Show #6462 - Tuesday, October 23, 2012


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Martin Powell, a chemical engineer from Bowie, Maryland

Susan Petracco, an e-commerce consultant from Viera, Florida

Betsy Chisolm, a volunteer storyteller from Greeley, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And then, in honor of the James Beard Foundation...)
    $200 11
"Charlie's good tonight, isn't he?" Mick Jagger asks the crowd on a live album, referring to this drummer
    $200 1
Scarlett O'Hara's plantation home
    $200 7
These "are sealed"
    $200 6
A cantilever bridge named for this Washington Irving sleeper stretches almost a mile across the Hudson at Catskill
    $200 21
This development of close relationships with family members & friends sounds like you're gluing them together
    $200 20
Tom Colicchio turned down the job of judge on this Bravo show 3 times before saying yes
    $400 12
Pete Thomas is the longtime drummer for this English Elvis
    $400 2
This title gal's Manderley, which had an "iron gate leading to the drive"
    $400 8
"Sounds like" this
    $400 16
Seen here is the original cell block of this institution on the banks of the Hudson
    $400 22
This adjective refers to basic urges & emotions; in a form of therapy, it precedes "scream"
    $400 27
"Flashdance" composer Giorgio Moroder suggested that this chef call his restaurant Spago
    $600 13
Topper Headon laid down the big beats on this band's "Safe European Home" & "Rock The Casbah"
    $600 3
Title place where Hindley hates Heathcliff
    $600 9
"Waste of" this valuable pair
    $600 17
In 1945 this First Lady moved from the White House to Val-Kill, a mansion near the Hudson
    $600 23
A psychological event that affects one's behavior, it also refers to a single installment of a TV series
    $600 28
Chicago's Grant Achatz used his kitchen discipline to beat back cancer of this, a horror for a chef
    $800 14
Mick Avory pounded the skins on this band's "Come Dancing" & "(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman"
    $800 4
Jane Eyre met Mr. Rochester at this hall
    $800 10
"Pardon me for" doing this
    $800 18
The natural beauty of the Hudson River has given it the nickname "America's" this, a comparison to a German river
    $800 24
German for "fear", it's a deep philosophical & existential dread
    $800 29
French food isn't moist inside & crunchy outside, so Michel Richard "discovered texture" at this fast food place
    $1000 15
Perhaps Euterpe inspires Dominic Howard when he drums for this "Black Holes And Revelations" band
    $1000 5
An Iranian colonel & a troubled young woman fight over Andre Dubus III's "House of" these 2 things
    $1000 26
These 3 words, so maybe on vacation
    DD: $1,200 19
This Italian explorer reached the Hudson River in 1524, 85 years before Henry Hudson
    $1000 25
One of the 3 divisions of the psyche in psychoanalytic theory, it's ruled by the reality principle
    $1000 30
If you know what mesclun & arugula are, it's because she opened Berkeley's Chez Panisse in 1971

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

Betsy Susan Martin
$4,400 $1,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Betsy Susan Martin
$9,400 $1,400 -$600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: But this'll be a little different than the one we had in the first round.)
WHO "R-U"?
(Alex: Those two letters will begin each correct response.)
(Alex: The correct response will be a word that is found in one of our U.S. capitals, in order.)
    $400 16
...this American general at the 1776 battle of Long Island
    $400 21
This 15th century German created a special oil-based ink to go along with his printing press
    $400 11
The cube this Hungarian developed proved a useful tool for teaching algebraic group theory
    $400 1
The character of Beckmesser in this composer's "Die Meistersinger" is a caricature of music critics
    $400 6
This crime is in Nevada's capital
    $800 17
...this German Air Force in 1940's Battle of Britain
    $800 28
In an animated series on Disney Junior, this elephant king has a grandson named Badou
    $800 22
The ancient Phoenicians developed Tyrian purple dye from the glands of this gastropod
    $800 12
You better work if you want to name this Glamazon
    $800 2
Beppe, a harlequin, is a character in this 1892 opera
    $800 7
This wind in Maine's
    DD: $2,000 18
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an animated diagram of the Battle of Agincourt on the monitor.) At the 1415 Battle of Agincourt, French cavalry charged across a muddy field & were cut down in waves by English archers, leading to an overwhelming victory for this king & his band of brothers
    $1200 27
Jim Carrey voiced the title pachyderm who discovers voices coming from a speck of dust in this 2008 film
    $1200 23
Chamomile, turmeric & saffron have been used to produce natural dyes of this primary color
    $1200 13
This author of "The Satanic Verses" played himself in "Bridget Jones's Diary"
    $1200 3
The land on which this London "Garden" opera house sits was once part of a monastery
    $1200 8
This noodle in California's
    $1600 19
...these invaders from the north at the 1513 Battle of Flodden, "England's revenge for Bannockburn"
    $1600 26
Tai played an elephant named Rosie in this circus-set romance based on a Sara Gruen novel
    $1600 14
In 1960 this sprinter became the first American woman to win 3 track-&-field gold medals in a single Olympics
    $1600 4
The only opera this Finn ever composed was "The Maiden in the Tower"
    $1600 9
This tree in Tennessee's
    $2000 20
...a fleet at the 1798 Battle of the Nile, leaving this general's invading army trapped in Egypt
    $2000 25
"I've seen a peanut stand, heard a rubber band" are lyrics from the song in "Dumbo" "When I See" this
    $2000 24
"Never say dye... say" this 3-letter fabric dye company founded in 1917
    $2000 15
Abe Lincoln was fond of this New Salem girl who died in 1835, but a grand romance is not supported by historical evidence
    $2000 5
Characters in this operetta include captain Richard Warrington & Marietta d'Altena
    DD: $3,000 10
This Roman poet in Rhode Island's

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Betsy Susan Martin
$18,600 $9,200 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Oddly, this mammalian character with a rhyming name suffers from alopecia

Final scores:

Betsy Susan Martin
$20,800 $6,799 $2,400
2-day champion: $25,999 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Betsy Susan Martin
$20,600 $8,200 $7,000
27 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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Game tape date: 2012-08-08
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