Show #6531 - Monday, January 28, 2013

Joshua Brakhage game 4.

Contestants

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Kristin Durianski, an attorney from Merrillville, Indiana

Heather Montanye, an environmental resource manager from Monticello, Florida

Joshua Brakhage, a TV news producer originally from South Coffeyville, Oklahoma (whose 3-day cash winnings total $49,605)

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Jeopardy! Round

PROVERBS
SENDING THINGS
THE APPROPRIATE SPORT THEY PLAYED
NOT JUST DESSERTS
MYTHOLOGICAL MISTAKES
THE ANIMA"LL" KINGDOM
    $200 8
It is said that this "lies at the bottom of a well"; it's also "stranger than fiction"
    $200 26
It's the P in UPS, the world's largest package delivery company
    $200 2
Prince Fielder
    $200 1
A bit of computer data containing user information sent from browser to server & back again
    $200 21
This king realized he'd goofed big time when his food & wine turned to gold
    $200 16
The alpaca & this relative are domestic animals not known to exist in a wild state
    $400 9
It's the proverb represented by the trio seen here
    $400 27
Meaning "precedence", it's a 2- to 3-day package service from the U.S. postal service
    $400 3
Margaret Court
    $400 7
A wanton woman, or sharp to the taste
    $400 22
Cassandra warned the Trojans about this gift from the Greeks but was ignored
    $400 17
This large reptile has a u-shaped snout & a bite in which all the teeth of the lower jaw fit within the teeth of the upper jaw
    $600 10
Now for your spring forecast"... "March comes in like" this "& goes out like a lamb"
    $600 28
DHL offers personally accompanied door-to-door delivery, this type of service
    $600 4
Jim Kiick
    $600 13
In a car, it's the act of rotating the rear around the front wheels, leaving skidmarks & smoke
    DD: $1,600 23
When this Gorgon got mad at Athena for refusing a request, Athena made her ugly & turned her hair into snakes
    $600 18
With a wingspan over 5 feet, the great black-backed is the largest species of this seabird
    $800 11
The Spanish equivalent of this proverb is "No solo de pan vive el hombre"
    $800 29
It's the vehicle seen here for sending Blaze or Old Paint to a new home
    $800 5
Chip Beck
    $800 14
A whole that is divided up to be shared, like the wealth of a society
    $800 24
When Jason married Creusa, this ex-wife gave Creusa a dress that burned her to death as soon as she tried it on
    $800 19
This burrowing mammal has a carapace, a set of plates covered in scales
    $1000 12
Especially in today's job market, "He who would climb" this "must begin at the bottom"
    $1000 30
The delivery guys won't thank you if you ship spent nuclear fuel; the casks are made with this heavy material, At. No. 82
    $1000 6
Scott Speed
    $1000 15
Not only an English dessert, it's a verb meaning to treat someone without respect
    $1000 25
Callisto made the mistake of fraternizing with Zeus & was turned into a bear by this jealous goddess
    $1000 20
This primarily ground-dwelling monkey is seen here

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

Joshua Heather Kristin
$3,200 $2,800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Heather Kristin
$6,800 $5,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN AUTHORS
A LITTLE "BRO"MANCE
PENINSULAS
INTERNATIONAL TV TITLES
NON-BRITISH ROYALS
FABRICS
    $400 1
Like much of her Vampire Chronicles, her "Feast of All Saints" is set in New Orleans
    $400 8
An Irish accent
    $400 16
The region of Calabria occupies the peninsula that makes up the "toe" of this country's boot
    $400 2
In Argentina this 1960s show became "Viaje a las Estrellas"
    $400 26
Overshadowed by Kate & William, the nuptials of this Monaco monarch were termed "The Other Wedding"
    $400 19
Egyptian mummies were wrapped with this flaxen cloth that symbolized light & purity
    $800 4
This picture of social life in New York during the 1870s earned Edith Wharton a Pulitzer Prize
    $800 12
A pamphlet or leaflet
    $800 17
Pebble Beach on this California peninsula has been called America's greatest public golf course
    $800 3
France called this long-running procedural "New York Police Judiciaire"
    $800 27
Carl XVI Gustaf became king of this country in 1973; 2 years later, his role was made totally symbolic
    $800 20
Nankeen, a yellow cotton fabric, was originally made in this country
    $1200 5
First name used by writer Kincaid; she was actually born on another Caribbean island, Antigua
    $1200 13
It can mean a quarrel, or a steak, like the London kind
    $1200 18
This Canadian province consists of a large island & a peninsula attached to New Brunswick
    DD: $6,000 9
In Germany this show had "Die Reitungs-schwimmer von Malibu" as part of its title
    $1200 28
For more than a year, King Hamad of this Persian Gulf island country has been confronted by protests for greater democracy
    $1200 21
It's the rich, red fabric worn by the 18th century gentleman seen here
    $1600 6
She's dazzled her readers with novels like "Dazzle", "Princess Daisy" & "Scruples"
    $1600 14
To mention a subject for the first time
    DD: $3,200 24
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Singapore.) I'm in Singapore, riding the world's largest observation wheel; from the top you can see parts of this peninsula that has Asia's southernmost mainland point
    $1600 10
HBO show that, in Spain, became "A Dos Metros Bajo Tierra"
    $1600 29
In 1999 Abdullah II took over as king of Jordan from this late father of his
    $1600 22
Floral patterns are a feature of the rose point type of this delicate fabric
    $2000 7
Sadly, this Irish author whose books include "Tara Road" & "Circle of Friends" died in 2012 at age 72
    $2000 15
Verb meaning to act as the intermediary in a sale, like of a stock
    $2000 25
This 750-mile-long Siberian peninsula was closed to other Russians until 1989 & to foreigners until 1990
    $2000 11
If you miss the strong female characters of this U.S. show, maybe you can catch it in Norway as "Frustrerte Fruer"
    $2000 30
King Mswati III of this southern Africa land has ruled as an absolute monarch since 1986
    $2000 23
A worsted fabric with each side a different color is named for this Roman god

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Heather Kristin
$22,000 $20,000 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE GRAMMYS
Of the more than 75 competitive categories, this one does not cite the title of any album, song or other project

Final scores:

Joshua Heather Kristin
$20,006 $17,999 $1,100
4-day champion: $69,611 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joshua Heather Kristin
$15,600 $20,000 $4,200
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
23 R,
2 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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