Show #4692 - Tuesday, January 18, 2005


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Scott Johnson, a radio announcer from Lexington, Kentucky

Rosann O'Reilly, an elementary school teacher from the Bronx, New York

Bud Humphrey, an editor from Park Ridge, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
The stomach is found in what's called this "cavity"
    $200 11
Couples were separated & then surrounded by enticing singles on this FOX reality show
    $200 16
Eaten with the fingers, this traditional dish is made by pounding cooked taro root to a paste
    $200 6
It was ollie, ollie, oxen free for Kazakhstan from this union in 1991
    $200 1
This hit's third verse begins "Well, the bellhop's tears keep flowin and the desk clerk's dressed in black"
    $200 21
It can be an experienced soldier or a doctor for your pet
    $400 27
The thyroid gland straddles this tube also known as the windpipe
    $400 12
Richard Mulligan had to deal with his 2 grown daughters moving back home on this sitcom
    $400 17
Lomi lomi salmon is diced, salted salmon, tomatoes & this, both green & the Maui kind
    $400 7
As East Timor, the eastern half of the island of Timor broke from this island nation in 2002
    $400 2
In 1924, he wrote "A Magician Among the Spirits", debunking mind readers & mediums
    $400 22
3-letter word often partnered with neither in a sentence
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from an old-time pharmacy.) Polio, which forced young victims to wear braces like this, was once often referred to by this two-word name
    $600 13
Roger Moore was "The Saint" while playing this character
    $600 18
Boneless chicken is popularly rolled into a crust made from these
    $600 8
This country let Brazil become independent back in 1822
    $600 3
In 1607, he sailed further north than anyone before him, reaching Spitsbergen, 700 mi. from the Pole
    $600 23
This watery term turns up in the names of 2 NFL teams
    DD: $1,000 29
These bones in the foot correspond to the carpal & metacarpal bones in the hand
    $800 14
In a TV movie, Treat Williams played this Colorado boxer who knocked out more than half of this opponents
    $800 19
Today's special is this Hawaiian yellowfin tuna, seared & served over mango chutney
    $800 9
The Central African Republic got free from this country in 1960, but kept its language as official
    $800 4
In 1989, she recreated her stage role as Carnell Scott in the film "Miss Firecracker"
    $800 24
A wildebeest is also known by this 3-letter name
    $1000 30
The spinal cord passes through a large opening in this bone at the back of the skull
    $1000 15
Alan Ball wrote the "Grace Under Fire" episode where they got "all shook up" in this Southern city
    $1000 20
A fresh fruit platter might include pineapple, papaya, berries & this tropical fruit seen here
    $1000 10
In 1811, this country said "You go Paraguay and we'll go ours"
    $1000 5
At the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars, this fictional character takes command of the Hotspur
    $1000 25
It's the three letter term for the device that shoots out the electrons in a TV picture tube

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

Bud Rosann Scott
$2,000 $2,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bud Rosann Scott
$6,200 $3,600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
In his 1845 work "Dramatic Romances", Robert Browning introduces us to this musical rat remover
    $400 16
Des Moines River
    $400 10
A famous trio was made up of Eugene Istomin on piano, Leonard Rose on cello & Isaac Stern on this
    $400 5
..."to pull", on the farm it comes in wheel & crawler types
    $400 14
This designer born in 1848 took discarded bits from his stained-glass windows & made lamps with them
    $400 1
Hard partying, a boa constrictor, & Tom Green take this college comedy down the low road
    $800 25
Of a future land, a patent medicine, or an alien visitor, what H.G. Wells' "Tono-Bungay" is
    $800 17
Wabash River
    $800 11
In March of 2004 this renowned tenor made his farewell Metropolitan Opera appearance, in "Tosca"
    $800 6
..."substitute", the type of motherhood in the court case "In the Matter of Baby M"
    $800 15
The multi-block floral applique as well as the album type of this folk art item were popular in the 19th century
    $800 2
Meat Loaf strives to work on the Alice Cooper tour in this film
    $1200 26
An early version of this D.H. Lawrence novel was published in 1972 as "John Thomas and Lady Jane"
    $1200 18
Susquehanna River
    $1200 12
In his early teens, around 1890, he studied cello in Barcelona with Jose Garcia
    $1200 7
..."native country", it's returning a refugee or P.O.W. to his homeland
    $1200 21
As seen here, this American religious group's furniture reflected the belief that form follows function
    $1200 3
Patrick Swayze plays a bouncer out to tame a tough bar in this late '80s bone-breaker
    $1600 27
He did his freelance writing as Michael Angelo Titmarsh to keep his vanity fair
    $1600 19
Chattahoochee River
    $1600 22
30 years older, this composer was a pal of Vladimir Horowitz, who could really bang out his 3rd Piano Concerto
    DD: $2,000 8
..."around", in recording it's the natural acoustics of the room
    $1600 29
Named for the areas where they were developed, serabands, saruks & ferahans are types of this product
    $1600 4
An Asian city was the destination for this first film in the Bob Hope & Bing Crosby "Road" series
    DD: $3,000 28
His spy novels sure are manly: "The Third Man", "Our Man in Havana" & "The Human Factor"
    $2000 20
James River
    $2000 23
La Diva Renee is a dessert named for this popular soprano
    $2000 9
..."pour" or "melt", it's an establishment where metal is cast in molds
    $2000 13
The Depression for hitmen Tom Hanks & Jude Law ends in the title town of this film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bud Rosann Scott
$9,400 $12,400 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This brand's airtight seal, introduced in 1946, was patterned after the inverted rim of a paint can

Final scores:

Bud Rosann Scott
$18,799 $14,400 $14,400
3-day champion: $56,599 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bud Rosann Scott
$9,400 $11,800 $8,400
20 R,
4 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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Game tape date: 2004-11-09
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