Show #5031 - Monday, June 26, 2006


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Mark Edelson, a software developer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Joan Belen, a homemaker from Brooklyn, New York

Chris Knight, a copywriter from Birmingham, Alabama (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Casablanca is the chief port & most populous city of this nation
    $200 30
Before becoming a Bronco, Jake "The Snake" Plummer played for this university's Sun Devils
    $200 16
When the airway narrows, the soft palate or uvula may vibrate; the old man is doing this
    $200 11
Names of the Three Stooges at the time of the 1946 film "Beer Barrel Polecats"
    $200 4
"Shelter" where you can live out your nuclear armageddon fears
    $200 21
On May 21, 1945 Humphrey Bogart married her
    $400 2
Casablanca's bleached city walls gave it its name, which means this in English
    $400 29
Appropriately, this NHL team's mascot lists "Devil Inside" by INXS as one of his favorite songs
    $400 17
Lady Macbeth has a famous scene where she experiences this, aka somnambulism; things don't work out well for her
    $400 12
The foolhardy trio that went to sea in a tub in a classic nursery rhyme
    $400 5
It's the operatic vocal register I'm using to read you this clue
    $400 22
As a young man, Bogie originally planned on studying for a medical degree at this Connecticut college
    $600 3
Carousels & bumper cars are waiting for you at the Casablanca amusement park named for this famous sailor
    $600 28
New owner Stu Sternberg vowed to change this MLB nickname by '07; no word whether "Manta" is in the running
    $600 18
Anxiety over business or domestic affairs may cause predormital this; enjoy the 4 A.M. movie
    $600 13
The 3 members of pop music's Bee Gees
    $600 7
Adjective for land left unseeded after plowing to let it return to its natural fertility
    $600 23
In the Navy during this war, Bogie got a severe facial injury while escorting a prisoner
    $800 6
One of Casablanca's main streets bears the name of the fifth king to share his name with this religious figure
    $800 27
David Beckham played for this posh British football club that features a little red devil on its logo
    $800 19
Michael Stipe knows this type of sleep occurs about every 90 minutes & lasts from 5 to 30 minutes
    $800 14
The 3 B's of classical music
    $800 9
2-word term for "jumping the gun" in a track & field race
    $800 24
In 1947 Bogie joined other actors in protesting the witch hunts conducted by this committee
    $1000 8
To help ships access the once-difficult ports of Casablanca, the El Hank, one of these, was built in 1905
    $1000 26
A Wake Forest win in its 1923 football season led a writer to term the team this 2-word name due to "devilish" play
    DD: $1,800 20
Alpha waves occur when you're relaxed with eyes closed; beta, when alert; these waves, when in deep sleep
    $1000 15
The 3-word motto of the French Revolution
    $1000 10
This character appears in 3 different plays by Shakespeare & is referred to in a fourth
    $1000 25
Bogie's breakthrough film was this 1936 feature that shares its name with a national park

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

Chris Joan Mark
$2,000 $400 $6,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Joan Mark
$4,600 $800 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
Clause 39 in this document of 63 articles was the beginning of the principle of due process of law
    $400 21
Tony Orlando & Dawn:
"Knock __ Times"
    $400 19
The first school for these people in the U.S. was founded by Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet
    $400 12
In the 1920s Eliot got religion and converted to this church, independent since the 16th century
    $400 11
Napoleon commissioned this 164-foot Paris landmark to celebrate his military victories
    $400 1
It can mean to drain of energy or the gases that escape from an engine
    $800 3
In 976 this Venice church was badly damaged by fire; rebuilding began in 1050 & was completed around 1090
    $800 22
Bob Dylan:
"Highway __ Revisited"
    $800 20
Every trendy home should have a mozzarella slicer from this retailer founded by Chuck Williams
    $800 17
Eliot grew up in this city where his grandfather had co-founded Washington University
    $800 13
Edgar Allan Poe mentioned "shattered cornices" in his poem about this ancient Roman amphitheater
    DD: $2,500 5
Depending where you place the emphasis, this word can mean to comfort, or an instrument panel
    $1200 4
This explorer's brother Thorvald was killed while on an expedition in Vinland
    $1200 27
    $1200 18
In this cruel month in 1923, T.S. went on a hellish holiday near Chichester with his ill & unstable wife
    $1200 14
Arizona, Colorado, Utah & New Mexico intersect at this monument
    $1200 6
This 13-letter word can mean sudden haste, or the falling of rain, snow or hail
    $1600 9
By 1096 the Holy Roman Empire stretched from Italy to this peninsula that makes up most of Denmark
    $1600 25
Wilson Pickett:
"Land Of __ Dances"
    DD: $3,000 23
Practical cats know that Eliot was nicknamed after this animal because his cold manner seemed like playing dead
    $1600 15
This 13,796-foot inactive volcano, Hawaii's highest peak, is snow-covered in winter; its name means "white mountain"
    $1600 7
Hebrew for "beasts", this "B" word for something huge derives from the name of a beast in the Book of Job
    $2000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Riga, Latvia.) Founded in 1201, Riga, Latvia soon came under control of this order of knights that began in far-off Palestine
    $2000 24
Skid Row:
"__ And Life"
    $2000 26
In 1892, in exile in the U.S., he founded Patria, the journal of the Cuban Revolutionary Party
    $2000 28
Before he turned 23, Eliot created this poetic figure who asks, "Do I dare disturb the universe?"
    $2000 16
The official residence for the V.P. of the U.S. is on the grounds of the USNO, the United States Naval this
    $2000 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shoes a horse.) A blacksmith who shoes horses is referred to by this name from the Latin for "iron"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Joan Mark
$5,100 $3,200 $12,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

To date, he's the only person to be elected governor of 2 different states

Final scores:

Chris Joan Mark
$100 $2 $12,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $12,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Joan Mark
$10,600 $5,000 $12,800
16 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $28,400

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