Show #5305 - Friday, October 5, 2007


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David Daniel, a writer and copy editor from Woodland Hills, California

Sara Clarke, a filmmaker and graphic designer originally from Houma, Louisiana

Matt Pensinger, a pastor from Hanover, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
A campaign slogan in 1964 said, "All the way with" these 3 letters
    $200 25
Holy 2nd bananas! Douglas Croft, Burt Ward & Chris O'Donnell have played this superhero, old chum
    $200 17
    $200 19
Just like Mercury, Venus has this many moons
    $200 10
Handed out by an academy, it's the showbiz award seen here
    $200 6
    $400 2
"I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a New Deal for the American people", he said in accepting his 1932 nomination
    $400 26
On "How I Met Your Mother", this pal played by Neil Patrick Harris wanted to "flight-suit up" & "penguin-suit up"
    $400 15
Na zdorovia
    $400 20
Venus' surface is hard to view from Earth because it's completely covered in these
    $400 11
The locks worn by the gentlemen in the photo seen here tells you this is their profession
    $400 7
It's one over par on a hole of golf, sweetheart
    $600 3
This 1976 presidential campaign button refers to these 2 men
    $600 27
Dale Gribble, this Fox title guy's pal: "I'm your worst nightmare! I have a 3-line phone & nothing at all to do with my time!"
    $600 18
    $600 21
One of these on Venus lasts about 244 Earth ones
    $600 12
This high-flying DC comic superhero might not mind being called a bird-brain
    $600 8
Able to speak both Spanish & English, for example
    DD: $600 4
This candidate played on his name with buttons that said Au H2O
    $800 28
"I've just been handed a bulletin. 'You have something on your front tooth'", read this buddy of Mary Richards
    $800 23
    $800 22
Galileo's finding that Venus goes through these, like the moon, was the 1st direct evidence for Copernican ideas
    $800 13
The name of the charming Potsdam palace seen here is French for "carefree", Sans this
    $800 9
It speaks to Moses in Exodus 3
    $1000 5
The Whigs used this structure as a symbol in William Henry Harrison's 1840 campaign
    $1000 29
From 1949 to 1957 Mohawk Jay Silverheels faithfully played this TV companion
    $1000 24
    $1000 30
We're not sure if it was "ancient" or not, but the first U.S. flyby of Venus was by this space probe in 1962
    $1000 14
Weasel family member seen here
    $1000 16
This type of drug used to treat asthma relaxes the smooth muscles in the airways, causing them to open, as its name indicates

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

Matt Sara David
$1,400 $0 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Sara David
$1,200 $2,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 20
In 1667 he penned, "Who overcomes by force hath overcome but half his foe"; paradise found!
    $400 14
In 1956 Roger Vadim directed his first film, "And God Created Woman", which starred this actress, his then-wife
    $400 19
A major port city, Baltimore lies on the Patapsco River, an arm of this bay
    $400 9
The ancient Greeks called this geographical feature Pontos Axeinos, Axeinos meaning "inhospitable"
    $400 4
Garrison Keillor put his radio-honed voice to work on this American novel

"But Tom Sawyer he hunted me up and said he was going to start a band of robbers, and I might join if I would go back to the widow and be respectable..."
    $400 1
To allow some passengers to get on the plane in advance
    $800 27
Jan. 29, 1820:
This king doth find life too taxing in yonder Windsor Castle... Yoiks!
    $800 15
45 years before Disney, Jean Cocteau made a live-action version of this film with Josette Day as Belle
    $800 21
Outside the Federal Building is a statue of this native son, the first African American on the Supreme Court
    $800 10
The "Black Spot" is a dreaded summons handed out by pirates in this 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson tale
    $800 5
Jim Dale used the voice of a person he met in an elevator for Dobby the Elf, of this title character's books
    $800 2
A linguistic element added to the beginning of a word to give it a new meaning
    $1200 28
Yea my Lord, in the 1770s he beganeth his naval career at age 12 as a midshipman 'board the Raisonnable
    $1200 16
This 2001 title role was meant for Emily Watson, but she didn't speak French; Audrey Tautou got the part
    $1200 22
A great way to see Baltimore is from the top of its World Trade Center, designed by this Chinese-American architect
    $1200 11
Seen here, it's considered one of the world's deadliest creatures
    DD: $2,600 6
Here's Ian McKellen reading the opening of this epic work

"Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns driven time and again off course once he had plundered the hallowed heights of Troy..."
    $1200 3
A personal moral principle governing one's behavior
    $1600 25
This director, son of a famous impressionist painter, is perhaps best known for his 1937 film 'Grand Illusion"
    $1600 23
Baltimore's Central Library has a room dedicated to this Baltimore Sun journalist & wit
    $1600 12
The 1840 Penny Black was the first official one of these
    $1600 7
Johnny Cash is on CD reading this 27-book collection; he wore black for those who hadn't gotten the word
    $1600 17
Often used to describe certain monkeys' tails, this adjective means "able to grasp"
    $2000 26
This star of "Chocolat" & "The English Patient" made her film debut in the 1982 French film "Liberty Belle"
    $2000 24
This B&O railroad director who died in 1873 left $7 million to found a Baltimore hospital & university
    $2000 13
Known as the "Black Prince", he died before he could become king himself, but he did father Richard II
    $2000 8
This actor is heard reading "A Christmas Carol", which he's also performed as a one-man stage show

"Scrooge! A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!"
    DD: $4,000 18
Seen here is a representative selection by Rosetti of this creative British group's output

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Sara David
$12,800 $3,800 $16,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1993 this man said, "What Phil & Nike have done is turn me into a dream"

Final scores:

Matt Sara David
$22,800 $7,600 $25,601
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $25,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Sara David
$10,800 $3,800 $15,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
5 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,800

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Game tape date: 2007-07-25
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