Show #6392 - Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Contestants

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Ed Hanlon, a graphic designer from Santa Monica, California

Fran Frederick, a school counselor and member of the Air National Guard from West Springfield, Massachusetts

Claudia Gray, a substitute teacher from Monrovia, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT'S APENNINE
YACHTS
HOME ALONE?
(Alex: We want you to name the child left behind after his or her siblings have gone away.)
ADD A LETTER
CELEBRATIONS OF THE MONTH
MEDICAL HISTORY
(Jimmy: The triumphs of the doctors and the patience of the patients--from Chicago's International Museum of Surgical Science.)
    $200 1
The Apennines, the backbone of Italy, are among the younger ranges of this larger mountain system
    $200 26
The 1956 wedding reception of Prince Rainier & her took place on Aristotle Onassis' yacht, the Christina O
    $200 3
Greg, Peter, Bobby, Marcia, Jan
    $200 24
Add a letter to a word for a man engaged to be married to get this word for the field of money matters
    $200 11
Poinsettia Day & most of Kwanzaa
    $200 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows us an iron lung at the Int'l Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago.) The iron lung was used when normal breathing was impossible due to lack of muscle control; it was once a standard treatment for this disease that was tamed by vaccines in the 1950s
    $400 2
The Apennines produce this sculpture material & are one setting in the 1860 novel titled this "Faun"
    $400 27
This "Key Largo" actor bought the Santana from Dick Powell & named his production company after it
    $400 5
Dewey, Francis, Reese, Jamie
    $400 12
Add a letter to Ernesto Guevara's nickname to get this singer of "Believe"
    $400 15
International Children's Book Day & Earth Day
    $400 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a medical device at the Int'l Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago.) French surgeon Alexis Carrel invented the perfusion pump, an early type of artificial heart, with the help of this American aviator, who was a mechanic from earliest boyhood
    $600 4
A museum is dedicated to the Apennine type of this animal, said to have suckled the founders of Rome
    $600 28
In 2011 police briefly reopened the case of this movie star's 1981 drowning just off the yacht Splendour
    $600 8
Chris & Stewie
    $600 13
Add a letter to an antlered critter to get this verb meaning "to discourage from acting"
    DD: $1,000 16
Freedom of Information Day & National Pi Day (the math kind)
    $600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us statues at the Int'l Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago.) The Hall of Immortals honors medical pioneers, like Madame Curie, ancient Egypt's Imhotep, &
of course, this man, born in Greece around 460 B.C.
    $800 6
Calderone, on the ice-covered north slope of Mount Corno, is the southernmost one of these in Italy
    $800 9
Darlene & Becky
    $800 14
Add a letter to a word meaning "difficult" to get this, a stockpile
    $800 22
Moon Day & Stay Out of the Sun Day
    $800 20
The museum has X-rays taken by Emil Grubbe, the USA's first doctor to practice this kind of therapy
    $1000 7
One division of the Apennines is called the Sicilian range & this is its highest peak
    $1000 10
Nate & David
    $1000 25
Add a letter to a word for a social engagement to get this Italian poet
    $1000 23
Wear Red Day & National Cherry Pie Day
    $1000 21
You can get plush toys shaped like microbes, including this up-to-90% fatal virus that emerged in the Congo in 1976

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Claudia Fran Ed
$200 $2,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Fran Ed
$1,200 $5,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT MOVIES
1960s BESTSELLERS
ALTARED STATES
(Alex: Notice the spelling there.)
AN ARMY OF OLIVERS
"AY"!
SIT ON IT
    $400 4
In "Year One" David Cross plays this character wanted for the murder of his brother
    $400 9
In chapter 1 of this novel, Amerigo Bonasera tells his wife, "For justice we must go on our knees to Don Corleone"
    $400 1
St. Patrick's Cathedral, opened 1879
    $400 10
Born in 1599, he started puritanizing parliament about 30 years later
    $400 22
In golf, it's the closely mowed stretch of grass between the tees & the green
    $400 21
Proverbially, a futile act is rearranging these chairs on the Titanic
    $800 5
The film with this numeric title was based on Frank Miller's graphic novel about the battle of Thermopylae
    $800 11
In a 1965 bestseller, he's sent to Jamaica to kill "The Man With the Golden Gun"
    $800 2
Alamo Heights United Methodist Church
    $800 17
This British chef wants to have a "Food Revolution" of fresh over processed
    $800 23
A type of race between 2 or more teams, or to pass on a message
    $800 28
Its name is from the French for "long chair"
    DD: $2,000 6
Ye gods! Sea monsters, Medusa & Hades are but a few of the villains in this 2010 remake of a 1981 film
    $1200 12
This Arthur Hailey novel really took off--it was the bestselling novel of 1968
    $1200 3
Old North Church, built in 1723
    $1200 18
After leaving the Marine Corps, he lost a 1994 Virginia bid for the U.S. Senate
    $1200 24
To decline with age or, if you're a radioactive substance, to decompose into a more stable form
    $1200 29
This outdoor style of chair is perfect for lounging in the mountains of the same name, like at Schroon Lake
    $1600 7
The Rock plays an Akkadian assassin hell-bent on stopping the evil tyrant Memnon in this prequel to "The Mummy"
    $1600 13
She had back-to-back No. 1 bestsellers with "Valley of the Dolls" & "The Love Machine"
    $1600 15
Tabernacle on Temple Square
    $1600 19
He died at sea in 1819, 6 years after his biggest naval triumph
    $1600 25
Add Parmesan & Swiss cheese to Bechamel sauce & it becomes this sauce offen served with fish or vegetables
    $1600 30
Vehicular name for an enclosed portable chair borne on poles & carried by 2 people
    $2000 8
John Sayles wrote the script for this film that starred Daryl Hannah as a Cro-Magnon gal raised by Neanderthals
    $2000 14
The pope has died, setting off intrigue in the Vatican, in "The Shoes of" this
    DD: $1,600 16
Shaker Heights Community United Church of Christ
    $2000 20
Supreme Court justice nicknamed "The Great Dissenter"
    $2000 26
East Indies is another name for this archipelago
    $2000 27
A type of chair is named for this insect because its shape resembles outstretched wings

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Fran Ed
$12,400 $10,400 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN ENTERTAINMENT
1 of the first 2 women in Hollywood to own a studio (according to the official bio of No. 3, Oprah)

Final scores:

Claudia Fran Ed
$20,801 $20,400 $20,800
3-day champion: $45,202 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Claudia Fran Ed
$12,400 $15,000 $10,400
14 R,
2 W
17 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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