Show #5291 - Monday, September 17, 2007

Contestants

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Jennifer Gaspar Schreiner, an opera singer from Raleigh, North Carolina

Joanne Platt, a waitress from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Matt Caporaletti, an advertising account supervisor from Westwood, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

THEATRE GHOSTS
STUPID ANSWERS
(Alex: I like that.)
LOOK WHAT'S "UMP"
WORLD FLAGS
HISTORY
AFTER
    $200 26
Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre in this U.S. city has several ghosts, including that of an actress who fell to her death
    $200 16
The Old Milwaukee brewing company is headquartered in this city
    $200 21
A projecting rim on a vehicle
    $200 1
Like many countries, Albania has this bird as a symbol, & its flag shows a 2-headed one
    $200 7
In 2006 FEMA & the U.S. Geological Survey sponsored a conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of this event
    $200 6
Long after he was a TV weatherman who predicted hail the size of canned hams, he'd work the "late" shift for CBS
    $400 27
The man in this drab color who haunts the Drury Lane Theatre may the ghost of a man found bricked up in a wall there
    $400 17
This state is named after Thomas West, whose title was Baron De La Warr
    $400 22
It begins every basketball game
    $400 2
In 2006 Lesotho went for a more peaceful look, putting a hat on its flag to replace a shield & this weapon
    $400 8
In 1785 he graduated 42nd out of 58 at his military school in Paris
    $400 12
In 1956, one year after winning an Oscar, she quit the business to move to Monaco
    $600 28
The lady in blue seen in this Scottish city's Royal Lyceum Theatre may be the actress Ellen Terry
    $600 18
This Washington D.C. monument stands near the Potomac, about halfway between the Capitol & the Lincoln Memorial
    $600 23
To baffle someone to the point of not being able to answer
    DD: $1,000 3
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reads the clue.)
Behind the coat of arms on Portugal's flag is a navagational tool. In 1816, it was also on the flag of this other land
    $600 9
In 1869 this "wild" & crazy guy killed 2 men as acting sheriff of Ellis County, Kansas
    $600 13
After "The Pelican Brief" in 1992, he followed up with "The Client" in 1993
    $800 29
A ghost known as the Black Phantom used to appear in a mirror at the Empire Theatre in this city, Ringo Starr's hometown
    $800 19
This river forms the southern borders of Ohio, Indiana & Illinois
    $800 24
Cooked on a griddle, it's a teatime treat with small holes on top
    $800 4
In 1996, to represent unity, Ethiopia put this 5-pointed star with mystical overtones on its flag
    $800 10
In 1900 more than 200 foreigners were killed during this bloody uprising in northern China
    $800 14
After playing QB Paul Crewe in 1974's "The Longest Yard", he played coach Nate Scarborough in the 2005 remake
    $1000 30
Melbourne's Princess Theatre boasts the ghost of a singer who died after playing this devilish role in "Faust"
    $1000 20
Founded in 1911, this Connecticut college is in the town of New London
    $1000 25
Megapteran marine mammal that arches sharply as it dives
    $1000 5
This large country re-adopted its old red, white & blue flag in 1991
    $1000 11
A Supreme Court decision in 2000 said rights named for this man were "embedded in routine police practice"
    $1000 15
In 1970 Eric Clapton warned us, "After" this title hour, "we're gonna let it all hang down"

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

Matt Joanne Jennifer
-$200 $3,000 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Joanne Jennifer
$1,400 $7,600 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ARCTIC OCEAN
THE BRITISH INVASION
PSEUDO SPORT LIT
ENERGY
THE ELEMENTS
"O" YES!
    $400 16
The shortest way to sail to the Arctic Ocean from Nome, Alaska is to go north through this strait
    $400 11
The first track on "The Beatles' Second Album" was a Chuck Berry song that told this composer to "roll over"
    $400 21
Could it be that a tipsy Johnny Bench was the inspiration for Holden Caulfield in this 1951 novel
    $400 30
In 1937 an explosion of this, unodorized, killed 300 people in a New London, Texas school
    $400 1
Because sound travels 2.7 times faster in this gas than in air, inhaling it makes your voice higher
    $400 6
It's the third-largest Hawaiian isle
    $800 17
The Arctic Ocean's deepest point, about 17,880 feet, lies just north of this country's Svalbard Islands
    $800 12
"Play with Fire" from this Group's 1965 album "Out of Our Heads" featured Phil Spector on bass
    $800 22
This Mark Bowden book depicts a Mogadishu raid & a crashed helicopter crew, not Chicago hockey players
    $800 29
The Sequoyah 1 nuclear reactor near Chattanooga is operated by this agency established in 1933
    $800 2
When pronounced another way, this element is the top story on a newscast
    $800 7
A carefully planned military attack, or a football "line"
    $1200 18
In the early 1770s England's Samuel Hearne became the first European to reach the Arctic Ocean overland from this bay
    $1200 13
The Searchers told us that Madame Ruth had "a pad down on Thirty-fourth and Vine" where she sold this
    DD: $5,000 23
A-Rod is truly in trouble in this time-traveling Twain text from 1889
    $1200 26
Itaipu, a project using this type of power, supplies about a quarter of all of Brazil's electricity needs
    $1200 3
Could it be Satan this metal is named for? It comes from the German for "Old Nick"
    $1200 8
It's the O in an IPO, a corporation's first attempt to sell stock to the public
    $1600 19
On August 3, 1958 this nuclear-powered submarine became the first to cross the North Pole under the ice
    $1600 14
Reg Presley not only sang lead on this group's hit "Wild Thing", he played the ocarina as well
    $1600 24
I picked up this Faulkner work hoping the title referred to Rex Grossman, but it was about Old Ben
    $1600 27
Electricity can be produced by CSP, short for "concentrating" this -- & it's done with mirrors
    DD: $3,000 4
This very hard metal is named for the children of Uranus & Gaea
    $1600 9
To use this "razor" named for a 14th century English philosopher means to use economy in explanation
    $2000 20
The spiral tusk of this cetacean that inhabits the waters of the Arctic Ocean may reach a length of 10 feet
    $2000 15
This quartet included Leslie Maguire, John Chadwick, & brothers Gerry & Freddie Marsden
    $2000 25
In this Shakespeare play, the Antipholus twins don't merit gold gloves after they bobble identities
    $2000 28
Abbreviated SPR, it's the emergency store of oil created by the U.S. government in 1977
    $2000 5
Harold Kroto & others found this common element had a new molecular form, the Fullerene
    $2000 10
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands in sunlight and shadow) A total solar eclipse where the moon hides the sun is an example of this for the Latin for "conceal" -- as in the mysteries of the supernatural

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Joanne Jennifer
$7,000 $17,000 $14,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN PUBLISHING
The 1860 frontier novel "Malaeska", the first of its kind, sold 300,000 copies for total sales revenue of this

Final scores:

Matt Joanne Jennifer
$0 $4,000 $1
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $4,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Joanne Jennifer
$7,000 $14,200 $17,800
13 R,
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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