Show #6099 - Thursday, March 3, 2011

Contestants

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Carl Bradshaw, a financial manager from St. Louis, Missouri

Cecilia Boudreau, a lawyer for a nonprofit from Washington, D.C.

Kate Rowland, a family doctor from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE NICKNAMES
ALPHABET ROCKERS
SPECIAL MONTHS
THE INSTRUMENT OF DEATH
WHAT A NICE PAIR!
"TIME"LY WORDS
    $200 3
It's called the "Smallest State" for a reason
    $200 8
These rappers remixed Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" into a Top 10 hit in 1986
    $200 9
Shape Up U.S. Month &
Get Organized Month
    $200 1
In 1793 Jean-Paul Marat was retired in the bath with one of these
    $200 19
Before it went preppy, this pair's store outfitted expeditions such as Charles Lindbergh's & Admiral Byrd's
    $200 14
In this technique, a slow process such as plant growth is photographed at intervals & unfolds at high speed
    $400 4
It's "the Peninsula State" because, well, because most of its area is a peninsula
    $400 20
Their Texas boogie rock hits include "Gimme All Your Lovin" & "Sharp Dressed Man"
    $400 10
Library Lovers' Month &
Black History Month
    $400 2
In 1914 Franz Ferdinand didn't say "Take Me Out" but was anyway, via this
    $400 24
This 3-word legal "order" is issued to one whose business practices are deemed to be illegal or unfair
    $400 15
Arrangement in which employees set their own work schedules, especially their starting & finishing hours
    $600 5
It's not only the "Mother of Presidents", it's the "Mother of Statesmen" as well
    $600 21
Their hit song "Man On The Moon" is a musical tribute to comedian Andy Kaufman
    $600 11
National Craft Month &
Irish-American Heritage Month
    $600 28
In 1940 Leon Trotsky, not one of his employees, got this
    $600 25
According to legend, Rome was founded in 753 B.C. by these twins; one died & the other named the city for himself
    $600 16
A schedule listing arrivals & departures for buses or trains
    $800 6
The vast quantities of grapes grown there have caused this state to become known as "the Grape State"
    $800 22
This '80s hair band from Illinois topped the charts with "Keep On Loving You" & "Can't Fight This Feeling"
    $800 12
Navajo Code Talkers Month &
National Salsa Month
    $800 29
In 1880 outlaw Ned Kelly was doing this around Melbourne
    $800 26
"Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons" is a collection of comics with this boy & tiger combo
    $800 17
Scott Joplin wrote, "Never play" this style of music "fast"
    $1000 7
Arbor Day likely helped it become "the Tree Planters State"
    $1000 23
This U.K. reggae-pop band with hits in the '80s & '90s took its name from a British unemployment form
    DD: $1,800 13
PTA Membership Enrollment Month (in many states) &
National Preparedness Month
    $1000 30
In 1946, in order to avoid the noose, Hermann Goering picked his this
    $1000 27
Judges 16 details the hairy adventures of this noted twosome
    $1000 18
"Army Wives" is the most-watched original series in this cable network's 25-year history

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

Kate Cecilia Carl
$3,600 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Cecilia Carl
$7,800 $1,000 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WILL U.
MARY: ME
WHAT'S IN YOUR WALLET?
TV CITY SETTINGS
STARTS WITH A BODY PART
THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
(Kelly: Behind the scenes and the story of one of the world's most original and recognizable designs.)
    $400 1
The college named for this historic duo is in Williamsburg, Virginia
    $400 12
Me: Mary McCauly, known as this for bringing water to the Patriots at the Battle of Monmouth
    $400 11
Some postage stamps from the animal rescue series that say adopt a pet from one of these
    $400 3
"Boardwalk Empire"
    $400 17
It's what you leave behind--money, wisdom, something that's part of your history
    $400 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from outside the Opera House in Sydney, Australia.) In 1973, "The Magic Flute", which included a queen character, was the first performance given here, & in the hall on opening night was this woman, who officially opened the Opera House
    $800 7
The university named for him is in Bristol, Rhode Island
    $800 13
Me: Mary Anne Talbot, known as the "British" this type of warrior woman for serving in the army & navy disguised as a man
    $800 15
My rewards card from this bookstore chain that has its headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan
    $800 2
"The Practice"
    $800 19
The name of this Japanese religion actually comes from Chinese words
    $800 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from inside the Opera House in Sydney, Australia.) To compensate for the high ceilings in the concert hall, acrylic rings were hung to reflect the sound of the instruments back to the orchestra & to improve this, from the Greek for "to hear"
    $1200 8
The university named for this 27th president has no classrooms (or bathtubs); it teaches all its courses online
    $1200 14
Me: Mary of Lorraine, regent of this country for my 12-year-old daughter, Mary Stuart
    $1200 24
A ticket stub from a concert at this outdoor venue, the summer home of the L.A. Philharmonic
    $1200 4
"The Mentalist"
    $1200 20
Breaker, breaker--it's a nickname used by a CB enthusiast while broadcasting
    $1200 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from inside the Opera House in Sydney, Australia) In March 2010, just shy of 90, this sitar virtuoso performed on the opera house stage with his daughter Anoushka in his "Farewell to Australia" tour
    DD: $2,000 9
The university named for this river is just across the street from Oregon's Capitol building
    $1600 16
Me: Mary Mallon, & I'm not too crazy about this nickname--anyone can be a carrier
    $1600 25
My Red Cross blood donor id card with my blood type, AB positive, known as the universal this
    $1600 5
"Castle"
    DD: $2,000 21
The fur of this rodent seen here is said to be 30 times softer than human hair
    $1600 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from in front of the Opera House in Sydney, Australia) As the story goes, Danish architect Jorn Utzon's winning design for the opera house was saved from the rejection pile by this famed architect from Finland
    $2000 10
The university named for this Quaker leader is in Oskaloosa, Iowa, not Altoona or Monongahela
    $2000 18
Me: Mary Rowlandson, author of an account of my 1676 captivity during the war of this Native Amer. "king"
    $2000 26
A picture of my pooch--this Swiss mountain dog
    $2000 6
"Thirtysomething"
    $2000 22
It's a temporary stopping of warfare by mutual consent
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the stage of the Opera House in Sydney, Australia.) In September 2009, this 65-year-old dame of Maori descent thrilled audiences here on the Opera House stage, singing Strauss & Puccini

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Cecilia Carl
$11,400 $5,400 $17,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BIOGRAPHIES
Michael Foldy examined "The Trials of" this author: "Deviance, Morality, and Late-Victorian Society"

Final scores:

Kate Cecilia Carl
$5,400 $3,800 $11,599
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $11,599

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kate Cecilia Carl
$10,600 $5,000 $19,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
20 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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