Show #6352 - Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Contestants

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Maurice Ayache, a graduate student of engineering from La Jolla, California

Amy Ketterling, an administrative assistant from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Doug Lloyd, a law student from Charlton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

PUT ME IN
COACH
I'M READY TO PLAY, TODAY
LOOK AT ME
I CAN "BE"
CENTER FIELD
    $200 21
Put me, this nut, into a milk chocolate bar & you have the "Joy" I've provided since 1946
    $200 26
Barry Switzer guided Oklahoma to 3 national titles & this Troy Aikman team to a Super Bowl win
    $200 2
The family of this classic toy includes a Mrs. & a brother & sister named Spud & Yam
    $200 7
This 20th century tsar nominally supervised the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway
    $200 13
Left stranded & helpless on the shore
    $200 1
Skokie, a suburb of this Midwestern city, was known as Niles Center until 1940
    $400 22
You can't use plain old rice if you're going to make sushi; it's got to be treated with me, the "rice" type of this
    $400 27
They may have tried to win one for the Gipper, but Notre Dame won a lot for this coach, too; he went 105-12-5
    $400 12
In 1934 Charles B. Darrow showed this board game to Parker Bros. executives, who rejected it due to 52 design errors
    $400 8
In presidential elections, this man won the silver three times
    $400 14
2-word alliterative term for paunch due to the imbibing of a certain beverage, thankfully not seen here
    $400 3
In Washington you'll find the 3 main theaters of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts facing this river
    $600 23
Any cowboy knows a Roy Rogers requires me, this pomegranate-flavored syrup
    $600 28
He won the Super Bowl in his first year with Tampa Bay & is now part of the "Monday Night Football" team
    $600 18
In a line of plastic dolls, her name precedes "Pocket"
    $600 9
Politicians continue to debate the economic ideas of this Brit, who died in 1946
    $600 15
The AKC says this breed is a "sturdy hunting dog" & has "a merry personality"
    $600 4
The MacDonnell Ranges cross the Red Centre, a sprawling area in this country's Northern Territory
    $800 24
If you want to mix a Cuba libre, just make a rum & Coke & add me, this fruit
    $800 29
Geno Auriemma led this university to back-to-back 39-0 championship years in women's hoops
    $800 19
In 1970 this action figure took on a more peaceful role, recovering mummies & helping the environment
    $800 10
This gambler seen here, also a character on "Boardwalk Empire", introduced a dapper look for 1920s gangsters
    $800 16
Affected by magic, especially by Samantha Stephens
    $800 5
This country's highlands are known in Portuguese as Planalto Central
    $1000 25
Ooh, me! Me! If you're going to use cheese in your Greek omelet, you've got to use me, your 4-letter friend!
    $1000 30
"Tonight, we are the greatest hockey team in the world", said this USA coach before taking on the USSR at the '80 Olympics
    DD: $5,000 20
Artist Rick Irons designed the classic red & orange flame logo of this toy brand introduced in 1968
    $1000 11
Though he went off to Africa instead of attending university, he's known for his scholarship
    $1000 17
Adjective for one wearing eyeglasses
    $1000 6
The Salton Sea is due north of this state's city of El Centro

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

Doug Amy Maurice
$600 $2,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Amy Maurice
$2,000 $11,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

1850s AMERICA
SHAPELY WORDS & PHRASES
LAST COMPLETE NOVEL
(Alex: You identify the author.)
CITIES IN SONG LYRICS
POLITICAL TYPES
BALLET MISERABLE
    $400 16
In 1857 this new song by James Pierpont rang out under the title "One Horse Open Sleigh"
    $400 6
It's said that more than 50 ships & 20 planes have disappeared in this eerie region of the North Atlantic
    $400 1
Fittingly, Louis Armstrong sang, "Way down yonder in" this city, "in the land of the dreamy scenes"
    $400 11
From the Latin for "send with a commission", it's a representative to a political convention
    $400 21
When I tried to do one of these turns of the body on one foot, I crashed into the choreographer
    DD: $6,000 17
In 1855 it was reported that this crop amounted to half of all U.S. exports
    $800 7
The USDA retired it in 2011 in favor of an icon called "MyPlate" to help people adopt healthy eating habits
    $800 2
Elton John sang of its freedom, "Shine on me, I love you"
    $800 12
This word follows "agent" to mean one who infiltrates a rival group & incites its members into incriminating acts
    $800 25
At practice I was asked to do an enlevement, the raising of one of these over my head with one arm
    $1200 18
When this was completed between Newfoundland & Ireland in 1858, Queen Victoria & Pres. Buchanan traded messages
    $1200 8
That's Jesus Castanon aboard the victorious Shackleford in this spot at Pimlico
    $1200 24
"Tender is the Night"
(1934)
    $1200 3
Sara Bareilles was "Gonna sell my car and go to" this Silver State city; "that's where dreams would be"
    $1200 13
'80s candidates courted these working-class voters, a term combining a president & his opposing party
    $1200 26
Someone used this term for beating the legs together in the air & I thought she meant a 9-volt
    $1600 19
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map of the Southwest U.S. and northern Mexico on the monitor.) The U.S. wanted to build a railroad across the Southwest, but the land was too mountainous, so in 1853 flatter land for the railroad was purchased from Mexico by this U.S. minister
    DD: $6,000 9
You get to be "mayor" if you "check in" at a certain location more than anyone else using this mobile platform
    $1600 23
"The Winter of our Discontent"
(1961)
    $1600 4
"They're closing all the factories down", sang Billy Joel about "living here"
    $1600 14
The head of a party's slate in an election, or a soldier carrying his nation's flag
    $1600 27
Jessica never has the right size of this footwear named for what she's dancing "en"
    $2000 20
In 1850 Ralph Waldo Emerson told a Concord audience that "No man can obey" this act forcing men back to bondage
    $2000 10
Civilizations in the Middle East & the Mediterranean basin began in the agricultural region with this 2-word nickname
    $2000 22
"Timequake"
(1997)
    $2000 5
In a Van Morrison tune, "She's as sweet as" this kind of honey
    $2000 15
Ordinal term for a group undermining a cause or a nation from within
    $2000 28
I nailed the first solo in "Fancy Free", with a double turn in the air & a landing in this position, but now I can't get up

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Amy Maurice
$6,000 $26,400 $6,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AWARDS & PRIZES
Designed by Norwegian Gustav Vigeland, it depicts 3 naked men with their hands on each other's shoulders

Final scores:

Doug Amy Maurice
$7,000 $30,000 $1,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Amy Maurice
$12,000 $18,000 $6,600
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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