Show #6522 - Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Kristin Morgan game 5.


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Katie Collins, a U.S. Army Reserve family support assistant from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Scott Mitchell, a technical project manager from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,600)

Kristin Morgan, a strategic analyst for NASA from Huntsville, Alabama (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,098)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
"The Sexiest Man Alive! (1992)": Nick Nolte
    $200 22
The Fatimids, who ruled North Africa from 909 to 1171, were named for Fatima, this prophet's daughter
    $200 2
Max & Leo purposely find a flop for Broadway--"Springtime for Hitler"; their plan backfires
    $200 17
Luxembourg National Museum is located in the historic center of this city
    $200 9
This Hemingway novel that shares its name with a Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton song was published in 1970
    $200 14
Start of day & magician's stick
    $400 3
1970's "Sportsman of the Year Bobby Orr"
    $400 27
University of Utah grad Gordon Hinckley expanded this church from 9 million to 13 million members as its president
    $400 7
Pure nunsense when a disco singer hides out in a convent
    $400 18
Bissau is the capital of this African country that borders Guinea
    $400 12
While cleaning out a drawer, his wife discovered his manuscript for "Daisy-Head Mayzie" & it was published in 1995
    $400 23
Mom's sister & a sandwich staple
    $600 4
A women's mag--"The sex quiz you must take: find out what really turns you on... and feel lustier than ever before"
    $600 28
St. Jerome was responsible for the Vulgate, a translation of the Bible into this language
    $600 8
It's more than a "miner" problem when a boy in a mining town wants to dance ballet rather than fight
    $600 19
The name of this river goes back to a Native American name meaning "river of yellow stones"
    $600 13
Her novella "Lost Laysen", written when she was a teen, is a tale of the South Pacific, not the South & the Civil War
    $600 24
Electron home & castle protector
    $800 5
On the same cover: "The People vs. Goldman Sachs" & "Happy 70th, Bob! The 70 Greatest Dylan Songs"
    $800 29
John Wesley founded this movement after the experience of preaching to the wretched coal miners of Bristol
    $800 10
A trio of drag queens journey across the Australian Outback
    $800 20
Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of this island & about 600 nearby islands
    DD: $3,200 15
In the last chapter of "Billions & Billions", this scientist talked about the disease that took his life
    $800 25
The pair seen here
    $1000 6
"The 2000 Dubious Achievements! Who Will Survive?"
    $1000 30
"As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen" is the autobiography of this Korean reverend who died in 2012
    $1000 11
Sam, who is dead, communicates with girlfriend Molly via a phony psychic
    $1000 21
It was a 1980s confederation of Senegal & the Gambia
    $1000 16
John Kennedy Toole was awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for this novel published 11 years after his suicide
    $1000 26
Unclothed & a novel about Fremen

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kristin Scott Katie
$1,400 $1,800 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Scott Katie
$5,200 $400 $9,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In spite of the fact that the draw has, uh, Kristin, as a NASA strategic analyst.)
(Alex: "P-O-I" coming up in each correct response.)
(Alex: We want [*] whatever we give you in the clue.)
    $400 7
"A ring" refers to the outermost of the 3 rings of this planet that are easily seen with a small telescope
    $400 26
In 2011 she confirmed the rumors, announcing that she would be moving to NASCAR full-time
    $400 16
The 1,285-foot Woodingdean Well in Brighton in this country is the world's deepest hand-dug well
    $400 11
The August 1819 Battle of Boyaca in Colombia convinced the bulk of the Spanish royalist army to surrender to him
    $400 6
To name to a position, like Supreme Court justice
    $400 1
    $800 8
"MGN" was short for this spacecraft named for a Portuguese explorer
    $800 27
In 1998 she became the first U.S. soccer player to score 100 international goals
    $800 17
In chapter 7 of this work, the Dormouse tells the history of a family that lived at the bottom of a well made of treacle
    $800 12
"Finlandization" entered the language to mean official neutrality under the influence of this country
    $800 19
We bet you're itching to name this vine with trifoliate leaves & whitish berries
    $800 2
The Motor City--
    $1200 9
"EDL" refers to entry, descent & this
    $1200 28
American Claressa Shields won gold as the women's version of this sport made its Olympic debut in 2012
    $1200 23
The name of this largest Lebanese city is derived from a Canaanite word for "wells"
    $1200 13
In Italy in the 1920s, you wore a black shirt to identify yourself as a member of this party
    $1200 20
Proverbially, "to the victor belong" these
    $1200 3
Dixville Notch,
New Hampshire
    $1600 10
The 4 largest satellites of Jupiter are a class named for this Italian astronomer
    $1600 29
In 1950 Patty Berg helped found this organization & served as its first president
    DD: $4,000 24
Abraham's servant found this wife for his master's son Isaac at a well near the city of Nahor
    $1600 14
In 1368 the Chinese told this dynasty, also called the Yuan, you Khan go now
    $1600 21
Composure or dignified bearing
    $1600 4
Minnesota &
North Dakota
    $2000 18
To NASA "AZ" doesn't mean Arizona; it refers to this position along the observer's horizon
    $2000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows us a map of parts of England and France.) The crossing of the English Channel would have been 21 miles straight, but because of bad weather on August 6, 1926, a 35-mile route was swum by this Olympic gold medalist
    $2000 25
Named for a French region, it's drilled through hard rock to reach water capable of rising to the surface by its own pressure
    DD: $4,000 15
Count de Chabrol really liked to count; he coined this term for Napoleon's brief return, March 20 - July 8, 1815
    $2000 22
Affecting or moving the emotions, like a heart-tugging movie scene
    $2000 5

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Scott Katie
$22,000 $1,200 $13,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Design artist Iwao Takamoto said the exterior for the Skypad Apartments on "The Jetsons" was inspired by a landmark in this city

Final scores:

Kristin Scott Katie
$30,000 $200 $27,599
5-day champion: $69,098 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristin Scott Katie
$19,600 $5,200 $11,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
11 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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Game tape date: 2012-10-16
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