Show #5862 - Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Contestants

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Stewart Yeargin, a restaurant owner from Greenville, South Carolina

Tom Toce, an actuary from New York, New York

Ginny Bartlett, a parish administrator from Bath, Maine (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SANCTITY OF MARRIAGES
BASEBALL HALL OF FAMERS' TEAMS
(Alex: You identify the team for us.)
TOWERS
STATE FAIR FOODS
VEGAS CASINOS
IT'S 2-LETTER TIME
    $200 7
His marriages ended in divorce, execution, death, divorce, execution & widowhood
    $200 8
Catcher Roy Campanella
    $200 4
Seen here are the world's first leaning high-rise buildings--Puerto de Europa in this country
    $200 21
A finalist in the 2008 Big Tex Choice Awards was a deep-fried version of this chocolaty campfire treat; who wants another?
    $200 26
The casino so nice they named it twice, this place has room types called the Skyline & Broadway Deluxe
    $200 1
This 2-letter conjunction is used to indicate an alternative
    $400 15
At the time of his death, this second leader of the Mormon Church had married 56 women
    $400 9
Left fielder & first baseman Willie Stargell
    $400 5
Societe Generale bank has built towers in the La Defense section of this city
    $400 22
Iowa's hot beef sundae includes a buttery scoop of these, topped with gravy & cheese & garnished with a cherry tomato
    $400 27
Hail, yes! There's a 4,100-seat Colosseum to showcase acts like Bette Midler & Cher at this casino
    DD: $1,000 2
The dictionary gives 2 meanings for it: an eastern Asian shrub, also the 7th tone of the diatonic scale
    $600 16
This biblical king had 700 wives & 300 concubines; when did he find time to write all those songs?
    $600 10
Third baseman Brooks Robinson
    $600 6
To stop suburban flight, elevator operators' & janitors' unions developed the Marina City Towers in this Midwest city
    $600 23
Get 'em while they're hot! This fried pastry with a cone-shaped utensil in its name is a favorite at state fairs
    $600 28
There's a SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D ride here; still trying to figure out the King Arthur's sword angle on that
    $600 3
In "Little Women" this tomboy wrote plays for her sisters to perform
    $800 17
Khadijah was this Islamic leader's first wife; after her death he took others
    $800 11
Pitcher Bob Feller
    $800 13
The Renoir Towers rise over the Rio de la Plata in this South American country
    $800 24
At the California State Fair, a sign for these fried amphibian appendages said, "Tastes like chicken"
    $800 29
Enjoy rock star lemonades & world famous DJs at the rehab poolside party at this hotel
    $800 19
The object of this Japanese board game, over 3,000 years old, is to capture territory on a board of intersecting lines
    $1000 18
This brutal Ugandan leader had 6 wives, long-serving concubines & a succession of casual mistresses
    $1000 12
Right fielder Al Kaline
    $1000 14
Seen here are the world headquarters towers (nicknamed "Debit" & "Credit") for this bank in Frankfurt
    $1000 25
A recent hit at the Florida State Fair was this sweet, crisp & hickory-flavored meat dipped in chocolate
    $1000 30
Ricky Ricardo is not headlining at this hotel, but you can enjoy "the Soprano's Last Supper" with Tony Baritone
    $1000 20
This Irish term for one's father is the title of a 1978 Tony Award-winning play by Hugh Leonard

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

Ginny Tom Stewart
$1,200 $3,200 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ginny Tom Stewart
$1,600 $6,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTERNET FAVORITES
YOU TUBE
FLICK ARRR!
EPIC CURIOUS
INFO PLEASE
"YA"HOO!
    $400 22
Our writers visit search.eb.com, which brings you to the website for this reference work that's been around since 1768
    $400 5
The circle of Willis, a ring of arteries in this organ, is a fail-safe system to ensure it a steady blood supply
    $400 9
Johnny Depp got gold caps for his turn as Captain Jack Sparrow in this 2003 film
    $400 3
Wiglaf is a loyal companion of this Anglo-Saxon epic hero
    $400 14
Number of feet in a mile
    $400 1
An expensive sailing vessel used for pleasure
    $800 23
Dating back to the 1920s, this broadcaster precedes .co.uk in a news website
    $800 10
This 1991 film retold the story of Peter Pan & was named for Peter's pirate nemesis (Dustin Hoffman)
    $800 4
An American epic, this 1985 Larry McMurtry tale of a cattle drive sweeps from Texas to Montana
    $800 15
Number of U.S. presidents named George
    $800 2
A Hebrew name for God
    $1200 24
The online news dispensary called this "Report" isn't named for menial work but for its creator Matt
    $1200 11
Westley (Cary Elwes) becomes the Dread Pirate Roberts & rescues Buttercup (Robin Wright) in this flick
    $1200 6
About 1,600 years old, the Mahabharata is an epic written in this language
    $1200 16
Last No. 1 hit for the duo of Simon & Garfunkel
    $1200 19
This city of 60,000 southeast of Seattle bears the name of a Native American tribe
    $1600 25
4chan.org is a collaborative community known for posting these on the net, usually in .jpeg or .gif form
    DD: $3,000 12
Kevin Kline starred as the pirate king in the film adaptation of this operetta
    DD: $2,000 7
"Gerusalemme liberata" depicts these military conflicts that took place 500 years before the work was written
    $1600 17
David Obey chairs this U.S. House committee with responsibility for spending
    $1600 20
Japanese-style grilled chicken kebabs; yum!
    $2000 26
In 2000 the website named for this recently used weapon was acquired by Court TV
    $2000 13
In a 2004 film Steve the Pirate plays this title sport on Vince Vaughn's Average Joe's team
    $2000 8
This epic poet was satirized in ancient times with a mock epic called "Battle of the Frogs and the Mice"
    $2000 18
It's the better-known name of the ICPO, International Criminal Police Organization
    $2000 21
Worn so that only the eyes are visible, it's a traditional veil worn by some Muslim women

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ginny Tom Stewart
-$800 $15,800 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MONARCHS
In 2001 Bulgaria elected as prime minister its former child monarch, the only person now living to have held this royal title

Final scores:

Ginny Tom Stewart
-$800 $6,400 $3
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $6,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ginny Tom Stewart
-$800 $14,400 $11,600
7 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $25,200

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