Show #6277 - Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Jason Keller game 8.

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Andrew Robinson, a graduate student of international science and technology policy from Washington, D.C.

Bill Moreau, an elementary school teacher from Woodbridge, Ontario

Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey (whose 7-day cash winnings total $183,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
TALKING ITALIAN
DECADES OF DISASTER
FOOD PREPARATION
LESSER-KNOWN AMERICANS
TIPS ON NETWORKING
(Alex: And you have to identify the television channel for us.)
    $200 1
The first official list of military calls for this trumpet-like valveless instrument was issued in 1798
    $200 2
"Grazie" & "prego" translate to these 2 2-word companion phrases
    $200 11
Pearl Harbor is attacked
    $200 22
To slice a tomato, use a knife with this type of edge for a clean cut
    $200 25
John T. Dorrance, a chemist who studied cooking in Paris, developed the first canned soups for this brand
    $200 14
Snarl along with "Big Cat Diary" & "Pit Bulls and Parolees"
    $400 3
A violin body amplifies the sound escaping from the 2 holes usually called these, as they resemble an italicized letter
    $400 4
You oughta know "otto" is Italian for this number
    $400 12
The Space Shuttle Challenger explodes
    $400 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a payapa in a forest in Molokai, HI.) An enzyme called papain in the leaves & green skin of raw papaya can be used as one of these food preparations as it breaks down the connective tissue of meats
    $400 27
In the 1940s Stetson Kennedy infiltrated this group, whom he mocked as the "Dumb Klux"
    $400 15
At least grin at "Workaholics" & "Nick Swardson's Pretend Time"
    $600 7
Fife & drum corps often use this higher-pitched woodwind whose name means "small"
    $600 5
A journalist would uncover that "chi" , "che", "quando", "dove" & "perché" translate to these 5 terms
    $600 13
The Titanic sinks
    $600 26
Colorful cooking methods include browning & this one associated with Cajun cooking
    $600 28
In 1827 Joseph Dixon founded a factory to make stove polish & these from graphite
    $600 19
Watch movies like "Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story" & "Sins of the Mother"
    $800 8
The theme song of "Futurama" features chimes, also known as tubular these
    $800 6
I'm loony for "lunedì", this day of the week
    $800 20
Three Mile Island is the site of the worst commercial nuclear accident in U.S. history
    $800 29
Simmer short-grain rice seasoned with saffron in the broad, shallow pan that gives this Spanish dish its name
    $800 16
In 2003 this state replaced its statue of George Washington Glick in Statuary Hall with one of Dwight Eisenhower
    $800 17
Enjoy some of "The Fairly Oddparents" & some "Bubble Guppies"
    $1000 10
This steam-whistle organ was often used on 19th century Mississippi steamboats to announce their arrival at ports
    $1000 9
A certain piece of hardware is una vite, so this hand tool used with it is un cacciavite
    DD: $2,000 21
The USS Maine goes down, killing 260
    $1000 30
The name of this technique indicates that meat is soaked in saltwater, though other liquids can be used instead
    $1000 23
Katharine Drexel is only the second person born in the U.S. to be recognized as one of these; Elizabeth Ann Seton was 1st
    $1000 18
Wonder if the "Hoarders" & "Monster In-Laws" are for real

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

Jason Bill Andrew
$1,400 $4,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Bill Andrew
$6,400 $3,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

COSMOPOLITAN
ELLE
A LURE
"W"
RED BOOK
WAITING FOR THE HAIRDRESSER
    $400 14
This Spanish city on the Mediterranean was known in antiquity as Barcino
    $400 8
Marion Cotillard played Leonardo DiCaprio's dreamy wife Mal in this 2010 film
    $400 21
Cock-a-doodle-doo! In the 1950s Howard Worden developed a classic fishing lure called this animal's tail
    $400 2
It's a man who has lost his wife by death & has not remarried
    $400 16
The title of this Dr. Seuss work is illustrated on its cover
    $400 18
I might ask for "just a" this, a simple shortening & tidying up around the edges
    $800 12
Sudan University of Science & Technology, including the Institute of Laser, is in this capital
    $800 22
The Million-Dollar Lure is made of 3 pounds of gold & platinum & 100 carats of diamonds & these red gems
    $800 3
An exploratory gas or oil well, or a nickname for a student from the University of Arizona
    DD: $3,000 17
In "The Veteran", a sequel to this 1895 novel, Henry Fleming tells us Chancellorsville was where he was wounded
    $800 19
I'll get my hair straightened with the Brazilian this; it's also what happened to my favorite football team, 35-0
    $1200 11
India's financial capital, this West Coast city consists of several islands that have become one land mass via reclamation
    $1200 5
Rapala lures are made to mimic wounded fish; in 2003 Phillipe Marn used one to land a record 385-lb. yellowfin this
    $1200 6
In a Coors light ad, the guy with this "avian" nickname tries to help his amorous buddy "live the dream"
    $1200 15
This Stendhal novel title was inspired by the colors worn by the Catholic clergy & the French military
    $1200 20
I hope things are okay here; I think I see this woman in the back filming for the Bravo show about her salon takeover
    $1600 10
The Postal Museum in Vaduz, this principality's capital, is a must-visit for stamp collectors
    $1600 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew wraps a lure.) When you wrap a fish hook with feathers & thread, it's called tying one of these lightweight lures that mimic insects
    $1600 1
This 4-letter term for a ridge on the skin resulting from a blow also begins the name of a boxing weight division
    $1600 4
This psychologist was unafreud to confront his own demons in "The Red Book", written between 1914 & 1930 & published in 2009
    DD: $5,200 9
This city in the Crimea is a health resort with many sanatoriums, including one suggested by Chekhov in 1899
    $2000 24
She starred with Ethan Hawke in "Before Sunrise"; she & Ethan Hawke not only starred in the sequel but also co-wrote it
    $2000 23
Mepps makes its special "killer" lure to catch this large member of the pike family, not Hubert Humphrey's running mate
    $2000 7
High-quality wood is used in this type of paneling whose name is from the German for "wagon"
    $2000 25
Made into a 1998 film, this James Jones novel fictionalizes the "narrow"ly won battle for Guadalcanal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Bill Andrew
$18,200 $6,200 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATIONS
His second inauguration marked the first time that women officially participated in the inaugural parade

Final scores:

Jason Bill Andrew
$18,200 $1 $2
8-day champion: $202,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jason Bill Andrew
$16,000 $8,200 $8,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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