Show #5971 - Monday, July 26, 2010

Contestants

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Pamela Nelson, a newspaper copy editor and blogger from Clayton, North Carolina

John Cunningham, a research editor from Chicago, Illinois

Alison Stone Roberg, an administrative assistant from Kansas City, Missouri (whose 2-day cash winnings total $55,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

CROSS WORLD CLUES "C"
WHAT'S YOUR BEEF?
ORIGINAL TITLES IN LITERATURE?
PURE CLASS
ENDS WITH THE SAME 2 VOWELS
REMEMBER THE MANE
    $200 11
Sea known as the American Mediterranean
(9)
    $200 12
A specific cut of beef, or to hit a golf ball with the heel of the club, causing it to veer in the wrong direction
    $200 1
1937:
"Ferris Bilbo's Day Off"
    $200 21
Members of this are divided into 3 classes: class I comes up for re-election in 2012, class II in 2014 & class III in 2010
    $200 6
In the OED this word is also listed as a verb meaning "to bleat"
    $200 26
He's the fight promoter seen here
    $400 16
Bohemian central European country
(5, 8)
    $400 13
A nickname for Charles
    $400 2
1949:
"Big Brother & The Holding Co.: A Winston Smith Novel"
    $400 22
Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange brought one of these against the manufacturers
    $400 7
This loud female Gaelic spirit was believed to presage a death in the family
    $400 27
If you lived through the '70s you must remember her hair & probably that poster
    $600 17
Lacy French city
(9)
    $600 14
The left or right side of a military formation
    $600 3
Homer's 24-book sequel:
"Tell Penny I'll Be Right Back"
    $600 23
Companies issue this in classes such as common & preferred
    $600 8
A long, loose-hanging women's dress worn in Kahaluu & Punaluu
    $600 28
He's toured & recorded with his Large Band
    $800 18
Muy grande Mexican state
(9)
    $800 15
Don't leave your clothes on the floor; use this type of steak
    $800 4
Late 14th century:
"A Miller, a Reeve & a Nun Walk into a Bar"
    $800 24
In the plant world, the class Musci contains 2 major groups of this stuff, the true type & the peat type
    DD: $1,800 9
Multiple straight lines extending from the center of a circle to the circumference
    $800 29
If we had a time machine we'd go back to 1999 & ask this "Felicity" star not to cut that hair
    $1000 19
Phnom Penh country
(8)
    $1000 20
An urban district known for its vice & high crime rate
    $1000 5
1726:
"Where in the World Is Lemuel?"
    $1000 25
Born in 1818, he inherited the idea of class struggle from utopian Socialism & the theories of Henri de St. Simon
    $1000 10
In Acts 23 St. Paul declares himself this, a member of a Jewish sect noted for its strict obedience to tradition
    $1000 30
Remember when she & her wedge cut won gold at the '76 Olympics?

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

Alison John Pamela
$4,600 $4,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alison John Pamela
$7,600 $6,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ON THE BRITISH THRONE
TV MORTALITY
BIBLE WHO'S WHO
BUSINESS LETTERS
THE COLDEST PROFESSION
REMEMBER THE "MAIN"
    $400 6
Legend says Sir Walter Raleigh spread his cloak over a muddy spot for her to walk across
    $400 1
Adriana La Cerva & Ralph Cifaretto were whacked on this show
    $400 11
His surname is likely a corruption of the Latin "sicarius", meaning "murderer"
    $400 26
Fly right with UAL, the holding company for this
    $400 16
The cryogenic temperature range is defined as extending from -150 degrees C. all the way down to this
    $400 17
The principal dish at a meal
    $800 7
While in England in 1760, John Hancock attended the coronation of this king
    $800 2
On this series Principal Flutie was eaten by hyena-like students & Principal Snyder was eaten by a demon mayor
    $800 12
If Gath had a basketball team, he would have been its star
    $800 27
From coast-to-coast, people know that the A & P in A&P Supermarkets stand for this
    $800 22
The field of cryogenics had its inception in 1877, the year this element was first cooled into a liquid at -183 C.
    $800 18
He's a guy's best male friend, his No. 1 buddy, his this
    $1200 8
The cute pups seen here are named for a king with this first name
    $1200 3
In an infamous "Cheers" episode, this character's husband, Eddie LeBec, was run over by a Zamboni
    $1200 13
The object of a wager befween God & Satan; has a book named for him
    $1200 28
TCBY is "The Country's Best" this; they have great toppings too
    $1200 23
An important commercial use of cryogenics is the freezing of LNG, liquified this fuel, for storage & transport
    $1200 19
A central computer that supports peripheral or subordinate ones
    $1600 9
This queen was the last of the house of Hanover
    $1600 4
This British character has "died" at least 7 times (including Spectrox poisoning!); luckily he regenerates
    DD: $1,600 14
His first son, Lamech, was born when he was 187
    DD: $3,000 29
For what it's worth, the V in CVS Pharmacies stands for this
    $1600 24
In 1981 this ill-fated shuttle, the first in space, was launched with the aid of cryogenic propellants
    $1600 20
10-letter word for the prevailing current of thought or opinion
    $2000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from in front of the Bayeux Tapestry.) The tapestry opens in 1064 with this childless king on England's throne; 11th century sources say the meeting is about naming his successor
    $2000 5
At 704 Hauser St., Astoria, Queens this character died in her sleep from a stroke in 1980
    $2000 15
In the Book of Judges, he's famous for blowing on his trumpet
    $2000 30
Ka-ching! NCR was once known by this longer name
    $2000 25
Cryogenics is used to create greatly reduced electrical resistance in many materials, a phenomenon called this
    $2000 21
A strong rope on a sailing vessel, or a chief support on which you rely

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alison John Pamela
$17,800 $4,400 $15,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY BRAWLS
At Key West in 1936, Wallace Stevens broke his hand punching this man, who responded by knocking Stevens down

Final scores:

Alison John Pamela
$30,001 $8,800 $20,000
3-day champion: $85,102 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alison John Pamela
$15,400 $4,400 $15,000
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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