Show #6465 - Friday, October 26, 2012

Keith Whitener game 3.

Contestants

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Meredith Bateman, a grocery merchandiser from Cincinnati, Ohio

Tori Lewis, a student of art history from San Diego, California

Keith Whitener, a research chemist originally from Charlotte, North Carolina (whose 2-day cash winnings total $51,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP
A SPANISH INQUISITION
(Alex: You have to translate the Spanish word in the clue.)
THE GREAT & POWERFUL OZ
MIKHAILS
NAVY
REMEMBERING ERNEST BORGNINE
    $200 10
The gift shop at this attraction on Cannery Row in Monterey sells a plush blue shark
    $200 5
Those 2 people are inseparable; think they're joined at the cadera?
    $200 22
Dorothy asks the Great Oz to send her back home to this place, "where my Aunt Em and Uncle Henry are"
    $200 2
He was the last president of the Soviet Union
    $200 1
Students at the Naval Academy have this rank
    $200 15
When this game show premiered in 1966, it was Ernest Borgnine, not Paul Lynde, in the center
    $400 11
The California National Park named for these trees related to redwoods sells seeds, so you can grow your own
    $400 6
May I have just one more piece of platano cream pie?
    $400 13
Soon after WWII Mikhail Kalashnikov designed the assault rifle known by this alphanumeric name
    $400 3
For Navy personnel, this decoration for heroism is second only to the Medal of Honor
    $400 16
In recent years Borgnine was the voice of Mermaid Man on this beloved Nick cartoon
    $600 12
The gift shop at this author's home sells a china shepherdess just like the one Ma loved in the books
    $600 7
Did the alguacil physically step in & keep order in the court?
    DD: $400 14
In 2005 after disbanding his White Oak Dance Project, he established an arts center in New York City
    $600 4
"The only easy day was yesterday" is the motto of these Navy Special Ops warriors
    $600 17
You might say Borgnine really butchered this 1955 film & won a Best Actor Oscar for the effort
    $800 20
Pick up a video at the gift shop of Gaudi's masterpiece La Sagrada Familia in this city in Spain
    $800 8
Do you feel bad for Mike, now that he's a two-time perdedor?
    $800 27
To give the Scarecrow brains, Oz mixed bran with these 2 types of pointy objects, a synonym for a tingly sensation
    $800 23
In 1613 Czar Michael (or Mikhail) started this dynasty that ruled Russia until 1917
    $800 18
Everything didn't come up roses for Borgnine & this Broadway powerhouse who were married for a month in 1964
    $1000 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Louvre in Paris, France.) The Louvre gift shop sells a 1,000-piece puzzle of Veronese's "The Wedding Feast at" this village... almost done!
    $1000 9
Do you remember when we were kids going to the zoo to see the oso pit?
    $1000 26
Oz is not a wizard, just a common man; the Scarecrow calls him this 6-letter word for a pretender
    $1000 24
For most of the 1950s, Mikhail Botvinnik was the world champion of this
    $1000 25
It makes sense that this U.S. Navy fleet is the world's largest, patrolling 100 million square miles
    $1000 19
After a bar fight, Borgnine threatens Sinatra in a scene from this war flick

"Someday when you walk in, I'll be waitin'. I'll show you a couple of things."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Keith Tori Meredith
$2,800 $1,200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Tori Meredith
$5,800 $1,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

100 YEARS AGO--1912
BEAUTY QUEENS
GEOGRAPHIC NICKNAMES
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THANKS FOR THE TITLE, SHAKESPEARE
LET'S HAVE A "BALL"
    $400 2
Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly across this European body of water
    $400 1
Currently the anchor of "ABC World News", she served as America's Junior Miss of 1963
    $400 7
"The Land of the Tulip"
    $400 30
Talk about "big" this--Saudi Aramco is sitting on 260 billion barrels of it, 10 times more than Exxon Mobil
    $400 17
A sonnet says "When to the sessions of sweet silent thought I summon up" this, the English title of a Proust work
    $400 12
In a kids' song, "I lost my poor" this "when somebody sneezed"
    $800 3
He won the pentathlon & the decathlon at the summer Olympics in Stockholm
    $800 21
Later one of the "Desperate Housewives", she was 1998's Miss Corpus Christi, Texas
    $800 8
State capital that's "the Mormon Metropolis"
    $800 19
Lockheed Martin is big in security & I.T. but is still better known for making these, like its C-5
    $800 18
The title of this 2011 novel about the 3 daughters of a Shakespeare professor gets its title from a trio in "Macbeth"
    $800 13
To put something into long-term storage, perhaps with small spheres of naphthalene
    $1200 4
Later revealed to be a hoax, this fossilized man was presented at the Geological Society of London
    $1200 22
Movie roles of this former Miss Teen All American include Catwoman & Leticia Musgrove in "Monster's Ball"
    DD: $2,000 9
Sicily's "Mountain of Fire"
    $1200 20
This 3-letter drugstore comes before "Caremark" in the name of a giant company
    $1200 29
This collection of Hawthorne "Tales" probably got its title from a line in "King John": "Life is as tedious as" these
    $1200 14
To prevent someone from joining a group by voting against him
    $1600 5
In November Albania declared its independence from this crumbling empire
    $1600 23
This movie star who appeared in 2012's "Dark Shadows" was a sun bunny who became Miss Orange County
    $1600 10
"The Bay of Giant Tides"
    $1600 26
A downloadable app called this company's "Greatest Hits" features Asteroids & Missile Command
    DD: $3,200 28
Steinbeck didn't have to read much of "Richard III" to get the title of this 1961 novel
    $1600 15
Fungus that discharges a cloud of spores when mature
    $2000 6
The United Kingdom established the forerunner to the R.A.F.-- the R.F.C., short for this
    $2000 24
She played former Miss Georgia World Suzanne Sugarbaker on "Designing Women" but in real life was 1974 Miss Florida
    $2000 11
A world capital since 1780, it's "The Venice of the East"
    $2000 25
This user review website made a "noise of pain" in March 2012 when its stock dropped after a promising IPO
    $2000 27
This title of David Foster Wallace's second novel comes from Hamlet's description of Yorick
    $2000 16
Named for a famous engineer & inventor, it's a round molecule with 60 carbon atoms

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Tori Meredith
$17,000 $3,000 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

21st CENTURY GAMES
The villains in this game were inspired by the swine flu epidemic scare

Final scores:

Keith Tori Meredith
$15,199 $2,999 $0
3-day champion: $66,399 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keith Tori Meredith
$16,400 $3,000 $7,800
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
8 R,
6 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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