Show #5119 - Thursday, December 7, 2006

Christian Haines game 2.

Contestants

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Kate Harvey, a family law attorney from Colorado Springs, Colorado

Dan McMurray, a law student from Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin

Christian Haines, a Congressional special assistant from Newport News, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS LEADERS
'80s BANDS IN OTHER WORDS
AMERICANA
THE WEASEL FAMILY
DUOS
FAMILIAR PHRASES
    $200 1
In 1850 & again in 1854, he was appointed governor of the territory of Utah
    $200 6
Lugers Plus American Beauties
    $200 11
To get a close-up peek at Pikes Peak, you have to be in this state
    $200 26
This mammal, Mustela vison, has been raised on ranches at least since WWI because of its valuable pelt
    $200 21
A 1693 charter established the Virginia college named for this duo
    $200 16
Also a magazine founded in 1923, it "is of the essence"
    $400 2
In the 16th century Prince Altan Khan gave this Tibetan religious leader his title, a Mongol term meaning "ocean"
    $400 7
Non-Hearing Panthera Pardus
    $400 12
Writing about his first voyage to America, Salvador Dali said that this city "looked like an immense Gothic Roquefort cheese"
    $400 27
This critter that lives in the North Pacific Ocean often sleeps in masses of floating kelp
    $400 22
When the King of Granada refused to pay the usual tributes to this pair in 1492, they conquered his kingdom
    $400 17
When you "bite the bullet" you do something unpleasant; when you "bite" this, you're dead
    $600 3
One of the earliest accounts of his life is the 8th century work "Sirat Rasul Allah" by Ibn Ishaq
    $600 8
Several Of The Boeing Craft Known As Stratofortresses
    $600 13
The motto of this 68-square-mile area is Justitia Omnibus, "Justice For All"
    $600 28
Ironically, this creature had been unseen in Michigan for 200 years until one was photographed in 2004
    $600 23
"She gave him sex, and he gave her class" was said of the chemistry between this duo, paired in 10 movie musicals
    $600 18
It's what they say about rain in the fourth month of the year & its effect on growth in the fifth
    DD: $1,000 4
In July 1505 he was struck by lightning; as a result, he entered a monastery in Erfurt, Germany 15 days later
    $800 9
Gnarled Nun
    $800 14
The von Trapp family of "Sound of Music" fame moved to this state in the '40s & built a ski lodge in Stowe
    $800 29
It's also called foul marten due to its odor, but it probably prefers this partly feline name
    $800 24
A sextant was one of the tools this duo used to navigate 8,000 miles to Oregon & back
    $800 19
It's a writer or musician's last work, or the chant of a certain water bird
    $1000 5
During an 8-year Major League Baseball career, he batted .248; around 1896, he began holding revival meetings
    $1000 10
Hommes Sans Chapeaux
    $1000 15
Appropriately, this river flows into Long Island Sound just below New London, Connecticut
    $1000 30
As a verb its name means "to drive out" or "uncover"; it's used in Europe to drive rats out of tunnels
    $1000 25
In 1959 this pair gave would-be writers "The Elements of Style"
    $1000 20
Herbert Spencer coined this 4-word phrase to describe Darwin's theory of natural selection

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

Christian Dan Kate
$2,000 $1,800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christian Dan Kate
$4,600 $3,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THOMAS JEFFERSON'S READING LIST
(Alex: These are books he thought belonged in every gentleman's library.)
OBIE WINNERS
AMENDMENTS BY NUMBER
"C" PLUS
THE FAST
& THE FURIOUS
    $400 16
Tobias Smollett's on the list with "Peregrine Pickle" & his translation of this Spanish novel
    $400 26
1955-56: Chekhov's "Uncle ____"
    $400 11
"...The right of the people to keep and bear arms..."
    $400 2
Directed by the New York Times' Will Shortz, the annual national tournament for this pastime is held each March
    $400 1
One of this man's 7 Olympic gold medals in 1972 came in the 100m free, which he swam in a world record 51.22
    $400 21
On "The Simpsons", this nuclear plant owner has a pet monkey named Furious George
    $800 17
T.J. recommends Wm. Robertson's "History of Scotland" & David Hume's "History of" this neighboring land
    $800 27
1962-63, based on Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors": "The Boys From _____"
    $800 12
"Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude... shall exist within the United States"
    $800 3
"The Battle Road" linked Boston & Cambridge with this famous battle site
    $800 4
Hope fans didn't arrive late; this "Brown Bomber" had 3 straight first-round knockouts in title fights
    $800 22
Try this more-than-miffed politician seen here on for size; he had a really big shoe in 1960
    $1200 18
Under this field, Jefferson includes Kames' "Principles of Equity" & Blackstone's "Commentaries"
    $1200 28
1989-90: Craig Lucas' "____ to a Kiss"
    $1200 13
"...Against unreasonable searches and seizures"
    $1200 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew sits on a fitness ball in a gym.) A fitness ball strengthens the abs and back, together called this region like the one in the Earth's center
    $1200 8
In 1980 Eric Heiden set 4 Olympic records & 1 world record in winning 5 gold medals in this sport
    DD: $4,000 23
A handkerchief helps send this title guy of a tragedy over the edge, convincing him of his wife's infidelity
    DD: $2,500 19
In 1771 this man hadn't turned to economics yet, but his "Theory of Moral Sentiments" is recommended
    $1600 14
"...Where the value in controversy shall exceed $20, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved..."
    $1600 6
Sadly, this Polish-French composer died in 1849, never having written a symphony, opera or bluegrass tune
    $1600 9
Averaging 135.173 MPH, this man, driver of the 24 car, sped off with the win at the 2005 Daytona 500
    $1600 24
In 1811 this lyric poet wrote "The Necessity of Atheism" & was expelled from Oxford, & boy, was his dad mad!
    $2000 20
Read & learn from "Epistulae Morales" by this Roman tragedian & eventual suicide
    $2000 15
"...Manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors...is hereby prohibited"
    $2000 7
(Jon of the Clue Crew presents the clue with a video monitor.) The two-dimensional Necker cube can be translated to three dimensions by your brain - it was named for Necker, who was noted for his study of these, a term for many solid symmetrical objects
    $2000 10
In 1973 he became the first horse to break the 2-minute mark in the Kentucky Derby
    $2000 25
Polly Peachum's pop gets his knickers in a twist over her marriage to Macheath in this Brecht/Weill play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christian Dan Kate
$18,600 $5,100 $4,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
The Lusatian Mountains, in the western Sudeten range, form part of the border between these 2 countries

Final scores:

Christian Dan Kate
$19,001 $599 $100
2-day champion: $41,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Christian Dan Kate
$18,600 $8,000 $4,800
27 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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