Show #5415 - Friday, March 7, 2008

Contestants

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Jeff Harmon, a public defender from Dunlap, Tennessee

Sara Morrison, a graduate student from New York, New York

Jake Marini, a university administrator and event planner from Ardmore, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

MARCH!
COUNTRY TIME
TUNES ON TOONS
HISTORIC CONSTRUCTIONS
BRAZILIAN FOOD
STARTS & ENDS WITH "L"
    $200 21
On March 5, 1770 British troops serving in the American colonies were involved in this infamous incident
    $200 26
In 2007, the 100th anniversary of the founding of boy scouting was celebrated in this country where it began
    $200 11
Paul Frees provided the voices of John & George for this group's Saturday morning animated series
    $200 5
The tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1931, it's currently the second tallest in the U.S.
    $200 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew serves up a clue from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.) A dessert of cheese & guava jam is named for this romantic Shakespeare pair, who were also very different, but went together well
    $200 1
Faithful,
true blue
    $400 22
In the comics on March 11, 1960 it was revealed that this round-headed boy's father was a barber
    $400 27
The world's longest oil pipeline runs 2,500 miles from Samara in this country to Mozyr in Belarus
    $400 12
Diana Ross had a cameo in the first episode of the cartoon adventures of this Motown sibling group
    $400 6
This waterway was first excavated around the 1800s B.C.; excavation began on the present version April 25, 1859
    $400 17
Considered a national dish, feijoada comes from the Portuguese word for this legume
    $400 2
Fatal,
deadly
    $600 23
Born March 25, 1934 in Toledo, this magazine founder also helped organize the Nat. Women's Political Caucus
    $600 28
Stanley Kowalski might yell out for a Stella Artois beer from this country
    $600 13
Mormons might not have watched, but this group with little brother Jimmy had its Sat. shows rerun on Sundays
    DD: $1,000 7
After Charles Bulfinch became its architect in 1818, he added the Rotunda & the West Central Portico
    $600 18
( Jimmy of the Clue Crew reels in a clue from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.) Culinary explorers know the name of this fish of South American rivers is Spanish for "golden"
    $600 3
Permitted by law,
licit
(5 letters)
    $800 24
In the month of March 1945 alone, Leroy Grumman's corporation built a total of 664 of all types of these
    $800 29
Daegu Polytechnic College & the Catholic University of Pusan are 2 colleges in this country
    $800 14
Real concert footage of Donnie, Jordan, Jonathan, Joe & Danny was blended into this group's animated show
    $800 8
Completed around 1650, the main building seen here was built to serve as one of these
    $800 19
Everyone snacks on pao de queijo, a cheese puff made with manioc flour, which is ground from this tropical tuber
    $800 4
Reasonable,
makes perfect sense
    $1000 25
On March 3, 2004 this charismatic North Carolina senator bowed out of the presidential race
    $1000 30
Until the mid-20th century, Indonesia was known as this country's "East Indies"
    $1000 15
In the early '90s, this MC, Stanley Burrell, turned into a superhero when he put on his magic dancin' shoes
    $1000 9
An idea since Napoleon's time, this $15 billion link runs underwater for 23 of its 31 miles
    $1000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew spins up a clue from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.) It's a Latin American name for different types of grilled meat; here in Brazil, it's cooked on a spit
    $1000 10
Of, at or toward the side

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

Jake Sara Jeff
$3,600 $2,400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Sara Jeff
$4,400 $3,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
MAN & SUPERMAN
MAJOR BARBARAS
SAINT JOAN
"AND"ROCLES
THE LION
    $400 1
Shaw wrote that Eliza Doolittle secretly wishes to drag this man off his pedestal & make love to him
    $400 14
He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 1988 but never played; in 1993 he began playing Superman on "Lois & Clark"
    $400 6
In 2003 she published "Reflections: Life After the White House"
    $400 11
Many were offended when Joan dressed as this, as on her first visit to the King
    $400 19
An artificial human
    $400 26
Eleanor of Aquitaine was his mother & Berengaria was his wife
    $800 2
"Heartbreak House", said Shaw, was not just the name of a play; it symbolized leisured Europe before this war
    $800 15
A 2003 episode of "Smallville" had this man, a future editor, portrayed as a washed-up alcoholic tabloid reporter
    DD: $2,000 7
Her bio says she has "arguably interviewed more statesmen and stars than any other journalist in history"
    $800 12
Joan of Arc became the "Maid of" this city after she & a small force freed it from the English in 1429
    $800 20
Mountain principality between France & Spain
    $800 27
Aslan is the Christlike lion in the "Chronicles" of this fabled place
    $1200 3
Act II of "Major Barbara" opens at one of this "Army's" shelters, on a cold January morning
    $1200 16
This man, Mike Hammer's creator, put food on the table in the 1940s by writing Superman stories
    $1200 8
In 1993 she replaced long-serving Alan Cranston as U.S. Senator from California
    $1200 13
Original records still survive of Joan's trial for this--opposition to Church authority
    $1200 21
He succeeded Brezhnev in 1982
    $1200 28
This name for Terois Volitans tells you it's the "king" of reef-dwelling beasts
    $1600 4
At the end of "Caesar and Cleopatra", Caesar promises to send Cleo a beautiful present: this man
    $1600 17
This man, Superman's enemy, first appeared in 1940 with a full head of red hair; soon he was drawn as bald
    $1600 9
This "queen of romance novels" was the step-grandmother of Princess Diana
    DD: $2,000 24
Joan was burned at the stake on May 30, 1431 in this city's Old Market Square
    $1600 22
You can see this galaxy from Earth without a telescope
    $1600 29
She was the lioness who was "born free" in a Joy Adamson nonfiction bestseller
    $2000 5
Shakespeare is a character in Shaw's charming one-act "The Dark Lady of" these
    $2000 18
The mysterious death of this man who played TV's Superman in the 1950s inspired the film "Hollywoodland"
    $2000 10
This woman of 3 names wrote "A Woman of Substance"
    $2000 25
Joan was denied a Christian burial, & her ashes were thrown into this river
    $2000 23
Playwright Maxwell or singer Marian
    $2000 30
Hercules had to labor to kill this feline by strangulation, as no weapon could pierce its skin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Sara Jeff
$15,600 $12,200 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
According to its earliest ads, .56% of this product was made up of carbonates, mineral matter & uncombined alkali

Final scores:

Jake Sara Jeff
$4,799 $15,200 $25,500
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jake Sara Jeff
$14,400 $14,200 $12,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $41,400

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