Show #5069 - Thursday, September 28, 2006


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Suzette Mariotti, a milliner from Royal Oak, Michigan

Ray Sun, a college student from Lebanon, New Hampshire

Eric Barela, an educational researcher from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $68,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the character speaking.)
    $200 6
On Sept. 13-14, 1814, a British bombardment failed to capture this fort; "our flag was still there"
    $200 21
"One of these days... one of these days... POW!!! Right in your kisser"
    $200 16
Nixon White House official Harry Robbins
    $200 1
The Random House Dictionary theorizes this other word for a jackass may be a corruption of the name "Duncan"
    $200 26
"All Hail To" this state (no beans about it)
    $200 11
This camel-like cud chewer hisses & spits when it's angry
    $400 7
In this last major battle of the war, the British suffered about 2,000 casualties, including General Edward Pakenham
    $400 22
"...we didn't have no tails & we didn't come from monkeys, you atheistic pinko meathead"
    $400 17
5 & dimer Frank Winfield
    $400 2
The jackass, possibly the Somali variety, was domesticated on this continent about 6,000 years ago
    $400 27
Bet you a buckeye knows that his state song is "Beautiful" this
    $400 12
The Davy Crockett craze of the 1950s made these pioneer toy building sets wildly popular
    $600 8
In asking for a declaration of war, this president charged that Britain had stirred up Indian warfare in the Northwest
    $600 23
"I transported the whole kit & kaboodle into their engine room where they'll be no tribble at all"
    $600 18
Eccentric punctuator & typographer Edward Estlin
    $600 3
When a jackass & a mare mate, the hybrid offspring is one of these
    $600 28
In 2000 it got a new state song: "These Green Mountains"
    $600 13
This tiny country doesn't manage its own postal & telephone services; it lets Switzerland do it
    $800 9
In August 1812 the U.S. lost Fort Dearborn, where, oddly, this city now stands
    $800 24
"It's a... fact that cows were domesticated in Mesopotamia & were also used in China as guard animals"
    $800 19
American artist & illustrator Newell Convers
    $800 4
Apollo made these parts of Midas resemble those of a jackass after Midas picked Pan in a "Greek Idol" music contest
    DD: $4,000 29
The title of this state song is simply the name of the state with an exclamation point after it
    $800 14
This 5-letter adjective can mean "full of healthy vigor" or just plain "lecherous"
    $1000 10
The War Hawks included John C. Calhoun & this "Great Compromiser" who was Speaker of the House
    $1000 25
"The sea was angry that day, my friends... like an old man trying to return soup at a deli"
    $1000 20
American author Edgar Laurence
    $1000 5
Jack or jackass refers to a male ass; this refers to a female
    $1000 30
"Here We Have" this Northwest state (we know, we've seen its ID)
    $1000 15
The emperor Nero believed this big onion relative would improve his singing voice

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

Eric Ray Suzette
$1,600 $6,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Ray Suzette
$2,400 $11,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew hangs out on a street in Prage, Czech Republic.) Legend says the upper part of Prague's Old-New Synagogue holds the remains of this clay giant created to protect the Jews
    $400 19
"The Perfect Nanny" was a track on this soundtrack album that toppled "Beatles '65" from the No. 1 spot
    $400 3
Beaumarchais paired a clever servant with an amorous master in "Le barbier de Seville" & "Le mariage de" him
    $400 1
A cashew shack
    $400 25
This prophet was thrown into a den of lions by Darius
    $400 11
When these 2 countries were reunited, the ostmark was eliminated
    $800 17
Prague is in this region whose name comes from the Boii, a tribe that once populated the area
    $800 20
This 1976 Eagles album was the first to feature the "new kid in town", Joe Walsh, who replaced Bernie Leadon
    $800 6
In the final act it's the final act of the heroine of Racine's tragic masterpiece "Phedre"
    $800 2
A prized French cheese that you got without paying for it
    DD: $6,000 26
The Hadith is a collection of the words & deeds of this prophet
    $800 12
Before the euro, the money seen here was the currency of this country
    DD: $4,000 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew steps out of a housefront in Prage, Czech Republic to point out the address.) This novelist lived within the castle at number 22 Golden Lane a few years before he wrote his novel "The Castle"
    $1200 21
Bela Fleck & this group's 2000 CD "Outbound" featured guest stars Shawn Colvin & Yes' Jon Anderson
    $1200 7
This progressive "Theatre", unlike the "Cirque", began in 1964 with a production of "Les petits bourgeois"
    $1200 4
A long, tiresome speech delivered by a frothy pie topping
    $1200 27
The last book of the New Testament is a collection of prophetic visions by this man
    $1200 13
When shopping in Cairo, it's important to know that 100 piastres make up this unit of Egyptian currency
    $1600 23
This river that runs through Prague was immortalized in a work by composer Bedrich Smetana
    $1600 22
In 1995 Alanis Morissette became one of the youngest to win a Grammy when this was named album of the year
    $1600 8
A wise fool is at the center of this man's 1668 play "George Dandin"
    $1600 5
A chocolate substitute shaped like an Egyptian beetle
    $1600 28
This visionary Lebanese-American poet penned "The Garden of the Prophet"
    $1600 14
It's the unit of currency of the bill seen here
    $2000 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew leans out of a famous portal.) 2 men were tossed out this window in the incident called the Defenestration of Prague, leading to this numerical war
    $2000 30
"All Jacked Up" was the follow-up to "Here for the Party", the debut album by this "Redneck Woman" of country
    $2000 9
This satirical novelist got serious with "Zaire", a 1732 tragedy about a Christian raised by Turks
    $2000 10
A lower-fat Frankfurter
    $2000 29
To his fellow slaves, this 19th century insurrectionist was known as "The Prophet"
    $2000 15
Like its much larger neighbor Saudi Arabia, Qatar uses the currency called this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Ray Suzette
$14,400 $19,800 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Historians refer to "the long 19th century", the 125-year span between these 2 events

Final scores:

Eric Ray Suzette
$9,201 $28,801 $100
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Ray Suzette
$11,600 $11,400 $4,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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Game tape date: 2006-08-08
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