Show #5747 - Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Contestants

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Dave Sutherland, a newspaper ad salesman from Invermere, British Columbia

Judy Nakamura, a stay-at-home wife from Seattle, Washington

Enrique Machado, an oil filtration business developer from Orlando, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BONNIE CLYDE
CINEMATIC TITLE COMBOS
HODGEPODGE
MOOSE ON THE LOOSE
HERBS & SPICES
"SEP"-TEMBER
    $200 18
This breed of draft horse originated in the Clyde River Valley
    $200 9
1966:
"The Good, the Bad and..."
    $200 1
The Ten Commandments first appear in this book of the Bible
    $200 3
The moose is the largest member of this family of mammals
    $200 5
Mentha piperita, this one of the more than 20 species of mint, is frequently used in cooking
    $200 26
An advocate of secession
    $400 19
From a word meaning "green hollow", it's Scotland's largest city & it's on both banks of the Clyde
    $400 10
2005:
"...and the Chocolate Factory"
    $400 2
Nixon beat this Democrat in the 1968 presidential election
    $400 4
Weighing up to 1,500 pounds, the largest species of moose is native to this U.S. state
    $400 14
This best-known maker of Dijon mustard is named for its French founders, who created the product in 1777
    $400 27
A dividing partition between 2 cavities, like the one between your nostrils
    $600 20
Near Lanark, the Clyde drops by the largest of these in Scotland: Bonnington Linn, Corra Linn & Stonebyres Linn
    $600 11
2009:
"Fast and..."
    $600 23
He's the title guy in "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"
    $600 6
These moose appendages are described as palmate & spatulate
    DD: $1,200 15
This red hot chili pepper bears the name of the capital of French Guiana
    $600 28
Don't tank while giving us this adjective meaning "resulting from disease-causing organisms"
    $800 21
A devastating Mar. 13-14, 1941 bombing of a Scottish town is known as the "Clydebank" this Germanic word
    $800 12
1994:
"...and a Funeral"
    $800 24
This sign of the zodiac follows Libra
    $800 7
This tiny, blood-sucking arachnid is a threat to the great big moose by irritating the skin so the moose rubs off winter hair
    $800 16
Some sticks of this spice are made from long pieces of cassia that roll as they dry
    $800 29
This 3-word doctrine regarding segregation stems from the 1896 case Plessy v. Ferguson
    $1000 22
Near Dumbarton, the Clyde drains into an estuary known as this of Clyde, not of forth
    $1000 13
2005:
"...and Good Luck"
    $1000 25
Explorer & sailor Thor Heyerdahl was of this nationality
    $1000 8
A study ongoing since 1958 examines the relation between moose & this predator on Michigan's Isle Royale
    $1000 17
In producing mace & this spice from the same tree, about 1 male tree is planted for every 10 female trees
    $1000 30
Another term for hara-kiri, it's from the Japanese for "cut the abdomen"

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

Enrique Judy Dave
$600 $2,000 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Enrique Judy Dave
$2,200 $4,800 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE FORBES 2009 BILLIONAIRES LIST
TV THEMES IN "F"
SOUNDS ROMANTIC
BUMMER OF '69
FICTION PULITZERS
ENDS WITH 2 VOWELS
    $400 22
He slipped to No. 2 after a really bad year for Berkshire Hathaway
    $400 1
"Hey baby I hear the blues a-callin'. Tossed salads and scrambled eggs"
    $400 9
A love affair that makes a great story is this type of romance, something the Grimms collected
    $400 21
On January 30, police broke up this group's final concert on the Apple Records rooftop
    $400 2
Norman Mailer won in 1980 for this grisly worker's "Song"
    $400 16
You'll earn points for knowing it's a Girl Scout 6 to 8 years old
    $800 23
He reclaimed the No. 1 spot despite losing $18 billion in the previous year
    $800 5
"I'm gonna make it to heaven, light up the sky like a flame"
    $800 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows several presidents' approval ratings graphs on the monitor.) A president's approval ratings are often highest early in his administration, a period called this
    $800 27
On February 13, 27 people were hurt when the Front de Liberation du Quebec bombed this city's stock exchange
    $800 3
In 1987 Peter Taylor answered the call for "a summons to" this Tennessee city
    $800 17
Lakes often look bluish green because of an abundance of the blue-green type of this
    DD: $5,000 24
At numbers 11 to 14 are members of this U.S. family that founded a retail chain
    $1200 6
"You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have..."
    $1200 13
"A deux" translates as this
    $1200 28
On Dec. 6, Meredith Hunter was stabbed to death as the Rolling Stones performed at this California racetrack
    $1200 4
This "News" got E. Annie Proulx the prize for 1994
    $1200 18
First appearing in magazine illustrations in 1909, this doll is celebrating its 100th anniversary
    $1600 25
Ranked No. 22, this country's Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud is worth an estimated $13.3 billion
    $1600 7
"You'll have some fun now, with me & all the gang, learning from each other while we do our thing, na na na"
    $1600 14
The 18th-century artwork seen here depicts this dramatic 9-letter event
    $1600 29
The Battle of the Bogside, one of the early events in "The Troubles", began in Derry in this U.K. country on August 12
    $1600 10
In 1984 William Kennedy won for this metallic "weed"
    $1600 19
This roughly 5-inch-long tube conveys air to & from the lungs
    $2000 26
Ingvar Kamprad, who opened the first of these stores 50 years ago, was No. 5
    $2000 8
"Yo, Holmes, smell ya later"
    $2000 15
Cupid is also called Eros & this 4-letter name heard in ancient Roman trysts
    DD: $2,000 30
In October, the "Days of Rage" riots shook this U.S. city during the trial of 8 antiwar activists
    $2000 11
Oscar Hijuelos got a Pulitzer for these "Kings" who "play songs of love"
    $2000 20
Seen here, this raccoon relative normally found in tropical forests has become a popular pet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Enrique Judy Dave
$14,800 $14,400 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL ANCESTORS
His first ancestor to come to America, a maternal forebear, was a Huguenot, Philippe de la Noye, in 1621

Final scores:

Enrique Judy Dave
$800 $14,400 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Enrique Judy Dave
$13,000 $15,600 $13,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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