Show #7027 - Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Kristin Sausville game 5.


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Colin Gleeson, a retail manager from Chicago, Illinois

Irene Brockman, a graduate student in chemical engineering from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Kristin Sausville, a stay-at-home mom from Newark, Delaware (whose 4-day cash winnings total $81,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we want you to name the political party that each person is associated with.)
    $200 29
These candies with holes in them were introduced the same year the Titanic sank
    $200 1
While at this duo's Waterbury, Vt. factory, stop by the FlavoRoom to sample the ice cream flavor of the day
    $200 7
It's the place where a photographer goes to see what develops
    $200 2
Pre-reactor use, this-235 must be separated from this-238, which is more plentiful but doesn't fission easily
    $200 23
In 1975 "Rock And Roll All Nite" became the first Top 40 hit for this band unafraid of a little stage makeup
    $200 24
Ex-Representative Eric Cantor
    $400 30
Starting in the 1880s his name was on a catalog of goods from dresses to guns; starting in the 1970s, on a tower
    $400 8
In Kearney, Missouri you can visit the restored childhood home of this 19th c. bank & train robber
    $400 12
As a verb, it means to accost & detain a person in conversation; as a noun, it's a small slit in a garment
    $400 3
An adult man has about 1/8 ounce of this element whose chemical symbol comes from the Latin word for it, ferrum
    $400 22
Irish band Thin Lizzy's biggest U.S. hit came when telling us that they "Are Back In Town"
    $400 25
Senator Dick Durbin
    $600 19
If it had issued credit cards when it was founded & you'd gotten one the first year, yours would say "Member Since 1850"
    $600 9
Anne Hathaway's cottage in this British town features a butterfly trail & a floral garden
    $600 13
A style of comedy named for a paddle once wielded by clowns
    $600 4
Superman would find this element, atomic number 36, right at home
    $600 16
Paul McCartney sang, "But if this ever-changing world in which we live in, makes you give in and cry... say" this
    $600 26
The former governor seen here
    DD: $6,000 20
This company traces its history to the founding of the New York Gas Light Company in 1823, before Thomas was born
    $800 10
This city's La Ronde amusement park stands on the site of Expo '67
    $800 14
A leader of Templar knights, or a chess player of the highest level
    $800 5
Hail hydrargyrum, the Latin word meaning "liquid silver" that gives this element its chemical symbol
    $800 17
In 2014 this band's "Songs of Innocence" made a stealthy showing in people's iTunes; some shot down that idea
    $800 27
Prime minister Tony Blair
    $1000 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the screen.) Manet's painting of "A Bar at the Folies-Bergère" has some excellent details; one bottle has the artist's signature and date, while others are this ale brand identifiable from the red triangle on its label
    $1000 11
Auto racing fans will delight in attending the Australian Grand Prix, a Formula One race in this 2nd-largest Aussie city
    $1000 15
Where the Mississippi meets the shore; Brad Paisley sang of "laughing all the way to" it
    $1000 6
More often used in Europe, this other name for tungsten derives from the mineral from which it was originally extracted
    $1000 18
Jeff Tweedy wrote "Standing O" & "Sunloathe" for this group's album "The Whole Love"
    $1000 28
President Francois Mitterrand

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

Kristin Irene Colin
$4,600 $600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Irene Colin
$7,200 $600 $14,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 29
In 2007 this Down Under landmark designed by Jorn Utzon became a UNESCO World Heritage Site
    $400 1
St. George's Channel south of Dublin connects this sea with the north Atlantic
    $400 10
MTV's Video of the Year for 2011 was this California gurl's "Firework"
    $400 12
Cobweb & Mustardseed are 2 of the fairies in this play
    $400 15
Meet me in the quad, this 10-letter area on campus
    $800 27
This 19th century author was not only related to one of the judges but some of the accused witches as well
    $800 28
A 1960 design competition entry helped get this Chinese American selected to design the multi-airline terminal at JFK
    $800 3
The Aleutian Basin forms part of the southwest floor of this sea
    $800 11
This British musical about a coal miner's young son danced away with 10 Tony Awards in 2009
    DD: $2,000 13
All the words start with the same letter in the title of this play from around 1595
    $800 21
On "Star Trek", the federation's planets are mostly in the Alpha one
    DD: $5,800 18
5-year-old Dorcas Goode confessed to being a witch & keeping one of these spirits in animal form, in her case a black snake
    $1200 2
Rafael Viñoly's 432 this non-numbered avenue has a $95 million penthouse looking down on the Empire State Building
    $1200 4
One boat tour of this largest Scottish lake by surface area stops at the pubs along its bonny, bonny banks
    $1200 7
Ty Burrell & this TV wife on "Modern Family" both won Best Supporting Comedy Emmys in 2011
    $1200 14
Shakespeare introduced the English name Jessica for a character in this play
    $1200 22
Davenport & Bettendorf, Iowa, plus 3 (huh?) places in Illinois
    $1600 19
Harvard's pres., from this preaching family, said 10 witches escaped is better than 1 innocent condemned
    $1600 5
My architect has a first name, it's O-S-C-A-R; he also has this last name, and designed Brazil's Congress building
    $1600 16
A 72-pound lake trout has been caught in this "great" lake, the largest entirely within Canada
    $1600 8
In 2008 this trio composed of Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott & Dave Haywood was named CMA New Artist of the Year
    $1600 25
Christopher Sly has the first line of this comedy
    $1600 23
A French square dance for 4 couples, with or without lobsters
    $2000 20
In 1976 Science Magazine blamed the strange behavior of some on ergot, this type of organism that grows on grains
    $2000 6
Say hello to Dali in Paris' Pompidou Center, co-designed by this Italian whose name is music to your ears
    $2000 17
The Torne River, which forms the border between Sweden & Finland, flows into this large gulf
    $2000 9
12 years in the making, this tale of growing up won Best Motion Picture, Drama at the 2015 Golden Globes
    $2000 26
Act I, scene i of this play is set before Master Page's house; the title tells you where the house is
    $2000 24
Like Munchkin, it's one of the fictional lands of Oz

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristin Irene Colin
$12,800 $1,800 $19,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This 2-digit number is the smallest prime number whose digits are both themselves prime numbers

Final scores:

Kristin Irene Colin
$13,199 $3,600 $12,399
5-day champion: $94,201 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristin Irene Colin
$12,800 $600 $19,600
24 R,
3 W
5 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2015-01-12
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