Show #5960 - Friday, July 9, 2010

2010 Kids Week game 5.

Contestants

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Sita Yerramsetti, an eleven-year-old from Houston, Texas

Jack Weisman, a twelve-year-old from Beachwood, Ohio

Vivian Lappenbusch, a twelve-year-old from Seattle, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

HUMAN BODY NUMBERS
PRO SPORTS
SOUNDS LIKE A NEW POKEMON
LITERARY MONSTERS
FARMVILLE
E BEFORE I
    $200 13
Total digits on all my hands & feet
    $200 3
Toronto's pro hockey team is named for this, also seen on Canada's flag
    $200 26
Chimu won't defeat anyone nowadays: it's a people of Peru defeated by this empire in the 1400s
    $200 1
Assembled from dead bodies, the monster in this Mary Shelley book turns against his creator
    $200 21
On a farm who needs an alarm clock when you have this bird's cock-a-doodle-doo to wake you?
    $200 8
The person who lives next door
    $400 14
You've got 24 of these in the front of your chest, protecting your inner organs
    $400 4
This 4-letter word is the second "a" in NASCAR
    $400 27
Melodeon's only power is to give enjoyment: it's a reed one of these
    $400 2
Title monsters in this skin-crawling R.L. Stine series include a mummy, a scarecrow & a snowman
    $400 22
It's a 4-letter wired cage or enclosure for chickens, though they may wish to fly it & go free
    $400 9
Legally, adult status is achieved at this age
    $600 15
Of 106, 206 or 506, the approximate number of bones in the human body
    $600 5
The Spare Tires, a male dance team, perform at this NBA team's home games
    $600 28
If you put down in your pokedex that you have anorak, you've got one of these, similar to a parka
    $600 16
In a Jules Verne work, the Nautilus has to deal with a big one of these, referred to as a devilfish
    $600 23
Hey! usually the hay you use on a farm is tightly compressed in this 4-letter bundle
    $600 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.)

Blood vessels called arteries are connected by means of capillaries to this other type of blood vessel
    $800 19
There are about 700 of these in the human body, including biceps & triceps
    $800 6
This baseball team plays its home games in the Miami area's Sun Life stadium
    $800 29
Scimitar could help you win some battles: it's a type of this
    $800 17
This offspring of a woman & a bull is one of the monsters in the Percy Jackson books
    DD: $1,000 24
It's the time when ripened crops are gathered, or the yield of crops themselves.
    $800 11
Not native
    $1000 20
These are the largest of the 6 major pairs of joints in the human body
    $1000 7
This golfer dominated her sport like no other in recent decades
    $1000 30
Plateosaurus was a grass type of dinosaur; it wasn't a carnivore or omnivore but this third type
    $1000 18
In a Barbara Jean Hicks story, monsters are tricked into eating these veggies when told they're giant trees
    $1000 25
Important breeds of this on a farm include the brown Swiss & Holstein
    $1000 12
5-letter adjective meaning unusual or eccentric

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

Vivian Jack Sita
$800 $4,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Vivian Jack Sita
$2,800 $8,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
FUN WITH COLORS
THOUGHT FOR FOOD
PREFIXES
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
FACE THE MUSIC
    $400 5
Lincoln wrote 5 different versions of this Nov. 19, 1863 speech & made several changes as he spoke; nice ad-libbing, Abe!
    $400 23
Shades of white include oyster & this oyster gem
    $400 9
It can precede nog, plant & beater
    $400 1
Before -naut & -physics, it means "star"
    $400 21
Once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire, it's now the capital of Austria
    $400 16
You might have seen this country gal singing the National Anthem at the 2010 Super Bowl
    $800 6
From Nov. 1864 through April 1865, this Union general led a march of 62,000 troops through the South
    $800 24
A pale tan, like the color of a certain oval-shaped nut used to make marzipan
    $800 10
The tasty treats seen here are called these in blankets
    $800 2
The manu- in manuscript literally means it was written this way
    $800 22
The Ionian Sea & the Tyrrhenian Sea are parts of this larger sea
    $800 26
This young singer-actress is the daughter of a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader
    $1200 7
On Jan. 21, 1861 he made a moving farewell speech in the Senate pleading for peace; a month later, he was the Confederate Pres.
    $1200 25
A moderate to brilliant shade of yellow is named for this citrus fruit
    $1200 11
A good source of vitamin C & some B vitamins, it's German for "sour cabbage"
    $1200 3
It it lived up to the milli-part of its name, a millipede with have this many feet
    $1200 18
Hokkaido is one of this country's main islands
    $1200 27
Hey, Steven, or whatever your name is, we hope you know the name of this singer
    DD: $3,000 8
Site of the first battle, this fort was incomplete & its 60 guns pointed out to sea
    $1600 19
Something that demands attention, or a warning banner you might want to "raise"
    $1600 12
A New Jersey diner sold a 50-pound burger named for this home of ancient Greece's gods
    $1600 4
Before sphere, it means "half"
    $1600 17
In Australia, this city is second only to Sydney in population
    $1600 29
He's the only alliteratively-named singer in his sibling-based band
    $2000 13
On July 21, 1861 Gen. Barnard Bee said, "There is Jackson, standing like" one of these & a nickname was born
    $2000 28
This organization was founded in 1971; its efforts to save the whales gained worldwide attention
    $2000 14
The origin of this pastry dates back over 300 years
    $2000 15
An -ologist who specifically studies birds gets this Greek prefix before his or her name
    DD: $3,000 20
This mountain range separates Spain & France
    $2000 30
You're just in time to name this singing sensation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Vivian Jack Sita
$4,000 $21,400 $19,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS FOR KIDS
In Wonderland, Alice comes upon a mad tea-party attended by the Hatter, March Hare, & this creature, who's asleep

Final scores:

Vivian Jack Sita
$0 $4,799 $1
3rd place: $1,000 Winner: $15,000 + a family vacation to the Galápagos Islands 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Vivian Jack Sita
$4,000 $20,200 $17,600
6 R,
1 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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