Show #5011 - Monday, May 29, 2006


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Eric Dolansky, a Ph.D. student in marketing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Amy Cash, a geology student originally from Elmont, New York

Keith Suta, a writer from Bozeman, Montana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with the word "five".)
    $200 25
On the squirrel monkey of South America, this may be 16 inches long
    $200 20
To reduce drag & increase distance & accuracy, a golf ball has many of these cute little depressions
    $200 16
Ramen is a noodle; the Ramayana is an epic poem of India composed in this ancient language
    $200 5
Honeycomb home
    $200 4
The only sure bet for things you can't do at night in this city is get a sunburn
    $200 1
Jailed after the Jacobite Rebellion, the Earl of Nithsdale escaped from this landmark dressed as a woman
    $400 27
Animal that was the main staple of the Plains Indians economy
    $400 21
Varieties of this sport include major fast pitch & major slow pitch
    $400 17
"Everwood" is the WB family drama; this is the *&%$#*!@ HBO Old West drama
    $400 6
A dirty, shabby bar
    $400 10
While on a late night stroll, window shop or stop at a cafe along the boulevards of this city
    $400 2
Famous for escaping marriages, this libertine was jailed in 1755 but escaped a Venetian prison
    $600 28
The bulls of this tusked aquatic mammal also known as the morse may weigh over 3,000 pounds
    $600 22
Held annually in Akron, Ohio since 1935, this competition takes place in stock, super stock & masters divisions
    $600 18
Byron Nelson won the PGA championship in 1945; this Nelson helped win the Battle of Cape St. Vincent in 1797
    $600 7
Herb with a strong onion flavor
    $600 11
Grab a quick pork chop sandwich or dine at some trendy spots in the South Loop in this city
    $600 3
Peter Strelzyk & Guenter Wetzel flew their families out of East Germany using this homemade device
    $800 30
While on safari in Africa, your guide may point out a dik-dik, a small one of these animals
    $800 24
In 1981 soccer's 1st Toyota Cup was held in this world capital between the champion clubs of Europe & South America
    $800 19
A gazelle is a graceful animal; this 1841 ballet has been called "the 'Hamlet' of the dance"
    $800 8
To grow vigorous & healthy
    $800 12
Buy clothes, get your fortune told or hear Cantonese opera singers at this Asian area's Temple Street Market
    DD: $1,000 13
When Chinese troops invaded in 1959, this leader escaped through a Himalayan mountain pass
    $1000 29
This handsome imperiled type of owl seen here has Northern, Californian & Mexican subspecies
    $1000 26
In the mid-1940s Army had 2 Heisman winners in its backfield: Glenn Davis & this "physician" of the gridiron
    $1000 23
Fort Dix is an Army Reserve training center; this Dix was a social reformer in the 1840s
    $1000 9
In Tennyson it precedes " seek, to find, and not to yield"
    $1000 15
The Goethe House closes early in this city-am-Main, but the yearly book fair has late night conferences
    $1000 14
This author famously escaped the firestorm from the bombing of Dresden by hiding in a slaughterhouse

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

Keith Amy Eric
$3,600 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Amy Eric
$5,600 $4,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the film each quote is taken from.)
    $400 1
Canada celebrates Thanksgiving on the second Monday of this month, on the same day as our Columbus Day
    $400 3
No. 12:
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning"
    $400 30
It can also be called a waistcoat, but usually not if it's the down type
    $400 8
In "Romeo and Juliet", Juliet's mother is known as Lady this
    $400 21
Making a "jumbo" one of these can be risky; banks have reserves to cover losses on bad ones
    $400 16
Caped crusaders hook up with "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous" host to become this crimefighting duo
    $800 2
If you're sending a love letter to your Canadian sweetie & put SK on the envelope, she lives in this province
    $800 4
No. 56:
"A boy's best friend is his mother"
    $800 26
Tradition says a cummerbund's pleats face up to hold theater tickets, or falling these at a banquet
    $800 9
Most of "Othello" is set on this island that was part of the Ottoman Empire when the play was written
    $800 22
A 1987 law says you can only sign for this purpose on the top 1 1/2 inches of the back of a check
    $800 17
"Roll up" for this Beatles album that's a prestigious French cycling race
    $1200 11
In 1911 the U.S. & Canada signed a convention to give protection to these "northern fur" critters
    $1200 5
No. 36:
"Badges? We ain't got no badges! We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!"
    DD: $2,200 27
Though it had the name of a woman from an 1882 play, this hat with a front-to-back crease became popular for men
    $1200 10
Sounds corny, but in "King Lear" Regan is married to the duke of this place
    $1200 23
This word for a bank officer in charge of assets can also mean "to fire"
    $1200 18
Presidential assassin who won acclaim for the novels "The Magnificent Ambersons" & "Alice Adams"
    DD: $4,000 12
The big bay between Canada & Greenland was discovered by & named for this Englishman
    $1600 6
No. 27:
"I'm walking here! I'm walking here!"
    $1600 28
First popular in the 1920s, Oxford bags are a type of these
    $1600 14
Act I, Scene VII of this play takes place at the gates of Corioli
    $1600 24
In its "pursuit" of assets, this historic banking name is now combined with the name of J.P. Morgan
    $1600 19
Dystopian novel in which teenage killer Alex leads his gang to drink a certain kind of black tea grown in India
    $2000 13
The name of this peninsula in S.E. Quebec might come from a Mi'kmaq Indian word meaning "land's end"
    $2000 7
No. 77:
This "is people!"
    $2000 29
The full name of a pattern includes "Urquhart", but it's usually just called this "plaid", a Scottish word for a valley
    $2000 15
Shaw wrote a new Act V for the play about this title king of Britain, & staged it as a play by itself
    $2000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew "checks" in with a little something for Brad Rutter.) These numbers which allow the U.S. to process 40 billion checks a year are part of a 50 year-old system called MICR, or "magnetic ink" this
    $2000 20
Nez Perce leader who became a "prized" newspaper publisher

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Amy Eric
$10,800 $7,800 $17,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Encouraged by RFK to seek public office, he left the Marines as a colonel in 1965 & won a Senate seat 9 years later

Final scores:

Keith Amy Eric
$5,800 $15,600 $21,601
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keith Amy Eric
$10,600 $7,800 $14,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2006-03-30
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