Show #6663 - Wednesday, July 31, 2013

2013 Kids Week game 3.


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Shuli Jones, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Thomas Hurley, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Newtown, Connecticut

Skyler Hornback, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Sonora, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: "I-Z-E" coming up--or, for Shuli's benefit, "I-Zed-E" coming up--in each correct response.)
    $200 11
You do this to tell someone you're sorry for what you did
    $200 1
Grab a cup of this, like Dannon's "Fruit on the Bottom"; it's a good source of calcium
    $200 2
He wove the Book of Revelation into his final Narnia book, "The Last Battle"
    $200 16
Extracting a pencil to cure "Writer's Cramp" in the patient in this game might require the nerves of a surgeon
    $200 21
"Here comes" this pint-sized beauty pageant sensation aka Alana Thompson
    $200 26
No roads lead into
this state capital
    DD: $2,000 12
To punish a sports player for an infraction
    $400 7
How about a Belgian one of these treats, made in an iron & served with butter & maple syrup
    $400 3
On June 2, 2003 she awoke from a dream with the characters Edward & Isabella in mind
    $400 17
We hope the Gingerbread People avoid the Molasses Swamp & make it to the Lollipop Woods in this board game
    $400 22
SpongeBob & Squidward work at this restaurant
    $400 27
It was first settled in 1624
    $600 13
To sprinkle the forehead with water to signify entry into the faith
    $600 8
I'll cook some huevos rancheros, these served on tortillas & topped with salsa
    $600 4
As a teenager in Missouri, he got a job as a writer on his brother's newspaper, the Hannibal Western Union
    $600 18
In the classic Milton Bradley game, a battleship is 4 squares & this is the biggest vessel, taking up 5
    $600 23
Get mom, dad, brother & sis to join you for shows like "Melissa & Joey" on the network called ABC this
    $600 28
It became the state capital in 1854
    $800 14
To kill microorganisms in preparation for surgery
    $800 9
A Southern favorite is the buttermilk type of these small quick breads smothered in gravy
    $800 5
Captain George North was the pseudonym this author first used for "Treasure Island"
    $800 19
The weapons in this game have included a rope, a lead pipe, a knife, a wrench, a revolver & a candlestick
    $800 24
On "Phineas and Ferb," a lone platypus stands up against the evil plans of this doctor
    $800 29
It lies on both sides of the Kennebec River
    $1000 15
To sing in pleasant addition to the main singer
    $1000 10
For the record there's no fish called a lox--the lox on your bagel is made from this fish
    $1000 6
While living in Paris in the 1820s, this "Rip Van Winkle" author wrote plays to support himself
    $1000 20
This game in which little men are lined up on rods in rows is also called table soccer
    $1000 25
A PSA, which tells you to do something good like read books or install smoke alarms, stands for this announcement
    $1000 30
On November 25, 1861, it became a territorial capital

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

Skyler Thomas Shuli
$5,200 $2,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Skyler Thomas Shuli
$10,200 $5,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
The Willamette Valley is the agricultural heart of this "Beaver State"
    $400 20
To visit the Museum of the Confederacy, you have to go to this Virginia capital
    $400 1
If you have 2 dozen dolls & you sell 1/3 of them, you're left with this many
    $400 8
In 1969 Apollo 11 landed humans here for the first time ever
    $400 6
Drake & Eminem were featured artists on "Loud", an album from this single-named singer
    $400 10
Sayonara means this in Tokyo; hey, we just got here
    $800 23
Among the world's deepest, Nepal's Kali Gandaki River Valley lies between 2 26,000-foot peaks in this range
    $800 21
This Paris museum is the most visited art museum in the world
    $800 2
Your class forms a leapfrog league with teams made up of 4 players each; with 28 kids in your class, there are this many teams
    $800 9
On Sept. 3, 1939 Great Britain & then France declared war on Germany, & this war was on
    $800 7
Steve Carell voiced "superbad superdad" Gru, a criminal mastermind-turned-family man in this animated pic
    $800 11
People in Paris mainly use this word to say yes, yes, yes all the way home
    $1200 24
Trying to find the highest peak in this mountain system? The "trail" leads to Mount Mitchell in North Carolina
    $1200 27
In 2012 the Children's Museum of Indianapolis had an exhibit honoring this classic toy spud
    DD: $10,000 3
Vacation has taken you to a country where it's 4 pesos to every dollar, so your $7.50 gets you this many pesos
    $1200 13
In August 2008 the Summer Olympics took place in this Asian country
    $1200 16
Jamie, Adam & their team separate truth from urban legend on this Discovery Channel show
    $1200 12
If you like your potato chips salzig in Salzburg, you like them this way
    $1600 25
The Valley of them was the burial site for most of the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt's New Kingdom
    DD: $4,000 28
What's called "The Oldest House Museum Complex" is located in this Florida city, the USA's oldest city
    $1600 4
You've got $2,000 saved for that Ferrari; at 5.5% annual interest, you'll make this much towards your goal in one year
    $1600 14
The Gregorian one of these replaced the Julian one in 1582 & moved the date forward 10 days to catch things up
    $1600 17
She's tall & thin, she's blonde, she's a Best Country Solo Performance Grammy winner for her song "Mean"
    $1600 19
"Buenas tardes" said our tour guide in Madrid; he meant this
    $2000 26
Go ahead, build a house on Madera Volcano in Nicaragua--it's this word meaning "sleeping"
    $2000 29
A hand-pulled hose cart is on display at the Orange County, New York museum of these professionals
    $2000 5
You can eat 2 pancakes in a minute & a half, so it'll take you this long to eat 8
    $2000 15
This khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan, ruled much of Asia by the time he died in 1294
    $2000 18
He's short & round, he's pink, he's the title video game character in his "Return to Dream Land"
    $2000 30
Beethoven put this Italian word for a brisk tempo on 3 of the 4 movements of his Fifth Symphony

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Skyler Thomas Shuli
$36,600 $9,600 $6,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Abraham Lincoln called this document, which took effect in 1863, "a fit and necessary war measure"

Final scores:

Skyler Thomas Shuli
$66,600 $6,600 $3,200
Winner: $66,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Skyler Thomas Shuli
$26,200 $9,600 $10,400
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
0 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $46,200

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Game tape date: 2013-02-04
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