Show #5034 - Thursday, June 29, 2006


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Jennifer Casey, a high school drama teacher originally from Sonoma, California

John Hooper, an archaeologist from Tempe, Arizona

Sidney Tison, a veterinarian from Suwanee, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with the word "giver".)
    $200 21
June 11, 2004:
His funeral is held at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
    $200 7
Sylvester Stallone played this troubled ex-commando loner in 3 hit films
    $200 6
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew speaks on a living room stage setting.) By speaking to farther & farther points, I learn to do this with my voice, also something done at the back of a movie theater
    $200 16
So natural... so real... this salty, watery fluid secreted by sweat glands is finally here
    $200 1
To make a speech or to give birth
    $200 30
Jesus' last quoted words, known as the "Great Commission", are in the book called these "of the Apostles"
    DD: $1,000 22
June 5, 1851:
Later a novel, this serial begins a 10-month run in the National Era, an abolitionist newspaper
    $400 12
In this epic Russell Crowe played the victorious Roman general Maximum Decimus Meridius
    $400 8
(Cheryl walks around the living room set.) Actors need to remember more than just lines; also this, their assigned movement around the stage
    $400 17
A hit in Amsterdam, it's the tribute perfume to Union general Joseph, English clergyman Richard & TV's T.J.
    $400 2
To shake from cold, or to shatter something, like "me timbers"
    $400 29
This 120-year-old man reported, "The Lord hath said unto me, thou shalt not go over" the Jordan
    $600 23
June 1, 1533:
This woman, Henry VIII's new wife, is crowned queen
    $600 13
In 1942 George Baker created this "morose" comic-strip soldier for Yank magazine
    $600 9
"Directional" term for pages from a script, given to auditioning actors
    $600 18
4 Horsemen Ltd. gave you War, Famine & Death... now, complete the line with this, a deadly epidemic disease
    $600 3
Body detox center
    $600 28
Back in the Old Testament, Isaiah said, "Behold", one of these "shall conceive, and bear a son"
    $800 24
June 17, 1579:
This captain claims "Nova Albion" (possibly modern-day California) for England
    $800 14
In this epic tale of men & war, Martin Sheen played Captain Benjamin Willard, a soldier sent on a assassination
    $800 10
(Cheryl walks in front of the sofa chair on set.) Some people can't keep this straight; it's the two-word term for the direction I'm going because it's from the point of view of the actor facing the audience
    $800 19
From Latin for "seasickness", whether it's extreme disgust, or loathing, you'll always remember this as...
    $800 4
China's Hongshui or India's Tapi
    $800 27
Several proverbs mock the slothful man who won't leave his house for fear of being eaten by this animal
    $1000 25
June 28, 1969:
Riots at this Greenwich Village bar mark the beginning of the gay rights movement
    $1000 15
On "M*A*S*H" this fictional military doctor's nickname was "Ferret Face"
    $1000 11
(Cheryl sits in the sofa chair on set.) To express grief in this scene, I'm going to remember when my favorite dog died; that's the emotion memory in this Russian teacher's method
    $1000 20
A ratio for success--the geek get chic with "Pi", taken to 4 decimal places; it's Chanel number...
    $1000 5
The goddess Diana is often depicted holding this container
    $1000 26
This king's kids had sibling issues--Amnon attacked sister Tamar & was ordered killed by brother Absalom

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

Sidney John Jennifer
$2,400 $600 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sidney John Jennifer
$2,000 $1,800 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
The name of this creepy style of novel originally referred to the books' Medieval settings
    $400 16
"The One with the Fake Monica"
    $400 11
Tritanopia is the medical term for this when it affects the ability to discern blue
    $400 26
Terpsichore, the muse of dance, is usually depicted holding this stringed instrument
    $400 6
This nation has the longest coastline on the Adriatic Sea
    $400 1
These objects that fall from the heavens to smite the Earth are often fragments of asteroids
    $800 22
You can't have Sturm without this in an 18th c. German style celebrating individual feeling
    $800 17
"The Last Time I Saw Maris"
    $800 12
"Fundamental" 4-letter term for a substance that reacts with acids to form salts & can turn litmus paper blue
    DD: $600 27
The bellows of this instrument, as a substitute for lung power, was developed in 17th century France & Ireland
    $800 7
Known as "The Bride of the Sea", this city's canals are fed by the waters of the Adriatic
    $800 2
A 1980s law sayeth, verily, wines containing these shall be so labeled
    $1200 23
The Parnassians of 19th c. France used strict technique & advocated this, later used as a motto by MGM
    $1200 18
"Barbarino in Love"
    $1200 13
See a lot of hot young stars--not at the Oscars but in the blue type of one of these, seen by the Hubble telescope
    $1200 28
Perfected by Johann Denner, this woodwind now comes in many pitches, including the B-flat soprano
    $1200 8
Varieties of this popular Mediterranean fruit include the Smyrna & the Adriatic
    $1200 3
Not by miracles doth an eraser work, but by friction that removes this from paper
    $1600 24
Russians like Andrey Bely advanced this -ism whose name suggests the use of objects to convey meanings
    $1600 19
"Sexual Perversity in Cleveland"
    $1600 14
The blue stain on the streptococci seen here tells you they're this-positive
    $1600 29
Often played with drums, it's held horizontally, has 6 finger holes & was developed in Switzerland
    $1600 9
Important port cities on the Adriatic in this country include Dubrovnik & Split
    DD: $1,000 4
Gnashing of teeth is more difficult when you have this, which may result from retrognathism
    $2000 25
Samuel Johnson applied this philosophical adjective to 17th c. poets who used elaborate metaphors
    $2000 20
"The Smelly Car"
    $2000 15
A mysterious material with the formula Mo5O14, made of oxygen & this metal, gives solutions a blue tint
    $2000 30
It resembles a large cornet but is actually a bugle; Chuck Mangione featured it on his 1978 hit "Feels So Good"
    $2000 10
This river flows more than 400 miles from the Alps to its delta on the Adriatic
    $2000 5
A mighty hero could lift this company's Hardside Jumbo Suiter as if it were a toy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sidney John Jennifer
$10,400 $7,000 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The main green of this university includes statues of Ira Allen, its founder, & Lafayette, who visited in 1825

Final scores:

Sidney John Jennifer
$1,000 $1 $6,600
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $6,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sidney John Jennifer
$10,400 $7,000 $14,200
15 R,
3 W
11 R,
5 W
20 R,
4 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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