Show #6011 - Monday, November 1, 2010

Contestants

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Silvio Menzano, a psychologist and university counseling center director from Washington, D.C.

Molly Adams, a radio host and producer from Chicago, Illinois

Marie Braden, a customer service representative from Tempe, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURE
SINGLE-NAMED SINGERS' LAST NAMES
MAKES SENSE
MUSHROOMS
IN THE CLOSET
NICE "AB"s!
    $200 24
In 1932 he created the Taliesin fellowship for those wanting to learn organic architecture
    $200 1
Rock royalty from Minneapolis: Nelson
    $200 8
Things that fell from the skies in Aristotelian times were known as these, from which a science later took its name
    $200 21
This term for the top of a mushroom can also be a small hat
    $200 6
6-letter term for the type of closet with room for a person, not only clothes; Mariah Carey has one just for her underwear
    $200 12
It means detestable or loathsome, though I have no beef with the snowman, myself
    $400 25
At each end, a pitched roof has one of these triangles, from an Old English word meaning "fork"
    $400 2
Late Tejano singer: Quintanilla
    $400 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands by a board displaying numbers and letters.) In a simple substitution code, each number stands for its corresponding letter; for example, 3 15 23 spells COW, while 26 5 2 18 1 spells the name of this animal
    $400 22
This term often given to a poisonous mushroom sounds like a chair for a frog's cousin
    $400 7
Store this item from a memorable day in acid-free paper, especially if it's a Vera Wang, who's made them since 1990
    $400 13
It precedes "...all hope, ye who enter here"
    $600 30
This Greek order of columns was the first created & the only one that normally has no base
    $600 3
Barbados-born singer & covergirl: Fenty
    $600 10
Residents of this "Crossroads of the World" country can see the sun rise over the Pacific & set over the Atlantic
    $600 23
Mushrooms are classed in the phylum Basidiomycota in this kingdom
    $600 11
Rubbermaid's Home Free Closet Kit is one of these, also someone trying to attract union membership
    $600 14
Heeeeey, this job title for the head of a monastery
    $800 29
The wheel-shaped windows found in Gothic cathedrals are known by this floral name
    $800 4
In the '60s they called him "Mellow Yellow": Leitch
    $800 19
This grassroots movement founded by Annabel Park invariably draws comparisons to the Tea Party
    $800 26
These large, dark edible mushrooms of Asia take their name from the Japanese for "oak mushroom"
    $800 17
Your wear on Friday shelf may have these casual pants whose logo is seen here
    $800 15
It's a turn of 180 degrees from the position of attention
    $1000 28
In 1851 Joseph Paxton designed this building for a London exhibition using a prefab iron frame & glass panels
    $1000 5
Get "Caught Up" with this R&B singer: Raymond
    DD: $2,000 20
This 4-digit number is the Hollywood production company of director Chris Columbus
    $1000 27
The name of this widely eaten variety, Agaricus bisporus, implies that it's cute
    $1000 18
A coiled spring is often part of these items that preserve the shape of hubby's brogues
    $1000 16
This large mollusk is used as a source of mother-of-pearl

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Marie Molly Silvio
$3,000 $3,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marie Molly Silvio
$6,600 $8,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MIKHAIL GORBACHEV
FILL IN THE TV TITLE
"NEW" GEOGRAPHY
IT'S HYPHENATED
A NOVEL SUM-UP
FRONTWORDS & BACKWORDS
(Alex: Each correct response will consist of two words--one of them being exactly the reverse of the other one.)
    $400 24
In 1952 Mikhail Gorbachev hit this big city to enter its state university law school; he graduated in 1955
    $400 1
Bristol Palin made a cameo: "The Secret Life of the ____ ____"
    $400 8
Moncton in this Canadian province was the cultural center of the Acadians
    $400 21
With 7, Nolan Ryan holds the record for having pitched the most of these rare games
    $400 2
Cervantes at your service; long knight's journey into day; Rocinante is the horse he rode in on
    $400 12
Bosses do this, to writers' dismay; also, what happens at sea twice a day
    $800 25
In his 1991 lecture on winning this, Mikhail spoke of "a fundamentally new phase in our international cooperation"
    $800 4
Counterfeiter Neal Caffrey helps the FBI: "White ____"
    $800 14
On the banks of India's Yamuna River, it was dedicated in 1931
    $800 22
Elvis Presley was fond of biscuits & this "colorful" gravy made from bacon drippings & black coffee
    $800 3
Friend or Defoe?: the original "Survivor"; cannibals don't make for good company; thank God it's Friday!
    $800 13
A part of the body where the food goes; flip it around, it's a ship that tows
    $1200 5
Gentlemen, start your engines: "RuPaul's ____ Race"
    $1200 15
This city, later New York, was founded by the Dutch in 1624
    $1200 23
According to its initials, an ATV is this type of vehicle
    $1200 9
Dashwoods dally; in awe of Austen; 184 years later, Emma Thompson's a fan
    $1200 20
This type of container can hold ale or mead; turn it around, it's a mouth part indeed
    $1600 6
Starring Mark Valley: "Human ____"
    $1600 17
This shipbuilding city is found on England's Tyne river
    $1600 26
This balsa raft that sailed 4,300 miles of the Pacific in 1947 is on display at a museum near Oslo
    $1600 10
Sam Spade Hammetts it up with Brigid O'Shaughnessy; a black piece of art causes all kinds of...heck
    $1600 19
Rivers do this, bend upon bend; reverse it for one who sends sheep to their end
    $2000 7
On the CW: "Life ____"
    $2000 18
The western half of this large island is a province of Indonesia
    $2000 27
The Cooper-this, a national design museum in New York City, is actually part of the Smithsonian
    DD: $3,000 11
What hath Roth Wrought?; title guy Alexander laments to a shrink; feels guilty? You bet!
    $2000 16
Your colorless dress may earn this adjective, I fear; not so for this minstrel or other balladeer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marie Molly Silvio
$9,800 $11,000 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS PAIRINGS
The names of 2 men, 1 born in Germany in 1834 & 1 in Kansas in 1875, were joined in this company name lasting 1998-2007

Final scores:

Marie Molly Silvio
$2 $2,399 $10,300
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $10,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marie Molly Silvio
$9,800 $10,000 $8,200
15 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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