Show #6190 - Friday, July 8, 2011

2011 Kids Week game 5.


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Dominic Olivera, a twelve-year-old from Bristow, Virginia

Maddie Harrington, a twelve-year-old from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Tony Harkin, an eleven-year-old from New Milford, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Washington grows more of these than any other state; about a third of them are Red Delicious
    $200 1
Trump up your properties! Rule railroads! Utilize utilities! Bankrupt foes & say it's nothing personal, just business
    $200 11
It begins, "All children, except one, grow up"
    $200 6
Depictions of this fruit date back 4,000 years in the artwork of early Egyptians
    $200 13
Get live online assistance with your homework at this site run by PATH, which stands for "Pupils Ask," these people "Help"
    $200 21
I'm taking 5 on this alliterative playground piece that sounds like you should be climbing it in the Congo
    $400 27
This biggest Washington city is pretty wet with Elliott Bay to the west, Lake Washington to the East
    $400 2
Your opponent's 5-piece Navy must go down, & it must go down hard
    $400 12
Hans Christian Andersen story in which you'll read, "Heaven knows what was in that bed... I am black and blue!"
    $400 7
If you luck into a supply of these, start thinking cobbler
    $400 14
On the Colorado-based website this, you can get a bumper one for the car, like "it's all good"
    $400 22
In the NBA these recesses can be regular or 20-second
    $600 28
An Alaskan Malamute named Dubs is the mascot of this University of Washington football team
    $600 3
42 territories, including Siam; one simple goal:
    $600 15
In this 1883 children's classic, a parrot named Captain Flint squawks, "Pieces of eight! Pieces of eight!"
    $600 8
Look out--it's the fuzz! This fruit seen here
    $600 16
You can play games called Football Frenzy & All-star Dodgeball at, this magazine's website for kids
    $600 23
Run, don't walk to this up & down recess plaything also called a seesaw
    $800 29
Until 1853 Washington was part of this territory bearing the name of the next state south
    $800 4
Was it Scarlet with a barbell in the spa? Discover the secrets of this board game
    DD: $1,000 19
In a 1900 book, one character tells her, "I'm really a very good man; but I'm a very bad wizard"
    $800 9
A picture of this fruit appeared on the pillars of Solomon's temple
    $800 17 has fact sheets about at-risk animals, like the mountain gorilla, classed as this 2-word term
    $800 24
Many plays have this delay built into the middle so people can stretch their legs
    $1000 30
The Cascade Mountains divide Washington east from west; North Cascades is one of these ways through them
    $1000 5
What a fun game--buy insurance; pay taxes; get in a ski accident; get fired; bottom line--get the highest dollar amount
    $1000 20
In "Little Women" she tells sisters Jo, Amy & Beth, "It's so dreadful to be poor"
    $1000 10
This fruit is associated with India's folklore & religious ceremonies
    $1000 18
Kids Web Japan has a page on this art that shows you how to fold a piece of paper into the shape of a dog or a piano
    $1000 25
This 7-letter word for a day off from school or work originally referred to a religious observance

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

Tony Maddie Dominic
$3,000 $3,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tony Maddie Dominic
$10,000 $3,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Like every wash day, there was 1 Hanes ankle this left without a partner
    $400 4
The artist known as Pink now spells her professional name using one of these for the "i"
    $400 20
Flora, one of these "roid"s discovered in 1847, orbits the sun at an average distance of about 200 million miles
    $400 12
(Kelly of the Clue Crew leaves a koala be at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.) No matter how cuddly they look, visitors to Taronga Zoo are not allowed to hold koalas, which are often mistakenly called this type of animal
    $400 9
The most recent leap year
    $400 1
Tell a little lie
    $800 27
After you left this bill in a pocket, Abe Lincoln looks like he's crying; I hope it's still "legal tender"
    $800 5
Christina Perri went from waitress to toast of the town after her ballad "Jar of" these was used on TV
    $800 22
This multinational orbital project abbreviated I.S.S. houses numerous research modules
    $800 16
Tails is a big-eyed friend of this ever-popular hedgehog
    $800 13
The Pilgrims first come ashore in Massachusetts
    $800 2
Write something down quickly, like an address
    $1200 28
That stain on your jeans from helping Dad change the car's 10W-30 this-- it didn't come out
    $1200 6
This "Wizards of Waverly Place" star has a band called The Scene that released "A Year Without Rain" in 2010
    $1200 23
Colorful term for a second full moon in one month; something rare might happen "once in" it
    $1200 17
Zakumi, a leopard holding a soccer ball, was the mascot of this 2010 major global sporting event
    DD: $4,000 14
Most of the South secedes from the Union & the Civil War begins
    $1200 3
A playing card, it can also mean to easily pass a test
    $1600 29
Sorry, a couple of these, also called spangles, fell off your shirt even though I washed it inside-out
    $1600 7
This "Gossip" gal made the Billboard charts by pairing with Garrett Hedlund on "Give In To Me"
    DD: $5,000 24
It can be a small pill or a small spacecraft like the Mercury ones used by early astronauts
    $1600 18
A San Diego mom invented these folding plush animals that you can also lay your head on to sleep
    $1600 15
The first astronauts walk on the Moon
    $1600 10
Transmit a copy of a document over a telephone line
    $2000 30
Ahhh! Nice warm shorts from this surf & skate fashion company that sounds like a synonym for the metal mercury
    $2000 8
"Moment 4 Life" was a hit for this Lil Wayne protege who was discovered via her MySpace page
    $2000 25
The ESA, established in 1975, stands for this Space Agency; its 18 members include France & Germany
    $2000 19
The Labrador retriever has a strong, rudder-like tail named for this sleek river mammal
of the weasel family
    $2000 21
Hawaii becomes our 50th state
    $2000 11
To engage in pugilism, or a cardboard container

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tony Maddie Dominic
$21,400 $0 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

If he had been his own country, at the 2008 Summer Olympics he would have tied for ninth in gold medals

Final scores:

Tony Maddie Dominic
$21,601 $0 $21,599
Winner: $21,601 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tony Maddie Dominic
$26,200 $0 $8,000
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2011-03-07
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