Show #5435 - Friday, April 4, 2008


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Jacob Gold, a writer from Chicago, Illinois

Mary McGhee, a college advisor from SeaTac, Washington

Rich House, an English professor from Terre Haute, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The name of this 111-year-old association means it's for moms & dads & educators
    $200 29
"The ___ Baker Boys"
    $200 30
Just one look at this island southeast of Sumatra makes me want a cup of coffee
    $200 12
This line of auto body products includes 4 Minute Epoxy Steel & EZ Finish Bumper Repair Adhesive
    $200 1
This purple Jurassic giant is a PBS headliner
    $200 7
After years of trial & error, Nobel invented this explosive in 1866, making him a very rich man
    $400 8
The president of Gallaudet helped found the AAPD, American Association of People with these
    $400 28
"The ___ Seven"
    $400 19
Say ahhhhhhhh! The Dalton Iceberg Tongue on this continent actually looks like a tongue
    $400 13
Johnson & Johnson says it's a myth that uncovered wounds heal faster & advises using this adhesive brand
    $400 2
These crustaceans adhere to ships' hulls
    $400 17
Alfred Nobel was raised in this Russian city, then the capital, & also went to college there
    $600 9
As an old man in 1787, Ben Franklin took on the presidency of a "Society for Promoting the Abolition of" this
    $600 27
"The ___ Storm"
    $600 22
This world capital has the same name as a character in "Romeo and Juliet"
    $600 14
Because it was waterproof, this popular sticky stuff may have originally been named for the bird
    $600 3
Step right up! This impresario's ostentatious mansion was known as "Iranistan"
    $600 18
Nobel's will established his namesake prizes for chemistry, physics, medicine & physiology, literature & this
    $800 10
The Society Islands in French Polynesia got their name from a visit by Captain Cook & this society
    $800 26
"The ___ Bunch"
    $800 23
The Greater Antilles are big islands, like Cuba; the smaller ones may get a complex with this "diminuitive" name
    $800 15
Use instant glue for glass & white glue with a clamp for wood, which has these, like skin, for glue to enter
    $800 5
Aerial acrobatics popular in the Midwest after WWI
    DD: $2,000 20
In 1901 the first Nobel Prizes were awarded by academies & institutes of these 2 countries
    $1000 11
In 1957 Tom Hayden went off to college in Ann Arbor, where he would co-found this 1960s student organization
    $1000 25
"The ___ Gardener"
    $1000 24
A digitally enhanced map of these bodies of water in New York State shows you how they got this name
    $1000 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sticks some white stuff on the bottom of a vase.) A quick, adhering substance that holds valuables in place & won't harm wood shelves is sold as this type of putty, named for the type of institution that uses it
    $1000 6
Private 4-year women's college located at 3009 Broadway in Manhattan
    $1000 21
In the 1850s Nobel lived in the U.S. & studied under John Ericsson, the builder of this first Union ironclad warship

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Rich Mary Jacob
$3,000 $2,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Mary Jacob
$6,800 $3,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the burial site--you name the president.)
    $400 18
He penned the lines, "They looked nervous as cats... nervous as a couple of cats on a hot tin roof"
    $400 1
It begins, "Hello darkness, my old friend, I've come to talk with you again"
    $400 6
You'll get 3 As for effort for knowing the name of this mammal comes from Afrikaans for "earth pig"
    $400 26
This Western-type tie made with a cord & a sliding clasp is also called a shoelace tie
    $400 13
In the family plot at Monticello
    $400 8
It's the given name of NBA superstar "Magic" Johnson
    $800 19
Thornton Wilder, on more than one occasion, played the stage manager in this play of his
    $800 2
In "Mrs. Robinson" Simon wrote, "A nation turns its lonely eyes to" this man
    $800 7
Its name comes from Greek words meaning "nose-horned"
    $800 27
In 1966 this Algerian-born designer opened a series of boutiques called Rive Gauche
    $800 14
At his national historic site in West Branch, Iowa
    $800 9
This brand of natural spring water comes from the French Alps
    $1200 22
His autobiographical play "Chapter Two" dealt with the death of his first wife, Joan
    $1200 3
"Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona, see you, me and" him "down by the school yard"
    DD: $2,000 25
This large partly white sea bird derives its name in part from the Latin word for "white"
    $1200 28
These pants for women came down to just below the knee & were named for their common use in bicycling
    $1200 15
At the Notch Cemetery in Plymouth, Vermont
    $1200 10
Wapiti, also known in America as this, are actually one of the largest species of deer
    DD: $3,000 23
It's the Samuel Beckett play in which "Nothing happens, nobody comes, nobody goes, it's awful!"
    $1600 4
Simon's 1973 song about this color transparency film said "Give us those nice bright colors"
    $1600 21
The name of this red-haired denizen of Borneo's rain forests is Malay for "forest man"
    $1600 29
Several years before his topless bathing suits were the rage in 1964, women were buying his tube dresses
    $1600 16
At the Old North Cemetery in Concord, New Hampshire
    $1600 11
(Alex delivers the clue from Sony Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, posing for the camera with Kelly.) The Sony DSCT-100's face detection feature brings out expression by controlling focus, color, flash & this, the amount of light
    $2000 24
In this Wendy Wasserstein play, 3 Jewish sisters from Brooklyn meet up in London to celebrate a birthday
    $2000 5
In "Bridge Over Troubled Water", Simon told her to "Sail on... sail on by, your time has come to shine"
    $2000 20
This just in... noted for its strength, this breed of horse seen here was named for a schoolteacher
    $2000 30
This Spaniard opened his house in 1915 & counted the Duchess of Windsor & Princess Grace among his clients
    $2000 17
On the Capitol grounds in Nashville
    $2000 12
This type of school course is taken for fun, or just to expand your knowledge

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Mary Jacob
$18,200 $14,400 $5,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The wings on this, created in 1948, represent the "muse of art"; the atom represents the "electron of science"

Final scores:

Rich Mary Jacob
$28,801 $28,798 $0
2-day champion: $45,602 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rich Mary Jacob
$14,800 $14,400 $5,800
17 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
22 R,
4 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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Game tape date: 2007-12-05
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