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    $400 1
There are 12 pairs of these bones in the body
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Show #6012 - Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Contestants

Jocelyn Casser, a stay-at-home mom from Baltimore, Maryland

Dave Ellis, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California

Silvio Menzano, a psychologist and university counseling center director from Washington, D.C. (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $10,300)

Jeopardy! Round

THE ARTS
HAVING A BALL
ALEX TREBEK, LOVE GOD
MEDAL OF HONOR CITATIONS
A FEW CARS
ON THE "L-I-E"
    $200 11
Modernist jeweler Art Smith opened his first shop in this New York City "Village" in 1946
    $200 14
Once made of ivory, today they're made of plastic & weigh 5 1/2 to 6 ounces; rack 'em up!
    $200 19
I've bought us 2 tickets, my love, to this "City of Light" where we'll visit the domed Pantheon & the Bourbon Palace
    $200 26
Marine Corporal Duane Dewey, for throwing himself on one of these to protect his comrades (He survived)
    $200 4
The Thunderbird
    $200 1
He takes over for the starting pitcher
    $400 12
Arthur Rackham's illustrations of fairies adorn the 1906 book titled this character "in Kensington Gardens"
    $400 15
In tournament play, tennis balls must be one of these 2 colors
    $400 20
Would that I could have painted this picture of a sleeping Roman god for you; but Caravaggio beat me to it
    $400 27
Civil War officer Thomas Custer, twice: once for a fight in which this was shot from under him
    $400 5
The Regal
    $400 2
A sergeant may be promoted to one
    $600 13
Art Kleinman's "Attitude" is done with oil paint, wax, & this type of drawing stick made from partially burned wood
    $600 16
Leather laces along one of the seams make it easier to hold & pass this ball
    $600 21
Shall we away to this oldest section of Algiers whose name means "fortress"?
    $600 28
This future Hawaiian senator, for actions in Italy in 1945 that cost him his right arm
    $600 6
The Delta 88
    $600 3
Certain rights are said to be this, meaning not transferable
    $800 24
Architect Arch Genzler's firm designed the new Century City, California headquarters of CAA, this agency
    $800 17
In the movie "Castaway" the non-speaking character Wilson is one of these
    $800 22
Truffle, ma chere? This chocolatier named for a historical woman offers a 36-piece assortment for $65: how decadent!
    $800 29
This aviator, for his "highly destructive raid on the Japanese mainland"
    $800 7
The Echo
    $800 9
Put to use in a practical context, like a branch of physics
    $1000 25
Belgian Berthe Art was known for these 2-word paintings of inanimate objects such as flowers & fruits
    $1000 18
Basically, this sports ball is a truncated icosahedron; it's just a little rounder
    $1000 23
I see the "Simply Cheerful Mixed Rose Bouquet" arrived from this 3-letter co., "The Flower Experts"; lovely, like you
    DD: $1,000 30
Sgt. Francis Currey, for actions at Malmedy, Belgium, Dec. 21, 1944, during this battle
    $1000 8
The Aspen
    $1000 10
An isolated body or an unusual piece of data

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

Silvio Dave Jocelyn
$0 $2,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Silvio Dave Jocelyn
$800 $11,000 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
OSCAR-WINNING DIRECTORS OF THE '60S
WELCOME TO MY COUNTRY
BONES HUMANA
ITALIAN WORDS & PHRASES
THERE'S ONLY ONE...
    $400 26
Sneering at Shelley's atheism, a newspaper obituary said, "now he knows whether there is" this "or no"
    $400 10
"Lawrence of Arabia"
    $400 9
The locals are helpful in this South American country, 2,600 miles long but only 265 wide at its widest point
    $400 1
There are 12 pairs of these bones in the body
    $400 4
Primo can mean this, the opposite of tardi
    $400 15
Domestic airline of the Soviet Union
    DD: $100 27
In an ode Shelley calls this the "breath of autumn's being"
    $800 11
"The Apartment"
    $800 22
In 1639 a Lamaist monastery was built on the site of what is now Ulaanbaatar in this country; feel the peace
    $800 2
The palatine bone forms the roof of the mouth & the floor of this
    $800 5
You might take due aspirina if you have un mal di capo, one of these
    $800 16
Current profession of the First Lady's brother
    $1200 28
Shelley's poem about this Alpine peak was written "in the Vale of Chamouni"
    $1200 12
"The Graduate"
    $1200 23
Make new friends in this country whose Jutland peninsula shares a 42-mile border with Germany
    $1200 3
Frontal, parietal & temporal bones are all found here
    $1200 6
This neutral color is grigio
    $1200 17
Baltic capi"tal" city
    $1600 29
A work that Shelley called "a lyrical drama" finds this mythical man "unbound"
    $1600 13
"Tom Jones"--Vanessa Redgrave's husband
    $1600 24
Feel welcome but be cautious in this country that has Iran on its western border & India on its eastern one
    $1600 20
In reference to the hands & feet, this 4-letter prefix is found before carpal & tarsal
    $1600 7
Mi dispiace is this apologetic phrase
    $1600 18
Nobel Peace Prize-winning American 5-star general
    $2000 30
One summer evening the song of this bird inspired Shelley to write his ode titled "to" it
    $2000 14
"West Side Story" & "The Sound of Music" (2 in one decade!)
    DD: $2,000 25
Come worship at Cretulescu Church, built in 1722 in this country on the Black Sea
    $2000 21
The foot contains wedge-shaped bones that share a name with this ancient Middle Eastern writing system
    $2000 8
In Italian, this holiday is Pasqua
    $2000 19
Willis Tower former name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Silvio Dave Jocelyn
$4,400 $16,100 $1,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

CHARACTERS IN NOVELS
Debuting in a 1960 novel, this character dies following a heart attack on a basketball court in a 1990 book

Final scores:

Silvio Dave Jocelyn
$0 $16,000 $1
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Silvio Dave Jocelyn
$4,400 $18,200 $1,200
10 R,
4 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $23,800

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