Show #5767 - Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Terry Linwood game 4.

Contestants

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Abra Belke, a legislative aide from Butte, Montana

David Garcia, a waiter from Greenville, South Carolina

Terry Linwood, a bookseller from Plano, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $83,303)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE AFTERLIFE
NAME THAT MOVIE
A PRINCELY CATEGORY
MUSEUMS BY CITY
WATER TASTE-OFF
ANIMAL TALK
    $200 10
In Catholicism it's where souls go when encumbered only by venial sins
    $200 1
1954:
"You don't understand. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender"
    $200 8
William Phipps voiced this character in Disney's "Cinderella"
    $200 5
Byzantine Museum,
Acropolis Museum
    $200 18
I appreciate the shimmer & clarity of the water called this geyser
    $200 19
"To stir up" this type of wasp's nest means to set in motion a bustle of hostile activity
    $400 15
This faith dating from 1830 says everyone except a few God-rejecters will see glory in the afterlife
    $400 2
1939:
"Mr. Ashley be comin' to Atlanta when he gets his leave"
    $400 9
It's the smallest of the Canadian provinces
    $400 6
Anne Frank House,
Rijksmuseum
    $400 27
Note the clean bouquet of this brand of Artesian water from a South Pacific archipelago
    $400 20
2-word term for an audition that's open to everyone
    $600 16
This sacred book refers to a paradise of couches, silk & "wide-eyed houris"
    $600 3
1964:
"I'm a good girl, I am"
    $600 11
The male heir apparent to a throne has this 2-word title, like Philippe of Belgium
    $600 13
Uffizi Gallery,
Bardini Museum
    $600 28
Pure, yet piquant--it must be this, from a spa town on Lake Geneva
    $600 22
It's a painful cramp in an arm or leg muscle
    $800 17
In "The Odyssey" Menelaus is told he gets to go to these fields with a pleasant breeze & no snow or rain
    $800 4
1935:
"I'll live to see you... all of you... hung from the highest yardarm in the British fleet"
    $800 12
The narrator of this book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery has a plane accident in the Sahara desert
    $800 25
Hagia Sophia Museum,
Museum of the Ancient Orient
    $800 29
We think you'll notice the crispness, like a cool autumn day, of this, introduced by Coca-Cola in 1999
    $800 23
Don't borrow money from one of these, who'll let you have it at an excessively high rate of interest
    $1000 21
Reincarnation & transmigration are explored in the Zohar, the main text of this Jewish mystical tradition
    $1000 7
1988:
"I'll let you in on a little secret, Ray. K-mart sucks"
    $1000 14
As Queen Victoria's hubby, Albert had this title
    $1000 26
Edvard Munch Museum,
Ski Museum
    $1000 30
Nothing else has the roundness & finish of this PepsiCo product
    DD: $1,200 24
In physics, it's a hypothetical interconnection between widely separated regions of space-time

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

Terry David Abra
$3,600 $1,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry David Abra
$5,200 $3,600 $7,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

DENTIST-SPEAK
SPORTS FOR DUMMIES
(Alex: You have to name the product. We'll give you the...)
COMMERCIAL JINGLE LYRICS
ERNEST HEMINGWAY
THE OLD MAN
THE "SEA"
    $400 16
Bruxism means doing this, especially when you sleep; might we suggest a mouth guard?
    $400 26
"Getting into the Swing of Things" & "It's Your Sandbox" are chapters in this "for Dummies"
    $400 2
"The mountain grown aroma always comin' through, oh, the best part of waking up..."
    $400 21
Hemingway won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954 & this American literary prize in 1953
    $400 7
Daniel Bakeman (1759-1869) was the last surviving U.S. vet of this conflict
    $400 1
It's actually marine algae, not a plant
    DD: $3,600 17
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical animation on the monitor.) In a root canal procedure, the tooth is refilled with a synthetic material after this sensitive innermost layer of the tooth is removed
    $800 27
This Olympian woman who, sadly, passed away in 1998 is the co-author of "Running for Dummies"
    $800 3
"Gimme a break, gimme a break, break me off a piece of that..."
    $800 22
Hemingway's novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls" primarily drew upon his experiences during this pre-WWII conflict
    $800 8
Still writing music in 2009, composer Elliot Carter was feted at this NYC concert hall on his 100th birthday in December 2008
    $800 12
This metropolis is the northernmost U.S. city with a population over half a million
    $1200 20
Like the blast of a volcano, the process of teeth first breaking through the gums is called this
    $1200 28
Hot foot it to this "for Dummies" to learn about the Cruyff move & the Zico move
    $1200 4
"They say a man should always dress for the job he wants, so why'm I dressed up like a pirate in this restaurant"
    $1200 23
Hemingway began his writing career as a teenage reporter for this Midwest city's Star newspaper
    DD: $4,200 9
The longest-reigning king of his country, he ruled Britannia until 1820, dying at age 81
    $1200 13
The construction battalions of the U.S. Navy
    $1600 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows an anatomical animation on the monitor.) Getting right to the point, the points on the chewing surface of a tooth, here, here, here & here, are called these
    $1600 29
"Baseball for Dummies" is by this Hall of Fame Reds second baseman & "Sunday Night Baseball" analyst
    $1600 5
"The taste is gonna move ya, take a sniff, pull it out, the taste is gonna move ya when you pop it in your mouth"
    $1600 24
In the 1920s Hemingway bailed this innovative Irish novelist out of a few Paris bar fights
    $1600 10
He was the first black pitcher in the American league & the oldest man ever to play in the majors
    $1600 14
Related to the pipefish, they utter musical sounds to each other when joined together during a mating embrace
    $2000 18
We just call it a teeth cleaning, but dentists & insurance providers call it this "P" word
    $2000 30
In "Hockey for Dummies", Mike Vernon tells how to stop one of these solo bursts in on goal
    $2000 6
"...said the captain to the bosun, so look for the package with the ship that sails the ocean"
    $2000 25
Hemingway sadly ended his own life in Ketchum in this state in 1961
    $2000 11
Seen here is the mummy of this great ruler of 13th-century B.C. Egypt, who reigned until about age 90
    $2000 15
In this 1896 Chekhov play, Treplev is a would-be author & Trigorin is a successful one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry David Abra
$20,200 $8,000 $7,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
It's a landlocked nation in Western Africa & its name is "locked" within the name of a nation on Africa's east coast

Final scores:

Terry David Abra
$16,001 $500 $3,200
4-day champion: $99,304 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry David Abra
$17,200 $8,000 $11,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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