Show #5835 - Friday, January 15, 2010

Jason Zollinger game 4.

Contestants

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Joan Radell, a market researcher from Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania

Roddy Arz, an attorney from Brooklyn, New York

Jason Zollinger, an engine assembler from South Dayton, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $61,203)

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Jeopardy! Round

NATURE
GRISLY DISNEY
WANTED BY THE FBI
____ THE ____
PASS-IVE
"AGG"-RESSIVE
    $200 1
The hoary species of this mammal has a wingspan of about 16 inches & is one of the largest of its kind in North America
    $200 24
Oh, Scar, you ol' backstabber, say hello to your hyena friends; they want to chew the fat with you in this film
    $200 4
Hen Ben Haim is accused of running more than 500 fraudulent auctions on this website
    $200 11
In Matthew chapter 3, he preached, "Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand"
    $200 21
Used since the 13th century, St. Gotthard pass in Switzerland is in these mountains
    $200 16
An adjective for long, disheveled hair, or Scooby Doo's best buddy
    $400 2
The fisher, a type of weasel, avoids this rodent's quills by attacking its face & flipping it over on its back
    $400 27
(Hi, I'm Elizabeth Perkins.) I was the voice of Coral the clownfish in this film; sadly, I didn't survive the barracuda attack
    $400 7
Wanted for bank robbery, brown-eyed Jonathan Davis goes by the last name of this man, "Ol' Blue Eyes"
    $400 12
This stormin' Norman spent more than a third of his English reign out of the country & in fact died in Rouen in 1087
    $400 22
This strategically important pass lies on the border of Pakistan & Afghanistan
    $400 17
To wrangle with a merchant over the price of an item
    $600 3
Fish that are anadromous migrate from the sea to freshwater rivers to do this
    $600 28
After getting a glowing trident, Ursula grows big enough to get rammed by prince Eric's ship in this 1989 film
    $600 8
His FBI listing says he's wanted for 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies & is "a suspect in other terrorist attacks"
    $600 13
Obama told this Ohio blue-collar guy spreading the wealth was good; he became part of the McCain campaign
    $600 23
The Uspallata Pass in these mountains is home to a giant bronze statue of Christ
    $600 18
All your suitcases, or all your repressed psychological issues
    DD: $600 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows two similar-looking snakes on the monitor.) The common mnemonic "Red touch black, friend of jack; red touch yellow, kill a fellow" helps distinguish a harmless scarlet king snake from this extremely poisonous snake
    $800 9
The FBI wants Glen Stewart Godwin for both murder & a 1987 escape from this Calif. prison where Johnny Cash had the "Blues"
    $800 14
This spokesbovine for Borden began extolling the virtues of milk back in the 1930s
    $800 25
Daniel Boone led settlers into Kentucky through this pass that wasn't discovered by white Americans until 1750
    $800 19
The act of making something out to be more important than it really is
    $1000 6
The world's largest butterfly, Queen Alexandra's birdwing, inhabits the rainforest of this island nation, PNG
    $1000 10
The FBI wants this African country's Odowa Okuomose for bilking victims who were told they had to pay fees to claim big prizes
    $1000 15
In "Portrait of a Killer", Patricia Cornwell contends that this killer was actor & artist Walter Sickert
    $1000 26
Accessible in winter only by snowmobiles, the Charlotte Pass is found in this country's Snowy Mountains
    $1000 20
A proud, stiff, pompous gait

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jason Roddy Joan
$4,000 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Roddy Joan
$7,600 $2,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE IMPRESSIONISTS
BALLPARK NICKNAMES
HELL
MAGAZINES ON THE WEB
WE GO WAY BACK
"N" GAME
    $400 21
A few years after serving as a captain in the Franco-Prussian War, he painted "Dancer with a Fan"
    $400 8
"The House that Ruth Built"
    $400 6
A land of mist & cold, Niflheim was the lowest region of hell in this 5-letter mythology
    $400 26
Links at this magazine's site include "Rock the Rabbit", "The Girls Next Door" & "The Hef Pages"
    $400 16
Between 770 & 476 B.C., a time of struggle is called the Spring & Autumn Period in this Asian country's history
    $400 1
An aerie is an eagle's one of these
    $800 22
Camille Pissarro called this U.S.-born painter of "Arrangements" the only artist "of whom America can be justly proud"
    $800 12
"Chavez Ravine"
    $800 7
From the Latin for "hell", this adjective can refer to anything annoying, as in "Stop that ____ noise!"
    $800 27
"Color-a-Room" & leaf through the "Plant Encyclopedia" at bhg.com, this magazine's online home
    $800 17
Athens put larger Greek interests first & joined other cities to defeat this nation in the 480 B.C. battle of Salamis
    $800 2
From the Latin for "nine", it's actually the 11th in the Gregorian system
    $1200 23
The creator of Pointillism, he preferred the term Divisionism for the technique
    $1200 13
"The Eighth Wonder of the World"
    $1200 9
It's his hellish portal from 1880 seen here
    $1200 28
This mag's .com quizzes include "Do you know how to attract a guy" & "Are you TMI all the time?"
    $1200 18
In the 280s a renegade Roman officer named Carausius set himself up as ruler of part of Gaul & this island
    $1200 3
The "Blizzard of '93" was one of these storms that move up the Atlantic Coast along the Gulf Stream
    DD: $3,600 24
Finding Impressionism her cup of tea, this American first exhibited with the group in 1879 with "The Cup of Tea"
    $1600 14
"The Friendly Confines"
    $1600 10
Ulysses met up again with Agamemnon & Ajax in a place ruled by this god
    $1600 29
Let's map a way to this magazine's website where you can utilize its "Atlas Explorer"
    $1600 19
Islam's Sunni/Shi'a split goes back to the question of Ali Abi ibn Talib's right to hold this post, leader of the Muslim world
    $1600 4
Mr. Magoo could tell you myopia is the medical term for this condition
    $2000 25
Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in this city known for its porcelain & even apprenticed as a china painter at age 13
    $2000 15
Municipal Stadium in this Ohio city was not so affectionately known as "The Mistake by the Lake"
    $2000 11
Hellish delivery man depicted here
    DD: $1,000 30
The website for this defunct mag has the "most amazing collection of professional photography on the Web"
    $2000 20
In the 8th century this empire based in what's now Istanbul began its policy of iconoclasm, or "idol smashing"
    $2000 5
The hamlets of Igluligaarjuk, Qamani'tuaq & Ikaluktutiak are in this newest Canadian territory

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Roddy Joan
$14,600 $12,600 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS
On April 17, 1973 this company began operations with the launch of 14 small aircraft from Memphis International Airport

Final scores:

Jason Roddy Joan
$25,201 $25,199 $2
4-day champion: $86,404 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jason Roddy Joan
$15,600 $10,600 $9,000
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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