Show #4937 - Tuesday, February 14, 2006

2006 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.


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Andrew Kreitz, a senior from Huntington Beach, California

Allison Peña, a junior from Sunrise, Florida

Iddoshe Hirpa, a junior from Louisville, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
In the 2000 census, Des Moines & Cedar Rapids were the only 2 cities in this state with populations of more than 100,000
    $200 16
SpongeBob's multi-limbed neighbor & best friend who became a Jewish national symbol
    $200 1
Imagine managing propulsion for a Navy sub under this type of power, like the Virginia class
    $200 11
In October 2005, 6 days shy of her 16th birthday, this golf phenom from Hawaii announced she was turning pro
    $200 12
Honored with a star on Hollywood's "Walk of Fame"
    $200 21
Furry fungi you might find on food
    $400 6
Most of our nation's gold reserves are stored at Fort Knox in this state
    $400 19
Krusty the Clown's odd-haired partner who jammed to reggae in Jamaica before his 1981 death
    $400 2
You'll stay closer to home in this service, the USA's main maritime search & rescue organization
    $400 14
Henry Morton Stanley's most famous discovery, we presume, was this missing explorer in 1871
    $400 13
Studied music & the violin at the behest of his mother, Paulina
    $400 22
A wallet for carrying paper money
    DD: $1,000 7
It's the only state that has parishes instead of counties
    $600 28
Ghost-hunting Nickelodeon superhero who's in the title of "Star Wars: Episode I"
    $600 4
In the Army, gyms, movies & shopping are part of life on one of these, the P in PX
    $600 15
It's the proper term for the dot dot dots that indicate missing words in a sentence
    $600 20
A high school dropout but later graduated from college
    $600 23
A word meaning to rebuke someone angrily
    $800 8
The Ten Thousand Islands are off Florida; the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes is in this state
    $800 29
Mysterious masked brother of Speed who is an extreme sports competition
    $800 5
Though this job of controlling the course comes from the Latin for "ship", you can be one for an Air Force plane
    $800 17
1 potato, 2 potato, 3 potato, 4, more potatoes are of this brown-skinned variety than any other
    $800 24
Studied biochemical engineering in college
    $800 26
American plant seen here
    $1000 9
The U.S. Naval Academy opened in 1845 in this state
    $1000 30
Based on Peter Pan's little winged fairy friend, it's a way of grading tests
    $1000 10
Sorry, ladies--some Army jobs under this 6-letter category, like cannon crewmember, are off limits
    $1000 18 is one of the better-known websites for people interested in this 9-letter hobby
    $1000 25
Born in Beirut, Lebanon
    $1000 27
A doorsill, or a point that must be exceeded to begin producing a desired effect

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

Iddoshe Allison Andrew
$2,400 $800 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Iddoshe Allison Andrew
$6,600 $1,400 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
The water mammals called cetaceans are divided into dolphins, porpoises & these
    $400 20
Every year in Brockworth, England, a big wheel of this food is rolled down a hill & chased
    $400 8
Founded in 1963, the Barcelona museum devoted to this Spanish Cubist's works sprawls across 5 gothic palaces
    $400 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a forge in Old World Wisconsin.)
Essential to every community was the blacksmith, the black referring to this metal he worked with
    $400 19
This novel by J.D. Salinger chronicles 2 days in the life of a prep school student
    $400 1
It was a water sport before it became a term for browsing the web
    $800 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a microscopic photo on the monitor.) This genus comes before proteus, a shape changing Greek god, in the scientific name of the creature we're looking at
    $800 27
Overseen by WEPA, a polo tourney is played in Nepal each year using these huge animals instead of horses
    $800 13
The Peggy Guggenheim collection is housed at the Palazzio Venier Dei Leoni on this city's Grand Canal
    $800 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old World Wisconsin.) On a shaving bench like this one, pioneers would cut these thin pieces of wood to cover their roofs
    $800 23
Christopher Paolini was only 18 when he self-published "Eragon", the first volume in this trilogy
    $800 2
It was a fine string before it became a series of posts dealing with the same subject
    $1200 5
Linnaeus posited just 2 of these living realms, Plantae & Animalia; more are recognized now
    $1200 28
Compressed air, CO2 or N2 is what propels the marble-sized gelatin capsules in this war game
    $1200 17
The Museo Internazionale delle Marionette in Palermo on this Italian island is the world's top puppet museum
    $1200 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old World Wisconsin.) Many Finns came to the Upper Midwest; this is an authentic one of these bathhouses built by one family to sort of steam clean themselves
    $1200 24
The Greasers face off against the Socs in Oklahoma in this 1967 S.E. Hinton novel
    $1200 9
It was slang for coffee before it became a programming language that could run on any platform
    $1600 6
Microorganisms called euglena have a flexible pellicle, or membrane, in place of a rigid one of these
    $1600 29
As seen on Spike TV, slamball is basically this court sport played with the help of trampolines
    $1600 21
You can "wax" nostalgic at the historical figures in this museum next to the London Planetarium
    $1600 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from a pasture in Old World Wisconsin.)
In this "Little House" book that precedes "on the Prairie", Laura Ingalls Wilder described her earliest days in Wisconsin
    DD: $2,000 25
Jerry's refusal to sell candy for a school fundraiser ignites the title conflict in this Robert Cormier novel
    DD: $2,200 10
It was a marketplace or public square before it became an online area to post discussions
    $2000 7
Part of the immune system, these, named for their origin in the thymus, feature special receptor molecules
    $2000 30
Get up to 70 mph in the "street" version of this sport; it's like skateboarding down a hill on your back
    $2000 22
19th century Parisian dolls are on display at this principality's Museum of Automatons & Dolls
    $2000 18
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Old World Wisconsin.) Dedicated at Old World Wisconsin by Queen Margrethe, this restored house is typical of ones built by immigrants from this country
    $2000 26
Billy, whose dogs are Old Dan & Little Ann, finds out "Where" this "Grows" in a book by Wilson Rawls
    $2000 11
It was a small, flowing body of water before it became a continuous data transfer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Iddoshe Allison Andrew
$12,200 $6,400 $16,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2004 & 2005 this former university provost topped Forbes' list of the 100 most powerful women in the world

Final scores:

Iddoshe Allison Andrew
$23,000 $200 $24,401
2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Iddoshe Allison Andrew
$13,800 $8,600 $16,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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