Show #4650 - Friday, November 19, 2004

2004 College Championship semifinal game 3.


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Lindsey Hargrove, a senior at the University of Texas from Bellaire, Texas

Kelley Burd, a junior at West Virginia University from Bristol, West Virginia

Kermin Fleming, a junior at Carnegie Mellon University from Lexington, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

THE "O.C."
    $200 1
The sartorius, which flexes the thigh, is the body's longest one of these
    $200 6
This daughter of a pop music icon found "The Simple Life" on Fox
    $200 16
The cereal that Tony the Tiger thinks is gr-r-reat is Kellogg's Frosted Flakes of this
    $200 8
"Because you've got better things to do than plug in and wait", the battery of this co.'s Civic Hybrid recharges itself
    $200 15
In a Grimm fairy tale, a witch entices this brother & sister into a gingerbread house
    $200 20
The Olympic Games begin with these events
    $400 2
World Book describes this organ as a "grayish-pink jellylike ball with many ridges and grooves"
    $400 7
This tennis star born in Omaha is nicknamed A-Rod
    $400 17
The total weight of copper in this statue is 31 tons, though the copper sheeting is only 3/32 of an inch thick
    $400 9
At 55 MPG, you could get from L.A. to Vegas on about 5 gallons driving a Prius from this company
    $400 22
It's the town where 20 people were executed for being witches in 1692
    $400 26
It's the capital of the Sooner State
    $600 3
It's the area of hardened skin at the base & sides of your fingernails, or a protective outer layer of a hair
    $600 12
She & Chris Robinson have a baby named Ryder Russell Robinson
    $600 18
For McDonald's fries, this portion found in the name of a documentary translates to 610 calories & 29 grams of fat
    $600 10
The Altra EV from this company that also makes the Altima can hit 75 MPH; what a (non) gas!
    $600 23
As a witch's familiar, Pywacket is one of these animals in the play "Bell, Book and Candle"
    $600 27
Freudian theory in which a son wants to kill his father & marry his mother
    $800 4
This substance that covers the tooth is the hardest tissue in the body
    $800 13
He's the fashion savant on "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"
    $800 19
A 2003 stamp honored the bicentennial of this, often called the greatest real estate deal in history
    $800 11
The Escape Hybrid from this company claims to have a "range of well over 400 miles on a single tank"
    $800 24
This term for a group of witches is from an Anglo-Norman word meaning "assembly"
    $800 28
This Neil Simon play featured the antics of fussy Felix & slovenly Oscar
    $1000 5
As well as red & white blood cells you have these disk-like cells, aka thrombocytes, to help blood clot
    $1000 14
This American supermodel's dad is a Dutch-born furniture maker
    $1000 21
This white school shoe is named for the shape of the black leather piece that's over the middle section of the shoe
    $1000 30
The EV1 got a fantastic 0 MPG, as it was a no-gas vehicle from this U.S. co. organized by William Durant in 1908
    DD: $1,000 25
In this Hawthorne tale, a "young" man discovers his neighbors practicing witchcraft
    $1000 29
This man and his son ruled England following the execution of King Charles I

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

Kermin Kelley Lindsey
$1,400 $2,800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kermin Kelley Lindsey
$7,400 $5,400 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the school each is affiliated with.)
(Alex: ...who is the coach of the Panthers basketball team here at the University of Pittsburgh.)
    $400 11
The Renaissance began in the early 1300s in the northern city-states of what is now this country
    $400 25
"The Chronicles of Riddick" star who is an internal-combustion machine found in trucks
    $400 16
The Daily Bruin
    $400 20
You could say it was horrible that he became the first Russian czar in 1547, but that wouldn't be quite the right word
    $400 1
Other names for this Australian dog are Noggum, Maliki & Boolomo; don't let one "steal your by-bee"
    $400 6
(Coach Dixon diagrams the clue on the board.) We need to force some turnovers--let's use this "full-court" defense
    $800 12
This French author poked fun at man's follies in his stinging satire "Gargantua"
    $800 26
"Hybrid Theory" & "Meteora" are albums by this alt-metal band that's the second-priciest Monopoly property
    $800 17
The Daily Tar Heel
    $800 21
In 2000 the Russian Orthodox Church canonized this last Russian czar & his family
    $800 2
With public sentiment running high from WWI, the British renamed this breed Alsatian
    $800 7
(Coach Dixon diagrams the clue on the board.) As long as they're in man-to-man, keep going to this basic play which starts with setting a pick
    DD: $2,000 13
King Philip II hated this artist's "Martyrdom at St. Maurice", so he never gained royal favor; he soon moved to Toledo
    $1200 28
1977 film in which Luke Skywalker uses the force in the struggle between the royal houses of York & Lancaster
    $1200 18
The Daily Gamecock
    $1200 22
In 1762 Peter III was deposed, she became reigning empress & poor ol' Pete was murdered shortly thereafter
    $1200 3
When a problem comes along you must name this British breed seen here
    $1200 8
(Coach Dixon diagrams the clue on the board.) This is what I tell people who don't belong in the gym; it's also the play we'll run to isolate our hot hand on one side
    $1600 14
In his 1509 work "The Praise of Folly", this Dutch priest criticized the moral quality of church leaders
    $1600 27
"Sister Act" comedienne who is a 1740s piece of music J.S. Bach wrote for harpsichord
    $1600 19
The Hoya
    $1600 23
In 1887 the brother of this first USSR leader was executed for attempting to kill Czar Alexander III
    DD: $2,000 4
This breed shares its name with a famous 1830s British science ship
    $1600 9
(Coach Dixon diagrams the clue on the board.) We'll never get transition points if you don't sharpen up this pass that gets the fast break going
    $2000 15
He opposed Henry VIII's divorce, but Henry appointed him anyway to succeed Cardinal Wolsey as Lord Chancellor
    $2000 29
Not only was this man Chief Justice of the U.S. from 1801 to 1835, he's also Eminem's real name
    $2000 30
Washington Square News
    $2000 24
The 1980s were tough on Russian heads of state: he died in 1982, Andropov in 1984 & Chernenko in 1985
    $2000 5
Zeppo Marx helped establish the U.S. line of this hound that would feel at home in Kandahar
    $2000 10
(Coach Dixon diagrams the clue on the board.) When I talk about the "3-man" type of this, I don't mean something you get at the hair salon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kermin Kelley Lindsey
$28,200 $7,800 $9,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1952 William Rehnquist graduated first in his class at Stanford Law & she graduated third

Final scores:

Kermin Kelley Lindsey
$29,241 $15,600 $2
Finalist 2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kermin Kelley Lindsey
$27,400 $7,800 $8,600
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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Game tape date: 2004-10-10
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