Show #4733 - Wednesday, March 16, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 26.
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Jean Grewe, a graphic designer from Oak Park, Illinois

Eddie Timanus, a sportswriter from Oak Hill, Virginia

Jonathan Groff, a writer and producer for television from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Just months after becoming the Duchess of Aquitaine, she became the Queen of France
    $200 6
One of Lucille Ball's favorite episodes was when she & Ethel got jobs in this kind of kitchen & couldn't keep up
    $200 15
Emeril puts bacon, leeks & chunks of potatoes in his Fall River version of this New England soup
    $200 26
He was the 41st vice president of the U.S.
    $200 20
Ancient Greek scientist Praxogoras wrongly thought these carried air, as they were empty in corpses
    $200 10
According to the popular rhyme, the total number of whacks used by Lizzie Borden on her parents
    DD: $1,000 2
Leaving for Italy in 218 B.C., he gave command of the Carthaginian army in Spain to his brother Hasdrubal
    $400 7
Lucy had some splainin' to do after she & Ethel tore apart the newly built brick barbecue searching for this
    $400 16
Also called comino, it's used in seed form or ground into powder to flavor a myriad of dishes
    $400 27
He worked for Al Capone & was the FBI's Public Enemy No. 1
    $400 21
At Cambridge, Wordsworth saw a statue of this scientist, "with his prism and silent face"
    $400 11
Not just a baker's, it's also the number of a devil's dozen
    $600 3
This future conqueror of the Incas was Balboa's second in command
    $600 8
Of the "Lucy's Italian Movie" episode, Lucy said that "stepping on" these "was like stepping on eyeballs"
    $600 17
It's a scientific fact: your egg whites will beat higher in a bowl made of this metal prized by chefs
    $600 28
He was a captain by 1779, the year he turned 21
    $600 22
Galileo famously saw spots before his eyes when he studied this in 1611
    $600 12
Beware! In a 1953 film classic there are this many "Fingers of Dr. T"!
    $800 4
Name of the woman who became a widow on the Ides of March, 44 B.C.
    $800 9
It was Ricky's signature tune & later the name of his club
    $800 18
Craig Claiborne insisted that this Southern dish of pig intestines be served with vinegar & hot red pepper sauce
    $800 29
It's no joke, this composer won an Oscar for his score of "The Great Gatsby"
    $800 24
In 1924 Louis Victor de Broglie described the wave-like properties of this basic particle of an atom
    $800 13
A quorum in the House of Representatives is this minimum number, a simple majority of the members
    $1000 5
In 1930 this French statesman whose name is linked with Kellogg called for a European union
    $1000 14
During a trip to Hollywood, Lucy has a run-in with William Holden at this famous restaurant
    $1000 19
This type of bouillon used to poach fish sounds like something a judge would serve
    $1000 30
Before Lou Reed, "A Walk on the Wild Side" was the title of a 1956 novel by this man
    $1000 25
The buckminsterfullerine is a giant molecule of this that resembles a geodesic dome or a soccer ball
    $1000 23
The scientific notation for this real number is 23 x 106

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jonathan Eddie Jean
$5,800 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Eddie Jean
$8,400 $2,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

____ OF THE ____
    $400 8
The Caspian Sea,
Lake Ladoga,
Lake Baikal
    $400 13
We wonder "how does it feel" for him to be on his own with the No. 1 song "Like A Rolling Stone"
    $400 26
The world's largest building by volume is this company's main assembly building in Everett, Washington
    $400 1
It was fought in the Ardennes Forest in December 1944, & by dieters everyday
    $400 6
In bowling, it's a split of the 8 & 10 pins; it's also a city in Ohio
    $400 18
This story of the Hollywood film industry really was F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Last" novel--he didn't live to finish it
    $800 9
Lake Ontario,
Lake Michigan,
Lake Huron
    $800 14
In the '60s Little Eva had to make up a dance to go along with this song, No. 350
    $800 30
These fliers are the U.S. Navy's equivalent to the RAF's Red Arrows
    $800 2
In the King James Bible, it's the full name of the book that immediately follows the Gospels
    $800 7
Dial (302) 739-3073 & you can get information on how to do this in Delaware
    $800 19
This Bronte sister published "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" in June 1848; she fell ill with tuberculosis & died in May 1849
    $1200 10
Lake Okeechobee,
Lake Champlain,
Lake Mead
    $1200 15
The most recent song on the list, at No. 180, is this duo's "Hey Ya!"
    $1200 29
One of the world's largest military aviation museums is located at this Air Force base near Dayton, Ohio
    $1200 3
Future president James Polk held this congressional post from 1835 to 1839
    $1200 23
Sartorial term for a policeman who doesn't wear a uniform while on duty
    $1200 20
It's a "Mystery" how this novel would have ended; Dickens died having only completed the first half
    $1600 11
Lake Nasser,
Lake Tanganyika,
Lake Timsah
    DD: $2,000 16
No. 89 is this 1966 hit that John Phillips came up with on a cold winter's night in Manhattan
    $1600 28
In 1952 this airline's De Havilland Comets became the first jet passenger planes put into commercial service
    $1600 4
In 1993 this musical netted 7 Tonys, including one for Chita Rivera
    $1600 24
One of the laws of this 1969 book states that people are promoted until they reach their level of incompetence
    $1600 21
She died before completing her last novel, "The Buccaneers", set in the 1870s like "The Age of Innocence"
    $2000 12
Lake Titicaca,
Lake Poopo,
Lake Maracaibo
    $2000 17
And finally... their 1976 hit with "More Than A Feeling" just made the list at No. 500
    $2000 27
On October 4, 2004 this private craft won the $10 million Ansari X Prize by reaching space for the 2nd time within a week
    $2000 5
They're the personal bodyguard of the British monarch, though their duties are ceremonial
    $2000 25
This saint started his own society, & a charitable society founded in Paris in 1833 was also named for him
    DD: $4,800 22
This writer was working on a novel, "Le Premier Homme", when he was killed in a car accident

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Eddie Jean
$18,000 $9,600 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This woman received the third-highest vote total of any candidate for all of the November 2004 elections

Final scores:

Jonathan Eddie Jean
$24,001 $19,200 $4,000
Winner: $24,001 + an advance to UToC Round 2 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jonathan Eddie Jean
$14,600 $9,200 $12,000
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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Game tape date: 2005-02-23
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