Show #5273 - Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Contestants

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Sheila Runyon, a retired programmer from Omaha, Nebraska

Zach Baker, a computer programmer from Downey, California

Monica Lenhard, a teacher from Royal Oak, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUSTIN
CELEBRITY PAINTERS
LULLABIES THAT ROCK
THE NEW YORK TIMES DINING
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
THE "WASH" ROOM
    $200 25
The Confederate Soldiers Monument on the State Capitol grounds has 5 bronze statues headed by this president
    $200 1
Perhaps he made his old blue eyes a touch bluer in works found in his book "A Man and His Art"
    $200 21
This lullabye will either "rock" your little ones or make them acrophobic
    $200 16
Want to get this part of a pie perfect? The secret is leaf lard, rendered for 8 hours
    $200 6
Rock the baby & loop the loop on June 6, the day reserved for this toy
    $200 9
Use it for gargling
    $400 26
At dusk, April through October, millions of these mammals fly out from under the Congress Ave. Bridge to feed
    $400 2
Yo, Adrian! His expressionistic paintings have sold for up to $40,000
    $400 22
This one heard here started off as a poem
    $400 17
Naturally, this list came in for praise at a restaurant called Varietal
    $400 7
One ringy dingy! September 1 is Emma M. Nutt Day in honor of the first female one of these in the U.S.
    $400 10
An entry-level restaurant job or a labor-saving appliance that does the same thing
    $600 27
At 30 years, this PBS series from the Austin music scene is the longest-running music showcase now on TV
    $600 3
This man left his heart in the painting seen here
    $600 23
This is sure to wake them up on Christmas Morning
    $600 18
A restaurant of this African cuisine got high marks for its shiro wett & its not-too-spongy injera bread
    $600 8
February 1 (not always a Friday) is the day for this literary character based on sailor Alexander Selkirk
    $600 11
To cover up errors or wrongdoing; perhaps for Tom Sawyer?
    $800 30
Austin's African-American history is chronicled in a museum named for this agricultural scientist
    $800 4
"Hottest Linda", one of the many abstract paintings by this "Fab" rocker, depicts his first wife sunbathing
    $800 24
This song is for parents who believe in bribery
    $800 19
The times had info on Surinam cherry, the ingredient that helped crown the champion cook of this Bravo TV reality show
    $800 14
Interstellar hitchhikers know May 25 is the day for these terrycloth items, a tribute to Douglas Adams
    $800 12
Hyphenated term meaning lacking in decisiveness
    $1000 29
This Old West cattle trail that ran from Texas to Kansas crossed the eastern part of Austin
    $1000 5
This disco diva sang "She Works Hard For The Money", then went acrylic with her "Hard for the Money"
    $1000 28
This composer's work heard here is the perfect "cradle song"
    DD: $2,400 20
The Times critic loved the lamb at an Indian joint that uses this 700-degree oven
    $1000 15
On Oct. 12 Mexico celebrates "Dia de la Raza", or day of this
    $1000 13
Adventurous swordsman

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

Monica Zach Sheila
$4,800 $3,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Monica Zach Sheila
$7,400 $9,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

VIENNA'S IMPERIAL PALACE
CINEMA SHORTHAND
(Alex: ...and you have to identify the movie.)
QUOTATIONS
GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT
MARMOSET
KNOCK U OUT
(Alex: And in that last category, we'll need two responses. One word will have a "U" in it. The other word will be exactly the same, but minus the "U".)
    $400 6
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands outside the Imperial Palace in Vienna, Austria.) The Hofburg complex is home to this riding school founded in 1572; the name comes from the country where the horses were bred
    $400 12
1931:
Plug in the lightning rod! It's creation time
    $400 1
In 1814 he told the French Senate, "France has more need of me than I of France"
    $400 7
Fresco is an art technique; Fresca is a product of this soft drink company
    $400 21
With marmosets, this is almost twice as long as the body
    $400 16
Remove the "U" from a dwelling & you get a tubular water carrier
    $800 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from within the Imperial Palace in Vienna, Austria.) From 1857 to 1916, these apartments were the home of this emperor, who saw himself as a soldier, & slept on this simple iron bed
    $800 13
1994:
Don't slow down... or else the bomb goes off!
    $800 2
In September 2001 he told NYC, "The spirit of our city has never been stronger"
    $800 8
The Aare is a tributary of the Rhine; this organization for people 50 & older has "the power to make it better"
    $800 22
Pygmy marmosets are found around the upper part of this large river's basin
    $800 17
Remove the "U" from a verb meaning "to awaken" & a flower blooms
    $1200 14
1977:
Is this the first movie or the fourth?
    $1200 3
In 1897 this women's rights pioneer wrote that "Suffrage is the pivotal right"
    $1200 9
James Bond drove a BMW Z3 in "GoldenEye"; vitamin B3 is also called this
    $1200 23
Only dominant pygmy females reproduce; their presence suppresses the release of these in other females
    $1200 18
Remove the "U" from a word meaning "located" & you get a word meaning "affectionate"
    DD: $1,500 15
1957:
"Guilty!" "Guilty!",
"Guilty!" "Guilty!",
"Guilty!" "Guilty!",
"Guilty!" "Guilty!",
"Guilty!" "Guilty!",
"Guilty!" "Nope!"
    $1600 4
Told that there were already too many lawyers, Daniel Webster said, "There is always room" here
    $1600 10
Cingular is a wireless company; Singulair treats this condition, though it doesn't replace fast-acting inhalers
    $1600 24
Marmosets are part of this scientific order that includes humans
    $1600 19
Without the "U", a sullen look becomes a bulging belly
    $2000 5
His words "God bless the crew of Apollo 17" were the last ever spoken from the surface of the Moon
    $2000 11
Toni Morrison wrote "The Bluest Eye"; this mopey Brit wrote "A Pair of Blue Eyes"
    $2000 25
Marmosets are different from other monkeys in that they have claws as well as these on their fingers
    DD: $3,000 20
Take out the "U" in a synonym for "to praise" & you get a youthful boy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Monica Zach Sheila
$13,200 $16,400 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COMMUNICATIONS PIONEERS
He painted the White House portrait of President Monroe before much wider fame as an inventor in the 1840s

Final scores:

Monica Zach Sheila
$4,181 $26,401 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $26,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Monica Zach Sheila
$12,200 $15,000 $3,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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