Show #5569 - Thursday, November 20, 2008

2008-B Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Audrey Hosford, a junior from Annapolis, Maryland

Bradley Silverman, a junior from Alpharetta, Georgia

Anurag Kashyap, a senior from Poway, California

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Jeopardy! Round

TIME TO HIT THE BOOKS
CELEBRITY SCENTS
GOOD WORKS
TAKE THE LEAD
ANTARCTICA
HEY "U"!
    $200 6
This author presented "A Box of Unfortunate Events: The Situation Worsens"
    $200 11
We'll always have this hotel heiress & her flighty, flirty Just Me perfume
    $200 22
Thanks to some 4 million donors, this "American" group is the USA's largest supplier of blood & blood products
    $200 13
Though Fidel remained head of the Communist party, his brother Raul took over as head of this country
    $200 12
Found on Ross Island, Mount Erebus is the southernmost active one of these in the world
    $200 1
It's a way to pitch a soffball; it can also mean done in a secret & deceptive manner
    $400 7
This pirate leader came to life in an 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson tale
    $400 27
K-Fed knows that she smells like kiwi & cupcakes in her fantasy perfume
    $400 23
This group, whose logo is seen here, has built or renovated more than 200,000 homes worldwide
    $400 14
Asif Ali Zardari, husband of the late Benazir Bhutto, became this country's president in September 2008
    $400 15
Of -29, -129, or -229 F., the coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth, at Vostok, Antarctica in 1983
    $400 2
Cordelia, Ophelia & Bianca are its 3 closest moons
    $600 8
He wrote "The Unvanquished" & "The Sound and the Fury"
    $600 28
You may detect the scent of basil & amber in Unforgivable, from his Sean John line
    DD: $2,000 24
The ACLU helps protect these, the "CL" in its name
    $600 16
Kostas Karamanlis has received kudos as prime minister of this Mediterranean country since 2004
    $600 17
What some call the Antarctic Ocean is made up of the waters of these 3 oceans
    $600 3
Famous ones in literature include Tom, Remus & Vanya
    $800 9
(Harry Shearer reads the clue as Mr. Burns.) I had 1,000 monkeys at 1,000 type-writers; I could only pen, "It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times", like this novel's start... stupid monkey!
    $800 29
This singer smells like wet gardenia petals & marshmallow in her M perfume
    $800 25
An organization that is using the Internet's power to help young people change the world is called "Do" this
    $800 19
Martin Torrijos is a man with a plan & a canal in this country
    $800 18
Antarctica's coasts are moist, but the interior gets so little snowfall it's been called a "polar" one of these
    $800 4
We salute you for knowing this popular name for the British flag
    $1000 10
Bratty & spoiled Mary Lennox becomes the ward of her English uncle in this 1911 Frances Hodgson Burnett classic
    $1000 30
Deseo, a perfume from this Hispanic singer-actress, was inspired by a midnight walk in a garden after a storm
    $1000 26
You can donate 10 inches of your hair to the group called these "of Love", which makes hairpieces for sick kids
    $1000 20
Bashar al-Assad heads up this country from its capital, Damascus
    $1000 21
A research base at the South Pole is co-named for these 2 explorers, the first 2 to reach it
    $1000 5
Kampala is its capital

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Anurag Bradley Audrey
$4,000 $1,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anurag Bradley Audrey
$10,800 $5,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

OMG!
(Alex: Oh, my God!)
FAR-OUT CINEMA
TIME FLIES
REVOLUTIONARIES
SUPERBAD
WHEEL OF JEOPARDY!
    $400 1
In Japanese this religion means "way of the gods"
    $400 26
This lonely title character from a 2008 film is fixated on EVE, an "extraterrestrial vegetation evaluator"
    $400 11
In November daylight saving ends & this starts, so daytime ends earlier
    $400 6
After his April 1775 ride, he rescued papers from a Lexington tavern belonging to John Hancock
    $400 16
On Aug. 7, 1888 this murderer struck for the first time in London's East End
    $400 21
It's in Canada, eh?

N _ _ A   S _ _ _ _ A
    $800 2
At Folkvang, Freyja received half of all warriors slain in battle; he received the other half
    $800 27
Tom Cruise dodges nasty looks from Dakota Fanning & towering intergalactic tripods in this 2005 flick
    DD: $4,000 12
A child born in 1995 turns 15 in 2010; a child born in 5 B.C. turned 15 in this year
    $800 7
Last name of Declaration-signing Virginia brothers Richard & Francis; a later relative was a Southern general
    $800 17
This first Russian czar's cruel & bizarre behavior earned him the nickname "Grozny", Russian for "the Dread"
    $800 22
Words won't fail you if you have a good one

_ O C A _ U L A _
    $1200 3
Trojan prophet Helenus told the Greeks Troy wouldn't fall unless Palladium, this wise goddess' statue, was stolen
    $1200 28
The disappearance of a $5 billion space probe forces these title simians into action in a 2008 film
    $1200 13
Relativity says if you're on a train approaching this speed, 186,282 miles per second, time will seem to slow down
    $1200 8
In April 1777 this pamphleteer was elected Secretary of the Committee of Foreign Affairs in Congress
    $1200 18
The gun & rifle he used on November 22, 1963 were purchased & delivered through mail order
    $1200 23
A place to hoard your pennies

_ _ G G _
_ _ N K
    $1600 4
Anubis wasn't only the god of the dead, he was also the god of this process used in mummification
    $1600 29
Genetic experiment 626, this fuzzy blue guy who crash-landed in Hawaii in a 2002 film looks cute, but he's a weapon
    $1600 14
To land in NYC as the ball drops on New Year's Eve, your 6-hour flight from L.A. must have this departure time
    DD: $2,000 9
On March 23, 1775 this famed orator told the Virginia Convention, "The war is inevitable and let it come!"
    $1600 19
Denying his guilt to the end, Bruno Hauptmann was executed in 1936 for the kidnapping of this aviator's son
    $1600 24
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, for example

F R _ _ _ R N _ _
_ _ _ N S
    $2000 5
Originally painted in Goya's own dining room, this planetary god is seen here devouring one of his kids
    $2000 30
In this M. Night Shyamalan film, aliens are good at scaring people; not so good with locked pantry doors or water
    $2000 15
Because the earth rotates as it orbits, a sidereal day, based on the stars, is about 4 minutes shorter than this day
    $2000 10
In 1777, while serving in Paris, this Pennsylvanian wrote that "our cause is the cause of all mankind"
    $2000 20
In 1717 & 1718 this pirate terrorized the southeastern coast in his ship the Queen Anne's Revenge
    $2000 25
Gaborone is its capital

_ O T S W _ _ _

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anurag Bradley Audrey
$30,800 $16,600 $7,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
Baton Rouge & this other state capital both have 2-word French names; neither is named for a person

Final scores:

Anurag Bradley Audrey
$35,000 $26,600 $15,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anurag Bradley Audrey
$30,400 $12,000 $7,600
31 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $50,000

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