Show #5821 - Monday, December 28, 2009

Stephen Weingarten game 3.

Contestants

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Kathy Shinkle, a public relations director from Hermosa Beach, California

Vince Camillo, a food stylist from New York, New York

Stephen Weingarten, a paraeducator from Portland, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $47,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

FRANCE
DAYS OF THE WEEK
BEN & JERRY'S FLAVORS
"HAL"
2001
I'M SORRY DAVE
    $200 16
Local languages besides French include Provencal in Provence & this in Flanders
    $200 8
Spanish:
Lunes
    $200 6
This fan-suggested flavor is the first named for a rock legend
    $200 21
Hebrew for "praise God", it's a shout of praise to God
    $200 26
September 8: she defeats her younger sister 6-2, 6-4 to repeat as women's champion at the U.S. Open
    $200 1
Soccer fan Marc Anthony sent an apology to this L.A. Galaxy midfielder after missing his first game
    $400 17
A part-iridium cylinder in France is the standard for this metric unit of mass (about 2.2 pounds)
    $400 9
French:
Mardi
    $400 7
It's the rhyming name of Ben & Jerry's banana ice cream with fudge and walnuts
    $400 22
If you order hirame in a sushi bar, you'll get this North Atlantic fish
    $400 27
April 1: April fool! This former Serbian dictator surrenders to the police
    $400 2
Chris Farley apologizes after a deer ruins this actor's car in "Tommy Boy"
    $600 18
(Sarah gives the clue from Omaha Beach.) The amphibious assault on Normandy took place at five beaches. The British landed at Gold and Sword, the Canadians at Juno, and the Americans at Omaha Beach and this beach to the west
    $600 10
German:
Mittwoch
    $600 13
A sweet cream ice cream with fudge dinosaurs has this alliterative name, though it tastes better than coal
    $600 23
This astronomer financed the 1687 publication of Isaac Newton's masterwork, the "Principia"
    $600 28
November 19: the establishment of this agency that cleared you to get on the plane that brought you to Los Angeles
    $600 3
A 2008 Best Picture nominee hinges on whether a former president will apologize during an interview with this man
    $800 19
The oldest society of the Institut de France, it published its first dictionary in 1694
    $800 11
Dutch:
Donderdag
    $800 14
The name of this West Indies island is followed by "Me Crazy" in the name of a pineapple sorbet
    $800 24
It's the medical term for bad breath
    $800 29
March 13: the U.S. bans meat imports from the EU due to outbreaks of this "anatomical" disease
    $800 4
Before losing to David Cook, he sang "Apologize" with One Republic on the 2008 "American Idol" finale
    $1000 20
In 1848 Louis Napoleon Bonaparte was elected president; in 1852 he took this name as Emperor
    $1000 12
Hebrew:
Shabbat
    DD: $1,500 15
There are almond cookies in the flavor called "Mission to" this confection
    $1000 25
Naturally occurring crystalline sodium chloride
    $1000 5
This presidential hopeful said "I screwed up" after skipping out on a David Letterman taping in 2008

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

Stephen Vince Kathy
$4,700 $1,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Vince Kathy
$8,700 $2,600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

VIVA VIVALDI!
HIT TV SHOWS IN OTHER WORDS
TIME LINES
IBM
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
3 "T"s
    $400 24
Vivaldi was born in this city where his dad was a violinist at St. Mark's
    $400 18
On HBO: "Those highest natural singing voices"
    $400 7
"You may delay, but time will not", he wrote in "Poor Richard's Almanack"
    $400 3
Though it's gone beyond the corporate world, IBM stands for this
    $400 1
This university's Hargrett Library has a special collection devoted to author Margaret Mitchell
    $400 13
A favorite of chefs, this type of chocolate contains at least 35% chocolate liquor
    $800 28
Vivaldi suffered from a lifelong strettezza di petto ("tightness of the chest"), thought to be bronchial this
    $800 19
Since 2004, a Sunday night staple: "Needy domestic engineers"
    $800 8
This Marlowe title doctor asks the heavens to stand still "that time may cease and midnight never come"
    $800 10
Originally an adding machine maker, in 1944 IBM made its first steps toward one of these with the Harvard Mark I
    $800 2
Although founded in 1867, this Washington, D.C. school didn't have its first black president until 1926
    $800 14
Try, make an effort, even a "vain" one
    $1200 29
A redhead, Vivaldi was called il prete rosso, "the red" this (he'd been ordained in 1703)
    $1200 20
A game show:
"Tinseltown Nerds"
    $1200 9
Per Longfellow, "We can make our lives sublime /
And parting leave behind us /
footprints on" these
    $1200 23
Making data transport easier, one of IBM's innovations was the creation of this "disk" in 1971
    $1200 4
The 20-inch Hale Telescope on Mount Palomar is owned and operated by this school
    $1200 15
On "Mindfreak", Criss Angel escaped from 2 of these restrictive garments while dangling from a crane
    DD: $100 30
In 1725 Vivaldi published this (Opus 8, Nos. 1-4), a cycle of violin concerti
    $1600 21
A sitcom: "DeFazio plus Feeney"
    $1600 11
"The time has come", this character says, "to talk of many things"
    $1600 25
IBM may have earned this colorful nickname from the conservative dress code imposed on its employees
    $1600 5
This New London, Connecticut academy's motto is "The sea yields to knowledge"
    DD: $3,000 16
From the white lining seen when it opens its jaws, the water moccasin is also called this
    $2000 27
Vivaldi composed nearly 40 of these sung pieces, including "Amor, Hai Vinto" & "Perfidissimo Cor"
    $2000 22
A cop drama: "Those thoroughfares within a West Coast bay city"
    $2000 12
Andrew Marvell wrote, "At my back I always hear /
Time's winged" this transport "hurrying near"
    $2000 26
It's the last name of father & son Thomas Sr. & Jr., who led IBM for more than 50 years
    $2000 6
In 1842 Willamette University in this state capital became the first college on the West Coast
    $2000 17
It's the 18-letter term for a doctor who treats stomach & intestinal disorders

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Vince Kathy
$15,200 $18,000 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
On April 14, 1865 Abraham Lincoln authorized this govt. agency; its main job then was to protect against counterfeiting

Final scores:

Stephen Vince Kathy
$30,398 $5,599 $15,700
3-day champion: $78,298 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Vince Kathy
$16,200 $16,600 $9,200
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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