Show #3974 - Thursday, December 6, 2001

Kathy Cassity game 4.


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Mittie Boyer, a business analyst from New Orleans, Louisiana

Brian Scheetz, a mortgage banker from Arlington, Virginia

Kathy Cassity, a closed captioner from Honolulu, Hawaii (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Continent where you'd find the teal Amazonetta brasiliensis
    $200 1
A doctor should check your BP, this vital sign
    $200 19
In 1964 he won the first of his 3 world heavyweight boxing titles, defeating Sonny Liston by a TKO
    $200 12
Camilla Parker Bowles was born Camilla Shand on July 17, 1947 in this world capital
    $200 11
The official rules say that nothing happens on this space in Monopoly -- it is merely a resting place
    $200 6
This nursery rhyme guy knew how to party; he called for his pipe, his bowl & 3 fiddlers for some tunes
    $400 27
Its Latin name indicates that Egretta alba is this color
    $400 2
A complaint of S.O.B. means shortness of this
    $400 22
Known for poking fun at his eating habits in TV commercials, he regained his heavyweight crown at age 45 in 1994
    $400 17
In an irony to end all ironies, Prince Charles proposed to this woman in 1981 on the grounds of Camilla's estate
    $400 13
A news database search got 609 hits over 2 years with the words "hurricane" & this type of camp that provides utilities
    $400 7
After catching his wife with the mailman, this TV title man bought the Stuckey Bowl bowling alley; wouldn't you?
    $600 28
Apteryx australis, it's actually confined to New Zealand
    $600 3
If you have a GSW, you have this type of wound (& get to a hospital, quick!)
    $600 23
Between 1937 & 1942, he successfully defended his heavyweight title 21 times
    $600 18
What Prince Charles is to Camilla's first-born son, or the title of a 1969 novel about Don Corleone
    $600 14
She's the civil rights pioneer seen here
    $600 8
This columnist who wrote "If Life is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits?" died in 1996
    DD: $800 29
Merops apiaster is an "eater" of these insects
    $800 4
It's the C in a C-section
    $800 24
This former heavyweight champ failed to regain his title against Gene Tunney in 1927's "Battle of the Long Count"
    $800 20
At Prince Charles' 50th birthday party, he & Camilla danced (perhaps prophetically?) to this "regal" 1977 hit by ABBA
    $800 15
Also known as shaking palsy, it was first described in 1817
    $800 9
"The Grapes of Wrath" showed the plight of Oklahoma migrants from this 1930s Midwest region
    $1000 5
AMA can mean "against" this
    $1000 25
Ingemar Johansson won the heavyweight title from him in 1959, but lost 2 rematches
    $1000 21
Camilla's great-grandmother, Alice Keppel, was a mistress of this early 20th century king, seen here
    $1000 16
This "moony" name of several amusement areas began when the founder of one named it after his sister
    $1000 10
"The Golden Bowl" was the last novel by this "Daisy Miller" author

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Kathy Brian Mittie
$4,200 $2,200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Brian Mittie
$4,400 $2,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
In his war address to Congress, President Wilson said, "The world must be made safe for" this
    $400 1
He went from waterboy to football star in 1998's "The Waterboy"
    $400 3
Tea party adjective
    $400 15
This actor's film credits include "The Hustler", "Dr. Strangelove" & "Patton"
    $400 17
The Turkish capital city known as this was once known as Angora
    $400 22
Don't & can't are these; time how long between them to know whether you're in labor
    $800 6
In the 2nd Battle of Ypres, the Germans used chlorine gas; at the 3rd Battle, they introduced this gas
    $800 4
(Sofia of the Clue Crew is in New York.) The Plaza Hotel was featured in this 1959 Hitchcock movie that starred Cary Grant & Eva Marie Saint
    $800 11
Crimes "in the Rue Morgue"
    $800 26
He's the only man to have served as U.S. president & U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $800 18
Now the largest city in Sicily, this metropolis was founded in the 8th C. B.C. by the Phoenicians
    DD: $1,000 23
From the Latin nominare, "to name", it's an inaccurate designation
    $1200 7
In September 1916 the British rolled out this new secret weapon on the Somme front
    $1200 5
Marilyn Monroe's toe gets caught in a bathroom faucet in this 1955 classic
    $1200 12
Maugham paired it with "Sixpence"
    $1200 28
He's the former presidential candidate seen here
    $1200 19
The westernmost mainland country in Africa, its capital is Dakar
    $1200 24
The verb "to typewrite" from "typewriter" is an example of this type of "formation"
    $1600 8
During a "Welcome U.S. Soldiers" celebration in Paris July 4, 1917 Col. C.E. Stanton made this famous 4-word statement
    $1600 10
(Sofia again is in the Big Apple, this time on a subway.) In this 1990 film, Patrick Swayze jumped from subway train to subway train
    $1600 13
What the "Little Women" called their mother
    $1600 29
Yes sir, he received the 1953 Nobel Peace Prize for organizing the European recovery plan
    $1600 20
Mandalay, one of the largest cities & inland river ports of this country, lies on the Irrawaddy River
    $1600 25
A line from "Citizen Kane" might be an RKO-ism; this similar-sounding term refers to an outdated word
    DD: $2,800 9
WWI's first declaration of war was July 28, 1914 when Austria-Hungary declared war on this country
    $2000 16
Elmer Bernstein did the classic music for this movie in which Steve McQueen flees Nazis on a motorcycle
    $2000 14
Lady Chatterley's lover
    $2000 21
It's the country where you'll find the cities of Granma, Cienfuegos & Camaguey
    $2000 27
On the same page as "epitaph" in the dictionary, it can be a characterizing word or an abusive one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Brian Mittie
$15,600 $11,600 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Engineers Jerry Yang & David Filo chose this name for their company in 1994; it's what each considered himself

Final scores:

Kathy Brian Mittie
$23,200 $22,600 $3,700
4-day champion: $59,200 2nd place: Trip to Madrid, Spain 3rd place: Trip to Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kathy Brian Mittie
$15,600 $11,600 $3,400
23 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2001-09-05
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