Show #6032 - Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Contestants

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Allie Hagan, an education policy consultant from Washington, D.C.

Tom Zamojcin, a digital marketing manager from Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Charlie Penrod, an assistant professor of law from Natchitoches, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

NAME THAT COUNTRY
SONGS ON TV SHOWS
"G"ROCERIES
DOWN ON THE FARM
MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS
PEACEFUL, EASY FEELING
    $200 1
Slightly larger than New Mexico it contains the northernmost point in continental Europe
    $200 2
As Potsie, Anson Williams crooned songs like "Deeply" on this show
    $200 7
These whole wheat crackers are named for their creator, a certain Rev. Sylvester
    $200 15
Polyface Farm is "beyond organic"; cows & chickens are "put out to" this, to graze & develop naturally
    $200 21
Hey Pilgrim! It's Massachusetts' State Historical Rock
    $200 26
It's the former name of Veteran's Day
    $400 3
3 rivers, the Minho, the Douro,& the Tagus, divide this country into 3 distinct geographic areas
    $400 8
The "Once More With Feeling" episode of this show featured Spike singing the lyrics "I Died So Many Years Ago"
    $400 12
Even the Encyclopedia Britannica says that this bulb was carried in Medieval times as a charm against vampires
    $400 14
At the Irish National one of these 4-letter farms, you can introduce your mare to Invincible Spirit for 45,000 euros
    $400 22
This ingredient in a Cape Codder cocktail is the State Beverage (Hint: it's not the vodka)
    $400 27
The Constitution seeks to "insure domestic" this
    DD: $1,000 4
Barren and arid, this troubled country hasn't had a real working central government since 1991
    $600 9
Character who sang "Smelly cat, smelly cat, what are they feeding you?"
    $600 13
This blue-veined cheese is named after a village near Milan; it's been made in the Po Valley since the 9th century
    $600 18
Ash Lawn - Highland, the home of Pres. Monroe, is a 535-acre farm operated by this college, Monroe's alma mater
    $600 23
This planter of fruit trees has been designated the official Folk Hero
    $600 28
From Old English for "fidelity", it's a 5-letter word for a ceasefire
    $800 5
This Central American country is home to the ruins of Copan, one of the Mayan's largest cities
    $800 10
Weekend show on which you would hear songs like "Motherlover", Iran So Far" & "I'm On A Boat"
    $800 16
In the Middle Ages it was a favor ladies presented to knights; today it's shaped into a delicious "man"
    $800 19
The first of these farms, which do a big seasonal business, was started with the planting of 25,000 spruce in 1901
    $800 24
Fittingly titled "Massachusetts", the official folk song was written by this folkie, Woody's son
    $800 29
It precedes "down" when folks are asking you to chill out; it came after "Dead" in a Nicole Kidman pic
    $1000 6
In World War 2, the British occupied this island because it maintained ties with Vichy France
    $1000 11
Vonda Shepard regularly appeared on this Fox show as a singer at the local Boston watering hole
    $1000 17
This apple with a festive name is a cross between Kidd's Orange Red & Golden Delicious
    $1000 20
In a 2009 flu outbreak, fingers pointed at a farm for these called Granjas Carroll de Mexico
    $1000 25
This depictor of small-town life who eventually made his home in Stockbridge is the official artist of the Commonwealth
    $1000 30
Free from indications of excitement, or what Haydn did

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

Charlie Tom Allie
$600 $1,800 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Tom Allie
$1,200 $6,000 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPERA
CELEBRITY AUTHORS
"P.G."
WOOD HOUSE
THE 1800s
NEWS FROM THE EQUATOR
    $400 1
"Twilight of the Gods" is the last part of this composer's "Ring" cycle
    $400 2
This "Star Trek" captain is now the star "Tek" captain with his series of books that includes "Tekwar"
    $400 3
They're the proverbial entrance to heaven
    $400 20
You can visit the Boston house that this man left to go for a ride April 18, 1775
    $400 12
In 1809 he informed his soon-to-be ex Josephine that he needed to find a wife who could produce an heir
    $400 22
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the bridge of a ship.) Here in the Galapagos, I'm at about 90 degrees west longitude, halfway between the Prime Meridian and International Date Line, and at this many degrees latitude
    $800 7
In an opera based on a fairy tale, this title girl gives the prince one of a pair of bracelets before leaving the ball
    $800 4
Unlike her "Sex" book, her "English Roses" series was written for children
    $800 6
In bowling it's 12 consecutive strikes
    DD: $1,000 26
It's the Disneyland land with the Thunder Ranch log cabin
    $800 13
In the 1800s men too achieved that hourglass shape by wearing this girdle-like undergarment
    $800 23
In the olden navy the "crossing the line" ceremony forced new sailors to undergo hazing and pay tribute to this Roman god
    $1200 8
Coppelius & Dr. Miracle appear in "The Tales of" him
    $1200 5
His book "Halloween" was about getting candy; his sitcom was about nothing
    $1200 14
Serving from 1969 to 1972, Winton Blount was the last person to serve in this job as part of the cabinet
    $1200 27
The Joglo homes of Java are traditionally made from this very durable wood
    $1200 15
In 1833 it had fewer than 350 residents; by the 1890s, it was the USA's second-largest city
    $1200 24
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Galapagos.) Here at the equator the sun is directly overhead at exactly noon on these two equinoxes
    $1600 9
This Beethoven opera was based on a play called "Leonore"
    $1600 11
This funny man & game show host writes about his life & dealing with OCD in "Here's the Deal: Don't Touch Me"
    $1600 18
No pressure now, but yours would include associates of similar age, background & social status
    $1600 28
In Japan a nagaya is a traditional one of these houses named for the lines they form with their adjoining walls
    DD: $2,000 16
Britain might have said "put that in your pipe and smoke it" after winning the first of these wars against China in 1842
    $1600 25
A rocket launched at the equator needs less fuel & can increase this compound word, the total weight carried
    $2000 10
Bellini title gal who's high priestess of a Druid temple in Gaul
    $2000 21
"The Gun Seller" is a spy spoof by this comedic Brit who plays a dramatic doctor on TV
    $2000 19
You can't see them here, but this rodent has two cheek pouches that it can turn inside out to clean
    $2000 29
The Naz Wooden House Inn in this city is just a hop & a skip from Topkapi Palace
    $2000 17
Formed mainly by farmers in the 1870s, by 1888 this political party had "cashed out"
    $2000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Galapagos.) There's no danger from cyclones such as hurricanes or typhoons; this apparent force, named for a French scientist, which describes the rotation of winds, is zero at the equator

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Tom Allie
$8,000 $11,800 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
In action since 1917, this sports franchise is now largely owned by the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan

Final scores:

Charlie Tom Allie
$16,000 $22,800 $799
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Charlie Tom Allie
$7,600 $13,600 $12,200
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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