Show #5306 - Monday, October 8, 2007

2007 Kids Week game 1.

Contestants

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Nicole Karrow, an 11-year-old from Lewes, Delaware

Harry Haghanegi, a 10-year-old from Chicago, Illinois

Kizzle Cote, a 12-year-old from Ludlow, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SUPREME COURT
KID ROCK
THIS MEANS WAR!
FAMOUS MOMS
WHAT A MONTH!
YOU JUST MADE THE "A" LIST
    $200 26
In 1925 the Court said states, like the federal government, can't violate this amendment by restricting freedom of speech
    $200 1
Work up a sweat naming this toiling tune
    $200 5
In this U.S. war, it was the Yanks vs. the Confederates
    $200 2
In Exodus 2:3 his mother set him afloat in a basket made of papyrus
    $200 3
The United States celebrates its birthday during this month
    $200 6
You are so cool, pristine & full of energy, you're like this biggest U.S. state
    $400 27
Here, this is being done to new Chief Justice John Roberts who may get to do it to a president someday
    $400 9
Beastly ballad blasted at you here
    $400 22
During the Revolutionary War, volunteers ready to fight with 60 seconds' notice were called these
    $400 4
In 2002 at age 101, the queen mother, this queen's mom, died in her sleep at Royal Lodge, Windsor
    $400 7
Timewise, it's the shortest month
    $400 11
You are so solid, some call you one of these, a heavy object attached to a rope that holds a boat in place
    $600 10
Familiar French title of the song heard here
    $600 23
This future state declared its independence in 1836 during a war with Mexico
    $600 18
In 1872 Julia Ward Howe, mother of 6, suggested Mother's Day but wanted it in this month, which sounds a bit late
    $600 8
It's National Dental Hygiene Month, & with all that candy at month's end, it's a good thing!
    $600 12
No one gets to you; your skin is as thick as one of these large reptiles similar to a crocodile
    $800 15
Name this title ancient player in the song heard here
    $800 24
Lasting from 1957 to 1975, it's the longest war in which the U.S. has taken part
    $800 17
Known as "Madame Mere", the mother of this French emperor joined him in exile on Elba & outlived him by 15 years
    $800 20
The U.S. presidential election takes place in this month
    $800 13
Your voice carries so well, you're known as this, like what a guitar is plugged into
    $1000 16
Tiny near-drowning victim in the kid rocker heard here
    $1000 25
The Hundred Years' War, 1337 to 1453, was fought between England & this country
    $1000 19
This scientist is the only woman to be a Nobel Prize winner as well as the mother of a Nobel Prize winner
    DD: $1,000 21
It shares its name with a type of musical piece: Forward--Move It!
    $1000 14
You are so smart, your brillance matches that of this ancient philosopher who was a student of Plato

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

Kizzle Harry Nicole
$3,000 $1,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kizzle Harry Nicole
$4,800 $5,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
PBS
IN MY FREE TIME
WE MAKE THAT!
BODIES OF WATER
VOCABULARY
    $400 14
It's the weakest of the 4 basic forces, but it's strong enough to keep the moon orbiting the Earth
    $400 1
Brazil's version of this long-running PBS kids show is called "Vila Sesamo"
    $400 8
I could be a big wheel in the circus because I'm learning to ride this vehicle named for its one big wheel
    $400 18
For gamers:
This company makes PSP & PS3
    $400 2
Although it was discovered in 1610, this Canadian bay's west coast wasn't mapped until about 210 years later
    $400 21
The name of this extinct critter comes from words meaning "terrible lizard"
    $800 17
A cubic inch of material contains a million billion billion of these, each with protons & neutrons in its nucleus
    $800 4
This inquisitive monkey's favorite food plays a part in the number game "Banana 411" on his PBS website
    $800 10
I go to the cafe at American Girl Place to dine with my doll at this "afternoon" meal named for a beverage
    $800 19
A food company:
A bunch of different soups (& SpaghettiOs too)
    $800 3
This British river that flows through London is also known as the Isis as it flows through Oxford
    $800 27
This term for a mechanical human comes from a Czech word for "forced labor"
    $1200 22
(Jon of the Clue Crew puts a lid on it--literally.) The candle in the small jar will burn out first because it has the least amount of this to burn
    $1200 5
Hosted by LeVar Burton, this literary show sounds like something you might see in the sky
    $1200 11
I'm mastering this outdoor game, but I don't use a flamingo for a mallet like Alice did in "Alice in Wonderland"
    $1200 20
A tech company:
Internet Explorer, Vista
    $1200 9
Tidal ranges in this ocean vary from 38 feet to 2 feet just south of Perth, Western Australia
    $1600 23
Changes in the tropospheric layer of this are what gives us weather
    $1600 6
On their PBS show, Piggley Winks, Dannan & Ferny often use this title expression on Raloo Farm in Ireland
    DD: $2,000 15
I'm studying this language because I want to go to Crete & speak to the people in their native tongue
    $1600 25
A breakfast giant:
Froot Loops, Pop-Tarts
    $1600 12
This river flows about 1,150 miles from Lake Hazar in Turkey through Baghdad, on its way to the Persian Gulf
    DD: $2,000 28
"He's an angel" is a metaphor: "Smart as a whip" is one of these comparisons
    $2000 24
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Texas A&M.) To test deep water structures the wave tank generates waves, wind, and this water flow, from the Latin for running
    $2000 7
Paco the talking parrot is a friend of these 2 title animated PBS kids whose names both start with the letter "M"
    $2000 16
Instead of playing with my yo-yo I'm playing like Yo-Yo Ma on this instrument
    $2000 26
An automaker:
Yaris, Corolla
    $2000 13
This largest lake in the Swiss Alps is actually a wide spot in the Rhone River
    $2000 29
You can learn about all types of animals at the zoo--& that "zoo" is short for this type of park or garden

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kizzle Harry Nicole
$8,400 $15,600 $10,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TITLE ADJECTIVES
The 2 adjectives that describe Miss Wheaton in the title of an award-winning book & TV movie set in the Midwest

Final scores:

Kizzle Harry Nicole
$1,000 $15,600 $19,999
3rd place: $1,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home Game System 2nd place: $2,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home Game System Winner: $19,999 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home Game System

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kizzle Harry Nicole
$8,400 $15,600 $11,600
12 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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