Show #5919 - Thursday, May 13, 2010

2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Christine Valada, a photographer and attorney originally from Walton, New York

Justin Bernbach, a lobbyist from Brooklyn, New York

Joey Beachum, an Air Force intelligence officer from Conway, Arkansas

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Jeopardy! Round

PAST LIVES
PUBLISHERS
FRANÇAIS TO ANGLAIS
COUNTRIES ENDING IN "E"
BRANDS
THE FINAL FORE
    $200 1
Before closing his "icebox" deal as an 1860s cabinet member, he served N.Y. as its governor & as a senator
    $200 2
Thomas Nelson is the biggest publisher in English of this all-time bestseller
    $200 19
There are gnarly 10-foot breakers at the plage, this place, monsieur dude!
    $200 12
It contains portions of historical Epirus & Attica
    $200 16
Ernie is the head baker & spokes-elf for this brand
    $200 27
In 2004 this "lefty" birdied 5 of the last 7 holes at Augusta to win his first major championship
    $400 7
On June 24, 1821 this Caracas-born leader crushed the Spanish army at Carabobo in Venezuela
    $400 11
In 2010 this website pulled Macmillan titles in a pricing dispute
    $400 23
We went on this, our lune de miel, in Vegas
    $400 6
On Feb. 27, 2010 a magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck it
    $400 17
This brand of English muffins makes much ado about its "nooks & crannies"
    $400 22
In the final round at Turnberry in 1977, Tom Watson outdueled Jack Nicklaus to win this major by a stroke
    $600 8
In 1607 this Brit set out on the Hopewell with his son John & a crew of 10 to find a northern sea route to Asia
    $600 24
Its homey logo is seen here
    $600 28
Peter Gabriel wanted to be your this, marteau de forgeron
    $600 3
It's found in Central America
    $600 18
This shoe brand is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SKX
    $600 13
In 1999 David Duval shot a record-tying last-round 59 to win this golf-loving comedian's "Classic" tournament
    $800 9
Women force their husbands to stop warring in this man's 411 B.C. play "Lysistrata"
    $800 25
Since 1990 this name has been paired with Collins
    $800 29
This 7-letter car part is un silencieux
    $800 4
A reactor at Chernobyl there kept operating 14 years after the accident
    DD: $2,200 20
In 1795 the king of Spain granted him the first license to commercially produce tequila
    $800 14
In 1978 this South African shot a final-round 64 to win the green jacket, & the Masters, by one stroke
    $1000 10
On Aug. 23, 1305 the English took this Scot's life & his freedom
    $1000 26
Oh Contessa! I must tell you that it's based in Toronto & publishes 110 titles a month
    $1000 30
Bouffee or souffle in French, it's found before adder or daddy in English
    $1000 5
This Asian island nation was ceded to the British East India Company in 1819
    $1000 21
Oddly, it was the sons of a Sicilian immigrant who created this brand of powdered hot cocoa
    $1000 15
4 months before his fatal jet crash, this golfer known for his old-time outfits rallied to win the 1999 U.S. Open

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

Joey Justin Christine
$2,800 $5,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Justin Christine
$3,200 $10,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NEW YORK TIMES SCIENCE TIMES
CABLE DRAMAS
SYMBOLISM
THE HECUBA, YOU SAY
AUSTRALIAN CAPITALS
THE FINAL "FORE"
    $400 25
nytimes.com calls these insects "the angels of agriculture"
    $400 14
Denis Leary has to deal with fires & ghosts as Tommy Gavin on this show
    $400 2
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an animation of Greek letters on the monitor.) Five Greek letters form a wheel--an early Christian symbol; they also spell "ichthus", meaning this--a symbol of Christ
    $400 1
She eloped with Paris, becoming Hecuba's daughter-in-law
    $400 3
In this capital of New South Wales, try the bridge climb, an exhilarating trek to the top of its Harbour Bridge
    $400 21
In front of
(6 letters)
    $800 27
A Times headline said Beelzebufo ampinga, at 10 pounds the largest of these ever, "hopped with dinosaurs"
    $800 26
Starz entered the arena with an ultra-bloody take on this character once played by Kirk Douglas
    $800 7
In meteorology 2 parallel lines denote this, not as dense as fog
    $800 4
One of Hecuba's daughters, she received the gift of prophecy & foresaw the destruction of Troy
    $800 9
It lies within the Australian Capital Territory
    $800 17
In front of, nautically
(5 letters)
    $1200 28
In February 2010 the Times reported on the decoding of the genomes of 5 South Africans, including this Bantu clergyman
    $1200 22
Jennifer Beals & Mia Kirshner are 2 of the women on this long-running Showtime drama
    $1200 13
This musical sign tells you to play "F", not F-sharp
    DD: $3,200 5
This son of Hecuba & title character of a Shakespeare play was ambushed & killed by Achilles
    $1200 10
The metro area of this Victoria capital contains more than 70% of the state's population
    $1200 18
Word of query addressed to Romeo
    DD: $3,000 29
The Dot Earth blog had an interview with the maker of this documentary about dolphin slaughter that just won an Oscar
    $1600 23
In one episode of USA's "Burn Notice", she reunited with her old TV partner, Tyne Daly
    $1600 15
On an electrical diagram, the symbol here denotes this device that steps current up or down
    $1600 6
Hecuba became the second wife of this king of Troy & had 19 children with him
    $1600 11
It was named for William IV's wife, who was queen when it was founded in 1836
    $1600 19
As a result or inference of what has been stated
    $2000 30
nytimes.com/health has a handy primer on the PSA blood test done on older gents, PSA standing for this
    $2000 24
Timothy Hutton leads a crew of crooks who help the downtrodden get revenge against bigwigs on this TNT drama
    $2000 16
The symbol here could stand for the U.S. as alchemists used it to mean a crucible, also called this 2-word term
    $2000 8
Hecuba lays a guilt trip on this eldest son for going into his final combat
    $2000 12
ANZAC Square War Memorial in this Queensland capital honors Aussie war vets
    $2000 20
A garment worn by a child, perhaps aboard an operatic ship

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Justin Christine
$4,600 $25,800 $10,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSY PRESIDENTS
He had previously been a U.S. senator, minister to France, England & Spain, Secretary of War, Secretary of State & Governor of Virginia

Final scores:

Joey Justin Christine
$0 $25,836 $2,400
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joey Justin Christine
$7,600 $22,400 $10,200
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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