Show #6160 - Friday, May 27, 2011

Contestants

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Monica Iyer, a law clerk from New York, New York

Renee Huff, a high school English teacher from Olney, Maryland

Chloe Horning, a graduate student in library and information science from Seattle, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

1811
THE SHANGHAI WORLD EXPO
INGREDIENTS IN THE MACBETH WITCHES' CAULDRON
"DROP" IT, BUSTER!
IT'S THE POLICE
I'LL NEED SOME BACKUP
    $200 11
Insane & no longer fit to rule, this British king was replaced by his son, the prince regent
    $200 26
The pavilion for this international organization was built to look like one of its relief tents
    $200 1
"Tongue of" one of these best friends
    $200 6
Refer to other people in conversation in order to impress those you're talking to
    $200 14
To officially record a charge against an arrestee; do it, Danno
    $200 21
...and the Gang
    $400 12
Her "Sense and Sensibility" was published anonymously "in three volumes", "by a lady"
    $400 27
This Alpine country's exhibit naturally included a ski lift ride
    $400 2
"Eye of" this amphibian
    $400 7
Firm candy made of gelatin & covered with sugar
    $400 15
The title of this Jack Webb TV drama refers to a systematic police search for a criminal
    $400 22
...and the Pips
    $600 13
This family-run company, founded in Germany to manufacture steel, eventually did a booming business
    $600 28
A 20-foot-tall robotic baby named Migueln was featured in this European country's exhibit
    $600 3
"Tooth of" this carnivore that can be timber or gray
    $600 8
Painted cloth hanging at the rear of a stage
    DD: $2,000 17
Named for a palace that housed visiting royalty, it's the HQ of the London Metropolitan Police
    $600 23
...and the Crickets
    $800 16
In an 1811 massacre, this pasha of Egypt (not the boxer) knocked out the Mamluks for good
    $800 29
Artwork brought to China for the expo included a van Gogh, a Gauguin, and a self-portrait by this woman in the Mexico pavilion
    $800 4
"Wool of" one of these flyers
    $800 9
Perhaps a slippery sombrero inspired this phrase meaning "on a moment's notice"
    $800 18
There's a first name in this term for a policeman's heavy nightstick
    $800 24
...and the Sunshine Band
    $1000 20
Construction began on the USA's first federal highway, known as this road after the town in which it originated
    $1000 30
These two special Chinese administrative regions each had a pavilion
    $1000 5
"Toe of" this amphibian
    $1000 10
It's an old medical term for edema, the abnormal swelling of body tissue
    $1000 19
If you need a policeman in Marseilles, ask for one of these
    $1000 25
...and the Wailers

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

Chloe Renee Monica
$2,800 $1,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chloe Renee Monica
$3,800 $2,200 $10,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN NATIONALITIES
(Alex: Each correct response in [*] will contain a European nationality)
MOVIE TITLE MATH
YOU'RE THE TOP
McMEN
PINEAPPLES
ENDS WITH A BODY PART
    $400 10
Effleurage is a light gliding stroke used in this hands-on type of spa treatment
    $400 6
Number of simians in a Bruce Willis time travel movie squared
    $400 16
In 1985 Reagan & Gorbachev met in Geneva in this type of diplomatic meeting
    $400 26
In 1831 at age 22, he tried his hand at building a reaper
    $400 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a pineapple plantation.)
Pineapples are the only widely eaten of the bromeliads--a family of 3,000 species; like others, they aren't grown from seed, but by planting the top leafy structure, called this
    $400 1
Someone who moves props or lighting for a theatrical production
    $800 12
It's basically a big kettle with a close-fitting lid, used to cook pot roasts & stews
    $800 7
Number of "Weeks" in a Mickey Rourke film plus the title of a Fellini film; they add up to a whole number
    $800 18
A fictional co. that may or may not help in roadrunner chasing, or a word from the Greek for "highest point"
    $800 27
His colleagues in the Senate had the decency to censure him, at long last, on Dec. 2, 1954
    $800 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a pineapple plantation.)
Pineapple cultivation needs relatively little irrigation; with its reservoir formed in the leaves, the plant is a natural xerophyte--from the Greek "xeros", meaning this
    $800 2
To identify an illness via medical exam
    $1200 13
Leopoldville was the capital of this colony that existed from 1908 to 1960
    $1200 8
Number of "Days Later" in a zombie flick divided by the title number of heroes in a Jessica Alba Marvel movie
    $1200 19
The point formed in the hairline in the middle of the forehead is a "widow's" this
    $1200 28
You don't have to picture this Republican senator; he's seen here
    $1200 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a pineapple plantation.)
The pineapple shoots that grow from the mother plants after the main harvest are called the ratoon crop--also the Hawaiian term for a baby born to late-in-life parents, the word is thought to be from the Latin for this season
    $1200 3
Smugglers who hid booze in their footwear gave rise to this adjective for something made or sold illicitly
    DD: $8,000 14
The uppermost polyp of this poisonous sea creature was thought to resemble a sail, hence its name
    $1600 9
It's what 2(x+y) equals if x is the number of "Angry Men" in a 1957 film & y is the "Kings" in a George Clooney movie
    DD: $3,000 20
8-letter word for the highest point of success or the highest part of a rock formation
    $1600 25
This '60s secretary of defense passed away in July 2009
    $1600 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a pineapple plantation.)
The material that's laid down where pineapples are planted keeps weeds off, retains warmth, & keeps moisture in; though it's a strip of plastic rather than organic material, it's called this
    $1600 4
A spiky sea critter, or a mischievous boy
    $2000 15
The Elgin marbles helped establish this architectural style, based on 5th century B.C. works
    $2000 11
Number preceding "Pick Up" in a Roy Scheider film minus Wesley Snipes' "Passenger" number in a 1992 movie
    $2000 17
This TV-making brand got its start in 1918 making radio equipment in Chicago
    $2000 24
This 18th century Scotman invented a form of pavement
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a pineapple plantation.)
Whether grown in Africa or here in Hawaii, pineapples have eight spirals in one direction and 13 in the other--one example where nature shows the number sequence named for this Italian mathematician
    $2000 5
Most opulent

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chloe Renee Monica
$10,200 $9,200 $27,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
Alphabetically first among the 150 most populous U.S. cities, it has become the "polymer capital of the world"

Final scores:

Chloe Renee Monica
$18,401 $6,200 $32,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $32,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chloe Renee Monica
$10,200 $7,800 $19,400
12 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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