Show #5423 - Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Contestants

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Jeff Sadler, a beer merchandiser from Springfield, Missouri

Alison York, a project manager from Fairbanks, Alaska

Kristina Caffrey, a college student from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 2-day cash winnings total $44,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
HORROR MOVIE SERIES BY CHARACTER
(Alex: You have to name the movie series in which the character originated.)
BRITISH SUCCESSION
FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD
THE WORLD ALMANAC'S WIDELY KNOWN AMERICANS
ON "ICE"
    $200 21
This man shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
    $200 11
Michael Myers
    $200 1
He was the only surviving son of Henry VII, so he became king in 1509
    $200 6
In 1962 Andy Warhol gained fame by painting cans of this food brand
    $200 26
This San Francisco-born woman is listed as "Former White House intern"
    $200 16
Join together parts of a rope or pieces of film
    $400 22
He felt honored & humbled that the Nobel committee gave the prize to "a simple monk from Tibet"
    $400 12
Freddy Krueger
    $400 2
When his reign began in 1307, he was the eldest surviving son of Edward I
    $400 7
Of the Atlantic, Pacific or the Arctic, the ocean that Blue Point oysters come from
    $400 27
The almanac notes of her:
"b 3/15/33
(Brooklyn, NY)
Sup. Ct. Justice"
    $400 17
Unfortunately, these insects, Pediculus humanus capitis, go straight to your head
    $600 23
The Nobel committee felt solidarity in awarding the 1983 Peace Prize to this union leader
    $600 13
Jason Voorhees
    $600 3
The eldest son of Henry IV became king in 1413
    $600 8
In the 2004 presidential campaign, this candidate's wife promoted eating rabbit; with ketchup?
    $600 28
The naked truth about him:
"b 4/9/26
(Chicago)
Publisher"
    $600 18
In slang, they're referred to as "bones"
    $800 24
F.W. De Klerk & this man went halfsies on the 1993 Peace Prize for the peaceful termination of apartheid
    $800 14
Leatherface
    $800 4
This third son of William I inherited the throne from his father in 1087
    $800 9
She wrote the ever-popular "Boston Cooking School Cook Book" in 1896
    $800 29
This New Haven-born casino developer is nearly at the end of the list
    $800 19
It's what "The Postman Always" does in the title of a 1934 novel
    $1000 25
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew gives the clue from inside the Jimmy Carter Library in Atlanta, Georgia.)
Jimmy Carter's library has his 2002 Nobel Peace Prize; he can also share the credit for the Peace Prize won in 1978 by these two men
    $1000 15
Pinhead
    $1000 5
He succeeded his elder brother George IV in 1830
    $1000 10
Italian for "cooked", it's a pork & beef salami that contains whole peppercorns
    DD: $1,000 30
In order, you'll find Bob Costas, Ann Coulter, Katie Couric & this former TV anchor
    $1000 20
This woman who once canoodled with Gary Hart has since become a leading Internet safety expert & advocate

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

Kristina Alison Jeff
-$200 $600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristina Alison Jeff
$2,800 $200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SIMON BOLIVAR
H2O MUSIC
LITERATURE
A BUNCH OF HOODS
THE "L" WORLD
VOCABULARY
    $400 11
Simon wasn't born in Bolivia, he was born in this city, now the capital of Venezuela
    $400 6
On the charts in the '60s, this followed Buffalo & Dusty
    $400 1
At the end of this novel, Reverend Dimmesdale reveals publicly that he is the father of Hester Prynne's daughter
    $400 16
Maid Marian's main man
    $400 21
Founded as a haven for freed American slaves, it became an independent country in 1847
    $800 12
With no help from the U.S., Simon turned for aid to this Caribbean nation that threw out the French in 1804
    $800 7
With 1998's "Hard to Swallow" this white guy from Miami tried to recapture his gangster rap success
    $800 2
This character's first literary appearance was in the tragic drama "The Seducer of Seville"
    $800 17
Darla Hood was a member of this Hal Roach troupe
    $800 22
Home to the Sami & covering parts of 4 countries, it's in the far north of Europe
    $1200 13
Simon found it a Gran night for singing when he created this republic in 1819, but the good times didn't last
    $1200 8
One group found this bluesman's "Rollin' Stone" tune of 1950 inspiration enough for a band name
    $1200 3
He wrote the "2001", "2010", "2061" & "3001" Odyssey books
    DD: $1,200 18
A 1901 film tells the story of Le Petit Chaperon Rouge, better known as this
    DD: $1,600 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew indicates a shaded region of Canada on the monitor.) This large peninsula that covers about 600,000 square miles extends farther east than any other point on the North American mainland
    $1200 28
Following "tom" or on its own, it mean plain old silliness
    $1600 14
On the comeback trail in 1817, Simon & his forces occupied the basin of this huge Venezuelan river
    $1600 9
Katrina Leskanich fronted this '80s band
    $1600 4
This Nevil Shute novel depicts the coming annihilation of the human race after a nuclear war
    $1600 19
Fighting under Admiral Samuel Hood in Corsica, he was wounded in the right eye, losing his sight in it
    $1600 24
The city of Dublin, Ireland lies at the mouth of this river
    $1600 27
From the Greek for "small" & "life" comes this 7-letter word for a germ or a disease-causing bacterium
    $2000 15
The judicial capital of Bolivia is named for this man who helped Simon liberate Ecuador--sweet
    $2000 10
Carl Palmer & Cozy Powell have been the third man in a group with these 2
    $2000 5
The 2-word title of this 1985 Bobbie Ann Mason novel refers to the time a soldier spent in Vietnam
    $2000 20
Leroy Hood invented the first automated sequencer to figure out the pattern of its nucleotide bases
    $2000 25
The cookies seen here derive their name from this Austrian city
    $2000 26
A person who eats only milk & plant products may be described by this 15-letter word

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristina Alison Jeff
$6,400 $7,000 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BEATLES TUNES
It's the Beatles' only U.S. No. 1 hit single whose title is the name of an actual place

Final scores:

Kristina Alison Jeff
$12,800 $16 $4,100
3-day champion: $57,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristina Alison Jeff
$6,400 $6,600 $9,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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