Show #5738 - Wednesday, July 15, 2009

2009 Kids Week game 3.

Contestants

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Michelle Schrier, an 11-year-old from Potomac, Maryland

Ethan Russo, an 11-year-old from Austin, Texas

Gabby Dannunzio, a 12-year-old from Largo, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

THE GREAT STATE OF...
(Alex: You identify the state for us.)
NARNIA
COOKBOOKS FOR KIDS
JUST DESERTS
COWBOYS & INDIANS
WORDS FOR YOUNGSTERS
    $200 6
It touches four of the Great Lakes
    $200 1
This author's 7 "Chronicles of Narnia" novels came out between 1950 & 1956
    $200 11
"C is for Cooking: Recipes from the Street" is a book of recipes from this TV street
    $200 26
This desert in North Africa is the largest in the world
    $200 18
The type of sore named for this piece of equipment could appear on the horse's back or the cowboy's bottom
    $200 15
"Lad" is a young man; this word that starts with "la" is a young girl
    $400 7
Its shape reminds me of one of those big foam fingers at sporting events
    $400 2
The only character who appears in every Narnia story, his name is Turkish for "lion"
    $400 12
"Cooking Rocks!" is her book of "30-Minute Meals for Kids"
    $400 27
Part of the Chihuahuan Desert lies in Chihuahua, one of this country's most prosperous states
    $400 21
More than 80% of India's population practices this religion
    $400 16
Bairn is a word from this northernmost U.K. country, as in "Och, the wee bairn dinna eat his chicken tenders"
    $600 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map of the Northeast on the monitor.) The combined area of all the other New England states would fit inside this largest New England state
    $600 3
In the second tale in the Narnia series, the Pevensie kids fight to restore this title prince to his rightful place
    $600 13
The "Mom and Me Cookbook" tells how to put faces on these with typical toppings (olive noses! tomato eyes!)
    $600 28
This California desert valley was named by gold seekers, many of whom didn't survive the crossing of it
    $600 22
This leader of India's independence movement was known as "the Great Soul"
    $600 17
A cute kid is often called this, like the plump little angel seen here
    $800 9
It's the smallest state in the Deep South
    $800 4
Reepicheep, a talking, sword-wielding one of these little animals, appears in 3 Narnia tales
    $800 14
Linus knows that the "Lunchtime Cookbook" named for this comic strip includes Charles Schulz' Overnight Salad
    $800 29
The Patagonian Desert lies west of Buenos Aires in this country
    DD: $800 23
Bailey & Stetson are popular makers of this essential piece of a cowboy's outfit
    $800 19
A child with precocious talents may be called a Wunderkind, a word from this language
    $1000 10
Eight other states were formed all or in part from territory this state once claimed
    $1000 5
The youngest of the Pevensie children, she's the first to pass through the wardrobe into Narnia
    $1000 24
This author's "Revolting Recipes" include Scrambled Dregs & Willy Wonka's Nutty Crunch Surprise
    $1000 30
The Gobi, the largest desert in Asia, is in southern Mongolia & the northern part of this country
    $1000 25
Cowboys collect roaming cattle for sorting & branding at these "circular" events
    $1000 20
A mischievous youngster; with "sea" in front of it, it's a spiny sea creature

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

Gabby Ethan Michelle
$2,200 $4,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gabby Ethan Michelle
$5,600 $4,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY CLASS
SCIENCE EN ESPAÑOL
KIDS ON THE NET
HIDE & SEEK
U.S. COINS
YOU GOT 2 As & 1B
(Alex: There will be two letters "A" and one "B" in each correct response.)
    $400 1
A kid called L'Aiglon got the title "King of Rome" when he was born because his dad was this Bonaparte
    $400 25
Eje is this imaginary line about which the Earth rotates
    $400 7
On the website for this comics brand, you can watch the Fantastic Four or play Iron Man Armory Assault
    $400 21
I'm hiding in the crowd at Mardi Gras, so seek me in this Louisiana "Crescent City"
    $400 6
On April 2, 1792 Congress passed the Coinage Act, which authorized the building of the U.S. Mint in this Penn. city
    $400 15
Litter, refuse or trash; what a bunch of...
    $800 2
This N.Y. Island, a reception center for immigrants from 1892 to 1954, is named for a man who once owned it
    $800 26
This "colorful" atmospheric heating phenomenon is efecto invernadero
    $800 8
At the website for the CDC, the Centers for this, kids can learn about diabetes & toxic chemicals
    $800 22
I'm hiding in the crowd around my star on the Walk of Fame, so seek me on this L.A. street
    $800 11
In 2006 his image on the nickel was changed to one based on an 1800 portrait when he was vice president
    $800 16
Describes a book bound by a flexible cover
    $1200 3
Founded in 1702, Mobile in this state became the "City of Six Flags" (but it doesn't have a Six Flags theme park)
    $1200 27
In space not even light can escape one of these, agujero negro
    $1200 9
At this magazine's website you can take a "Geobee" or play Iggy Games with Iggy Arbuckle
    $1200 23
I'm hiding on top of the world's tallest mountain, so seek me in this mountain range (& hurry up, I'm freezing!)
    $1200 12
This state's quarter features a cactus, with the Grand Canyon in the background
    DD: $600 17
The stock of words used by a particular people; let's see how extensive yours is
    DD: $1,000 4
In 1644 the Ch'ing dynasty destroyed this Chinese dynasty whose name rhymes with Ch'ing
    $1600 28
One of these small earthquakes that follows a larger one is un replica
    $1600 20
At the site for this government department, you can "Design Your Own Bill" & send it to others--but don't spend it
    $1600 24
I'm hiding in the jungle near Manaus, so seek me in this biggest country in South America
    $1600 13
A 2009 silver dollar honoring this Frenchman has the letters "BRL" in raised dots so it can be read by the blind
    $1600 18
You can count on this device, which often uses beads to make things add up
    $2000 5
She organized a troop of Girl Guides in Scotland before she founded the Girl Scouts of America
    $2000 30
Compuesto is one of these substances that's composed of 2 or more chemical elements
    $2000 10
On Yahoo! Kids, you can ask this knowledgeable guy all kinds of questions, like "What do Canadians eat?"
    $2000 29
I'm hiding in Ivan the Great's bell tower, so seek me in this historic Moscow fortress
    $2000 14
When this motto first began appearing on gold & silver coins, it was left off the dime, which was too small
    $2000 19
The natural environment of an organism, perhaps "for Humanity"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gabby Ethan Michelle
$10,200 $9,000 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
Other than Antarctica, the 2 continents without a landlocked country

Final scores:

Gabby Ethan Michelle
$15,201 $5,998 $6,500
Winner: $15,201 + Classroom Jeopardy! for her school 3rd place: $1,000 + Classroom Jeopardy! for his school 2nd place: $2,000 + Classroom Jeopardy! for her school

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gabby Ethan Michelle
$10,800 $9,800 $11,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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