Show #6163 - Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Contestants

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Maggie Berndt, a symphony orchestra publicist from Chicago, Illinois

Michael Philpy, a policy analyst originally from Lafayette, Indiana

Ty Cone, a federal law clerk from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,405)

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Jeopardy! Round

SIGHTSEEING
ACTORS AS PRESIDENTS
GET A JOB!
NEW GROUP TERMS FOR ANIMALS?
STATE SLOGANS
ROLL WITH IT
    $200 16
An Osawatomie, Kansas park is named for this 19th century abolitionist & includes the cabin where he lived
    $200 1
Cliff Robertson
in "PT 109"
    $200 11
A milliner makes & sells these; I believe the cloche is making a comeback
    $200 26
An "explosion of" these insects that feed on cellulose & lignin, key ingredients in all wood & wood products
    $200 6
"Land of the Midnight Sun"
    $200 21
Whether a Corona, a Lonsdale or a Panatela, this rolled item is named for its shape & size
    $400 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us a map of southern France and Italy.) Originally referring to the Mediterranean seacoast around Genoa, this name, meaning shore, today refers to the entire stretch of land from La Spezia, Italy to Hyeres, France
    $400 2
Ralph Bellamy
in "Sunrise at Campobello "
    $400 12
Take a note: a stenographer takes this in shorthand
    $400 27
A "squeeze of" these snakes; the reticulated ones of southeast Asia can grow 30 feet long
    $400 7
"Rocky Mountain High"
    $400 22
This sport uses a ball that has a circumference of 27 inches & a weight limit of 16 pounds
    $600 18
Free coffee is dispensed in the Customs area of El Dorado Intl. Airport in this South American capital
    $600 3
2 presidents: Stephen Dillane & David Morse
in HBO's "John Adams"
    $600 13
From the Greek for "to put off", an ecdysiast performs this tantalizing act
    $600 28
A "stench of" these, be they spotted, hog-nosed or striped
    $600 8
"Great Potatoes, Tasty Destinations"
    $600 23
This Mexican dish comes from the Spanish for "little donkey"
    $800 19
Choosing from more than 70 courses, you'll be in golf heaven while visiting this South Carolina "Beach"
    $800 4
Kevin Kline
in "Wild Wild West"
    $800 14
Hope you are a well-balanced person if you are a funambulist, this type of performer
    $800 29
A "panic of" these Scandinavian rodents, infamous for cliff-diving (or falling)
    $800 9
"Great Faces, Great Places"
    $800 24
Invented in the 1970s, this sushi roll named for its place of origin consists of crab, avocado & cucumber
    DD: $1,000 20
Relics from Danish sugar plantation days can be seen at a museum on this largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands
    $1000 5
Donald Moffat
in "The Right Stuff"
    $1000 15
An apiarist keeps bees; this person shapes hedges
    $1000 30
An "army of" these African mammals, aka earth pigs. that catch ants with their 12-inch tongues
    $1000 10
"Restart your Engines"
    $1000 25
Spinning, grinding, prayer & paddle are different types of this object

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

Ty Michael Maggie
$6,200 -$1,000 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ty Michael Maggie
$8,800 -$800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TERMS
POP CULTURE
GOOD MANORS
(Notice the spelling there)
"FRIC" OR "FRAC"
HAY IS
4 HORSEMEN
    $400 6
4-letter word for the storyline of a book: occasionally it's been known to thicken
    $400 1
Her mother did her hair for every movie & she always had 56 curls
    $400 16
Great Chalfield, a medieval manor, has one of these water-filled trenches
    $400 11
A type of insulating tape is named for this force that resists movement
    $400 21
...The middle name of Jock Whitney, millionaire art collector & publisher of this city's Herald Tribune
    $400 26
The 4 horsemen of the apocalypse appear in chapter 6 of Revelation, written by this man
    $800 7
From Iceland we get this word for any heroic narrative, or for a long family story spanning 2 or more generations
    $800 2
In 2009 Tom Brady married this supermodel (twice!)
    $800 17
He was born at Woolsthorpe Manor in 1642; you can still see an apple tree from his bedroom window
    $800 12
To bend light
    $800 22
...Slang for this, as in the expression "hit the hay"
    $800 27
The first horseman rides out "to conquer"; he wears a crown & carries one of these long-range weapons
    $1200 8
Cooking term for a type of tough guy fiction featuring a no-nonsense street-smart detective like Sam Spade
    $1200 3
When this film "Reloaded" in 2003, it needed the 1,943 people listed in its credits to make it happen
    DD: $3,500 18
A racquet game derives its name from this manor house in Gloucestershire
    $1200 13
A dish of meat lightly stewed, then served in a sauce of its own stock
    $1200 23
...The last name of Oliver Perry, one of these scientists, known for his history of the vertebrates of the Pleistocene
    $1200 28
The second horseman, who symbolizes war & bloodshed, rides a horse of this color
    $1600 9
They're the subdivisions of a long poem, or with "the", an 800-page unfinished poem by Ezra Pound
    $1600 4
This "Dynasty" star was 50 when she posed for what became Playboy's bestselling issue of 1983
    $1600 19
Get to know Queen Victoria's favorite P.M. by visiting Hughenden Manor, where he lived from 1848 to 1881
    $1600 14
A noisy quarrel
    $1600 24
...The last name of the man who became this president's Secretary of State in 1898
    DD: $3,000 29
The third horseman, who symbolizes famine, rides a horse of this color
    $2000 10
Oui! Lewis Carroll came up with this 11-letter term for a blended word like smog from smoke & fog
    $2000 5
In 1986 this singer published a religious novel about St. Paul that he called "Man in White"
    $2000 20
It's said that this Nov. 5, 1605 "incendiary" plot was hatched at Eastbury manor house
    $2000 15
In football it's any act that draws a penalty
    $2000 25
...Animal fodder made from cereal grasses like this one, also the first name of the current treasury secretary
    $2000 30
The horsemen appear when the first 4 of these are opened, signaling the apocalypse; there are 7 in all

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ty Michael Maggie
$16,800 $17,500 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE RAILROADS
The railroad founded in 1859 by a Kansas state charter reached this state capital on February 16, 1880

Final scores:

Ty Michael Maggie
$16,800 $33,601 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $33,601 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ty Michael Maggie
$16,800 $16,200 $12,600
22 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $45,600

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