Show #4690 - Friday, January 14, 2005


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Suzanne Reeve, a graduate student and research assistant from Redmond, Washington

Bud Humphrey, an editor from Park Ridge, Illinois

Tim Russell, a teacher from Lancaster, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $46,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
In May 1994 the Security Council ended the arms embargo against this country due to the end of apartheid
    $200 21
Hey old chum, Val Kilmer played this man, but to me, no one could ever replace Mr. Adam West
    $200 1
"Becky in a Dilemma" & "Lost in the Cave" are found in "The Adventures of" him
    $200 26
In 2004 Coca-Cola introduced this version of Coke with half the sugar, carbs & calories
    $200 16
In the 1920s you needed a password to get into Frankie & Johnnie's in NYC because it was one of these
    $200 6, the color of the "main", meaning this in "Rule, Brittania"
    $400 12
In 1971 the General Assembly voted to oust this nation; the Beijing government replaced it
    $400 22
Gary Cole eased into Robert Reed's polyester wardrobe taking over this role
    $400 2
"The Pequod meets the Virgin" is chapter 81 of this novel
    $400 27
In 2004 Pepsi introduced this version of Pepsi with half the sugar, carbs & calories
    $400 17
A swindler who duped swimmer Spitz out of his money would refer to him as this
    $400 7
...ace, another term for this golf feat
    $600 13
Originally, this agency was formed to provide food, clothing & medical supplies for child victims in World War II
    $600 23
This character ran from David Janssen to Harrison Ford
    $600 3
"I Am Born",
"I Observe" &
"I Have a Change"
are the first 3 chapters of this Dickens classic
    $600 28
Kiki, Sophia, Lola & Capri are the gals who ask, "Don't you wanta" this fruit soft drink
    $600 18
It's another popular nickname for that rollicking place known as "the crescent city"
    $600 8
...Aesop, who gave us the moral "the gods help them that" do this
    DD: $1,000 14
To date he's the only Asian to have served as Secretary-General of the United Nations
    $800 24
Raul Julia matched John Astin creepy for kooky as this character
    $800 4
You'll find "What Happened at Portsmouth on 25 August 1628" & "Porthos' Mistress" in this 1844 novel
    $800 29 notes that the original & ruby red versions of this soda are kosher
    $800 19
Before he was TV's Grizzly Adams, Dan Haggerty helped build some of the custom motorcycles for this 1969 film
    $800 9
...Arlington National Cemetery, which is home to the mast of this ship that blew up in 1898
    $1000 15
After losing 2 presidential races in the 1950s, he was appointed U.N. Ambassador by JFK in 1960
    $1000 25
Word on the steet is Snoop Dogg stepped in for Antonio Fargas as this guy
    $1000 5
Chapters 1-4 of this classic start with "Jonathan Harker's Journal"; later we also get a peek at "Dr. Seward's Diary"
    $1000 20
The musical "Annie" features a song about this proverbial place, home to folks like Daddy Warbucks
    $1000 10
...Aberystwyth, the town that's home to the National Library of this country

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

Tim Bud Suzanne
$5,000 $1,600 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Bud Suzanne
$7,000 $4,600 -$1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 4
Leon Wagener's biography of him is entitled "One Giant Leap"
    $400 1
Of 1/2, 1/3, or 1/5, the amount by volume of oxygen in the air
    $400 5
This first No. 1 by the band involved a desire to grasp the prehensile, terminal part of the upper limb on a human
    $400 16
The Teamsters Union is formally called an "International" one of these
    $400 24
Venezuela & Haiti
    $400 18
Check out all the jazz going on in Orem, Ogden & Ophir in this state
    $800 11
He was the first African-American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $800 2
The moon has an albedo of 0.07, meaning it only does this with 7% of the sun's light falling on it
    $800 6
No. 2 in the Fabs' No. 1 hit parade, it re-charted again in '64 with the German title "Sie liebt dich"
    $800 17
Woodrow Wilson lived to see this organization grow out of the last of his 14 points
    $800 25
Turkey & Ukraine
    $800 22
At a height of 6,214 feet, Mount Narodnaya is the tallest peak in this range
    $1200 13
Before a famous 1973 tennis match between these 2 people, they exchanged a 6-foot lollipop & a live pig
    $1200 3
This adjective describes organisms purposely grown in a petri dish, whether they like opera or not
    $1200 7
"I'll buy you a diamond ring, my friend" if you know this became the Lads' third No. 1 in a row in April that year
    DD: $2,000 19
A mountain pass is home to the "Christ of the Andes" statue symbolizing peace between these 2 countries
    $1200 29
Sweden & Finland
    $1200 23
He hit a home run organizing the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles
    $1600 14
A famous line in one of his plays is "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers"
    DD: $500 9
The ratio of the speed of galaxies to their distance from Earth is the "constant" named for this astronomer
    $1600 8
This hit was also the title of the band's first film, which one critic called "the Citizen Kane of jukebox musicals"
    $1600 20
The E that's "packaged" in this organization's acronym used to stand for Europe; now it stands for everywhere
    $1600 26
To lumbermen it's the notch that decides which way a tree falls; as a verb it's to hamper someone's efforts
    $2000 15
After helping Jefferson Davis make bail in 1867, this New Hork Tribune publisher lost about half his readers
    $2000 10
Jons Berzelius gave this name meaning "salt formers" to the elements iodine, bromine & chlorine
    $2000 12
Ringo drummed on the first British release of this harmonica-driven hit but not on the American one
    $2000 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew, wearing a tool belt, stands in front of a frame house under coustruction.) Habitat for Humanity's program of short international trips is called "Global" this
    $2000 28
Sudan & Saudi Arabia
    $2000 27
The manatee & elephant are sometimes classified as "sub"-this group of mammals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Bud Suzanne
$11,800 $20,200 $1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

They're the 2 men who served the U.S. as President representing the Union Party

Final scores:

Tim Bud Suzanne
$0 $23,700 $1,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,700 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Bud Suzanne
$11,800 $19,400 $3,400
17 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
6 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2004-11-08
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