Show #6129 - Thursday, April 14, 2011

Contestants

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Miguel Ruiz, an intellectual property attorney from Glendale, California

Annie Douglass, a museum educator from Portland, Oregon

Sara Heard, a housewife from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

THANKS FOR THE MEMOIRS
SOUP & SALAD
EUROPEAN CAPITAL RHYME TIME
ANIMAL COMPANIES
FORMULA2
RACING
    $200 16
In "On Writing" this horror author wrote about his early life in Maine & gave advice to aspiring novelists
    $200 1
This salad that features romaine lettuce & grated cheese is said to be named for Mr. Cardini, not a certain Julius
    $200 7
A Hostess food product in Finland
    $200 6
This short-lived enterprise employed Buffalo Bill Cody & ceased at the completion of the U.S. telegraph system
    $200 24
Fe2O3 is ferric oxide, better known on your car's body as this
    $200 21
In Olympic skiing, it's the race in which competitors go the fastest
    $400 17
Ingrid Betancourt's "Even Silence Has an End" recounts her 6 years of captivity in the jungles of this country
    $400 2
I contributed a recipe to "Cooking for Heroes", a Red Cross cookbook: French-Canadian pea soup with this type of meat
    $400 8
An Italian book
    $400 10
Fittingly, these patriotic "outfitters" have a line of clothing called "Aerie"
    $400 27
Potassium binoxalate, KHC2O4, has been used on stains made by this liquid that once came in wells in schools
    $400 22
At the 2004 Olympics, a mishap in passing this sank the U.S. women's 4 x 100 track relay team
    $600 18
This memoir is subtitled "One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia"
    $600 3
This kitchen personage's salad is tossed greens topped by Julienned cheeses & meats, sliced veggies & hard-cooked egg
    $600 9
A gear in the Czech Republic
    $600 11
Want a bar of this "avian" product? Specify whether you'd like chocolate or soap, please
    $600 28
Ca(NO3)2, used as a fertilizer, is made from atmospheric this, the atmosphere's most abundant element
    $600 23
The climax of the movie "Breaking Away" is this university's "Little 500" bicycle race
    $800 19
"Me Talk Pretty One Day" is a memoir of life in Paris by this humorist whose name rhymes with "Paris"
    $800 4
Beware: the soup called "mock" this is actually made from a calf's head cooked in water
    $800 13
A boy in Ukraine named for actor Schreiber
    $800 12
This energy drink company now offers a cola & "Energy Shots"
    $800 29
SnF2, found in toothpaste, is also called stannous this
    $800 25
The odd-looking hip rotation helps you cover more ground with each step in the Olympic race in this activity
    DD: $1,600 20
Barack Obama wrote the foreword to this other leader's book "Conversations with Myself"
    $1000 5
The name of this chunky seafood soup comes from a French word for the cauldron in which fishermen made their stews
    $1000 14
A list of maritime cargo in the capital of Hungary
    $1000 15
This sporting shoe company's logo features a feline jumping over the letters
    $1000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows some structural formulas on the monitor.) Alkanes are organic compounds that have carbon atoms arranged in a row; C2H6 is ethane; add one carbon & two hydrogens to get C3H8, this backyard barbecue staple
    $1000 26
A Newport-to-Ensenada race is named for this type of boat

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

Sara Annie Miguel
$600 $6,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Annie Miguel
$3,200 $7,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
TV SHOW CASTING CALL
PSILENT "P"
COMPLIMENTS FOR FISHING
ALABAMMY BOUND
(Alex: And a whole category about the series airing Sunday nights on Showtime...)
THE BORGIAS
    $400 2
In 1501 he was commissioned to make a statue of David for the cathedral of Florence
    $400 3
Kate Jackson,
Farrah Fawcett,
Jaclyn Smith
    $400 1
A sacred song or hymn, especially in a Bible book
    $400 9
I really like your rod & your Okuma one of these with the anodized spool; wish I had one
    $400 21
Alabama's state nickname is the "Heart of" this region
    $400 26
Rodrigo Borgia was a corrupt pope whose spiritual neglect of the Church added to the development of this Reformation
    $800 12
Figueres, Spain & St. Petersburg, Florida have museums devoted to this Surrealist
    $800 4
Richard Dean Anderson as a resourceful agent of the Phoenix Foundation
    $800 5
An assumed moniker, usually by an author
    $800 10
Thank you for removing from my arm this reverse-direction point at the end of the hook--are you a surgeon?
    $800 22
Site of an important Civil War naval battle, this bay is home to Alabama's only seaport
    $800 27
Rodrigo's uncle Pope Calixtus III made 25-year-old Rodrigo one of these high ecclesiastics
    $1200 13
In 1968 Valerie Solanas shot this pop artist; at one point he was declared clinically dead, but he survived
    $1200 14
Jim Belushi & Jerry O'Connell as 2 Las Vegas lawyers
    $1200 6
Lobar this is an acute disease of the lungs
    $1200 11
Boy, you get some acceleration & accuracy in your side & back type of this
    $1200 23
This city's News boasts the largest circulation of any Alabama newspaper
    $1200 28
The policies of this conniving Borgia son were so ruthless that Machiavelli cited him as an example of the new prince
    $1600 17
His "Delft" touch is seen here
    $1600 15
In the late '60s, Sally Field as Sister Bertrille
    $1600 7
Let's park in the Jurassic to see this flying reptile with a birdlike beak
    $1600 19
Wow! Look at that blue one of these swordfish relatives you've hooked! It's a 1,400-pounder if it's an ounce
    DD: $2,500 24
This rocket that took the astronauts to the Moon was conceived & designed in Huntsville
    $1600 29
History has portrayed this Borgia daughter as a master of political intrigue, though she may have been a pawn
    DD: $1,000 18
Sanzio is the last name of this master of the Italian High Renaissance known for his Madonnas
    $2000 16
Dave Annable,
Matthew Rhys,
Rachel Griffiths,
Calista Flockhart
    $2000 8
You may grouse about this Arctic bird seen here
    $2000 20
You do drift fishing, trolling & ice fishing? You really are this Izaak Walton book
    $2000 25
While living in Alabama, this Native American leader completed a 10-year project developing a Cherokee alphabet
    $2000 30
Jeremy Irons portrays Borgia patriarch Rodrigo, who's being inaugurated as the sixth pope of this name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Annie Miguel
$15,200 $14,200 $10,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS ON AUTHORS
Faulkner said this writer "has no courage" & "has never used a word where the reader (may need) a dictionary"

Final scores:

Sara Annie Miguel
$28,401 $21,000 $15,300
2-day champion: $36,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Annie Miguel
$14,600 $15,200 $13,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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