Show #5075 - Friday, October 6, 2006

2006 Back to School Week game 5.

Contestants

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Claire Winkler, from Fredericksburg, Virginia

Scottie Szewczyk, from Belleville, Illinois

Joe Kohake, from Florence, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

BIBLE HEROES
MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
LET'S PLAY A GAME!
INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
EAT WELL
RHYMES WITH MONEY
    $200 3
At the burning bush, God told him he was "the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob"
    $200 23
This teen queen sang, "Wake up, wake up on a Saturday night, could be N.Y., maybe Hollywood & Vine"
    $200 17
You can apologize (as the name says) when you send someone back to the start in this Parker Brothers board game
    $200 12
Walter Diemer, with the Fleer Co., invented the first commercially successful type of this chewing gum in 1928
    $200 11
Eat a salad with this vegetable that can be classified as butterhead, crisphead, leaf or Romaine
    $200 1
It can mean strange as well as amusing
    $400 4
Goliath mocked him, saying, "Am I a dog, that thou comest to me with staves?"
    $400 24
This "beautiful soul" heard here has also been nominated for 2 acting Emmys for "All My Children"

"I don't want my love to go to waste /
I want you and your beautiful soul..."
    $400 18
Boggle is a word search game; you make words using wood tiles in this classic board game
    $400 13
In 1879 James A. Ritty invented this machine, & retailers have been ringing up sales ever since
    $400 14
Some of the recommended "whole" types of this food pyramid product are quinoa, millet, sorghum & barley
    $400 2
It's in the name of a kind of Cheerios
    $600 5
In Luke, he is quoted as saying, "I indeed baptize you with water; but one mightier than I cometh"
    $600 25
Bowling for Soup sang, "There was U2, & Blondie, & music still on MTV" in this song (Yes kids, MTV used to play music!)
    $600 19
Collect pieces of cheese & build a zany contraption to try to catch your opponents in this board game
    $600 16
In 1798 this cotton gin inventor began using a system of interchangeable parts to make muskets for the U.S. government
    $600 15
If you want to go nuts, eat this nut native to Brazil and taken to Asia by Portuguese missionaries
    $600 6
Type of nose for those with a cold
    $800 7
When Jesus saw this tax collector & first Gospel writer, he told him to "follow me"
    $800 26
This "colorful" trio had a simple request: "Wake me up when September ends"
    $800 20
The name of this game in which you stack hardwood blocks into a tower comes from a Swahili word for "to build"
    DD: $2,000 22
In 1938 chemist Roy Plunkett invented polytetrafluorethylene, a nonstick substance better known as this
    $800 28
If you don't like fuzzy food, eat this fruit that often originates from peach seeds
    $800 9
Skiing slope for beginners
    $1000 8
In Judges he said, "With the jaw of an ass have I slain a thousand men"
    $1000 27
One letter, one number, one boy band; this group asked the musical question, "Who's afraid of the big bad wolf"
    $1000 21
Find out which of Mr. Boddy's guests murdered him in his own mansion & with what weapon in this classic mystery game
    $1000 29
Among legumes, a good source of protein, are peas & this type of seed such as the pinto, white or black variety
    $1000 10
Sack material similar to burlap

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

Joe Scottie Claire
$3,200 -$600 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Scottie Claire
$4,600 $2,000 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ASIAN BODIES OF WATER
CELEBS
AMERICAN HISTORY
STATUES
COUNTRIES BY NEWSPAPER
WORD UP!
    $400 21
Although called a sea, it's actually a large salty lake between Israel & Jordan
    $400 11
This "Spider-Man" star's real first name is Tobias
    $400 1
This famous transaction in 1803 doubled the territory of the U.S.
    $400 16
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the State Capitol at Lincoln, NE.) The Nebraska state capitol's statue, "The Sower", is tossing these to the Great Plains, 400 feet below
    $400 26
The Sydney Morning Herald,
the Queensland Independent
    $400 6
Change your attitude, or rather one letter in attitude, to get this word meaning "height"
    $800 22
This holy river of India was named for the daughter of the Mountain God Himalaya
    $800 12
He may have stepped down in 2006 as captain of England's national team, but nobody bends it like this soccer great
    DD: $800 2
In the 1760s these 2 surveyors used milestones to mark the boundary line between Maryland & Pennsylvania
    $800 17
Blue Earth, Minnesota has a definitely "giant" 55-foot statue of this pea-pusher from commercials
    $800 27
The Shizuoka Shimbun,
the Nikkan Ube Jiho
    $800 7
It's what we call a word that has the same meaning as another word
    $1200 23
The Sea of Japan splashes against this peninsula that's politically divided into North & South
    $1200 13
She must have been in "7th Heaven" when her "Autobiography" & "I Am Me" CDs both reached No. 1
    $1200 3
The Watergate scandal led to the resignation of this U.S. president in 1974
    $1200 18
Sam Houston stands 67 feet tall along Interstate 45 in this state
    $1200 28
Avanti,
Il Messaggero
    $1200 8
It's one of the bones of the forearm, or a line from the center of a circle to the circumference
    $1600 24
Leading ports on this gulf include Abadan in Iran & Al Basrah in Iraq
    $1600 14
This star of "The Princess Diaries" & "The Devil Wears Prada" has the same name as Shakespeare's wife
    $1600 4
This 14-letter term refers to the period of readjustment & rebuilding after the Civil War
    $1600 19
The 7 rays of this mighty lady's crown represent the 7 seas & continents of the world
    DD: $800 9
This word can mean a hole or any hollow place, but especially in a tooth--ouch!
    $2000 25
One of the world's longest rivers, it forms the border between China's Sichuan Province & Tibet
    $2000 15
Yep! He made his "Soul Patrol" fans very proud when he became 2006's "American Idol"
    $2000 5
Tragically, in the 1830s, some 4,000 members of this Indian tribe died during a forced march known as the Trail of Tears
    $2000 20
The statue of this man, seen here coming down, had gone up just a year earlier to mark his 65th birthday
    $2000 10
It means to take someone else's ideas or writings & pass them off as your own

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Scottie Claire
$13,000 $4,000 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
The quote "With malice toward none" is on the wall of his Washington, D.C. memorial

Final scores:

Joe Scottie Claire
$20,801 $8,000 $8,400
Winner: $20,801 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joe Scottie Claire
$15,000 $5,600 $10,400
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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