Show #5477 - Tuesday, June 3, 2008


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Lisa Boles, a multimedia producer from Marlborough, Massachusetts

Alonzo Alexander, a teacher originally from Norlina, North Carolina

Chris Vestuto, a test prep teacher from Goleta, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Some say this Scottish queen married the Earl of Bothwell only because he abducted her
    $200 11
Jake & Elwood are on a mission from God in this film
    $200 16
"Ask any mermaid
you happen to see,
"What's the best tuna?'..."
    $200 20
Smile! A photograph was taken of you with one of these photon streams that's also known as a Roentgen ray
    $200 26
Boneshakers, Velocipedes, & Schwinns abound in a museum honoring this mode of transport
    $200 6
5-letter word meaning to utter loudly
    $400 3
In "You Learn By Living", this first lady of the 1940s challenged, "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"
    $400 12
2 friends are on a mission with their Illinois public access show in this film
    $400 17
This cereal is "A honey of an O"
    $400 21
You might be needled by this 4,000-year-old technique in widespread use in Chinese hospitals
    $400 27
The Shrine of the Book, which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, is a wing of this country's national museum
    $400 7
A type of extra strength beer that might make you extra big
    $600 4
She plotted against the French Revolution & gave military secrets to her brother Leopold II
    $600 13
2 aliens from the planet Remulak are on a mission to raise their teen daughter in this film
    $600 18
It "rinses cleaner than soap"
    $600 22
Intensive care is also called this "care", like the condition patients may be in
    $600 28
Honorees at the Astronaut Hall of Fame in Florida include this first American in space
    $600 8
A tornado that forms over a lake or ocean
    DD: $1,000 5
This 19th century woman boasted, "I never ran my train off the track & I never lost a passenger"
    $800 14
Will Ferrell & Chris Kattan are on a mission to get into the best club in town & open their own in this film
    $800 19
"You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with" this
    $800 23
It's this person's job to knock you out in the O.R.
(without using a hammer)
    $800 29
You might say this company's World of Rubber in Akron, Ohio is one museum you'll never tire of
    $800 9
In surf slang, it's to fall off your surfboard, you hodad
    $1000 1
"Democracy and Social Ethics" is a 1902 book by this founder of Hull House
    $1000 15
Julia Sweeney is on a mission to have a relationship with Chris, a person of indeterminate sex in this film
    $1000 25
This brand "has the lock on freshness"
    $1000 24
A neonatal ICU may contain several isolettes, a type of this chamber, from the Latin for "to lie down"
    $1000 30
In 1997 a museum devoted to this artist opened in Santa Fe, New Mexico
    $1000 10
"Colorful" loss of electrical power as a result of overuse by consumers

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

Chris Alonzo Lisa
$1,800 $5,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Alonzo Lisa
$4,800 $8,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
Sherpas & gurkhas lurka in Pokhara in this country
    $400 1
In 1994 she played Rizzo in a revival of "Grease"; in '07 it turned out she wasn't "hopelessly devoted" to "The View"
    $400 7
One who steals in the night:
"B Is For..."
    $400 22
To turn a novel into a stage play
    $400 17
"Goings On About Town" & "The Talk of the Town" are regular features of this magazine
    $400 12
In the American colonies in the 1770s, the British East India Company had a monopoly on the sale of this beverage
    $800 3
(Jeff Probst delivers the clue from China.) Zhelin is sometimes called a lake, but it's really one of these French-sounding bodies of water
    $800 23
Carol Channing let Pearl Bailey play this part in 2 Broadway revivals but returned in 1995
    $800 8
Go softly, detective:
"G Is For..."
    $800 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the lab.) After doing this to a needle by rubbing it 50 times on both ends, when movement stops it should always point North & South
    $800 18
Henry Luce helped create these 2 magazines, in 1923 & 1936
    $800 13
"Taste the rainbow" of fruit flavors with this candy brand
    $1200 4
A national monument in Cork, the second city of this country, honors the Rebellion of 1798
    DD: $2,000 28
In 2002 gingham & lots of corn were part of the theme of the opening night party for this musical revival
    $1200 9
Imminent danger:
"P Is For..."
    $1200 25
In countries where this type of salt is used, goiter virtually disappears
    $1200 19
This hip-hop music magazine was founded by Quincy Jones
    $1200 14
(Jon of the Clue Crew gives the clue while playing the bass.) In music, it describes a tone lowered a half-step in pitch, like when I go from here to here
    $1600 5
Yes, we have piranhas in the Parana, the river that flows into this Uruguayan-Argentine estuary
    $1600 29
This 1945 Rodgers & Hammerstein show came "around" again to win the first Tony for Best Musical Revival, in 1994
    $1600 10
Rebound like a bullet off a wall:
"R Is For..."
    $1600 26
We feared the epidemic would spread, but now we've done this, restricted it to one area
    $1600 20
The magazine is a mix of lifestyles & sexy stuff; this cocktail is a mix of lime & cranberry juices, vodka & Cointreau
    $1600 15
Flaneur is a French term for this kind of lazy person, also a type of shoe
    $2000 6
In 1879 the British improved the road through this, the most famous pass in the Safed Koh range
    $2000 30
Willem Dafoe is seen here as this simian title character in a 1997 revival of an O'Neill drama
    $2000 11
Who goes there?
"T Is For..."
    DD: $2,000 27
This word, coined about 15 years before "hypnotize", is now used as a synonym
    $2000 21
Its first issue in 1845 included "A Smoke Filter for Locomotives" & the "Cause of Sound and Thunder"
    $2000 16
This famous 19th c. clipper ship shares its name with a brand of scotch

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Alonzo Lisa
$20,400 $22,200 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1951 this company whose origins date back to 1876 became the first U.S. company to have 1 million stockholders

Final scores:

Chris Alonzo Lisa
$10,400 $3,599 $100
2-day champion: $24,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Alonzo Lisa
$19,600 $22,000 $5,000
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $46,600

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Game tape date: 2008-02-27
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