Show #6351 - Monday, April 9, 2012

Contestants

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Anne Raybon, a teacher's assistant and school bus driver from Asheville, North Carolina

Doug Lloyd, a law student from Charlton, Massachusetts

Bing Huo, a mechanical engineer from Sunnyvale, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANAGRAMMED EUROPE
HOBBITS' OTHER ROLES
TRANSPORTATION
THE 20th FIRST ANNUAL IG NOBEL PRIZE
PAUL REVERE
THE "BRITISH" ARE COMING
    $200 5
I'd like to visit this national capital, solo
    $200 1
Sean Astin (Sam) played this title guy, the last player carried off the field by his Notre Dame teammates
    $200 16
By passenger traffic, this London airport is Europe's busiest
    $200 21
In public health: "for determining by experiment that microbes cling to" scientists who grow these, like ZZ Top
    $200 26
In 1773 Paul Revere donned native garb & participated in this protest
    $200 9
It's the oldest continuously run championship in golf
    $400 7
I've visited this capital more than once
    $400 2
Dominic Monaghan (Merry) found the part of Charlie on this ABC drama
    $400 17
This mode of transportation can be traced back to a motorized toboggan built by Carl Eliason in 1924
    $400 22
Peace: "for confirming the widely held belief that" this audible outburst relieves pain
    DD: $3,000 27
Revere also made glasses & surgical instruments, but his artistry in this material was the focus of his professional life
    $400 10
2-word term for the rapid U.S. popularity of bands like the Rolling Stones in the 1960s
    $600 8
I saw a heron wading in this river
    $600 3
Billy Boyd (Pippin) served as Russell Crowe's coxswain in this period piece
    $600 18
The Ion, L300 & Vue were popular models of this now-retired GM automobile
    $600 23
Medicine: finding that this breathing disorder "can be treated with a roller-coaster ride"; Advair is more traditional
    $600 28
Paul Revere's ride to warn the colonists of coming British troops took place in April of this year
    $600 13
It borders Montana & Idaho
    $800 11
Do cooks broil meat or braise it in this country?
    $800 4
You may remember that Ian Holm (Bilbo) portrayed the complicated android Ash in this Ridley Scott film
    $800 19
This vehicle is seen in 19th-century Japan, the time & place it was invented
    $800 24
Engineering: "for perfecting a method to collect whale snot, using a remote-control" this (probably not a Black Hawk)
    $800 29
At his own request Revere was court-martialed & acquitted over the 1779 Penobscot expedition into this present state
    $800 14
Is it hot in here? Measure these, BTUs
    $1000 12
I wish someone would erect a statue of me on this island
    $1000 6
Mickey Rourke finds a dastardly way to kill Elijah Wood (Frodo) in this "urban" movie
    $1000 20
This doorless 4-wheeled buggy had a variety of tops including parasol, extension &, of course, fringed
    $1000 25
Physics: showing that on icy paths, "people slip and fall less often if they wear" these over their shoes (under's OK, too)
    $1000 30
Revere's father, who came to America as a child, was one of these French Protestants
    $1000 15
Tortola is one of the 4 main islands of this U.K. territory in the eastern Caribbean

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

Bing Doug Anne
$600 $3,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bing Doug Anne
$6,000 $5,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE LITERARY WORLD
BEGINS & ENDS WITH A VOWEL
MATH FORMULAS
SAN FRANCISCO ATTRACTIONS
BUSINESS LETTERS
I'M GONNA HURL
    $400 22
Johann Wyss edited & completed his father's book about this "Swiss Family"
    $400 6
Aloha! It's the instrument heard here
    $400 11
A formula used for cubes is V = e3, in which "V" is this
    $400 1
This attraction is home to Pier 39 & some 900 California sea lions
    $400 17
When incorporated in 1885, AT&T stood for this
    $400 16
In 2010 Roy Halladay of this team threw 2 no-hitters--one in the regular season & one in the postseason
    $800 23
A woman learns of family secrets back in China in this author's 2001 novel "The Bonesetter's Daughter"
    $800 7
In pop culture this hot word follows "Disco" & "The Towering"
    $800 12
In degrees, the sum of the interior these in a polygon equals 180(n-2)
    $800 2
Take a scenic 1.75-mile walk across this landmark completed in 1937
    $800 18
The "F" in FTD stands for these retailers who formed the delivery service in 1910
    $800 27
This Stanford quarterback was out of this as the Heisman Trophy runner-up in 2010 & 2011
    $1200 24
The "Mabinogion" is a collection of Celtic tales & lore from this United Kingdom country
    $1200 8
This Australian bird can run (not fly) nearly 30 mph
    $1200 13
For a parallelogram, use A = bh --"A" for this
    $1200 3
This home of the 49ers was built for $24.6 million in '59
    $1200 19
MSN, which went online in 1995, stands for this
    $1200 28
Forms of this field event, in which a 16-pound object is hurled, were once practiced at festivals honoring Thor
    $1600 25
One of the first epics in Spanish literature was "The Poem of" this hero, from around 1140
    $1600 9
Quick! Give me this 8-letter remedy for the effects of a poison
    $1600 14
In D = rt, "r" is rate, "t" is time & "D" is this
    DD: $4,000 4
Frommer's says this intersection "retains much of the hippie-Bohemian culture of its heyday"
    $1600 20
Since its inception in 1986, QVC has offered customers quality, value & this, right from their homes
    $1600 29
Jan Zelezny holds the world record in this field event with a throw of almost 325 feet
    $2000 26
This Frenchman dedicated his book of poems "Les Fleurs du mal" to his friend & fellow poet Theophile Gautier
    $2000 10
A large group or chain of islands, like the Malay
    $2000 15
For a rectangle P = 2l+2w, "P" being short for this
    $2000 5
A stretch of this street featuring 8 hairpin turns was created in 1922 by engineers with a fiendish streak
    $2000 21
For all your weight loss & bodybuilding supplements there's GNC, the "GN" being this
    DD: $6,000 30
Wearing a kilt , is mandatory in the Highland Games event called "tossing" this, often a 17-foot-long fir pole

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bing Doug Anne
$18,000 $16,200 $17,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
His widow Maria Elena & actor Gary Busey were on hand when his star was dedicated outside Capitol Records in 2011

Final scores:

Bing Doug Anne
$1,599 $12,400 $999
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bing Doug Anne
$13,000 $16,200 $13,200
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $42,400

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