Show #5900 - Friday, April 16, 2010

2009-2010 Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational quarterfinal game 9.

Contestants

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CCH Pounder, an actress from Avatar and Brothers

Isaac Mizrahi, a fashion designer and TV personality from the QVC Network

Jane Curtin, an actress from Kate & Allie and 3rd Rock from the Sun

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SHIELD
THE 82nd ACADEMY AWARDS
TELL ME EVERYTHING
EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS
CURTAINS
SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
    $200 8
In the Middle Ages, circular shields were largely replaced by this shape, like something kids would "go fly"
    $200 11
These 2 men who played romantic rivals in "It's Complicated" were your hosts
    $200 22
Your average garden variety of this creature moves at about .03 miles per hour
    $200 16
Apples,
Walla Walla onions
    $200 1
This film character's curtain dress, made to match Vivien Leigh's eyes, is stored at the University of Texas
    $200 6
Food bought in a restaurant to be eaten at home
    $400 9
The targe, a wooden shield of this country north of England, was in use from the 12th c. through the rebellion of 1745
    $400 12
Barbra Streisand said, "The time has come" before announcing this best director winner
    $400 17
Chile,
frijole
    $400 2
In London during World War II, blackout curtains were drawn in anticipation of these Luftwaffe attacks
    $400 7
The most populous city in Poland
    $600 10
Late medieval "heater shields" are so called for their resemblance to the bottom of this household pressing device
    $600 21
"Did I just wear you all down?" plaintively asked this actress & first-time winner
    $600 18
Mayhaw jelly,
crawfish,
beignet
    $600 3
A curtain with its rod half-way up the window, seen here, is named for this four-letter type of establishment, seen here
    $600 13
A change of job within a company that's not a promotion or demotion is this kind of side-to-side move
    $800 23
When threatened, Roman legions joined shields to form a box called a testudo, the Latin term for this reptile
    $800 25
He continued a major awards haul for his performance as Nazi officer Hans Landa
    $800 19
Huckleberries,
potatoes
    DD: $300 4
The Thermaweave, which blocks light, is from a line of curtains named for this astronomical event
    $800 14
A 4-letter U.S. state (remember the category!)
    $1000 24
Hoplites, ancient warriors of Thebes & other parts of this land, got their name from a shield called the hoplon
    $1000 26
Supporting actress winner Mo'nique wore a gardenia in her hair in honor of this pioneering African-American actress
    $1000 20
Baked navy beans,
chocolate chip cookies,
cranberry juice
    $1000 5
In a theater, the curtain falls immediately behind this arch
    $1000 15
Someone who owns a big cattle farm

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jane Isaac CC
$1,300 $2,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Isaac CC
$5,900 $3,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MOUNT RUSHMORE
GRAMMY SONG OF THE YEAR
(Alex: ...which goes to the writer, and that's who you have to identify.)
COMPLETE THE AD SLOGAN
BESTSELLERS
"CEL"EBRITY WORDS
I'D RATHER PAY TAXES
    $400 16
Mount Rushmore is named for Charles Rushmore, a lawyer sent to check on land ownership in 1885 in what's now this state
    $400 17
1970:
Him for "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
    $400 1
McDonald's:
"We love to see you ____"
    $400 6
The early 1900s saw 2 different types of bestsellers in "The Jungle" & "Rebecca of" this "Farm"
    $400 11
The basement, or last place in the standings of a sports league
    $400 23
He died April 15, 1865, after a really bad night at the theater
    $800 22
This third president's head originally was on Washington's right then blasted away & resculpted on George's left
    $800 18
2007:
Her for "Rehab"
    $800 2
Visine:
"Gets the ____ out"
    $800 7
Good grief! His "Happiness Is a Warm Puppy" was a bestseller in 1963
    $800 12
These fatty deposits cause a dimpled appearance around the hips & thighs
    $800 24
This screen legend found herself alone at last April 15, 1990
    $1200 28
About 90% of the carving on the mountain, removing about 450,000 tons of granite, was done using this
    $1200 19
1983:
Him for "Every Breath You Take"
    $1200 3
Rolaids:
"How do you ____ relief?"
    $1200 8
If you want to make it in fashion, pick up Kelly Cutrone's "If You Have to" do this, "Go Outside"
    $1200 13
This clear wrap used to package food was developed from a failed attempt to invent stain-proof tablecloths
    $1200 25
Raymond Bailey, who played banker Milburn Drysdale on this sitcom, made his final withdrawl April 15, 1980
    $1600 20
1971:
Her for "You Got A Friend"
    $1600 4
Visa:
"It's ____ you want to be"
    DD: $4,200 9
This sci-fi scribe of "The Time Machine" also wrote hit nonfiction with "The Outline of History"
    $1600 14
This temperature scale has 100 units between the freezing point & the boiling point of water
    $1600 26
George Calvert, better known as Lord this, died clear across the pond from Maryland April 15, 1632
    $2000 21
1986:
"That's What Friends Are For"
(1 of 2)
    $2000 5
Libby's:
"...You will like it like it like it on your ____ ____ ____"
    $2000 10
A Sawtelle is a breed of dog in 2008's "The Story of" this young man
    $2000 15
Originally this word meant "unmarried"; its other meaning is a more recent development
    $2000 27
On April 15, 1980 this French existentialist got a firsthand look at being & nothingness

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Isaac CC
$19,900 $10,400 $1,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACTORS
In 1970 he became the first professional actor to be named a lord

Final scores:

Jane Isaac CC
$37,900 $20,800 $0
Winner: $50,000 to the U.S. Fund For UNICEF 2nd place: $25,000 to Good Shepherd Services 3rd place: $25,000 to the African Millennium Foundation

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jane Isaac CC
$20,400 $7,800 $1,200
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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