Show #4706 - Monday, February 7, 2005

2005 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Anne Shivers, a senior from Peotone, Illinois

Wes Kovarik, a senior from Antioch, California

Michael Braun, a junior from Silver Spring, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

BOTANY
NEWSPAPER COMICS
(Alex: You're not supposed to chew it on our program...)
GUM
THE LAST KING
MAKES SCENTS TO ME!
CLEAN 4-LETTER WORDS
    $200 8
Growers of this pitted red pie fruit plant mulberry trees near their orchards to entice birds away
    $200 18
Linus, the insecure boy seen here, is found in this comic strip
    $200 1
Its campaign using twins dates back to the 1930s
    $200 6
Called the "Citizen King", Louis Philippe was the last king of this country
    $200 10
Perfect for Valentine's Day, Fiorucci Loves You comes in a bottle shaped like one of these pierced with an arrow
    $200 24
The bird that found land for Noah, or the soap that's 1/4 moisturizing lotion
    $400 9
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from a ski slope.) The bristlecone variety of this tree is the oldest type of living tree in the U.S., and can live 4,000 years or more
    $400 19
This "Horrible" Viking of the comics has a son named Hamlet & a daughter named Honi
    $400 2
Walter Diemer only had this color of food dye on hand when he created his bubble gum
    $400 7
Kalakaua was the last king of what is now this U.S. state
    $400 11
Stacked Style makes 2 fragrances that rhyme: Razzle & this one
    $400 25
The first appearance of daylight, or the dishwashing detergent that's tough on grease
    DD: $800 15
His garden at Altbrunn Monastery included several pairs of yellow peas, each with a different trait
    $600 20
Don't laugh--he's the long-term adversary of Batman, seen here
    $600 3
It calls itself "America's No. 1 Cinnamon Gum"
    $600 21
Leaving the throne in 1910, Manuel II was the last king of this European country
    $600 12
Dolce & Gabbana's light blue perfume smells like bluebell, bamboo & the Granny Smith type of this
    $600 27
How you feel when you're happy, or the joy of putting trash in this product's garbage bags, the first plastic ones sold
    $800 16
Maidenhair, Bracken, & Boston are species of this spore-bearing plant
    $800 26
They're the devilish duo of the funny pages seen here
    $800 4
Recent ads for this gum have offered reasons why the fifth dentist didn't recommend sugarless gum
    $800 22
Victor Emmanuel II didn't mind being the last king of this "fishy" Italian island; he got to be the first king of Italy
    $800 13
Taste is this singer's own personal fragrance creation for her Dessert Beauty line
    $800 28
The rise & fall of the ocean water, or a detergent that has cleaned clothes for more than 50 years
    $1000 17
Flowering plants range in size from the duckweed at 1/50" long to this Australian gum tree that reaches 300 feet in height
    $1000 30
Ack! He's the health-challenged pussy and friend of Opus seen here
    $1000 5
The name of this gum brand sounds like a hard tissue found in teeth
    $1000 23
The last king of Greece shared this name with a "Great" Christian Roman Emperor
    $1000 14
Bottles of this company's Brit perfume feature its famous plaid pattern
    $1000 29
The knob on a radio, or the antibacterial soap you'd use on your hands if the knob was dirty

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

Michael Wes Anne
$2,600 $2,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Wes Anne
$4,800 $6,400 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BLACK HISTORY MONTH
AMERICAN IDOL SONGS
WORLD TRAVEL
TEXT MESSAGING
CATCH OF THE DAY
OPPOSITES ATTRACT
    $400 11
In September 2004 she made history on TV by giving a brand new car to each member of her audience
    $400 10
Keith Beukelaer's version of this woman's "Like A Virgin" moved Simon to call him maybe the world's worst singer
    $400 1
You can see snakes being milked for venom at the Red Cross snake farm in this capital of Thailand
    $400 22
In this classic by Louisa May Alcott, Mrs. March got a letter addressed to "My precious Marmee" from her "Topsy-turvy Jo"
    $400 27
A large albino whale recently sighted off Australia earned comparisons to this 1851 Melville beast
    $400 17
In grammar, it's the opposite of a suffix
    $800 12
Kweisi Mfume left the House of Representatives to head this civil rights organization in February 1996
    $800 6
Diana DeGarmo sang "My Heart Will Go On", just like her favorite female pop singer, this "Titanic" chanteuse
    $800 2
Visit Ashgabat, Turkmenistan & you'll find that it's the sister city of this largest town in New Mexico
    $800 23
Van Helsing writes to Mrs. Harker to send her "sad news of Miss Lucy Westerna's death" in this spooky novel
    $800 28
In one of the few times it's ever been seen, a rare megamouth variety of this fish recently washed ashore in Sumatra
    $800 18
An epilogue is found at the end of a book; this opposite term is a short section at the beginning of a book
    $1200 13
The army's last black regiment, the 24th infantry, was disbanded in October 1951, during this war
    $1200 7
The first concert that Justin Guarini went to was this artist & his family; on "Idol", Justin sang "P.Y.T."
    DD: $1,600 3
You might hire a mule to help you trek to the top of Mount Aconcagua, the higest peak on this continent
    $1200 24
Madame Defarge knits a list in code to condemn the aristocracy in this Dickens tale
    $1200 16
In 2004 a N.J. man pulled one of these tropical predators also called a caribe from the Delaware River
    $1200 19
The opposite of deride isn't dewalk but this, the title of an Aretha Franklin C-L-A-S-S-I-C
    $1600 14
In May 1954, in the case of this family v. the Board of Education, segregation in school was ruled unconstitutional
    $1600 8
Fantasia gave us "Something To Talk About" by belting out this bluesy female guitarist's song
    $1600 4
You'll find the beautiful Butchart Gardens 14 miles north of this city, the "queen" of British Columbia
    $1600 25
A guide book whose cover says "Don't Panic" gives this Douglas Adams sci-fi novel its title
    $1600 29
With a razor-sharp beak & studded tentacles, a 20-foot one of these cephalopods was captured in Antarctica in 2003
    $1600 20
Give yourself credit for knowing that to an accountant, this is the opposite of a credit
    $2000 15
In July 1881 this famous college opened in Alabama with Booker T. Washington as its first principal
    $2000 9
Clay Aiken sang the classic song about him, "The Knife"
    $2000 5
Bubbling mud pools, erupting geysers, & Maori song & dance will delight you at Whakarewarewa in this country
    DD: $1,400 26
Christian gives Roxane a letter saying he loves her "beyond measure"; this title character actually wrote it
    $2000 30
Sadly, the journey ended for Keiko, one of these animals, in 2003
    $2000 21
Oil that's been processed for use is called refined; unrefined oil right out of the ground is called this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Wes Anne
$14,400 $16,000 $12,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ELEMENTS
By weight, this element makes up more of the human body than all the others combined

Final scores:

Michael Wes Anne
$19,400 $10,000 $9,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Wes Anne
$14,400 $15,800 $13,000
21 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $43,200

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