Show #5565 - Friday, November 14, 2008

2008-B Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Shelby Malone, a senior from Grayson, Kentucky

Ben Chuchla, a senior from Calabasas, California

Charlie Carbery, a senior from Oak Park, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

IT'S LIKE, SHAKESPEARE, YOU KNOW?
TV OR NOT TV
ANAGRAMMED PRESIDENTIAL LAST NAMES
THE MYSTERIOUS WORLD OF THE KITCHEN
POTTY MOUTH!
URBAN DICTIONARY LINGO
(Alex: Clues from the website urbandictionary.com.)
    $200 16
This guy totally forgets about his crush on Rosaline--Juliet's got him whipped
    $200 6
Nicholas Hammond played this superhero in a 1978 TV series; you may be more familiar with Tobey Maguire's film one
    $200 1
LINT CON
    $200 21
No, they're not weapons, except to the bird undergoing this process
    $200 26
You can fly by this of your pants, or earn this in Congress
    $200 11
"Christmas Adam" is the day before this
    $400 17
He is way harsh with Ophelia when he goes, "Get thee to a nunnery"
    $400 7
On TV, this title trio was played by Kate, Jaclyn & Farrah; on film, it was Cameron, Lucy & Drew
    $400 2
EAR NAG
    $400 22
That strange rotating object is a spinner to dry this leafy dish
    $400 27
There's a 120-mm gun on this armored warfare vehicle
    $400 12
Wikidemia is any scholarly work that's passed off as original but in reality is culled from this site
    $600 18
OMG! This king is so kidding with his rejection of Cordelia, who--hello--totally loves him
    $600 8
On 60s TV, Cesar Romero cackled as this criminal; in 2008, Heath Ledger gave a startling film performance
    $600 3
SAW NOTHING
    $600 23
Transtropospheric communicator? Nope--thermometer for hot fat used in the process of deep this
    $600 28
An estuary is where the salt & fresh types of this are mixed
    $600 13
We're not joshing when we tell you that "JK" stands for this
    $800 19
What a drag! She has to dress as a lawyer & be all like, "Whatever!" to save Antonio from Shylock
    $800 9
David Janssen was Dr. Richard Kimble on '60s TV; Harrison Ford made this '93 film, then Tim Daly did a 2nd TV version
    $800 4
ARM NUT
    $800 24
I know this 6-letter item makes a great pointer, but I have it out to cook & serve my satays on
    $800 29
A sudden rise of emotion, as in one "of anger"; in cards, it can be royal
    $800 14
A vacation spent at home is this, rhyming with "vacation"
    $1000 20
In "The Taming of the Shrew", Kate's all like, "It is not moonlight now" & he goes, "I say it is the moon that shines so bright"
    $1000 10
Kurt Russell hit this sci-fi travel device in '94; Richard Dean Anderson was good as Goa'uld in TV's "SG-1"
    DD: $1,000 5
WIENER SHOE
    $1000 25
Nothing's geting irradiated; it's simply this dish for keeping cooked food warm over a flame
    $1000 30
Poet Keats or jurist Marshall
    $1000 15
urbandictionary says that this 3-letter word can mean a boyfriend or girlfriend or be a "word used to scare people"

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

Charlie Ben Shelby
$2,400 $1,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Ben Shelby
$1,800 $4,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

A VOYAGE THROUGH EUROPE
POSE-POURRI
TEENS IN HISTORY
AQUATIC MAMMALS
LIKE HANNAH
(Alex: ...each correct response will be a palindromic word--same going and coming back.)
MONTANA
    $400 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Denmark.) I'm in Denmark at a museum named for these Norse seafarers; this is the world's largest reconstruction of one of their ships
    $400 26
Famke, Halle & Rebecca mutated from the runway to the big screen in this movie series
    $400 17
"America has been my favorite country since the age of 13 when I first saw it", said this naval hero of the Revolution
    $400 12
This largest of the toothed whales is also the most numerous
    $400 2
A document showing the legal right to own a piece of property
    $400 7
The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede is Montana's oldest of these events where cowboys strut their stuff
    $800 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from The Hague in the Netherlands.) The Peace Palace in The Hague was funded by this U.S. steel magnate in the hopes that all nations could meet here to talk & prevent war
    $800 27
Now a TV host, she was the first African-American model on the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue
    $800 18
In his teens, he became a teacher; too bad about that career change to "Fascist leader of Italy"
    $800 13
This pinniped uses its tusks to dig mollusks from the ocean floor
    $800 3
Mother Teresa was one
    DD: $1,500 8
One of the 3 Canadian provinces that border Montana
    $1200 23
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from France at Mont-Saint-Michel.) The distinctive silhouette of France's Mont-Saint-Michel was an inspiration for the design of Minas Tirith in this blockbuster 2003 film
    $1200 28
Tyson isn't fowl: a co-host of "Make Me A Supermodel", he's been one of People's 50 Most Beautiful People
    $1200 19
He was a top student, & not yet a revolutionary, when his brother was executed for trying to kill the Czar in 1887
    $1200 14
Seen here, the sea type of this has the thickest fur of any animal, with more than one million hairs per square inch
    $1200 4
On film Emile Hirsch drove the Mach 5, which was this
    $1200 9
There are about 25 of these in the Montana national park named for them
    $1600 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew somehow delivers the clue from both the Museo de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain and Santiago de Compostela in Spain.) Pamplona's 16th century Our Lady of Misery was a way station on a set route for these religious travelers as they trekked hundreds of miles from France to their final destination--Santiago de Compostela
    $1600 29
You'll find her & her mole on infomercials for her line called Meaningful Beauty
    $1600 20
King James VI of Scotland was kidnapped at age 15 while his mom, this queen, was a prisoner
    $1600 15
Tursiops truncatus, the scientific name of this beaked dolphin, means "dolphin with a cut-off face"
    $1600 5
An opinion or principle held by a person or group
    $1600 10
The Montana Grizzlies are in this athletic conference, also a nickname for the state
    $2000 25
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Lisbon, Portugal.) Though it was once called Olissipo & is historically a city of seafarers, it's only a legend that Lisbon was founded by this Homeric wanderer
    $2000 30
This waif fashioned her personal life around dating rockers like Pete Doherty & Jamie Hince
    $2000 21
As a teen Walter Raleigh served with the armies of these French Protestants
    DD: $3,000 16
Its population has grown the past few years, but this state marine mammal of Florida is still endangered
    $2000 6
The name of this Honda model comes from the Latin for "citizen"
    $2000 11
This largest city is named for a president of the Northern Pacific Railroad

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Ben Shelby
$5,800 $13,600 $15,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

HIGHER EDUCATION
The 1st public one of these schools began in Illinois in 1901 for students who wanted to pursue higher education in their home area

Final scores:

Charlie Ben Shelby
$0 $9,100 $19,599
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Charlie Ben Shelby
$6,800 $13,600 $13,400
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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