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    $800 22
This brown bear seen here actually gets its name from the French word for "gray"
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Show #6067 - Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Contestants

Carrie Oken, a TV lighting technician from New York, New York

Ali Binazir, an author and hypnotherapist from Santa Monica, California

Anthony Fox, an account executive from Arlington Heights, Illinois (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $39,399)

Jeopardy! Round

ITS LONGEST BORDER
(Alex: You identify the country next to the one we mention.)
THE CINEMA
BURGER JOINTS
THE GARMENT DISTRICT
"Y" ASK
TEAM JACOB
    $200 6
Mexico's longest
    $200 16
In this 1993 film, Richard Attenborough thinks, What could possibly go wrong with a dinosaur theme park?
    $200 11
Hamburger University, this chain's training center, opened in 1961 in Elk Grove Village, Illinois
    $200 23
Making regular bikini bottoms look modest, it's been called "possibly Brazil's most famous fashion export"
    $200 1
In parts of Asia these pack animals are known as hairy cattle
    $200 27
This oldest son of Jacob & Rachel was not a favorite among his brothers
    $400 7
North Korea's longest
    $400 17
This 1937 film tells us, "The Prince, who had searched far and wide, heard of the maiden who slept in the glass coffin"
    $400 12
The catchphrase "Where's the beef?" came from ads for this chain noted for its square burgers
    $400 22
In 2010 an official in this Afghanistan neighbor was told if he's so afraid of the Taliban, he should wear a woman's dupatta
    $400 2
It's a Germanic language with a mixture of Hebrew vocabulary
    $400 21
On his deathbed Jacob said Zebulon "shall dwell at the haven of the sea", this sea
    DD: $1,200 8
Vietnam's longest
    $600 18
For "The Wedding Singer", this star wrote 2 songs that he sang in the film, "Grow Old With You" & "Somebody Kill Me"
    $600 13
In a 1980 TV commercial, this burger joint blew up its iconic speakerbox clown (He was later resuscitated)
    $600 24
The ushanka is the distinctive Russian fur this
    $600 3
Author Bill Malone said Roy Rogers was "about the best" one of these Alpine singers "that we've ever had"
    $600 28
This son gave his name to a kingdom in southern Palestine & to a religion
    $800 9
Colombia's longest
    $800 19
A Jewish musician's skilled fingers help keep him alive in WWI Warsaw in this 2002 film
    $800 14
In the '70s the title figure of this franchise got some companions: Sir Shakes a Lot & the Wizard of Fries
    $800 25
A ghillie is a shoe that originated in this U.K. country
    $800 4
This country name proclaimed by King Alexander in 1929 fell off the map in 2003
    $1000 10
Sweden's longest
    $1000 20
This 1985 sequel to "Romancing the Stone" was set in North Africa
    $1000 15
The craving for burgers from this chain is so strong that it was in the title of a Harold & Kumar film
    $1000 26
A striped sailor shirt is called this, the adjective for something from a region of northwest
France
    $1000 5
Originally a word for lamentation, it means whining complaint; will you please quit yours!

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

Anthony Ali! Carrie
$3,600 $1,800 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anthony Ali! Carrie
$4,200 $2,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN WOMEN NOVELISTS
ALBUM TITLE REFERENCES
THE BEAR FACTS
WHERE YOU'D FIND
"PAY" UP
TEAM EDWARD
    $400 5
While writing "Little Women", she served as editor of a juvenile magazine, "Merry's Museum"
    $400 1
Jethro Tull:
An invention designed by Jacques Cousteau
    $400 21
A male bear is called a boar; the female, this
    $400 16
The Koolau Range, Diamond Head, Koko Head Park--an island
    $400 10
This online purchasing service was founded in 1998
    $400 26
English rationalist historian Edward Gibbon is remembered for his "History of the Decline and Fall of" this
    $800 6
In the 1880s her family moved to Red Cloud, Nebraska, where her father opened an insurance & real estate office
    $800 2
Def Leppard:
A compulsion to start fires
    $800 22
This brown bear seen here actually gets its name from the French word for "gray"
    $800 17
Inky, Binky, Pinky & Clyde--a game
    $800 12
It sounds positive, but it can also be the act of taking revenge
    $800 27
In 1961, JFK appointed this venerable newsman director of the U.S. Information Agency
    $1200 7
With money earned from "The Yearling", she bought a beach cottage just south of St. Augustine, Florida
    DD: $5,400 3
U2:
Yucca brevifolia
    $1200 23
The Malayan bear has a ring-shaped yellow mark on its chest, giving it this astronomical nickname
    $1200 18
A CCA seal, indicia, rolled spine--a type of publication
    $1200 13
It's a bribe paid to a radio DJ to play & promote a particular song or act
    DD: $500 28
His first play was 1959's "The Zoo Story", a one-act drama
    $1600 8
The author of "A Stranger is Watching", she's been called "America's Queen of Suspense"
    $1600 4
The Who:
A 4-way split personality
    $1600 24
South America's only bear, it's named for the goggle-like rings about its eyes
    $1600 19
Septum, tendon of Todaro, sinoatrial node--a body part
    $1600 14
If you "hit" this 2-word term for a profitable discovery, it might be earth or gravel containing gold
    $1600 29
These 4 words complete the now-cliched opening of Edward Bulwer-Lytton's "Paul Clifford": "It was a..."
    $2000 9
Highly successful under her real name, as J.D. Robb she's written over 25 books about N.Y. Police Lt. Eve Dallas
    $2000 11
Roxy Music:
An island where King Arthur was carried after death
    $2000 25
The black bear comes in many colors, including one with a bluish tint that lives in this state's St. Elias
Range
    $2000 20
Adenine, thymine, cytosine--a molecule
    $2000 15
Your Social Security contribution is this type of levy that comes out of your salary each week
    $2000 30
This piece by Edward Elgar is a standard processional march at American graduation ceremonies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anthony Ali! Carrie
$18,700 $12,400 $1,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE NAMES
These are the 2 U.S. states with only one consonant in their names

Final scores:

Anthony Ali! Carrie
$12,599 $10,400 $1,200
4-day champion: $51,998 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Anthony Ali! Carrie
$15,000 $13,600 $1,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
3 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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