Show #5269 - Thursday, July 5, 2007


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Tim Abou-Sayed, a plastic surgeon from Manalapan, Florida

Judy Moss, an administrative assistant from Jersey City, New Jersey

Holly Owens, a physician originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,902)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to tell us what type of critter each one is.)
    $200 26
In 1998 a diplomat was indicted for smuggling Moche cultural art from this country with a Quechua Indian name
    $200 6
Uncle Scrooge
    $200 1
What makes this cocktail with a magazine's name so worldly? Perhaps it's the cranberry juice & triple sec
    $200 11
She had a no. 1 hit in 1966 with "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"
    $200 21
The biblical Abel herded these
    $200 16
Left behind by the Kaiser's army, the 5 halls at Riga's Central Market were once hangars for these airships
    $400 27
After a worldwide hunt, a statue of Sumerian king Entemena was returned to this country after it was stolen in 2003
    $400 7
Chip & Dale
    $400 2
This soft drink's cans used to feature Willy the Hillbilly; in fact, its name is a slang term for "moonshine"
    $400 12
Though born in Virginia, Nancy, Lady Astor was the first woman to serve in this lower house of Britain's Parliament
    $400 22
Herding these is a traditional basis of the Lapp economy
    $400 17
More than 400,000 live on this 640-sq.-mile semiautonomous island off the east coast of Africa
    DD: $1,000 28
A note said "Thanks for the poor security" after this painting was stolen during the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994
    $600 8
    $600 3
A Greyhound is vodka & this tart juice
    $600 13
She's the legal-eagle one-time "Celebrity Jeopardy!" contestant seen here
    $600 23
Asia's Wakhi people are herders of this animal that's most at home at over 14,000 feet
    $600 18
Also the name of a wine, it's the most commonly grown red wine grape in California
    $800 29
Using a crane & a truck, thieves stole "Reclining Nude" by this English sculptor
    $800 9
    $800 4
This flavorless, naturally effervescent water is named for a town near Wiesbaden in Germany
    $800 14
Nancy is the girlfriend of the evil Bill Sykes in this Dickens novel
    $800 24
In Bedouin society, the most prestigious people herd these
    $800 19
This mussel named for its resemblance to an equine has caused havoc with pipes & fish in the Great Lakes
    $1000 30
An art dealer forged this Belorussian-born French artist's "Rabbi et Torah", then sold the forgery & original
    $1000 10
Heckle & Jeckle
    $1000 5
(Jeff Probst reads the clue from the Fiji Islands.) Yongona is the Fijian name for this ceremonial drink, an infusion made from the roots of a pepper plant
    $1000 15
Today a member of the LPGA Hall of Fame, she was Rookie of the Year & Player of the Year in 1978
    $1000 25
Animal herded by the lonely fellow in a "Sound of Music" song
    $1000 20
This monarch was born October 8, 1895 in Burgayeti, Albania

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

Holly Judy Tim
$600 $2,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Holly Judy Tim
$400 $3,400 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE "M-E"s
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those 2 letters of the alphabet.)
    $400 12
In 1978 the first Pole in space, Miroslaw Hermaszewski, was launched on one of this nation's spacecrafts
    $400 3
John Cougar:
"Jack & ____"
    $400 1
In a letter to the Ephesians, he wrote that there is "one Lord, one faith, one baptism"
    $400 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Denver Mint.) Production of quarters starts with coils of metal fed into a press; it's mainly this metal, that's more associated with pennies
    $400 8
As French King, Charles II was nicknamed this; it seems odd that he was ever "hair" to the throne
    $400 21
Newspapers, magazines, radio & television
    $800 13
After the fall of the Communists in 1989, Poland joined NATO in 1999 & this economic group of nations on May 1, 2004
    $800 4
Hall & Oates:
"____ Smile"
    $800 2
In Richardson's epistolary novel, "Pamela" is a girl with this job resisting the advances of her mistress' son
    $800 27
The mint stores this, a term for gold bars held for their value as a metal rather than as money
    $800 9
This "Good King" of Bohemia was killed by his brother Boleslav while on the way to mass
    $800 22
In "Yellow Submarine", the Beatles travel to Pepperland to rid it of these blue music haters
    $1200 14
Winning for Physics & Chemistry, this Polish woman is one of the 2 Nobel Laureates in 2 different fields
    $1200 5
David Bowie:
"Blue ____"
    $1200 17
2 "poor folk" exchange letters in this Russian's psychologically penetrating first novel, from 1846
    $1200 28
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the Denver Mint.) Back when coins were made of gold & silver, putting ridges around them was done to prevent cutting off bits of metal, an act known by this grooming term
    $1200 10
In the 1328 Treaty of Northampton, the English affirmed his right to be called King of the Scots
    $1200 23
If you belong to an organization for those with high IQs, you'll know that this is the top surface of an altar
    $1600 15
Poland's national anthem is in the style of this dance, named for a region of eastern Poland
    $1600 6
Michael Jackson:
"Dirty ____"
    DD: $3,000 18
His last published story, from 1965, takes the form of a letter written by 7-year-old Seymour Glass at summer camp
    $1600 29
Denver is one of 2 mints producing coins for general circulation; this other facility also engraves the designs
    $1600 11
In 1830 he declined the crown of Greece, but a year later the Belgian National Congress elected him king; he accepted
    $1600 24
    $2000 16
Poland's longest river, it flows through Warsaw & empties into the Baltic Sea
    DD: $6,000 7
Pam Tillis:
"____, Queen of Denial"
    $2000 19
(I'm Hill Harper of CSI: NY.) My motivational book "Letters to a Young Brother" was inspired by this book written 100 years ago by Rainer Maria Rilke
    $2000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Denver Mint.) Presses put designs on coins; a die called the hammer imprints the head side while one appropriately called this imprints the tail
    $2000 20
In 1000 Pope Sylvester II gave this first king of Hungary a gold crown
    $2000 25
It can be the old section of an Arab city in north Africa, or the name of the city where Muhammad is entombed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Holly Judy Tim
-$2,000 $5,400 $18,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A patient who told this Frankfurt doctor "I have lost myself" was the basis for a paper he gave in 1906

Final scores:

Holly Judy Tim
-$2,000 $400 $11,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $11,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Holly Judy Tim
-$2,000 $5,400 $17,000
6 R,
4 W
11 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 2007-04-12
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