Show #5271 - Monday, July 9, 2007

Contestants

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Josh Kamensky, a communications director from Los Angeles, California

Helen Freeman, a graduate student from Mount Kisco, New York

Tim Abou-Sayed, a plastic surgeon from Manalapan, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY & ART
REUNITED
SPOT THE KITTY
(Alex: We want you to name the actual cat in each list we give you.)
CITYSCAPE
THE NEW YORK TIMES PHOTOGRAPHY
ENDS IN "EE"
    $200 3
Titian must have loved this Roman goddess: he painted her with a lute player & with Adonis
    $200 1
Don Henley said this group would reunite when Hell froze over, which turned out to be in 1994
    $200 16
The Wight,
the Jersey,
the Manx
    $200 19
Longyearben, one of the northernmost cities,
is capital of this country's arctic territory of Svalbard
    $200 26
Location in North Carolina forever associated with the 1903 event seen here
    $200 9
A native of the U.S., or a Northerner during the Civil War
    $400 4
If you visit the Louvre, hunt for Houdon's statue of this Roman goddess, seen here
    $400 2
On Sept. 19, 1981 this duo built a "Bridge Over Troubled Water" & reunited for a free concert in Central Park
    $400 17
The British Straighthair,
the British Shorthair,
the British Nohair
    $400 20
Tell Hamoukar in Syria, a settlement between these 2 rivers, is widely believed to be the world's oldest known city
    $400 27
Open wide, Pete! It's treat time for you on your 44th birthday at this New York City borough's zoo
    $400 10
Jesus is known as "The Man From" this place
    $600 5
A fountain at Hearst Castle boasts several sculptures of Sekhmet, a lion-headed goddess of this civilization
    $600 8
The reunion of this group performing their hit "Roxanne" kicked off the 2007 Grammys
    $600 18
The Barbie,
the Ragdoll,
the Chatty
    $600 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports.) With a population of close to 10 million, it's the only city in the world that spans two continents
    $600 28
This famed labor leader is seen demonstrating in 1969
    $600 13
A movie or a play in the afternoon
    $800 6
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports.) If you take a closer look at the painting "Primavera" you'll see the trio of elegant goddesses known by this collective name
    $800 11
This band reunited to play "Don't Stop" at Clinton's 1993 inaugural gala
    $800 24
The Tonkinese,
the Tajikistani,
the Texarkanese
    $800 22
Once an important stop on the Silk Road, the city of Urumqi in this country is the world's farthest from an ocean
    $800 29
Seen here is a dramatic 1937 photo of a tragedy in this New Jersey town
    $800 14
From the French, it's a finely mashed food, often fruit, that's been put through a sieve or blender
    DD: $800 7
Mussolini ordered a replica of the statue of this pair being suckled by a she-wolf sent from Rome, Italy to Rome, GA
    $1000 12
The answer was blowin' in the wind when this folk trio reunited for a 1972 George McGovern fundraiser
    $1000 25
The Delhi,
the Bombay,
the Madras
    $1000 23
In 2007 Greeks in this capital city started tearing down the wall separating their sector from the Turks'
    $1000 30
Seen here is landmark in 1920; the dedication would not come until 2 years later
    $1000 15
10-4 good buddy, Reno's on this river

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

Tim Helen Josh
-$200 $2,000 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Helen Josh
$5,800 $4,600 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPERA
ACTORS ON LOCATION
(Alex: We'll name an actor and will show you a location; you have to put the two together for the proper motion picture)
A WORLD OF PLAYWRIGHTS
AIR APPARENT
BORN TO BE KING
WORD WORDS
    $400 26
In "Cavalleria Rusticana", an ear gets bitten when Alfio challenges Turiddu to their fateful one of these
    $400 2
In this 1959 film James Mason is a bad, bad man at the location shown here
    $400 7
Lope de Rueda & Lope de Vega were 2 of this country's most famous playwrights
    $400 18
Thousands died in 1952 in a notorious smoggy event in this European capital
    $400 13
Tsarskoe Selo, Russia
1868
    $400 1
An overused expression or idea, it comes from the French for "to stereotype"
    $800 27
Gian Carlo Menotti's 1963 opera "Labyrinth" was written for this medium
    $800 3
Charlton Heston encounters the item seen here on the beach in this 1968 film
    $800 12
The troubled life of this Irish-born playwright has inspired several plays including The Judas Kiss and Gross Indecency
    $800 19
This molecule, O3, is a pollutant low in the atmosphere; in the stratosphere, it absorbs harmful radiation
    $800 14
Kohala, Hawaii
c. 1758
    $800 8
If you want to study the history of words, try this, from the Greek for "true sense of a word"
    $1200 28
"Rigoletto" prompted Rossini to say that at last he recognized this compser's genius
    $1200 4
The landmark seen here is where François Truffaut looks to the skies in this film
    $1200 23
Aeschylus' most "oresting" work may be this Greek trilogy about the house of Atreus
    $1200 20
Most air pollution comes from burning these alliterative combustibles that consist of organic remains
    DD: $2,000 15
Falaise, Normandy
c. 1028
    $1200 9
When I use the phrase "buy the farm" for death, I'm using one of these, from the Greek for "auspicious words"
    $1600 29
Count Bitowski leads the company in praise of the waltz in "The Viennese Spirit" by this composer
    $1600 5
You're looking at one place Matthew Broderick and Mia Sara have a ball playing hooky in this film
    DD: $1,600 24
In 2006 he finally picked up 2 Obie awards he'd won decades ago when he was under house arrest in Czechoslovakia
    $1600 21
Dust pollution from this "depleted" metal used on armor-piercing weapons in Iraq may cause cancer
    $1600 16
Berlin, Prussia
1712
    $1600 10
This 7-letter word can mean a trite remark, a bore or any of the salts of hydrobromic acid
    $2000 30
This "precious" first opera in the "Ring" cycle runs about 90 minutes shorter than any of the other 3
    $2000 6
At the spot seen here, Dorothy McGuire & Jean Peters wish for love in this 1954 film
    $2000 25
This playwright grew up in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, & he often sets his plays there
    $2000 22
1984 news included Indira Gandhi's death, as well as a deadly gas leak at this company's chemical plant in Bhopal
    $2000 17
Cairo, Egypt
1920
    $2000 11
From the Latin for "a foot and a half long" comes this adjective for one who uses er... a really long word

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Helen Josh
$9,800 $9,000 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
A 1924 law gave citizenship to all these members of what were called "domestic dependent nations"

Final scores:

Tim Helen Josh
$18,001 $17,800 $1,601
3-day champion: $49,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tim Helen Josh
$9,000 $9,200 $8,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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