Show #6216 - Monday, October 3, 2011

Joon Pahk game 1.


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Aleisa Farrington, a mother and cook from Dover, New Hampshire

Joon Pahk, a college physics teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts

Chris Fleitas, a high school college prep counselor from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $82,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Charlton Heston felt "The Agony and the Ecstasy" as this ceiling painter
    $200 9
It's a 5-letter word for a book of maps
    $200 20
    $200 29
The organization that governs this board game is FIDE, the Federation Internationale des Echecs
    $200 30
8 bones form this portion of the skull, also called the braincase
    $200 2
The men who died defending this locale in 1836 included William E. Summers & William DePriest Sutherland
    $400 1
Alfred Molina was this painter & husband of the title character in "Frida"
    $400 12
In 1855 John Bartlett first published a collection of these
    $400 21
"The Lip"
    $400 25
This family game that ties you up in knots was originally called "Pretzel"
    $400 16
This, the tailbone, consists of 3-5 fused vertebrae
    $400 3
These primitive aquatic plants are similar to bryophytes in that they lack true stems, roots & leaves
    $600 5
Both Donald & Kiefer Sutherland have portrayed this artist who journeyed to & from Tahiti
    $600 13
Every year our writers get excited by new editions of these books that originally carried astronomical data
    $600 22
"Dr. K"
    $600 26
In 1996 someone got 311 points for playing "craziest" in this board game
    $600 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows the clue on the monitor and demonstrates.) These fan-shaped muscles are used to lift the arms up as well as turn the arms inward
    $600 4
John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is a work in this genre
    $800 7
In a 1996 biopic Francoise Gilot manages to survive her affair with this great artist of the 20th century (Anthony Hopkins)
    $800 14
This word for a geographic dictionary once meant someone who writes for a newspaper
    $800 23
Hall of Famer "Eck"
    $800 27
In British Monopoly, this becomes Super Tax
    $800 18
This airway connects the pharynx with the bronchi
    $800 6
Serving meals outdoors is called this, from the Italian for "in the open air"
    $1000 8
Colin Firth painted the title work as this artist in "Girl with a Pearl Earring"
    $1000 15
An Internet publisher of great works is named for this Melville scrivener & of course has his tale online
    $1000 24
"The Scooter" of the Bronx
    $1000 28
This solitaire game goes back to a version Paul Alfille wrote in 1978 for the Plato computer system
    DD: $2,000 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a monitor.) The thyroid gland has two lobes that are connected by a bridge of tissue called this, also a geographic term for a similar-looking narrow strip of land
    $1000 10
In 1992 the Winter Olympic games were held in this French city

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

Chris Joon Aleisa
$1,600 $3,600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Joon Aleisa
$6,800 $7,600 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
A line from this Orwell tale says, "As for the pigs, they could already read and write perfectly"
    $400 1
Dumb little Roman love god
    $400 9
Born in Linlithgow in 1542, she married into French royalty & thus became the queen of 2 countries
    $400 26
The opening credits to this series showed Tony's commute home to the suburbs of Northern New Jersey
    $400 15
The name of this broad-brimmed hat derives from the Spanish for "shade"
    $400 24
This term for a type of fat, heavy pig developed in the late 19th c. is now applied to any pig of more than 120 pounds
    $800 5
His "And Now Good-bye" wasn't quite as popular as his "Good-bye, Mr. Chips"
    $800 2
Designs made by a god whose name is remembered in a weekend day
    $800 10
In 1974 columnist Mary McGrory called this veep "a blind date who has been proposed to"
    $800 27
It's the nickname of "Jersey Shore" cast member Mike Sorrentino, who has it under control
    $800 16
A mark of prestige in Muslim countries, the brimless taj gets its name from the Persian for this royal headgear
    $800 20
Don't be afraid to tell us the familiar name of this fowl, Gallus gallus domesticus
    $1200 6
"Billy Phelan's Greatest Game" & "Ironweed " are books in his Albany Cycle
    $1200 3
Supreme Greek god's suspensions of hostilities
    $1200 11
Check out the makeup on the woman here; born Mary Kathlyn Wagner, she founded this cosmetics giant
    $1200 28
Caroline Manzo & Jacqueline Laurita are 2 of the title women of this TV show that's on Bravo
    $1200 17
Called a derby in the U.S., this British hat is named for a manufacturer, not a kegler
    $1200 21
Species of this food & clothing provider include the Shropshire, karakul & merino
    $1600 8
Chapters in this Pulitzer Prize winner by Carol Shields include "Birth, 1905", "Marriage, 1927" & "Sorrow, 1965"
    $1600 4
Egyptian god of death & resurrection's tiny infectious agents
    $1600 12
Religious martyr Mary Barrett Dyer was hanged in Boston in 1660 for her devotion to this group, the Society of Friends
    $1600 29
Steve Buscemi plays Nucky Thompson, the undisputed ruler of Atlantic City in this HBO drama
    DD: $1,600 18
It's not kosher, but Buster Keaton, Popeye Doyle & Justin Timberlake have all sported these round, flat hats
    $1600 22
"Lamoid" (with one "L") is the collective term for this South American herd animal & its relatives
    $2000 14
A short story by Ernest Hemingway tells of "The Short Happy Life of" this American on safari in Africa
    $2000 7
Hindu preserver god's bouillabaisses
    DD: $3,500 13
She co-wrote the popular 19th century work "Tales from Shakespear" with her brother Charles
    $2000 30
This show on Oxygen follows the Scali family, who own & run an extravagant dress shop
    $2000 19
A type of top hat popular in the 19th century was named for this "Iron Duke"
    $2000 23
The muscovy type of this fowl was originally domesticated in South America, not Russia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Joon Aleisa
$11,600 $21,300 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Issued in 2011, a stamp commemorating the 150th anniversary of a major event in U.S. history depicts this stronghold

Final scores:

Chris Joon Aleisa
$23,198 $28,800 $7,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Joon Aleisa
$10,600 $24,800 $5,200
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
31 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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Game tape date: 2011-08-24
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