Show #5266 - Monday, July 2, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 5.


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Jessica Eyde, an interior decorator originally from Fort Worth, Texas

Wilson Rickerson, a renewable energy consultant originally from Falls Church, Virginia

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 4-day cash winnings total $91,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That brings back memories.)
    $200 7
Hand-rolled Cohiba & Montecristo cigars originated in this country
    $200 1
He's boldly written "Tek" & "Star Trek" novels & nonfiction books chronicling his days as Captain Kirk
    $200 6
What was nature thinking putting these glands mainly on the paw pads, so dogs have to cool off by panting
    $200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands next to a '59 Chevrolet Biscayne, shown from the rear.) For the '59 Biscayne, Chevy introduced new features like cat's eye taillights & fins named for this mammal's wings
    $200 13
Strom Thurmond, from 1964 to 2003
    $200 18
Bilbo's surname in the "Lord of the Rings" saga
    $400 8
It's the only Scandinavian nation that borders only one other country (Germany)
    $400 2
Kids love her as "Mary Poppins" & as the author of "The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles"
    $400 12
Sandpipers & snipes are shorebirds, also called these for the way they move through shallow water
    $400 27
With a lighter body and large engine, this company's 1968 Dart offered superior handling
    $400 14
Strom Thurmond, until 1964 (except when running for president in 1948)
    $400 19
The musical "Kismet" opens at dawn in this ancient city
    $600 9
The name of this Mediterranean country comes from an ancient Greek word for "calf" (as in cow, not leg)
    $600 3
In 2006 this first lady of hip-hop came out with her first children's book, "Queen of the Scene"
    $600 23
This type of "high" Southwestern brush, like the scrub oak, depends on fire to renew its growth
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew leans over the open hood of a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.) The 1970 Plymouth Barracuda got some extra muscle from its six-barreled setup of these devices
    $600 15
Strom Thurmond, running for president in 1948
    $600 20
A person who collects money for a political party or a criminal organization
    DD: $800 10
Popular newspapers in this Western Hemisphere nation include The Isthmian & The Bocas Breeze
    $800 4
"Czech" out her tennis mysteries like "Killer Instinct" & "The Total Zone" by this former champ
    $800 24
Named for a land animal, this "sea" creature has rings of body armor & a prehensile tale [sic]
    $800 29
The E-type by this British company was one of the first to offer independent rear suspension
    $800 16
In the 1840s: Henry Clay, Horace Greeley, William Seward
    $800 21
This musical instrument was often played in battle
    $1000 11
Hutus & Tutsis predominate in these 2 neighboring countries once part of German East Africa
    $1000 5
Long before playing TV's Dr. Gregory House, he published a spy spoof called "The Gun Seller"
    $1000 25
The insect seen here is called the "water" type of this word that also follows "Volga" in song
    $1000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands behind a pristine Ford Mustang GT500 parked outside a residential garage.) You can't talk about muscle cars without honoring this racer, car designer & chili cookoff originator who made the classic GT500
    $1000 17
Ross Perot, independent in 1992, & this other party in 1996
    $1000 22
"Ramp agent" is Southwest Airlines' term for the heavy lifting job more usually called this

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

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$2,600 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$7,200 $2,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Today we have a theme board in terms of our categories. Let's see if I can read these properly...)
    $400 8
In June 1967 "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" dueled on U.S. charts with "More of" this Beatles TV imitator band
    $400 18
A short necklace of these cultured gems has epitomized conservative dressing since the 1950s
    $400 26
"To cease smoking is the easiest thing I ever did...I've done it 1,000 times" is attributed to this 19th c. humorist
    $400 7
1966 saw the introduction of the telecopier, an early version of this machine; it sent a page in 6 minutes
    $400 1
"I can't get no" contentment...
no, that's not it...
gratification is close...aha! "I can't get no" this
    $400 2
This "Lovely" meter maid was "filling in a ticket in her little white book"
    $800 9
Senator J. William Fulbright's book "The Arrogance of Power" proposed an 8-point plan to end this event
    $800 19
Many celebs like Sienna Miller, seen here, have sported these fitted pants, hot in the '80s & again in 2006
    $800 27
This J.K. Rowling girl says, "I hope you're pleased with yourselves. We could all have been killed--or worse, expelled"
    DD: $2,400 13
The rollout of air-filled tires for automobiles was by this French company in 1895
    $800 17
It's from the Latin for--look over there, it's Judge Judy, juggling chainsaws--"to draw apart"
    $800 3
He chipped in with lead vocals on "With A Little Help From My Friends", whose working title was "Bad Finger Boogie"
    $1200 10
Striking down a Virginia law, the Supreme Court let Mr. & Mrs. Loving go on loving though they were of different these
    $1200 20
This hairstyle that was big--we mean big--in the '70s has recently been seen on stars like Chris Tucker
    $1200 28
This Miami Herald columnist wrote, "Skiing combines outdoor fun with knocking down trees with your face"
    $1200 14
First made in 1887, they went bifocal in 1958
    $1200 23
Some are intolerant to this disaccharide present in milk
    $1200 4
Paul worried about being needed & fed in this tune in which he also warned, "You'll be older too"
    $1600 11
On June 1, 1967 this man became Israel's Minister of Defense; 4 days later he was very busy
    $1600 21
These 2-toned pumps named for onlookers have been stylish since their introduction in the 1920s
    DD: $7,600 29
This heroine details her own consumption of 5,277 cigarettes, her gain of 74 pounds & her loss of 72 pounds
    $1600 15
William Burroughs' arithmometer, a calculator that could print, was later called this "machine"
    $1600 24
You pick a horse race's first- & second-place finishers, in order, in this bet
    $1600 5
This song tells of "tangerine trees and marmalade skies" & "plasticine porters with looking glass ties"
    $2000 12
Tragically, a Jan. 27, 1967 fire at Cape Kennedy claimed the lives of Ed White, Roger Chaffee & this man
    $2000 22
First popular after WWI, these riding breeches named for a city in India were fashionable in the 1980s
    $2000 30
She wrote the "At Wit's End" column & advised, "Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died"
    $2000 16
GE's Senographe was the first of these machines used largely on women; regular X-ray machines had been used
    $2000 25
This insurance job computes premium rates according to probabilities based on statistics
    $2000 6
A 45-second piano chord on this song brings "Sgt. Pepper" to a thunderous close

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$24,400 $0 $12,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Prizefighter Roger Donoghue was Marlon Brando's trainer for "On the Waterfront" & inspired this line on the AFI list

Final scores:

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$24,801 $0 $24,800
5-day champion: $116,102 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cathy Wilson Jessica
$22,800 $7,600 $12,400
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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Game tape date: 2007-04-12
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