Show #5116 - Monday, December 4, 2006


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Bob Hutton, a grad student originally from Glade Spring, Virginia

Sue Bryant, a stay-at-home mom from Ellicott City, Maryland

Sean Dillon, a college instructor from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to tell us what condition each character was--was in at the end of the movie.)
    $200 3
The only Presbyterian state church is the church of this U.K. country
    $200 4
William Wallace
    $200 21
He formed United Artists with Griffith, Pickford & Fairbanks & in 1915 lost a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest
    $200 24
Queen Victoria said "No deal!" to Barnum's purchase of this elephant from the London Zoo, but the sale was made anyway
    $200 1
Olympic Boulevard may be the most appropriate route to this venue that has hosted 2 Olympics
    $200 13
"Singular" name for the undersurface of a foot
    $400 5
The first baptisms in this island country were on Cebu, by priests accompanying Magellan
    $400 9
Victor Laszlo
    $400 22
He played himself in 1942's "Pride of the Yankees" & also in "Over the Fence", "Perfect Control" & "Slide, Babe, Slide"
    $400 25
The month of June is named for the Roman Goddess Juno, the wife of this other god
    $400 2
The Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport opened in this decade
    $400 14
A tennis player who steps on the baseline while serving is guilty of this
    $600 6
You'll find the Catholic Diocese of Rimouski in this quite Catholic eastern Canadian province
    $600 10
"The Empire Strikes Back":
Han Solo
    $600 23
I love the French name of this lingerie line being produced by actress Jaime Pressly
    $600 26
Humorous hybrid of roadside America seen here
    $600 16
This valley "city" gets it name from the type of facility once used by Mack Sennett & still used by CBS
    $600 15
We can't stress enough that a "spondee" is a poetic foot of this many syllables
    $800 7
Some conservative churches of this U.S. faith have affiliated themselves with Anglican churches in Africa
    $800 11
"The Matrix Reloaded":
    $800 29
In 1778 he wrote, "Sense of pain is the first symptom of recovery in profound stupefactions"
    DD: $500 27
The original pirates of the Caribbean, possibly including Henry Morgan, seized this island around 1655
    $800 17
This building is named for a place you can buy rubber bands and file folders
    $800 19
Dominique-Jean Larrey was the first to describe this skin condition common to the feet of WWI soldiers
    $1000 8
The spiritual leader of Orthodox Christianity is Bartholomew, archbishop of this city that had a name change
    $1000 12
"American Beauty":
Lester Burnham
    $1000 30
In 2004 this company unleashed its legal aces on 17-year-old Mike Rowe in a phonetic dispute over a domain name
    $1000 28
Spanish term for a group of military officers ruling a country after seizing power
    $1000 18
Jim Morrison, Errol Flynn & Frances McDormand have all partied in this canyon--Frances, in the movie
    $1000 20
Caused by a virus identified around 1897, this viral disease with a hy-
phenated name is almost exclusive to cows & sheep

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

Sean Sue Bob
-$600 $400 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Sue Bob
$3,900 $1,600 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
These objects, aka minor planets, range in size from about 20 feet in diameter to around 485 miles in diameter
    $400 17
The career of this 1930s Norwegian figure skater was damaged by a photo of her shaking hands with Adolf Hitler
    $400 12
The book "Besieged" is subtitled "...From Jericho to" this city besieged by the Serbs in the 1990s
    $400 7
This Pasadena school, often called Caltech, operates several observatories, including Palomar near San Diego
    $400 1
This "Redux"
    $400 22
(Kelly of the Clue Crew stands next to a monitor with letters on it.) The Armenian alphabet is based on the Greek alphabet, & za, the Armenian sixth letter, is the equivalent of this sixth letter of the Greek alphabet
    $800 19
These 2 elements make up over 98% of the sun's chemical composition
    $800 18
The name of this football Bronko who played pro as a Bear is on the college Defensive Player of the Year trophy
    $800 13
In 1571, 70,000 Turks overcame 5,000 defenders of Famagusta, giving the Turks control of this island in the Mediterranean
    $800 8
In 1958 Vermont's Burlington Business College was renamed for this large nearby lake
    $800 3
A classic by Jean M. Auel:
"The Clan of the Cave" this
    $800 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Prague, Czech Republic's Jewish Town Hall.) Prague's Jewish Town Hall clock goes counterclockwise; 1:00 & 2:00 are represented by these first two Hebrew letters
    $1200 20
Seen mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, Crux, the smallest constellation, is also known by this name
    $1200 25
This longtime Chicago Cubs announcer talked his way onto ESPN's 25 Most Outrageous Sports Characters
    $1200 14
In 1683 Jan Sobieski, king of this country, saved Vienna by routing the besieging Turks
    $1200 9
Nepal's first university, Tribhuvan University, has its main campus near this capital city
    $1200 4
Willie Morris' touching memoir:
"My" this "Skip"
    $1200 24
The combination of consonants and vowels make syllabic letters as in "ka, kya" and "kyo" in Hangul, the writing of this peninsular language
    $1600 21
Named for an astronomer, this dark "division" that separates Saturn's A & B rings is 2,920 miles wide
    $1600 27
Sachin Tendulkar of India is a leading bowler in this sport
    $1600 15
Russia's hopes in this war ended when Sevastopol surrendered in 1855 after an 11-month siege
    $1600 10
Its St. Hilda's College is women's only; all others, including All Souls & Magdalen, are coeducational
    $1600 5
A mystery by Donna Andrews:
"We'll Always Have" these birds
    $1600 29
These 2 Greek letters begin the name "Christ" in Greek & are used to represent him
    $2000 26
Known for his "beads", he created the Royal Astronomical Society's Star Catalog in the 1820s
    $2000 28
In 1963 this NFL head was the first non-athlete named Sports Illustrated's "Sportsman of the Year"
    DD: $2,500 16
Legend says the survivors of the Huns' siege of Aquileia fled to the Adriatic marshes & built this city
    $2000 11
The library at this Penn. college founded by the Quakers in 1864 has a collection dedicated to the peace movement
    $2000 6
A Ken Follett thriller:
"Lie Down with" these
    DD: $3,000 30
Seen here are the first & last letters of this alphabet, created by Rama the Strong in the 13th century

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Sue Bob
$7,100 $8,000 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
On a March 9, 1954 broadcast, he famously said, "We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty"

Final scores:

Sean Sue Bob
$7,100 $1,500 $12,500
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $12,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sean Sue Bob
$7,400 $8,000 $11,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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Game tape date: 2006-10-17
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