Show #6167 - Tuesday, June 7, 2011


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Crystal Leonard, a stay-at-home mom and substitute teacher from Upland, California

Lindsey Peterson, an economist from Yonkers, New York

Sam Meyer, a graduate student of Middle Eastern studies originally from St. Joseph, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,432)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
The OED says this word for a violin is "only in familiar or contemptuous use"
    $200 21
Mimi Rogers &
Nicole Kidman
    $200 6
The Trailing of the Sheep Festival in Ketchum & Hailey in this state has workshops on how to cook lamb & work with wool
    $200 16
"The House at Pooh Corner" is his lair
    $200 1
Patron silver is a premium type of this potent potable
    $200 26
Keep up! They are the 2 states with 3 sets of double letters
    $400 12
Compared to the violin, it has a low C string instead of a high E string
    $400 22
Andre Previn &
Frank Sinatra
(she & Woody Allen never married)
    $400 7
In 1941 Congress made this a paid federal holiday, 165 years after it was first celebrated
    $400 17
Shere Khan is a terrible tiger in this 1894 work
    $400 2
Hershey's Skor bar is this type of candy enrobed in chocolate
    $400 27
The one letter that does not appear in any of the 50 state names
    $600 13
This instrument heard here precedes "rain" in a Bruce Hornsby title
    $600 23
Don Johnson,
Steven Bauer,
Don Johnson
    $600 8
The Saturday after Thanksgiving, Salley, S.C. celebrates with a festival devoted to these fried pig intestines
    $600 18
In Angela Carter's "Lizzie's Tiger", this future ax-wielder goes to see a circus tiger
    $600 3
These Spanish appetizers run the gamut from simple items like olives to more elaborate things like cold omelets
    $600 28
The one vowel that does not begin a state name (& don't say "Y"; we don't need the viewer mail)
    $800 14
The modern harp has 47 strings & 7 of these to raise the strings' pitch
    $800 24
Peter Allen,
Jack Haley Jr.,
Mark Gero,
David Gest
    DD: $1,000 9
Fence painting & frog jumping contests are highlights of an annual festival held in this Missouri city
    $800 19
A talking tiger in a popular comic strip was named for this British enlightenment philosopher
    $800 4
The name of this Italian dessert means "carry me up" & many assume the unspoken continuation must be "to heaven"
    $800 29
8 states begin with "M" & another 8 with this letter
    $1000 15
Jacqueline du Pre made an acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut May 14, 1965 playing Elgar's concerto for this instrument
    $1000 25
John Lloyd &
Greg Norman
    $1000 10
This city's Wyatt Earp Days features a chili cook-off & an 1880s fashion show
    $1000 20
A tiger named Richard Parker shares a life raft with a boy in Yann Martel's "Life of" him
    $1000 5
The Minneola is a common variety of this hybrid citrus fruit
    $1000 30
The one that ends with "G"

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

Sam Lindsey Crystal
$3,400 $2,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Lindsey Crystal
$5,400 $6,800 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
They're also called erythrocytes
    $400 21
Glenn Close plays the Hewes of Hewes & Assoc. on this drama
    $400 7
Of Ivy League schools
    $400 6
Lifting or other violent abuse of a pinball machine gets you the "slam" type of this, ending the game
    $400 12
Of all the USA's buildings, the one in Chicago originally called this has the most stories with 110
    $400 17
Pisa proudly proclaims itself the birthplace of this scientist in 1564
    DD: $3,200 2
The name of this noble gas is from the Greek for "new"
    $800 22
Calista Flockhart clocked in at the firm of Cage/Fish & Associates on this wacky legal show
    $800 8
Of New York City's boroughs
    $800 27
5-letter term for the bias or angle expressed in a news article
    $800 13
The White Tower in Greece was once called the "Bloody Tower" because this empire executed people there
    $800 18
During this war, Pisa suffered severe damage as a part of the Axis' Pesaro-Rimini defensive line
    $1200 3
The Haber process uses nitrogen & hydrogen to synthetically produce this pungent gas
    $1200 23
The title vampire on this series went up against the truly demonic law firm of Wolfram & Hart
    $1200 9
Of the gods of the 4 winds in Greek myth
    $1200 28
An entry in the phone book, or what a boat is doing if it's leaning, perhaps to starboard
    $1200 14
In 1994 Seattle Weekly named this tower the "best place to get engaged"
    $1200 19
Begun in 1173, the 8-story Leaning Tower of Pisa is clad in this stone
    $1600 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew displays a chemical formula on the monitor.) When acetic acid in vinegar reacts with CaCO3, this compound in the eggshell, bubbles of CO2 form in the vinegar & dissolve the shell, leaving just the membrane
    $1600 24
The firm Donnell, Young, Dole & Frutt makes perfect on this legal drama that lost its appeal in 2004
    $1600 10
Of European capitals
    $1600 29
Meaning "a slope", it's from the Latin for "bend toward"
    $1600 15
Every night at 9:53 p.m., the Ceremony of the Keys begins, locking up this fortress on the Thames
    $1600 20
Pisa survived the collapse of the Roman Empire to become the main urban center of this central Italian region
    $2000 5
This unit of pressure is equal to about 14.7 pounds per square inch or 1 bar
    $2000 26
Harry Hamlin played one of the named partners of the firm McKenize, Brackman, Chaney & Kuzak on this glitzy drama
    DD: $2,800 11
Of Rome's "First Triumvirate"
    $2000 30
Take the apostrophe out of this word & it means to lean to one side
    $2000 16
At 1,076', Sky Tower in this largest New Zealand city is the tallest free-standing structure south of the equator
    $2000 25
Internal struggles in Pisa led to the city's defeat & occupation by this neighboring city in 1406

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Lindsey Crystal
$12,600 $13,600 $12,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the beginning this 2005 novel was simply titled "Forks"

Final scores:

Sam Lindsey Crystal
$24,945 $1,958 $12,400
2-day champion: $45,377 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sam Lindsey Crystal
$9,200 $13,600 $12,400
19 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
17 R,
0 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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Game tape date: 2011-02-22
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