Show #5380 - Friday, January 18, 2008


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Emily Ullman, a law student from Palisades, New York

Christa Franklin Ishino, a homemaker and freelance editor from Northville, Michigan

Susan Forman, a homemaker and former attorney from Waccabuc, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $45,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
Beneath the Tower Bridge in London:
this river
    $200 16
Jake Gyllenhaal was reportedly ready to take over this role after Tobey Maguire suffered back pains
    $200 1
A book's backstrip covers the part that has this anatomical name
    $200 7
Ah yes, my sweet, if you eat this sticky liquid, comb & all, I'll definitely call you my this
    $200 5
Joseph Haydn was born in 1732 in Rohrau, 25 miles east of this world capital to which he moved in 1740
    $200 18
Many have sought this creature of the Pacific NW; at 7 to 10 ft. tall & about 500 lbs., you'd think he'd be easy to find
    $400 27
Beneath Patna's Mahatma Gandhi Bridge:
this river
    $400 17
Severely underweight from his role in "The Machinist", Christian Bale gained 100 pounds to play this role
    $400 2
Shakespeare wrote, "What's past is" this introductory part of a book
    $400 8
Eat too many of this "original goumet jelly bean" & its name may describe your tummy
    $400 12
Let me pump... you up (with info)--Joseph Haydn's middle name; this was his first name
    $400 19
This sought-after spring was thought to be on Bimini; Ponce De Leon then sought Bimini but found Florida instead
    $600 28
Under the Brooklyn Bridge:
this river
    $600 24
Ths title heroine played by Halle Berry has vertical pupils & a penchant for tuna
    $600 3
Mulvany, Nancy, 177;
birth of, 28;
education of, 213;
as expert in creating these, 326-331
    $600 9
If I eat a frankfurter before I show off my skiing stunts, you have every reason to call me one of these
    $600 13
In 1781 Haydn befriended this composer from Salzburg, 10 years before his all-too-premature death
    DD: $2,000 20
In 2003 the BBC did an extensive sonar search for this creature, first reported in 565 A.D.
    $800 29
Beneath the Tacoma Narrows Bridge:
this inlet
    $800 25
The 2007 "Fantastic Four" sequel was subtitled "Rise of" this galactic traveler
    $800 4
A colophon is a section at the end of a book that often names this, like 10-point Baskerville
    $800 10
Lewis Browning ate more than 22,000 of these creme-filled Hostess cakes; if you did the same, I'd call you one
    $800 14
Haydn's "Farewell" Symphony was written this period in his work that translates into "storm & stress"
    $800 21
Many have looked for this legendary item on Mount Ararat; others think it's in Kurdistan
    $1000 30
Under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge:
this bay
    $1000 26
In a 2003 film this blind superhero, the "Man Without Fear", battled Bullseye & a NYC crimelord called the Kingpin
    $1000 6
Entomological name for a blank page at the start of a book, suitable for inscriptions
    $1000 11
If you spend your last dime on one of these New Orleans-style hero sandwiches, you really will turn into one
    $1000 15
Symphony No. 94 is called this for its unexpected loud chord shortly after the soft beginning of the 2nd movement
    $1000 22
In 1590 a storm forced Gov. John White to abandon his search for members of this colony, who were never seen again

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

Susan Christa Emily
$2,000 $2,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Christa Emily
$3,400 $7,600 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
"Men at Work" is a 1932 book containing Lewis Hines' 1930 photos chronicling the construction of this skyscraper
    $400 1
The Godfather of Soul, James Brown "Can't dance" because of these "in his pants"
    $400 17
If 007 is coming over, better read the book "Shaken Not Stirred: A Celebration of" this cocktail
    $400 26
From a Washington Irving character, it's a nickname for a New Yorker, Dutch-descended or otherwise
    $400 6
In this 1852 work, Eliza makes a harrowing escape across a frozen river from a slave trader named Haley
    $400 11
Later to run a pizza parlor in Virginia, Nguyen Ngoc Loan uses a gun in an infamous photo taken in this city in 1968
    $800 22
(Kelly of the Clue Crew gets nearer, much larger.) It's the camera attachment that accounts for the way you're seeing me right now
    $800 2
Vanessa Williams sang, "Just when I thought our chance had passed, you go and" do this
    $800 18
In cockney rhyming slang, this liquor is a "gay & frisky"
    $800 27
On completing law school, you're likely to receive a J.D., a doctor of this degree
    $800 7
By clinging to the belly of a ram, this mythological figure escaped from the cave of the cyclops
    $800 12
This country's first president, Syngman Rhee, fled the country in 1960 & died in 1965 in exile in Hawaii
    $1200 23
In 1907 2 French brothers with this last name marketed their autochrome glass plates to produce color photos
    $1200 3
In a Michael Martin Murphey song, this title horse "busted down its stall / in a blizzard he was lost"
    $1200 19
Searching for fine tequila? Look for a label that says it's 100% this color agave
    $1200 28
(Jon of the Clue Crew plop, plops 2 tablets in a glass; they fizz, fizz.) When you drop Alka-Seltzer in water, a series of reactions, including the release of carbon dioxide, creates this bubbly effect, from the Latin for "begin to boil"
    DD: $2,500 8
Henri Charriere recounted his numerous escape attempts from French prisons in South America in this work
    $1200 13
In 1973, 14 years after his overthrow, this Cuban dictator died in exile in Spain
    DD: $2,000 24
From the Latin for "to open", it's the camera part that controls the intensity of light striking the film
    $1600 4
Neil Diamond sang that a woman from this state "shines with her own kind of light"
    $1600 20
This word for a sweetened mixture of rum, beer & beaten egg can also mean a turned-up hairstyle
    $1600 29
It's one who compiles a dictionary
    $1600 9
In "The Deerslayer", this character escapes from the Hurons when Chingachgook helps to free him
    $1600 14
During exile in the U.S. in 1915, ex-prez Victoriano Huerta of this country was thrown in prison
    $2000 25
Her first photo-essay appeared in Esquire in 1960; much of her work thereafter depicted human oddities
    $2000 5
In a Led Zeppelin tune, Robert Plant was "packin'" his "bags for" these title mountains, familiar to Tolkien fans
    $2000 21
A Harvey Wallbanger just won't have the right bang without this yellow liqueur
    $2000 30
From the Greek word for "scale", it's the term for a butterfly or moth expert
    $2000 10
Pangloss keeps his incorrigible optimism intact when he escapes an incompetent hangman's noose in this satire
    $2000 15
Napoleon's oldest brother, he spent many years in exile in New Jersey following Waterloo

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Christa Emily
$13,400 $8,800 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this rebellious young man of the Old Testament can be translated from the Hebrew as "father of peace"

Final scores:

Susan Christa Emily
$9,200 $17,599 $14,300
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $17,599 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Christa Emily
$13,400 $7,400 $11,800
17 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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Game tape date: 2007-10-24
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