Show #5020 - Friday, June 9, 2006

Craig Westphal game 1.

Contestants

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Craig Westphal, a paramedic from Tucson, Arizona

Thomas Talbot, a bookstore manager from New York, New York

Roberta Ellington, a marketing coordinator from Tustin, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $41,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

JOLIET
SING SING
OZ
(Alex: All the clues will refer to the books, not the movie.)
ANDERSONVILLE
CHATEAU "DIF"
(Alex: And finally, we'll deal with an unpleasant subject...)
PRISON LIFE
    $200 6
In 1672 Louis Joliet was chosen to lead a Mississippi River expedition; this man was selected as chaplain
    $200 12
The Beatles' 2-word musical exclamation used before "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" comes down on various heads
    $200 1
This character gets a ride (likely to his home in Omaha) in the balloon meant to take Dorothy to Kansas
    $200 22
Maxwell Anderson's play "Anne of the Thousand Days" concerned the tragic life of this woman
    $200 7
Ranging from 1.3 to 3.6, degrees of this increase your potential score in Olympic diving
    $200 17
Federal prison camps, also called this level of security, may have no perimieter fencing
    $400 27
Joliet & Co. found that the Mississippi emptied into this body of water & not into the Pacific as they hoped
    $400 13
This singer/actor had "Good Vibrations" with the Funky Bunch in the 1990s
    $400 2
The Wicked Witch's golden cap allows her to summon these to do her bidding 3 times
    $400 23
At one time the host of "The Mole", this CNN anchor is the son of Gloria Vanderbilt
    $400 8
It's defined as the bending of light waves as they pass around the edge of an obstacle
    $400 18
Convict priest John Geoghan was kept in this, abbreviated PC, but was killed by another inmate in PC
    $600 28
One of the skills that Joliet is remembered for was this one, from the Latin for "map drawing"
    $600 14
It was "No mas, no mas" for this group after recording "A View To A Kill"; they went on hiatus
    $600 3
Dorothy followed the Yellow Brick Road to this place, the capital of Oz
    $600 24
In 1985, this AP news reporter was kidnapped in West Beirut as he was returning home from playing tennis
    $600 9
Automotive gear allowing wheels to turn at separate speeds
    $600 19
In 1995 Arizona banned this recreation, fearing that it produced stronger criminals
    $800 29
In 1676 Joliet formed a trading company to work on the north side of this river, the chief outlet of the Great Lakes
    $800 15
After this girl group's bassist fell ill, Kathy Valentine stepped in, even though she'd never played bass before
    $800 4
One chapter is called "The Magic Art of the Great" this 6-letter word meaning a hoax or fraud
    $800 25
In 1984 this 82-year-old singer became the first recipient of the Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award
    $800 10
A reserved or restrained manner often resulting in fatal hesitation
    $800 20
Nazi imagery & ideas inspire this vicious "Brotherhood" that began in California prisons in the 1960s
    $1000 30
In 1671 Joliet was a signatory of a declaration increasing this king's realm in the New World
    $1000 16
The gal seen here wanted candy & fronted this '80s band that was organized by Malcolm McLaren
    $1000 5
In L. Frank Baum's original book, this, not ruby, is the color of Dorothy's slippers
    $1000 26
After the death of Drew Pearson, this journalist took over his "Washington Merry-Go-Round" column
    DD: $1,000 11
In anthropology, it's the spread of cultural features like tools or rituals from one group to another
    $1000 21
It can mean a single charge of which you were convicted, or a procedure conducted several times a day

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Roberta Thomas Craig
$1,000 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roberta Thomas Craig
$2,200 $2,400 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

CITY OF THE DAY: MINNEAPOLIS
FROM BOOK TO FILM
(Alex: We'll name a book, you ID the movie based on it.)
CRITTERS OF THE AMAZON
WORLD LEADERS
SHOW SOME PRIDE
CREW CLUES
    $400 25
The information center at Minnehaha Park (off Hiawatha Ave.) is a replica of this poet's home in Massachusetts
    $400 1
"Shoeless Joe"
    $400 20
Some Indians of the Amazon use the teeth of this vicious fish as scissors or razors
    $400 15
The man seen here was allegedly poisoned while trying to become president of this former Soviet republic
    $400 10
This 3-letter word for excess pride is a psychoanalytic term for the conscious self
    $400 6
The person in this position is typically small & light but has enough authority to tell rowers what to do
    $800 26
In 2006 Lake Calhoun was the site of a tourney in this type of ice hockey, named for small bodies of water
    $800 2
"Monkey Planet"
    $800 21
The bird spider, a member of this family of hairy spiders, usually eats beetles, but it does eat small birds on occasion
    DD: $1,900 16
After overthrowing Milton Obote in 1971, he had some 300,000 people killed
    $800 11
The name of this part that supports an airplane's wing is also a prideful walk
    $800 7
The end of the oar that slices through the water, it's usually painted with a country's or team's colors
    $1200 27
The first fully enclosed one of these opened in 1956 in Edina; today there's a good-sized one in Bloomington
    $1200 3
"Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family"
    $1200 22
The Amazon species of this sea cow is the only one to live exclusively in fresh water
    $1200 17
This Venezuelan's close friendship with Fidel Castro has made him controversial in some quarters
    $1200 12
Connoisseurs of pride in film might have this "theory" from the French for "high"
    $1200 8
As a verb, it refers to the motion propelling the boat; as a noun, it refers to the person who sets the pace
    $1600 28
City Hall's Father of Waters statue was carved from the largest single block ever of the Carrara type of this
    DD: $3,000 4
"I, Tina: My Life Story"
    $1600 23
The Western Hemisphere's largest snake, it may live about 28 years--about a year a foot
    $1600 18
From 1952 to 1987 she was chief of state of Fiji
    $1600 13
(Jon of the Clue Crew holds a short stick.) The name of this stick, originally carried by military officers to counteract putting their hands in their pockets, is also a prideful walk
    $1600 9
If you missed an Olympic berth at the Worlds, your last chance is at this qualification racing event
    $2000 29
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden work seen here is by Coosje van Bruggen & this Swedish-born pop artist
    $2000 5
"Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"
    $2000 24
Also called a water hog, this largest rodent in the world has webbed feet that make it a very good swimmer
    $2000 19
Seen here is a prince & later king of this country, visiting President Carter
    $2000 14
When "glory" is tacked on to this adjective, you get a word for unwarranted pride
    $2000 30
2 disciplines in rowing are sweeping, in which each rower pulls just one oar, & this, in which each rower uses 2 oars

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roberta Thomas Craig
$3,800 $3,100 $25,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ROYALTY
His trial began on January 20, 1649

Final scores:

Roberta Thomas Craig
$6,901 $6,200 $26,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $26,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roberta Thomas Craig
$3,800 $2,000 $25,400
12 R,
3 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,200

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