Show #4939 - Thursday, February 16, 2006

2006 Teen Tournament final game 1.


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Matt Klein, a senior from Pittsford, New York

Papa Chakravarthy, a sophomore from Lexington, Kentucky

Andrew Kreitz, a senior from Huntington Beach, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're talking about area, here.)
    $200 4
No adults? No problem! Oh wait, big problem for Simon & stranded British prep schoolers in this 1954 novel
    $200 12
Kristin Kreuk plays her, Clark Kent's star-crossed love on "Smallville"
    $200 1
New Mexico,
New Jersey,
New Hampshire
    $200 26
Phonograph needles have been made from the spines of some species of this desert plant, lamp bases from others
    $200 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a video camera.) Don't sweat this setting--in shooting a wide shot like an alien army approaching from a distance, just make it infinity
    $200 28
Fins on the bottom of a fish are called pectoral; this is used to describe the opposite fin up on top
    $400 5
The Thought Police & Newspeak are 2 terms from this chilling 1949 novel
    $400 22
Kristen Bell is this title sleuth at Neptune High
    $400 2
    $400 27
The hybrid tea varieties of this beautiful flower are so named because they smell like tea
    $400 14
The length of movies was once described in numbers of these circular holders for film
    $400 6
Any powdered soap that cleans your clothes in the washing machine
    $600 9
This 1943 Saint-Exupery title guy fancies himself quite the horticulturist
    $600 23
This actor plays the sensitive but stubborn Ephram on "Everwood"
    $600 3
    $600 17
The granite type of this grows on rocks, while the sphagnum is found in bogs & other marshy areas
    $600 24
(Jon of the Clue Crew surrounds a smiling Jimmy with his thumbs and forefingers made into a rectangle.) Also done to a painting, it's what I'm doing to visualize what the shot will look like on screen
    $600 25
If you think someone's wrong, you may "beg to" do this
    $800 10
Otto Lidenbrock plots a subterranean trip in this 1864 Jules Verne novel
    $800 29
Life in the O.C. is never dull with this actress seen here
    $800 15
    $800 16
The Monterey cyprus only grows naturally in 2 groves, both along the coast of this state
    $800 19
You can acknowledge your grips & soda bringers in the closing credits, also called "end" these
    $800 7
A succession of monarchs from the same family
    $1000 11
Howard Roark's nonconformist ideas get him expelled from architectural school in this Ayn Rand novel
    $1000 30
Stacey Farber & Aubrey Graham play Ellie Nash & Jimmy Brooks, 2 of the teens on this Canadian series
    $1000 8
    DD: $1,500 18
Daffodils & jonquils belong to a group named for this mythological youth who loved his own reflection
    $1000 20
(Kelly of the Clue Crew claps together a traditional movie set sight.) Your film teacher will insist you use one of these before each shot; the sound of it helps sync up audio & video
    $1000 21
This word was shortened into "demo", what novice musicians make

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Andrew Papa Matt
$1,000 $2,400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Papa Matt
$1,400 $4,100 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
You can visit the 1564 Stratford-upon-Avon birthplace of this writer of some repute
    $400 6
This actress seen here was harder to see in some scenes of 2005's "Fantastic Four"
    $400 11
This telephone inventor was largely home-schooled before becoming a teacher himself at age 16
    $400 30
Considered to be the words of God himself, the Koran is the holy book of this religion
    $400 19
Susy Clemens (1872-1896) was this to Mark Twain
    $400 29
It can be cheap, like this type of trail bike
    $800 2
In July of 1945 England said, "Thanks, we'll take it from here" & booted this prime minister from office
    $800 7
The twins this character gives birth to in "Revenge of the Sith" grow up to be Luke & Leia
    $800 14
As a teen in the 1480s, this sculptor of "David" studied art at a school in the Medici Gardens
    $800 21
More than 80% of India's people practice this religion
    $800 20
Your mom is this to your first cousin's mom
    $800 28
Mr. Aiken could sing the praises of this earthy material that's used in bricks & pottery
    $1200 3
In 1974 this "Brief History of Time" author calculated that black holes aren't completely black
    $1200 8
Katey Sagal voiced Turanga Leela, a one-eyed character on this animated Fox series
    $1200 15
Victoria Woodhull was a teen medium & fortune-teller before becoming the first woman to run for pres. of this country
    $1200 18
Latter-Day Saints is the more correct term for members of this church
    DD: $3,000 27
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is this to Senator Edward M. Kennedy
    $1200 22
Chimney sweeps can show you this carbonaceous substance produced during incomplete combustion
    DD: $1,000 4
She's written 2 volumes of memoirs: "The Downing Street Years" & "Path to Power"
    $1600 9
Either of the 2 similar-sounding roles portrayed by Liv Tyler & Miranda Otto in the "Lord of the Rings" series
    $1600 16
Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia was born in NYC, but as a teen he lived in this Hungarian capital city
    $1600 12
For more than 400 years, the chief monk of Tibetan Buddhism has gone by this title
    $1600 23
Napoleon was this to Joseph Bonaparte, whom he made King of Spain
    $1600 24
Campers & military personnel need this type of kit to eat in the hall with the same name
    $2000 5
The son of an illiterate yeoman, he'd "gravitate" toward inventing infinitesimal calculus
    $2000 10
This actress, Rogue in the "X-Men" films, won an Oscar when she was 11
    $2000 17
He was a teen apprentice to a surgeon-apothecary before writing poems like "Ode to a Nightingale"
    $2000 13
While there are 3 orders of Franciscans, all follow the ideals of the founder, St. Francis of this city
    $2000 26
In the Bible, Abraham was this to Jacob
    $2000 25
Upton Sinclair could have told you how to be this type of raker; he was often described as one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Papa Matt
$8,400 $5,500 $19,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

On December 11, 1987 it was designated as the national march of the United States

Final scores:

Andrew Papa Matt
$6,500 $4,000 $11,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Papa Matt
$9,400 $8,000 $19,000
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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