Show #5967 - Tuesday, July 20, 2010

John Krizel game 3.

Contestants

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Donna Gottlieb, a homemaker and Army wife originally from Hillsdale, New Jersey

Gene Beed, a pediatrician and professional moderator from Irvine, California

John Krizel, a green community program coordinator from Beckley, West Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $46,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

TOP U.S. FRANCHISES
CLASSIC MOVIE ORIGINAL DIALOGUE?
(Alex: You have to identify the film for us.)
HELLO, DOLL-Y
CREATURES OF NATURE
1984
BIG "BROTHER"
    $200 6
Oh, thank heaven for this largest chain of convenience stores where you can get a Big Gulp day or night
    $200 7
"No thanks, Mrs. Robinson. I don't know what a 'cougar' is & I don't think I want to find out. Is Elaine home?"
    $200 26
This type of doll represents a particular person; sticking pins in it is said to reinforce spells cast on that person
    $200 21
Taking the 'go" out of escargot, this mollusk is said to be able to lie dormant for months at a time
    $200 1
January 1:
This Southeast Asian sultanate gains its full independence from Great Britain
    $200 16
Zeppo or Gummo
    $400 9
Ante up the money & you can have one of these hardware stores; it's "the helpful place"
    $400 8
"Oh, geez... George, it turns out Bedford Falls would be better off if you'd never been born. Now... this is awkward"
    $400 27
In the 1880s this inventor reduced the size of a phonograph so that it could fit inside a doll & make it "talk"
    $400 22
The peregrine type of this bird can reach speeds of 200 mph in a dive
    $400 2
January 24:
Apple introduces this influential computer model
    $400 17
A sibling by marriage, not genetics
    $600 12
"Grill & chill" with this franchise that's been serving up its soft-serve ice cream since 1940
    $600 10
"No, no, no, I'm Antoninus! I'm not that guy! You want him! He's right there! The one that looks like Kirk Douglas"
    $600 28
Mattel has announced 2 new "I Can Be..." dolls of her: news anchor & computer engineer
    $600 23
See this alliterative sea creature? It can pack a 300- to 650-volt wallop
    $600 3
May 19:
Led by a Great One, this Canadian team takes its first Stanley Cup
    $600 18
5-word nickname of Philadelphia
    DD: $1,000 14
This women-only circuit-training fitness center began franchising in 1995
    $800 11
"No. Wilson woulda killed you, Terry. You wouldn't have been a contender, just a bum, which is what you are. Sorry."
    $800 29
Chrissa Maxwell, who moved to Minnesota to live with her grandmother, is the 2009 girl of the year in this line
    $800 24
Now known as an insurance mascot, this type of lizard gets a grip using its roughly 14,000 setae on each footpad
    $800 4
August 21:
Half a million people march through the streets of Manila protesting this president's rule
    $800 19
Sanguine term for a steadfast friend
    $1000 15
Begun in Japan, this chain of math & reading centers ranks as the top tutoring services franchise
    $1000 13
"Oh, Rosebud! I thought you said something else. That was his sled. That all you need? I'm kinda busy"
    $1000 30
This doll with the red-&-white striped legs & red yarn hair was created by cartoonist Johnny Gruelle in 1915
    $1000 25
The Hercules type of this insect can lift things 850 times its own weight
    $1000 5
Jan. 3:
Syria frees a U.S. Navy flier following a visit from this U.S. politician; June 27: Cuba frees 48 prisoners ditto
    $1000 20
The title of this WWII-set miniseries is also a phrase from Shakespeare's "Henry V"

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

John Gene Donna
$3,600 $3,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Gene Donna
$7,000 $6,800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOMETRY
PRO NOUNS
OPERA CHARACTERS
CAN YOU PICTURE IT?
STATE LAKES
(Alex: We'll give you the lake, you identify the state for us.)
FROM THE GREEK
    $400 11
A cube has this many sides
    $400 16
Pro golfers know this term for an assistant comes from Latin for "head"
    $400 1
In various versions of "Othello", she's smothered, strangled or stabbed to death
    $400 21
In 2008, this leader went from president to prime minister, but he's still very powerful
    $400 6
Yellowstone Lake
    $400 26
Greek gives us this word for a poetic foot of 2 syllables, an unstressed followed by a stressed
    $800 12
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a geometric animation on the monitor.) When three boxes form a right triangle, the sum of the squares in the top two boxes is equal to the number of squares in the larger box, illustrating this geometric theorem
    $800 17
Baseball pros are familiar with this geometric name for the area where the next hitter waits his turn
    $800 2
Yum-Yum, who is due to marry Ko-Ko, falls in love with the minstrel Nanki-Poo in this operetta
    $800 22
He's the multiple gold medal-winning Olympian seen here
    $800 7
Grand Lake O' the Cherokees
    $800 27
This bowl-shaped depression at the mouth of a volcano is from the Greek for "mixing vessel"
    $1200 13
No matter how many sides a convex polygon has, the sum of its exterior angles will always equal this many degrees
    $1200 18
A tennis pro can teach you not to step over the baseline while you serve--that would be one of these
    DD: $1,200 3
A one-act opera based on an episode in "Great Expectations" is called this woman's "Wedding night"
    $1200 23
The tattoo seen here was made with this reddish-orange dye
    $1200 8
Lake Shasta
    DD: $3,000 28
The name of this learning disability is partly from the Greek for 'word"
    $1600 14
An ellipse's center of symmetry is midway between these 2 points, abbreviated f.
    $1600 19
In pro basketball it's a violation to stay in this part of the court for more than 3 seconds
    $1600 4
This widower & hunchback is the court jester to the Duke of Mantua
    $1600 24
Seen here, the largest high relief sculpture in the world is located in this state
    $1600 9
Sam Rayburn Lake
    $1600 29
(Alex reports from a Ford Motor Company plant in Dearborn, MI.) To make jobs easier & safer, trucks on the assembly line are raised or lowered on these accordion lifts, which are called skillets; it's an example of this science of practical human engineering; it comes from the Greek word which means "work"
    $2000 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a geometric animation on the monitor.) Two identical regular pyramids with square bases attached base to base form the regular type of this geometrical figure in which all faces are equilateral triangles
    $2000 20
In pro hockey, it's 64 feet from the goal line to this line
    $2000 5
Characters in this John Adams opera include Chou En-lai, Chairman Mao & Henry Kissinger
    $2000 25
It's the cave where the work seen here was found; obviously, it was home to some of the first muralists
    $2000 10
Lake Peekskill
    $2000 30
It can be an introductory scene of a play or an introductory verse of a poem

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Gene Donna
$17,400 $16,000 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

LEGENDARY PUBLIC SERVANTS
In 1929 he became a special agent with the Treasury Department's Prohibition Bureau, Chicago Division

Final scores:

John Gene Donna
$32,001 $25,201 $4,600
3-day champion: $78,803 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Gene Donna
$17,400 $16,000 $10,600
23 R,
0 W
19 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $44,000

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