Show #6600 - Friday, May 3, 2013

Contestants

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Jerald Lentini, an attorney from Silver Spring, Maryland

Mark Reeves, a graduate student of history from Bowling Green, Kentucky

John Anneken, a postdoctoral researcher from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,911)

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Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL HOLIDAYS
FILMMAKING
THE BIG "BOARD"
CALIFORNIA
NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED
(Alex: You have to name the animal that goes with the two items we present in each clue.)
SEEKING ASYLUM
    $200 7
His feast day, March 17, is a national holiday in Ireland
    $200 18
A transitional device, it precedes "in", "out" & "-to-black"
    $200 1
A promenade along a beach or shore, perhaps fashionably near Park Place
    $200 16
The free speech movement began in 1964 on this University of California campus
    $200 26
Wrench & shines
    $200 6
Fugitive financier Robert Vesco is alleged to have gotten all kinds of goodies for Fidel in exchange for asylum here
    $400 8
Observed on July 14, France's La Fete Nationale is more commonly known to us as this day
    $400 19
Time to lower this on you, the counterbalanced pole with a mic that dangles over the actors, out of frame
    $400 2
This name for a side of the boat is related to the word "steer"; Teutonic ships were steered on that side
    $400 17
Erected in 1923, this L.A. landmark was originally an advertisement for a real estate development
    $400 27
Bumps & berry
    $400 12
Iranian-Egyptian relations were frosted over by Cairo's grant of asylum to this man in 1979
    $600 9
In this country February 6 is Waitangi Day, commemorating an 1840 treaty between the Brits & the Maori
    $600 20
(Kelly and Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrate.) The camera shot taken from where a character's eyes would be is known as this three-word term
    $600 3
Examples of these include Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut & Phillips Academy in Massachusetts
    $600 23
Get out of the city and feel the sea breeze on California Route 1, known for much of its length by this three-word
oceanic name.
    $600 28
Feathers & latitudes
    $600 13
As he is gay, the passage of the "Kill the Gay's" bill in Kampala in this country caused Moses Mworeko to seek U.S. asylum
    $800 10
Oxi Day in Greece celebrates the prime minister saying "oxi" (no) to this Italian dictator's World War II demands
    $800 21
When a director decides to "rack" or "pull" this, a different part of the image becomes sharper
    $800 4
Frank Sinatra's nickname; it was all business, baby
    $800 24
From 1934 to 1938 Al Capone enjoyed the California weather & lifestyle at this location
    $800 29
Rock & tears
    $800 14
Known as Misha, he got asylum from Canada before joining the American Ballet Theatre
    $1000 11
This country, whose flag is seen here celebrates Flag Day on June 6, the date Gustav Vasa was elected king
    $1000 22
Documentary film-making with no narration, long takes & minimal editing is known by this "truthful" French term
    DD: $1,400 5
In the 1950s the Brown family took on this Topeka organization in the Supreme Court
    $1000 25
By the early 20th century, the largest landowner in California was this railroad
    $1000 30
Mom & balm
    $1000 15
In 2012 Julian Assange sought asylum at Ecuador's embassy in this city

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

John Mark Jerald
$3,200 $3,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Mark Jerald
$5,000 $2,800 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH LIT
INTERNET-BUSINESS.COM
14-LETTER WORDS
FAMOUS AMERICANS
COLORFUL SONGS
SEEKIN ASYLUMS
(Alex: In the first round, you were seeking asylym. Now you are [*].)
    $400 1
In part for his "virility of ideas", this "Jungle Book" author was the first Brit to win the Nobel Prize for literature
    $400 2
This movie & TV show rental .com claims "more than 27 million members in the United States and Canada"
    $400 29
Elevators are a common trigger for this fear
    $400 8
I may be nostalgic, but I still love the work of this man, such as Pride Of Parenthood
    $400 17
The Rolling
Stones:
"Paint It, _____"
    $400 14
The USA's oldest mental hospital was established in 1773, convenient to the college of William & Mary in this state
    $800 4
The press called Rev. W. Awdry "the Puff Puff Parson" after the success of his children's books about this train car
    $800 3
This Salt Lake City-based online retailer features Mobile O, Club O Rewards & O.biz
    $800 9
It's the type of surveillance used to take the photo seen here of Cuba
    $800 10
Allen Dulles, John Foster's brother, was the first civilian director of this agency from 1953 to 1961
    $800 18
Psychedelic Furs:
"Pretty In _____"
    $800 15
From Broadmoor Asylum, after killing a man, William Minor sent thousands of citations to this British dictionary
    $1200 5
This military man lost the "Seven Pillars Of Wisdom" manuscript in a train station
    $1200 21
Founder Jeff Bezos wanted to call it Cadabra, but when a lawyer misheard it as "cadaver", went with this instead
    $1200 25
Adverb used before "speaking" when you're talking about a possible future situation
    $1200 11
In 1853 he won $2 at an Illinois fair for the "best center draft plow"
    $1200 19
Grandmaster Flash
& Mellie Mel:
"_____ Lines
(Don't Do It)"
    $1200 16
This film with Leonardo DiCaprio seeking a patient was filmed at Medfield State Hospital in Massachusetts
    $1600 6
Titles about angst in sports include Handke's "The Goalie's Anxiety At The Penalty Kick" & Alan Sillitoe's "The Loneliness Of" him
    $1600 22
Nick Swinmurn founded this .com in '99 after an unsuccessful trip to the mall for some shoes
    DD: $4,000 26
Here's Faust, with this fellow in red, who's one heck of a bargainer
    $1600 12
His life & music inspired the movie "Yankee Doodle Dandy"
    $1600 20
This David Bowie title comes between "Barefoot" & "Night" in a Jake Owen No. 1 country hit
    $1600 27
This Marquis was locked up at Charenton near Paris, where the play usually called "Marat"/him is set
    $2000 7
"Black Beauty", written toward the end of her life, was her only novel
    $2000 23
This matchmaking site says there are "29 key areas that help develop a great long-term relationship"; music to our ears!
    $2000 30
Statements you know to be false, put out in order to influence others' behavior
    $2000 13
As well as writing her own poems like "The New Colossus", she also translated the works of other Jewish poets
    $2000 24
On "Sesame Street" Elvis Costello redid this song as "A Monster Went & Ate My Red 2"
    DD: $2,000 28
Composer Bedrich Smetana died in an asylum in this world capital

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Mark Jerald
$15,000 $13,600 $11,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
For a 1953 paper Odile Crick drew the diagram showing the structure of this

Final scores:

John Mark Jerald
$27,201 $25,600 $22,600
3-day champion: $60,112 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Mark Jerald
$12,600 $13,600 $11,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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