Show #5512 - Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Mark Wales game 3.

Contestants

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Josh Fruhlinger, an editor from Baltimore, Maryland

Joanne Infantino, a Spanish teacher from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Mark Wales, a substitute teacher from Amherst, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $55,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

EDGAR ALLAN POE-POURRI
HOP ON POP CULTURE
RINGING THE OPENING BELL AT THE NYSE
NEBRASKA, NEW YORK OR NORTH DAKOTA
MOTHER GOOSE
DEPARTMENT "S"
    $200 27
A man's harrowing escape from torture during the Spanish Inquisition is recounted in this Poe favorite
    $200 1
Meadow's dad had her boyfriend Jackie whacked on this show; A.J. had a pretty rough time, too
    $200 16
Oct. 4, 2006
STOP
This company's president & CEO Christina Gold rings opening bell
STOP
    $200 6
The least populous
    $200 11
Some speculate that this "merry old soul" of nursery rhyme fame was based on a real king of 3rd century Britain
    $200 21
These elected officials in the U.S. government take their name from the Latin for "old man"
    $400 26
This lung disease claimed the life of Poe's 24-year-old wife
    $400 2
Sydney's dad, Jack, was a CIA double agent working against SD-6 on this Jennifer Garner show
    $400 17
On Oct. 11, 2007 this chairman of the Virgin Group rang us up, but he didn't parachute in while on fire or anything
    $400 7
Its name does not have a Native American origin
    $400 12
This shepherdess found her sheep's tails all hung on a tree to dry, so she tried to "tack to each sheep its tail, oh"
    $400 22
Winter Olympic events using these first appeared at the 1998 Nagano games
    DD: $1,800 28
In the world's first detective story, C. Auguste Dupin solves the title crimes in "The Murders" here
    $600 3
(Jason Alexander of Seinfeld reads the clue.) When this "boss" of mine mistakenly told my dad I was dead, Dad responded, "What the hell did you trade Jay Buhner for?"
    $600 18
& then I saw him /
Right there & like that /
On Leap Day 2000 /
'Twas...
    $600 8
The Oregon Trail crossed it
    $600 13
Some say these 2 were actually Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette, who were beheaded (or broke their crowns) in 1793
    $600 23
Specifically, to give a shopper less money back than he is entitled to
    $800 29
Spoiler alert! "The Cask of" this potent potable tells of a man sealing his enemy up behind a wall... alive!
    $800 4
Mark Hamill played the oldest of Dick Van Patten's octet of kids in the pilot but not the series of this show
    $800 19
Sept. 24, 2007 found this Bush cabinet member away from her piano & playing the bell
    $800 9
The largest in area
    $800 14
It's the type of nail referred to in the nursery rhyme "All for Want of a Nail"
    $800 24
Term for an early 20th century female agitator for women's voting rights
    $1000 30
This French "Flowers of Evil" author translated Poe's tales into French
    $1000 5
Howard Cunningham actually had 3 kids on this show, but Chuck was never seen after Season 2
    $1000 20
Oh, come on! On Feb. 28, 2008 this TV "Kitchen Nightmares" man added a touch of bell to his resume
    $1000 10
Its cities include Minot, Jamestown & Grand Forks
    $1000 15
After singing for his supper, he ate "white bread and butter"
    $1000 25
Eternally doomed rock roller of Greek mythology

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

Mark Joanne Josh
$5,800 $600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Joanne Josh
$8,600 $3,200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATE FISH
MOVIES BY ROLES
I'M HUNGRY!
"V" HAVE MAPS
WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
SLEEP
(Cheryl: What goes on in the dead of night. From the Sleep Center at the Stanford Hospital & Clinics.)
    $400 20
This state's official saltwater fish, the tarpon, can be found in the Gulf of Mexico & in the Mobile Estuary
    $400 4
1989:
Heather McNamara,
Heather Chandler,
Heather Duke
    $400 1
I bought a special log to grow the shiitake type of these; let's grill some right now
    $400 9
Prussian Baron Friedrich von Steuben arrived at this location in the winter of 1778 to train American troops
    $400 15
To "go" this, meaning all the way, comes from an 18th c. poem about inability to decide which part of the pig to eat
    $400 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew monitors a sleep study at the Sleep Research Center at Stanford University.) Doctors for this center linked dreaming with this phase of sleep that includes higher heart & respiration rates
    $800 27
A subspecies of cutthroat trout, the Bonneville cutthroat is native to this state & is its state fish
    $800 5
1942:
Ugarte,
Sascha,
Major Strasser
    $800 2
Yummy! Bubbie made some of these potato pancakes, & it isn't even Hanukkah
    $800 10
In 1814 the congress of this city met to redraw Europe
    $800 16
Jacobins in the French Revolution proudly called themselves these, now describing people who use fear to persuade
    $800 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a CPAP device at the Sleep Research Center at Stanford University.) Stanford is running a trial of the CPAP device, which provides continuous positive airway pressure to help this chronic condition where breathing is interrupted
    $1200 28
The reef triggerfish, this state's state fish, can be found as far south as Australia
    $1200 6
1982:
Mr. Hand,
Stacy Hamilton,
Jeff Spicoli
    $1200 3
Let's make Craig Claiborne's recipe for an upside-down type of this fruit pie; it's a lot like tarte tatin
    $1200 11
As a 19th century emperor of this country, Minh Mang executed several French Catholic missionaries
    $1200 17
Coined in the '70s, the term "Ebonics" comes from these 2 words
    $1200 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew bothers a sleeper with her clue at the Sleep Research Center at Stanford University.) Doctors are studying not only insomnia, but parasomnia, which includes night terrors & this condition, from the Latin for "sleep" & "walk"
    $1600 29
Maryland's state fish, the rockfish, is also known as the striped species of this
    DD: $2,000 7
1998:
Richard Burbage,
Queen Elizabeth,
Viola de Lesseps
    $1600 21
I can't pass up the mousse d'ecrevisse, made with these freshwater crustaceans
    $1600 12
The African country of Burkina Faso was once known as "Upper" this
    $1600 18
Politically, this word for a region reflecting a large trend comes from a lead sheep with a ringer around its neck
    DD: $3,000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew looks over some sleep data at the Sleep Research Center at Stanford University.) The Sleep Center at Stanford Hospital & Clinics discovered the gene for this disorder involving sudden sleep, from the Greek for "numb"
    $2000 30
Florida's state saltwater fish is this game fish known for its raised dorsal fin & spear-like nose
    $2000 8
1994:
Jenny Curran,
Lt. Dan,
"Bubba" Blue
    $2000 22
Let's go Penn. Dutch & have this dish, bits of pork mixed with cornmeal mush, then shaped into loaves & fried
    $2000 13
In 1323 Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas made this city his capital
    $2000 19
The name of this South American snake comes from an Asian word, as it may have been mistaken for an Asian python
    $2000 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points to a brain on a computer screen at the Sleep Research Center at Stanford University.) This part of the brain that connects to the spinal cord is vital for dreaming, as it produces chemicals that keep other parts of the brain active

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Joanne Josh
$25,200 $9,200 $12,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
Born in Kiev & later a U.S. citizen, this leader became prime minister in 1969 of a country founded in the 20th century

Final scores:

Mark Joanne Josh
$26,400 $5,200 $1
3-day champion: $81,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Joanne Josh
$22,200 $9,200 $12,800
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
1 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $44,200

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