Show #6031 - Monday, November 29, 2010

Contestants

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Charlie Penrod, an assistant professor of law from Natchitoches, Louisiana

Kristin Anderson, a director of communications from Seattle, Washington

Judy Shewmake, a retired middle school history teacher from Murfreesboro, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRY NICKNAMES
HOLLYWOOD UGLY
2010 20th ANNIVERSARIES
THAT'S GREAT, PETER THE GREAT!
RHYMIN' FRED
A MURDER INVESTIGATION
(Kyra Sedgwick: I'm Kyra Sedgwick. I play Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on The Closer. Come along with me on...)
    $200 3
It's "America's Hat"
    $200 11
This actress was quite ugly before her transformation in "Miss Congeniality"
    $200 14
NASA is observing 20 years of amazing images from this, launched by Space Shuttle Discovery
    $200 8
Peter was born in 1672 within the walls of this sprawling Moscow fortress
    $200 25
1-syllable term for the USA's central banking authority
    $200 1
(Kyra Sedgwick delivers the clue.) Lividity, caused by blood pooling in certain areas, is one of the ways to determine this, abbreviated T.O.D., which Brenda often politely asks the forensics folks to tell her
    $400 4
Some call it "Kiwiland"
    $400 12
No one wants to date Julia Stiles in this 1999 movie except Heath Ledger, & he does it on a lark
    $400 18
October brought the 20th anniversary of this, celebrated each year on Tag der Deutschen Einheit
    $400 9
To the
closest
foot,
it was
Peter's
unusual
height
    $400 2
(Kyra Sedgwick delivers the clue.) Some detectives ask witnesses to look at these arrays that usually include a suspect & 5 others standing in a row
    DD: $1,000 5
Italy is "Lo Stivale", meaning this
    $600 13
Of the frumpy sorority girls led by Anna Faris in "The House Bunny", this "American Idol" runner-up sure stands out
    $600 19
In 1990 this captain created by Ted Turner started fighting eco-villains on TV
    $600 10
To Europeanize Russia, Peter moved the capital to St. Petersburg, the city he'd founded on this sea
    $600 28
Number of points offered in a sports wager to equalize the competition
    $600 21
(Kyra Sedgwick delivers the clue.) The classic 3 elements that point to guilt are means, opportunity & this one, which means a detective has to be a pretty good psychologist
    $800 6
This is "India's Teardrop"
    $800 16
When this loner gets a makeover in "The Breakfast Club", we realize she was pretty all the time
    $800 20
Representative Jim Langevin presided over the House of Representatives in recognition of the anniversary of this 1990 act
    $800 15
Beginning around 1700, Peter was great in the Great Northern War against this Scandinavian kingdom
    $800 27
Existential trepidation
    $800 22
(Kyra Sedgwick delivers the clue.) If 2 or more murders have a similar type of victim & weapon, you might be dealing with one of these, a term popularized by Robert Ressler of the FBI
    $1000 7
"The Bread Basket of Europe", it stretches from Uzhgorod to Luhansk
    $1000 17
Rachael Leigh Cook, the "ugly duckling", is pursued by Freddie Prinze Jr. in this high school comedy
    $1000 24
Digital imaging contests were among the festivities as this Adobe software program turned 20 on Feb. 19, 2010
    $1000 29
Part of the palace begun by Peter is now this Russian museum, one of the largest in the world
    $1000 26
The raised helical rib of a screw
    $1000 23
(Kyra Sedgwick delivers the clue.) Getting confessions, Brenda's specialty, will be easier now that the Supreme Court has ruled that any response to interrogation means you've waived your rights under this 1966 decision

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

Judy Kristin Charlie
-$200 $1,200 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Kristin Charlie
$800 $3,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN PORTMANTEAU
CELEBRITY MATCHES
MEMORABLE CONCERTS
10-LETTER WORDS
GUILDING
THE LILY
    $400 3
Shakespeare writes the 11th sequel to the Freddy Krueger horror films
    $400 1
On Oct. 5, 2004 he wed Elin Nordegren during a Barbados sunset; the divorce was finalized in Aug. 2010
    $400 13
Maestro Maazel & this American orchestra brought Gershwin to North Korea in 2008
    DD: $4,000 8
Jay M. Arena, director of the Duke Poison Control Center, devised this type of bottle cap
    $400 14
It's what WGA stands for in Hollywood
    $400 23
Better known for wearing baggy pants, this 19th c. feminist began a newspaper for women called The Lily in 1849
    $800 4
Shakespeare believes that there will be an answer for why the prince of Denmark sings a Beatles classic
    $800 2
On Sept. 27, 2009 Babyface played the wedding of L.A. Laker Lamar Odom & Khloe, a member of this "reality" family
    $800 22
On Aug. 14, 2010 the English Baroque soloists presented all 6 of this master's Brandenburg Concertos
    $800 9
A cafeteria on a movie studio lot
    $800 15
AFL-CIO stands for this & the Congress of Industrial Organizations
    $800 24
This gospel says, "Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin"
    $1200 5
Shakespeare tells how a Roman & an Egyptian queen learn to bounce up & down on their new lawn toy
    $1200 19
Wonder if this ex-heavyweight champ sang "In The Air Tonight" at his June 6, 2009 wedding to Lakiha Spicer
    $1200 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the science lab.) Pyrolytic graphite repels either pole of a magnet, so when you suspend a magnet between 2 plates of the graphite, the magnet does what a magician would call this 10-letter trick
    $1200 16
If you can read the clue, thank a member of this union abbreviated AFT
    $1200 25
Sacred to the ancient Egyptians, Buddhists & Hindus, it's the variety of water lily seen here
    $1600 6
Shakespeare's comedy about a chef who tells a customer it's best to cook steaks until they're like shoe leather
    $1600 20
No reports of wedding crashers at Isla Fisher's March 15, 2010 Paris wedding to this "Borat" star; very nice!
    $1600 11
This liquid that's left after cream is churned can be an ingredient in a delicious biscuit
    $1600 17
Shocking! It's the "B" in the IBEW, a union for electrical workers
    $1600 26
This artist's series of paintings known as "Les Nympheas" depicts lilies in a pond
    $2000 7
Tragedy about a Roman general who cuts off his own hand & throws it into an old word for a spittoon
    $2000 21
John Krasinski found this "Devil Wears Prada" star anything but dull & got right to the point, marrying her in Italy in 2010
    $2000 12
In journalism it's more serious than a correction & means "we take the whole story back"
    $2000 18
Also known as the Wobblies, they're the IWW
    $2000 27
Over 6 decades, this botanist developed more than 50 varieties of lilies as well as his famous potatoes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Kristin Charlie
$4,400 $8,200 $15,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
These 2 cities in the Southeast & Southwest were the only 2 Confederate state capitals not captured by Union forces

Final scores:

Judy Kristin Charlie
$8,800 $400 $17,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Judy Kristin Charlie
$4,400 $8,200 $11,000
9 R,
4 W
11 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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