Show #5180 - Friday, March 2, 2007


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Doug Tibbs, a firefighter from Columbus, Ohio

Margaret Tennison, a retired paralegal from Vienna, Virginia

Brian Morris, an account manager from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the spelling there.)
(Alex: We'll give you the actors, you name the productions in...)
    $200 26
Niels Bohr toasted the Intl. Cooperation of Scientific Advancement when he received this prize in 1922
    $200 21
A crunchy treat commonly found in a Beijing vendor's stall is this arachnid & sign of the zodiac, skewered
    $200 16
If you're the official attendant to someone in a duel or a boxing match, you're known by this ordinal term
    $200 11
On May 2, 1536, she was sent to the Tower of London on adultery charges; on May 19, head rolled
    $200 6
Col. Pickering,
Freddy Eynsford Hill,
Eliza Doolittle
    $200 1
A pellet of frozen precipitation
    $400 27
Bohr was born in Oct. 1885 in this capital, where his father was a professor of physiology
    $400 22
The feet are a prized delicacy from this bird that in China symbolizes the mythical phoenix
    $400 17
Adding to a list that includes the pyramids, Andre the Giant & King Kong have each been called this
    $400 12
It would have been ironic if the guillotine used for her Oct. 16, 1793 execution was also used to cut some cake
    $400 7
Nurse Ratched,
Randle P. McMurphy,
Dr. Spivey
    $400 2
A newspaper in this fabled Arizona city is appropriately named the Epitaph
    $600 28
Long a proponent of arms control, Bohr was awarded the first Atoms for this prize
    $600 23
Despite their name, these pungent Chinese eggs are preserved in lime, ash & salt underground for about 100 days
    $600 18
Harry Truman once "globally" broadened Eleanor Roosevelt's title by calling her this
    $600 13
If this mythster was into Dylan, she'd have sung "Everybody Must Get Stoned" (until Perseus beheaded her)
    $600 8
The Pigeon Sisters,
Felix Ungar
    $600 3
Imitation diamond fit for a certain "cowboy"
    $800 29
Bohr escaped Europe during WWII, eventually making his way to this atomic research center in New Mexico
    $800 24
After they've done their time spinning fine fiber, fry up some of these moth larvae for a Chinese midnight snack
    $800 19
After Guy Burgess & Donald McClean defected to Russia, Kim Philby was called this, after a Graham Greene title
    $800 14
On July 28, 1794 this French leader's "Reign of Terror" was cut short
    $800 9
Peron's mistress
    $800 4
This fashion fad for jeans gives them the appearance of wear
    DD: $600 30
Bohr was one of the first to see the importance of this, which gives an element's position in the periodic table
    $1000 25
If you're really hungry, stir fry some vegetables & buttered meat from this high Himalayan bovine
    $1000 20
J. Lucas-Dubreton's biography of Alexandre Dumas is titled this, like what d'Artagnan wants to be
    $1000 15
On Jan. 12, 1519 this Spanish explorer & Pacific Ocean sighter lost a few crucial lbs. in the public square of Acla
    $1000 10
Clifford Bradshaw,
The Kit Kat Girls,
Herr Schultz
    $1000 5
(Jeff Probst reports from Guatemala.) Mayan pyramids were characteristically constructed with this stone, named for the calcium oxide it produces when burned

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

Brian Margaret Doug
$2,600 $3,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Margaret Doug
$4,800 $6,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Although published as a separate volume in 1865, Whitman's "Drum-taps" was later included in this work
    $400 7
He had "true grit" as Rooster Cogburn
    $400 30
The pineal gland is a pea-sized organ located in this supervisory center of the nervous system
    $400 12
Come back here & tell us the name of this part of an L-shaped desk, perpendicular to the main part for extra surface
    $400 1
Spanish superstar surprises some; sample sculpture
    $400 20
Baseball scoreboards show runs, hits & not mistakes but these
    $800 15
About the lovely Lenore, he wrote, "Wretches! Ye loved her for her wealth and hated her for her pride"
    $800 8
It was Charlton Heston's role in "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
    $800 26
The submandibular gland is below the mandible, which is this
    $800 13
It's the mountainous name for the chairs shown here
    $800 2
Bearded British ruler reveres German genius
    $800 21
A synonym for "Stop!" that may be shouted by a sentry; it's also an old word meaning "to limp"
    $1200 18
This line follows "Poems are made by fools like me"
    $1200 9
Oh, brother! He's the actor under pressure seen here
    $1200 27
(Kelly of the Clue Crew cuts an onion.) When you cut an onion, its amino acids create an irritant to these glands
    $1200 14
A psyche was a 19th century standing one of these, mounted so that it could be tilted
    $1200 3
Georgia guy, flag-fashioning pop painter
    $1200 22
The Navy hymn asks, "Oh, hear us when we cry to thee for those in" this synonym of danger "on the sea"
    $1600 19
Born Dorothy Rothschild, this noted wit began her literary career with a poem published in Vanity Fair
    $1600 10
Between his 1950 & 1954 portrayals of this pirate, Robert Newton found time to play Blackbeard
    $1600 28
These nodes are glands, & they aren't just in the head & neck; there are more under the arms,too
    DD: $3,000 16
Louis XIV's style is Baroque; Louis XV's style, seen here, is this style that followed Baroque
    $1600 4
Flamboyant Flemish fixture fond of fleshy females, first & following names
    $1600 24
A traditional variation on "show me the way to go home" is "indicate the direction of my habitual" this
    $2000 23
In 1945 this poet laureate of Illinois published her first volume of poetry, "A Street In Bronzeville"
    $2000 11
This former Bond girl played herself in "The Player"
    DD: $4,000 29
In humans, T cells develop in this gland under the breastbone
    $2000 17
A prie-dieu can be an armless seat or a bench to be used when you're physically in this position
    $2000 5
Cunning canine cameraman caught cuddling
    $2000 25
As an adjective, it's a synonym for "precise"; as a verb, for "take" or "demand"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Margaret Doug
$10,800 $14,400 $6,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Elected president twice, he beat his 2 opponents by a combined Electoral College tally of 1,014-62

Final scores:

Brian Margaret Doug
$18,600 $21,601 $13,599
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,601 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Margaret Doug
$10,800 $15,000 $9,400
15 R,
2 W
22 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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Game tape date: 2006-12-05
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