Show #5888 - Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Contestants

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Matt Drury, a government analyst from New York, New York

Pat Garahan, an inventor from Coronado, California

Stacy Braverman, a public interest lawyer from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,984)

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Jeopardy! Round

A TOMB WITH A VIEW
THE INCREDIBLE HULKS
SNACKS ON A PLANE
MYTHING IN ACTION
SCHOOLS OF ROCK
SWEET WORD OF YOUTH
    $200 2
Among the more than 100 tombs within this Vatican City church are those of 91 popes & Queen Christina of Sweden
    $200 6
Akebono, a grand champion of this sport of hulks, is seen here
    $200 7
Bon appetit! On long flights, this airline serves baguettes, cheese & champagne in the "affaires" cabin
    $200 20
The yata-no-kagami mirror was used by the sun goddess Amaterasu to bring light to the world in this country's mythology
    $200 16
The University of Arkansas has a campus in this state capital
    $200 1
A young person may be shallow as well as this word that rhymes with shallow & means "immature"
    $400 3
UNESCO calls this, a world heritage site since 1983, "The jewel of Muslim art in India"
    $400 12
Fan favorite & part-time big movie star seen here
    $400 8
Allergy concerns have caused most carriers to discontinue these snacks, but Northwest still serves 'em
    $400 21
Maori legend says the South Island of this country is the canoe of the Polynesian demi-god Maui
    $400 18
The university named for these is in Colorado Springs
    $400 17
The UK's Eglantyne Jebb founded the organization "Save" them
    DD: $1,000 4
You'll also find a First Lady in this structure in Manhattan's Morningside Heights section
    $600 13
One-time big sportsman & even bigger businessman seen here
    $600 9
USA! USA! This red-white-&-blue carrier will sell you a 4-ounce chocolate chip cookie for just 3 bucks
    $600 24
The wooden statue Palladium kept this city safe until Odysseus & Diomedes took it
    $600 19
"Science for the benefit of humanity" is the motto of the NYC school named for & founded by this man in 1901
    $600 22
It can mean "not experienced" or "without salt & pepper"
    $800 5
Venezuela's heroes are entombed in this, from the Greek for "temple of all the gods"
    $800 14
It's the appliance nickname of the former football star seen here
    $800 10
United's "classic snackbox" includes this brand of gourmet jelly beans
    $800 29
One legend says this was given by the Lady of the Lake & thrown back in the lake on King Arthur's death
    $800 26
Missouri's Rockhurst University was founded in 1910 by this Catholic teaching order
    $800 23
It's the J in Jaycees
    $1000 25
This ancient wonder built for the ruler of Caria gave us the generic term for any large tomb
    $1000 15
This big swinger has gained a rep both on & off the course
    $1000 11
This Atlanta-based airline's "flight delights" includes hummus, pita chips & a deck of miniature playing cards
    $1000 30
Now an emblem of the medical profession, it was the staff carried by Mercury
    $1000 28
Jane Addams was one of the first to receive a B.A. degree at Rockford College in this state
    $1000 27
Fledgling can mean a young or inexperienced person or, in the animal world, one of these

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

Stacy Pat Matt
$600 $2,600 $5,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stacy Pat Matt
$2,800 $4,000 $7,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T BE KING
BOB MARLEY & ME
SOUTH SPECIFIC
THERE MIGHT BE BLOOD
WHERE BEAGLES DARE
THE "EX" FILES
    $400 7
Later dug up & hanged, Oliver Cromwell's body was originally buried in this church upon his death in 1658
    $400 9
To commemorate the birth of reggae legend & native son Bob Marley, Feb. 6, 1990 was a national holiday in this country
    $400 22
"A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur" is a lesser play by this man with a southern state in his name
    $400 4
Yellow fever is primarily carried by the Aedes aegypti species of this bloodsucker
    $400 17
Here, a member of the Department of Agriculture's Beagle Brigade sniffs for contraband at LAX in this city
    $400 1
Good thing for tourists that Honolulu's Diamond Head is this type of volcano
    $800 8
"In the name of God, go!" declared Cromwell in dismissing the so-called "Rump" version of this in 1653
    $800 10
Inducting Marley into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, this U2 singer said Bob was "showman, shaman, human"
    $800 23
Allan Gurganus shot to fame with his novel about the "Oldest Living" this who "Tells All"
    $800 26
This nocturnal insect, Cimex lectularius, often finds shelter in the seams, tufts & crevices of mattresses
    $800 18
The valiant termite-detecting beagle here is ready for action in Chapel Hill in this state
    $800 2
Rachael Ray is such a fan of this type of olive oil that she even launched her own brand
    $1200 13
Oliver Cromwell ruled between these 2 kings, a father & son
    $1200 11
In February 1979 Marley & his group headlined at this Harlem venue, the first reggae band to do so
    $1200 24
A Miami Herald columnist since 1985, he's known for comic novels about Floridian corruption
    $1200 28
There are more than 10,000 species of this bloodsucker but Pulex irritans is the one used in most "circuses"
    $1200 19
The Christchurch Beagles representing one of the colleges of this English university are ready for a hunt
    $1200 3
A type of tax, it can also mean to cut out, like a tumor
    $1600 14
When he ruled England from 1653 to 1658, Oliver Cromwell went by this 2-word title
    $1600 12
Marley said his backup band was named this "because we started out crying"
    DD: $2,000 25
He's the late American novelist heard here:

"I suppose I had been thinking about Nat Turner for many, many years."
    $1600 29
In 19th century France, this aquatic worm was raised on farms by the thousands for medicinal purposes
    $1600 20
See Uno receive his admirers after winning the Westminster Kennel Club's Best in Show at this New York City venue
    $1600 5
In England, the Chancellor of this is the Minister of Finance
    $2000 15
Cromwell's Puritan followers were known as these for their closely cropped hair
    DD: $2,500 16
"War", a song off Bob's 1976 album "Rastaman Vibration", had lyrics taken from a speech by this emperor
    $2000 27
This debut novel by Carson McCullers empathetically tracks an isolated misfit in a Georgia town
    $2000 30
Only the female of this "equine" pest of the family Tabanidae feeds on blood; the male feeds on nectar
    $2000 21
First Beagles Him & Her are campaigning for this man, their owner, in 1964
    $2000 6
(Kelly of the Clue Crew bends her right fingers and arm.) Flexor muscles allow you to bend joints, like curling your fingers or bending your arm at the elbow; the muscles that straighten the joints are this opposite type

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stacy Pat Matt
$7,900 $14,000 $23,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INTO AFRICA
James Bruce taught himself Arabic & Amharic to prepare for his 1768 journey upriver in search of this spot

Final scores:

Stacy Pat Matt
$9,402 $8,000 $18,799
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,799

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stacy Pat Matt
$10,400 $13,600 $23,000
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,000

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