Show #6560 - Friday, March 8, 2013

Drew Horwood game 4.

Contestants

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Yellowlees Douglas, an associate professor of management communications from Gainesville, Florida

Mike Munley, a digital analyst from Kearny, New Jersey

Drew Horwood, a business analyst from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 3-day cash winnings total $63,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRO SPORTS TEAMS
OUR STATE FAIR
(Alex: You have to tell us the state. We'll give you the city and the dates.)
PINS & NEEDLES
WORDS WITH A DOUBLE L
TORAH
THE EXPLORER
    $200 21
Appropriate name of the Major League baseball team whose home field is Miller Park
    $200 1
Near Syracuse in late August-early September
    $200 16
Edison's first one of these had 2 needles, one for recording & one for playback
    $200 11
A one followed by 9 zeros
    $200 26
"Torah" literally means "instruction" or this, something a solicitor practices
    $200 4
Brr! This Norwegian explorer's bust sits outside on Spitsbergen Island, from which he flew over the North Pole
    $400 22
This English Premier League team whose name means a stockpile of weapons has a cannon in its logo
    $400 2
In Pueblo in late August- early September
    DD: $1,000 17
To make a simple one of these, magnetize a needle, run it through a cork & place it in a bowl of water
    $400 12
A drum as well as a bugle can sound this early morning wake-up signal
    $400 27
"Torah" is another word for the Pentateuch, the Old Testament's first this many books
    $400 5
This Hernando's hideaway in the winter of 1539-40 was a village in northern Florida
    $600 23
The NBA's Sonics left Seattle & moved to this "city"
    $600 3
At Macon in late April- early May
    $600 18
To settle a $15 debt in 1849, Walter Hunt invented this, now a symbol of punk rockers
    $600 13
Extending in the same direction, equidistant at all points & never converging or diverging
    $600 28
The Torah was received by Moses when he was at this lofty place
    $600 6
(Kelly gives the clue from the Galapagos Islands)

In 1952, soon after sailing from South America to Polynesia, this Norwegian found pottery shards on the Galapagos--signs of at least temporary pre-Spanish habitation here
    $800 24
We don't know if they like to "Dance, Dance", but Major League Soccer's team in New England is called this
    $800 9
At Great Falls in late July- early August
    $800 19
The NASA lapel pin for his February 1962 Mercury flight depicts his capsule making 3 orbits of Earth
    $800 14
A geographical feature, such as the one "of Ten Thousand Smokes" in a volcanic area of Alaska
    $800 29
In synagogues the Torah resides in a compartment known by this 3-letter term
    $800 7
Tim Cope's 6,000-mile journey from Mongolia to Hungary led to the documentary "The Trail of" this fierce guy
    $1000 25
After 15 years away, in 2011 NHL hockey came back to this Canadian city whose name begins with victory
    $1000 10
At Minot in late July
    $1000 20
Gold & silver needles used in this medical practice were found in the tomb of Liu Sheng, who was buried in 113 B.C.
    $1000 15
"God is love. Love is blind. Bob Smith is blind. Therefore Bob Smith is God" is a faulty this philosophic term
    $1000 30
To avoid touching the words of the Torah, follow along with a yad, shaped like one of these body parts
    $1000 8
(Kely delivers the clue by a map)

An historic journey around 1000 A.D. along the Labrador Coast to a place called Vinland may have been undertaken because of a tale this so-called lucky man had heard while in Greenland

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

Drew Mike Yellowlees
$2,000 $200 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Mike Yellowlees
$5,200 $3,800 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

CARIBBEAN CAPITALS
COMMON BONDS
KIDDY LIT
TOUGH TV
BIOLOGY
NORM DE GUERRE
    $400 1
Spice baskets are popular gift items you can purchase in St. George's, capital of this island invaded by the U.S. in 1983
    $400 6
Ontario,
Havasu,
Baikal
    $400 16
She's the title Swiss Miss in an 1881 Johanna Spyri story
    $400 10
The 1979 ABC sitcom "Delta House" was a TV clone of this successful comedy film
    $400 21
It should take just a wink to tell us a nictitating membrane is a third one of these found in birds
    $400 26
The icing on this invasion was when William was crowned in Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day, 1066
    $800 2
(I'm Anderson Cooper.) The morning after a catastrophic earthquake rocked Haiti, I, as the first American journalist on the ground, broadcast the devastation of this capital
    $800 7
Trash,
a boyfriend you're sick of,
goods or securities sold below costs
    $800 17
Chapter 3 of this book begins, "The Mole had long wanted to make the acquaintance of the Badger"
    $800 11
This young woman's death in the first episode led to many strange events in the title town on "Twin Peaks"
    $800 25
In adult females, this primary male hormone contributes to the formation of estrogen in the ovaries
    $800 27
During WWII his "Four Freedoms" posters were reproduced by the Office of War Information
    $1200 3
H.M. [Her Majesty's] Prison, which dates to the 1840s, is the oldest building in Road Town, the capital of this British island group
    $1200 8
Wilkins Micawber,
Harold Skimpole,
Paul Sweedle-pipe
    $1200 18
"The voyages of" this M.D. won the 1923 Newbery Medal for Best Children's Book
    $1200 12
Kathy Griffin's Emmy-winning series on Bravo was "My Life On" this
    DD: $2,000 22
In the human body the process of osmoregulatrion is primarilly carried out by these organs
    $1200 28
In 1992 this Gulf War general published an autobiography, "It Doesn't Take A Hero"
    $1600 4
This capital of Antigua & Barbuda shares its name with the capital of Newfoundland
    $1600 9
Zanza,
koto,
helicon
    DD: $2,000 19
This heroine was named for the rampion, a leafy vegetable her father stole from the Witch's garden
    $1600 13
This ABC late-night talk show got into trouble on its very first telecast when it offered its audience & its guests an open bar
    $1600 24
"Dorsal" means relating to the back, while this means relating to the underside
    $1600 29
His experiences in the Invasion of Luzon became the basis for his novel "The Naked And The Dead"
    $2000 5
Trinidad & Tobago's capital has this name; sounds like Barcelona or someplace
    $2000 15
Radar,
sagas,
a Toyota
    $2000 20
This Louis Sachar book begins, "There is no lake at Camp Green Lake"
    $2000 14
It was the name of the home-improvement show hosted by Tim Allen on "Home Improvement"
    $2000 23
These microscopic hairlike projections on protozoans are used for movement
    $2000 30
TV producer & former B-17 gunner Norman Lear founded "People For" this patriotic concept

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Mike Yellowlees
$15,200 $11,800 $10,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
Brother & sister who were both nominated for 1969 Oscars: he for a screenplay, she for Best Actress; they didn't win

Final scores:

Drew Mike Yellowlees
$6,799 $3,199 $3,200
4-day champion: $70,798 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Drew Mike Yellowlees
$14,800 $12,800 $9,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,000

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