Show #5441 - Monday, April 14, 2008


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Drew Beechum, a computer programmer from Valley Village, California

Jeanne Juneau, a wellness consultant and student from Fort Worth, Texas

Leslie Feder, a real estate advisor and investor from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", he's the designer & master navigator of a submarine
    $200 12
In 1994 Pearl Jam complained to the U.S. Justice Dept. that this company held a monopoly on concert sales
    $200 17
On the way to becoming the name it is today, "Covent Garden" lost this letter
    $200 11
The term "cephalopoda" refers to these 2 body parts
    $200 26
It's the only state flag with a picture of a president on it; the same portrait is on the state's seal
    $200 1
In names of holidays, this word precedes Saints' Day & Souls' Day
    $400 7
Mia discovers she's not just a goofy teen but also Genovian royalty in this Meg Cabot novel
    $400 13
"Are we not men? We are" this New Wave group that gave us "Whip It"
    $400 18
It's the large river that runs through Albuquerque & Brownsville
    $400 22
The tentacles of cephalopods bear these, also a name for P.T. Barnum's customers
    $400 27
This state's flag includes the motto "Forward" & a shield that might be described as a cheesy shade of yellow
    $400 2
The Rhode Island Greening is a tart one of these you can use to make tarts
    $600 8
(Hi, I'm Neil Patrick Harris.) My first acting break was in elementary school when I played the dog in the musical version of this novel turned 1939 film
    $600 14
"I Want You To Want" this Robin Zander band that went platinum "at Budokan"
    $600 19
Its chemical symbol is Sn
    $600 23
Sepia is a variety of this 3-letter defensive secretion produced by cephalopods
    $600 28
Oklahoma's flag features crosses, which are Native American signs for these objects seen on many other flags
    $600 3
The 2 signs of the zodiac that fit the category
    $800 9
In this novel "Pongo and Missus... barked... and... the news of the stolen puppies was travelling across England"
    $800 15
In 1989 Rolling Stone named this "Murmur"-ing quartet America's hippest band
    $800 20
This British archaeologist's last dig (the one they put him in) was at Putney Vale Cemetery in 1939, not in Egypt
    $800 24
This giant cephalopod has the largest eyes of any creature; they can be as big as a basketball
    DD: $1,000 29
A defeated tyrant's fallen crown lies near him on the flag of this Southern state
    $800 4
Dappled horse believed to have descended from wild mustangs in Nez Perce territory
    $1000 10
He says, "The animal within me licking the chops of memory; the spiritual side... promising... penitence"
    $1000 16
This 1962 Roy Orbison hit is subtitled "How Long Must I Dream"
    $1000 21
The Hanukkah song "Maoz Tzur" shares its English title with this Christian hymn that "clefts for me"
    $1000 25
This chambered cephalopod is the only one with an external shell
    $1000 30
The flags of these two Eastern states that border each other both depict the goddess Liberty holding a liberty cap
    $1000 5
Richard the Lion-Heart was duke of this French area that his mother Eleanor had inherited

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

Leslie Jeanne Drew
$3,400 $200 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Jeanne Drew
$5,000 $1,400 $7,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
He pitched a career-record 7 no-hitters:
4 in the 1970s,
one in the '80s &
2 in the '90s
    $400 11
"Don't leave home without" this company, "AXP" on the Dow
    $400 1
Born Iva Toguri in Los Angeles, she was convicted of broadcasting anti-U.S. radio propaganda from Japan during WWII
    $400 16
In the first James Bond film, this villain's base of operations was Crab Key
    $400 24
This former veep returned to politics in 2002 to run for the Senate seat opened by Paul Wellstone's death
    $400 6
If you spend your days making burgers & BLTs at place called Roxie's Diner, this is your profession
    $800 22
This Yankees manager was hired by the Dodgers in 2007
    $800 12
"Cover the Earth" has been a trademark of this hyphenated paint company since 1905
    DD: $2,000 2
Evelyn "Billie" Frechette was the moll of this 1930s bank robber & recounted their lives together in a jail confession
    $800 17
The first base Marlow sees in this tale is Outer Station; an accountant tells him Kurtz is at the Inner Station
    $800 25
She beat Warren G. Harding (not that one) for Texas treasurer in 1982; later, she would be governor
    $800 7
Adjective that's a synonym for "irascible"
    $1200 23
In 2004 this team's Ichiro Suzuki had 262 hits, breaking George Sisler's 84-year-old record
    $1200 13
"A sandwich is a sandwich, but" this "is a meal"
    $1200 3
She was born October 1, 1910 in Rowena, Texas; her two-year crime spree ended violently in 1934
    $1200 18
This oldest permanent European settlement in America was burned by Drake in 1586
    DD: $3,000 26
Elected to the Senate in 1970, he was No. 2 on the 1988 Democratic ticket
    $1200 8
3 into 9, for example
    $1600 28
This A.L. team's Jacobs Field has the largest video screen in the major leagues
    $1600 14
"Raise your hand if you're" this deodorant
    $1600 4
She was arrested by the police in 1992 after shooting Joey Buttafuoco's wife
    $1600 19
The first base he established on Antarctica was "Little America" on the Bay of Whales
    $1600 27
The Smothers Bros. got this comedian to run in '68; amazingly he'd finish 2nd in the '96 N.H Dem. primary
    $1600 9
"Silent Snow, Secret Snow" by Conrad Aiken is a classic one
    $2000 29
In the 1980s 2 players stole 100 or more bases in a season 3 times: Vince Coleman & this Oakland A's star
    $2000 15
Once the "world's most experienced airline", it was grounded in 1991
    $2000 5
In January of 1935, federal agents gunned down this famous mother & her son Fred
    $2000 20
In 2003 Buckley in Colorado was the first Air Force base to fly the U.S. flag raised on this Pacific mountain in 1945
    $2000 10
Now meaning a quick, careless treatment, it was originally a hurry-up penance given to criminals before execution

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Jeanne Drew
$3,200 $9,400 $14,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The idea for these TV creatures sprang from rabbits in Australia that multiplied at an incredible rate

Final scores:

Leslie Jeanne Drew
$4,605 $50 $18,801
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leslie Jeanne Drew
$6,200 $8,200 $14,200
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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Game tape date: 2008-02-06
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