Show #4704 - Thursday, February 3, 2005

2005 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Caitlin Cook, a sophomore from Arden, North Carolina

Peter Severson, a senior from Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Michael Braun, a junior from Silver Spring, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

DOWN ON THE FARM
THE SIMPSONS
LET THERE BE LIFE
TEEN CUISINE
STRAIT TALK
GRAMMAR
    $200 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew speaks from a farm.) At least once a year, my little friend here needs to have her fleece cut in a process called this
    $200 4
His chalkboard writings have included "I do not have diplomatic immunity" & "I am not certified to remove asbestos"
    $200 16
In most fish, they're distributed over the palate; in mammals, they're only in the jawbone
    $200 26
When parents hear this word, they think "heavy snowstorm"; when teens hear it, they think "yummy treat from Dairy Queen"
    $200 9
Fata Morgana is a mirage that appears in the Strait of Messina between Italy & this island
    $200 1
This is the verb in this clue
    $400 19
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew speaks from a field.) In a boat, it means "getting rid of water"; on a farm, it's "tying up hay in a neat package"
    $400 5
Episodes of this violent cat & mouse duo include "The Sounds of Silencers" & "I'm Getting Buried in the Morning"
    $400 17
From the Greek for "leaf", they're the individual parts of a flower's corolla
    $400 27
Now you can carry this brand's famous pudding in your pocket, in the form of X-Treme Pudding Sticks
    $400 10
Punta Arenas, Chile overlooks the South American strait named for this explorer
    $400 2
Used to mark a major division in a sentence, it shares its name with a section of your large intestine
    $600 20
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from a dairy barn.) Enhancing the body's absorption of calcium, this vitamin is added to processed milk; it's not significant in raw milk
    $600 6
This clown's slogan for a literacy campaign was "Give a hoot! Read a book!"
    $600 23
While looking into the internal secretion of this organ, researchers Banting & Best discovered insulin
    $600 28
Kraft makes this foamy brand of dessert topping in seasonal flavors: strawberry is for spring & summer
    $600 11
This westernmost strait helps keep the Mediterranean Sea from becoming a shrinking salt lake
    $600 3
In English grammar, the 2 "voices" are active & this
    $800 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reads from a grain field.) This machine gets its name from consolidating the operations of cutting, threshing, and cleaning
    $800 7
Among this assistant's duties are "Answering Mr. Burns' phone, lying to Congress, & some light typing"
    DD: $2,000 24
Fungi create these to reproduce & your average mushroom makes 16 billion of them
    $800 29
Smucker's recipe for sweet & sour hot dog bites calls for this classic flavor of jelly
    $800 12
You'll have to cross the Bass Strait if you want to travel from Melbourne to this Australian state
    $800 14
"In", "out", "on", and "off" are 4 of these words usually used at the beginning of phrases
    $1000 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew rides a green tractor.) This here is a 3020--a classic tractor from this company named for the man who founded it in 1837
    $1000 8
Voiced by Phil Hartman, you may remember him from such films as "Suddenly Last Supper" & "The Day Paul Bunyan Cried"
    $1000 25
From an eyeglass-shaped pattern on its face, a South American bear is called this
    $1000 30
Bored with beef jerky? Try the jerky made from this soybean curd
    $1000 13
It separates the continents of Asia & North America at their closest point
    $1000 15
This punctuation mark is also known as an interrogation point

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

Michael Peter Caitlin
$3,000 $5,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Peter Caitlin
$8,800 $6,800 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
IT'S JUST A GAME
ANNUAL EVENTS
FASHIONABLE STORES
TEENS IN BOOKS
STARTS & ENDS WITH "T"
    $400 2
In 1831 he settled in New Salem, Illinois, where he worked as a clerk in a general store for $15 a month
    $400 18
In the draw type of this game, you get 5 cards from the dealer & usually can trade in up to 3 of them
    $400 13
Mardi Gras is the day before Lent, the period of fasting that ends on this holiday
    $400 23
This store with the Xhilaration & Mossimo brands jumped on Justin Timberlake & Christina Aguilera's tour
    $400 1
18-year-old Isabella Linton elopes with this antihero after Cathy spurns him in "Wuthering Heights"
    $400 8
It's a special ability, perhaps drawing or playing the piano, or a biblical measure of silver or gold
    $800 3
A George W. was the first U.S. President & George W. Bush is counted as this number
    $800 19
If Dick & Jane are playing tennis on the same side of the net, the game is called this
    $800 14
October is good for explorers: Columbus Day is the 2nd Monday of the month & this Norse guy gets October 9th
    $800 24
Swoosh into this company's "town" to get an Air Max Tailwind for your footsies
    $800 4
4 teenagers find magic in a pair of thrift-shop jeans in "The Sisterhood of the Traveling" these
    $800 9
Object in which you'd brew your oolong
    $1200 30
He was named for his maternal grandfather James Knox, a Revolutionary War captain
    $1200 20
"Allied Assault" & "Rising Sun" are from this militaristic video game series
    DD: $1,000 15
In the U.S., union founder Peter J. McGuire & machinist Matthew Maguire get credit for suggesting this holiday
    $1200 25
"Jeans Will Rock You" is a 2004 campaign by this all-"American" store
    $1200 5
The abduction of teenager David Balfour is central to the plot of this classic 1886 novel
    $1200 10
It's the time of day when the photo seen here was taken
    DD: $4,600 28
His running mates were Thomas Hendricks in 1884, A.G. Thurman in 1888 & Adlai Stevenson in 1892
    $1600 21
If a soccer defender knocks the ball out of bounds past her own goal, it's put back in play with this kick
    $1600 16
Patriots' Day, a New England holiday, honors the clashes in these 2 towns on April 19, 1775
    $1600 26
This chain founded as a sportswear & camping store in 1892 publishes a cool quarterly magazine
    $1600 6
"Blood", "Missing" & "Tears" are titles in this Francine Pascal series about a girl named Gaia
    $1600 11
If your house isn't running hot & cold, check this device that regulates the temperature
    $2000 29
After serving one term, this first Quaker president was defeated for re-election in 1932 by FDR
    $2000 22
The board for this Asian game has 361 intersections on which black & white stones are placed
    $2000 17
(Hi, I'm Deuce McAllister of the NFL.) New Orleans was awarded its NFL franchise on November 1, 1966, this holiday
    $2000 27
Born in 1984, this girls-only chain, voted best store in a Cosmo Girl poll, has a milestone birthday in 2005
    $2000 7
This 15-year-old Dutch skater is the title character of a classic book by Mary Mapes Dodge
    $2000 12
It can be a piece of land, or a pamphlet usually on a religious or political topic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Peter Caitlin
$19,000 $14,200 -$5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL NAMES
This biblical figure's name comes from the Hebrew word meaning "to be drawn" from the water

Final scores:

Michael Peter Caitlin
$28,401 $0 -$5,000
Finalist 2nd place: $5,000 and a computer package 3rd place: $5,000 and a computer package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Peter Caitlin
$18,000 $11,200 -$5,000
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
3 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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