Show #6346 - Monday, April 2, 2012


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Randy Cauthen, a poet and professor originally from Charleston, South Carolina

Elisabeth Carrel, a copy editor from Elgin, Illinois

Sarah Curtis, a mechanical and electrical drafter from Oceanside, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
1856 saw the first import of these desert animals for use by the U.S. Army in the American Southwest
    $200 18
It can refer to a large number of bees, especially if looking for a new home, or of other insects such as locusts
    $200 3
This evolutionary scientist found Shakespeare "so intolerably dull that it nauseated me"
    $200 16
Kola nuts from a West African tree have been a source of this stimulant used in American soft drinks
    $200 8
Mary Elizabeth "Tipper" Aitcheson's, though they're separated
    $200 1
Since 2000 this writer has 18 credits on, including an "Emma" miniseries; not bad for being dead for 195 years
    $400 22
Sericulture, the use of these "worms" in fiber manufacture, goes back more than 4,000 years
    $400 19
Superman is able to "leap tall buildings in a single" one of these jumps
    $400 4
This Russian writer & noble didn't have much use for the Bard, saying his works were immoral, vulgar & senseless
    $400 17
Middle age, or a crisis of doubt & anxiety experienced by some during that period
    $400 9
Jacqueline Bouvier's 2
    $400 2
Seen here, Jane Kaczmarek played Lois, the harried mom on this sitcom about a boy genius
    $600 21
Orso is the Italian word for this carnivore
    $600 23
When used before a date, the abbreviation c. stands for this
    $600 5
Of "A Midsummer Night's Dream", this 17th c. diarist wrote that it was "the most insipid ridiculous play that ever I saw"
    $600 26
A public declaration of principles & policies; Marx issued one in 1848
    $600 10
Marilyn Monroe's last 2
    $600 13
Published in 2011, "Prime Time", a guide to living the second half of life successfully, is by this actress & workout pioneer
    $800 29
An Alpine variety of this amphibian can stay pregnant for 3 years & 2 months
    $800 24
Poet Edward Fitzgerald wanted this amount "of wine, a loaf of bread and thou beside me singing in the wilderness"
    DD: $600 6
When he described "Hamlet"' as "a vulgar and barbarous drama", this French author was quite candid
    $800 27
This small, thin disk of unleavened bread is used in the Eucharist
    $800 11
Octavia's (we'll give you Gaius Marcellus, whom she married around 54 B.C., but you supply this second hubby)
    $800 14
The theme to this cartoon show mentions "his boy Elroy. Daughter Judy. Jane, his wife"
    $1000 25
A 5-letter term for a field of beans or pumpkins
    $1000 7
This 3-named Irish dramatist despised Shakespeare so much he wanted "to dig him up and throw stones at him"
    $1000 28
It's the term for fidelity owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
    $1000 12
The former Holly Knowlton, a 1995 "Jeopardy!" contestant, is seen here with this husband of hers
    $1000 15
In 1997 this Perry Farrell band had "Been Caught Stealing" Flea of the Chili Peppers, who took over on bass for Eric Avery

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

Sarah Elisabeth Randy
$400 $3,200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Elisabeth Randy
$3,600 $3,800 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
Stevie Wonder's song "Sir Duke" was a tribute to this jazzy composer & bandleader
    $400 11
A jumbled mixture; sometimes it's a "Jeopardy!" category
    $400 1
The name of this "Star Trek" communications officer is similar to the Swahili word for "freedom"
    $400 6
Appropriately, its name is from the Arabic for "desert"
    $400 16
One wife at a time stayed with him at Beehive House in Salt Lake City; many others lived next door at Lion's House
    $400 24
To prepare the globe type of this veggie, trim the thorny tips of its outer leaves & steam it on the stove top
    $800 12
To return by the same route one has previously taken
    $800 2
The president of Hooters went incognito & worked in the kitchen on an episode of this reality show
    $800 10
This nation that borders Germany takes its name from words meaning "eastern empire"
    $800 17
The E! network series "The Girls Next Door" is set in this Holmby Hills mansion
    $800 26
The name of this dish of rice stirred in hot butter or oil before simmering on the range top comes from the Persian
    $1200 21
Magic moments for this composer & Hal David included writing the 1958 Perry Como hit "Magic Moments"
    $1200 13
In a "Twilight Zone" episode, "To Serve Man" was the title of one of these
    $1200 3
"The Simpsons" began as part of this comedienne's show
    $1200 7
In 1932 this Middle Eastern country took on part of the name of its ruling family
    $1200 18
In 1910 this temperance crusader founded a school in Hatchet Hall, her home in Arkansas
    $1200 27
Stir often when making a roux for this thick Creole stew whose name comes from a word for "okra"
    DD: $1,400 22
His song "I Love Paris" was no doubt inspired by his years of living there
    $1600 14
Something that is gratis
    $1600 4
Wally Cox voiced the title canine superhero on this classic cartoon
    $1600 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points to a map on the monitor.) Of New York City's 5 boroughs, these two are named for real people; one a Swede, the other a royal
    $1600 19
From an upstairs studio in the Olson House in Cushing, Maine, this artist made Christina Olson & the house famous
    $2000 23
The opera "Einstein on the Beach" was a collaboration between Robert Wilson & this composer
    DD: $3,200 15
Originally this term referred to ammunition fired at game to get food; today it means a critical remark
    $2000 5
Poppy Montgomery stars as Carrie Wells, who remembers almost everything, on this CBS drama
    $2000 9
This former Asian capital was named for the Hindu goddess of death & time
    $2000 20
After the original wooden home burned down, Cornelius Vanderbilt built this Rhode Island mansion
    $2000 28
To cook Japanese noodles, whether somen, soba or these thick wheat ones, gradually add them to a pot of boiling water

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Elisabeth Randy
$11,200 $13,000 $16,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Robert De Niro film is known in Italian as "Il cacciatore"

Final scores:

Sarah Elisabeth Randy
$50 $24,000 $6,153
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sarah Elisabeth Randy
$11,200 $13,200 $16,400
14 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2011-12-13
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