Show #6180 - Friday, June 24, 2011

Jay Rhee game 5.

Contestants

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Elaine Garrett, a college assistant director of admissions from Troy, New York

Marc Tracy, a writer for an online magazine from New York, New York

Jay Rhee, an oncologist from Annapolis, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $85,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

IN THE BEGINNING
SITCOM BY CHARACTERS
FOOD & DRINK BRANDS
NEW YORK CITIES & TOWNS
THE NATIONAL TOY HALL OF FAME
"Y" IS THE ONLY VOWEL
    $200 6
The Yale-Harvard athletic rivalry began in 1852 in this sport
    $200 1
Detective Stan "Wojo" Wojciehowicz,
Detective Sergeant Nick Yemana
    $200 26
Up to 8 varieties of these are sold every year; the shortbread trefoils are always included
    $200 16
It's known as "the birthplace of baseball"
    $200 21
Joshua Cowen gave his middle name to this brand of model trains
    $200 11
British clergyman Charles Wesley was a notable Methodist writer of these
    $400 7
Scientists have confirmed that HIV came from a similar virus in this African ape
    $400 2
Kyle,
Butters
    $400 27
Swanson Broth is owned by this other soup company
    $400 17
The George Eastman House in this city is home to the International Museum of Photography & Film
    $400 22
This doll was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2002; her brother Andy didn't join her until 2007
    $400 12
It's the adverb for how the bashful boy does things
    $600 8
Some scholars believe this punctuation mark comes from the Latin word Io, a shout of joy
    $600 3
Hayden Fox,
Luther Van Dam
    $600 28
You're on a "roll" if you know that Leo Hirschfeld gave this chewy chocolate candy his daughter's nickname
    DD: $1,000 18
It's no myth, this city was named because of its location within the town of Ulysses
    $600 23
Initial sales for it were sluggish, but demonstrations of how it walked down stairs at Gimbels made it walk off shelves
    $600 13
A naiad, in myth, or Lolita, in literature
    $800 9
In 1939 a Montgomery Ward copywriter wrote this story that was handed out to children in the store for Xmas
    $800 4
Leslie Knope,
Ron Swanson
    $800 29
For a box top & 25 cents, you could get a rag doll from this brand; the family included Uncle Mose & twins Diana & Wade
    $800 19
This small town in Wyoming county boasts a large annual rodeo & a rather well-known maximum security prison
    $800 24
A steam shovel & a crane were the first metal trucks the Mound Metalcraft Co. sold under this brand name
    $800 14
Romany
    $1000 10
Formed as a result of WWII, this think tank took its name from "Research and Development"
    $1000 5
Jack McFarland,
Karen Walker (not the title characters)
    $1000 30
The No. 1 selling brand of frozen pizza in dollar sales; it's not delivery, it's this
    $1000 20
Take note--the fort in this town was once considered the "Gibraltar of the North"
    $1000 25
John Lloyd Wright, son of Frank, created this "presidential" construction toy
    $1000 15
In the "Iliad" this dwarven race from Africa fought against cranes who destroyed their fields

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jay Marc Elaine
$4,600 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Marc Elaine
$6,000 $2,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MAY I QUOTE YOU ON THAT?
COVER BANDS
REVOLUTIONARY WAR GENERALS
WHATCHAMACALLIT
OUR TOP STORIES
STARTS WITH THE SAME 2 LETTERS
    $400 2
This woman, upon meeting Jimmy Page at Buckingham Palace, asked, "And what do you do?
    $400 23
Desperado pays tribute to this group
    $400 1
In command when the war began, Artemas Ward was soon playing second fife to this man
    $400 25
Because it operates like an old execution device, your average paper cutter also goes by this name
    $400 11
Dateline Southwark:
30 pilgrims en route from Tabard Inn ultimately to this town in Kent
    $400 26
Spooky
    $800 3
A 1939 editorial:
The problem with this is "people must sit and keep their eyes glued... the average American family hasn't time"
    $800 24
Well, whatever--Nevermind has the look & sound of this grunge group
    $800 7
In 2002 this French general became only the sixth person to be named an honorary U.S. citizen
    $800 16
A ciborium is a small container used to hold the consecrated wafers for this sacrament
    $800 12
Dateline Hell:
This "lost archangel" laments loss of Paradise & plots revenge
    $800 27
If you've got lots & lots of something, you've got this large amount
    DD: $2,500 4
"No matter what happens, the U.S. Navy is not going to be caught napping", said Navy Sec. Frank Knox Dec. 4 of this year
    $1200 20
Here's a message in a bottle: Stung covers the songs of this trio
    DD: $3,000 8
This last surviving general who died in 1832 at 98, gave his name to a South Carolina site that later made big news
    $1200 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on a monitor.) In the pronunciation of the word "circus", the "U" is an unstressed vowel & is marked with what looks like an inverted "e", called this
    $1200 13
Dateline Georgia:
Sharecropper Jeeter Lester lives out his sad existence on this "road"
    $1200 28
In the Bible he made the Golden Calf, disappointing his brother
    $1600 5
Variety in 1955 on this musical style:
"It will be gone by June"
    $1600 21
Covering this quartet, Vertigo USA could be "even better than the real thing"
    $1600 9
This general became our nation's first Secretary of War & had a Kentucky fort named in his honor
    $1600 18
It's the 3-letter word for an apple seed or any of the spots on a pair of dice
    $1600 14
Dateline London:
Orphan asks for additional serving of this 5-letter foodstuff
    $1600 29
This kind of tea gets its name from the Chinese for "black dragon"
    $2000 6
In 2010 British Petroleum said it "seemed inconceivable" that this oil rig device, BP for short, could fail
    $2000 22
Perhaps "Back In Black", Live Wire "Shook Me All Night Long" with its tribute to this hard rock group
    $2000 10
A statue of this "colorful" general in the U.S. Capitol represents the State of Rhode Island
    $2000 19
Derived from French, it's the small type of souffle baking dish seen here--who wants dessert?
    $2000 15
Dateline "On the Road":
Sal & Dean beat-ing it to this West Coast town
    $2000 30
This British company bills itself as "the world's leading insurance market"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Marc Elaine
$21,400 $9,900 $10,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
Built about 50 years ago, it's the only world capital to start with the letter "I"

Final scores:

Jay Marc Elaine
$21,400 $16,900 $14,500
5-day champion: $107,203 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jay Marc Elaine
$20,600 $8,600 $10,000
29 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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