Show #4986 - Monday, April 24, 2006

Doug Dorst game 3.


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Jacqueline Lovell, a teacher from Santa Barbara, California

Greg Little, a science analyst from North Plainfield, New Jersey

Doug Dorst, a writer and professor from Austin, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $51,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
September 24:
This team plays its last home game at Ebbets Field
    $200 1
In Malaysia Tom Hanks was the "Boy Wearing Man's Body" for this film
    $200 21
A single-rail train line
    $200 26
The southernmost point in South America, Cape Horn is part of this country
    $200 6
The spiral cavatappi resembles & is named for this spiral barroom tool
    $200 16
In a popular children's song, this fuzzy guy is "hoppin' down the bunny trail"
    $400 12
December 6:
The USA's first attempt to launch a satellite fails when it explodes on the launchpad at this Fla. site
    $400 2
In its Italian title this comedy had Mike Myers & Dana Carvey "Fused in the Head"
    $400 22
The multi-legged stand that supports your surveying equipment
    $400 27
SE of Cape Horn is the "South" version of this Scottish island group that shares its name with dogs & ponies
    $400 7
This rooster part gives the ruffled creste di galli its Italian name
    $400 17
In 1928 A.A. Milne published "The House at" this location
    $600 13
January 9:
Anthony Eden resigns from this job & Harold Macmillan takes over the next day
    $600 3
In Mexico Michael Douglas was one of the "Two Loafers After the Lost Emerald" in this film
    $600 23
The famous Dionnes of Ontario, Canada, for example
    $600 28
This strait that separates the Pacific & Atlantic oceans is named for a Portuguese guy
    $600 8
Perhaps J. Lo & Ben Affleck ate this pasta, Italian for "lilies", while making the film of the same name
    $600 18
In 1977 the U.S. signed a treaty to return control of this to its home country in 1999
    $800 14
April 22:
This Secy. of State says that the U.S. seeks to liberate Soviet satellites (nations, not spacecraft)
    $800 4
Translating this title, the Czech Republic thought Eddie Murphy was in charge of a "Crazy Kindergarten"
    $800 24
An animal like a lizard or a lion with 4 limbs for walking
    $800 29
Cape Horn is the southern extremity of this fiery archipelago
    $800 9
The disk-shaped orecchiette are little these body parts
    $800 19
Hits by this female country singer who sadly died in a plane crash included "Walkin' After Midnight"
    $1000 15
December 4:
The expulsion of thousands of Dutch nationals from this Asian country is announced
    $1000 5
Bulgaria changed this Adam Sandler film to "Psycho Therapy"
    $1000 25
A celebration to mark at 10-decade anniversary
    $1000 30
The largest desert in the Americas is in this Argentinean region visited by Darwin on his Beagle trips
    DD: $1,000 10
The name of this tubular pasta means "quills"
    $1000 20
This author penned the immortal line "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!"

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

Doug Greg Jacqueline
$2,400 -$200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Greg Jacqueline
$5,600 $2,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Perhaps he was just being modest when he said that his "Invisible Man" was "not an important novel"
    $400 19
Completes the nickname of Olaf Kolzig seen here--"Olie the ____"
    $400 21
On a prescription the abbreviation b.i.d. indicates you should take your medicine this often
    $400 14
"All reactionaries are paper" these animals
    $400 9
You're gonna need a bigger boat to top the record catch of 2,664 lbs. for one of these sharks caught off Australia in 1959
    $400 2
Digital impression prized by crime-scene investigators
    $800 7
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from outside of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL.) A vision of little scraps of Sunday dresses in this author's "Song of Solomon" refers to the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church
    $800 25
The logo seen here belongs to this storied franchise
    $800 22
Vitamin E can be measured in milligrams or in these, IU for short
    $800 15
"Political power grows out of" this
    $800 10
Just for the heck of it, identify this flatfish, one of which weighed in at 459 lbs. off Alaska in 1996
    $800 3
It's the "F" in a corporation's CFO
    DD: $2,000 8
This 1983 Pulitzer Prize winner is written in the form of letters, mostly from Celie to her sister & to God
    $1200 26
The Rangers are at home, so the game is at this arena
    $1200 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.) Used for lift-off & named for its fuel, this rocket, the SRB for short, is designed for reuse on at least 20 shuttle missions
    $1200 16
One of these dramatic upheavals "is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture"
    DD: $2,000 11
One of these freshwater pond fish was anything but "koi" when weighing in at 75 lbs., 11oz. in France in 1987
    $1200 4
Fussy when eating, like Morris the cat
    $1600 20
Her bestseller "Waiting to Exhale" focused on 4 black women living in Phoenix & hoping to find Mr. Right
    $1600 29
The trophy for the player with the most goals each season is named for Maurice Richard, famously nicknamed this
    $1600 24
These, CFCs, are bad for the environment
    $1600 17
"Weapons are an important factor in war, but not the decisive one; it is" this "and not materials that counts"
    $1600 12
Fish sandwiches were all the rage when a 1,496-lb. tuna of this colorful type was landed off Nova Scotia
    $1600 5
To obtain or achieve something through trickery or manipulation
    $2000 27
In the title of the late August Wilson's Tony-nominated play, this man's "Come and Gone"
    $2000 30
This legendary Boston defenseman is seen here scoring a championship-winning goal
    $2000 28
Ibuprofen is an NSAID--which stands for the "nonsteroidal" type of this "drug"
    $2000 18
"Communism is not love, communism is" one of these tools "which we use to crush the enemy"
    $2000 13
A 55-lb., 1-oz. specimen of the "Northern" type of this long, sharp-toothed fish was pulled ashore in Germany in 1986
    $2000 6
It's his wake in the title of a 1939 novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Greg Jacqueline
$21,200 $5,000 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mines near Ticonderoga, New York were once the USA's principal source for this 8-letter mineral

Final scores:

Doug Greg Jacqueline
$15,601 $0 $15,500
3-day champion: $66,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Greg Jacqueline
$21,200 $6,000 $9,000
25 R,
0 W
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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