Show #5449 - Thursday, April 24, 2008


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Lance Durbin, a transportation manager originally from Kettle Falls, Washington

Cathy Rosenberg, a schoolteacher from Marlton, New Jersey

Suzanne Cappozzo, a retired educator from Palos Heights, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
The Jews are expelled from this nation by King Edward I
    $200 6
"A murdered wife. A one-armed man. An obsessed detective. The chase begins."
    $200 1
This brand of petroleum jelly was selling a jar a minute in the U.S. by the 1880s, & it's still a favorite
    $200 21
If you pawn your chess set, the shop will check to make sure there are this many pawns in it
    $200 24
Article 21 says elections shall be held by secret this
    $200 11
General term for a Xerox machine or a medieval transcriber
    $400 17
The first synagogue of this branch of Judaism opens in Hamburg
    $400 7
"Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water..."
    $400 2
The company that sold Nikkor lenses in the 1930s started selling cameras under this brand in 1946
    $400 22
In castling, you move the king & this piece (aka a castle) simultaneously
    $400 27
Article 4 prohibits anyone being made one of these or traded as one
    $400 12
A decorative floral arrangement in the middle of a dining table
    $600 18
Theodor Herzl holds the first congress of this group; in one year it would have 800 chapters in Europe
    $600 8
"She brought a small town to its feet and a huge corporation to its knees"
    $600 3
Adjective before "Dog" in a brand line from Purina
    $600 23
It's the only chess piece that can jump over others
    $600 28
Sweet--Article 24 says workers have the right to holidays with this
    $600 13
5-letter term for saintly goodliness or reverence
    $800 19
This 1st modern Jewish city is founded; today it's the financial & cultural center of Israel
    DD: $1,000 9
"Collide with destiny"
    $800 4
The last names of chemists Franklin & Aldam combined in this brand name when they came up with a new oil filter
    $800 25
The 17th letter of the English alphabet, in chess notation it stands for the most powerful piece on the board
    $800 29
"All children, whether born in or out of" this, "shall enjoy the same social protection"
    $800 14
A small sword with a narrow blade used for thrusting
    $1000 20
This prime minister agrees to the Oslo Peace Accords along with Yasser Arafat
    $1000 10
"Rule the planet"
    $1000 5
In "Lost in Translation", Bill Murray does ads for this, Japan's oldest whiskey brand
    $1000 26
The final stage, with most of the pieces off the board, it's also a Samuel Beckett play title
    $1000 30
The Dec. of Indep. links these words with "the pursuit of happiness"; the U.N. links them with "security of person"
    $1000 15
Jerry Rubin & Abbie Hoffman were founding members of this group

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

Suzanne Cathy Lance
$600 $2,800 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Suzanne Cathy Lance
$2,200 $7,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The heroine of her 1849 novel "Shirley" was inspired by her sister Emily
    $400 15
Longtime TV island-dweller Bob, or longtime singer & Rocky-Mountain dweller John
    $400 3
Ross Moore, tired of hanging out the laundry, invented this
    $400 11
In 1871 he began a 19-year period as the leader of Germany
    $400 8
It's the sea just southeast of the Gulf of Mexico
    $400 26
They're the 2 antonyms separated by "or" on an Old West wanted poster for a really bad fugitive
    $800 2
In English, the title of this Hermann Hesse novel means "The Prairie Wolf"
    $800 16
In music's Top 40: Daryl or Tom T.
    $800 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Kadena Air Base in Japan.) The 30-foot rotating dome on top of the AWACS E-3 is a highly advanced version of this system first implemented in England in the 1930s
    $800 12
If this famous inventor wanted to phone home, it would be to Edinburgh, where he was born in 1847
    $800 9
It's the only Great Lake entirely within the U.S.
    $800 27
Antonyms of "tall" & "thin" that describe "a little teapot" in a children's song
    DD: $3,000 21
The novel "Trilby" introduced this hypnotist whose name is synonymous with evil manipulation
    $1200 18
"King of Queens" Kevin, or king of the court LeBron
    $1200 5
On Oct. 1, 1942 Robert Stanley took off in the XP-59A as the first American leaving on one of these
    $1200 13
From 1992-99 he was CNN's senior White House correspondent covering the tenure of President Clinton
    $1200 10
India, Bangladesh & Burma border this bay of the Indian Ocean
    $1200 28
Whatever your politics, "hidari" & "migi" still mean these directions in Japanese
    $1600 22
Fanchette is "the most intelligent cat in the world" in the "Claudine" books by this "Gigi" novelist
    $1600 19
"Top Gun"ner Val, or '70s NFL gunner Billy
    $1600 6
In 1686 Edmond Halley, not Al Roker, published the first comprehensive one of these maps
    $1600 14
Known as the "King of Torts", this San Francisco lawyer defended Jack Ruby at his murder trial
    $1600 24
Most of the Greek Isles are in this sea, an arm of the Mediterranean
    DD: $1,000 29
In law, there are these 2 main kinds of "nuisance"
    $2000 23
"The Wapshot Scandal" was this New Englander's sequel to "The Wapshot Chronicle"
    $2000 20
Mormon religion founder Joseph, or "Howdy Doody Show" founder Buffalo Bob
    $2000 7
(Sarah & Jon of the Clue Crew report from the lab.) The oscillations of a plucked rubber band are normally too fast to see, but it appears slowed down in front of a monitor, which pulses & acts like this lighting instrument used for high-speed photography
    $2000 17
This British horror novelist was executive producer of the 1998 film "Gods and Monsters"
    $2000 25
This Eurasian "sea" is actually the world's largest lake
    $2000 30
The 2 antonymic varieties of petroleum that could also describe your table manners

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Suzanne Cathy Lance
$7,200 $14,800 $15,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Plains State capital of only 14,000 people is the only U.S. capital with no letters of its state in its name

Final scores:

Suzanne Cathy Lance
$14,399 $28,400 $29,799
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $29,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Suzanne Cathy Lance
$10,200 $15,800 $15,600
13 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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Game tape date: 2008-02-12
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