Show #5801 - Monday, November 30, 2009

Contestants

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Kimberly Jantz, an attorney from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Leigh-Anne Marcellin, a part-time English professor from Ashburn, Virginia

Jody Allen, a bookstore manager and actor from New York, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $41,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ACE OF HEARTS
I'M SPORTING SOME 7s
QUEENS UP
A FULL HOUSE
I HAVE 5 KINGS
WHAT A "CARD"!
    $200 16
Post-medieval ballads about this outlaw are the source for his companion Marian
    $200 21
This title guy is No. 7 in your Quidditch programs
    $200 27
This daughter of Henry VIII signed the Religious Settlement of 1559 reestablishing the Church of England
    $200 11
Valances, lambrequins & jabots may be part of these treatments
    $200 6
The Valley of the Kings lies on the west bank of this river, across from Luxor
    $200 1
To cast aside or get rid of
    $400 17
Oliver from Harvard & Jennifer at Radcliffe survive every obstacle except mortality in this bestseller
    $400 22
This lucky 7 "spiced up" England's national soccer team as its captain from 2000 to 2006
    $400 28
The full name of this country's queen is Margrethe Alexandrine Thorhildur Ingrid
    $400 12
For some folks one of these with a timer, like from Melitta, makes it possible to keep their eyes open in the morning
    $400 7
In 1990 he revised his 1978 novel "The Stand"
    $400 2
An unpredictable element, or a team that makes the playoffs without winning its division
    DD: $2,400 18
This Shakespearean tragedy, one of his last, is based on Plutarch's "Lives"
    $600 23
In 1969 this alliterative athlete's No. 7 was retired by the New York Yankees
    $600 13
The higher the speed on this wash cycle, the less time & energy used by the dryer
    $600 8
This bluesman's first Top 40 hit was 1964's "Rock Me Baby"
    $600 3
Let me just peek at these at dinner--I'm seated between Gisele--fabulous!--&... aw crud, Hugo Chavez!!
    $800 19
Marguerite Duras' "L'amant", about an affair in Indochina, translates as this romantic person in English
    $800 24
This QB who wore No. 7 led the Broncos to 3 Super Bowl losses before winning back-to-back ones
    $800 14
A dimmer works by cutting power for an instant with each reversal of polarity in this type of electric current
    $800 9
In 1955 this Atlanta-born man got a Ph.D. in theology from Boston University
    $800 4
It's a paperboard sign carried by a picketer
    $1000 20
During WWI, Lt. Henry goes AWOL & escapes to Switzerland to be with his love Catherine in this Hemingway novel
    $1000 25
He wore No. 7 for the New Orleans Jazz, but as No. 23 in college, this "Pistol" averaged 44.2 points per game
    $1000 26
Had she been a man, this Dutch queen would have inherited Luxembourg in 1890
    $1000 15
That limited edition artwork "Lamplight Bridge" by this painter really sets off your couch
    $1000 10
In 1926 W.L. MacKenzie King was prime minister of this country twice (he gave it up in June but had it back by September)
    $1000 5
Medically, it's the "CP" in CPR

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

Jody Leigh-Anne Kimberly
$1,800 $3,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jody Leigh-Anne Kimberly
$3,000 $3,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURE
FILM SCHOOL
JORDAN WITH QUEEN RANIA
IT'S OFFICIAL
DEEPWATER PORTS BY COUNTRY
IT BEGINS WITH "X"
    $400 1
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows some column styles on the monitor.) Of the three Greek orders, Doric is the simplest, Ionic has spiral volutes, & this order decorated with Acanthus leaves is the most elaborate
    $400 2
1982:
Dudes! Sean Penn has a pizza delivered during class
    $400 7
(Queen Rania of Jordan presents the clue.) No visit to Jordan would be complete without a visit to the largest mosque in Amman, which bears the name of this man, my late father-in-law
    $400 14
Fittingly, this music-themed cafe is the "official venue" for Grammy viewing parties
    $400 26
Hobart,
Adelaide
    $400 19
What's What's
now now
this this
company company
began began
in in
1906 1906
    $800 3
Egypt's Old Cataract Hotel is an example of this architectural style named for a North African people
    $800 9
1955:
James Dean gets in a knife fight on a school field trip to Griffith Observatory
    $800 8
(Queen Rania of Jordan presents the clue.) To get more information on events going on in Jordan today, visit my website at queenrania.jo & read it in either of these 2 languages
    $800 15
We could just go on & on forever about this Nissan division, an official sponsor of Cirque du Soleil
    $800 27
Manzanillo,
Tampico
    $800 20
It's the object heard here
    DD: $1,000 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a floor plan on the monitor.) In a cruciform church, the central part is called the nave; it ends in a recessed area that is usually vaulted called this
    $1200 10
1976:
A telekinetic Sissy Spacek gets her revenge on mocking classmates & a loony mom
    $1200 13
(Queen Rania of Jordan presents the clue.) Wadi Rum in southern Jordan is where Prince Faisal & this British officer played an important role in the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire in 1917
    DD: $3,000 16
Give me 60 seconds, lass, & I'll tell you this name of the official juice of NASCAR
    $1200 21
It's the 14th letter of the Greek alphabet
    $1600 5
This word for a domed roof, often covering a rotunda, is from the Latin for "little cask"
    $1600 11
1989:
Robin Williams instructs his private school charges to "seize the day"
    $1600 24
(Queen Rania of Jordan presents the clue.) Jordan's coat of arms bears an eagle, which is a symbol of this 12th century Muslim leader who fought Richard the Lionheart
    $1600 17
Hard to figure, but this company that also owns Frito-Lay makes the official soft drink for both the Yankees & Mets
    $1600 29
Ramsgate,
Kirkcaldy
    $1600 22
It describes one who is attracted to foreign peoples & customs
    $2000 6
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a castle wall on the monitor.) The name of this defensive wall comes from words meaning "protect" & "chest"; it's still used as a protective barrier on bridges & balconies
    $2000 12
1991:
Cuba Gooding chills in the ghetto cramming for exams & dodging gang violence
    $2000 25
(Queen Rania of Jordan presents the clue.) In Jordan, the daytime fasting of this 9th month of the Muslim calendar helps us appreciate simple pleasures & makes us aware of those in our communities who are deprived of them
    $2000 18
Budweiser was the official international beer & this was the official domestic beer for the 2008 Olympic games
    $2000 28
New Mangalore,
Pondicherry
    $2000 23
This colorless, monatomic gaseous element is used in stroboscopes & lasers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jody Leigh-Anne Kimberly
$11,000 $6,000 $14,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POLITICAL NONFICTION
This book begins, "June 17, 1972. Nine o'clock Saturday morning"

Final scores:

Jody Leigh-Anne Kimberly
$21,999 $11,999 $22,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jody Leigh-Anne Kimberly
$11,800 $6,000 $14,200
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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