Show #5459 - Thursday, May 8, 2008

2008 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.
From the Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Contestants

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Katie Winter, a senior from Tufts University

Suchita Shah, a senior from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Danny Devries, a junior from the University of Michigan

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Jeopardy! Round

MADISON MEN
MUSICAL STYLES
FISHIN' IMPOSSIBLE
BY, THE BOOK
SHEER LUNAR SEA!
RHYME TIME
    $200 7
After the death of this friend of his, Madison succeeded him as the rector of the University of Virginia
    $200 19
"Western" used to be a part of this musical style's name
"I've been running from the law /
Living in flashing lights /
I've been..."
    $200 16
In 2006 we learned that Antarctic fish have proteins that keep their blood from doing this
    $200 2
He wrote "Redburn", "Omoo" & a seafaring novel of some repute
    $200 23
The "Sea of" these, whether altostratus or cirrocumulus
    $200 1
A fat & sagging striped house cat
    $400 8
Ben Franklin & James Madison were 2 of the 39 men who signed this document; Madison was its last living signer
    $400 21
Encyclopedia Britannica calls it a "cultural movement" as well as "backing music"
sample
    $400 17
AKA barbels, these on a South American catfish can reach 4 feet in length & are covered with taste buds
    $400 4
False advertising alert! In 1933 she penned "The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas"
    $400 25
The "Bay of" this, early morning precipitation
    $400 3
What's that putrid odor coming from Paris & Nice?
    $600 13
John Jay, Madison & Hamilton wrote these "papers", which stressed the need for a strong central government
    $600 22
In the mid-1950s, this style got its name, combining a type of music & a rural fellow
"Riding down Sunset /
Santa Monica, too /
Over to the Valley /
To pick up Peggy Sue"
    $600 18
The largest fish, the whale shark, won't eat you; he likes algae & protozoa known by this collective term
    $600 5
In addition to "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", he penned "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency"
    $600 26
The "Marsh of" this, when REM activity can occur
    $600 10
A minuscule spirit in a magic lamp
    DD: $1,200 14
He was Secretary of State for part of Madison's first term & stayed in the post for the second term
    $800 29
A Jamaican musical genre is part of the name of this Latin style
"We got you jammin', /
Eh /
Oh, oh /
Mamacita say /
Oh, oh /
Me amigos say /
Oh, oh"
    $800 20
The 4-winged version of this alliterative swimmer has been known to "glide" up to 200 meters
    $800 6
The second part of his "The Sound and the Fury" is told by a neurotic on the day of his suicide
    $800 27
The "Sea of" this sweet plant secretion that attracts insects & birds
    $800 11
A nearer food merchant
    $1000 15
President Madison promoted him to captain in honor of his victory in the Battle of Lake Erie
    $1000 30
The name of this style of music may come from an alteration of the French word for "beans"
"Shot below /
Dig a hole"
    $1000 24
As the quinnat, a type of this, goes upstream, it changes color, stops eating & lives off its fat
    $1000 9
The first book by this "Chocolate Factory" guy was "The Gremlins" in 1943, written for Walt Disney
    $1000 28
The "Ocean of" these; perhaps a blizzard or 2?
    $1000 12
Fine powdery remains from a piece of oxidized metal

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

Danny Suchita Katie
$2,000 $4,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Danny Suchita Katie
$2,200 $7,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINE
THE BRAT FEST
LET'S VISIT THE MIDEAST
PRODUCT PLACEMENT
WOMEN IN HISTORY
GET YOUR "B.A."
    $400 5
Rene Laennec invented this to save a young woman from the shock of a man listening directly to her chest
    $400 13
After her release from jail in 2007, she promised to stop partying but then had her 27th birthday in Vegas wearing lingerie
    $400 2
The hotel Le Meridien Haifa By The Sea overlooks this sea
    $400 15
This disc is a registered trademark of Wham-O
    $400 1
Before she was First Lady, this woman from New England was the wife of the first U.S. vice president
    $400 8
If you win the tournament, yours will have $100,000 more in it
    $800 6
In this type of illness, the physical ailment (such as peptic ulcers) is real, but the cause is believed mental
    $800 18
Sister Ali will have to undress the part if she wants to compete with this older sister of "Mean Girls" fame
    $800 3
This 830,000-square-mile kingdom is not a lifeless desert but teems with quince trees & wild gerbils
    $800 16
Kraft's "cheese food", melting since 1928
    $800 14
She was the only surviving child of Henry VIII's first wife
    $800 25
Monsieur, here is your poulet saute petit-duc, & as we do in France, let me wish you this
    DD: $1,200 7
The "mellitus" in the full name of this disease comes from the Latin for "honey-sweet"
    $1200 19
This Heisman-winning Cardinals QB was sacked in the off-season by photos of his hot tub party
    $1200 4
The dude in white is one of these nomads, from a word for "desert-dweller"
    $1200 17
Tussis is Latin for "cough", hence the name of this Wyeth product
    $1200 22
After Julia Ward Howe heard Union soldiers singing "John Brown's Body", she wrote this song to the same tune
    $1200 26
It's the specialty of Kat Von D's seen here
    $1600 11
In 1906 a German doctor first presented his findings about this memory-loss disease that's now named for him
    $1600 20
This blonde "American Pie" actress was number one...on In Touch magazine's top party animals list
    $1600 9
Iran has called itself this type of republic since an April 1, 1979 declaration by Ayatollah Khomeini
    $1600 27
This alphanumeric lubricant is "the can with a thousand uses"
    $1600 23
St. Thomas' Hospital, where she founded a training school for nurses in 1860, is now home to her museum
    DD: $3,600 30
The introduction of ironworking around 1100 B.C. brought it to an end
    $2000 12
The original Hippocratic oath mentioned Asclepius & this son of Zeus who was called "the physician"
    $2000 21
In 2007 this ex-Mr. Pamela Anderson got in one fight with Tommy Lee & another one at a Waffle House
    $2000 10
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew indicates a map of the Middle East on the monitor.) In 1958 the spell of President Nasser's Pan-Arab Movement persuaded this country to join Egypt in the United Arab Republic
    $2000 28
Your room could use this "windy" product--"It's a breath of fresh air"
    $2000 24
In the late 1940s she founded a female branch of her husband's political party in Argentina
    $2000 29
In John 3, Jesus said, "Except a man be" this, "he cannot see the Kingdom of God"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Danny Suchita Katie
$12,600 $12,200 $6,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AUSTRIANS
The home on Vienna's Domgasse where he lived in the 1780s was reopened amid fanfare in January 2006

Final scores:

Danny Suchita Katie
$25,011 $14,208 $9,800
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Danny Suchita Katie
$10,600 $11,800 $8,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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