Show #6183 - Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Contestants

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Dolores DeStefano, an arts education administrator from San Francisco, California

Jeff Amoros, a field education coordinator from Ellicott City, Maryland

Adam Marshall, a student of government originally from Bethesda, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $51,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

GOING GREEN
FROM SPORTS BOOK TO FILM
SCIENTIFIC NAMES
TO EVERYTHING
THERE IS A SEASON
TURIN! TURIN! TURIN!
    $200 6
This adjective refers to energy resources like solar, wind & hydroelectric that are replenished & can be used again
    $200 1
As in the book "Shoeless Joe" by W.P. Kinsella, farmer Ray Kinsella hears voices in this film
    $200 22
Citrus limon
    $200 28
I say! A flank steak tenderized by marinating, this 2-word term is also used for thick cuts including sirloin
    $200 10
This New Orleans season commences 10 days before Shrove Tuesday; laissez les bon temps rouler
    $200 17
This roughly 4' X 14' item vanished in 1204 during the fourth crusade, but re-emerged in the 1350s in Lirey, France
    $400 7
Going green often means reducing the use of these "ancient" fuels derived from organic remains like coal or oil
    $400 3
"Rope Burns" became this Oscar-winning film that some called "'Rocky' in a Bra"
    $400 24
Orcinus orca
    $400 11
Japanese tradition says this form of poetry may contain a kigo, a word indicating the season in which the poem is set
    $400 18
While you ponder, weak & weary, remember that Turin, Piacenza & Cremona lie on the banks of this 405-mile-long river
    $600 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points at a diagram of the earth's atmosphere.) Water vapor and ozone are two of these gases, collectively known as GHGs, which keep heat from escaping the atmosphere
    $600 4
Odessa, Texas was the home field for this H.G. Bissinger book-turned-film
    $600 25
Canis rufus
    $600 12
From May 1, 2010 to March 6, 2011, both large & smallmouth types of this fish were in season in Wisc.'s southern zone
    DD: $1,600 19
In 1899 a group of investors founded this car company in Turin; its headquarters are still in the city today
    $800 9
A recent study found Gliocladium roseum, a parasitic one of these organisms, can produce a gas termed myco-diesel
    $800 5
Will Smith played a mystical caddie in the adaptation of the Steven Pressfield novel "The Legend of" him
    $800 26
Zea mays
    $800 14
In a Monty Python skit, a Norwegian blue one of these birds has ceased to be & joined the choir invisible
    $800 13
The National Weather Service says in the Atlantic, this perilous season begins on June 1 & ends Nov. 30
    $800 20
In 2006 this short track speed skater won the men's 500-meter Olympic gold in the Turin games
    $1000 16
Ocean Power Technologies & the U.S. Navy are testing a system off Oahu to generate power from these
    $1000 2
This Mark Harris novel about baseball & death became a Robert de Niro film
    $1000 27
Sequoia sempervirens
    $1000 23
Experian, Equifax & Transunion are the big 3 these
    $1000 15
Winter depression is the best-known form of SAD, short for this condition; symptoms include fatigue, anxiety & irritability
    $1000 21
In 218 B.C. this Carthaginian general captured & heavily damaged Turin; he loved it when a plan came together

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

Adam Jeff Dolores
$6,000 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Jeff Dolores
$8,600 -$400 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN ART & ARTISTS
THE DAYS OF GUNS N' ROSES
LITERATURE
BUMMER WORDS, MAN
ATHENS IN THE 5th CENTURY B.C.
VIDEOPOURRI
    $400 12
In 2010 his Pittsburgh museum welcomed a traveling exhibition, "Marilyn Monroe: Life as a Legend"
    $400 11
Guns N' Roses hit No. 1 in September 1988 with this "sweet" hit featuring Slash's tasty guitar licks
    $400 1
Henry Fielding called a 1749 novel "The History of" him, "a Foundling"
    $400 21
Good this, Charlie Brown! it's from the Latin for "to burden"
    $400 6
Lysander of this rival Greek city defeated Athens in 404 B.C. & established the government of the 30 tyrants over it
    $400 26
He's the oldest man in the distinguished group of ex-presidents seen here
    $800 14
One of Maxfield Parrish's early commissions was to illustrate this "Oz" author's "Mother Goose in Prose"
    $800 13
She was "Cold Hearted" at No. 1 in September 1989, long before she joined "American Idol"
    $800 2
An 1894 Anthony Hope romance was titled this "of Zenda"
    $800 22
Am I this primary color between green & violet in the visible spectrum? Why, yes; yes I am
    DD: $2,000 7
The philosopher Anaxagoras discovered the true cause behind these lunar phenomena but wasn't believed
    $800 27
This iconic product came in several jazzy versions as seen here
    DD: $4,800 15
In 1970 sculptor Judy Cohen legally changed her last name to this, the city of her birth
    $1200 18
This duo's "Baby Don't Forget My Number" reached No. 1 in July 1989; turned out they didn't sing it
    $1200 3
1868 Wilkie Collins novel about a mysterious rock
    $1200 23
This adjective meaning dismal or hopeless often precedes "Gus"
    $1200 8
In a tragedy of the time, a guy named Rhesus monkeys around in this war on the side of the Greeks' foes
    $1200 28
It's this organization's 39-story headquarters
    $1600 16
He was born in 1867 in Idaho, but it would be in South Dakota that he would do a really huge work of art
    $1600 19
In April 1989 this girl group lit up the charts with "Eternal Flame"
    $1600 4
Rowena has Saxon the brain in this 1819 work by Sir Walter Scott
    $1600 24
The soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" includes "I Am A Man Of Constant" this
    $1600 9
Themistocles led the Athenians defending against this "great" Persian's invasion in 480 B.C.
    $1600 29
It's the nationality of the man seen here with his most famous creation
    $2000 17
He had several one-man shows of his sculptures but he's perhaps best known for his caricatures of Broadway stars
    $2000 20
It'll drive me crazy if you can't name this band that hit No. 1 in April 1989 with "She Drives Me Crazy"
    $2000 5
Sophocles wrote a tragedy about this self-sacrificing daughter of Oedipus
    $2000 25
This word is found after clinical, manic & postpartum
    $2000 10
Thucydides said the "golden age of" this leader was democracy in theory, but the rule of its first citizen in practice
    $2000 30
The dish seen here was photographed at this sporting event where it's eaten

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Jeff Dolores
$15,400 $15,600 $9,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POETIC SUBJECTS
It was saved from destruction by a poem submitted to the Boston Daily Advertiser in September 1830

Final scores:

Adam Jeff Dolores
$12,799 $30,801 $9,000
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Adam Jeff Dolores
$14,200 $13,600 $9,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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