Show #5267 - Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 6.

Contestants

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Holly Owens, a physician originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Keith Kashiwada, a community college professor from Honolulu, Hawaii

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 5-day cash winnings total $116,102)

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Jeopardy! Round

YOU CAN QUOTE ME
STUPID SHOW BIZ ANSWERS
(Alex: That's a redundancy.)
IT FLOATS!
DISCARDED LITERARY ENDINGS
(Alex: You have to identify the work for us.)
FUN ACROSS AMERICA
MIXED NUTS
(Alex: ...which are anagrams of nuts.)
    $200 6
"It was a little Cocker Spaniel dog...and our little girl, Tricia, the 6-year-old, named it Checkers"
    $200 11
It's the role Danny Bonaduce played on "The Partridge Family"
    $200 26
The lightest wood used commercially, it's used to build model airplanes & some kinds of buoys
    $200 1
The girl clicked her heels. Nada. She wasn't going home! What a practical joke! Oh, how Glinda loved to laugh!
    $200 21
In the spring, merrymakers head to the Merrie Monarch Festival on this "Big Island"
    $200 16
OLD MAN
    $400 7
"I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth...I've got an awful lot to live for"
    $400 12
Mike Myers flexed his powers to play Studio 54 owner Steve Rubell in this 1998 film
    $400 27
Until it broke up in the Ross Sea off Antarctica in 2003, B15 was the world's largest one of these, at 4,400 square miles
    $400 2
This 1957 title feline made things splat / I called animal control, then that was that / That was the end of...
    $400 22
If you're scuba-certified, you can swim with the sharks at the aquarium in this Minnesota shopping paradise
    $400 17
I TIP CHAOS
    $600 8
"I see one third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished"
    $600 13
Andrea McArdle, who starred in a production of "Annie Get Your Gun" in 2006, first became famous playing this role
    $600 28
After floating on the surface of the ocean for several weeks, this volcanic rock eventually sinks to the bottom
    $600 3
Willy Loman smiled--he had 17 commissions in his pocket. Attention had been paid! (Ed. note--title might have to change)
    $600 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew is on the set of "Spamalot".) The knights of the round table traveled from England to here on Broadway and now to this Las Vegas casino, named for its owner, Steve
    $600 18
A MAMA ACID
    $800 9
"And like the old soldier of that ballad, I now close my military career and just fade away"
    $800 14
Greer Garson became the Mrs. of actor Richard Ney after he played her son Vin Miniver in this 1942 film
    DD: $2,000 29
The Egyptian lotus is not really a lotus but a blue-flowered species of this
    $800 4
What the heck, thought Javert. It was only a loaf of freakin' bread! "Take off, Jean," he said. "Don't waste my time"
    $800 24
Blast off on a simulated trip to Mars on Mission: Space, a major thrill ride at this Florida theme park
    $800 19
RUB TAN LIZ
    $1000 10
"Our flag is red, white and blue, but our nation is a rainbow...we're all precious in God's sight"
    $1000 15
It was the title of the last big-screen remake of "Beau Geste", released in 1977
    $1000 5
"I've had a change of heart, Elizabeth," said Darcy. "I'm marrying Catherine. Ta"
    $1000 25
Mmm! Sample some Red Zinger when you tour this "heavenly" tea company on Boulder, Colo.'s Sleepytime Drive
    $1000 20
LEFT RIB

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Cathy Keith Holly
$2,800 $0 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Keith Holly
$2,800 $0 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHIC DISTINCTIONS
HOW INSTRUMENTAL
FOOD FACTS
"HI"
MY NAME IS GEORGE
I'LL BE YOUR WAITER
    $400 26
Bordering 4 out of the 5, this U.S. state borders more of the Great Lakes than any other
    $400 21
Like her father, with whom she began studying at age 9, Anoushka Shankar has become a master of this instrument
    $400 16
These spicy Indian sauces whose name means "sauce" are often served with rice
    $400 1
Some scientists who don't think bears do this in a true sense use the term "winter lethargy" instead
    $400 2
Meet this TV character...his boy Elroy...daughter Judy...Jane, his wife...
    $400 11
He may've won at Waterloo if he'd attacked earlier in the day, but heavy rain the night before had him wait until noon
    $800 27
Despite Minnesota's claim as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, this U.S. state has the most, with more than 3 million
    $800 22
Andre Rieu, who loves to play the music of Strauss on his violin, is the modern king of this dance music
    $800 17
This thick, sweet liquid is in the name of & is an ingredient of a mustard-based dipping sauce
    $800 4
The recognition of possibilities after an event's occurrence; mine's a perfect 20/20
    $800 3
At the Oscars, he said, "I was just backstage with Jack Nicholson & VP Gore, drinking. I don't think he's running"
    $800 12
In literature, Penelope waits on this man for 20 years, as does his dog, Argos, who keels over as he gets back
    $1200 28
The geographic center of the contiguous U.S. states is about 4 miles west of the city of Lebanon in this state
    $1200 23
This 18th century "Papa" wrote close to 200 works for the baryton, an instrument now almost obsolete
    $1200 18
Besides reorganizing Europe, the 1814 Congress of Vienna also named this softie the "king of cheeses"
    $1200 5
The wheals of urticaria go 'round & 'round as this type of eruptive skin condition
    $1200 8
In a 1971 ceremony, he & his 3 ex-bandmates won an Oscar for best music, original song score
    $1200 13
Waiting to sail home from England, this Native American woman died in March of 1617
    $1600 29
The heart of an ancient volcano, Crater Lake in this West Coast state is the USA's deepest at about 1,932 feet
    $1600 24
Though better known for his guitar, Leadbelly also played the windjammer, a Cajun type of this instrument
    $1600 19
The name of this long, wide loaf of bread is Italian for "slipper"
    $1600 6
An interruption in the continuity of a TV series
    DD: $2,500 9
In a 1977 film he is asked "to tell the truth...& nothing but the truth" & answers, "So help me, me"
    $1600 14
In a 1952 play, 2 tramps await this title guy, who (spoiler alert!) never does show up
    $2000 25
Cyndi Lauper's "Body Acoustic" CD features her playing this old instrument, named from the Latin for "sweet song"
    $2000 20
The name for this green-floreted veggie may be from the Latin for "arm"
    $2000 7
Any system of persons ranked one above another
    $2000 10
This comedian wrote, "I never eat sushi. I have trouble eating things that are merely unconscious"
    DD: $1,500 15
On Nov. 4, 1605 this Brit was lying in wait to use more than 20 barrels of gunpowder on Parliament; never got the chance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Keith Holly
$11,900 $7,300 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCULPTORS
Charles Niehaus sculpted McKinley for Canton, Ohio; Farragut for Muskegon, Mich.; & a record 8 men in this collection

Final scores:

Cathy Keith Holly
$3,399 $4,300 $7,501
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,501

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cathy Keith Holly
$12,400 $8,400 $10,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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