Show #5344 - Thursday, November 29, 2007

Lisa Klink game 4.

Contestants

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Adam Swensek, an attorney from New Orleans, Louisiana

Angela Janis, a resident physician from Madison, Wisconsin

Lisa Klink, a TV writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

ASIAN HISTORY
GRAMMY'S RECORD OF THE YEAR
DA PLANE! DA PLANE!
PULP NURSERY RHYME
"CON" GAME
STUPID ANSWERS
    $200 26
In the 13th century, this grandson of Genghis Khan annexed China & became known as Shih Tsu of the Yuan Dynasty
    $200 15
1966: "Strangers in the Night"
    $200 11
The first commercial plane flights out of the U.S. were in 1920 between Key West & this nearby country
    $200 21
This title dame was eatin' curds & whey when the spider came in; she ran into my arms, but I knew she was trouble
    $200 6
Fertilization leading to pregnancy
    $200 1
Geneva is the capital of this Swiss canton
    $400 27
In December 1946 he attacked the French at Tonkin, beginning a war that ended 8 years later
    $400 17
1978: "Just The Way You Are"
    $400 12
Of 14, 18 or 24 hours, the scheduled length of the world's longest nonstop flight, from Singapore to NYC
    $400 22
Some of it was hot; some, cold. I guessed this food had been in the pot for 9 days, like the coffee in my office
    $400 7
Groovy, baby, a pair of these are heard here
    $400 2
It's the name of the donkey voiced by Eddie Murphy in the "Shrek" movies
    $600 28
In 1739 the Peacock Throne, built for Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, was stolen by these people
    $600 18
1992: "Tears in Heaven"
    $600 13
Flying at the then-incredible speed of 575 MPH, the Boeing 707 began commercial flight service in this decade
    $600 23
He'd "called for his pipe" & bowl. I knew his 3 fiddlers'd bolt at the sight of my .44. It was time to make my move
    $600 8
From the Latin for "contact", this adjective is used to describe diseases transmitted from person to person
    $600 3
26 nations united to draw up a Jan. 1, 1942 declaration that led the way for the creation of this in 1945
    DD: $100 29
In 1782, when Chao Phraya Chakri became King Rama I, he moved his capital across the river to this city
    $800 19
1973: "Killing Me Softly With His Song"
    $800 14
A subsidiary of AMR Corporation, this airline is the world's largest, with more than 1,000 planes & 4,000 flights daily
    $800 24
She was desperate. I said for $50 a day, plus expenses, I'd track down her sheep, even if she didn't know where to find 'em
    $800 9
Clear soup made from boiling meat or bones
    $800 4
Robert Urich played Las Vegas P.I. Dan Tanna on this series
    $1000 30
In the 1920s the Kemalists opposed the Sultan in this country & eventually prevailed
    $1000 20
1995: "Kiss From A Rose"
    $1000 16
The first commercial passenger trans-Atlantic service was by Pan Am in 1939 between NYC & this French port
    $1000 25
Not in the meadow or the corn; word on the street had him "under the haystack fast asleep". I always hated musicians
    $1000 10
French term for a doorkeeper, or a helpful person at a hotel
    $1000 5
Young lawyer Mitch McDeere realizes that the mafia controls his law firm in this novel

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

Lisa Angela Adam
$5,800 $400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Angela Adam
$7,800 $1,900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHERE AM I?
FROM PAGE TO SCREEN
SCIENCE FACTION
HARD RHYME TIME
WHAT A SCOOP!
YOU'RE GOING TO WIN A PULITZER!
    $400 1
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands next to an ornate clock in a glass case.) I'm here in the only surviving apartment that Mozart lived in, in this world capital; it's now a museum devoted to him
    $400 11
Oh, Rochester! William Hurt was in the 1996 version of this oft-filmed Bronte classic
    $400 16
ANZAAS is these 2 countries' Association for the Advancement of Science
    $400 21
Threshers' & hammerheads' recreation areas
    $400 26
This treat of ice cream, syrups & other toppings was probably named for a day of the week
    $400 6
Julia Keller won in 2005 for her reporting on a 10-second event: the destruction of Utica, Illinois by this
    $800 2
(Jon of the Clue Crew reads from a European riverbank.) Since 1209, a church has stood on this same spot; today, St. Peter's is a landmark in this middle of the three Baltic states
    $800 12
(Hi, I'm Sean Hayes.) I got one of my first big breaks when I was cast in the film "A & P", based on a story by this "Rabbit, Run" author
    $800 17
This newspaper, the CSM, was established in 1908
    $800 22
A Crayola made from synthetic fabric
    $800 27
These are the cookies in the cookies & cream ice cream at Baskin-Robbins
    $800 7
In 2007 "Counter Intelligence" columnist Jonathan Gold became the first critic of these to win a Pulitzer
    $1200 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew also reads from a European riverbank.) Prazsky Hrad, a castle that shares its name with the city it's in, is the seat of the president of this country
    $1200 13
69 years apart, Lillian Gish & Demi Moore got an "A" for effort for starring in films based on this classic novel
    $1200 18
The "S" in UNESCO is for "scientific"; this is what the "E" is for & remember, it's an adjective, not a noun
    $1200 23
A cordovan bird plume
    $1200 8
This paper won in 1993 for public service for coverage of Hurricane Andrew & its aftermath
    $1600 4
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands on yet another European riverbank.) I'm at the Crane over the Motlawa River, once used to load cargo and put up masts in this Polish ship-building city
    DD: $3,000 14
Marilyn Monroe longed to play Grushenka in the 1958 film of this Dostoyevsky saga, but Maria Schell got the part
    $1600 19
The NAS, or this, consists of about 2,000 U.S. scientists elected for life for their research achievements
    $1600 24
A object that disperses light into a spectrum, creating opposed factions
    $1600 9
The first 2 Pulitzers for writing these, to the N.Y. Tribune & Louisville Courier Journal, didn't name the authors
    $2000 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew stands next to a military helicopter.) I'm at Kadena Air Base on this island, the largest in the Ryukyu Islands
    $2000 15
Fitzgerald didn't finish this novel, so screenwriter Harold Pinter had to come up with an ending for the 1976 film
    $2000 20
It's the first "A" in the IAEA, to which almost 150 nations belong
    $2000 25
A judge who insists on strict correctness
    DD: $1,000 10
Russell Jones won for his reporting about Soviet repression from this capital in 1956

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Angela Adam
$11,800 $1,500 $8,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY BOOKS
"Political power... is merely the organized power of one class for oppressing another" is from this work

Final scores:

Lisa Angela Adam
$5,700 $1,482 $3,100
4-day champion: $53,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Angela Adam
$15,800 $1,600 $8,600
21 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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