makers all spawn at the same time in the world's largest event of its kind
    $800 4
One of the first frigates built for the U.S. Navy, it was launched in Boston on Oct. 21, 1797
    $800 9
Flying targets simulate the flight of game birds in this 2-word activity; pull!
    $1000 15
Sao Luis,
Rio Verde
    $1000 25
The high-rated "Cheers" finale had this character muse on the point of life: "comfortable shoes"
    $1000 20
Got $675,000? Then the Alma-Tadema, a piano made by this company founded by a 19th c. German man, could be yours
    $1000 30
Found throughout North America, the whistling type of this has the most feathers of any bird, over 25,000
    $1000 5
A white concrete & steel structure spans the hull of this sunken battleship, a national memorial since 1962
    DD: $2,200 10
Stringlike metal shavings used for scouring, polishing & smoothing; no sheep necessary

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

Joe Denise Joyce
$3,000 $1,400 $5,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Denise Joyce
$6,200 $2,000 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the actor referred to in each clue.)
    $400 13
This "Treasure Island" author's "Silverado Squatters" was based on the journal he kept on his honeymoon
    $400 21
"Rain Man"
    $400 26
Around 1250 B.C., with Moses dead, the Israelites, led by this man, conquered the land of Canaan
    $400 11
Treating it to remove bitterness, California's Chumash Indians once lived on flour made from this, the nut of the oak tree
    $400 1
These overlapping pieces of material on roofs lent their name to a 19th century style of building
    $400 6
N'awlins nickname, y'all
    $800 14
"Just So Stories", his 1902 collection for children, was the only book he also illustrated
    $800 22
"The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" (the real shooter)
    $800 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Lafitte Nat'l Historical Park in New Orleans, LA.) Jean Lafitte changed from pirate to patriot when he & his men sailed out of these bayous in the national historical park named for him to aid the U.S. during this war
    $800 12
After 45 years selling these at Dodger Stadium, Roger Owens wrote a book, "The Perfect Pitch"
    DD: $2,400 2
This Washington, D.C. landmark was designed by Henry Bacon as a Greek temple with 36 Doric columns
    $800 7
This household product "makes oven cleaning easier"
    $1200 15
Due to negative public reaction to "Jude the Obscure", he abandoned writing novels for the last 33 years of his life
    $1200 23
"The Man with One Red Shoe"
    $1200 28
This King Henry's marriage to Elizabeth of York in 1486 helped bring the Wars of the Roses to an end
    $1200 18
In the Kerman variety of this, 1/4 of the nuts may lack the typical split shell & need it done mechanically
    $1200 3
Known for his geodesic dome, he once designed a dome to cover all of Midtown Manhattan
    $1200 8
In Spanish this proverb translates to "faciles venida, faciles van"
    $1600 16
A former spy himself, he described his spy George Smiley as "short, fat, and of a quiet disposition"
    $1600 24
"The Man Who Would Be King"
    $1600 29
Most of the "French" troops besieged in this doomed Asian city in spring 1954 were foreign Legionnaires
    $1600 19
California's almond industry began forming co-ops in the 1880s; this gem of a brand name dates from 1914
    $1600 4
An obelisk is a type of this, from the Greek for "one stone"
    $1600 9
Rodney Dangerfield has to quit smoking & drinking to inherit a $10 million fortune in this 1983 comedy
    DD: $4,000 17
She always kept rabbits on her farm, Hill Top, so children wouldn't be disappointed if they stopped for a visit
    $2000 25
"The Man Who Knew Too Much"
    $2000 30
Led by Robert the Bruce, on June 24, 1314 the Scots won their greatest victory over the English in this battle
    $2000 20
Species of this tree whose seeds are edible nuts include the rare Torrey type of Southern California
    $2000 5
Owre House in Minneapolis is in this style that fits in with the flat plains landscape
    $2000 10
Ezekiel is the real first name of this African-American private detective created by author Walter Mosley

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Denise Joyce
$10,200 $14,400 $22,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From the Latin for "free", this 2-word term for a type of college refers to the old belief of what a free man should be taught

Final scores:

Joe Denise Joyce
$200 $22,201 $29,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $29,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Denise Joyce
$8,600 $14,400 $19,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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Game tape date: 2011-02-02
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