Show #5629 - Thursday, February 12, 2009

Contestants

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Mark Halpin, a scene designer from Cold Spring, Kentucky

Kelley Halstead, a physician from Brooklyn, New York

Deepak Tamasker, an attorney originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

HAPPY 200th, LINCOLN & DARWIN
TOP 40 SONGS' MISSING LINKS
BRANDED
"G"EOGRAPHY
THEY GOT IT ON eBAY!
BRIT SPEAK
    $200 1
Born in Shrewsbury Feb. 12, 1809, Charles Darwin was sent at 16 to study medicine in this Scottish city
    $200 19
I Won't Back ___
On The Corner
    $200 14
"There's a" variety of this brand of eye lubricant "for that" or if you prefer the old slogan, "It gets the red out"
    $200 11
The 42,000 square miles of this country are dotted with Mayan ruins
    $200 22
Somebody paid $2,000 for an "18th century" kit for killing these; contents included hammer, stakes & a crucifix
    $200 6
Will someone pass me the bag of crisps--I have a hankering for this snack
    $400 2
Born in Kentucky Feb.12, 1809, Abe Lincoln lived from age 7 to 21 in this state before the move to Illinois
    $400 23
Born To Be ____
Thing
    $400 15
Hershey's boasts that these cups are the No. 1 selling candy in America
    $400 12
This country in Transcaucasia was in the news in 2008 fighting a much bigger nation
    $400 27
A Colo. woman paid $455 for water from a cup this guy drank from in 1977; he left the building soon after
    $400 7
If mum takes little Alistair to a childminder, he's going to what Americans would call this type of "center"
    $600 3
It's what Lincoln called his youngest & favorite son, Thomas; it can also mean "a little bit"
    $600 24
Blowing Kisses
In The ____
Beneath My Wings
    $600 16
In the classic ad jingle, these hot dogs are even enjoyed by kids with chickenpox
    $600 13
Hagatna is the capital of this U.S. island in the North Pacific
    $600 28
Now that's recycling! A Seattle man got a $3,850 bid for this, worn only once, that had belonged to his ex-wife
    $600 8
A landlord would refer to one of these as a flat
    $800 4
The first chapter of "On the Origin of Species" features this bird, which Darwin bred in a dovecote he built
    $800 25
Die Another ____
Tripper
    $800 17
Lilac spring is among the air freshener scents "Created by nature" & "captured by" this brand
    $800 20
A country on the west coast of Africa used to be known as Spanish this; now it's Equatorial this
    $800 29
An online casino paid $1,209 for a Dorito in the shape of this man's big pointy hat, or mitre
    DD: $1,200 9
Long before it was the name of a computer, it was Brit speak for a raincoat
    $1000 5
Maiden name of Darwin's wife; she came from the pottery-making family & was shattered by his talk of evolution
    $1000 26
U Got ____ ____
Of Love
    $1000 18
Toyota dropped this provocative name for its new Celica sports model days after a December 2004 natural disaster
    $1000 21
King Constantine of this Balkan country was forced from his throne in 1917 & again in 1922
    $1000 30
An offer to impart this drew only 8 bids & $3.26; heck, the DVD of the 1983 Monty Python flick goes for more than that
    $1000 10
For sports & working out, you need a good pair of trainers, which are these

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

Deepak Kelley Mark
$400 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Deepak Kelley Mark
$3,800 $2,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GONE WITH THE WIND: THE NOVEL
FROM SCREEN TO STAGE
GENOME-ENCLATURE
CHAMBER MUSIC
BUILT IN THE U.S.A.
CROSSWORD CLUES "D"
    $400 26
In chap. I, Scarlett says, "I've never gotten so tired of any one word in my life as" this, "unless it's 'secession"'
    $400 11
Broadway is going green--a lovely ogre shade of green--with the musical based on this animated 2001 film
    $400 1
A study reported in March 2008 says these siblings don't have the exact same genomic sequence, as was thought
    $400 19
A violinist, cellist & pianist from Denmark rhymingly call themselves this "con Brio"
    $400 14
At least 20 died & many suffered decompression sickness building this East River landmark that opened in 1883
    $400 6
Talk amongst yourselves
(7)
    $800 12
It was a literary trilogy, then a film trilogy, then--heavens to Gollum!--a musical that opened in Toronto in 2006
    $800 2
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a graphic on the monitor.) An exact copy of biological material, it can be of a DNA segment, a cell or a complete organism
    $800 22
This composer's "Musical Offering" is based on a theme given him by Frederick the Great in 1747
    $800 15
Billed as the Eighth Wonder of the World when it opened in 1965, it housed victims of Katrina in 2005
    $800 7
Happy or Doc
(5)
    $1200 13
Timeless Irving Berlin tunes--& a snowfall--are highlights of this holiday musical based on a 1954 film
    $1200 3
Take a swim in this term for all the possible variations of genes within an interbreeding population
    $1200 23
Happily, he found the time to finish the "trout" quintet, heard here
    $1200 16
This D.C. landmark is 2-toned because it was partially built but lost funding for close to 15 years, until the centennial
    $1200 8
Rastafarian hair style
(10)
    DD: $2,000 28
In the last chapter, Scarlett plans a return to Tara & yearns to see this woman, now her "last link with the old days"
    $1600 20
"Step In Time" to see this musical set in part at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in London
    $1600 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a graphic on the monitor.) To determine a unique identifier, scientists look at patterns formed by multiple alleles in a person's DNA the process is called this, like taking inked impressions of a crime suspect
    $1600 24
The "American" quartet is an 1893 work by this Czech composer known for his interest in the New World
    $1600 17
The first official flag of the U.S. was agreed upon in this building that has also served as the city dog pound
    $1600 9
It puts a spin on Hanukkah
(7)
    $2000 27
The first 2 men mentioned by name in the novel are these twins, recently expelled from the Univ. of Georgia
    $2000 21
Elton John wrote the music for this Broadway show in which a working-class British lad dreams of being a ballet dancer
    $2000 5
The true power behind DNA & genes, this can be messenger, transfer or ribosomal
    DD: $1,000 25
A 1996 sonata by Lowell Lieberman is for flute & this, also a popular pairing at weddings
    $2000 18
You can tour numerous Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in Oak Park in this state
    $2000 10
"Sweet" Appalachian folk instrument
(8)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Deepak Kelley Mark
$11,400 $5,400 $16,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The Air Force's C-130 "Hurricane Hunters" are the only U.S. military aircraft allowed to enter this country's airspace

Final scores:

Deepak Kelley Mark
$10,400 $400 $10,399
2-day champion: $23,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Deepak Kelley Mark
$14,600 $5,400 $17,600
16 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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