Show #6195 - Friday, July 15, 2011

Mark Runsvold game 1.


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Aric Wu, an attorney and graduate student from Irvine, California

Mark Runsvold, a student and waiter from Moscow, Idaho

Kathleen Lee, a pharmaceutical scientist from Palo Alto, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $29,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Kelly: The Australian paradise that attracts surfers, swimmers, and the people who protect them.)
    $200 16
Though they vary between individuals & populations, these on male lions help to make them look larger
    $200 9
This TV family included Uncle Fester & Grandmama, a potion-making witch
    $200 17
A book by Frances Hodgson Burnett inspired the velvet suit for boys called "Little Lord" this
    $200 1
It's a coniferous tree that can reach 300 feet:
    $200 5
Not public
    $200 26
(Sarah gives the clue from Bondi Beach.) The familiar red-&-yellow flags & uniforms of Australia's lifesavers originated with the maritime code signals, in which a red-and-yellow flag stood for the letter "O", which was used to signal man in this predicament
    $400 18
Most lions live in Africa, but several hundred Asiatic lions also live in this country's Gir National Park
    $400 12
Talk about your mother-in-law being a real witch--Darrin had to deal with Endora on this TV show
    $400 22
These openwork hose in a diamond pattern have a "catchy" name
    $400 2
It's a final, uncompromising demand:
    $400 6
Not specific
    $400 27
(Kelly gives the clue from Bondi Beach.) In cold weather, hypothermia causes the body to lose heat faster than it can be produced; in hot weather, lifesavers often have to treat this opposite condition, from Greek for "overheating"
    DD: $3,800 19
Lions love this type of grassy plain with scattered trees that sounds like a Georgia city
    $600 13
Aunts HIlda & Zelda told a 16-year-old she's a witch on this sitcom
    $600 23
Similar to chinos, these pants get their name from the Urdu for "dust color"
    $600 3
This condition is from the Greek for "want of blood":
    $600 7
A student's declared field of study
    $600 28
(Sarah gives the clue from Bondi Beach.) Emergency treatment for cardiac arrest often involves giving the victim's chest an electrical shock, to jolt the heart out of the deadly state known as ventricular this, or v-fib
    $800 20
Roaring & scent marking are the 2 ways that lions establish this, from the Latin for "earth"
    $800 14
Witchiepoo coveted Freddy the Talking Flute on this Sid & Marty Krofft kids' show
    $800 24
A twin set is often a short-sleeve pullover sweater worn under this long-sleeve sweater that buttons in front
    $800 4
A boyfriend, a fop, a "geste":
    $800 8
Kangaroo was one on TV
    $800 29
(Sarah gives the clue from Bondi Beach.) The evacuation siren & flag are used when one of these is approaching, as happened in February 2010, following an earthquake across the Pacific in Chile
    $1000 21
This Tanzanian national park lost more than 1,000 lions in 1994 when they caught canine distemper from domestic dogs
    $1000 15
The Halliwell sisters were good witches who fought evil on this TV show
    $1000 25
Katharine Hepburn had her tailoring done at this fraternal clothing company known for its men's suits
    $1000 10
It means unmindful or unaware:
    $1000 11
Painful punishment practice
    $1000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew gives the clue from a rescue boat off Bondi Beach.) Inflatable rescue boats are serious rescue tools, not bathtub toys, but here they're affectionately called "rubber" these

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

Kathleen Mark Aric
$2,600 $5,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathleen Mark Aric
$4,400 $14,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 14
A small portion of this country, the only part that's in Europe, lies on the Balkan Peninsula
    $400 13
Title spy guy from "The Bourne Identity"
    $400 1
At its height, it was known as the empire "on which the sun never sets", a reference to a line by John Wilson
    $400 6
Canada's Micmac Indians were early players of this winter game & a brand of stick was named for them
    $400 25
Most rose species, like rosa chinensis, are native to this continent
    $400 8
A bachelor may keep a "little" one of these with phone numbers of girls ranging from Ann to Zoe
    $800 15
A 1995 peace accord divided this 2-named country into a Muslim-Croat Federation & a Serb Republic
    $800 19
It's the given name of "Citizen Kane"
    $800 2
By the time of Trajan's death in 117 A.D., this empire covered the area seen here
    $800 7
Lewis & Clark described a common game of hiding a small object in one of these--guess which
    $800 26
Don't tell the band Poison, but the smooth buttercup Z& zephirine drouhin are bred to not have these
    $800 9
On October 10, 1896 the New York Times published a section devoted to these for the very first time
    $1200 16
In the 1990s Greece imposed a trade embargo on this nation in a dispute over its name
    DD: $7,000 20
Rick's romantic rival in "Casablanca"
    DD: $4,600 3
On May 28, 1804 he proclaimed what became known as the First Empire
    $1200 23
Long before Jim Thorpe, Roger Williams wrote that Indians "have great meetings of" this game, "town against town"
    $1200 27
Though they're not made of iron, roses are susceptible to fungal infections producing orange spots called this
    $1200 10
The first of these portable libraries was a horse-drawn cart driven by Joshua Thomas in Maryland in April 1906
    $1600 17
The southernmost point of the Balkans is Cape Taenarum on this Greek peninsula
    $1600 21
"Indiana" Jones; "Indiana" comes from the dog, remember
    $1600 4
At the time of his death in 1227, his Mongol Empire stretched from Beijing to the Caspian Sea
    $1600 24
Baggataway was one of the original Native American names for this stick & ball game
    $1600 28
The most popular garden roses are the hybrid these; there's a "black" variety, but don't try to brew it
    $1600 11
Paper lice & silverfish are 2 examples of these
    $2000 18
The northern boundary of the Balkan Peninsula is mostly defined by 2 rivers: the Sava & this one
    $2000 22
First name of Harry Bailey's big brother in "It's A Wonderful Life"
    $2000 5
The Dual Monarchy was a byname of this hyphenated empire that collapsed in 1918
    $2000 30
Illinois women enjoyed a game in which plum pits functioned as these
    $2000 29
It's the anatomical name for a rose's soft, sometimes edible floral cup
    $2000 12
Produced in Ireland between the mid-700s & the early 800s, it's an illuminated manuscript of the 4 gospels in Latin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathleen Mark Aric
$10,800 $39,400 $9,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1987 a maker of fiberglass insulation became the first company to trademark a color--this color

Final scores:

Kathleen Mark Aric
$2,999 $48,000 $9,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $48,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kathleen Mark Aric
$10,800 $27,000 $9,400
14 R,
3 W
34 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
9 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $47,200

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Game tape date: 2011-03-08
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