Show #5325 - Friday, November 2, 2007

Paul Glaser game 6.

Contestants

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Kyle Brittain, a student from Durango, Colorado

Lucia Macro, an executive editor from Jersey City, New Jersey

Paul Glaser, a research scientist from Albany, New York (whose 5-day cash winnings total $121,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPS
PRIME TIME SPIN-OFFS
(Alex: You have to identify the show each program was spun off from.)
MAGAZINES
(Alex: You have to identify the speaker of...)
QUOTABLE NOTABLES
PETS
"F" STOP
    $200 11
In 1969, National Geographic published a Moon map; here's this calm lunar feature
    $200 21
"Tabitha"
    $200 16
The magazine published by this organization for those 50 & over has the world's largest circulation
    $200 26
"I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your president"
    $200 6
With more than 70 million living with American households, this is the most common house pet in the U.S.
    $200 1
Proverbially, sometimes you can't see it for the trees
    $400 12
A 1957 Europe map had an inset showing countries that were this and non-this
    $400 22
"Rhoda"
    $400 17
From its founding in 1821 & up to 1942, the Saturday Evening Post was sold at this price
    $400 27
"The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a military base"
    $400 7
This type of parrot that bears the name of a South American river can get used to cooler temperatures
    $400 2
Don't worry, these raised bars on the neck of a guitar are here to help make the sounds of different notes
    $600 13
The 1922 Africa map differed from today's: notice French West Africa, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, and this Congo
    $600 23
"Knots Landing"
    DD: $2,000 18
The opening article in this magazine's first issue in 1922 was a condensed version of "How to Keep Young Mentally"
    $600 28
"1976 will not be a year of politics as usual"
    $600 8
One of the oldest domesticated dog breeds is the Saluki, the royal dog of this ancient people
    $600 3
Duende is the mysterious soul force at the heat of this Spanish dance form
    $800 14
For the 200th anniversary of his birth, a 1932 issue had a map of his travels, including, of course, Virginia
    $800 24
"Flo"
    $800 19
It was primarily a fiction magazine until Helen Gurley Brown became editor in 1965
    $800 29
"What we need in the United States is not hatred, what we need in the United States is not violence..."
    $800 9
William Howard Taft was the last prez to have one of these grazing at the White House; her name was Pauline Wayne
    $800 4
One of the principal offensive players on a soccer or hockey team
    $1000 15
A map of the Pacific Ocean goes from the Bering Sea down to this one off Australia
    $1000 25
"Good Times"
    $1000 20
In 1922 sportswriter Nat Fleischer founded this magazine that's still making the "rounds" today
    $1000 30
"Traitors are not gentlemen, my good friends. They don't understand being treated like gentlemen"
    $1000 10
Often advertised in comic books, "sea" these are actually brine shrimp in suspended animation
    $1000 5
To apply nitrogen to the soil to aid plant growth

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

Paul Lucia Kyle
$4,800 $0 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Lucia Kyle
$6,200 $2,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

18TH CENTURY AMERICA
_____ AND _____ MOVIES
(Alex: You know what that's all about.)
CONSTELLATIONS
GOVERNORS
ROMAN ART
ADD A LETTER
    $400 6
For most of the 1700s, this city was the cultural center of Virginia as well as the political one
    $400 1
Gene Hackman earned his first Oscar nomination for playing Buck Barrow in this 1967 film
    $400 11
Libra was once described as "the claws", as it was said to represent the claws of this constellation
    $400 20
In 2004 he called his democratic legislators "girlie-men", an insult from the "Hans & Franz" "SNL" skit
    $400 21
Found at Rome's Palazzo Conservatori, these two Rome founders are seen here
    $800 7
Born in 1752, she was trained as an upholsterer & could make & repair curtains, bedcovers, rugs & even umbrellas
    $800 2
Some in the Jane Austen Society complained that Hugh Grant was too good-looking to play Edward in this 1995 film
    $800 12
Ptolemy listed a constellation named for this, Jason's ship; it's been replaced by Carina, Puppis, Pyxis & Vela
    $800 19
These 2 cousins both served as governor of New York & president of the U.S.
    $800 22
Carved in Rome, the "Pieta" is the only work signed by this sculptor
    $1200 8
In April 1777 Congress made this pamphleteer Secretary to the Committee on Foreign Affairs
    $1200 3
Leslie Howard was in his 40s & Norma Shearer in her 30s when they played this Shakespearean pair in 1936
    $1200 13
The bright star Betelgeuse marks one of the "shoulders" of this constellation
    $1200 18
A 4-time governor of Alabama first elected in 1962, he worked his way through law school by boxing professionally
    $1200 25
In Rome's Cherasi Chapel is Caravaggio's conversion of a painting of this saint
    $1600 9
Samuel Slater settled in R.I. & built America's first successful cotton-spinning machines driven by this power
    $1600 4
The czar-studded cast of this 1971 epic includes Tom Baker (of "Doctor Who" fame) as Rasputin
    $1600 14
In the late 16th Century, this Flemish cartographer "projected" the constellations onto star globes
    $1600 17
As New Jersey governor, this woman seen here appointed the state's first African-American Supreme Court Justice
    $1600 26
A fresco by Raphael shows Pope Leo I pleading with this ruthless barbarian to spare Rome
    $1600 27
Drop a letter into "acid" & it becomes this, meaning bitterly pungent
    DD: $500 10
From May to Mov. of 1763, Chief Pontiac tried to drive the British from this city, now the biggest in its state
    $2000 5
(Hi, I'm Sean Hayes.) I was far from kittenish when I played the voice of Mr. Tinkles in this 2001 film that pitted felines against canines
    DD: $4,000 15
In the 1680s Johannes Hevelius added 7 new constellations, including Vulpecula, the "little" this
    $2000 16
In 1996 this state's governor Evan Bayh delivered the keynote address at the Democratic Convention
    $2000 23
Legend has it that Marc Antony's wife stabbed this orator's tongue after his death
    $2000 24
Addng a letter to "terrain" turns a tract of land into this turtle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Lucia Kyle
$6,600 $6,000 $10,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

POETS
One of her poems says, "I was ten when they buried you. At twenty I tried to die and get back, back, back to you"

Final scores:

Paul Lucia Kyle
$599 $12,000 $14,100
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Lucia Kyle
$9,200 $6,000 $10,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
14 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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