Show #5827 - Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Contestants

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Kelly Loughead, a college freshman from Mason, Ohio

Dave Artusi, a bond trader from Colorado Springs, Colorado

Jennifer Broders, a junior high school social studies teacher from Stockton, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $32,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. TERRITORIES & AREAS
IS THIS A RERUN?
HEALTH & BEAUTY
WRAPPERS
50 CENT
"M" & "M"
    $200 11
2-square-mile Navassa Island is located in this sea, about 100 miles south of Guantanamo Naval Base
    $200 26
It's Ed Asner redux in this '70s series, one of the few dramas ever to spin off from a sitcom
    $200 16
The 2 most important factors in aging skin are genetics & your exposure to this
    $200 6
Red, yellow & blue balloons are featured all over this bread brand's wrapper
    $200 19
This president has been on the front of the half dollar since 1964
    $200 1
"Insane" term for the NCAA men's basketball tournament held each spring
    $400 12
Tiny Wake Island in the Pacific was attacked by the Japanese on December 8, 1941 & held until Sept. of this year
    $400 27
They killed Kenny in the last episode of this animated comedy, but here he is again; I give up!
    $400 17
Done since Cleopatra's time, a chemical this involves removing the top layer of cells to reveal smoother skin
    $400 7
To make the traditional Greek favorite dolma, wrap rice & ground meat in these leaves
    $400 20
This cracked object adorned the back of the 50-cent piece until 1963
    $400 2
This political organization begun by Jerry Falwell in 1979 fought for many conservative causes
    $600 13
Pago Pago is the capital of this "American" territory, a group of 5 islands & 2 atolls
    $600 28
This spinoff set in a bar was a continuation of "All in the Family" with the same main character
    $600 18
2-word alliterative term for a surgical tightening of the abdominal wall & removing excess fat & skin
    $600 8
After his birth in Luke 2, Jesus was wrapped in these clothes & laid in the manger
    $600 21
Since 1794 this creature on the back of several versions has undergone 5 different major changes
    $600 3
Get the whole crypt to dance along to this Bobby "Boris" Pickett No. 1 song from Halloween 1962
    $800 14
The largest & southernmost of the Mariana Islands, it was ceded to the U.S. after the Spanish-American War
    $800 29
Matt Smith is the latest actor to be this sci-fi "Dr.", previously played by Peter Davison & Tom Baker
    $800 24
Watch for changes in these dark skin blemishes that are clusters of melanocytes, not rodents
    $800 9
Used primarily on food, this brand of "wrap" was introduced by Dow Chemical in 1952 & quickly became popular
    $800 22
The USA's 1965 coinage act reduced the amount of this metal in half dollars from 90% to 40%
    DD: $1,000 4
The visitors' center for this author's house is at the corner of Peachtree Street & Peachtree Place
    $1000 15
Explored by Columbus in 1493, the main islands of this "chaste" group are split between the U.S. & Britain
    $1000 30
If you missed the first Sat. night episode of this reality show on Fox, there's usually another right after
    $1000 25
This fibrous protein is injected to fill in wrinkles & acne scars as well as to plump lips
    $1000 10
This head covering whose name is from the Turkish for "gauze" may involve wrapping yards of fabric around your head
    $1000 23
This statesman graced the 50-cent piece for 15 years beginning in 1948
    $1000 5
England's King Charles II was known by this "jovial" nickname

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

Jennifer Dave Kelly
$5,000 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Dave Kelly
$7,400 $2,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

MINERALS
NONCREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
IF JUDD APATOW ADAPTED THE CLASSICS
HAVE SOME CAKE OR PIE
HE'S "R" MAN
ON ____
    $400 21
Drywall is also called gypboard, the "gyp" short for this
    $400 1
He not only chose to "Live Free or Die Hard" but also to perform unbilled in 2007's "Nancy Drew"
    $400 6
From an old word for "cake", this dish that's often "Lorraine" was fashionable in the '70s but reviled in the '80s
    $400 11
Before becoming prime minister in 1974, he was Israel's ambassador to the United States
    $400 16
In baseball, next to bat
    $800 22
The heavy mineral ilmenite, FeTiO3, is the main source of this lightweight metal, symbol Ti
    $800 2
Soon after 10 years of playing Monica on "Friends", she was uncredited as Lena in "The Longest Yard"
    $800 29
Agamemnon goes on a hilarious bender after sacrificing his daughter to gain a fair wind to this city
    $800 7
Lindy's & Juniors are New York makers of this, which is more a curd tart than a cake
    $800 12
This guy is seen here with his most famous invention
    $800 17
Beer served not in a bottle but rather from a keg
    $1200 27
Vermiculite makes good insulation, but sadly the former main mine produced vermiculite riddled with this
    $1200 3
He (unofficially) reunited with his "Untouchables" co-star Kevin Costner in "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves"
    $1200 28
These goaty creatures who form the chorus of Euripides' "Cyclops" sure make a lot of body part jokes
    DD: $5,000 8
Though North Floridians wanted pecan pie as the state pie, this one from Southern Florida ruled the day
    $1200 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a cartouche on the monitor.) In the cartouche seen here, the circle stands for the sun god Ra, the pillar the city of Heliopolis, the three fox skins represent the letters "M" & "S" & the staff means ruler; together, they denote this pharaoh, ruler of Heliopolis
    $1200 18
3-button system from GM providing in-vehicle safety & protection
    $1600 26
Formed in lava, leucite is common on the slopes of this mount above the Bay of Naples
    $1600 4
He got no credit as the brother of Zoolander or in "Anchorman", where he played rival newsman Wes Mantooth
    $1600 25
Seth Rogen's expression was priceless when Thyestes is tragically tricked into doing this to his sons
    $1600 9
David Dalquist of Nordic Ware created this type of cake pan & added folds for easy cutting
    $1600 14
This Frenchman of Swiss & Basque descent created a sensation with his orchestral work "Bolero"
    DD: $2,000 19
Impatient, or sitting on a U2 guitarist
    $2000 23
Galena, Wisconsin's state mineral, is an ore of this metal seen on the state flag
    $2000 5
Before he was "Fast & Furious", he was an uncredited hospital orderly in "Awakenings"
    $2000 24
In Apatow's "Orestes", Will Ferrell makes a cameo as the deus ex machina, this son of Zeus
    $2000 10
One of Harry Potter's favorite desserts is this golden syrup tart
    $2000 15
He won the first Nobel Prize in Physics--it was for his discovery of X-rays
    $2000 20
Readily available to be summoned to work, though not necessarily scheduled

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Dave Kelly
$25,200 $6,200 $8,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ART HISTORY
Unique quality of "First Communion of Anemic Young Girls in the Snow", shown at the 1883 Arts Incoherents exhibit

Final scores:

Jennifer Dave Kelly
$27,400 $5 $3,900
2-day champion: $59,801 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jennifer Dave Kelly
$21,200 $6,200 $7,800
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
8 R,
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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