Show #6113 - Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Contestants

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Janet Russell, a family physician from Scottsdale, Arizona

Jamie Santo, a freelance editor from Wilmington, Delaware

Megan Barnes, a stay-at-home mother from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $37,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ARABIAN NIGHTS
WHO OWNS WHAT
OLD NAMES FOR MEDICAL CONDITIONS
FAMOUS PAIRS
SONGS IN MUSICALS
WE ALL NEED A "FRIEND"
    $200 26
Ali Baba takes his son to the cave & teaches him this 2-word password
    $200 16
Rice Krispies comes from this company's kitchen
    $200 17
This older name for tuberculosis referred to the disease's wasting away of the body
    $200 6
Born just days apart in 1951, in 1976 they opened their first ice cream shop in a renovated gas station in Vermont
    $200 1
"Memory" & "Mr. Mistoffelees"
    $200 11
It's what Casper is, according to his theme song
    $400 27
An African magician claiming to be this boy's uncle traps him in a cave: a genie gets him out
    $400 22
Kit Kat is part of this European chocolate company
    $400 18
What was once referred to as mongolism is now called this
    $400 7
In 1944 they won a special Pulitzer for their musical "Oklahoma!"
    $400 2
"Tradition" & "Matchmaker, Matchmaker"
    $400 12
In a song from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", diamonds are said to be this
    $600 28
This sailor's first voyage begins, "My father left me a considerable estate"
    $600 23
P&G for short, it owns Pampers & Pantene shampoo
    $600 19
In "Julius Caesar", Shakespeare mentions "falling sickness", this disorder characterized bv seizures
    $600 8
Chang & Eng, born in May 1811 & died in January 1874, were known as this pair
    $600 3
"Johnny's Mambo" & "(I've Had) The Time Of My Life"
    $600 13
"Meteorological" acquaintance who only hangs out with you when things are good
    $800 29
Prince Houssain buys this transportation device at a bazaar for 40 purses of gold
    $800 24
Dockers are a product of the company named for this man
    $800 20
An old name for influenza wasn't grab or clutch but this, from French for "seize"
    $800 9
Seen here Bringing Home the Logs, Winter Landscape is a 19th century lithograph from this pair
    $800 4
"It's Raining On Prom Night" & "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee"
    $800 14
When describing themselves, the Quakers are this religious group
    DD: $3,000 30
To prevent her execution, this daughter of a vizier tells the king a story a night for 1,001 nights
    $1000 25
Philadelphia cream cheese is from this company headquartered in Northfield, Illinois
    $1000 21
Pens down, scrivener's palsy is an old term for this, also known as graphospasm
    $1000 10
Their first map appeared in an 1872 issue of the "Railway Guide"
    $1000 5
"The Music And The Mirror" & "One"
    $1000 15
The feeling must have been shared in 1865 when Charles Dickens published this novel

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

Megan Jamie Janet
$4,000 $4,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Megan Jamie Janet
$7,600 $3,800 $7,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ISLANDS OF THE ATLANTIC
MAD TV
MY PRESIDENTIAL FANTASY DRAFT
MIXED GREENS
MONUMENTALLY ODD
AMERICAN RED CROSS HISTORY
    $400 19
The largest natural lake on this North Atlantic island is Thingvallavatn near the capital
    $400 11
"Howling Mad" Murdock was part of this title TV group that also included Sgt. B.A. Baracus
    $400 1
Like his dad, he made the big leagues, & his 1794 appointment as minister to the Netherlands pads his intl. stats
    $400 24
Makes you strong to the finish if you eat it all:
cash nip
    $400 6
Near Ulaanbaatar is the world's largest equestrian statue, a 131-foot-tall one of this Mongol leader
    $400 16
After learning about the Intl. Red Cross while visiting Europe, she founded the American Red Cross in 1881
    $800 20
(Tom Ritchie of Lindblad Expeditions stands in front of a war monument in the Falkland Islands) Stanley is the only city on the Falkland Islands, and underwent bombing during the 1982 conflict between Britain and this country
    $800 12
Peggy Olson & Joan Holloway are characters on this '60s-set series
    $800 2
In saying there was no "right of secession" but not backing it up, his PTCWOL (push the Civil War onto Lincoln) is huge
    $800 25
It's a type of Chinese cabbage:
boy hock
    $800 7
A 25' headless shark monument was installed in England Aug. 9, 1986, anniversary of the dropping of one of these
    $800 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew describes a gray suit on a mannequin) The suit here is typical of those worn by Red Cross murses in the 1950s, who assisted in the conflict here, where Red Cross staff have been continuously since 1953
    $1200 21
Until 1995, the U.S. maintained an air base on St. David's Island in this British group off the coast of Cape Hatteras
    $1200 13
On the '90s sitcom "Mad About You", he played Paul Buchman
    $1200 3
His R.E.M. (re-election metric) is killer; he won 49 states--only Minn. said no--& his I.G. (invade Grenada) stats are big, too
    $1200 26
A pungent green:
aura lug
    DD: $2,000 8
Go to this European capital if you'd like to see a statue of Saint Wenceslas mounted atop the belly of a dead horse
    $1200 18
In 1889, in one of its earliest relief efforts, the Red Cross aided victims of the killer flood in this Pennsylvania city
    DD: $2,000 22
In antiquity this Spanish archipelago with an avian-sounding name was known as the Fortunate Isles
    $1600 14
This "SCTV" veteran became the Mad Hatter for a 1999 TV movie of "Alice in Wonderland"
    $1600 4
His R.E.M. (re-election metric) is killer; he won 49 states--only Mass. said no--but his TC (term completion) worries me
    $1600 27
Its name tells you it's an aquatic plant:
rest arc sew
    $1600 9
Careful--this American mobile artist's fountain in Barcelona has mercury coursing through it
    $1600 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands with a grey uniform on a mannequin at the American Red Cross) Named for their dresses, gray lady volunteers provided hospitality services, especially to sick and wounded soldiers beginning in 1918 at this Washington, D.C. hospital
    $2000 23
This island was discovered on May 21, 1502, the feast day of the mother of Constantine the Great
    $2000 15
This fiery money manager literally rolls up his sleeves to host CNBC's "Mad Money"
    $2000 5
His O-LZT (out-living Zachary Taylor) looms large but I worry about his short pres. career of only 32 months
    $2000 30
Caesar salad is made with it: auctioneer melt
    $2000 10
Thebes in Egypt is home to a vast one of these, from the Greek for "city of the dead"
    $2000 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew walks through the American Red Cross headquarters Depicting the theme of ministry to the sick and wounded through sacrifice, the windows at the Red Cross headquarters were commissioned in 1917 and created by this man's studio

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Megan Jamie Janet
$17,600 $11,000 $16,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH NOVELISTS
In his journals he described how he once set 2 groups of boys against each other, likely inspiring his 1954 novel

Final scores:

Megan Jamie Janet
$32,401 $21,001 $28,200
2-day champion: $70,002 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Megan Jamie Janet
$17,600 $11,000 $13,000
26 R,
1 W
12 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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