Show #4743 - Wednesday, March 30, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 36.


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Rick Knutsen, a musician and stay-at-home dad from Brooklyn, New York

Craig Barker, an Advanced Placement history teacher from Livonia, Michigan

Amy Fine, a part-time teacher from Bethesda, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I hope you remember.)
    $200 1
It's the decade in which Baskin-Robbins introduced the flavor "Beatle Nut" & "Here Comes the Fudge"
    $200 2
Pulling no punches, it won awards for Best Picture, Actress, Supporting Actor & Director
    $200 26
Laura Scudder didn't invent this taste treat but did invent a way to bag them so they could be a snack food staple
    $200 21
The state where Ronald Reagan was born in 1911
    $200 16
Haggerty or Fogelberg
    $200 11
Maybe Sinatra was addressing Ava when he sang, "Call Me" this synonym for unreliable
    $400 3
Ben & Jerry's has made lots of dough with the ice cream named for this "Dough", its No. 2 seller in 2004
    $400 4
On accepting his award for Best Actor, Jamie Foxx thanked this man "for living"
    $400 27
Dona Bailey co-created this arcade game where a leggy arthropod has to be removed from a mushroom patch
    $400 22
The year he took up residence in the White House
    $400 17
A corned beef & sauerkraut sandwich on rye
    $400 12
Rather than "our debts", the Baltimore Catechism version of the Lord's prayer asks, "Forgive us" these
    $600 8
The exotic-sounding name of this Bronx-born brand is meant "to convey an aura of... Old-World traditions"
    $600 5
Sandy Powell must have been flying high after winning the Oscar for Costume Design for this film
    $600 28
In 1921 Kate Gleason built 100 tract homes, inspired by a visit to an assembly line for these
    $600 23
Nickname he gained from his role in "Knute Rockne--All American"
    $600 18
Goldie's "Private"
    DD: $2,400 13
King Xerxes crossed it in 480 B.C. to get to Europe
    $800 9
From the Italian for "foam", it's a molded ice cream dessert that often contains candied fruit
    $800 6
Original Screenplay honors went to... I can't remember... ah, yes, the writers of this Jim Carrey-Kate Winslet film
    $800 29
Patricia Bath has 4 patents for the laser that safely destroys this opacity of the eye's lens
    $800 24
His term as president of this began in 1947
    $800 19
It joins with "zooks!" as a mild or ironic oath
    $800 14
Someone who verbally represents another person or product
    $1000 10
Bunny Tracks is a signature flavor from this "colorful" brand that makes folks feel "hoppy"
    $1000 7
Acknowledged for making such great movies as "Equus", "The Verdict" & "12 Angry Men", he received an honorary award
    $1000 30
Teri Pall claimed the 1965 invention of this device that had a range of 2 miles; we don't know if it was a 900 MHz
    $1000 25
The California city that's home to his presidential library & burial site
    $1000 20
Sans the San, Hearst's California castle
    $1000 15
A defendant in a divorce case

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

Amy Craig Rick
$1,200 $2,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Craig Rick
$2,600 $4,000 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
During his career he produced about 240 paintings & drawings of the same woman--Helga Testorf
    $400 25
This chatty cat belongs to the Duchess in "Alice in Wonderland"
    $400 13
...who had a No. 1 hit with "You've Got A Friend"
    $400 19
Eton &
    $400 7
A horse or a person impatient at being held back is said to do this
    $400 2
(I'm Scott Van Pelt.) When this ESPN "Big Show" debuted September 7, 1979, fans were told, "You've gone to sports heaven"
    $800 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a slide of a painting.) Arcimboldo portraits, using non-human elements, anticipate by 350 years this movement, founded in the 1920s
    $800 27
In the poem "The Duel" there's a terrible spat between the Gingham Dog and this "Scrappy" cat
    DD: $4,400 14
...who was the last president to be born in a log cabin
    $800 20
Damietta &
    $800 8
All 435 square miles of it lie between the Adirondack & Green Mountains
    $800 3
(Hi, I'm Dan Patrick.) In 2004 this Colt was en fuego & the NFL was his "place" to throw a record 49 TD passes
    $1200 18
This New England painter once said, "Never put more than two waves in a picture; it's fussy"
    $1200 28
Claudine loves to read poems about kitties to Fanchette the cat in "Claudine and Annie" by this "Gigi" novelist
    $1200 15
The 2 Jameses who co-starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movies "Promise" & "My Name Is Bill W"
    $1200 21
Luang Prabang &
    $1200 10
Sadly, he died on the opening night of his last hit musical, "42nd Street"
    $1200 4
(Scott Van Pelt reads the clue.) You can relive memories like 1977 NBA final games on the channel launched under this name in 1997
    $1600 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a slide of a painting.) Géricault was just 21 in 1812 when he painted our next work, which displays the turbulence of this movement
    $1600 29
This woman's cat Sneaky Pie gets credit as her co-author on such mystery novels as "Murder, She Meowed"
    $1600 16
...who conjured up Shangri-La for a 1933 novel
    $1600 22
Yaroslavl &
    $1600 11
Divided into 2 parts by the Rond-Point, it stretches 1.17 miles through Paris
    $1600 5
(Dan Patrick reads the clue.) From baseball, basketball & boxing, they were named by ESPN's "Sports Century" the 3 greatest North American Athletes of the 20th Century
    $2000 26
In 1943 Jackson Pollock had his first solo exhibit at "Art of this Century", this woman's NYC gallery
    DD: $800 30
He wrote an "Ode on the Death of a Favorite Cat" (as well as that other famous "Elegy")
    $2000 17
...who was known as the "Hoosier Poet"
    $2000 23
Niamey &
    $2000 12
The first "Farm Aid" relief concert was held in 1985 in this North-Central U.S. city
    $2000 6
(Scott Van Pelt reads the clue.) When ESPN began here in Connecticut in 1979, most MLB highlights were of these 3 nearby teams; they could be taped off TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Craig Rick
$9,400 $11,600 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This term for a sudden piece of good fortune literally refers to fruit blown to the ground

Final scores:

Amy Craig Rick
$18,800 $21,599 $23,201
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Winner: $23,201 + an advance to UToC Round 2

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amy Craig Rick
$9,400 $17,200 $15,600
11 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,200

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Game tape date: 2005-03-02
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