Show #5586 - Monday, December 15, 2008

Contestants

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Justin Waters, a resident physician from Royal Oak, Michigan

Cyndy Hawley, a retired adult basic educator from Morgantown, West Virginia

Christine Carrino Gorowara, a teacher educator from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 2-day cash winnings total $43,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRY TIME
MOVING PICTURES
(Alex: You have to give the movie title as your correct response.)
BORN & DIED
LITTLE PITCHY DOG
PODGE-POURRI
IN THERE
(Alex: We'll give you a list of three things, and you have to tell us which one is actually in there.)
    $200 11
This country borders both Belgium & Monaco
    $200 1
A veritable feast for Pixar in 2007
    $200 6
Once upon a time she was born July 1, 1961 in Norfolk, England; the fairy tale ended in Paris August 31, 1997
    $200 26
Named for China's capital, these vocal dogs were thought to be semi-divine & considered to be good fortune
    $200 21
It's the gastropod "pace" that ensures a late arrival
    $200 16
In the song "Take Me Out To The Ballgame":
beer,
hot dogs,
peanuts
    $400 12
Olav V was crowned this Scandinavian country's king in 1957 & reigned there for 34 years
    $400 2
Robots in disguise
    $400 7
This seamstress born Feb. 4, 1913 took a long bus ride home out of Detroit in 2005
    $400 27
Known to the Toltec, this small breed tends to wheeze & snore because of its short nose
    $400 22
The Guinness record for knot-tying measures the fastest time for tying the 6 knots listed in this handbook
    $400 17
The Smithsonian:
Archie Bunker's chair,
the Declaration of Independence,
the Liberty bell
    $600 13
On southern Africa's west coast, it's been independent of Portugal since 1975
    $600 3
Translating the structure into Spanish gets you this Oscar winner
    $600 8
His adventures began in Wales in 1888 & ended with a motorcycle accident in England in 1935
    $600 28
This breed is quick to sound the yap alarm is someone tries to steal, say, your falcon statue
    $600 23
2 of the 4 original U.S. presidential cabinet posts
    $600 18
The solar system:
Arcturus,
Canopus,
Deimos
    DD: $1,600 14
In a 1948-49 war, this Middle Eastern country increased the territory it controlled by about 50%
    $800 4
2007 film about a paralyzed editor
    $800 9
He was born May 5, 1818 in Germany & died in das kapital of England in 1883
    $800 29
These dogs that come in "teacup" varieties hail from the north of England & like to bark but can be trained not to
    $800 24
1189,1377 &1483 are the 3 years the only 3 kings of England with this name each ascended the throne
    $800 19
The Caribbean:
Bahrain,
Barbados,
Bermuda
    $1000 15
Murmansk in this country is the largest city in population found north of the Arctic Circle
    $1000 5
A J.J. Abrams monster flick
    $1000 10
Act I:
Born in Dublin, October 16, 1854; Final act: died November 30, 1900 in Paris
    $1000 30
This fluffy little yapper is named for a district of Prussia
    $1000 25
Vegemite, a trademarked vegetable extract used as a sandwich spread, is from this country
    $1000 20
"War and Peace":
Kutuzov,
Raskolnikov,
Vronsky

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

Christine Cyndy Justin
-$200 $4,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Cyndy Justin
$2,800 $3,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

GENERAL SCIENCE
SPORTS STATUES
PRE-CIVIL WAR AMERICA
THE "L" WORDS
ALLITERATIVE AUTHORS
NOT IN THERE
    $400 16
Geologists called stratigraphers are involved with determining the earth's age & history by looking at layers of these
    $400 21
A statue of this "Golden Bear" with his putter was unveiled in Augusta in 2000
    $400 26
The first edition of this homespun almanac was published in 1792; it's known for valuable weather data
    $400 1
Calcium oxide, not a citrus fruit, gives us this term for what you bask in at center stage
    $400 6
She made a cameo appearance in the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes" based on her novel
    $400 11
The Baseball Hall of Fame:
Reese,
Rose,
Ruth
    $800 17
Using spectrometry, you'll find that helium produces a bright line of this color
    $800 22
A quote on his Chicago statue reads, "He stood before us, suspended above the earth, free from all its laws"
    $800 27
He patented his mechanical reaper in 1834 but didn't sell the first one until 6 years later
    $800 2
A removable cover, or old slang for a hat
    $800 7
In his 8-volume "Kent Family Chronicles", he took readers through 7 generations of family history
    $800 12
U2:
Bono,
Edge,
Sting
    $1200 18
A block & tackle uses 2 or more of this simple machine to reduce the amount of effort needed to lift a load
    $1200 23
You can see statues of Honus Wagner, Roberto Clemente & Willie Stargell outside this team's PNC Park
    $1200 28
On Sept. 11, 1847 this Stephen Foster song had its premiere in Pennsylvania; the 49ers then carried it west
    $1200 3
A pale purple, or a plant of the mint family
    $1200 8
He wrote "Our Man in Havana" & "The Third Man" as well as the screenplays for them
    $1200 13
The Pledge of Allegiance:
freedom,
justice,
liberty
    $1600 19
Types of seismic waves include L, P & S, which stand for Love, primary & this
    DD: $3,000 24
Father to War Admiral, this horse who died in 1947 is buried under his statue at the Kentucky Horse Park
    $1600 29
In March of 1775 Daniel Boone began blazing this trail from the Holston River in Tennessee to central Kentucky
    $1600 4
From the Latin for "tear", it means mournful or likely to cause weeping
    $1600 9
His "From Here to Eternity" was the top-selling novel of 1951
    $1600 14
The top row of letters on a standard keyboard:
E,
S,
Q
    $2000 20
Diatoms are among the most numerous of these plantlike plankton that drift with the ocean currents
    $2000 25
In 2006 the Arizona Cardinals unveiled a statue of this man, killed in Afghanistan 2 years earlier
    $2000 5
This type of stable is one where horses are stored for a fee
    DD: $3,000 10
The author of the Dirk Pitt novels is the founder of NUMA, the National Underwater & Marine Agency
    $2000 15
The Old Testament:
Nahum,
Philemon,
Zephaniah

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Cyndy Justin
$6,400 $1,800 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PERFORMERS & HOMETOWN VENUES
He's the only singer to headline Yankee Stadium, Giants Stadium & Shea Stadium, closing Shea in 2008

Final scores:

Christine Cyndy Justin
$2,400 $2,800 $7,199
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,199

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Christine Cyndy Justin
$6,400 $4,000 $13,000
15 R,
3 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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