Show #5957 - Tuesday, July 6, 2010

2010 Kids Week game 2.

Contestants

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Will Walters, a twelve-year-old from Lexington, Kentucky

Ethan Waldman, a twelve-year-old from West Hills, California

Andrea Salt, a twelve-year-old from Gilbert, Arizona

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Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY "E"
RADIO DISNEY
PARTS OF PEACH
BE FRUITFUL & MULTIPLY
LET'S BOUNCE
RHYMES WITH SMART
    $200 21
It's the largest kingdom in the United Kingdom
    $200 26
"Party In The U.S.A." is by this singer who also plays a young lady named Hannah
    $200 13
If this part of a peach is downy or fuzzy, the fruit's called a peach; if it's smooth, a nectarine
    $200 1
4 x 12
    $200 6
This verb for bouncing a basketball sounds like you're slobbering
    $200 8
Blood pumper
    $400 22
(Tate: I'm Tate Shaffer aboard the National Geographic Endeavour. Alex: And...) We're here in the Galapagos Islands at zero degrees latitude, which means we're right above this imaginary line that goes all the way around the Earth
    $400 27
"Everybody Else" knows these huggable toys precede "On Fire" in the name of a Radio Disney top 30 band; do you?
    $400 14
Peaches are more than 80% this compound
    $400 2
7 x 7 x 2
    $400 7
Sound navigation& ranging is the full name for this device that bounces radio waves underwater
    $400 9
Small, slender missile thrown at a board in a game
    $600 23
This island in the South Pacific is named for the day of its discovery, a religious holiday
    $600 28
"The songs on 'Under My Skin' are...deeper than those on 'Let Go'" said this Canadian on Radio Disney's website
    $600 15
5-letter word for the hard interior of a peach
    $600 3
3 x 4 x 5 x 6
    $600 17
In this kid's game, you bounce a small rubber ball while picking up 6-pronged metal objects
    $600 10
It can be a separating line in your hair or a role in a play
    $800 24
Parts of the Arabian and Libyan deserts are found in this African country
    $800 29
"I Never Told You" this alliteratively named singer hit Disney's Top 30 with "Fallin' For You"; wait, I just did
    $800 16
These parts of a peach tree are glossy green, pointed & lance shaped
    $800 4
5 x 10 x 15
    $800 19
It's a type of bounce house, or a dance made famous by Michael Jackson
    $800 11
A graphic representation of information
    DD: $2,000 25
The family history you wrote for school might include entering the U.S. at this island in New York Bay
    $1000 30
Lead singer Ryan Tedder of this band has "All The Right Moves"
    $1000 18
These parts of a peach tree grow at nodes along the shoots of the previous season's growth; they're usually pink
    $1000 5
2 x 1,035
    $1000 20
This device whose name is from the Italian for "springboard" was perfected in the 1930s
    $1000 12
Composer Wolfgang

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

Andrea Ethan Will
$1,600 $200 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrea Ethan Will
$2,000 $3,800 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE CLASS
KIDS IN SPORTS
JUST THE FACTS
SEE & SAY
NEWS TO ME
IN THE DICTIONARY
    $400 1
99.95% of the mass of an atom is in this part
    $400 11
Park View of Chula Vista, California beat Taipei 6-3 to win this organization's 2009 World Series
    $400 12
This hero of several books is 11 when he discovers he's a wizard
    $400 26
Say the name of this type of mollusk you see
    $400 19
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake in this Caribbean country Jan. 12, 2010 brought a world outpouring of aid
    $400 6
It's the 4-letter name of the pleated skirt worn by men in Scotland
    $800 2
During this plant process, carbon dioxide & water combine with light energy to create oxygen & glucose
    $800 17
The perfect waves of New Zealand's Piha Beach were the site for the 2010 World Junior Championships of this
    $800 13
This city, the seat of Clark County, Nevada, has been called "the entertainment capital of the world"
    $800 27
Say this state that was admitted to the Union in 1859
    $800 20
This car company has been in the news for widespread recalls of its Corollas & other models
    $800 7
As an adjective, it can mean proper; as a verb, "to grade papers"
    $1200 3
The wedge is an adaptation of the simple machine called the inclined this
    $1200 18
With a mighty leap of 5'1", David Mosely set the U.S. 10 & under record in this event back in 1977
    $1200 14
This dog breed seen here is a loyal and protective companion
    $1200 28
Say the name of this bug; don't worry, it doesn't breathe fire
    $1200 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates, putting his arm over his mouth.) To avoid spreading germs & maybe flu, we learned the sneeze named for this character made famous in an 1897 book
    $1200 8
Maize is another word for this
    DD: $5,000 4
Of the 6 noble gases on the periodic table, it is the lightest
    $1600 24
11-year-old Ashlyn White won a 2009 U.S. youth title in this martial art in which you try to throw your opponent
    $1600 15
In 1751 the Penn Provincial Assembly placed the order for this symbol of freedom, now in Philadelphia
    $1600 29
Say the name of these big trees; it has a color in it
    $1600 22
In a surprise, Ted Kennedy's old Senate seat in this state went to a Republican in a January 2010 election
    DD: $5,000 9
This word for someone who walks comes from the Latin for "foot"
    $2000 5
Lava & igneous rock are formed from this hot liquid rock material found under the earth's crust
    $2000 25
This sport has an under-17 World Cup every 2 years; Haris Seferovic starred for the 2009 champion Switzerland
    $2000 16
He's the older son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana
    $2000 30
Say the name of this man you see shaking hands with the Premier of China
    $2000 23
Falcon Heene, who it turned out was safe at home, not flying over Colorado, became known as this "boy"
    $2000 10
Kayak is an example of this, a word that reads the same forwards & backwards

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrea Ethan Will
$1,600 $11,400 $30,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC WOMEN
She was born in Virginia around 1596 & died in Kent, England in 1617

Final scores:

Andrea Ethan Will
$2,200 $8,400 $29,999
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 Winner: $29,999 + a family vacation to Costa Rica & Panama

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrea Ethan Will
$1,600 $11,400 $22,200
10 R,
3 W
14 R,
4 W
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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