Show #5065 - Friday, September 22, 2006

Sara Terrell game 5.

Contestants

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Charlton Wilbur, a software developer from Holyoke, Massachusetts

Donna Deans, a freelance producer from New York, New York

Sara Terrell, a veterinary technician from Collinsville, Connecticut (whose 4-day cash winnings total $71,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CANTERBURY TALES
MISHEARD LYRICS
EUROPEAN CUISINE
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
LAW SCHOOL
___ OF ___
    $200 2
Many of the tale-tellers had ailments & were headed to this martyred saint's shrine for some healing
    $200 1
Perhaps apt, but not accurate, "Sweet land of liberty, off-key I sing" is a mishearing of this patriotic song
    $200 26
Lancashire hot pot is a hot stew from this country
    $200 21
His daughter Frances married Thomas Eayres, a silversmith like her dad
    $200 11
In your first year at Penn Law, you'll take a course based on this document produced right there in Philly
    $200 16
Edith Wharton won a Pulitzer Prize for this novel
    $400 3
The Tales are written in this form of English, spoken from after the Battle of Hastings to around 1500
    $400 7
"Careless Whisper" by them doesn't say, "Should have known better than to Chia Pet"; it's "cheat a friend"
    $400 27
Beans of this color are a signature ingredient of the French dish cassoulet
    $400 22
This hero had 5 Green Mountain Girls: Loraine, Lucy, Mary, Pamela & Fanny
    $400 12
Yale Law first-termers must take a class on these, agreements that create obligations
    $400 17
Minister Louis Farrakhan leads this organization
    $600 4
1 of the 2 months that appear in the first 2 lines of the prologue
    $600 8
Rupert Holmes wanted to know "If you like" these drinks, not bean enchiladas
    $600 28
Made with cheese & nuts, paskha is a traditional Russian treat for this spring holiday
    $600 23
Cornelia, daughter of Gen. Nathanael Greene, was conceived while he was billeted at this cold Penn. site
    $600 13
Stanford Law offers a course on "Trusts and" these--not big swaths of land, but the property of a decedent
    $600 18
This Topeka body was the defendant in a landmark 1950s Supreme Court case
    $800 5
For the pilgrims, Harry Bailley performs this function, also a synonym for the Eucharist
    $800 9
This Brooklynite was "Forever in blue jeans", not "The Reverend Blue Jeans"
    DD: $3,000 29
Seen in soups, stelline is an Italian pasta whose name means "little" these
    $800 24
Susan Olasky has written a kids' series about the adventures of Annie, daughter of this fiery Virginia orator
    $800 14
Duke Law School's Poyner Courtroom is for arguing in this type of mock court
    $800 19
It's the tropical flower seen here
    $1000 6
Chaucer tells of the Pardoner, a church official who sells these 11-letter things that made Martin Luther mad
    $1000 10
Paul Simon didn't say, "No need to be corduroy" but did advise "No need to be coy, Roy" in this instructional tune
    $1000 30
There are many variations of this layered Greek dish, but you probably know the one made with meat & eggplant
    $1000 25
After the French Revolution, brave daughters Anastasie & Virginie joined him in captivity
    $1000 15
I hear that at Columbia Law, you made the staff of this journal founded in 1901--Supreme Court, here you come
    $1000 20
She was Henry VIII's fourth wife

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

Sara Donna Charlton
$200 $2,400 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Donna Charlton
-$200 $5,200 $10,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

REVISED CANTERBURY TALES
(Alex: These are stories that our writers have created, and the correct response will sound very much like one of the original Canterbury Tales.)
I'VE WON AN OSCAR & AN EMMY
NEW HAMPSHIRE
AN "A" IN SCIENCE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
RHYME THAT STUFF!
(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with the word "stuff.")
    $400 21
No chair could holde this spinal cord injury advocate & super man who sadly pass't on Octobre 10, 2004
    $400 11
"Norma Rae"
(Oscar)
&
"Sybil"
(Emmy)
    $400 26
The state flag depicts the Raleigh, the first of these to carry the American flag into battle
    $400 6
This branch of science deals with forces exerted by air on both flying & wind-blown bodies
    $400 1
Striking one of these metal discs, perhaps the tam-tam, yields a highly resonant sound; just ask Chuck Barris
    $400 16
Howard or Hilary
    $800 22
Woe unto the decision to take a Hawaiian chief hostage in 1779; this naval legend was slain
    $800 12
"As Good As It Gets"
(Oscar)
&
"Mad About You"
(Emmy)
    $800 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands in front of the State House in Concord, NH.) Here in Concord, America's oldest State House, using its original chambers, was built in 1819, mostly of this stone--naturally
    DD: $4,000 7
The name of this class of vertebrates comes from a word meaning "living a double life"
    $800 2
Stravinsky's 1945 "Ebony Concerto", written for Woody Herman, was primarily for this instrument & jazz band
    $800 17
A high,
steep
cliff
with a
broad
face
    $1200 23
A noble storie t'were when she won 3 Naismith Awards 'fore her hoops Hall o' Fame pilgrimmage
    $1200 13
"Save the Tiger"
(Oscar)
&
"Tuesdays with Morrie"
(Emmy)
    $1200 28
Many come for rest & comfort to the War Memorial Cathedral of these trees
    $1200 8
Aneurysms can happen in the Circle of Willis, a network of these at the base of the brain
    $1200 3
Also a species of seal, it's the instrument on Ireland's official seal
    $1200 18
You might pick up a cat by this part of its neck
    $1600 24
Listen cloose to the tale of this actor who hath played anchor man Ted Baxter
    $1600 14
"City Slickers"
(Oscar)
&
"Requiem for a Heavyweight"
(Emmy)
    DD: $4,000 29
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands with a statue in Concord, NH.) General John Stark, immortalized here at the New Hampshire State Capitol, coined this motto in 1809 as a toast that continued, "death is not the worst of evils"
    $1600 9
In zoology this adjective means "hermaphroditic"
    $1600 4
Isaac Stern was overwhelmed at how well Meryl Streep learned to play this for her film "Music of the Heart"
    $1600 19
To reject or snub an approach
    $2000 25
Verily she was the mate of E.L. Doctorow's title "Billy"
    $2000 15
"The Subject Was Roses"
(Oscar)
&
"Chico and the Man"
(Emmy)
    $2000 30
Mt. Washington features the most famous of this type of railway, named for the gear teeth that pull it uphill
    $2000 10
The name of these air cells in the lungs comes from the Latin for "cavity"
    $2000 5
John Cage came up with the "prepared" type of this instrument by placing objects on, between & under its strings
    $2000 20
The dead outer skin shed by a snake

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Donna Charlton
$7,400 $22,000 $17,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
The Grady Gammage Auditorium at Arizona State University was the last major public building that he designed

Final scores:

Sara Donna Charlton
$7,400 $26,601 $19,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $26,601 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Donna Charlton
$7,400 $22,000 $9,600
10 R,
3 W
22 R,
0 W
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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