Show #6092 - Tuesday, February 22, 2011

2011 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Lindsey Thiesfeld, a sophomore from Clarendon Hills, Illinois

Idrees Kahloon, a junior from Lexington, Kentucky

Cosi Audi, a junior from North Canton, Ohio

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Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL PEOPLE
POP CULTURE
JUMPING JUPITER!
WE MAKE THAT
VAMPIRE DIARIES
COMBINED STATE ABBREV.
(Alex: You have to combine 2 postal letter abbreviations to come up with the word for us.)
    $200 3
The Lord told him, "Come thou and all thy house unto the ark"
    $200 1
In 2010 McDonald's announced via Twitter that this pork sandwich was returning to its menu
    $200 23
Jupiter has one of these named Ganymede that's about the same size as the planet Mercury
    $200 10
iKnow it makes the Macbook Pro
    $200 9
In a 2005 novel the narrator is absolutely positive that this 17-year-old is a vampire but loves him anyway
    $200 14
To whom it may concern:
Delaware + Arkansas
    $400 4
This son of Jacob & Rachel was sold by his brothers to the Ishmaelites for 20 pieces of silver
    $400 2
This celebrity gossip website with a 3-letter name was launched in 2005
    $400 24
In 1979 the Voyager probe discovered that Jupiter was surrounded by these; they're much less visible than Saturn's
    $400 16
It scored with the Air Max Hyped men's basketball shoe
    $400 11
She wrote the now-classic "Interview with the Vampire"
    $400 15
Dark:
Indiana + Kentucky
    $600 8
This first gospel writer had a feast at his house for his fellow tax collectors with Jesus as the honored guest
    $600 5
In 2010 this singer published his "100% Official" memoir, "First Step 2 Forever"
    $600 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows some space imagery on the monitor.) A storm system that has lasted for centuries, this feature of Jupiter is large enough to engulf the Earth & Mars side by side
    $600 17
Play around with its PlayStation 3
    $600 12
Chapter XXIV of this novel opens with "Dr. Seward's phonograph diary, spoken by Van Helsing"
    $600 25
A party:
Georgia + Louisiana
    $800 13
This patient man's name may mean "persecuted one" or "repentant one"
    $800 6
You might want to friend this actor, a co-star of "The Social Network"
    $800 28
Despite its size, Jupiter is made up almost entirely of these 2 lightest elements
    $800 18
This company's 1969 jeans seem like they could be found in 1,969 malls
    $800 19
The "Vampire Diaries" series centers on Elena, Stefan & this brother of his
    $800 26
Has a white face:
Michigan + Maine
    $1000 21
After Jesus' resurrection, this fisherman was the first disciple to whom Jesus chose to appear
    $1000 7
In 2010 this rapper born Clifford Harris helped coax a would-be jumper down from an Atlanta building
    DD: $2,000 29
Appropriately, a NASA probe that orbited Jupiter for more than 8 years was named for this astronomer
    $1000 22
When it comes to laptops, this company's vPro processors are inside
    $1000 20
In a 2009 book by Amanda Grange, Elizabeth Bennet discovers this title character's true nature (he's a vampyre)
    $1000 27
Think of a bouquet:
Florida + Oregon + Alabama

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

Cosi Idrees Lindsey
$2,200 $3,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cosi Idrees Lindsey
$2,400 $8,800 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

CRIME DETECTION
WINTER SPORTS
HOMECOMING KINGS & QUEENS
COUNTRIES' LOWEST POINTS
RED THINGS
CROSSWORD CLUES "D"
    $400 4
Reacting to hemoglobin, the chemical Luminol is used to detect this, even if it's been wiped off
    $400 12
On New Year's Day, many souls brave icy waters to take part in a swim named for these ursine creatures
    $400 1
Mary, queen of these people, didn't see many of them when she lived in France from age 5 until her return at 18
    $400 22
For Antigua & Barbuda:
This sea
    $400 2
These octagonal warnings weren't always red; some were yellow until 1954
    $400 13
Crazy, like a certain cartoon duck
(5)
    $800 6
A specialized lab is used for toxicology, the detection of these, from the Latin for "drink"
    $800 24
Let's have a race using this craft whose name comes from a Native American word for "sled"
    $800 14
In 2010 Akhenaton returned to this African country; actually it was just his big toe, which had been removed in 1968
    $800 23
For Sri Lanka:
This ocean
    $800 3
(National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen presents the clue.) It took years to get a shot of the red aurora borealis; charged particles in the "wind" from this celestial body collide with oxygen in Earth's magnetic field to produce the hue
    $800 16
Permanently leaving the military without permission
(9)
    $1200 9
A forensic expert "dusting" a room is checking for these "digital" clues
    $1200 25
Snowboarders use a U-shaped structure called a half this to perform radical tricks
    $1200 15
Chimham helped bring King David over the Jordan when he returned to this city after a rebellion
    $1200 27
For Lithuania:
This sea
    $1200 5
The red flyer is a large type of this marsupial
    $1200 17
It goes on salads or on wounds
(8)
    $1600 10
This word for a public official who investigates all non-natural deaths comes from the Latin for "crown"
    $1600 26
Encyclopedia Britannica calls this sport "a game similar to lawn bowls but played on ice"
    $1600 20
In 1945, after the wartime years in England, Queen Wilhelmina crossed the North Sea & returned to this country
    $1600 28
For Ukraine:
This sea
    $1600 7
He was the father of Leif Eriksson
    $1600 18
Any tyrannical ruler
(6)
    $2000 11
In a forensic lab, a hood eliminates fumes & prevents the intrusive process called "cross" this
    $2000 30
Nordic combined events start with a ski jump & end with one of these long alliterative races
    $2000 21
In 1996 King Simeon returned to Bulgaria; he had fled in 1946 after a takeover by this very anti-king political party
    DD: $2,000 29
For Russia:
This "sea"
    $2000 8
In issues of French Vogue you read a lot about people on le tapis rouge, this
    DD: $3,000 19
Pre-Christian Celtic priest
(5)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cosi Idrees Lindsey
$4,400 $27,000 $13,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY NAMES
In an 1845 autobiography, he wrote, "You have seen how a man was made a slave; you shall see how a slave was made a man"

Final scores:

Cosi Idrees Lindsey
$7,799 $27,000 $15,401
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cosi Idrees Lindsey
$4,400 $25,000 $13,400
9 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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