Show #6635 - Friday, June 21, 2013

Andrew Moore game 5.

Contestants

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Judy Cole, a data analyst from Concord, Massachusetts

Ben Christenson, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $107,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

LAST NAME'S THE SAME
THE U.S. CITY RAINS SUPREME
THE 1970s
(Alex: Identify the sport as we deal with...)
THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S SPORTS HALL OF FAME
IT'S GETTING "LATE"
TIME FOR BED
    $200 20
Dublin-born author Jonathan & Pennsylvania-born country singer Taylor
    $200 29
"The city so nice they named it twice:, it gets nearly 50" of rain a year... good luck getting a cab!
    $200 28
In 1973, he became the second man in U.S. history to resign as Vice President
    $200 23
Althea Gibson
    $200 2
This football infraction that can happen out of bounds results in a 15-yard penalty
    $200 17
A cinematic highlight of "Step Brothers" is when a set of these collapses
    $400 21
AIDS researcher Robert & winemaking brothers Ernest & Julio
    $400 27
Averaging 47.8" of rain yearly might be why this city built the first completely domed baseball stadium in the 1960s
    $400 24
This dance palace, popular with the "in crowd", opened in Manhattan in 1977
    $400 7
Shannon Miller
    $400 3
It represents the large majority of paint sold in the United States
    $400 30
You lie crossways in the Mayan type of this, which can take 2 miles of cord to make
    $600 19
Young actress Emma & NPR's Cokie
    $600 11
It's a wonder that more Kentucky Derbys aren't muddy, as this home city of the race gets 44.5" of rain annually
    $600 18
NYC's "Survivor Tree" was planted on the plaza of this landmark in the '70s; just an 8' stump in 2001, by 2010 it was 30'
    $600 6
Janet Evans
    $600 4
Stylish phrase for arriving after the appointed hour because you're just that cool
    $600 26
Placed under a mattress, it's an arrangement of spiral coils enclosed in a cloth-covered frame
    $800 12
Secretary of State James & banana dancer Josephine
    $800 10
Elvis got rained on when he moved to this city in 1948; it gets 54.7" a year
    $800 8
Israel's first fighter plane, the Nesher ("Vulture"), took wing & had many kills in this holiday-named 1973 war
    $800 5
Jayne Torvill
    $800 22
6-letter adjective meaning dormant or not yet developed
    $800 25
"Numeric" bed with pillars at the corners to support a canopy or curtains
    $1000 13
Vaccine pioneer Edward & gold medalist Bruce
    $1000 9
Flowers get plenty of chances to bloom in this Pacific Northwest "City of Roses" with 37" of rain a year
    DD: $3,000 14
This national liberation front overthrew Nicaragua's Somoza regime
    $1000 1
Janet Guthrie
    $1000 15
I'm grateful for all the help way back when, but... this Janet Jackson song title
    $1000 16
Japanese name for a woven straw mat upon which a futon rests

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

Andrew Ben Judy
$9,600 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Ben Judy
$12,800 $3,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

KING OF THE HILL
(Alex: We'll give you a hill and the year. You tell us who was king or the ruler at that time.)
BUSINESS & FINANCE
THAT ANIMAL IS SOMETHING ELSE
NOVEL CHARACTERS
SONGS GETTING AIRPLAY
ASIAN RELIGION
    $400 14
Bunker Hill,
1774
    $400 28
On the day after Thanksgiving 2012, this largest U.S. retailer rang up 5,000 items per second
    $400 1
A small spot on the skin, or a spy
    $400 3
1844:
Lady De Winter,
Athos
    $400 7
In 1973 he sang, "Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane, I can see the red tail lights heading for Spain"
    $400 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.) Like almost all religious or other important structures in Cambodia, the Throne Hall faces this direction; so it's best photographed in the morning
    $800 15
Mount Fuji,
1944
    $800 27
In 2013 this company said it would shrink its store base & focus more on Nook tablets
    $800 2
"Sheepish" word meaning to force something into or through
    $800 6
1726:
The Yahoos,
The King of Brobdingnag
    $800 20
"737 comin' out of the sky, won't you take me down to Memphis on a midnight ride?" asked this John Fogerty band
    $800 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Vietnam.) To the Hindus, this symbol
can be used to mark openings,
While Buddhists use it
on representations
Of Buddha's footprints.
Its association as a symbol
of prosperity and good fortune
have been forever marred
by the Nazis
    $1200 16
Chaberton in France,
800 A.D.
    $1200 24
Toxic & unsalable, they're the TAs in TARP, the "Relief Program" implemented in 2008 to stem the financial crisis
    $1200 10
An embossed emblem
    $1200 8
1886:
David Balfour,
Captain Elias Hoseason
    $1200 21
Far East movement was "Sippin' sizzurp in my ride, like three 6, now I'm feelin' so fly, like a" this
    DD: $1,000 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Banteay Srei Temple in Cambodia.) In a lopsided
and unusual arrangement,
Banteay Srei's
northern sanctuary
was dedicated to Vishnu,
while the central
and southern sanctuaries
were dedicated
to this Hindu deity --
the destroyer
    $1600 17
Mount Narodnaya in Russia,
1682-1725
    $1600 23
Boeing stock took a dive after the grounding of its 787s, also known by this name
    $1600 11
Nickname for someone from Oshkosh, or to harass or urge persistently
    $1600 5
1969:
Johnny Fontane,
Luca Brasi
    $1600 19
In 1967 the 5th Dimension flew "Up Up And Away" in their "Beautiful" this
    $1600 4
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Angkor Wat in Cambodia.) Depicting elaborate scenes from both mythology and history, the many exquisite bas reliefs at Angkor Wat include many representations from this Hindu epic of the Bharata Dynasty
    DD: $3,000 18
Pico Del Teide in the Canary Islands,
since 1975
    $2000 22
In 2013 the finance minister of this long economically troubled African country said there was $217 in the National Treasury
    $2000 12
This bird becomes a verb when used to mean to gloat; you don't want to "eat it," though
    $2000 9
2001:
An orangutan named Orange Juice,
a hyena who kills her
    $2000 13
This folk trio's sole No. 1 hit was "Leaving On A Jet Plane"
    $2000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Bayon Temple in Cambodia.) The faces carved on the towers that crown Angkor Thom's Bayon Temple may represent Lokesvara, one of these enlightened beings who choose to stay on earth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Ben Judy
$23,200 $8,600 $11,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CARTOON CHARACTERS
She first appeared in 1930s "Dizzy Dishes" along with singing cats in flapper outfits

Final scores:

Andrew Ben Judy
$23,601 $10,600 $23,400
5-day champion: $131,003 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Ben Judy
$24,400 $8,600 $11,800
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $44,800

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