Suggest correction - #5266 - 2007-07-02

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    $200 18
Bilbo's surname in the "Lord of the Rings" saga

Show #5266 - Monday, July 2, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 5.


Jessica Eyde, an interior decorator originally from Fort Worth, Texas

Wilson Rickerson, a renewable energy consultant originally from Falls Church, Virginia

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (4-day champion whose cash winnings total $91,301)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That brings back memories.)
    $200 7
Hand-rolled Cohiba & Montecristo cigars originated in this country
    $200 1
He's boldly written "Tek" & "Star Trek" novels & nonfiction books chronicling his days as Captain Kirk
    $200 6
What was nature thinking putting these glands mainly on the paw pads, so dogs have to cool off by panting
    $200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) For the '59 Biscayne, Chevy introduced new features like cat's eye taillights and fins named for this mammal's wings
    $200 13
Strom Thurmond, from 1964 to 2003
    $200 18
Bilbo's surname in the "Lord of the Rings" saga
    $400 8
It's the only Scandinavian nation that borders only one other country (Germany)
    $400 2
Kids love her as "Mary Poppins" & as the author of "The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles"
    $400 12
Sandpipers & snipes are shorebirds, also called these for the way they move through shallow water
    $400 27
With a lighter body and large engine, this company's 1968 Dart offered superior handling
    $400 14
Strom Thurmond, until 1964 (except when running for president in 1948)
    $400 19
The musical "Kismet" opens at dawn in this ancient city
    $600 9
The name of this Mediterranean country comes from an ancient Greek word for "calf" (as in cow, not leg)
    $600 3
In 2006 this first lady of hip-hop came out with her first children's book, "Queen of the Scene"
    $600 23
This type of "high" Southwestern brush, like the scrub oak, depends on fire to renew its growth
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew leans over the open hood of a muscle car.) The 1970 Plymouth Barracuda got some extra muscle from its six-barreled setup of these devices
    $600 15
Strom Thurmond, running for president in 1948
    $600 20
A person who collects money for a political party or a criminal organization
    DD: $800 10
Popular newspapers in this Western Hemisphere nation include The Isthmian & The Bocas Breeze
    $800 4
"Czech" out her tennis mysteries like "Killer Instinct" & "The Total Zone" by this former champ
    $800 24
Named for a land animal, this "sea" creature has rings of body armor & a prehensile tale [sic]
    $800 29
The E-type by this British company was one of the first to offer independent rear suspension
    $800 16
In the 1840s: Henry Clay, Horace Greeley, William Seward
    $800 21
This musical instrument was often played in battle
    $1000 11
Hutus & Tutsis predominate in these 2 neighboring countries once part of German East Africa
    $1000 5
Long before playing TV's Dr. Gregory House, he published a spy spoof called "The Gun Seller"
    $1000 25
The insect seen here is called the "water" type of this word that also follows "Volga" in song
    $1000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) You can't talk about muscle cars without honoring this racer, car designer, and chili cookoff originator who made the classic GT500
    $1000 17
Ross Perot, independent in 1992, & this other party in 1996
    $1000 22
"Ramp agent" is Southwest Airlines' term for the heavy lifting job more usually called this

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

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$2,600 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$7,200 $2,000 $3,200
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