Show #5263 - Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 2.


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Joe Sosnoff, a sales coordinator from Holden, Massachusetts

Judson Knight, a literary agent and writer from Madison, Georgia

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 1-day cash winnings total $38,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
In dentistry charts, the letter "M" symbolizes this major tooth type
    $200 17
Perhaps thinking it sounded a bit cheesy, John Cheese's dad changed 1 letter in his name, so John is this
    $200 26
This company's Swoosh trademark was created by a graphic design student in 1971
    $200 10
A boardinghouse for beagles or borzois
    $200 6
6-letter word for the whistling sound produced by labored or asthmatic breathing
    $200 1
In 1897 the illness of a relative with this last name led to Mark Twain's "The report of my death was an exaggeration"
    $400 20
The 2 major American political parties are represented by these 2 beastly symbols
    $400 18
His name honors "Warren Kiefer", pseudonym of the man behind his dad Donald's 1st film, "Castle of the Living Dead"
    $400 27
In 2006 this company's classic Weejun celebrated its 70th birthday
    $400 11
A "loopy" hobby that might needle you
    $400 7
This animal's sound comes from the shaking of loosely connected, interlocking horny rings
    $400 2
Contrary to reports, this actor didn't die in Vietnam; the Beaver's still around
    $600 23
Merriam-Webster's dictionary calls this symbol # an octothorp; we call it this
    $600 19
(Hi. I'm Beau Bridges.) My real name is Lloyd Vernet Bridges III, but my parents called me Beau after Ashley Wilkes' son in this novel
    $600 28
You're sure to keep your tootsies toasty with these Aussie sheepskin boots, like the ones seen here
    $600 13
A smack--the romantic kind
    $600 8
James Moorer used 30 voices over 7 measures to create the "Rrrummm" for this cinema sound standard
    $600 3
Oops! A baseball announcer mourned the death of this actor when James Earl Ray died in 1998
    $800 24
On a Monopoly board, the 3 squares called this each include a large question mark
    $800 21
The original name of this star of "The Birds" was Nathalie; her nickname is from "Tupsa", a Swedish endearment
    $800 29
A fan of these German sandals with contoured insoles, Heidi Klum has even designed her own line
    $800 14
It precedes rat or court
    $800 9
Called a "pan" in Trinidad, where it was invented, this instrument comes from a barrel
    $800 4
In 1998 the death of this 95-year-old comedian was announced in Congress; he actually lived to be 100
    $1000 25
Ichthys, the Greek word for this symbol of Christ, is a Greek acronym for "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior"
    DD: $1,800 22
This late, great comedienne was named for a character Rita Hayworth played in 1946, the year she was born
    $1000 30
A favorite in Tinseltown, this elegant & pricey line of women's shoes is named for a Malaysian designer
    $1000 15
Adjective inspired by novelist Franz
    $1000 12
It took Robert Fripp 18 months to make the opening sound for this Microsoft Windows product released in 2007
    $1000 5
To a magazine that ran his obit, this "If" poet said, "Don't forget to delete me from your list of subscribers"

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

Cathy Judson Joe
$2,000 $2,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Judson Joe
$7,000 $1,600 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Proverbially speaking, "all roads lead to" this city
    $400 10
Elizabeth Montgomery,
Dick York,
Dick Sargent
    $400 6
The original report on this scientist's 1633 trial is among the Vatican archive's many documents
    $400 19
Familiar Inca name for the cat some Americans call the Florida panther
    $400 24
During strenuous activity, the glycogen in your muscles is converted into this "milky" acid, C3H6O3
    $400 9
Abraham's wife Sarah had one of these female servants, an Egyptian named Hagar
    $800 2
Its name is Hebrew for "City of Peace"
    $800 11
"Barney Miller":
Jack Soo,
Hal Linden,
Abe Vigoda
    $800 7
With no regular schedule & one of the world's shortest routes, it runs for less than a mile in Vatican City
    $800 20
This Lillian Hellman play gets its title from a Bible verse
    $800 25
It certainly makes sense that this muscle's name is from the Latin for "largest rump"
    $800 15
    $1200 3
The first written mention of this capital's name was in a 1459 document of Vlad the Impaler
    $1200 12
Kelsey Grammer,
Woody Harrelson,
Kirstie Alley
    $1200 8
John XXIII must have had lots of "spare" time, as he had one of these recreational areas installed in the Vatican
    $1200 21
This New England state was the first admitted to the Union after the original 13 colonies
    $1200 26
In humans, muscles are defined as striated, cardiac or this type
    $1200 16
In a William Ross Wallace work, this phrase precedes "is the hand that rules the world"
    DD: $1,400 4
A castle in this world capital was once the home of the kings of Bohemia
    $1600 13
"Three's Company":
Don Knotts,
Joyce DeWitt,
Suzanne Somers
    $1600 28
Until the 1960s, a pope's death was confirmed by tapping him with a hammer made of this
    $1600 22
Sites of prehistoric cave paintings include Altamira in Spain & this French cave famed for its Hall of Bulls
    $1600 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an illustration of back muscles on the monitor.) From the Greek for "table", this pair of muscles extends & moves the head & shoulder blades
    $1600 17
This composer's 1941 autobiography was titled "Father of the Blues"
    $2000 5
The name of this judicial capital of South Africa means "Fountain of Flowers"
    $2000 14
Gary Burghoff,
Larry Linville,
Jamie Farr
    DD: $1,400 29
Members of this august group are automatically citizens of Vatican City no matter where they live
    $2000 23
Terms used in this type of delicate needlework include "point de Venise" & "point d'Angleterre"
    $2000 30
A flexor directs an appendage forward; an exception is the gastrocnemius in this part of the leg
    $2000 18
This necktie knot may be named for its resemblance to the knot used to tie the reins of a team of horses together

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Judson Joe
$12,800 $6,600 $9,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Maris, Lycon, Laogonus, Erymas, Sarpedon, Erylaus & Patroclus die in Book 16 of this work

Final scores:

Cathy Judson Joe
$19,601 $13,200 $17,900
2-day champion: $57,602 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cathy Judson Joe
$12,600 $6,800 $9,800
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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Game tape date: 2007-03-07
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