Show #6573 - Wednesday, March 27, 2013


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Ryan Truchelut, a meterologist and graduate student from Tallahassee, Florida

Tom Carroll, a court officer lieutenant from White Plains, New York

Pat Clevenger, a civil engineer from Chalfant Borough, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
This word for an astrological forecast is from the Greek for "hour watching"
    $200 30
One of the most common wild felines of North America, it's named for its short tail
    $200 7
Regrettably, on September 22, 1776 this 21-year-old gave up his one life for his country
    $200 1
American League 1911, with an amazing .420:
this "Georgia Peach"
    $200 18
In a song by The Temptations:
"Papa was a ____ ____"
    $200 16
It's the largest city & seaport in Turkey
    $400 12
A preparation such as lipstick, skin cream or rouge, it's from the Greek for "order" or "arrangement"
    $400 27
Look out! A fer-de-lance is a poisonous one of these creatures
    $400 9
He was 68 when he defended the right of John T. Scopes to teach the theory of evolution
    $400 2
National League 7 times from 1943 to 1957:
he's "the man"!
    $400 25
The movie "Network":
"I'm as ____ as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"
    $400 19
A 3-foot rod & nonfreezing monofilament line will help you "tackle" this outdoor sport
    DD: $1,000 13
From Greek words for "two propositions", it's a difficult problem with equally unfavorable alternatives
    $600 26
When threatened, this mammal seen here just likes to roll with it
    $600 4
He was young (26) when he wrote the movie "Forever Young"; he's since brought us "Lost", "Fringe" & "Star Trek"
    $600 3
Pacific League (in Japan) 1994 through 2000, American League 2001 & 2004
    $600 24
"To every thing there is a season, and a ____ to every purpose under heaven"
    $600 17
When you cross it going east, you don't adjust your watch but your calendar, back one day
    $800 14
From the Greek for "thick-skinned", this zoological classification for an elephant or hippo is no longer used
    $800 28
With a developmental cycle longer than many marriages, the 17-year type of this insect is aka the 17-year locust
    $800 8
Sadly this pointillism pioneer was only 31 when he died of a sudden illness in Paris
    $800 5
National League 8 times starting in 1900:
I wish I had his baseball card
    $800 23
"The voice of the ____ is the voice of God"
    $800 20
Term for an indicator of rank, such as the eagle seen here for an army colonel
    $1000 15
It's a quotation at the front of a book, from the Greek for "write upon"
    $1000 29
Seen here is the largest member of the parrot family, the hyacinth type of this
    $1000 11
This German composer was just 17 when he wrote his overture for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in 1826
    $1000 6
American league 2012:
this Tiger (he led in homers & RBIs too)
    $1000 21
The mirror from Disney's "Snow White":
"Lips red as the rose, hair black as ____"
    $1000 22
In a 2009 film, it was the title possession of Dr. Parnassus

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

Pat Tom Ryan
$3,200 $2,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Tom Ryan
$4,400 $7,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
007 is just 014 years old in "SilverFin", a Charlie Higson book for younger readers about this hero
    $400 15
This small flute has been in orchestral use since the 1700s
    $400 24
Millard Fillmore appointed this religious leader the first governor of the Utah territories
    $400 29
After Chrysler's 2009 bankruptcy, this union's retirement health care fund received a 55% stake in the company
    $400 26
Found in Mauritania & best seen from the sky, the Richat Structure is also called "the eye of" this desert
    $400 30
This TV cartoon chihuahua was always irritated by an idiotic cat named Stimpy
    $800 18
Derivative novels like the steamy one I'm writing about Lila from the "Passage" trilogy are called FF, short for this
    $800 16
This verb is from the Latin for "speeded up"
    $800 23
"Land" ho! This Northern California city was founded in 1852 & named for the trees that grew there
    $800 28
In 2011 this Swiss-based food conglomerate moved to end child labor on its cocoa farms in Ivory Coast
    $800 25
Antarctica's Don Juan Pond almost never freezes--in this quality it measures 18 times the oceans
    DD: $7,500 27
(I am Cesar Millan.) Today I rehabilitate dogs & train people, but as a kid I wanted to be a trainer after watching these 2 legendary movie dogs, a collie & a German shepherd
    $1200 8
With "Jane Fairfax", Joan Aiken is just one of the authors building on this woman's early 19th c. works
    $1200 10
A plant of the genus Nicotiana that's not good for you
    $1200 1
A gold strike in Colorado led to the slogan this mountain "or bust"
    $1200 19
On Sept, 18, 2012 this city's teachers ended an 8-day strike, sending 350,000 kids back to school
    $1200 4
(Kelly of the Clue Crew stands amid seals on a beach in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.) In placing the Galapagos on its World Heritage List, this international organization described the islands as a unique living museum
    $1200 12
Uggie, rescued from an animal shelter, won the "Palm Dog" at Cannes for his work in this mostly silent 2011 film
    $1600 9
"Avenue Q" co-creator Jeff Whitty wrote "The Further Adventures of" this Ibsen title character
    $1600 11
This name in children's lit means "pine seed"; you nose I'm not lyin'
    DD: $2,000 2
In 1852 Henry & William opened this bank for express money transport using steamship, railroad or stagecoach
    $1600 20
The Family & Medical Leave Act allows a woman this many weeks of unpaid leave for the birth & care of a newborn child
    $1600 5
Yemen's Socotra Island has a tree that produces red sap called this mythic creature's blood
    $1600 13
Skippy, a wire-haired fox terrier, played this dog in the "Thin Man" movies
    $2000 22
Laura Kalpakian's sequel to "Les Miserables" is named after her, Jean Valjean's adopted daughter
    $2000 17
8 letters.
    $2000 3
This land purchase was originally to cost $15 million; the Senate approved a scaled-down version for 10 mil
    $2000 21
The Dept. of Labor is headquartered in a building named for this female secretary of labor who served from 1933 to 1945
    $2000 7
A giant crater in Turkmenistan that's been on fire for 40 years has been dubbed "The Door to" this place
    $2000 14
Charlotte on "Sex and the City" gave her dog the name of this legendary actress, with approval from the lady herself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Tom Ryan
$5,200 $20,000 $15,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

For 2012, the front of these awards shows Nike stepping out of the Parthenon & the reverse depicts the Thames

Final scores:

Pat Tom Ryan
$10,400 $32,000 $20,001
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $32,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Tom Ryan
$4,800 $21,000 $9,200
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
24 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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Game tape date: 2012-11-14
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