Show #5087 - Tuesday, October 24, 2006


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Rachael Dietrich, a title researcher from Grand Terrace, California

Andrew Espinoza, a vice principal from Emerson, New Jersey

John Bowen, an archivist from Dearborn, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Religious police called mutawwa don't like women to wear any color but this
    $200 2
About her, Simon & Garfunkel said, "Jesus loves you more than you will know, wo, wo, wo"
    $200 17
Lenders often require hiring this person to determine whether the structure has serious flaws
    $200 22
Marie Warwick
    $200 12
A type of this was named for Johannes Kepler
    $200 7
When it comes to potatoes, crisps are chips & chips are these
    $400 27
Seen here at Ras Tanura is the world's largest of these facilities
    $400 3
It begins, "When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me speaking words of wisdom"
    $400 18
Like Lady Liberty, he holds a torch, but he uses it to melt 2 pieces of metal that fuse together
    $400 23
Jazz artist
Daniel Armstrong
    $400 13
The U.S. Navy uses the Type 18 one of these, named for its 18-times magnification
    $400 8
It's the 4-letter term Londoners use for the subway
    $600 28
In 1990, before Desert Storm, came this operation to protect Saudi Arabia from Iraqi invasion
    $600 4
In this 1957 Elvis hit, "Spider Murphy played the tenor saxophone" & "the whole rhythm section was the Purple Gang"
    $600 19
There are occupational, physical & recreational types of these treatment professionals
    $600 24
Ernst Bergman
    $600 14
Collectors prize these cylindrical toys made by the Steven Manufacturing Company
    $600 9
It's the part of an automobile called the "boot"
    $800 29
The eastern area called the Hasa borders the Persian Gulf; the Hejaz in the west is on this body of water
    $800 5
Danny and the Juniors told us, "You can rock it, you can roll it, you can stop and you can stroll it" here
    $800 20
Trained in engineering, a ship designer is often called a naval one of these
    DD: $1,500 25
Maria Aquino
    $800 15
"Caprice", with Doris Day & Richard Harris, was one of the last films shot in this process
    $800 10
Since the word means bathroom in Britain, the song "Skip To My" this takes on a whole new meaning
    $1000 30
This family's construction business boomed with contracts in Mecca; one son chose destruction instead
    $1000 6
In 1966 The Cyrkle sang, "The worst is over now, the mornin' sun is shinin' like" this
    $1000 21
I've been working on the railroad as this assistant to the conductor who signals the engineer
    $1000 26
Janet Caldwell
    $1000 16
A snooperscope lets you see in the dark; change a vowel sound to get this version of it that goes on a rifle
    $1000 11
In a department store, you wouldn't look for the elevator but for this

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

John Andrew Rachael
$3,400 $1,600 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Andrew Rachael
$8,400 $4,100 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the show for us.)
    $400 11
Franz Post, the first European to paint landscapes in the New World, did the view seen here of a mill for this crop in Brazil
    $400 1
Jock Ewing
    $400 6
A trip to AA might be in order for this gluttonous guy from the "Henry IV" plays & "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
    $400 26
"Crimea" river over our Miss July seen here--good night, nurse
    $400 21
Most tanned leather is used to make these consumer products
    $400 16
In 2006 this comic strip cat turned 28
    $800 12
In the early 1400s Robert Campin & Jan Van Eyck helped start the "Northern" one of these movements
    $800 2
Ray Barone
    $800 7
"Was there ever man a coward that hath drunk so much sack as I to-day?" is said in this island-set play (Mmm, sack!)
    $800 27
Naturally this 19th century musician featured here is our Mr. March
    $800 22
The skin of the angel species of this large carnivorous fish was used to cover the hilts of samurai swords
    $800 17
In the Oscar-winning 1932 film "Grand Hotel", she delivers her famous line "I want to be alone"
    DD: $2,000 13
Lee Krasner, whose work is seen here, married this man in 1945 & they influenced each other's art
    $1200 3
Ben Cartwright
    $1200 8
Christopher Sly is described as a "drunken man" in the induction of this play with Vincentio, Lucentio & Petruchio
    $1200 28
Talk about "Man & Superman", this super literary hunk strikes a pose here
    $1200 23
This most highly polished leather is made by applying several coats of heavy oil varnish at the end of the finishing process
    $1200 18
Adjective for a satellite meaning staying in the same position above the Earth's equator at all times
    $1600 14
One of the 2 great British landscape masters born 14 months apart in 1775 & '76
    $1600 4
Dan Conner
    $1600 9
"To my niece: I'll drink to her as long as there is a passage in my throat & drink in Illyria", says Sir Toby in this play
    $1600 29
Of course, this president posing here didn't say a word during the entire photo shoot
    $1600 24
This type of leather originally made from goatskin was named for the Spanish city where it was first made
    DD: $2,000 19
Coined in 1944 by politician Maury Maverick & derived from an animal noise, it means unintelligible nonsense
    $2000 15
Seen here is a late work by this artist who was pals with the Impressionists but didn't exhibit with them
    $2000 5
Danny Tanner
    $2000 10
What gives Cassio's imbibing away in this play? Maybe him telling Montano, "I'll knock you o'er the Mazzard"
    $2000 30
Don't let the masculine name fool you--this 19th century author shown here is all woman
    $2000 25
For important manuscripts in the Middle Ages, this type of parchment made of calfskin was often dyed purple
    $2000 20
Dubbed the "Gold Coast" by Europeans, in 1957 it became one of the first African colonies to gain independence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Andrew Rachael
$18,000 $10,500 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Introduced in a 1981 novel, this big-screen character tops the AFI's 2003 list of all-time great movie villains

Final scores:

John Andrew Rachael
$14,900 $16,500 $15,200
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,500 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Andrew Rachael
$20,000 $9,800 $7,400
25 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2006-09-12
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