Show #5181 - Monday, March 5, 2007


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Eileen Loechel, an operations manager from River Forest, Illinois

David Wlody, a physician from New York, New York

Margaret Tennison, a retired paralegal from Vienna, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The Nov. 2006 elections made this person the highest of Italian ethnicity in the order of U.S. pres. succession
    $200 4
Every Who down in Who-ville knows puppets around in this 2006 Dr. Seuss Broadway musical
    $200 22
In a marine push, when ocean air replaces the existing air mass, this happens to the temperature
    $200 7
In 1979 this country's Pahlavi Dynasty was deposed & had to flee into exile
    $200 13
A party to celebrate a person's or family's move to a new residence
    $200 12
John Humphreys said he created the bodies seen in "Alien Autopsy", a video showing beings that "died" near this N.M. city
    $400 2
In Congress, this person who keeps members in line has the highest leadership job after Majority & Minority Leader
    $400 25
In the musical "Baker Street", this queen's Diamond Jubilee Parade was brought to life by marionettes
    DD: $400 23
The first documented successful forecast of this was by 2 Air Force officers in 1948 in Oklahoma
    $400 8
Of Dutch Guiana, French Guiana or British Guiana, the one that is still known by that name today
    $400 14
Proverbially, if you have cold hands, you also have this
    $400 18
Tiger Woods, move over; this Asian leader claims to have shot 11 holes-in-one the first time he played golf
    $600 3
In 2000 this party nominated Ralph Nader for president; in 2004 its standard-bearer was David Cobb
    $600 26
In Erik Sanko's puppet play "The Fortune Teller", Marionettes represent the 7 these, including wrath & gluttony
    $600 24
It's officially called dense when it reduces visibility to 1/8 mile
    $600 9
Found inside another country, this "Most Serene Republic" is also the most small republic in Europe
    $600 15
Slang for a baseball player who rarely gets to play
    $600 19
Der Stern called its $3.8 million purchase of these "diaries" in 1983 "the biggest flop of German press history"
    $800 5
"Free" political party formed in 1848 to oppose the extension of slavery
    $800 27
A puppet show called "Percy, the Poor Little Penguin" premiered at this store's Herald Square location in 2001
    $800 29
This post-shower delight is always in the opposite side of the sky from the sun
    $800 10
Under 1,000 square miles in area, it borders France & has German as an official language
    $800 16
Adjective for a tepid temperature or a halfhearted conviction
    $800 20
This holy relic turned up at a church in Lirey, France in 1355; radiocarbon tests in 1988 raised questions
    $1000 6
In 2002 this Mississippian quit his post as Senate Republican Leader
    $1000 28
This late, great "Law & Order" star played the puppeteer who falls in love with Lili in the 1961 musical "Carnival"
    $1000 11
The history of this European country, whose flag is seen here, goes back 4,000 years
    $1000 17
FDR died in the Little White House in this Georgia city
    $1000 21
Anna Anderson's preserved tissue was DNA tested in 1994 to prove that she wasn't this Grand Duchess

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

Margaret David Eileen
$800 $1,600 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Margaret David Eileen
$1,600 $4,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Provence got its name from being this empire's first province beyond the Alps
    $400 2
Some wondered if she'd be known as "J.Ant." after a surprise marriage, her third, to singer Marc Anthony
    $400 11
Precipitation "of Kilimanjaro"
    $400 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin, Ireland.) Jameson Irish whiskey is unique in that the malted type of this ingredient is dried in a closed oven so that smoke doesn't interfere
    $400 21
A statue of a WWII flag-raising dedicated to this military service stands near Arlington's entrance
    $400 16
An interjection meaning "nonsense", it was often used by Ebenezer Scrooge
    $800 7
On June 28, 1940 the British recognized this man as the leader of Free France
    $800 3
Jack Handey:
"I wish I had a kryptonite cross, because then you could keep both Dracula and" him "away"
    $800 12
Utensil for a "River Anthology"
    $800 27
Poteen, a term for illegally made whiskey, is the Irish equivalent of this "lunar" U.S. word
    $800 23
The statue seen here fought & won by decision the right to be displayed in front of the museum in this U.S. city
    $800 17
The word mustache comes from the Greek mustax, meaning "upper" this
    $1200 8
18th century kings ran up debts of hundreds of millions of these--not as in books, but as in units of silver currency
    $1200 4
"Little skirts & stuff aside, I quite enjoyed the costumes (in 'Gladiator')", he said in 2001
    $1200 13
"Choice" heroine of a Styron novel
    DD: $1,000 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands in front of large tanks containing whiskey in Dublin, Ireland.) The whiskey goes 3 times through this purifying process, the evaporation & collection of a liquid via condensation
    $1200 24
This Renaissance nude became Florence's first freestanding sculpture on a plinth since classical times
    $1200 18
It can follow bubble, mud or sponge
    $1600 9
Beginning in the 1600s, the colony called New France was based around this river explored by Jacques Cartier
    $1600 5
This late comic was first cast as Sheriff Bart in "Blazing Saddles" but the studio balked due to his volatile reputation
    $1600 14
Laurence Sterne's Tristram
    $1600 22
A statue in Hampshire of this "Great" king honors his 9th c. rule when he defended against a Viking invasion
    $1600 19
In poetry, a closed one is, "A perfect judge will read each work of wit / with the same spirit that its author writ"
    DD: $1,400 10
Henri Petain was a hero for the victory at this fortress in 1916, at a cost of over 500,000 French casualties
    $2000 6
In 2006 at Penn commencement, Yakov Smirnoff got his Masters in positive psych & this "Nell" actress gave a speech
    $2000 15
Novelist Terry, who fed us "Candy"
    $2000 25
After it became popular, the statue seen here had to be moved from the cemetery to this city's Telfair Museum
    $2000 20
A skeptic denies that anything can be known while a radical one of these denies that anything exists

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Margaret David Eileen
$5,400 $9,400 $20,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Located in the Central Time Zone, it's the largest city by population to have no MLB, NFL, NBA or NHL team

Final scores:

Margaret David Eileen
$2,798 $7,999 $19,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Margaret David Eileen
$5,600 $9,400 $21,400
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
17 R,
4 W
25 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2006-12-06
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