Show #5026 - Monday, June 19, 2006


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David Ono, a medical doctor from Honolulu, Hawaii

Leigh Hall, an executive assistant from Los Angeles, California

Josh Kennedy, a bartender from Trenton, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This pack animal's name comes from the Latin for "small horse"--can you dig it?
    $200 25
It's the lucrative product referred to by the slang term "black gold"
    $200 16
The longest reigning monarch in history may be this country's Neferkare, said to have ruled for over 90 years
    $200 6
"There is a rose in East Harlem"--nah. "There is a rose in" this other name for this area
    $200 20
You've really put your foot in it if you're mounting your horse
    $200 1
On Feb. 5, 2006 The Stones performed during the Super Bowl XL halftime show in this city
    $400 12
Seen here is a group of these animals cavorting in Finnmark, Norway
    $400 26
American feathery friend of the Icteridae family, such as the red-winged type
    $400 17
Sometime during his remarkable 72-year reign, he supposedly said, "L'etat c'est moi", or "I am the state"
    $400 7
Maintaining the Dutch theme, one of Harlem's major newspapers is the "News" bearing the name of this city
    $400 21
From the Latin for "to break", it's political dishonesty for personal gain
    $400 2
"The Glimmer Twins" are these 2 sexagenarians
    $600 13
On Grand Teton's trails, horses get right of way versus these S. Amer. pack animals of the family Camelidae
    $600 27
The Black Hills are an isolated, eroded mountain region in the western part of this state
    $600 18
The reign of 5 rulers of Monaco exceeded 50 years; 3 were named Honore & 2 were named this
    DD: $1,600 8
In 1954 he took over as minister of the Nation of Islam's Temple Number 7 in Harlem
    $600 22
2 lines of rhyming verse at the end of a Shakespearean sonnet
    $600 3
The oldest of the original Stones still with the group, this drummer was born June 2, 1941
    $800 14
As opposed to the dromedary, this type of camel named for an ancient Asian region has 2 humps
    $800 28
Edward, the son of Edward III of England, was known by this dark sobriquet
    $800 19
In 1840 this king, the third in the dynasty, had enough time in his 29-year reign to give Hawaii its first constitution
    $800 9
Duke Ellington could have told you that this MTA transport passes through Harlem before terminating at 207th St.
    $800 23
Garden favorite seen here
    $800 4
The Rolling Stones album "Sticky Fingers" featured a working zipper on its cover designed by this artist
    $1000 15
Seen here, zebus are often referred to as this type of cattle that sounds like an Indian caste
    $1000 29
This river forms the southern & western borders of Germany's Black Forest region
    $1000 30
This country's King Rama IX, who belongs to the Chakri Dynasty that includes King Mongkut, has reigned 59 years
    $1000 10
The regalia of this great dancer known as "Bojangles" includes a badge as honorary Mayor of Harlem
    $1000 24
Plural word that's a synonym for a wedding ceremony
    $1000 5
"Please allow me to introduce myself" is the opening line of this Stones song

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

Josh Leigh David
$7,000 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Leigh David
$12,600 $3,200 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
About this book, Robert Louis Stevenson said, "If this don't fetch the kids, why, they have gone rotten since my day"
    $400 1
Steven Spielberg named the mechanical shark in this 1975 classic "Bruce" after his lawyer
    $400 11
In this country, to get from Harlingen to Oost Vlieland, you've to cross the Waddenzee
    $400 16
The Army's largest health-care facility is the D.C. medical center named for this man
    $400 26
NSA, the USA's largest intelligence agency, stands for this, though some say it's for "No Such Agency"
    $400 21
Peter Pan lost his, but Wendy sewed it back on
    $800 7
In this 1987 Tom Wolfe novel, investment banker Sherman McCoy is almost fed to the wolves of the South Bronx
    $800 2
Commercial fisherman George Clooney faces disaster in the North Atlantic in this fact-based 2000 film
    $800 12
This strait off Sicily links the Tyrrhenian & Ionian Seas
    $800 17
In 1616 he was released from the Tower of London to lead a new expedition in search of gold
    $800 27
The ill-fated "New" version of this brand replaced the secret formula 7X with 7X-100
    $800 22
Mole relative that might need taming
    $1200 8
This Leon Uris novel shares its name with a biblical book
    $1200 3
The overinflated budget of this moist 1995 film earned it the nickname "Kevin's Gate"
    DD: $4,000 13
The Gironde, an estuary formed by a river confluence near Bordeaux, extends to this bay
    $1200 18
He's the only one of the original 7 astronauts to fly in the Mercury, Gemini & Apollo space programs
    $1200 28
To keep secret this conqueror's 1227 burial site, funeral attendees were killed by soldiers who were then killed
    $1200 23
James Hilton's high mountain valley
    $1600 9
This title foundling's foster father, Squire Allworthy, is later revealed to be his uncle
    $1600 4
Jon Voight & Burt Reynolds head to Appalachia for a canoe trip that goes horribly wrong in this 1972 flick
    $1600 14
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reads from the water's edge in a city in Latvia.) A Baltic cruise takes you into this gulf to visit the largest & most cosmopolitan city in the 3 Baltic states
    $1600 19
He was an Angel, Royal, Padre, Brave & Angel again before he called it quits in 2001
    $1600 29
Khrushchev's 1956 speech condemning this leader wasn't published in full in the USSR until 1989
    DD: $3,000 24
This religion's name translates as "the way of divine power"
    $2000 10
This novel is narrated by one-time journalist Jack Burden, who becomes an aide to politician Willie Stark
    $2000 5
Meryl Streep & her son go not so gently down the stream in this 1994 rafting suspense movie
    $2000 15
The major cities on this 1,200-mile-long Russian river are Voronezh & Rostov-on-it
    $2000 20
In 1997 his debut novel "She's Come Undone" became a No. 1 bestseller
    $2000 30
Members of this "troweling" society swear to keep its secrets--or so we think, as the oath is secret
    $2000 25
Versatile versemonger depicted here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Leigh David
$27,400 $7,600 $9,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From the name of a committee created by Gregory XV to spread the faith, it means info used to spread a belief

Final scores:

Josh Leigh David
$28,200 $1 $4,400
2-day champion: $55,600 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Josh Leigh David
$23,600 $7,600 $8,400
36 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R,
1 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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