Show #5192 - Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Contestants

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Debbie Harris, a legislative aide originally from Brooklyn, New York

Steve Snyder, a chemical and materials engineer from Tiffin, Ohio

Jamey Kirby, a humanities teacher originally from Live Oak, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $38,677)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE KENNEDYS
NO. 1 HITS IN OTHER WORDS
FORESTS
MILITARY MATTERS
5 "CC"s
ALEX HAS LEFT THE BUILDING
    $200 21
Of 3, 6 or 9, the total number of children of Joseph & Rose Kennedy
    $200 1
1984:
"Leap"
    $200 12
The Mbuti of Congo's Ituri Forest are the shortest of these peoples at an average height of about 4'8"
    $200 19
Ready to fight at a moment's notice, the Minutemen were militia soldiers in this war
    $200 9
The CDC recommends getting one of these for tetanus & diphtheria every 10 years
    $200 6
Here's me "Russian" out of this fortified enclosure
    $400 24
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis became a grandmother on the birth of Rose to this woman
    $400 2
1982:
"Flaming Horse-Drawn Vehicles"
    $400 13
New Hampshire has its White Mountain National Forest & Vermont has one named for this mountain range
    $400 20
U.S. military "Star" given for "meritorious service" in combat
    $400 17
This artificial sweetener is made from toluene, a petroleum product; no wonder it has a bitter aftertaste!
    $400 7
"Greece" was the word when I left this temple, seen here
    $600 25
Joseph Kennedy was appointed Ambassador to this country beginning in 1937
    $600 3
1985:
"Our Globe Is Us"
    DD: $1,500 14
Today consisting mostly of pine plantations, it lies between Nottingham & Worksop
    $600 28
In 1911 French general Ferdinand Foch remarked that these "are interesting toys, but of no military value"
    $600 18
When Native Americans put on the old soft shoes, they are often these, made of soft leather or deerskin
    $600 8
I'm taking the long way down to this landmark
    $800 26
On Dec. 20, 1982 this Kennedy's stormy 24-year marriage ended
    $800 4
1970:
"Structure Spanning Agitated H2O"
    $800 15
In 1891 this Natl. Park's Timberland Reserve was established in Wyoming as the USA's first Natl. Forest
    $800 29
West Point grads are awarded B.S. degrees & are commissioned as officers of this rank in the U.S. Army
    $800 22
Aiding a felon before the crime or after it makes you one of these "before" or "after the fact"
    $800 10
I'm taking the expressway out of this building, San Francisco's answer to the Great Pyramid
    $1000 27
He was the first member of the clan to be a member of the Cabinet
    $1000 5
1989:
"Similar To One Supplication"
    $1000 16
Grunewald Forest is the site of this European capital's highest point, Teufelsberg, which was made from wartime rubble
    $1000 30
The three elements that make up the Marine Corps seal are a globe, an eagle holding a scroll & this naval symbol
    $1000 23
Seen here, it's London's version of Times Square
    $1000 11
After checking out Neville and Winston's former digs, it was time to leave this famous address

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jamey Steve Debbie
$1,600 $3,700 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamey Steve Debbie
$3,400 $5,900 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SMALL ISLANDS
FROM FILM TO TV
TIME FOR A HAIRCUT
COLLEGE TOWNS
POET-POURRI
"HOD" PODGE
    $400 12
In the 19th century, Italy tried to establish a penal colony on this small, barren island, the setting for a Dumas novel
    $400 1
He was a "Major League" "Wild Thing" before hanging out with 1 & 1/2 other guys
    $400 22
(Jon of the Clue Crew points to the whirl of hair on the top of a man's head on the monitor.) To hairdressers, it's not just a piece sticking up; it's the center of the hair's growth pattern. Find it, and figure out which way the hair falls
    $400 3
George Washington University
    $400 11
In 1806, while still a teenager, this lord published "Fugitive Pieces", his first volume of poetry
    $400 17
From the Greek for "correct opinion", it means conforming to established religious doctrine
    $800 20
This atoll 1,300 miles NW of Honolulu, the site of a 1942 naval battle, is actually 2 small islands: Sand & Eastern
    $800 2
Agnes Moorehead played the mom who gave up "Citizen Kane" & the mom who gave "Durwood" fits on this show
    $800 27
If you have a long, narrow face, have your barber leave these hanging over your acre of forehead to minimize it
    $800 4
University of Oregon
    $800 13
In 1400 Geoffrey Chaucer became the first poet buried in this London locale's Poets' Corner
    $800 18
To "ride" this way over someone is to treat him harshly or domineeringly
    $1200 24
In Roman times, the Dahlak Archipelago off Eritrea in this sea was famous for its pearl fisheries
    $1200 8
Laura San Giacomo smoldered in "sex, lies, & videotape" & fumed as Maya Gallo in this workplace comedy
    $1200 28
It's the instrument used to create the deep waves of a Marcel cut
    $1200 5
Florida State University
    DD: $1,777 14
The legendary "Four Poets" of Lesbos were Alcaeus, Arion, Terpander & her
    $1200 19
A member of the Christian denomination started by John Wesley
    $1600 25
Longwood House on this South Atlantic island is now a Napoleon museum owned by the French government
    $1600 9
He went from henchman in "On the Waterfront" to Herman in "The Munsters"
    DD: $400 29
Sailors on an aircraft carrier might have this short cut that's also slang for their ship
    $1600 6
Vanderbilt University
    $1600 15
On the Statue of Liberty's pedestal, you'll find her poem "The New Colossus"
    $1600 21
The only U.S. state that fits the category
    $2000 26
Tourists love this largest island off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula due to the white sand beaches & Mayan ruins
    $2000 10
He played Artie in the movie "Sunset Blvd.", then played a TV sergeant who patrolled Sunset Blvd.
    $2000 30
For the back partings of a bob haircut, find this bone whose name is partly from the Latin caput, or "head"
    $2000 7
Creighton University
    $2000 16
In 1990 this "peaceful" poet became the first Mexican to win the Nobel Prize for literature
    $2000 23
This vacuum tube found in many TVs is "CRT" for short

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamey Steve Debbie
$11,577 $10,300 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OLYMPIC HISTORY
This event was inspired by a legend mentioned in Plutarch's "On the Glory of Athens"

Final scores:

Jamey Steve Debbie
$21,588 $8,549 $6,800
3-day champion: $60,265 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamey Steve Debbie
$11,400 $9,400 $4,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
11 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $25,600

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