Show #5373 - Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Dan Pawson game 10.


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Kristen Welsh, a college professor from Geneva, New York

Howard Samson, a project manager from Sunrise, Florida

Dan Pawson, a legislative aide from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 9-day cash winnings total $170,902)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the [*], you identify the show for us.)
    $200 6
Lots of peridot has been found on the island of Zebirget in this "colorful" sea off Africa
    $200 11
Jodie Sweetin,
Candace Cameron,
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen
    $200 21
The name of this dog breed is also a slang term for a boxer
    $200 22
Let's shop for this beer ingredient
    $200 1
A non-reigning male member of a royal family who may prefer to drive a "little red corvette"
    $200 16
Hue or dye
    $400 7
Quite simply, this semolina favorite is the national dish of Algeria
    $400 12
Justin Berfield,
Erik Per Sullivan,
Frankie Muniz
    $400 27
It's the regional Canadian breed seen here, eh?
    $400 23
I'll dine on this English custard & cake dessert, then let it filter through my body
    $400 2
A person deprived of liberty (you didn't think we'd actually go for Azkaban, did you?)
    $400 17
A thin piece of rigid material to maintain a body part in a fixed position
    $600 8
1/3 of the people in this South American country live in Montevideo; most of its 15 million sheep don't
    $600 13
Taran Noah Smith,
Zachery Ty Bryan,
Jonathan Taylor Thomas
    DD: $1,200 28
One of the rarest breeds is this Asian variety
    $600 24
Put on your cords & munch on this Boston fish
    $600 3
A southwest city founded in 1870, & remember, "Harry Potter & the Wonders of Yuma" was never written
    $600 18
A short race at full speed
    $800 9
Mount Shkhara in these mountains is the highest peak in Georgia (the country, not the state)
    $800 14
Jason Bateman,
Will Arnett,
Portia de Rossi
    $800 29
This tall breed of the British Isles almost went extinct when its namesake prey began to decline
    $800 25
There is nothing like a dame who drinks this liquor made by fermenting honey & water
    $800 4
A private room in a house, or a John Grisham novel about a death row prisoner
    $800 19
5-letter word for gleaming brightness or luster
    $1000 10
Once a slave-trading center established by the Portuguese, Bissau is now the proud capital of this country
    $1000 15
Jeremy Licht,
Luis Daniel Ponce,
Jason Bateman
    $1000 30
This popular terrier variety seen here was developed for hunting in the 19th century
    $1000 26
When you boil this frilly-leafed green veggie, don't let the liquid leak out of the pot
    $1000 5
Last name of U.S. Chief Justice Harlan or biographer Irving
    $1000 20
To look with the eyes partly closed

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

Dan Howard Kristen
$4,200 $1,800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Howard Kristen
$8,000 $3,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The astronomer Hipparchus is famed for cataloging more than 800 of these (That's even more than MGM had)
    $400 6
He played a tipsy dancer in the 1914 film "Tango Tangles"
    $400 8
His father, James O'Neill, was a 19th century actor whose famous role was the Count of Monte Cristo
    $400 12
In ancient times, the Pentelic quarries were a major source of this building material for Athens
    $400 19
While living abroad in Chelsea, Whistler painted a series of scenes set along this river
    $400 14
Mollie Katzen popularized this kind of diet with the "Moosewood Cookbook"
    $800 2
I dew declare, Tefnut was this ancient civilization's goddess of the dew
    $800 7
Occasionally called Chuck, this comics character had violent battles with his local "kite-eating tree"
    $800 24
Public disgust over his play "Ghosts" caused this Norwegian to retaliate in his "An Enemy of the People"
    $800 13
Rodin first gained attention for a lifelike statue later called "The Age of" this, the metal in which it was later cast
    $800 20
In 2003 the gallery in Vegas' Bellagio featured a show of this pop artist's works with an audio narration by Liza
    $800 15
(Jon of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.) Because the geometric shape here has all right angles, it's called a rectangle; when they're not right angles, it becomes this type of quadrilateral
    $1200 3
Darius I of this empire claimed that Bardiya, the king he killed & replaced, had been an impostor
    $1200 9
In 1986, the same year he starred in "Platoon", he was the "boy in police station" in "Ferris Beuller's Day Off"
    DD: $2,000 25
This Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright was related to John Sevier, the first governor of the "Volunteer State"
    $1200 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Texas A&M University.) Steel cables are inefficient for marine deep-water drilling platforms, so Texas A&M is testing this polymer developed by DuPont; some thought it went out with the '70s
    $1200 21
Henriette, eldest child of this illustrator, was a portrait artist when brother Andrew was just beginning to draw
    $1200 16
It's what's symbolized by "X" in the "10X" on a microscope
    $1600 4
The Celtic town of Vindobona became a military post for the Romans; it later evolved into this capital on the Danube
    $1600 10
The IMDb lists "Charlie" as a nickname for this Oscar-winning "Monster" actress
    $1600 28
Novelist Edna Ferber collaborated with this playwright on 6 plays, including "Dinner at Eight" & "Stage Door"
    DD: $100 27
By definition, cordwainers make shoes from this material
    $1600 22
This American impressionist was beloved for her affectionate maternal paintings as seen here
    $1600 17
A publication, such as a magazine, that doesn't come out every day
    $2000 5
"If I were not Alexander," said Alexander the Great, "I would be" this philosopher who lived in a tub
    $2000 11
Candice Bergen said, "You knew he wasn't real, & yet he was treated so much better than most humans. He had his own room."
    $2000 29
A 1934 NYC taxi drivers' strike led him to write "Waiting for Lefty", the first of his plays to be produced
    $2000 30
Developed in the 1930s, this synthetic rubber is waterproof & slightly buoyant, making it ideal for wetsuits
    $2000 23
Some of his pen-&-ink drawings of his famous "girl" were modeled on his wife, a sister of Lady Astor
    $2000 18
Moe & Larry agree; now if Curly would just go along, we'd have this condition

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Howard Kristen
$14,300 $10,200 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

First mentioned in a letter by Clement IV in 1265, this item worn by the Pope features an image of St. Peter in a boat

Final scores:

Dan Howard Kristen
$3,800 $5,200 $24,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Howard Kristen
$13,800 $9,400 $12,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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Game tape date: 2007-10-17
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