Show #5622 - Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Contestants

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Brooke Anthony, an attorney from Brookhaven, New York

Chris Norlin, a compliance coordinator originally from Escondido, California

Carolyn Young, a homemaker from Marietta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANATOMY
SPORTS FACTS
BRAND-TASTIC
APT ANAGRAMS
A THOMAS GUIDE
IT'S AN L.A. THING
    $200 15
The layers of the skin are the epi-this, the this & the hypo-this
    $200 5
This Giants outfielder is the only player in history to receive the MVP award 4 consecutive years, 2001 to 2004
    $200 1
Barry Manilow wrote the jingle that had us "stuck on" this brand
    $200 26
It's decorated in December:
SEARCH, SET, TRIM
    $200 10
He obtained 1,093 patents, the most the U.S. Patent Office has ever issued to one person
    $200 20
Wanna live in this city, 90210? in July 2008 the median home price there was $2.3 million
    $400 16
The uvea, the eye's middle layer, includes this contractile diaphragm, the colored part of the eye
    $400 6
In 1980 this boxer came out of retirement to fight Larry Holmes & then Trevor Berbick; he lost both bouts
    $400 2
In 1932 George Blaisdell developed this cigarette lighter in Bradford, Pennsylvania
    $400 27
A "high" time in art:
SIENNA ACRES
    $400 11
In 1989 George H.W. Bush appointed him to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
    $400 21
Originally the letters in this landmark were 30 feet wide & 50 feet tall, & had 4,000 20-watt light bulbs
    $600 17
Each wrist has 8 of these bones, also the name of a tunnel in the wrist
    $600 7
In 1962 this country's Dawn Fraser became the first woman swimmer to break one minute in the 100-meter freestyle
    $600 3
Dr. Joseph Lawrence & Jordan Lambert invented this bad-breath-busting product in 1879
    $600 28
A Texan battle cry:
A MEMORABLE TERM, EH?
    DD: $1,000 12
In 1952 this poet told us to "Rage, rage against the dying of the light"
    $600 22
Good times are Bruin in this district, home to UCLA, where John Wooden was a "wizard"
    $800 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical diagram on the monitor, then puts her heel down.) The soleus and gastrocnemius, two major muscles of the calf, act like a lever system with this largest tendon to lift or lower the heel
    $800 8
In the 1960s he won 7 major tournaments, more than any other golfer
    $800 4
This yogurt brand is named for founder Isaac Carasso's son Daniel
    $800 29
He co-wrote "South Pacific":
MASS ROMANTIC HERE
    $800 13
His 1947 novel "Doctor Faustus" symbolically paralleled the rise of Nazism
    $800 23
You can hit the Comedy Store, House of Blues, Whisky A Go Go & the Viper Room on this "strip" of L.A.
    $1000 19
Familiar to pitchers, the group of muscles called this includes the subscapularis muscle
    $1000 9
Iowa State's Dan Gable won 2 NCAA titles in this sport & then coached Iowa to 15 team titles from 1978 to 1997
    $1000 25
The logo of this outdoor brand is seen here
    $1000 30
This Internet service was big in the '90s:
I ONCE RAN EMAIL
    $1000 14
This late medieval Christian spiritual writer is the probable author of "Imitation of Christ"
    $1000 24
Originally called "Nuestro Pueblo" by the artist, it's the L.A. landmark seen here

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

Carolyn Chris Brooke
$800 $1,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Chris Brooke
$5,200 $3,600 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHO'S ON FIRST?
NORSE MYTHOLOGY
GIVE THE BUCHAREST
IT'S ALL ABOUT ME
BARD BITS
CROSSWORD CLUES "R"
    $400 16
In many cities "Jeopardy!" leads into this sister show
    $400 26
The Norns are counterparts of the Fates: Urd represents the past; Verdandi & Skuld, these 2 things
    $400 11
Times change: in 1990 a statue of this Russian was removed from a Bucharest square after 3 decades there
    $400 1
Excessive self-contemplation is called this anatomical gazing
    $400 4
Mark Antony called him "the noblest Roman of them all"
    $400 21
A stuffed pasta pocket
(7)
    $800 17
I pity the fool who doesn't know that this show led into "Remington Steele" on NBC's 1983-84 schedule
    $800 27
Hymir was really hammered by the hammer of this god
    $800 12
1913's treaty of Bucharest ended the second of these peninsular wars
    $800 2
Self, launched in 1979, is one of these
    $800 5
In the first line of "Twelfth Night", this is described as the "food of love"
    $800 22
Beam, beacon & frequency preceder
(5)
    $1200 18
Sundays from 1984 to 1995, "60 Minutes" led into this CBS crime drama--guess Jessica finally got tired of writing
    $1200 28
The name Midgard, the world of humans, can be translated as this, a place familiar to Tolkien
    $1200 13
In 1977 one of these phenomena devastated Bucharest, killing about 1,500 people
    $1200 3
Albrecht Durer's first known drawing, done at the age of 13, was one of these artistic efforts
    $1200 6
In "Henry VIII" this cardinal bids "a long farewell to all my greatness"
    $1200 23
Room or building in the round
(7)
    DD: $1,492 19
On Mondays in 1970, something called "The Silent Force" led into this longer-running ABC program
    $1600 29
Laerad is the great tree around which this hall of the slain was built
    $1600 14
This star of 1937's "The Last Gangster" was born Emanuel Goldenberg in Bucharest, Romania
    $1600 9
Self-referential prefix before -didact, -suggestion & -biography
    $1600 7
Much of the action takes place in the court of the Duke of Milan in this play with another Italian locale in its title
    DD: $700 24
Boat race, Italian style
(7)
    $2000 20
For the 2000-2001 season, "The Simpsons" led into this show that led into "The X-Files"--you might say it was...
    $2000 30
This mischief-maker was up to his old tricks when he stole Freya's necklace
    $2000 15
In 1659 Bucharest became the capital of this principality
    $2000 10
Per the "American Psychiatric Glossary", this mania is "pathological preoccupation with self"
    $2000 8
Comparing "thee to a summer's day" in sonnet 18, the bard realizes that "Thou art more lovely and more" this
    $2000 25
South American ostrich cousin
(4)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Chris Brooke
$5,200 $8,592 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CIVIL WAR PEOPLE
He was the only person who died during the Civil War to be featured on Confederate currency

Final scores:

Carolyn Chris Brooke
$200 $12,401 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carolyn Chris Brooke
$5,200 $9,200 $6,200
17 R,
6 W
14 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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