Show #5340 - Friday, November 23, 2007

Contestants

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Andy Wyke, a dog walker originally from Sacramento, California

Jenna Wallis, a freelance writer and surtitlist from Houston, Texas

Kate Swenson, a law student from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIOLOGY
OPENING NUMBERS OF MUSICALS
TRANSPO-POURRI
LITERATURE A LA SEUSS
(Alex: You have to identify the original book.)
THE NEW TESTAMENT
WORDS WITHIN WORDS
(Alex: Each correct response will be contained within one of the words in the clue.)
    $200 16
Neurospora crassa is this type of fungus; it grows on bread but in the wild is found on burned vegetation
    $200 1
"Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'"
    $200 17
In 1971 France completed its first of this type of submarine, Le Redoutable
    $200 6
Hester looked at the frock / she looked in dismay / "Do you have it in something/ other than 'A'?"
    $200 11
Jesus grew up in this town in the Southern part of Galilee
    $200 18
If you want to sail west, this part of your boat should be easternmost
    $400 12
Stomata, leaf pores that take in this gas, enlarge when its level in the air drops below normal
    $400 2
"Good Morning Baltimore"
    $400 23
In 2006 this country surpassed the U.S. to become no. 1 in motor vehicle production
    $400 7
George said, "No, Lennie, No! / I won't get you a guppy! / You think I've forgotten / what you did to that puppy?"
    $400 27
In Luke, this angel told Zacharias that his wife Elisabeth would bear a son & "Thou shalt call him John"
    $400 19
That shocking news set off a firestorm of emotions; I need to lie down for this
    $600 13
About 25 species of this arachnid, most in the family buthidae, have venom that'll kill you; 1200 others sting like a bee
    $600 3
"Willkomen"
    $600 26
In 2005 this state had more than twice as many registered automobiles as any other state
    $600 8
I sat there with Winston / We sat there, we 2 / But when busted for thoughtcrime / I knew I was through
    $600 28
The book of John records him as saying, "Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails... I will not believe"
    $600 20
It's time for an intradermal allergy test when this type of person who deals in furs or beads starts sneezing
    $800 14
Linus Pauling found the structure of keratin, the main component of nails & this human body part
    $800 4
"Comedy Tonight"
    $800 24
The pneumatic tire John Dunlop came up with was originally for this mode of transportation
    $800 9
No Brontes, just Dantes / Got sent off to D'if / But with Danglars, that Danglars! / He had a big beef
    $800 29
Jesus was referring to this fisherman when he said, "Upon this rock I will build my church"
    $800 21
Whenever I do crosswords, I find the clue for this is "rapier"
    DD: $1,200 15
To help make sure your brain stays fueled, its cells need less of this hormone for glucose uptake
    $1000 5
"Move (You're Steppin' On My Heart)"
    $1000 25
In 2006 this Alaskan city's airport was second in the U.S. to Memphis in tons of air cargo received
    $1000 10
So on again, o again, from Laputa to Glubbdubdrib / I'm giving up, something something a Flubbdubgrib
    $1000 30
On the road to Damascus, this future epistle writer was asked by Jesus, "Why persecutest thou me?"
    $1000 22
Pass me the flathead screws; I need to tighten this metal-shaping device

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

Kate Jenna Andy
$1,000 $4,200 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Jenna Andy
$3,400 $7,800 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

1960s TV
DANIEL BOONE
COMBAT!
GREEN ACRES
BRANDED
THE "MOD" SQUAD
    $400 6
First aired on September 30, 1963, "Opie the Birdman" has become a classic episode of this sitcom
    $400 21
"Tick-licker" was Daniel Boone's nickname for this indispensable possession
    $400 8
(Kelly displays perilous instruments of destruction.) In the West, the ninja combat weapon known as shuriken are called throwing these
    $400 26
These mountains' highlands, which cover much of Peru, have grassy valleys where llamas graze
    $400 13
C. Harold Smith & Edwin Binney began coloring the world with this brand in 1903
    $400 1
To preside over a public meeting
    $800 7
The never-used lyrics of its theme song were written by Gene Roddenberry
    $800 22
In 1778 Daniel Boone was taken captive & "adopted" by Chief Blackfish of this Indian tribe aka the Shawano
    $800 9
In karate, a hihi is a strike with this body part; nudge, nudge, wink, wink, know that I mean?
    $800 27
The heart of Argentina's agricultural region is these grassy plains covering 300,000 square miles
    $800 17
Elsie the Cow's husband, he's the "spokesbull" for a white glue originally from Borden
    $800 2
From the Latin for "regulate", this 6-letter word means to alter or change
    $1200 14
On "The Addams Family", Ted Cassidy played not only Lurch but this disembodied hand as well
    $1200 23
Cleared under Daniel Boone's direction in 1775, the wilderness road passed through this famous "gap"
    $1200 10
(Jimmy demonstrates a souvenir you can't take on the plane) The folding Filipino fighting knife, called a balisong is also known by this insect name
    $1200 28
This river's wide delta south of Ho Chi Minh City is one of the world's greatest rice-producing regions
    $1200 18
Last name of Roy, who developed a whirlpool bath that included his patented hydromassage system in 1968
    $1200 3
D.H. Lawrence & Ezra Pound are associated with this literary movement
    $1600 15
On August 29, 1967 he finally caught up with the one-armed man
    $1600 24
In his poem "Don Juan", this Englishman wrote 7 stanzas about Daniel Boone & his virile exploits
    $1600 11
Krav Maga is the official self-defense system of this Mideast country's defense forces
    DD: $2,000 30
James Breasted gave this "shapely" name to a luxuriant Middle Eastern region of antiquity
    DD: $4,000 19
A contest gave this butter from the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Association its name
    $1600 4
From the Latin for "measure", it's a small amount of something
    $2000 16
In 1964 Mary Tyler Moore won her first Emmy, as this New Rochelle housewife
    $2000 25
James Fenimore Cooper based this "Last of the Mohicans" character on Daniel Boone
    $2000 12
(Cheryl finishes off the wicket implements of destruction category) A bokken and a shinai are two types of sword used in this Japanese martial art whose names means "way of the sword"
    $2000 29
The Dnepr-Pripyat lowland in this former SSR was once forest & is now largely pasture
    $2000 20
This company was established near Turin, Italy in 1908 to manufacture typewriters
    $2000 5
Wine-producing city of the Northern San Joaquin Valley

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Jenna Andy
$18,200 $15,400 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRO SPORTS TEAM NAMES
It's the only NBA team name that uses a state nickname in place of a city or state

Final scores:

Kate Jenna Andy
$15,401 $5,400 $3,999
2-day champion: $28,001 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kate Jenna Andy
$15,400 $15,200 $2,000
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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