Show #6047 - Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Tom Nissley game 6.

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Andrew Sullivan, a corporate attorney from Brooklyn, New York

Danni Steiner, a sales marketing consultant from Washington Borough, New Jersey

Tom Nissley, an online books editor from Seattle, Washington (whose 5-day cash winnings total $151,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

4-LETTER WORLD CAPITALS
CLEAN YOURSELF UP
A HAT-EGORY
"B" KEEPING
I THEE DIVORCE
SORRY IT DIDN'T WORK OUT
    $200 1
It's home to the Krigsskolen, the Norwegian military academy
    $200 16
A 1.2 -ounce bottle of its No.5 eau de parfum spray lists for $61.50
    $200 23
A 1935 Fred Astaire film is named for this type of spiffy headwear
    $200 6
Fee fi fo fum, Jack ascends one in a fairy tale
    $200 11
2001:
Ted Turner
    $200 26
This structure from Genesis "whose top may reach unto Heaven" didn't end up as planned
    DD: $1,000 2
This city is in the fertile northern foothills of the Alps on the Aare river
    $400 17
This toothpaste brand also has "3D white whitestrips teeth whitening systems" & is not averse to repetition
    $400 24
Orthodox Jewish males wear this skullcap in synagogue
    $400 7
If you're pondering your pupik, you're staring at this body part, for which pupik is the Yiddish word
    $400 12
2003:
Billy Bob Thornton
(She managed to land on her feet, though)
    $400 27
In the 1980s, $1 billion was spent developing Premier, a smokeless type of this that went down in flames
    $600 3
When in this capital, you're between the Apennine Mountains and the Tyrrhenian Sea
    $600 18
This company says it's "the best a man can get", though mileage may vary with its Mach3 Turbo razor
    $600 22
The traditional academic costume worn at commencement ceremonies is a gown & one of these caps
    $600 8
At age 162, Jered did it to Enoch in Genesis 5
    $600 13
1996:
Lisa Marie Presley
(Nicolas Cage was in 2004)
    $600 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In the 1930s, along its border with Germany, France built this defensive barrier, named for the French Minister of War; it failed because the Germans simply invaded through Belgium
    $800 4
It serves as the capital of a Baltic republic
    $800 19
Faith & begorrah! This bar soap comes in moistureblast & microclean varieties, Boy-o
    $800 21
The official headgear of the Shriners is this Turkish hat in red with a black tassel
    $800 9
In regional use, it can mean a wallet as well as a spending plan
    $800 14
1994:
Billy Joel
(the second of her 4 divorces)
    $800 29
In June 2010 this Asian country failed for the second time in 2 attempts to launch a satellite
    $1000 5
Callao is this South American capital's port
    $1000 20
The dad of Matthew Perry of "Friends" was the sailor in the classic ads for this cologne; that whistling's in your head now, isn't it?
    $1000 25
Canotier is another name for this flat-brimmed straw hat worn at regattas & political conventions
    $1000 10
An earthen defensive fortification, or anything solid & reliable
    $1000 15
1961: Annette Kaye;
1963: Alene Akins;
1966: Mickey Sutphin;
1971: Alene Akins;
1992: Julie Alexander... Hello!
    $1000 30
This antebellum act with 2 states in its name didn't do as intended but fanned the flames of national division on slavery

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

Tom Danni Andrew
$4,600 $2,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Danni Andrew
$8,600 $2,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE DOGS OF WAR
LYRICS OF NO. 1 HITS
THE RING CYCLE
ALLITERATIVE LIT
HAVE A DRINK
YOU "EARN"ED IT
    $400 3
The sniffer dog here has alerted his squad members to one of these alongside a road in Afghanistan
    $400 28
A "theme" from 1971: "Who is the man that would risk his neck for his brother man?" (him) "Can you dig it?"'
    $400 23
It's the lonely name for a gem, often a diamond, set all by itself in a ring
    $400 18
Spinster heroine of "Murder at the Vicarage"
    $400 8
Helen Gurley Brown became this magazine's editor in 1965
    $400 13
A document allowing a young person to drive an automobile with supervision
    $800 4
The dog here is training with this branch of the military; in Florida, not Tripoli
    $800 2
1992: "And I..." (hold the "I" for roughly 5 minutes & like this song, you too could be No. 1 for 14 weeks)
    $800 24
The Jonas Brothers wore these rings as symbols of their chastity
    $800 19
In Narnia this "pale sorceress" makes it always winter but never Christmas
    $800 9
Soft rockers Seals & Crofts once were members of the band that performed this 1958 No. 1 hit heard here
    $800 14
Type of run on a baseball diamond resulting from an error
    $1200 5
This colorful World War I flying ace is seen here with his dog Moritz
    $1200 1
1976: "You just slip out the back, Jack, make a new plan, Stan, you don't need to be coy, Roy, just get yourself free"
    $1200 25
A gem cut in the form of a narrow rectangle has this name, like a certain bread
    $1200 20
Grimm sister of Snow-White
    $1200 10
60 guilders bought this island in 1626
    $1200 15
A prolonged, unfulfilled desire
    $1600 6
For attacking a pillbox during the invasion of Sicily, Chips, seen here, got a Purple Heart and this precious medal for valor
    $1600 29
1979: "At first I was afraid, I was petrified, kept thinking I could never live without you by my side"
    $1600 26
Meaning "forever", it's used for a ring with diamonds surrounding the whole band
    $1600 21
Albeit short-lived, the apple of Scarlett & Rhett's eye
    DD: $3,000 11
It was the sanguine moniker of the Virgin Queen's sister
    $1600 16
It's paired with "Bear" in the name of an investment company bought by J.P. Morgan Chase in March 2008
    $2000 7
During World War I, Rags, a terrier, earned fame as an intrepid messenger dog for the AEF, this U.S. force
    $2000 30
1982: "Oh-oh here she comes, watch out boy, she'll chew you up, oh-oh here she comes, she's a..."
    $2000 27
A short mixed drink, the party at which it is served, or the large ring a woman might wear to such an occasion
    DD: $1,000 22
Title peak in a Thomas Mann work
    $2000 12
Any "colorful" 1920s anti-Bolshevik
    $2000 17
This rich sauce is thickened with eggs & flavored with tarragon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Danni Andrew
$19,600 $7,200 $16,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 19th CENTURY
Thomas Huxley & Samuel Wilberforce were among the Oxford Museum speakers debating this theory June 30, 1860

Final scores:

Tom Danni Andrew
$32,401 $7,200 $17,700
6-day champion: $184,203 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Danni Andrew
$17,600 $8,200 $16,200
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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