Show #5210 - Friday, April 13, 2007

Contestants

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Gin Peck, a computer consultant from Phelps, New York

Matt Sojot, a firefighter from Mililani, Hawaii

Chris Dellicarpini, a screenwriter from South Huntington, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

FRIDAY THE 13th
(Alex: How appropriate.)
NATIONAL PEOPLE
LITERARY FILL IN THE BLANK
EAT IT, BEAT IT OR TREAT IT
(Alex: You have to tell us which one.)
NOT TO BE CONFUSED
"V" IS FOR...
(Alex: ...whatever.)
    $200 6
Friday October 13, 1944: Greek patriots retake Athens from this group after 3 1/2 years of occupation
    $200 26
"Medical Center" actor Mr. Everett
    $200 11
Dumas:
"'I may not be a _________ yet, but at least I've been privileged to fight in your ranks'"
    $200 21
Conga
    $200 16
A fusil is a light flintlock firearm; fusilli is a type of this
    $200 1
...This male servant, or for an attendant who parks cars
    $400 7
Friday January 13, 1995: The first all-female crew wins a qualifying race for this contest
    $400 27
Seen here, she's gone from supermodel to super-mogul as chief designer and CEO of her own worldwide firm
    $400 12
Malory:
"And right as Arthur did at Christmas, he did at Candlemas, and pulled out the _____ easily"
    $400 22
Beriberi
    $400 17
While statistics deals with numerical facts, this deals with the motion & impact of projectiles
    $400 2
...This mentholated product from Vicks that's used on the chest & throat to relieve coughing
    $600 8
Friday October 13, 1967: This president signs an executive order banning sex discrimination in the U.S. govt.
    $600 28
Her state of mind focused on still lifes & flowers of the desert Southwest
    $600 13
Du Maurier:
"Last night I dreamed I went to ____ again."
    $600 23
Tinea
    $600 18
Not to be confused with a hobgoblin, this is the pigment that gives blood its red color
    $600 3
...This cocktail ingredient, "sweet" or "dry", that's found in a Manhattan
    $800 9
Friday, February 13, 1914:
This 5-letter organization is set up to collect royalties when music is performed
    $800 29
Nobel Prize winner Anatole
    $800 14
Burroughs:
"'Well! Tarzan...does not this...book clear up...your parentage? Why, man, you are Lord _________'"
    $800 24
Daikon
    $800 19
Rutgers is a New Jersey university; this is a news service founded in London in 1851
    $800 4
...These Scandinavian sea rovers who ravaged the coasts of Europe for about 300 years
    $1000 10
1994: The first handover of a West Bank city from Israel to the Palestinians--this one where a battle was fit
    $1000 30
Stephen Rea has starred in many of this director's films, including "The Crying Game"
    DD: $2,000 15
Hemans:
"The boy stood on the burning ____, whence all but he had fled"
    $1000 25
Udu
    $1000 20
"Hirsute" means "hairy"; "hircine" means "of or like this hairy animal"
    $1000 5
...This synonym for one's profession or calling

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

Chris Matt Gin
$1,200 $2,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Matt Gin
$1,400 $4,200 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN WORLD CAPITALS
ACTORS IN BONDAGE
(Alex: You have to name the actor who played James Bond.)
MARKETING
POLITICAL, PICTORIAL BEFORE & AFTER
(Alex: That'll be fun.)
ARTY FACTS
THE ANSWER LIES WITHIN
(Alex: Each correct response will be found within the text of the clue. Not necessarily within one word only, so beware.)
    $400 17
As the birthplace of this company, Fremont, Michigan calls itself the "baby food capital of the world"
    $400 1
"Goldfinger"
    $400 6
An attention-grabbing type of ad seen on a website, or an attention-grabbing type of news headline
    $400 7
England's holy patron and a columnist collide to form...
    $400 10
First names of famous artists Holbein & Hals; they'll "pump you up!"
    $400 26
We need to hone Steve's sense of ethics; he has to be more this
    $800 18
Fresh or canned, Ketchikan, Alaska is known as this "capital of the world"
    $800 2
"Moonraker"
    $800 22
Way back in the Model T days, Ford offered these, a few bucks of the purchase price back
    $800 8
A president. A 19th century author. This
    $800 13
Break the code and name this inventive 16th Century artist
    $800 27
This rodent is a famous eater of cheese
    $1200 19
Mattoon, Illinois declared itself the "bagel capital of the world" after this company opened a factory there in 1986
    $1200 3
"Tomorrow Never Dies"
    $1200 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew explains a graph shown on a screen) The maturity stage of the product life cycle is often when this is reached, the condition of consumers having as much of the gizmo as the market will bear
    $1200 9
A big democrat of today turns into a '50s Secretary of State. This
    $1200 14
Bowler hats off to this Belgian painter who had his first exhibition in Brussels in 1927
    $1200 28
Overcome with emotion, the sheep is unable at the moment to make this customary sound
    DD: $2,000 20
This Pennsylvania town is the "weather capital of the world", not just on February 2, but all year long
    $1600 4
"Licence To Kill"
    $1600 24
Consumer panel hired to say what they think of a product (especially telescopes & cameras?)
    DD: $2,000 11
A poet from an Initially Yours category turns into a New Yorker who enjoyed Election Night 2006. Here's...
    $1600 15
In 2002
on the big screen, Alfred Molina played this artist opposite Salma Hayek
    $1600 29
Joey Harrington eats & breathes football; we bet this on his cell phone is the NFL films music
    $2000 21
Hey, dude!
Wickenburg in this southwestern state is the "Dude Ranch Capital of the World"
    $2000 5
"On Her Majesty's Secret Service"
    $2000 25
(Kelly of the Clue Crew explains a diagram on a screen) If an assembly company buys up part of its distribution chain, it's called vertical this, and it can happen backward and forward
    $2000 12
A Dover Beach poet and a famous politician get together as...
    $2000 16
In 2006 a 1907 portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer by this Austrian sold for a record $135 million
    $2000 30
The Andes pair with the Atacama Desert to produce this emotion in Chilean cross-country runners

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Matt Gin
$14,200 $10,600 $17,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
Decreed by Congress in 1989, National Tap Dance Day falls on the May 25th birthday of this man born in 1878

Final scores:

Chris Matt Gin
$7,200 $1 $28,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $28,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Matt Gin
$13,800 $10,600 $19,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
13 R,
0 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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