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    $1600 29
The film festival in this Colorado mining town began in 1974 with screenings at the Sheridan Opera House

Show #6309 - Thursday, February 9, 2012

2012 College Championship semifinal game 2.


Jaime Alayon, a sophomore at the George Washington University from Miami, Florida

Greer Mackebee, a senior at Duke University from Knoxville, Tennessee

Sarah Bart, a senior at Goucher College from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
L.A. pet owners know that these creatures have moved into urban areas, like our canyons
    $200 21
Stay in & turn on this "Factor"; heck, it was the No. 1 British TV show 7 straight years
    $200 11
Legend says this wife of the Lord of Coventry horsed around to say, "Read my lips. Reduce heavy taxes"
    $200 5
No feeding these birds in Venice, even the carrier type; a $600 ticket can fly your way
    $200 16
In this mega-bestseller, Mitch Albom recounts his weekly visits with his dying college professor
    $200 1
If you've put a scoratorium in place, you're trying to avoid hearing what happened in one of these
    $400 27
Shawnee Indians referred to this large member of the deer family as the wapiti
    $400 22
Go out & catch some NHL action; this city's Blues are in town
    $400 12
This love god forbade his wife Psyche to see what he looked like; then put on some clothes, man!
    $400 6
Stopping on this 8-letter German speedway is a somewhat obvious no-no
    $400 17
This late first lady's "Historic Conversations on Life With" her husband was a No. 1 bestseller in 2011
    $400 2
A carnevoyeur is one of these who derives pleasure from watching others eat meat
    $600 28
Found in Southeast Asia, the siamang is the largest of these smallest apes
    $600 23
Stay in with a DVD of this 2011 film whose title is an African-American wedding tradition
    $600 13
An ad campaign for this organization said, "I'd rather go naked than wear fur"
    $600 7
Driving topless could cost you a few hundred bahts (about $10) in this country, formerly Siam
    $600 18
His "A Brief History of Time" is subtitled "From the Big Bang to Black Holes"
    $600 3
Failing to impress a woman you're attracted to can land you in this "zone"
    $800 29
Found in tropical regions, a skink, not to be confused with a skunk, is a type of this
    $800 24
Go out & see Matt Bellamy & his mates in this band perform anthems like "Uprising"
    $800 14
The figures in this Flemish man's 1630s work "The Three Graces" are lovely & very him-esque
    $800 8
2 juice drinkers in the UAE each got a $275 fine for quenching their thirst in daylight during this holy month
    DD: $1,800 19
Sebastian Junger re-creates the final hours of a fishing boat during a devastating nor'easter in this bestseller
    $800 4
A "cough & call" is a technique to avoid this
    $1000 30
It's the American salamander seen here; we wonder if its bark is worse than its bite
    $1000 25
Go out & see or stay in & hear a live broadcast performance of this Garrison Keillor radio show
    $1000 15
Writing on the destruction of the best minds of his generation, this poet also said they were "starving hysterical naked"
    $1000 9
It could cost you to stroll around in a bathing suit in this island nation, site of a 1983 U.S. invasion
    $1000 20
Dee Brown's classic "Indian History of the American West" is called "Bury my Heart at" this place
    $1000 10
"When an ethnic minority makes unfounded accusations", they're pulling this from the deck

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

Sarah Greer Jaime
$1,400 $800 $5,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Greer Jaime
$7,000 $1,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

"OH" MY!
    $400 6
Returned to Scotland in 1996, the Stone of Scone sat for 700 years under the coronation throne in this country
    $400 21
This 1949 play about Willy Loman won a Tony & a Pulitzer Prize for Drama
    $400 1
Monrovia, Liberia is at the mouth of the Mesurado River on this ocean
    $400 14
In Mexico, this chain serves up the cuarto de libra
    $400 26
In October 2011 a Highwood, Illinois festival set a world record with 30,919 of these carved gourds
    $400 9
This brand is a soft, nontoxic, colorful modeling compound for kids
    $800 7
The throne of this youthful king depicts him & his wife Ankhesenamun bathed in the sun's protective rays
    $800 22
In 1983 New York's Alvin Theatre was renamed for this playwright whose "Brighton Beach Memoirs" was playing there
    $800 2
This Down Under capital city bears the name of the duke who defeated Napoleon
    $800 15
In France, this franchise specializes in "longs sandwiches" that are "prepares sous vos yeux"
    DD: $6,000 27
A Japanese lantern lighting ceremony is a part of this 2 week long spring festival in Washington, D.C.
    $800 10
From the Latin for "hinder", it means to forbid by law
    $1200 8
The Palatine Chapel in Aachen, Germany contains the simple marble & bronze throne of this first Holy Roman Emperor
    $1200 23
"Freud's Last Session", about an imagined meeting between Dr. F. & this Narnia creator, is an Off-Broadway hit
    $1200 3
The Plaza de la Revolucion in this Caribbean capital was often the site of revolutionary speeches, including a 7-hour one
    $1200 16
Mexican sizes for this chain's Blizzard are chico, mediano, grande y hasta un litro!
    $1200 28
A Florence, Oregon festival features a cook-off to determine the best of these thick soups containing fish or shellfish
    $1200 11
One of the 6 main classes of nutrients that provide energy to the body
    $1600 19
The throne seen here is known as the cathedra, or chair, of this saint
    $1600 24
Dolly Parton wrote 16 new songs for this musical that clocked in on Broadway in 2009
    DD: $4,000 4
This Scandinavian capital's Kon-Tiki museum houses mementos of Thor Heyerdahl's voyages
    $1600 17
Choose "piezas de pollo que puedes pedir en receta secreta o en cruji pollo" at this fast food place
    $1600 29
The film festival in this Colorado mining town began in 1974 with screenings at the Sheridan Opera House
    $1600 12
Logically connected or consistent; it describes a good argument
    $2000 20
You'll find the throne seen here in Deoksugung Palace in this capital city
    $2000 25
A play starring Samuel L. Jackson takes its title from a line in Martin Luther King's last speech, "I've been to" this summit
    $2000 5
Share the love in Muscat, this Middle Eastern country's capital
    $2000 18
French-speaking Canadians can order a flotteur frosty a la vanille avec fresca at this old-fashioned favorite
    $2000 30
Newton, Kansas has an annual festival in July honoring this cattle trail that ended farther north in Abilene
    $2000 13
The fleece of an Angora goat

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Greer Jaime
$25,800 $14,400 $3,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this title heroine of an 1847 poem is from the Greek for "good news"

Final scores:

Sarah Greer Jaime
$29,300 $2,999 $1
Finalist 2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Sarah Greer Jaime
$22,400 $9,200 $3,200
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
11 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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