Show #5343 - Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Lisa Klink game 3.


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Chris Kozey, a graduate student from Indianapolis, Indiana

Stephanie Lalonde, a survey manager from Ottawa, Ontario

Lisa Klink, a TV writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Cecil Bodker is the only Dane to win the coveted 51-year-old award named for this countryman
    $200 22
In 2005 he was 7 strokes down after round 1, but a miraculous 30-foot chip on 16 helped him win a 4th green jacket
    $200 3
"Some time, Rock, when... the breaks are beating the boys--tell them to go in there with all they've got & win... one for" him
    $200 21
Originally this term referred to the man employed on a cattle train who prodded cattle to keep them on their feet
    $200 11
Denver International has North America's longest commercial one of these--3 miles long
    $200 16
A Katharine Hepburn memoir
    $400 2
Walter R. Brooks created Ed the talking horse (later seen on TV) & Freddy this talking farm animal
    $400 23
In 1964 he led an "army" on his way to his fourth & final Masters win
    $400 4
In this first year of his presidency, FDR delivered his "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself" line
    $400 27
This gunmaker's classic Peacemaker .45 revolver could be purchased by mail order for $17
    $400 12
At St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport, in this state, a plaque marks the 1914 sale of the first air-travel ticket
    $400 17
It's a long, long way to go to this 20th letter of the Arabic alphabet
    $600 8
Esther Forbes lived most of her life in this state & set her novel "Johnny Tremain" there
    $600 24
Bear with us: the first of his record 6 Masters wins came in 1963 & the last in 1986
    $600 5
Newspaper editor John Bogart said, "If a man" does this, "that is news"
    $600 28
In March 1879 this young killer met secretly with N.M. governor Lew Wallace to discuss a pardon; he never got it
    DD: $1,400 13
This mayor presided over the construction of New York City's first municipal airport
    $600 18
Bangladesh produces about 60,000 metric tons of this a year
    $800 9
A clergyman known as "The Puff-Puff Parson" created this character, the basis of a series of books, DVDs, etc.
    $800 25
In 2005 this golfer known as "Lefty" jumped for joy on 18 & showed off his vertical leap ability (about 2 inches)
    $800 6
This network anchorman on election night 2004: "This race is hotter than Times Square Rolex"
    $800 29
Someone in partnership with another was "in" these, probably from the French for "hut"
    $800 14
A company called BAA operates Southampton, Stansted & Glasgow, but this is its busiest airport
    $800 19
It precedes Bomba & Brea
    $1000 10
This author of "Goodnight Moon" was a "colorful" character who kept perishable foods in a well
    $1000 26
Both the course & the tournament were created by this 1920s icon, the only single-season winner of golf's Grand Slam
    $1000 7
Attributed to Napoleon's General Cambronne, "The Guards die but do not" do this
    $1000 30
2 hours after he received a death sentence for killing Jesse James, the Missouri governor pardoned him
    $1000 15
At this European city's airport, you can have a sandwich & of course a coffee at the Cafe Karen Blixen
    $1000 20
Spanish for "sun"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Lisa Stephanie Chris
$0 $800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Stephanie Chris
$2,200 -$600 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

"MAC" OR "P.C."
    $400 18
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands in front of a photograph of LBJ and Jackie Kennedy.) I'm at the LBJ Library with the prayer book on which Lyndon Johnson placed his hand to be sworn in on this date aboard Air Force One
    $400 6
Rejected by USC Film School, this "S" in DreamWorks SKG now sits on the Film School's Board of Councilors
    $400 11
Like wombats & bandicoots, possums are members of this group of about 270 species
    $400 25
Maria Tallchief
    $400 16
Unlike modern computers that use microprocessors, ENIAC used 18,000 of these tube to process data
    $400 1
It runs 41 miles from Colon on the Atlantic to Balboa on the Pacific
    DD: $1,400 19
(Kelly of the Clue Crew stands in front of LBJ signing a bill.) In 1964, in one of his greatest triumphs, Lyndon Johnson signed this act that ended legal discrimination in the United States
    $800 7
"Jerry Maguire" was originally written for Tom... not Cruise, but him
    $800 12
There are 2 Ys in the name of this type of possum that may weigh as little as 1/4 oz.
    $800 17
1995 brought us the file format known as VRML, which enables 3-D graphics for the web; "VR" stands for this
    $800 2
This Italian writer's major works were a vain attempt to win back favor of the Medicis
    $1200 20
(Kelly stands next to a big gray sphere.) This moon globe, a birthday gift to LBJ, was given to him in this year, a month after the first moon landing
    DD: $3,000 8
He majored at journalism at Fordham University before playing a newspaper reporter in "The Pelican Brief"
    $1200 13
Chuck Berry knows this "sweet little" number of days is the typical gestation period of a possum
    $1200 22
This 3-letter abbrev. used for devices from Palm was 1st used in '92 by Apple CEO John Sculley for the Newton launch
    $1200 3
Popular & successful team leader seen here
    $1600 21
(Kelly stands in the Oval Office.) The LBJ Library has a replica of the Oval Office, from which the President monitored both the Vietnam War & this domestic war he declared March 16, 1964
    $1600 9
This actor got his name by giving his mom a fetal kick while she viewed a Da Vinci work
    $1600 14
Stick to it--in 1948 this Walt Kelly possum hit the funny pages
    $1600 23
Tim Berners-Lee of CERN developed the WWW, allowing users to connect to documents through these "overactive" links
    $1600 4
Stone pavement bound with cement or tar, named for a Scottish engineer
    $2000 26
(Jon speaks from the Oval Office.) On March 31, 1968, LBJ spoke from the Oval Office exactly 2 months after this North Vietnamese attack; though he said it was a failure, it changed the view of the war at home
    $2000 10
To get orc war screams for the Helm's Deep battle, this director put phonetic yells on a scoreboard for 25,000 cricket fans
    $2000 15
The flying possum doesn't fly; well-developed flaps of skin along its flanks have it known by this 6-letter term
    $2000 24
ARPANET, a 1960s Defense Department project, pioneered the sending of data in small units called these
    $2000 5
He was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1957 until 1963

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Stephanie Chris
$10,000 $12,600 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

National seas include the Irish, the Philippine & this one bordered to its west by Iceland

Final scores:

Lisa Stephanie Chris
$15,000 $2,600 $1
3-day champion: $47,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Stephanie Chris
$8,200 $12,600 $11,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,200

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Game tape date: 2007-08-21
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