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    $400 3
This longtime Alabama coach won 328 games in his 38-year career
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Show #5473 - Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Larissa Kelly game 7.

Contestants

Nan Reiner, an attorney from Alexandria, Virginia

Pat Roche, a trainer from East Greenbush, New York

Larissa Kelly, a grad student from El Cerrito, California (6-day champion whose cash winnings total $222,597)

Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
FOOTBALL COACHES
FIRST NAMES
CELEBRITIES' FAVORITE BOOKS
RANKS & TITLES
WORDS IN ALEX TREBEK
(Alex: These are words that can be made from the letters in my first and last name.)
    $200 1
Strains of the Norway species of this animal are the ones used in labs
    $200 2
Nickname of Glenn Warner, who coached such All-Americans as Jim Thorpe & Ernie Nevers
    $200 13
Diddy's real first name, it's on his clothing line
    $200 11
Not surprisingly, this magician claims as his favorite book the Charles Dickens novel that bears his name
    $200 26
It's the 2-word title for the head of a parliamentary government
    $200 16
A hatchet is a small one
    $400 7
The turkey type of this bird has an exceptional sense of smell for detecting carrion on the ground
    $400 3
This longtime Alabama coach won 328 games in his 38-year career
    $400 22
Barack, related to the Hebrew Baruch, means this
    $400 12
High on Eva Marie Saint's list is a biography of this man who directed her in "On The Waterfront"
    $400 27
Going down the ranks of the Royal Navy, remember your 3 C's: commodore, captain, this
    $400 17
Cenozoic, for example
    $600 8
The fact that this lizard's name is from the Greek for "ground lion" never changes
    $600 4
Don Shula & this Dallas Cowboys coach both coached a record 36 postseason games in the NFL
    $600 23
Chancellor Dollfuss & composer Humperdinck shared this name
    $600 14
Lauren Bacall said his "All The Pretty Horses" was "the most beautiful writing I have read in years"
    $600 28
These high-ranking counselors to the Pope must also be bishops
    $600 18
French visorless cap
    $800 9
The common type of this marsupial has coarse, thick fur, while that of the hairy-nosed is short & silky
    $800 5
This Nebraska coach averaged more than 10 victories a season for 25 years
    $800 24
This name means "illustrious", as lawyer Darrow was
    $800 15
Author Sandra Brown says the book that had the most impact on her was this author's "Mila 18"
    $800 29
As one of these enlisted ranks in the army, your grade is E-1 or E-2; as a first class one, it's E-3
    $800 19
The shaft around which a wheel rotates
    $1000 10
Indians prized the eulachon, also called this kind of "fish", because it was so oily it could be burned like one
    $1000 6
This team's Marv Levy is the only coach to lead his team to 4 straight Super Bowl appearances
    $1000 25
19th century English illustrator Greenaway, or 19th century American author Chopin
    $1000 21
R.L. Stine said the works of this author, including "Dandelion Wine", changed his life
    DD: $4,000 30
It's a member of the lowest rank of the French Legion of Honor: Just ask Maurice
    $1000 20
Bird bill

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

Larissa Pat Nan
$800 $2,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larissa Pat Nan
$200 $4,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE THUNDERBIRDS
RECENT CINEMA
INTERNATIONAL FACTS
HEY, J.J.!
DUTCH ROYALTY
THE "PH" FACTOR
    $400 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew walks by a fighter jet in Las Vegas, Nevada.) The Thunderbirds are the elite demonstration team of this armed service, and were created just 6 years after the service came into being
    $400 1
About this 2008 release, Roger Ebert wrote, "Godzilla meets the Queasy-cam"
    $400 6
The world-leading population density of 43,000 people per square mile in this tiny country includes Prince Albert II
    $400 16
He's given eulogies for Jackie Robinson, Rosa Parks & Lou Rawls
    $400 24
On Nov. 2, 1997 Prince Maurits & his future wife ran in this famed Manhattan race
    $400 22
This ancient people's territory included the cities of Ekron & Gath
    $800 12
(Sarah reports from the rear seat of a jet.) We won't go there today, but the Thunderbirds can reach ceilings of about 50,000 feet & fly 1500 miles per hour, roughly 2 on this scale
    $800 2
In this Disney comedy, an animated princess played by Amy Adams is banished to a place far, far away...reality
    $800 7
The Indian city of 10,000,000 now known as Mumbai was once known as this
    $800 17
She belted out "Ball and Chain" at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival & was launched to stardom
    $800 29
The wife of young Prince Bernhard shares this first name with one of the original Mousketeers
    $800 28
Usually, this 5-inch body part is open to allow passage of air to & from the lungs
    DD: $3,000 13
(Sarah and the squadron perform precision maneuvers.) Not as easy as it sounds, while making a complete rotation on our longitudinal axis, Colonel Skelton & I are executing this type of roll
    $1200 3
This actor made his debut as a director with "Gone Baby Gone" which starred his brother Casey
    $1200 8
The line of latitude with this number of degrees lies halfway between the Equator & the North Pole
    $1200 18
In the '50s, he became friends with another innovative alliterative artist, Robert Rauschenberg
    DD: $8,000 30
Since 1984, the Queen's place of work has been Noordeinde Palace in this city
    $1200 27
In gas station names, Union is 76; this is 66
    $1600 14
(Sarah sits in the cockpit of a grounded fighter.) Abbreviated HUD, this type of display projects vital avionics information at eye-level in front of the pilot of an F-16 for easy viewing
    $1600 4
"National Treasure: Book of Secrets" climaxes at this national monument, under which is a fabled city of gold
    $1600 9
In January 2008 it was checkmate for this former chess champ who passed away in Iceland, his adopted country
    $1600 19
In 2001 his change of political affiliation tipped the balance of power in the Senate
    $1600 21
Don't cry for Princess Maxima, wife of the heir to the Dutch throne; she was born in this South American country
    $1600 23
Artificial female ones of these are used to bait traps to capture male beetles
    $2000 15
(Sarah reports from the air one more time.) Pulling up to 7.5 Gs, a popular solo move by the Thunderbirds is a reversed one of these terms, named for a German WWI flying ace
    $2000 5
In 2007 Tom Hanks played this Texas congressman who secretly helped supply the Afghan freedom fighters in the 1980s
    $2000 10
Greece's first national park is this one named for a massif
    $2000 20
"Down By Law" & "Broken Flowers" are features by this independent-minded movie director
    $2000 26
The Queen's official birthday is still celebrated on April 30, the birthday of this predecessor of Queen Beatrix
    $2000 25
To Wittgenstein, the problems of this field for which he is best known are largely confusions of language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larissa Pat Nan
$1,800 $12,800 $5,600
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY LEADERS
He said, "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last"

Final scores:

Larissa Pat Nan
$1,800 $13,700 $7,599
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $13,700 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Larissa Pat Nan
$13,800 $11,000 $5,600
19 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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