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    $400 1
Sing along to the music with this Japanese word that literally means "empty orchestra"

Show #5162 - Tuesday, February 6, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


Eliza Urban, a sophomore from Richmond, Virginia

Jeffrey Gerlomes, a freshman from Napa, California

Stephen Fritz, a sophomore from Lexington, Kentucky

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It's the coldest, least populous & most remote continent
    $200 18
A Seussical feline takes some kids on wild adventures
    $200 26
To welcome, or to order a cab
    $200 4
Named after a god of war
    $200 10
2005 saw the debut of a new Take 5 candy bar made with this "pale" chocolate
    $200 11
It's an inoculation against a particular disease
    $400 2
More than half the world's people live on this continent
    $400 19
The curmudgeonly kitty Snowbell plots against a mouse-boy
    $400 27
Usual noun for what appears on a TV with bad reception
    $400 6
Named in 8 B.C. for the reigning emperor
    $400 16
You can custom order these candies with your own slogan printed on one side & the famous "m" on the other
    $400 12
This is a student with the highest academic rank who delivers a graduation speech
    $600 3
It's the warmest continent
    $600 21
When Odie the dog is kidnapped, a fun-loving, Bill Murray-voiced tabby must rescue him
    $600 28
Trumpets, trombones & flutes are grouped as this type of instrument
    $600 7
Named after an important goddess & protector of women or a prominent Roman family
    $600 20
This candy bar's trio is made up of Porthos, Athos & d'Artagnan; its website stated, "We do not use Aramis"
    $600 13
One kind of computer simulation is called this type of reality
    $800 5
It has the world's largest tropical rain forest
    $800 24
Patience Prince was the name of this "kittenish" character played by Halle Berry
    $800 29
If you're "on" one, you're in high spirits; if you're "under" one, you're in disgrace
    $800 8
Named after a god of gates
    $800 22
Lake Champlain Chocolates are made in this U.S. state (try the maple crunch)
    DD: $500 14
This synonym of "speed" comes from the Latin for "speed"
    $1000 17
It's the only continent without an active volcano on the mainland
    $1000 25
Steve Martin solves mysteries as a bumbling French detective in this film
    $1000 30
If you "steal someone's" this, you've ruined the effect of a remark by anticipating it
    $1000 9
Named after the goddess of plant growth
    $1000 23
Cortes introduced chocolate to Europe after encountering it in "the halls of" this Aztec emperor
    $1000 15
It's a large, open porch, usually with a roof

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

Stephen Jeffrey Eliza
$800 $3,500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Jeffrey Eliza
$3,200 $6,300 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'90s NEWS
    $400 3
Son succeeded father as leader of this Asian country that said it would withdraw from the nuclear nonprolif. treaty
    $400 21
The Tigers were tamed as this team won the 2006 World Series
    $400 2
In an 1876 novel, he cons Ben, Billy & Johnny into whitewashing a fence for him
    $400 24
Beware of bulging or swollen cans of food; it could be a sign of this food poisoning
    $400 12
Around 1000 A.D. it was Dai Co Viet
    $400 1
Sing along to the music with this Japanese word that literally means "empty orchestra"
    $800 4
After Saddam Hussein invaded this country, the U.S. attacked Iraq
    $800 22
In February 2005 this QB led the Patriots to their third Super Bowl win in 4 years, defeating the Eagles
    $800 10
In this novel, Hester Prynne's husband assumes the guise of Roger Chillingworth, a doctor
    $800 25
Of the 3 common types of burn, this intermediate type is typified by blisters & swelling
    $800 17
Kongeriket Norge translates to "Kingdom of" this
    $800 8
For sleepover guests, you might consider one of these Japanese mattresses that can double as a sofa
    $1200 5
After a bitter confirmation hearing, this man took over for retiring justice Thurgood Marshall
    $1200 23
This driver seen here is the only man to twice win three of NASCAR's top 5 races in one year
    DD: $1,000 14
"The Legend of" this place is set in "Greensburgh... which is more generally" known as Tarry Town
    $1200 28
Hepatitis, which can be severe or cause no symptoms at all, is an inflammation of this organ
    $1200 18
The name of this European country on the Atlantic comes from the Latin for a city where ships unload
    $1200 9
Tofu, a Japanese word, comes from this type of bean, which is also from the Japanese
    $1600 6
In 1994 Boris Yeltsin had his Russian forces invade this breakaway republic
    $1600 26
This Swiss mister is the first man to win both Wimbledon & the U.S. Open 3 straight times
    $1600 15
Text that was deleted by the original publisher in 1895 was restored to this Stephen Crane novel in 1982
    $1600 29
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is under pressure in the hyperbaric chamber at the USC Wrigley Institute.) The afflication known as "the bends" usually results from bubbles of this gas which is highly soluble in the fatty tissues of the body
    $1600 19
It became a duchy in 1354 & a grand duchy in 1815
    $1600 11
Violent & futuristic anime can be based on these, Japanese for "comic books"
    $2000 7
The leader of this S. Amer. country's Shining Path movement was captured, & Pres. Fujimori called him a "monster"
    $2000 27
In 2004 he won the floor exercise at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships; he was second to twin brother Morgan in '02 & '03
    $2000 16
Captain Kidd's buried treasure & a scarab beetle figure prominently in this 1843 Edgar Allan Poe tale
    DD: $1,000 30
Very simply, myalgia is pain in any one of these, often due to a stress injury
    $2000 20
As one word, an African country; as 2, the type of food eaten on the run
    $2000 13
This botanical art form is "heaven & Earth in one container"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Jeffrey Eliza
$13,800 $15,500 $10,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

This branch uses more fuel than the rest of the military combined

Final scores:

Stephen Jeffrey Eliza
$14,407 $0 $10,000
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Stephen Jeffrey Eliza
$14,800 $15,800 $10,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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