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    $1600 28
2 West Indian islands, one republic:
TT
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Show #5251 - Monday, June 11, 2007

Susan Mitchell game 3.

Contestants

Matt Locke, an artist and designer from Colorado Springs, Colorado

Karla Sortland, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada

Susan Mitchell, a graduate student from College Station, Texas (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $30,699)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We continue our relationship with the New York Times and we deal with...)
THE NEW YORK TIMES TRAVEL
(Alex: We follow that up with a tribute to the late animator and voice artist...)
JOE RANFT: PIXAR LEGEND
RADCLIFFE GRADS
ANAGRAMMED SHAKESPEARE PLAYS
OTHER POWER RANGERS
"F" STOP
    $200 1
The "Practical Traveler" reports on budget types of these small, trendy hotels with the name of a kind of shop
    $200 6
Joe provided the voice of Jacques the Shrimp in this 2003 Oscar winner
    $200 11
Anne Sullivan spelled out lectures in this woman's hand, helping her to graduate with honors in 1904
    $200 13
"Batch me"
    $200 23
The introduction to a 1950s TV show called him the "daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains"
    $200 16
8-letter word for knives, forks & spoons when used at the dinner table
    $400 2
The New York Times website's "Where to Stay" feature suggests the Pensione Maria Luisa De' Medici in this Tuscan city
    $400 7
"Be our guest" & name this enchanting 1991 Disney film that Joe co-wrote
    $400 12
Graduating cum laude with a degree in American history, she'd later become First Lady--on "The West Wing"
    $400 14
"Hell too"
    $400 24
The oldest state law enforcement agency in the U.S., it began in 1823 with 10 men
    $400 19
Swimming competition in which any of the standard strokes may be used
    $600 3
The Times' "36 Hours" tour of this capital begins at a plaza where people look like extras in an Almodovar film
    $600 8
Not only the voice of Peterbilt, Joe Ranft co-directed & helped write this Oscar-nominated 2006 Pixar hit
    $600 15
Before moving to Paris & meeting Alice, she studied psychology at Radcliffe under William James
    $600 28
"Regal kin"
    $600 25
[There's a theme here]
A Ranger spacecraft shot 300 close-up photos per minute to help select moon landing sites for this NASA program
    $600 20
Adjective for a section of Beijing historically reserved for the Emperors
    $800 4
"What to do" at this Greek site is to visit the Museum of the History of the... games in antiquity
    $800 9
Joe ate some of the scenery as Heimlich the Ravenous Caterpillar in this 1998 animated feature
    $800 17
A 1973 degree in political science was just the beginning for this first woman Prime Minister of Pakistan
    DD: $1,000 29
"Casual Juries"
    $800 26
In WWII Rudder's Rangers attacked the Germans on this cliffs on Pointe Du Hoc in this part of France
    $800 21
An opera from 1900 gave wing to this popular "insect" composition by Rimsky-Korsakov
    $1000 5
"When to go" to Australia? If it's summer (Dec.), try southern (cooler) states, like this one named for a queen
    $1000 10
Also the voice of Elmo St. Peters, Joe was Emmy-nominated as a writer of 1987's "Brave Little" this
    $1000 18
This poet & author of "The Handmaid's Tale" received a Master's from Radcliffe
    $1000 30
"It runs a discount"
    $1000 27
Rogers' Rangers was a Colonial unit commanded by Robert Rogers during this 1754 to 1763 war
    $1000 22
A 17th Century conspirator against British royalty, he has his own "day" each November

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

Susan Karla Matt
$2,600 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Karla Matt
$7,600 $400 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE LIFE OF THE SEA
(Alex: And all of the clues will be from the Seymour Center from the Long Marine Laboratory in Santa Cruz.)
SARAH-DIPITY
INTERNATIONAL ROAD VEHICLE STICKERS
MORTAL MATTERS
SAN ANTONIO
(Alex: And if you deal with San Antonio, you must have...)
REMEMBER THE A LA "MODE"
    $400 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Institute of Marine Sciences at UC Santa Cruz.) Some crabs go through this shell-shedding process all their lives, but the sheep crab has a terminal one, after which it can't grow
    $400 2
When it's time for a little "sex and the city", spray on Lovely, the signature fragrance of this actress
    $400 20
On the Bay of Bengal:
BD
    $400 1
On April 7, 1891 this showman folded his big top for the last time
    $400 14
At the Alamo gift shop in San Antonio, you can buy a toy version of "Old Betsy", the rifle of this frontiersman
    $400 15
One of these devices enables data transmission over a phone line
    $800 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Sea urchins' body symmetry makes their teeth fit together in a way that this pupil of Plato compared to a five-sided lantern; 2,300 years later, it's still known as his lantern
    $800 7
The 1991 miniseries "A Woman Named Jackie" featured this future Vampire Slayer as the teenaged Jacqueline Bouvier
    $800 25
It occupies half an island:
PNG
    $800 3
In 1908, 27 years after killing Billy the Kid, he was shot to death by a New Mexico rancher in a land dispute
    $800 21
While in the Military, this 34th president of the U.S. was stationed at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio
    $800 16
Traditionally, a cabinet containing a chamber pot, or colloquially, any toilet
    $1200 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Institute of Marine Sciences at UC Santa Cruz.) The bones of the blue whale's flipper compare to those of the human hand: ulna, carpals, & these, like your finger bones
    DD: $2,000 8
Mel Torme said this jazz great had "the single best vocal instrument of any singer... in the popular field"
    $1200 26
This African country's name is flip-flopped in French:
CI
    $1200 4
This lawyer got liberty & death at Red Hill in Virginia on June 6, 1799
    $1200 22
This "watery" promenade promoted by the Paseo Del Rio Association claims to be Texas' No. 1 tourist attraction
    $1200 17
Adjective meaning obsolete or no longer fashionable
    DD: $1,000 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) As a bottom-dweller, the sculpin has smaller dorsal fins, but holds itself steady with these big fins, from the Latin for breasts
    $1600 24
(I'm Andrew Lloyd Webber) "The Music Of The Night" was originally written for this performer: she reclaims it in her stage act
    $1600 28
2 West Indian islands, one republic:
TT
    $1600 5
His "Song Of Myself" ended on March 26, 1892
    $1600 23
In the 19th C. San Antonio was a training site for the African-American Cavalry Soldiers given this animal name
    $1600 18
"People Are People" & "Personal Jesus" were hits for this synth pop group
    $2000 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Scientists here at UC Santa Cruz discerned that the sunburst species of this flowerlike creature was a separate species & not just a type of the aggregating species
    $2000 6
Once fired by Lincoln, this Union General took a New Jersey exit on Oct. 29, 1885
    $2000 27
San Antonio was founded in 1718 when an expedition built a mission & one of these Spanish-named forts
    $2000 19
Mussorgsky's moniker

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Karla Matt
$19,000 $4,000 $600
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

ENTERTAINERS OF THE '60s
He won 3 straight Emmys for dramatic acting & a record 6 straight Grammys for comedy albums

Final scores:

Susan Karla Matt
$19,000 $7,000 $0
3-day champion: $49,699 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Susan Karla Matt
$19,800 $4,000 $2,600
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
11 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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