Show #6034 - Thursday, December 2, 2010

Contestants

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Francesca Huemer Kelly, a singer and editor from Bethesda, Maryland

Kate Reilly, a white-collar criminal defense attorney from Ridgewood, New Jersey

Ariel Schneider, a biology student from West Lafayette, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONS IN THE U.S.
CELEBRITIES' KIDS' NAMES
FASHION TRENDS
ASSORTED FLOWERS
"LAX"
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
    $200 2
It's no. 1 in adherents at 69 million
    $200 5
Nicolas Cage has a son named Kal-El, which is also the birth name of this superhero
    $200 1
In the '50s, the ducktail style of this was popular for men
    $200 13
It lies between the cornea & the lens
    $200 25
To loosen your grip, or just to take it easy
    $200 19
Charles de Gaulle
    $400 3
John would be proud of this "southern" denomination, no. 2 at 16 million
    $400 8
Jessica's little sis, she & Pete Wentz named their son Bronx Mowgli
    $400 6
Designer Mary Quant gets the credit for this fashion that showed a lot of leg in the 1960s
    $400 15
This air rifle manufacturer's website asks you to "take pride"
    $400 26
This 6-letter adjective is most offen used to describe light-colored hair
    $400 20
Heathrow
    $600 4
They've followed careful procedures to become no. 3 at 8 million
    $600 9
His daughter Willow played his daughter Marley in "I Am Legend"
    $600 7
The Beatles helped popularize this jacket, the original of which was worn by Indira Gandhi's father
    DD: $1,000 16
The Nestle brand calls itself "The Cooking Milk"
    $600 27
This Swedish specialty is raw salmon cured in a salt-sugar-dill mixture
    $600 21
McCarran
    $800 24
This group, now 5 million strong, was once saved by seagulls
    $800 10
Like, oh my god, totally, Frank Zappa named his oldest daughter this
    $800 12
They were made for walking (& platform dancing) in the '60s; In 1996 Nancy Sinatra donated hers to The Hard Rock Cafe
    $800 17
These fowl from New Guinea with beautiful plumage sound like they should live in the Garden of Eden
    $800 28
Warren Beatty starred in this thriller about a reporter investigating a mysterious assassination
    $800 22
Ben-Gurion
    $1000 30
A German guy started this denomination that now has 3.6 million U.S. followers
    $1000 11
Rumer, Scout & Tallulah are the daughters of this former power couple who divorced in 2000
    $1000 14
Jibbitz makes a line of decorations to dress up these colorful clog-like shoes
    $1000 18
You'll find this flower before "pickle bottom" in a line of handbags & bedding
    $1000 29
It's the loud warning signal heard here (Horn signal sounds)
    $1000 23
Trudeau

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

Ariel Kate Francesca
$2,600 $1,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ariel Kate Francesca
$5,800 $3,000 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

STARS & CONSTELLATIONS
YOU KNOW THAT SONG
THE OLD WEST
TOP CHEF
FRIEZE!
OH "PH"
    $400 14
Also known as the dog star, it's the brightest star other than the sun as seen from earth
    $400 8
...It's on the tip of my tongue...The Rolling Stones...a hag beat Mick with a strap...you know, this "gas gas gas" tune!
    $400 6
Conestogas often had a white top & a wagon painted these other 2 patriotic colors
    $400 16
Smoked salmon & caviar pizza was one of the first signature dishes by this Austrian
    $400 26
The frieze seen here is at the base of this nation's monument to the conquerors of space
    $400 1
For the record, Thomas Edison invented the first practical one of these in 1877
    DD: $1,000 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a painting on the monitor.) Though not actually seen in that part of the sky, in Van Gogh's "Starry Night over the Rhone", you can clearly see this famous grouping, including Merak
    $800 9
Paul McCartney did this one... hit No. 2 in '73, I know it did, I know it did, I know it did... should be bond-ed to memory
    $800 7
The usual male social center; in "The Spoilers" John Wayne & Randolph Scott have an epic brawl in one
    $800 17
"MasterChef" is the latest show featuring this Scot who's made life "hell" for some cooks
    $800 28
A frieze depicting this emperor's conquests spirals around his famous column in Rome
    $800 2
The mortar & pestle is a symbol of this profession
    $1200 22
A small star group called the cup or crater seems to sit atop this water snake
    $1200 10
...this Joan Jett song... it was No. 1 for 7 weeks in '82... told us to "put another dime in the jukebox, baby"
    DD: $2,000 11
Morgan Earp survived this notorious October 1881 event but was killed 5 months later while playing billiards
    $1200 18
This Massachusetts native was the executive chef at Commander's Palace in New Orleans
    $1200 3
In days gone by this game bird was popularly served "under glass"
    $1600 23
(Jimmy of the clue crew shows a constellation on a board) The constellation Cygnus, or the swan, contains six stars that form the pattern known by this 2-word name
    $1600 15
...not the '60s tune by The Troggs but this, Tone Loc's first top 10 hit, covering certain parts of Tone's dating life
    $1600 12
Unlike in the movie, it was Ben Kilpatrick, not this man, who was the bicycle rider of the Wild Bunch
    $1600 19
This naked chef established The Fifteen Foundation to help underprivileged kids learn to cook
    $1600 4
A finger bone, or a group of heavily armed infantry with overlapping weapons
    $2000 24
You'll find this familiar red supergiant in Orion's shoulder
    $2000 25
...it's a feist-y tune...something, something, something, something, "tell me that you love me more"
    $2000 13
The gang including these brothers tried to rob 2 Kansas banks Oct. 5, 1892, but ran into bullets from the locals
    $2000 20
This New York "Iron Chef" of The Mesa Grill made a name for himself with southwestern cuisine
    $2000 27
Boreas is among the figures depicted in the frieze atop Athens' tower of these
    $2000 5
In mythology, after Hippolytus rejects her, this wife of Theseus hangs herself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ariel Kate Francesca
$18,200 $2,400 $7,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH WOMEN
It's said that this woman who died in 1976 "made more money out of murder than any woman since Lucrezia Borgia"

Final scores:

Ariel Kate Francesca
$21,400 $4,799 $9,200
2-day champion: $46,300 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ariel Kate Francesca
$17,000 $2,200 $7,200
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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