Show #4681 - Monday, January 3, 2005

Kerry Breitenbach game 2.

Contestants

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Mia Hasouris, an apherisis recruiter and graduate student from St. Paul, Minnesota

David Jackman, a doctor from Boston, Massachusetts

Kerry Breitenbach, a marketing analyst from South Euclid, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE TROPIC OF CANCER
EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION
ORGANIZATIONS
IT'S NOT CATCHING
THIRD BASE
LET'S GET IT "ON"!
    $200 16
The Tropic of Cancer lies 23 degrees, 27 minutes north of this line
    $200 6
The Sweathogs attended James Buchanan High in Brooklyn on this '70s show
    $200 26
Golden Key is this type of "society" as in the bumper stickers that say "my child is" this type of "student"
    $200 21
Some 40 million Americans suffer from these that may be triggered by shellfish or pollen
    $200 11
Before it went Christian, the Cathedral of Cordoba was the third-largest of these Islamic structures
    $200 1
The type of light associated with Vegas, its atomic number is 10
    $400 17
The start of this season in the N. Hemisphere is when the sun shines straight down on the tropic at noon
    $400 7
This show focused on the escapades of Zack, Screech & their friends at Bayside High School
    $400 27
The Norwalk, Ohio one represents 360 business; the U.S. one represents 3 million
    $400 22
If you have amnesia, you may forget that you have this blood disorder that's a lack of hemoglobin
    $400 12
His third law of motion is the law of action & reaction
    $400 2
In astronomy, one billion years
    $600 18
Where the tropic crosses Africa, it's mainly this desert
    $600 8
The overachieving students on this show learned life lessons from substitute teacher Howard Hesseman
    $600 28
It was founded in 1924 by 6 cardiologists fighting what one called "almost unbelievable ignorance"
    $600 23
From the Latin for "to beat", it's a 9-letter medical synonym for a bruise
    $600 13
The Red Cross once considered the non-religious red diamond as a third symbol to join the red cross & this
    $600 3
A person of low social status, or a day laborer
    $800 19
As the Tropic passes through the Straits of Florida, it passes most closely to this world capital
    $800 9
This drama featuring Lloyd Haynes as a concerned teacher was set at Walt Whitman High
    $800 29
The National Association of Water Companies is on this Washington, D.C. street associated with lobbyists
    $800 24
With flu-like symptoms that sometimes last for months, CFS is this "syndrome"
    $800 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Berlin, Germany.) After East Berlin began to be walled off in 1961, this was the first entry checkpoint to be opened after Alpha and Bravo
    $800 4
Brand name for the chemical chiefly used as a refrigerant
    $1000 20
Drive from Chittagong to Dhaka in this country & you're really crossing the line
    $1000 10
Sarah Jessica Parker was a nerdy teen hoping to be part of the "in" crowd at Weemawee High on this '80s sitcom
    DD: $2,400 30
Like the U.N., this law-enforcement group with 181 member nations has a general assembly & a secretary general
    $1000 25
It's the inflammation of a fluid-filled sac that cushions the bones & tendons in a joint
    $1000 15
Olivia Yee Bishop is the protagonist of her third novel "The Hundred Secret Senses"
    $1000 5
Feisty former White House Chief of Staff Panetta

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

Kerry David Mia
$2,800 $4,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry David Mia
$10,000 $6,200 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

PHYSICS
NAME THAT WESTERN
JANE GREY'S BLUES
"HALL"s OF FAME
WOMEN WRITERS
-O-O-O
(Alex: Each correct response will have three nonconsecutive "O"s in it.)
    $400 2
Leo Szilard's term for the fission process where 1 neutron breaks an atom in 2, which splits more atoms...
    $400 21
1969: "Kid, there's something I ought to tell you. I never shot anybody before"
    $400 19
Of 10, 15 or 20, Lady Jane Grey's age when she became Queen of England
    $400 11
The 6th floor of this landmark opened in 1932 is designated "Rockette Operations"
    $400 1
Milkman is the son of Ruth & Macon Dead in her novel "Song of Solomon"
    $400 3
Humans have 23 pairs of these threadlike structures
    $800 7
A wheel's resistance to stopping its turning motion is called "rotational" this
    $800 22
1991: "Hi, Curly. Killed anyone today?"
    $800 20
Lady Jane and her husband Lord Dudley were beheaded for treason at this complex on February 12, 1554
    $800 15
Primarily designed by Edmund Wooley & Andrew Hamilton, it has also been called the State House of Pennsylvania
    $800 4
In 2004 Oprah picked this author's "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" for her book club
    $800 6
In 2001 Sharon Stone's husband suffered a crushed toe when attacked by this huge lizard at a zoo
    DD: $2,000 8
If you whip up a fresh batch of thorium-232 today, in 14 billion years this portion of its atoms will have decayed
    $1200 24
1952: "The public doesn't give a damn about integrity. A town that won't defend itself deserves no help"
    $1200 27
After Lady Jane's short reign, this Tudor queen, her cousin, took power & had her arrested
    DD: $2,400 16
In the early 1870s, "Honest" Jack Kelly became the new "Boss" of this organization
    $1200 5
Her 1997 bestseller "violin" might keep you up nights; not the playing of it, the reading of it
    $1200 12
Tedium, or wearisome lack of variety
    $1600 9
This effect, the emission of electrons from a heated metal in a vacuum, is named for an American inventor
    $1600 25
1992: "I'm here to kill you, Little Bill, for what you did to Ned"
    $1600 28
Leading to her historic nickname, it was the length in days of Lady Jane's reign
    $1600 17
In 1742 a local merchant gave this "Cradle of Liberty" to the City of Boston
    $1600 23
"Slouching Towards Bethlehem" is a 1968 collection of essays by her
    $1600 13
He wrote "World's Fair" & "Billy Bathgate"
    $2000 10
He figured out moving bodies on or above the Earth tend to drift sideways, so the "effect" bears his name
    $2000 18
James Roosevelt Bayley, a Roman Catholic bishop, founded this private New Jersey university in 1856
    $2000 26
Born in Fort Worth, Texas, she wrote "Strangers on a Train" & "The Talented Mr. Ripley"
    $2000 14
To ascribe human form or attributes to an animal or an inanimate object

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry David Mia
$22,000 $9,400 -$400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MILITARY MATTERS
According to the CIA, this foreign country has the highest military expenditures per capita

Final scores:

Kerry David Mia
$21,000 $8,400 -$400
2-day champion: $28,300 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kerry David Mia
$19,400 $8,600 -$400
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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