Show #6325 - Friday, March 2, 2012

David Gard game 1.

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Annette Todd, a marketing director from Riverside, California

David Gard, a retail horticulturist from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Patrick Morrison, a student of Slavic Studies from Northville, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $80,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

EMILY DICKINSON
2 BY 2
(Alex: You have to name the pop duo.)
MEMPHIS
ANNUAL EVENTS
ASTRONOMY
"V" ME
    $200 8
A recluse in latter years, Dickinson was called the "nun of" this town
    $200 9
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" & "Unchained Melody"
    $200 26
Memphis has the largest trading market for this plant fiber, with nearly half the U.S. crop going through the city.
    $200 1
The Spud Days festival held in Shelley in this state features the Miss Russet pageant & the tater trot race
    $200 3
Dust released by this comet causes the Orionids meteor shower each October
    $200 11
Martini & Rossi has been making this since the 1800s
    $400 14
As a girl, Emily was forbidden to read the inappropriate works of this "Drum-taps" poet
    $400 10
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" & "Maneater"
    $400 27
One of the lions who roared at the beginning of this studio's movies lived at the Memphis Zoo until his death in 1944
    $400 2
Since 1940 Lincoln, New Mexico has presented a folk pageant called "The Last Escape of" this young outlaw
    $400 4
In 2005, 2 additional moons, Hydra & Nix, were discovered orbiting this dwarf planet
    $400 12
The Constitution outlines how to fill these in Congress
    $600 15
Emily began a poem, "Success is counted sweetest by those who ne'er" do this
    $600 18
"Soul Man" & "I Thank You"
    $600 28
Addressing Memphis sanitation workers on April 3, 1962, he said he'd "seen the promised land"
    $600 21
2012 marks the 60th year of the Florida Folk Festival, way down upon this river at Stephen Foster State Park
    DD: $1,000 5
The 2 shortest-named constellations each have 3 letters: Ara & this one in the zodiac
    $600 13
Do something with great force & you're said to do it "with a" this synonym for retribution
    $800 24
Emily's father served in Congress from 1853 to 1855 as one of the last elected members of this party
    $800 19
"Shout" & "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
    $800 29
In 1952, 10 years after the Bing Crosby movie, Kemmons Wilson opened the first of these inns in his Memphis hometown
    $800 22
During the week of this Triple Crown horse race, amphibians compete in the frog hop at Patterson Park in Baltimore
    $800 6
Calliope, one of these objects orbiting between Jupiter & Mars, has its own satellite named Linus
    $800 16
In the Church of England, it's another term for a parish priest
    $1000 25
Thomas Higginson, a contributor to this oceanic-sounding magazine, was Emily's mentor & editor
    $1000 20
A country duo: "Stay" & "Stuck Like Glue"
    $1000 30
The world's first self-service grocery store, this chain with a rhyming name opened in Memphis in 1916
    $1000 23
This Halloween symbol originated in Ireland, where candles were once placed in turnips to keep away ghosts
    $1000 7
John Archibald Wheeler popularized this term for an object so dense that not even light can escape
    $1000 17
In 1775 he invented the electrophorus, a device used to generate static electricity

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

Patrick David Annette
$2,400 $4,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick David Annette
$6,000 $6,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
ANTONYMIC PAIRS
A POSTHUMOUS CATEGORY
MOVIE DOG BREEDS
THE POST MAN'S HERE
I GOT 3 LETTERS!
    $400 3
In Germany & the Czech Republic you'll find what the Germans call Bohmerwald, or this forest
    $400 8
A loyal friend "sticks with you through" these alliterative antonyms referring to good & bad times
    $400 4
In 2001 this president was awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor for his Spanish-American War service
    $400 17
Bruiser in "Legally Blonde"
    $400 20
For nearly 25 years Richard Johnson ran Page Six, the gossip section of this big-city daily
    $400 1
This 3-letter credential equal to a high school diploma, dating back to the 1940s
    $800 28
Icacos Point at the southwestern tip of Trinidad is only about 7 miles from the South American mainland & this country
    $800 9
If someone's alternately passionate & indifferent about you, his feelings are said to "run" this way
    $800 5
His last major composition, "The Art of the Fugue", was published posthumously in 1751
    $800 18
Marley of "Marley & Me"
    $800 21
Richard Nixon was a favorite subject of Herblock, who cartooned for this newspaper for 54 years
    $800 2
OBE, short for Officer of this order of knighthood
    $1200 27
Sao Tome, this island & several tiny islands form a nation in Africa's Gulf of Guinea
    $1200 10
A meeting in which people scream at each other is sometimes politely said to "full of lively" this pair
    $1200 13
For his role in "Network", he became the first person to win an acting Oscar posthumously
    $1200 19
Cujo
    $1200 22
In the 1930s Yorkshire Post editor Arthur Mann opposed this policy of mollifying Nazi Germany
    $1200 6
CFE, qualified to sniff out this foul financial "F"
    $1600 25
Across the Sea of Galilee on its eastern shore lies this hilly plateau occupied by Israel since the Six-Day War in 1967
    DD: $2,600 11
Scientific American has a feature that presents a common belief & asks this alliterative question
    $1600 14
In 1963, nearly a year after his death, he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his novel "The Reivers"
    $1600 29
Verdell in "As Good As It Gets": this "Brussels" breed
    DD: $2,200 23
Stuart Whatley is managing blog editor for this Post
    $1600 7
DSM, which stands for this highest non-valorous U.S. military decoration
    $2000 26
In 1782 King Rama I founded this capital on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River
    $2000 12
Tom Hanks' thanks to his gay drama teacher at the Oscars inspired this Kevin Kline film
    $2000 15
In 2003 this violinist had a street corner outside Carnegie Hall named for him posthumously
    $2000 30
Otis in "The Adventures of Milo and Otis"
    $2000 24
In 1878 Joseph Pulitzer merged the St. Louis Post with this newspaper
    $2000 16
ACE, helping shape movies in the society of American Cinema these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick David Annette
$14,600 $16,000 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BOOK VILLAINS
The first time we meet this man in a 1981 novel, he's in his cell holding "Le Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine"

Final scores:

Patrick David Annette
$22,600 $29,300 $2
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $29,300 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patrick David Annette
$16,800 $14,600 $3,000
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
7 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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