Show #5834 - Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jason Zollinger game 3.

Contestants

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Andrew Chrzanowski, a high school history teacher from Dover, Delaware

Adrianne Hiltz, an editorial assistant from Brighton, Massachusetts

Jason Zollinger, an engine assembler from South Dayton, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $44,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
THE COLD WAR
THE LEGO ARTISTRY OF NATHAN SAWAYA
THE 7 DEADLY SINS
L-M-N
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with an "L", and there will be an "M" in there, followed by an "N".)
SOAP OPERAS
    $200 1
With a population of more than 190 million, Uttar Pradesh is this country's largest state
    $200 6
This company's VapoRub is a topical ointment to help with that cough
    $200 16
In September 2007, Nathan built the Lego version of this Apple gadget; he says, "Service may be spotty"
    $200 10
This, too much self-esteem, is a no-no
    $200 19
Proverbially, it's what you make when life gives you a fruit of the family Rutaceae
    $200 17
Erica Kane Martin Brent Cudahy Chandler Montgomery Montgomery plus 4 other last names is on this soap
    $400 2
Nuuk is the oldest Danish settlement on this island; it's also the capital
    $400 7
The Plus line from this plop, plop fizz, fizz brand offers relief from cold symptoms
    $400 27
In December 2004 Nathan made the 83-inch by 9-inch by 17-inch model of this New York landmark
    $400 11
It's a 4-letter longing to possess something belonging to another, like his Porsche
    $400 23
A local cop,
J. Edgar Hoover,
Wyatt Earp et al.
    $400 18
The Earth was spinning on April 2, 1956 when this show premiered; it's still in rotation on CBS
    $600 3
Named for an explorer (not the brothers, eh?), this longest river in Canada empties into the Beaufort Sea
    $600 8
"Dr. Mom" recommends this brand's cold & cough syrups
    $600 28
It's the Lego city skyline seen here; Nathan was going to visit & decided to make his own version
    $600 12
Lecherousness (put down that copy of Maxim, pal)
    $600 24
Books from this kids' author include "The Grim Grotto" & "The Vile Village"
    $600 20
This alliterative '60s soap about a New England town shot Ryan O'Neal to stardom & came to DVD in 2009
    $800 4
Under British rule, this small country that's surrounded by South Africa was known as Basutoland
    $800 9
This herbal remedy used to treat colds comes from a plant also known as the purple coneflower
    $800 29
In August 2005, Nathan made a van Gogh of things with his Lego reproduction of this painting
    $800 13
Hey, Mr. you-just-had-7-sandwiches! You also just committed this one of the 7 deadly sins!
    DD: $2,000 25
To cover with thin layers
    $800 21
John Reilly played Sean Donely, the police commissioner of Port Charles with a shady past, on this ABC show
    $1000 5
A popular Caribbean destination is the paired island groups of Turks & this
    $1000 14
Linus Pauling wrote the 1970 bestseller called this "and the Common Cold"
    $1000 30
In 2006, Nathan used more than 120,000 Lego elements for the rebirth of this Southern city
    $1000 15
Laziness, or a slow-moving arboreal animal
    $1000 26
Ken Russell's 1975 film send-up of Hungarian composer Franz
    $1000 22
Tom Selleck was Jed Andrews on this Genoa City-set CBS soap where Victor & Nikki found romance

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

Jason Adrianne Andrew
$4,200 $1,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Adrianne Andrew
$8,000 $5,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTEUR! AUTEUR!
BOXING MOVIES
FOOD CONFUSION
SCIENCE GUYS
CROSSWORD CLUES "E"
OPERA OPERAS
    $400 20
Author Jules Sandeau is next to her in alphabetic reference books & they were close in real life, too
    $400 2
Ed Asner made his big screen debut in "Kid Galahad", a 1962 film with this rock star in the title role
    $400 16
Though we eat it in salads & think of it as a vegetable, this nightshade member that originated in South America is a fruit
    $400 1
Among the first to receive his polio vaccine in 1952 was this man himself, along with his wife & 3 sons
    $400 9
A deep black
(5)
    $400 17
In 1973 the Australian opera's production of Prokofiev's "War and Peace" was the first performance at this landmark
    $800 25
The publication of "Madame Bovary" & his trial for its offensiveness made him famous
    $800 3
Ex-heavyweight champ Max Baer appeared in 1956's "The Harder They Fall", the last film of this actor, sweetheart
    $800 21
A prawn looks like this saltwater animal, but the 2 have slightly different shells, & prawns don't brood eggs
    DD: $1,600 5
Born a slave in Missouri, this scientist received a B.S. in Agriculture from Iowa State in 1894
    $800 10
Lasting forever
(7)
    $800 18
This Spanish tenor made his operatic debut in a 1961 production of "La Traviata"
    $1200 26
Born & raised in Ireland, this 20th c. playwright said he wrote in French because that made it easier to have no style
    $1200 4
In this 1939 classic William Holden played a gifted violinist who took up boxing to further his musical career
    $1200 22
Though related to a turnip, whose interior flesh is white, this vegetable is larger & has yellow flesh
    $1200 6
In 1610 he made the amazing discovery of 4 objects circling Jupiter; he dubbed them "Medicean stars"
    $1200 11
White Alpine flower
(9)
    $1200 19
Count Almaviva is a character in this Italian's "Barber of Seville", first performed in Rome on Feb. 20, 1816
    $1600 27
This tragic dramatist who died in 1699 has the same name as a Wisconsin city
    $1600 7
Cassius Clay, playing himself, ends the career of Mountain Rivera in this 1962 "Requiem"
    $1600 23
This bitter herb has nothing to do with equines; the first part of the word just denotes "big" or "strong"
    $1600 14
In 1943 he chose Los Alamos as the site for the Manhattan project lab; he'd gone to a boarding school nearby
    $1600 12
3-sided rapier
(4)
    $2000 28
Anti-colonialist writer Aime Cesaire from this Caribbean island was mayor of its capital, Fort-de-France
    $2000 8
John Garfield earned an Oscar nomination for playing a corrupt boxer who becomes champ in this 1947 film
    $2000 24
Found in the ocean, this is actually an animal, though its name implies it's the fruit from a gourd family plant
    $2000 15
This German's first law states that every planet follows an elliptical path around the sun
    $2000 13
A medicinal solution that acts as a cure-all
(6)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Adrianne Andrew
$15,600 $5,800 $8,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COLONISTS
Among the 6 children of this colonist were Mary, Freeborn, Mercy & Providence

Final scores:

Jason Adrianne Andrew
$17,201 $3,600 $17,197
3-day champion: $61,203 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Adrianne Andrew
$15,600 $4,600 $7,800
23 R,
2 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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