Show #6294 - Thursday, January 19, 2012


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Naved Sheikh, an attorney from New York, New York

Lynn Hammerlund, a college librarian from Lake in the Hills, Illinois

Amy Stephenson, a writer and editor from Sunnyside, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This play opens on the battlements of the castle at Elsinore as Barnardo asks, "who's there?"
    $200 8
He started a book business from his home in 1873; his son William joined forces with G. Clifford Noble in 1917
    $200 6
Peter, Peter was an eater of this; he kept his wife in its shell
    $200 12
This largest Alaskan city lies at the head of Cook Inlet on the Kenai Peninsula
    $200 21
This '60s "Nights in White Satin" band has another color in its name
    $200 30
In Portuguese, domingo is this day of the week
    $400 2
"Othello" opens with Roderigo addressing this villain: "Tush, never tell me; I take it much unkindly"
    $400 17
In 1997 Tyco International moved to this U.K. territory in the Atlantic for tax purposes
    $400 7
"I had a little hobby-horse and it was dapple gray; its head was made of pea-straw, its tail was made of" this
    $400 13
Big ships must pass through Admiralty Inlet to enter or leave this Washington State sound
    $400 22
1974's "Mandy" was his first Top 40 hit--& it reached No.1
    $400 29
In French, l'oiseau is this; it sports les plumes
    $600 3
The chorus of "Romeo & Juliet" tells us it's in this city "where we lay our scene"
    $600 18
An Italian clothier is known as the United Colors of this
    $600 9
In a counting nursery rhyme, they were "a-courting", "in the kitchen" & "a-waiting"
    DD: $1,000 14
Faxa Bay in the North Atlantic is between this country's Snaefells & Reykjanes peninsulas
    $600 23
This singer of "Jack & Diane" had to fight to record under his own name
    $600 28
If Popeye spoke Hebrew he'd ask for tered, this
    $800 4
Completes the opening sentence "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun of..."
    $800 19
In 1851 this company started using a logo with a man in the moon & 13 stars; now it uses its initials
    $800 10
While "January brings the snow", "May brings flocks of pretty" these, "skipping by their fleecy dams"
    $800 15
This Chilean city whose name means "valley of paradise" lies on a wide inlet of the Pacific
    $800 24
In the '90s it was "Enter Sandman" with this group
    $800 27
Tredici is Italian for this symbol of bad luck
    $1000 5
This play opens most dramatically with thunder & lightning. A ship is seen. Then a cry of "bos'n!"
    $1000 20
In 1927 this brand name first appeared on a Sears washing machine
    $1000 11
"Here we go round" this bush "on a cold and frosty morning"
    $1000 16
North Carolina's Albemarle Sound is no deeper than 25 feet & is protected from the Atlantic by this island chain
    $1000 25
In the 2000s "Makes Me Wonder" got this group noticed
    $1000 26
In German, berg is this topographical feature on a map

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Amy Lynn Naved
$3,400 $3,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Lynn Naved
$5,200 $8,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

4 N
    $400 9
In December 1974 this former New York governor was sworn in as Vice President
    $400 16
If you can't stand the heat, there's always this raw dish that includes onions, capers, egg yolks & beef tenderloin
    $400 11
The British A22 Mark IV tank carried a 75-millimeter gun & this prime minister's name
    $400 29
Able to lift 850 times its own weight, the strongest animal is the rhinoceros type of this insect
    $400 4
Blair Underwood as President Elias Martinez
    $400 21
Number of "beers on the wall" at the beginning of the song
    $800 10
In 1951 he told a joint session of Congress that he "tried to do his duty as god gave him the light to see that duty"
    $800 17
A New England boiled dinner is traditionally made with this cured deli meat
    $800 12
Ships in the U.S. Navy's Casablanca class of "escort" these were smaller than their big cousins like the Lexington
    $800 5
Dennis Haysbert & D.B. Woodside as David & Wayne Palmer, respectively
    $800 22
"U" know it means not deliberate; I'm sorry, that slip of the tongue was completely this
    DD: $1,800 1
This political party founded around 1789 stood for a strong central government
    $1200 18
A New York steak is also known as this alliterative steak
    $1200 13
Today, this Japanese car company makes the Galant; in WWII, it was better known for its A6M "Zero" fighter
    $1200 26
Relative to the size of the bird, this flightless New Zealand denizen has the largest egg
    $1200 6
Fred Armisen as Barack Obama
    DD: $2,400 23
It's the church festival on March 25 commemorating what Gabriel told Mary
    $1600 2
His foes said that in 1877 he agreed to withdraw remaining federal troops from the south in return for electoral support
    $1600 19
The second word in the French name of this boneless steak means "dainty"
    $1600 14
It was the alphanumeric designation of the U.S. Army's Garand rifle
    $1600 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a bunch of jar-preserved specimens.) Butterflies, centipedes, scorpions, spiders, crabs, lobsters--these & millions of other creepy crawlers belong to this phylum that makes up more than 80% of all animal species, from the Greek for "joint foot"
    $1600 7
On Fox, Patricia Wettig as Caroline Reynolds
    $1600 24
Adjective preceding the railroad completed in 1869
    $2000 3
In 1917 the U.S. purchased the islands of St. Croix, St. John & St. Thomas from this country for $25 million
    $2000 20
To make this dish, beef is topped with pate de foie gras & a mushroom paste before it's wrapped in pastry & cooked
    $2000 15
"Hefty" nickname of the second & last atomic bomb used during the war
    $2000 28
The April 2009 issue of Science magazine reported that cows were the first livestock animal to have this "mapped"
    $2000 8
Mary McDonnell as Laura Roslin
    $2000 25
Inopportune or untimely, like the title "woman" in a Dominick Dunne novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Lynn Naved
$5,600 $13,200 $11,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

When asked for a home address in "The Blues Bros." Elwood gives 1060 W. Addison St., the home of this facility

Final scores:

Amy Lynn Naved
$9,600 $22,500 $11,199
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,500 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Lynn Naved
$5,600 $11,600 $10,600
13 R,
4 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2011-11-09
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