Show #6179 - Thursday, June 23, 2011

Jay Rhee game 4.

Contestants

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Pat Connor, a management consultant from Cummaquid, Massachusetts

Andrew Dobbs, a community organizer and writer from Austin, Texas

Jay Rhee, an oncologist from Annapolis, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $70,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

GENERAL SCIENCE
TV TOE TAGS
CHILDREN'S BOOK NAMES
"N" THE MIDDLE
VIETNAM
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN
    $200 1
Technically, the measure of a body's inertia is known as this property of matter
    $200 6
Mary Alice's suicide in the first episode of the show doesn't stop her from narrating this series
    $200 26
Margaret & H.A. Rey:
"The Complete Adventures of Curious ____"
    $200 8
You might use this electrical appliance to mix your smoothies
    $200 17
In the 1880s this European nation combined the 3 areas under its control into a unified Vietnam
    $200 16
Plant this veggie, allium cepa, near your carrots, as its odor drives off carrot flies, & maybe makes them cry
    $400 2
In palynology scientists study the past distribution of seed plants by looking at grains of this
    $400 7
Edgar succumbed to sentox gas at CTU in a 2006 episode of this show
    $400 27
Beatrix Potter:
"The Tale of ____ Bunny" (not "The Curious Case of ____ Bunny")
    $400 12
The Corinth one in Greece is only 3.9 miles long & has no locks
    $400 18
According to its official name, Vietnam is one of these republics
    $400 22
Full of nitrogen & potassium, this marine product, such as knotted wrack, can make your garden healthier
    $600 3
(Kelly of the Clue Crew drops a spoonful of something into some hot water, then shapes it in her hand.) The polymer here has a melting point of only 140 degrees Fahrenheit, so it can be shaped & molded by hand; it's this kind of material, from the Greek for "heat formed"
    $600 9
Episodes of this HBO series began with someone's death; one was a jogger killed by a mountain lion
    $600 28
Roald Dahl:
"____ and the Great Glass Elevator" (a sequel)
    DD: $600 13
In June 1919 a group of writers that included Edna Ferber began lunching together at this New York City hotel
    $600 19
In January 2007 Vietnam joined this global trading alliance after waiting 12 years to do
    $600 23
These annelid creatures improve the soil, so take a census of them in a batch of earth & add mulch if needed
    $800 4
In 1674 this Dutchman, using microscopes that he made, became the first to describe red blood cells
    $800 10
After she jumped into a demonic portal in 2001, her gravestone read "she saved the world a lot"
    $800 29
Jane O'Connor & Robin Preiss Glasser:
"Fancy ____" (it rhymes)
    $800 14
This type of fence is made of thick steel wire interwoven in a diamond pattern
    $800 20
Vietnam's president & prime minister both have this family name, a very popular one there
    $800 24
The kitazawa seed co. can help you grow the greens of this 4-syllable flower with edible as well as symbolic value in Japan
    $1000 5
The proton consists of 2 types of this elementary particle: 2 up & 1 down
    $1000 11
After his sitcom alter ego died in 1975, this actor surfaced on "The Carol Burnett Show" in a raft, screaming, "I'm OK"
    $1000 30
Beverly Cleary:
"Runaway ____" (it's alliterative)
    $1000 15
In the 1st century B.C., Publilius Syrus wrote that this "alone sets all the world in motion"
    $1000 21
At 1 Le Thanh Tong street, you'll find this --an actual hotel, not a hellish prison
    $1000 25
This veggie whose name comes from the Latin for "root" needs to be harvested before root maggots set in

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jay Dobbs Pat
$3,000 $400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Dobbs Pat
$6,000 $1,400 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

REIGN MAN
CHARIOTS OF FIRE
TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
GONE "D"
SNOUT OF AFRICA
& OTHER '80s OSCAR WINNERS
    $400 13
Did a lot of "great" things for Russia:
1682-1725
    $400 20
In "Peter Pan", it's the last name of siblings Wendy, John & Michael
    $400 1
From the Greek for "fearsome", these creatures last existed in the Cretaceous period
    $400 18
The nose of this tallest ruminant is not as moist as those of other ruminants
    $400 26
This actress won an Oscar for playing Loretta Lynn & did her own singing to boot
    $800 14
Victoria's grandson:
1910-1936
    $800 21
Many terms of endearment are food words, like muffin or this, a round mass of steamed dough, like a wonton
    $800 5
A 2010 Bild magazine survey showed that almost half of all Germans would like to forgo the euro to get this back
    $800 19
The newborn South African croc seen here is showing us this tooth, named for what it's just broken out of
    DD: $2,000 15
Mais oui, after him, France was indeed deluged:
1715-1774
    $1200 8
In the '60s George Barris bought a concept car from Ford for $1; holy swindle! in 1966 we knew it as this fire-spewing TV car
    $1200 10
In "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", Ichabod Crane's hat is found next to a shattered one of these gourds
    $1200 6
"You're all clear, kid, now let's blow this thing & go home" is spoken just before this is destroyed in a 1977 movie
    $1200 23
The proboscis of the elephant is unique to its order, which includes these 2 types of extinct behemoths
    $1200 2
He was acclaimed onstage as Hamlet in 1929 & onscreen as Arthur's butler in 1981
    $1600 16
He was Armada 'bout you, Spain:
1556-1598
    $1600 9
In 1994 this brand extinguished the name of its K5 Blazer, replacing it with Tahoe
    $1600 4
The first line of "I Can't Help Myself" by The Four Tops is "Sugar Pie" followed by this 2-word term of endearment
    $1600 7
From 1881 to 1888 this Midwest city had a baseball team in the National League known as the Wolverines
    DD: $5,000 3
Male & female supporting Oscars went to Michael Caine & Dianne Wiest for this comedy
    $2000 17
Not Haakon in Norway:
1957-1991
    $2000 24
This brand made both the Fiero (which is actually Italian for "proud") & the Firebird
    $2000 11
It's the literal translation of "my love" into French
    $2000 12
"The Miracle in the Desert" was the nickname of this defunct Vegas casino
    $2000 25
Camels can squeeze their nostrils shut during a haboob, one of these
    $2000 22
This David Cronenberg film won best makeup for transforming Jeff Goldblum into the title character

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Dobbs Pat
$19,400 $3,800 $5,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY SEQUELS
The mirror motif in this 1871 sequel includes 2 characters who are enantiomorphs, or mirror-image twins

Final scores:

Jay Dobbs Pat
$15,000 $1 $3,599
4-day champion: $85,803 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Dobbs Pat
$16,000 $3,800 $7,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
5 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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