Show #6324 - Thursday, March 1, 2012


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Andrew Knebel, a classical violist from Norwalk, Connecticut

Susannah Rosenblatt, a writer and communications strategist from Arlington, Virginia

Patrick Morrison, a student of Slavic Studies from Northville, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $51,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
During the 20th century, many of the canals in this largest Dutch city were filled in to provide streets & parking spaces
    $200 19
This French name for appetizers literally means "outside of the work", as they're served before the meal
    $200 11
To provide poor & minority children a better chance for success in school, this 1965 program was directed at preschoolers
    $200 18
A round of play in bowling, or the wooden skeletal structure of a building
    $200 6
Affect means to produce a change in; with this new first letter, you get a result
    $200 1
Marlon Brando &
Eva Marie Saint
    $400 9
On its way south from Port Said, this canal passes through Lake Timsah, Great Bitter Lake & Little Bitter Lake
    $400 20
Capelli D'angelo is the Italian name for this extremely fine pasta
    $400 12
1990 was the first year U.S. Census takers hit the streets to seek these people out to add to the count
    $400 23
This rod that can be used in making a towel rack rhymes with "towel"
    $400 7
Conscience is the inner voice that tells us right from wrong; this means you're awake to hear that voice
    $400 2
Jon Voight &
Jane Fonda
    $600 10
In 1823 New York's Champlain Canal connected with this other canal still under construction
    $600 21
It's the common rhyming name for the type of combination dinner seen here
    $600 13
In March 1861 this Texas governor was forced out of office for refusing to support the Confederacy
    $600 24
This term for a moveable construction platform is now synonymous with a structure for hangings
    $600 26
Censor means to ban; this 7-letter word is a vehement expression of disapproval
    $600 3
Henry Fonda &
Katharine Hepburn
    DD: $800 16
Although very short, this Russian city's Winter Canal is spanned by 3 bridges, including the Hermitage Bridge
    $800 22
A salad of apples, celery, chopped nuts & mayonnaise is named for this hotel where it was created
    $800 14
One third of the British forces in America during the Revolutionary War were actually these mercenaries
    $800 29
This elevated walkway around a building site shares its name with where models strut their stuff
    $800 27
Ingenious means clever; this similar-sounding word means innocent or naive
    $800 4
Clark Gable &
Claudette Colbert
    $1000 17
The Soo Canals at the twin cities of Sault Ste Marie in Michigan & Ontario allow ships to pass between these two Great Lakes
    $1000 25
For its resemblance to fasteners used by cobblers, a popular variety of sweet white corn is called this
    $1000 15
In 1945 this recently retired Secretary of State was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for helping establish the U.N.
    $1000 30
To cut wood at a precise angle, use this saw that sounds like a bishop's hat
    $1000 28
Meaning an indirect mention & something that deceives, these 2 words are only 1 letter different
    $1000 5
Jack Nicholson &
Louise Fletcher

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

Patrick Susannah Andrew
$3,800 $2,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Susannah Andrew
$4,600 $4,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Recruited to a new organization, this agent is back in a post-9/11 world in Deaver, Jeffery Deaver's "Carte Blanche"
    $400 30
Evidence that lots of prehistoric creatures had wishbones means Archaeopteryx may lose its status as the first of these
    $400 3
You list these deductions on Form 1040, Schedule A
    $400 10
Heard on this show: "Marge, it takes two to lie. One to lie and one to listen"
    $400 2
She was born Martha Dandridge on the Chestnut Grove plantation in 1731
    $400 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, IN.) After a rainy camping trip, Arthur Sherman built the most popular trailer brand of the '30s; his children named this after a 19th-century transport, & the name makes it clear that you'll stay dry
    DD: $1,800 6
Chapter 1 of this Laura Hillenbrand bestseller is titled "The Day of the Horse is Past"
    $800 25
Brachiosaurus had a long neck & longer front than hind legs, so it's most often compared to this African animal
    $800 17
Music app introduced by Apple on January 9, 2001
    $800 11
Episodes of this show include "Make Love, Not Warcraft", "Die Hippie, Die" & "The Return of Chef"
    $800 4
Her name is on furniture with Bernhardt, rugs with Safavieh & other products to make your home better
    $800 22
Rving to this landmark? Mather Campground is on the South Rim & Kaibab Camper Village is on the north
    $1200 7
Pick up a boxed set of the 7 Harry Potter novels beginning with "The Sorcerer's Stone" & ending with this one
    $1200 23
The name of deinonychus means "terrible" this sharp item; it also had 60 knifelike teeth
    $1200 18
A Greek island & a New York Ivy League town share this name
    $1200 12
"Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?" this guy; "absorbent and yellow and porous is he"
    $1200 5
An actress since her teens, she's been Emmy nominated as the mom on "Raising Hope"
    $1200 29
Class C motor homes have a cozy bunk above this 3-letter structure where the driver sits
    $1600 8
In an inspiring story, Colton Burpo, the young son of a Nebraska pastor, tells readers this place "is for real"
    DD: $1,800 24
This plated beast whose name is from the Greek for "roof lizard" roamed what's now Dinosaur National Monument
    $1600 19
A plan of travel for a vacation
    $1600 13
Adam West is the mayor of Quahog, Rhode Island on this Fox show
    $1600 15
In 1969, the year she turned 75, she announced her retirement as a dancer but kept creating dances
    $1600 27
Traveland USA has a dozen RV dealerships on 38 acres in the Irvine area of this state
    $2000 9
If you're looking for a biography, try "Wendy and the Lost Boys", about this late Tony-winning playwright
    $2000 26
The bony structure at the back of ceratopsians' head has this name
more suitable to part of a lacy dress
    $2000 20
First name of violin virtuoso Perlman
    $2000 14
Bender the Robot, on this show: "Blackmail is such an ugly word. I prefer 'extortion' --the 'x' makes it sound cool"
    $2000 16
Stars like Bogie, seen here at a House Un-American Activities Committee hearing, were among Martha Holmes' subjects in 35 years snapping for this magazine
    $2000 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue from the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, IN.) In the 1930s, Hawley Bowlus started building streamlined metal campers; the design was soon taken over by this company, the oldest RV maker in existence, which still produces them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Susannah Andrew
$19,600 $14,400 $14,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1711 Newton led the Royal Society in London & his greatest rival led the Academy of Sciences in this capital city

Final scores:

Patrick Susannah Andrew
$29,600 $9,800 $8,400
3-day champion: $80,701 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Susannah Andrew
$19,400 $13,400 $14,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $47,200

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Game tape date: 2011-11-16
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