Show #4846 - Monday, October 10, 2005

2005 Back to School Week game 1.

Contestants

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Andrew Vogl, from Yonkers, New York

Madeline Suchard, from Placentia, California

Pranita Ramakrishnan, from Centreville, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

KIDS IN HISTORY
WHERE WE WENT ON SUMMER VACATION
IN THE BOOKSTORE
ANAGRAM ZOO
HOW TO INVEST YOUR ALLOWANCE
LET'S GO TO THE MOVIES
    $200 2
Even as a young girl in Philadelphia, this future flagmaker showed a talent for fine needlework
    $200 23
...to Hawaii where we got to pig out & dance the hula at one of these native feasts, right on the beach
    $200 21
He's the elusive writer of "A Series of Unfortunate Events"
    $200 4
Tall fellow:
FIFE RAG
    $200 13
Buy a desired collectible & you might make more money by auctioning it on this web site started in 1995
    $200 1
The strength of the outer part of a kernel of this determines if it's a nice fluffy one or a crunchy "old maid"
    $400 3
When this Italian explorer was a kid, his dad went to China without him; when he was a teen, his dad took him along
    $400 24
…to Paris, France where we saw this famous landmark that's pictured here
    $400 22
In a novel by E.B. White, a spider named Charlotte becomes friends with this pig
    $400 5
From Australia:
ORGAN OAK
    $400 14
Buy real estate & name the buildings after yourself, like this host of "The Apprentice"
    $400 9
In the 1960s, California had over 200 of these, where people watched movies from their cars
    DD: $1,000 6
Born in Scotland in 1747, he sailed off as a cabin boy at age 12 & later became a naval hero in the Amer. Revolution
    $600 25
…to Italy, where we tasted tiramisu, which was yummy, & gorgonzola, a type of this, which was yucky!
    $600 27
The Tuck family finds a fountain of youth in this novel by Natalie Babbitt
    $600 18
A mountain ape:
LIAR LOG
    $600 15
You donate money to the charity that fights this disease, & buy a wristband like the one seen here
    $600 10
The people on the board that assigns these, such as G & R, have to have had kids
    $800 7
A gifted student & a fine athlete, this member of the Tudor family became the heir to Engl.'s throne at age 10, in 1502
    $800 26
…to this U.S. city where we got to see Mt. Rainier form the top of the Space Needle
    $800 28
Milo meets a dog named Tock (who has a giant alarm clock for a body) in this classic by Norton Juster
    $800 19
Ocean mammal:
PIN HOLD
    $800 16
Buy shares of this in a company; there's an exchange for them on Wall St.
    $800 11
The people at www.captiveaudience.org want to eliminate these before movies; coming attractions, they're OK with
    $1000 8
This Polish-French composer who was born in 1810 composed a polonaise when he was only 7
    $1000 30
…to New York City where we visited the Museum of Modern Art & saw this man's famous painting, "Starry Night"
    $1000 29
Duchess is the mother of the title horse of this Anna Sewell story
    $1000 20
Asian snake fighter:
EGO MOONS
    $1000 17
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds from this government department founded in 1789
    $1000 12
This type of "seating", named for a place to watch sports, puts each row well above the one in front

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Pranita Madeline Andrew
-$400 $1,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pranita Madeline Andrew
$200 $7,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

"B" IN SCIENCE
TV DINNERS
YOU CAN QUOTE ME!
THE AUDIOVISUAL HOUR
I SEE LONDON, I SEE FRANCE
10-LETTER WORDS
    $400 1
This treelike grass with a woody stem is the favored food of pandas
    $400 2
This title character had to work as a frycook at the Chum Bucket after Mr. Krabs lost him in a bet
    $400 5
A current U.S. governor:
"America is a place where anyone can make it, even an Austrian farm boy"
    $400 26
(Jon of the Clue Crew plays with his food.) A traditional sound effect is crushing cornflakes to get the sound of footsteps on these in autumn
    $400 21
Opened in 1994 & nearly 31 miles long, it has entrances near Folkstone, England & Coquelles, France
    $400 16
Superman knows it's from the Greek for "mother city"
    $800 3
Toxins from these single-celled organisms can cause diseases like botulism
    $800 4
Restaurants on this animated series include The Frying Dutchman & Krusty Burger
    $800 6
In 1961:
"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country"
    $800 27
This instrument heard here is popular in both jazz & classical ensembles
    $800 22
This roamin' Roman led the invasions of Gaul in 58 B.C. & Britain in 55 B.C.; he'd be dead 11 years after that
    DD: $1,400 17
The only continent that fits the category
    DD: $1,000 12
It's the theory that the universe was created in a cosmic explosion
    $1200 9
You can buy groceries to make your own dinner at Mr. Hooper's store on this famous PBS road
    $1200 7
In the Bible:
"Let my people go!"
    $1200 28
The straight dope is it's the strait indicated here
    $1200 23
In 1066 William the Conqueror was crowned King at this famous abbey
    $1200 18
A round missile of war, or a splashy pool entry
    $1600 13
This attraction between atoms may be ionic, covalent or hydrogen
    $1600 10
Hilary Duff had a nightmare about working at the Burger Planet on this show
    $1600 8
Andy Warhol:
"In the future, everyone will be famous for" this many minutes
    $1600 29
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the chemistry lab.) The soft mineral that I'm able to scratch easily gives its name to this popular powder for skin
    $1600 24
Though France beat this future American president in a 1754 battle at Fort Necessity, it lost the war
    $1600 19
A 1920s dance, or a city in South Carolina
    $2000 14
This dark volcanic rock is low in silica content but fairly rich in iron & magnesium
    $2000 11
You don't have to be psychic to know the Chill Grill is the home away from home on this Disney Channel show
    $2000 15
An inventor:
"Genius is one percent inspiration & ninety-nine percent perspiration"
    $2000 25
After his capture during this long war with France, Chaucer's ransom was paid by King Edward III & he was released
    $2000 20
A solid figure having 10 sides

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pranita Madeline Andrew
-$400 $19,000 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
This one-word name is derived from the fact that the character used to sit among the ashes

Final scores:

Pranita Madeline Andrew
-$400 $20,401 $20,399
3rd place: $1,000 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy! Winner: $20,401 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy! 2nd place: $2,000 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pranita Madeline Andrew
-$200 $18,000 $10,200
7 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
18 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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