Show #5321 - Monday, October 29, 2007

Paul Glaser game 2.

Contestants

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Pat Kennedy, a housewife, mother, and substitute teacher from Holland, Pennsylvania

Kathleen Lohmann, a benefits coordinator originally from Yuma, Arizona

Paul Glaser, a research scientist from Albany, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give us the word we have replaced in each category...)
JEPOETRY
TV MDs
VAMPIRES
BIBLICAL ABOMINATIONS
THEY COME IN THREES
"OK"
    $200 9
John Keats:
"A thing of Jeopardy! is a joy forever"
    $200 26
Drs. Cristina Yang & Miranda Bailey practice on this McDreamy series
    $200 21
In the Slavic countries, this pungent bulb was used to detect vampires as well as to prevent their attacks
    $200 13
Leviticus 11 says most insects that creep or fly are an abomination, but this 8th plague is kosher
    $200 6
Jack Tripper, Chrissy Snow & Janet Wood were the original housemates on this TV show
    $200 1
Bowl-shaped Chinese pan used for stir-frying
    $400 10
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
"If winter comes, can Jeopardy! be far behind?"
    $400 27
Maria Bello & Sherry Stringfield are among the many who doctored up this long-running NBC show
    $400 22
Depending on local customs, these, used to kill vampires, may be made of iron or local woods
    $400 14
Leviticus 11:13 declares that this bird of prey, later a symbol of Roman legions, is an abomination
    $400 7
This famous literary trio shows up again in Dumas' novel "Le Vicomte de Bragelonne"
    $400 2
Tasty treat seen here. Pass the butter
    $600 16
Carl Sandburg:
"The Jeopardy! comes on little cat feet"
    $600 28
Drs. Lisa Cuddy & Allison Cameron have roamed Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital with this acerbic title doc
    $600 23
Bela Lugosi didn't wear a set of these as Dracula, but Christopher Lee did, fixing the image of a vampire for successors
    $600 15
Potpourri is not mentioned, but this burning perfume is an abomination according to Isaiah 1:13
    $600 8
The 3 members of ancient Rome's First Triumvirate in 60 B.C. were Crassus, Pompey & him
    $600 3
This visage is useful when playing 5-card stud
    $800 17
Lewis Carroll:
"'Twas Jeopardy!, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe"
    $800 29
Dr. Cavanaugh (the first name would give things away) was a Boston M.E. with a checkered past on this drama
    DD: $2,000 24
Meaning "the land beyond the forest", it's the area in which vamps camp
    $800 19
Leviticus 11:10 says "all that have not fins and" these "in the seas" shall be an abomination
    $800 11
The 3 main regions that make up this country are Norrland, Svealand & Gotaland
    $800 4
"Lost colony" of 1580s North Carolina
    $1000 18
Ernest L. Thayer:
"The outlook wasn't brilliant for the Jeopardy! nine that day"
    $1000 30
We dig forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan on this Fox drama
    $1000 25
Though never explicitly stated, this 3-named English poet's "Christabel" is thought to be about vampires
    $1000 20
In Genesis 46:34, every shepherd is an abomination unto this kingdom that was known as Kemet
    $1000 12
Aradus, Sidon & Tyre were 3 principal cities of this ancient civilization
    $1000 5
Thai one on in this Asian capital on the banks of the Chao Phraya River

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

Paul Kathleen Pat
$1,800 $3,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Kathleen Pat
$8,400 $5,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE ADJECTIVES
COUNTRY MUSIC
THE 1920s
ALONG E-90
PORK & MINDY
5-LETTER WORDS
    $400 6
"Atomic" & this word describing the central region of an atom are both found before "power" & "fission"
    $400 16
On winning top female vocalist at the 2007 ACM Awards, she thanked God, her fans & "American Idol"
    $400 17
Chicago gangster Dion O'Banion had this civilian trade & started the practice of lavish arrangements at mob funerals
    $400 22
We'll start our trip east on Route E-90 in this chief seaport of Portugal
    $400 11
Mindy's up on her slang & knows you can "bring home" this porky term -- or if you're in trouble, you can "save" yours
    $400 1
It's a ballroom dance or the music for the dance, like the "Blue Danube" one
    $800 7
Because they're most active after dark, opossums are described by this adjective
    $800 27
This Dolly Parton song recently topped CMT's list of the 100 greatest love songs of country music
    $800 18
Competition from the new Chevrolet spurred Henry Ford to introduce this new model in 1927
    $800 23
Let's head to this Spanish coastal city to shop along its Rambla de Catalunya
    $800 12
Mindy's not overacting but is livin' on this meat from the hind leg of the hog; it's rich in thiamine & iron
    $800 2
It can be a braid or plait of hair worn hanging down one's back
    $1200 8
(Cheryl makes some stone soup) Pumice, which floats on water because of little air pockets is described as this, meaning "full of holes" and derives from the Greek for "passage"
    $1200 28
His first No. 1 country hit & first Top 40 pop hit was 1975's "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"
    $1200 19
In the 1923 photo seen here, a woman lights her stove with cash due to rampaging inflation in this country
    $1200 24
My cat wants me to look up its relatives in this capital of Turkey
    $1200 13
On vacation, Mindy saw a '95 film about this title porker, known in Taiwan as "I am not Stupid, I have Something to Say"
    $1200 3
It's the organic material, such as straw or compost, on the ground around plants used to enrich the soil
    $1600 9
A medical condition that was present at birth is described by this 10-letter adjective
    $1600 29
At his wedding reception in 2006, he serenaded his movie star bride with the song "Making Memories of Us"
    $1600 20
On Jan. 7, 1927 transatlantic phone service began as the president of this company called London
    $1600 25
Hope our stop in Thessaloniki goes better than Greece's George I in 1913; this happened to him there
    $1600 14
Multi-tasking Mindy knows this term for a type of pig can also apply to a stove
    $1600 4
(Kelly is at the blue board with a Spanish lesson) In Spanish spelling, this mark above the "N" means that rather than "oona", the word should be pronounced "oon-ya"
    $2000 10
Sarcasm aside, this word from the Greek for "burning" describes a substance that causes corrosion
    $2000 30
It's never too early for happy hour in this "timely" tune by Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett
    $2000 21
This evangelist made plenty of headlines in the 1920s, like in 1926 when she claimed to have been kidnapped
    DD: $6,000 26
E-90 goes through Brindisi; this famous ancient Roman road ended there
    $2000 15
Mindy goes semiwild hog with the Arkansas football team to name this type of pig
    DD: $2,000 5
A follower of the philosopher Diogenes was called this, from the Greek for "doglike"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Kathleen Pat
$28,000 $8,400 -$800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
From 1889 until 1961, this mountain's highest point was known as Kaiser-Wilhelm-Spitze

Final scores:

Paul Kathleen Pat
$36,000 $16,799 -$800
2-day champion: $60,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Kathleen Pat
$24,800 $8,400 -$800
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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