Show #6557 - Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Drew Horwood game 1.


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Ilene Morgan, a mathematics professor from Rolla, Missouri

Drew Horwood, a business analyst from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dylan Wint, a neurologist and psychiatrist from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
It's not known whether Mrs. O'Leary's cow started Chicago's great fire, but it did start in one of these structures
    $200 21
To break in this piece of baseball equipment, you'll need some good oil, rubber bands & patience
    $200 2
A tantrum
    $200 9
In 2009 she hit the charts with "Cowboy Casanova"
    $200 1
This word for illicit whiskey comes from its being made at night
    $200 14
Many of Stephen King's stories & novels are set in this state, his birthplace
    $400 27
After 2/3 of Rome burned in 64 A.D., Nero blamed this obscure new religious sect
    $400 22
On June 27, 1915 residents of this state needed sunscreen when it saw 100° temps; July usually tops out at 59°, inland
    $400 3
An unpleasant taste, or a type of ale
    $400 10
Debbie Reynolds is the mom of this actress & writer
    $400 4
Some frogs eat so many of these, also called lightning bugs, that they glow
    $400 15
Beware of dog, specifically the St. Bernard gone berserk in this bestseller
    $600 28
In 1917 a fire on a TNT-laden ship in this Nova Scotia capital led to the biggest pre-atomic man-made explosion
    $600 23
To make goulash like Aunt Gyongyi did, you'll need this Hungarian red pepper condiment
    $600 6
4-letter verb meaning to move about with rapidity
    $600 11
She's played the Manolo Blahnik-shod Carrie Bradshaw on TV & in film
    $600 5
A mini-studio that's part of Fox is named for this item that beams above the 20th Century Fox logo
    $600 16
This nickname for death row at Cold Mountain penitentiary is also the title of a serial novel by King
    $800 29
Shockingly, a 2002 fire that blackened 200 square miles near Denver was started by an employee of this federal service
    $800 24
Latin term for the minimum number of members needed by parliamentary law to conduct business
    $800 7
Silvery reflective decorative material that comes in tiny bits--work it, sister!
    $800 12
"Hollywood Arms", a play by this comedienne & her daughter Carrie Hamilton, opened soon after Carrie died in 2002
    $800 19
The folks who make Kiwi shoe polish instruct once the polish has dried, do this to a brilliant shine
    $800 17
Be careful if you mess with teen misfit Carrie White, who has this ability to move things with her mind
    $1000 30
After London's great fire of 1666 started, this diarist said he buried a "Parmazan cheese as well as my wine"
    $1000 25
About 7" long, this pinkish gland produces 2 hormones needed to regulate the body's sugar balance
    $1000 8
A public prayer, or a catalog of events
    $1000 13
She played Trinity in the "Matrix" films
    $1000 20
This "Sphere", the visible surface of the sun, is only 300 miles thick, a tiny fraction of the sun's 430,000-mile radius
    DD: $1,000 18
Arnie Cunningham owns the jealous & deadly Christine, a Plymouth of this appropriate model

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

Dylan Drew Ilene
$2,200 $2,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Drew Ilene
$4,600 $4,000 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not an angel.)
    $400 20
Hedgehogs are often confused with these quilled rodents
    $400 16
The Germanic tribe known as the Angles gave their name to this country after touching down there in the 400s
    $400 1
This country's topographical regions include the Brittany-Normandy hills
    $400 6
This woman was all of 19 when she ascended the throne
    $400 4
"How To (Succeed)"
    $400 12
A place on a wall to receive a plug
    $800 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us some parrots in the jungle in Costa Rica.) Parrots aren't really great talkers; they don't even have vocal chords; their mimicry is actually whistling produced by an organ at the base of this, the windpipe
    $800 17
Wrestler Kurt Angle touched opponents all over on his way to winning gold at the 1996 Olympics in this city
    $800 2
Ganta & Buchanan are in this country whose name derives from a Latin word for "free"
    $800 27
The ancient Romans couldn't have dreamed of seeing this 50,000 seat arena from 423 miles up
    $800 5
"I Wonder What The King Is Doing Tonight"
    $800 13
In tennis, a 6-all set is decided this way
    DD: $1,000 22
Also called a suricate, this member of the mongoose family stands upright when watching for predators
    $1200 19
We were touched by the stunning vistas in the 1970 biopic of this WWII general, shot using wide-angle lenses
    $1200 3
Half the people of this country with 3 U's in its name live in its capital
    $1200 28
This lizard can move its eyes independently of each other; it can look in two directions at once
    $1200 9
"Jet Song"
    $1200 14
A place where the eggs of fish or birds are cultivated
    $1600 23
The name of this Eurasian bird of the crow family also means to cheat or swindle
    $1600 25
The angle a plane's wing makes with the air through which it moves is known by this violent name
    DD: $500 7
On its north, this African country also borders the Mediterranean
    $1600 30
It's a small square in a top corner of a coat of arms, and also another name for Guangzhou, China
    $1600 10
"Try To Remember"
    $1600 15
An entertainment conveying emotions by gestures instead of speech
    $2000 24
The 3 green species of this poisonous African snake in the cobra family are small & timid, but the black one is big & mean
    $2000 26
Mathematical term for the ratio of the length of side B to side C in the angle seen here
    $2000 8
Dictators ruled this westernmost country of continental Europe from 1926 to 1974
    $2000 29
In 1931 this Vegas visionary was one of the four executioners of "Joe the Boss" Masseria
    $2000 11
"Colonel Buffalo Bill"
    $2000 18
Relating to a body part that has lost its use due to evolutionary change

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Drew Ilene
$16,200 $8,500 $11,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In this novel the title character says, "It is a bad omen" after a guard does not hear a train & is crushed

Final scores:

Dylan Drew Ilene
$8,800 $16,998 $14,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,998 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dylan Drew Ilene
$16,200 $10,600 $12,800
20 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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Game tape date: 2012-10-29
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