Show #6551 - Monday, February 25, 2013

2013 Tournament of Champions final game 1.


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Keith Whitener, a research chemist originally from Charlotte, North Carolina

Kristin Morgan, a strategic analyst for NASA from Huntsville, Alabama

Colby Burnett, a high school world history teacher from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

(Sarah: One of the greatest men of our time, from the scenes of his low points, and his triumphs.)
    $200 6
"And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed"
    $200 16
This umbrella-wielding Batman foe made his comic book debut in 1941 in Detective Comics No. 58
    $200 29
It's the classic combat game from Hasbro; D-6... miss?! Are you kidding me?!
    $200 2
The 1939 song "Over The Rainbow"
    $200 3
In the pages of Variety, a tenpercenter is one of these representatives
    $200 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Robben Island.) During his long imprisonment here on Robben Island, Nelson Mandela began secretly writing his autobiography, aptly titled "Long Walk to" this
    $400 7
"The lord is my shepherd; I shall not want"
    $400 17
The sun is out,
so the light umbrellas carried here are known by this word
    $400 30
The wooing of one person by another, like "Eddie's father"
    $400 5
The Pledge of Allegiance
    $400 4
Abbreviated B.O., it can be boffo, socko or even whammo
    $400 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Lesedi Cultural Village, South Africa.) In a Xhosa village like this one, the man we know as Nelson Mandela was first called Madiba, referring to this extended family group
    $600 8
"And he saith unto me, seal not the sayings of the prophecy of this book: for the time is at hand"
    $600 21
In 2007 her "Umbrella" was named MTV's Monster Single of the Year
    $600 24
The main vessel of a line, or the best or most important of a group
    $600 28
The original "Star Trek" opening monologue
    $600 9
Of "Major Crimes", "Guys with Kids" or "The Bachelor", the TV show Variety would call a laffer
    $600 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Robben Island.) Mandela did 13 years of hard labor here in the quarry, suffering eye damage caused by the sun's reflection off the rock, while chipping away with picks & shovels to get to this four-letter residue, also known as calcium oxide
    DD: $1,200 11
(The "first" part) "But if they cannot contain, let them marry: for it is better to marry than to burn"
    $800 22
In 2011, his last full year as French president, he got a Kevlar-coated umbrella as part of his protection
    $800 15
The building seen here is a house of this
    $800 19
"America the Beautiful"
    $800 10
Colorful term meaning a studio go-ahead to make a movie
    $800 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Cape Town, South Africa.) When Mandela walked out of prison, he set off a celebration here in Cape Town & all of South Africa, but he asked the international community to keep pressure on South Africa's regime by not abandoning these punitive economic measures
    $1000 12
"And should not I spare Nineveh, that great city, wherein are more than sixscore thousand persons"
    $1000 23
This insurance company lost its umbrella logo when it merged with Citicorp in 1998 but later purchased it back
    $1000 14
The Gates Millennium is one of these; study hard!
    $1000 18
"'Twas the Night Before Christmas"
    $1000 20
Like Washington Irving, Variety calls New York City this (no "city" at the end)
    $1000 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Pretoria, South Africa.) Here at the union buildings at his inauguration on May 10, 1994, Mandela graciously called this man, his predecessor & the president who freed him, "one of the greatest reformers, one of the greatest sons of" South Africa

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

Colby Kristin Keith
$1,600 $1,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Kristin Keith
$4,000 $2,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

1990s MUSIC
(Alex: Potpourri, really.)
    $400 23
This Orwell novel that says, "Four legs good, two legs bad"
    $400 12
I've lost track of how many times I've found myself in my car singing "MMMBop" by this trio
    $400 3
The "K" in the name of this over 28,000-foot peak stands for the Karakoram range
    $400 1
"There is only one position for an artist anywhere: and that is, upright", said this Welsh poet (who often wasn't)
    $400 18
According to USDA dietary guidelines, at least half of what you eat from this food group should be "whole"
    $400 13
She's the 111th justice of the Supreme Court
    $800 26
Daniel Keyes' "Flowers for" this lab mouse
    $800 11
This Gary, Indiana-born woman had 18 Top 40 hits in the '90s, including "Escapade"
    $800 4
Welcoming freed slaves to the land of their ancestors, this country's name is from the Latin word for "free"
    $800 2
Gossips agree with Amanda Lear's line "I hate to spread" these, "but what else can one do with them?"
    $800 19
Another term for a pioneer, it's also a member of Portland's NBA team
    $800 14
In 2012, this Berliner topped Forbes list of the 100 most powerful women for the second year in a row
    $1200 27
J.K. Rowling for "Harry Potter and" this burning vessel
    $1200 10
"My conversation has run dry, that's what's going on, nothing's fine I'm" this Natalie Imbruglia adjective
    $1200 5
Famous for its Running of the Bulls, this city was founded by & named for Roman general Pompey
    $1200 29
This quintessential NYC filmmaker: "Some guy hit my fender & I told him, 'Be fruitful & multiply', but not in those words"
    $1200 20
In 2012 this 1972 presidential candidate passed away at age 90 in South Dakota
    $1200 15
Smile and say cheese for this woman, who's usually behind the camera,
photographing famous folks
    $1600 30
To the short story "I Have No Mouth, and I Must" do this
    $1600 9
"Ants Marching" & "Satellite" were '90s signature tunes from this group
    $1600 6
As you might guess, India derives its name from this river
    $1600 28
Charles de Gaulle asked, "How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of" this food?
    $1600 21
It's the 16-letter word for a 150th anniversary
    $1600 16
For her work with charities and the Special Olympics,
she still rates a perfect 10
    DD: $2,000 24
Damon Knight for this short story (or is it the title of a cookbook?)
    $2000 8
The "Bee Girl" was at the center of Blind Melon's video for this song
    DD: $5,000 7
The Arabic name of this biblical town means "house of meat"; the Hebrew name--"house of bread"
    $2000 25
"We expected a better play", said a heckler in 1927 to this witty Brit about "Sirocco"; said he: "I expected better manners"
    $2000 22
This painter's "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is over 7 feet tall & over 12 feet long
    $2000 17
The stage name of this silent-screen vamp was an anagram of "ARAB DEATH"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Colby Kristin Keith
$21,200 $6,400 $7,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1925 she visited a floating theater docked in North Carolina to research her next novel

Final scores:

Colby Kristin Keith
$22,200 $400 $4,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Colby Kristin Keith
$21,200 $6,400 $13,600
24 R,
2 W
12 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $41,200

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Game tape date: 2013-01-16
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