Show #5185 - Friday, March 9, 2007

Contestants

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Rachel Campbell, a graduate student from Bison, Kansas

Albert Chi, an Internet engineer from Los Angeles, California

Ted Kenniston, a logistics manager from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

ART WORKS
(Alex: You have to name the artist.)
STADIUMS & ARENAS
JERSEY BOYS & GIRLS
WHERE WORDS COME FROM
IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED...
TRY, TRY AGAIN
    $200 21
"Three Musicians",
"Guitar, Sheet Music & Wine Glass",
"Les Demoiselles d'Avignon"
    $200 1
This L.A. arena is home court for 3 basketball teams & home ice to the L.A. Kings
    $200 6
This Jersey gal was acting on "All My Children" when she was chosen as Regis Philbin's co-host
    $200 22
We got the word bock (as in beer) from this language
    $200 16
His first screen test brought the verdict "Can't act. Slightly bald. Can dance a little"
    $200 9
Tyco executives were eventually convicted after a judge declared the first trial this faulty type of "trial"
    $400 24
"Portrait of Pere Tanguy",
"Potato Eaters",
"Night Cafe"
    $400 2
The name of this city's Soldier Field, opened in 1924, is in memory of those who fought in WWI
    $400 7
This illusionist really did take his name from a Dickens character
    $400 23
Bandha, or "tie", is a yoga method to lock in one's breath & also gave us this word for an accessory we tie & wear
    $400 17
In 1754 at Fort Necessity, his first major military command brought the one surrender of his career--& to the French!
    $400 12
A thorn in Pres. Mubarak's side, Saad Eddin Ibrahim was cleared of defaming this country on retrial in 2003
    $600 25
"Danae",
"The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp",
"The Night Watch"
    $600 3
Check out El Birdos Cantina at this St. Louis ballpark
    $600 8
He was an expert on wasps before becoming an expert on sexual behavior & issuing his famous "Report"
    $600 26
The name of this plumlike tree fruit is related to the Cree word pasiminan, meaning "dried fruit"
    $600 18
He immortalized Donna Johnson, who refused to marry him, as the red-haired girl Charlie Brown adores
    $600 13
In 1895 an English jury reached no verdict on this playwright's morals; he was retried just 3 weeks later
    $800 29
"Bicycle Wheel",
"Fountain",
"Nude Descending a Staircase"
    $800 4
It's home to the Minnesota Vikings & to the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers
    $800 10
If you know that this '50s beat poet hailed from Jersey, just "Howl"
    $800 27
A Middle English word for a fishhook gives us this word for the peaceful practice of hook-&-line fishing
    $800 19
In story, a beaten Robert the Bruce was inspired to keep fighting by seeing this creature weaving persistently
    $800 14
In 1969 the Supreme Court ruled that the Fifth Amendment's ban on this practice is binding on states
    $1000 30
"Family of Charles IV",
"Saturn Devouring One of His Children",
"The Naked Maja"
    $1000 5
The Super Bowl with the highest TV rating was No. XVI in 1982, held in this Michigan stadium
    $1000 11
The Depression photographer born in N.J. as Dorothea Nutzhorn is better known as Dorothea this
    $1000 28
This fabric is named for a Belgian town, & a bag (now usually canvas) is named for it
    DD: $1,000 20
In 1962 his idea of putting big stores in small towns got zero response from the Ben Franklin retail chain
    $1000 15
In the 1930s, after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of these "Boys", Alabama went ahead and retried them, one by one

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

Ted Albert Rachel
$2,200 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Albert Rachel
$7,000 $1,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
NAME THAT MOVIE
WAR FICTION
DESCRIPTIONS & DEFINITIONS
DANCING WITH THE STARS
ON THE "TELE"
    $400 2
About 2/3 of the water in the Nile comes from this river, not the White Nile
    $400 7
1964:
"Supercalifragilis-
ticexpialidocious"
    $400 17
"A Station in the Delta", "Gardens of Stone" & "In Country" tell tales of this war
    $400 1
Sir Thomas Browne communed with this by calling it "the art of God"
    $400 21
The Great Nebula in this constellation lies in the middle of a hunter's sword
    $400 12
Partly from a word for an endurance test, it's a broadcast that's an appeal for charitable donations
    $800 3
At the 2 cities named Kansas City, this "stately" river meets the Kansas River
    $800 8
1968:
"Open the pod bay doors, HAL"
    $800 18
Jeff Shaara's "Gone for Soldiers" chronicles the 1846-48 U.S. war with this country
    DD: $2,000 24
Animator Chuck Jones quotes Mark Twain on this: "a long... sorry-looking skeleton with a gray wolf-skin"
    $800 22
In 1934 a star in the constellation named for this legendary strongman was seen going nova
    $800 13
This San Francisco hill is named for the semaphore installed at its crest in 1850
    $1200 4
The Atlantic Ocean began to form during this period of the Mesozoic Era when dinosaurs roamed
    $1200 9
1938 (full title!):
"Welcome to Sherwood, my lady!"
    $1200 19
Tolstoy's "War and Peace" is an epic of the wars named for this man
    $1200 25
As stated by Samuel Johnson & quoted by Bob Dylan, this is the last refuge of a scoundrel
    $1200 28
Doggone! This star has a diameter 1.7 times that of the sun & gives off 23 times as much light
    $1200 14
Things that are at a distance appear closer when you use this type of camera lens
    $1600 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Besh-ba-gowah Pueblo in Phoenix, AZ.) The people who built these structures in Arizona are known to us as Salado, the Spanish word for this nearby river
    $1600 10
1956:
"They're here already! You're next! You're next!"
    $1600 20
This Shelby Foote novel about a Tennessee battle could also have been called "Pittsburg Landing"
    $1600 26
H.L. Mencken called this bay "an immense protein factory"
    DD: $5,200 29
This zodiac constellation is dominated by 2 stars; however, one is actually a complex system of at least 6 stars
    $1600 15
I have to work at a studio, so I can't be this type of worker linked electronically to his office from his home
    $2000 6
The Red Sea, you see, is considered an arm of this sea
    $2000 11
1939:
"My friends just call me Ringo--nickname I had as a kid"
    $2000 23
Jack DuArte's "The Resistance" tells of French efforts to keep Louvre artwork from this No. 2 Nazi & Luftwaffe chief
    $2000 27
Historian Daniel Boorstin defined this word as "a person who is well-known for his well-knownness"
    $2000 30
Alpheratz, the brightest star in this constellation named for Perseus' wife, completes the Square of Pegasus
    $2000 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew draws on a weather map on a screen.) One of the few Individual Engineering Emmy Awards went to Leonard Reiffel who invented this technology in the 1960s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Albert Rachel
$10,600 $7,600 -$2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
Rhyming names of the 2 places where FDR & Winston Churchill met up in February 1945

Final scores:

Ted Albert Rachel
$15,201 $15,200 -$2,000
2-day champion: $28,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ted Albert Rachel
$12,600 $7,600 $3,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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