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    $800 19
Federal holidays:
Memorial Day,
Independence Day...
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Show #6023 - Wednesday, November 17, 2010

2010-B College Championship semifinal game 3.

Contestants

Lea Tottle, a junior from Florida State University from Oldsmar, Florida

Sam Spaulding, a sophomore from Yale University from Wilmington, North Carolina

Sid Chandrasekhar, a senior from the University of Pennsylvania from Saratoga, California

Jeopardy! Round

THE 15th CENTURY
THE QUOTABLE STEVE CARELL
JELLY BELLY FLAVORS
CLASSICAL MUSIC
NEXT IN THE SERIES
MEET ME IN THE "QUAD"
    $200 12
In the 1480s he designed a flying machine that used revolving paddles instead of wings
    $200 26
"How do you tell somebody that you care about deeply, 'I told you so'?" says Steve as this "Office" manager
    $200 21
Pass around a tub of this flavor, "buttered", of course
    $200 1
Newly discovered pieces by this man, composed when he was 7, were performed in his Salzburg home in 2009
    $200 16
Fa,
sol...
    $200 6
Autumn, Brooke, Calissa & Dahlia Jepp, born Aug. 12, 2007 in Great Falls, Montana
    $400 11
On July 17, 1453 the French defeated the British at Castillon, the last battle in this conflict that began in 1337
    $400 27
As Andy in this 2005 comedy: "I love women! I respect them so much that I completely stay away from them!"
    $400 22
1 of 2 A&W flavors
    $400 2
The name of this rhythmic Ravel piece also refers to an open-front Spanish jacket
    $400 17
In the U.S. Army:
First lieutenant,
captain...
    $400 7
A horse or a salamander, but not a human or a snake
    $600 8
A papal bull of 1478 introduced the Spanish version of this tribunal; executions began several years later
    $600 28
In this film Gru reads "Three Little Kittens" for the girls & says, "Wow! This is garbage! You actually like this?"
    $600 23
In names of flavors, this fruit precedes cheesecake & jam
    $600 3
"All creatures drink of joy at nature's breast" is from a verse used in an 1824 symphony by this man
    $600 18
XXXVIII,
XXXIX...
    $600 13
The 1892 celebration of Columbus' discovery of America
    DD: $1,600 9
In 1421 the Ming Dynasty moved its capital from Nanking to this city
    $800 29
Asked if he'll host his celeb golf tourney in this "newsy" pic, Steve, as Brick, says, "No, too many people died last year"
    $800 24
This fruit flavor comes in both green & red
    $800 4
The tempo marking lento means this
    $800 19
Federal holidays:
Memorial Day,
Independence Day...
    $800 14
A parallelogram, generally
    $1000 10
In 1433 & 1472, as these scared ordinary folk, Toscanelli calmly tracked their paths in the skies
    $1000 30
In this movie Jim Carrey makes Steve say, "The PM of Sweden visited Wash. today & my tiny little nipples went to France"
    $1000 25
You'll find this flavor by itself as well as "sizzling"
    $1000 5
The beloved aria heard here is from this composer's opera "Turandot"
    $1000 20
Orange,
yellow...
(wavelength about 510 nanometers)
    $1000 15
You'll use these muscles to lift your knee

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

Sid Sam Lea
$2,800 $3,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Sam Lea
$5,400 $6,000 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HAIL TO THE CHIEF
ADULT SWIM
WORLD RELIGIONS
PLANT SCIENCE
TEXTBOOKS
SAME VOWEL WORDS
(Alex: Each response--each correct response will contain only one of the five vowels, but that vowel may appear more than once.)
    $400 4
In 1914 this future jurist wrote the book "The Anti-Trust Act and the Supreme Court"
    $400 1
Huey and Riley Freeman are characters on this Adult Swim show, whose title is a nickname for the suburbs they live in
    $400 18
Once a year members of this religion pay a tax called zakat, Arabic for "purification"
    $400 17
The night-blooming cereus, a climbing type of this desert plant, blooms for only one night
    $400 23
Henry A. Millon paired rococo & this other ornate style in the title of his architecture textbook
    $400 24
The periodic table shows an array of the symbols of these
    $800 5
In 1794 Aaron Burr introduced Dolley Payne Todd to this future president
    $800 2
Seen here, Carl Brutananadilewski lives next door to this quirky crime fighting team
    $800 12
Early stories in this Japanese religion appeared in the Nihongi & Kojiki, both written around 1,300 years ago
    $800 16
Transplanted from the Mediterranean to California, the Adriatic type of this fruit is the prime choice for bars & pastes
    DD: $3,000 22
Dr. H.V. Carter illustrated this 1858 text, an instant success despite bad reviews in the British Medical Journal
    $800 25
A name for silverfish or for voracious readers
    $1200 6
In 1832 he vetoed the recharter of the Second Bank of the United States
    $1200 3
Rob Corddry plays creepy doctor/clown Blake Downs on this show where the object is to heal kids--the funny way
    $1200 11
This syllable is repeated many times by Hindus while meditating; its written form is a symbol of the religion
    $1200 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a monitor.) Spruce needles are green all around, & in cross section you can see they're square; flatter needles with two light, lengthwise strips on the underside are from this 3-letter tree
    $1200 21
Paul Krugman wrote "The Return of Depression" this, also the field in which he won a Nobel Prize
    $1200 26
Stheno, Euryale & Medusa were known as these
    $1600 7
In 1853 this president, "Handsome Frank", became the first to "solemnly affirm", not "swear", his oath
    $1600 29
Bearing the symbol of a butterfly, The Monarch is the arch nemesis of these brothers, also known as Hank & Dean
    $1600 9
This religious movement was founded in Jamaica around 1930
    $1600 13
In the autumn many tree leaves turn yellow or orange because of this 8-letter pigment
    $1600 19
For a laugh, try Montgomery & Runger's "Applied" this science of data analysis "and Probability for Engineers"
    $1600 27
The only one of the world's 5 largest islands that fits the category
    DD: $2,000 8
On July 2, 1921, he interrupted his golf game & formally ended hostilities with Germany by signing a treaty
    $2000 30
Granny, Rusty & Early are these cute, down-home cephalopods from the North Georgia mountains
    $2000 10
The founder of this Persian-based religion died in 1892 in a prison colony
    $2000 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an animation on the monitor.) When a wetland becomes covered with plant material, the lack of oxygen hinders decay, so that over time a layer of partially decayed matter is formed, called this
    $2000 20
For epistemology, pick up this German philosopher's "Critique of Judgement" & "Critique of Practical Reason"
    $2000 28
Alexander Pope's "Essay on" this type of writing dates from 1711

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Sam Lea
$5,400 $17,200 $17,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

PHRASES
In ancient Rome it was a post where racers changed direction; since 1836 it's meant a moment change occurs

Final scores:

Sid Sam Lea
$1,800 $10,801 $1
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Sid Sam Lea
$5,400 $16,400 $15,400
13 R,
5 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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