Show #5100 - Friday, November 10, 2006

2006 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.
From Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Law & Order's signature "doink doink" sound used as "end-of-round" signal to end the Jeopardy! Round.


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Christopher Meloni, an Emmy-nominated actor from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Kathryn Erbe, an actress from Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Sam Waterston, an actor from Law & Order

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This lady richly deserves her pedestal; the first ticker-tape parade was held for her 1886 dedication
    $200 1
Will you still need me when I'm this Roman numeral?
    $200 23
"Shout! The Mod Musical" takes us through this decade with songs like "Downtown" & "Goldfinger"
    $200 2
During WWI, this president's wife used sheep to trim the White House lawn
    $200 5
This current SUV line began in 1935 as an 8-passenger, all-steel wagon built on a Chevy truck chassis
    $400 16
The Tam-o'-shanter & the Glengarry are popular men's hats from this U.K. country
    $400 12
2 NYC ticker-tape parades didn't gain the Shah popularity in this country where he was deposed in 1979
    $400 3
Mentioned at Gettysburg:
    DD: $1,000 24
(Before the clue is given, Toni Award-nominated actress Carolee Carmello from the Broadway play Mamma Mia! helps with the clue.)

"Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh /
You can dance /
You can jive /
Having the time of your life /
Ooh-ooh-ooh, see that girl /
Watch that scene /
Dig in the dancing queen /

"Dancing Queen" is one of many hit songs in "Mamma Mia!" that were originally made famous by this Swedish group
    $400 4
Karl Dahlman built a rotary-blade one of these machines that ran like a hovercraft, on a cushion of air
    $400 9
This former SUV model from Honda sounds like something you need when you travel abroad
    $600 17
The name of this high-crowned, very wide-brimmed men's hat from Mexico comes from the Spanish word for "shade"
    $600 13
In 1927 he returned to a hero's welcome less than a month after leaving Long Island for Paris
    $600 20
A positively revolutionary year:
    $600 6
Also known as finger grass, a creeping weed of the genus Digitaria is better known by this "grouchy" name
    $600 10
Subaru has a 7-passenger SUV named for this Manhattan neighborhood that's home to a film festival
    $800 18
18th century frontiersman Daniel Boone is often depicted wearing one of these hats made from an animal
    $800 14
In 1951 it was the turn of David Ben-Gurion, the first prime minister of this country
    $800 21
TV secret agent Maxwell Smart's beautiful agent wife:
    $800 7
Keeping your lawn healthy might require adding a fertilizer that includes this chemical element, symbol N
    $1000 19
In the movies, this great fictional British detective often wore a hat called a deerstalker
    $1000 15
Unemployment started with a bang when this 5-star general got a parade after being fired by Truman in 1951
    $1000 22
Religious TV club:
    $1000 8
Unlike a perennial, which will bloom year after year, this type of plant goes through its life cycle in one year

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Sam Kathryn Christopher
$0 $2,400 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Kathryn Christopher
$3,600 $2,400 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's food from delicatessens.)
    $400 20
In the early 1900s, William Bragg used this type of ray to try to photograph the structure of molecules
    $400 6
Kramer, on this show:
"I'm taping Canadian Parliament, you know, on C-SPAN"
    $400 1
Brands of this condiment include Colman's, Gulden's & Plochman's
    $400 8
"Team of Rivals" by Doris Kearns Goodwin is about Lincoln's bringing political foes into this advisory body
    $400 14
When the Mad Hatter says, "No room!", you retort, "There's plenty of room!" as you're playing this title girl
    $800 21
An electron type of this optical scientific instrument is used to magnify molecules for study
    $800 7
Megan Mullally, as Karen on this show:
"You say potato, I say vodka"
    $800 2
A Reuben sandwich is usually served with this fermented cabbage dish
    $800 9
This controversial bestseller by Dan Brown begins with a murder in the Louvre
    $800 16
Try to look mysterious when you say, "I never drink... wine"--you're playing this spooky guy
    $1200 18
Gregor Mendel famously found a mathematical basis for inheritance by studying this legume, without the princess
    $1200 3
David Hyde Pierce, on this NBC sitcom: "Her lips were saying 'No' but her eyes were saying 'Read my lips'"
    $1200 11
"Jewish Penicillin"
    $1200 10
In the 1980s he was quite at home on the bestseller list with books like "Misery", "Cujo" & "Christine"
    $1200 17
You're playing this saint, so you say, "I hear voices telling me what to do"
    DD: $3,600 19
Chromosomes carry these basic units of heredity, not discovered by Levi Strauss
    $1600 4
"Women--can't live with 'em ...pass the beer nuts", said Norm on this show
    $1600 12
It sounds like a "Taxi" character, but it's really a potato pancake
    $1600 15
She wasn't portrayed as the dearest of moms in the 1978 memoir "Mommie Dearest"
    $2000 5
An address label error led to a character on this show receiving a TV guide as "Ms. Chanandler Bong"
    $2000 13
If you're having gravlax, the last 3 letters should tell you that you're eating this 6-letter fish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Kathryn Christopher
$8,000 $6,000 $18,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Robert Armin played the role of the fool in "As You Like It", in "Twelfth Night" & in this tragedy 1st published in 1608

Final scores:

Sam Kathryn Christopher
$12,000 $4,000 $16,400
2nd place: $25,000 to Refugees International & Oceana 3rd place: $25,000 to JusticeWorks Community & Planned Parenthood Federation of America Winner: $50,000 to the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Program & the Montefiore Advocacy Center

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sam Kathryn Christopher
$8,000 $6,000 $15,800
13 R,
2 W
8 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,800

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Game tape date: 2006-10-05
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