Show #4556 - Monday, May 31, 2004

Anne Boyd game 5.


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Jerry Harvey, a freelance educator originally from California, Missouri

Patti Gregg, a college administrator from Decatur, Georgia

Anne Boyd, a freelance writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $84,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
This tiny nation in the Pyrenees is one of the 3 nations of Europe officially designated as principalities
    $200 10
(Hi, I'm Bill Walton.) On March 26, 1973 I helped this school to the NCAA championship by making 21 of 22 shots against Memphis State
    $200 9
Collectors of this ever-fashionable doll know that she's celebrating the 45th anniversary of her debut
    $200 1
In 275 B.C. Manius Curius Dentatus brought the first of these animals to Rome; that was about 60 years before Hannibal
    $200 4
Mainstream street spot where politicians seem to stay
    $200 11
Some strive to have abs as hard & ripply as this laundry implement
    $400 8
Appropriately, it's the "Hellenic Republic"
    $400 17
(Hi, I'm Becky Hammon.) In game 1 of the 2002 WNBA finals, I was 4 for 6 on these shots--"beyond the arc", as we say
    $400 22
The Waxhouse/Scentmasters sells starter kits for making these; they contain wax, scenting oil & plenty of wick
    $400 2
In 67 B.C. Pompey was out fighting these on the high seas of the Mediterranean
    $400 18
In the '90s, FOB didn't mean "freight on board", it stood for "Friends of" him
    $400 12
To hone or stimulate, like an appetite or one's curiosity
    $600 16
One of the world's 2 sultanates
    $600 25
(Hi, I'm Julius Erving.) With under 3 minutes left, I scored 7 straight points to rally this team in the game that won us the 1983 NBA title
    $600 3
Patricius, the son of Calpurnius, a Roman nobleman, traveled to & became the patron saint of this country
    $600 19
They're referred to so often they're just called WMD
    $600 13
An eddy or a maelstrom
    $800 23
Since its former rulers were defeated, it's been known as a "transitional Islamic state"
    $800 26
(I'm Jalen Rose.) In a 2003 game I had 21 points, 11 assists & 14 rebounds for my first career one of these
    $800 5
The Romans founded the city of Antinoopolis in Egypt to honor Antinous, who had drowned in this river
    $800 20
News organizations find politicians speak in these quotable snappy snippets
    $800 14
A river, canal or other route for transport or travel for ships
    $1000 24
This European country is a confederation
    $1000 27
(I'm NBA Hall of Famer Walt Frazier.) On May 8, 1970 I scored 36 points to lead this team to their first championship
    $1000 6
Augustus' brother-in-law, he alienated the Romans by spending so much time in Egypt
    DD: $2,700 21
Phrases from this "Puzzle Palace" include "flexible response" & "credible deterrent"
    $1000 15
In "The Hollow Men", T.S. Eliot wrote, "The world ends not with a bang but" this

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

Anne Patti Jerry
$3,000 $1,400 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Patti Jerry
$2,600 $100 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
David McCullouch earned the 1978 History Award for "Path Between the Seas", about the creation of this from 1870 to 1914
    $400 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reads from outside a casino.) In this 1998 film, Raoul Duke & Dr. Gonzo cruise the strip, terrorizing squares
    $400 9
William of Orange, like his father William II, wed an English girl named this
    $400 10
He left the White House in 1809, went home & never left Virginia for the remaining 17 years of his life
    $400 11
In 1976 this perfect 10 Romanian had to remind the persistent press she was only 14
    $400 12
Term for a person who keeps taking abuse & humiliation: it's like he has "welcome" written on him
    $800 7
At the first National Book Awards, in 1950, Ralph Rusk won for his biography of this other Ralph, an essayist
    $800 2
After her single mom/waitress turn in "As Good as It Gets", she played a single mom/Vegas waitress in "Pay it Forward"
    $800 15
Doing this 48 times in 1963 put Valentina Tereshkova in the headlines
    $800 16
The portrait seen here is a mosaic done in these, a favorite of President Reagan's
    $800 20
Type of business seen here that was popular in the '40s & '50s
    $1200 8
His novel "Herzog" won in the Fiction category in 1965
    $1200 3
Spacy 1984 film featuring the following sequence

"Hit the giant jackpot and your troubles are over! Half a million dollars, folks! Who's gonna take a shot?"
"Define giant jackpot."
"A giant jackpot is a lot of money."
"Money? Geetus? Bread? An arm and a leg?"
    $1200 17
In 1628 the British took this founder of Quebec prisoner, holding him in England until 1633
    $1200 21
During the Vietnam War, LBJ dreamed he was this WWI president after the stroke
    $1200 22
Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary is the highest rank of this
    $1600 13
She won in the category children's fiction (paperback) for "Ramona and her Mother"
    $1600 4
In the first of these films, Whoopi Goldberg was a Reno lounge singer; in the second she's a Vegas headliner
    $1600 18
Depicted here during a demonstration in 1854, he's the inventor safe & sound up on the platform
    DD: $200 25
A heating pad kept him warm during his second inauguration, the first one held in January
    $1600 23
If you have a radioactive spill, who do you call? This emergency team
    $2000 14
Jonathan Franzen didn't want Oprah's Book Club seal, but thanked her when this novel won the 2001 fiction award
    $2000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reads from Las Vegas.) In "Viva Las Vegas", Elvis & his rival, Count Elmo Mancini, tour the strip looking for her
    $2000 19
By 1946, he'd catalogued over 29,000 galaxies, almost 4,000 asteroids & 1 new planet--Pluto
    $2000 26
Washington, D.C. locale where President Garfield was fatally shot
    DD: $10,000 27
Women performing this event with no equipment but a mat must make the moves to match the tempo & mood of the music
    $2000 24
This prefix is from the Greek for "blood"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Patti Jerry
$17,600 $4,900 $20,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

To journey through 3 adjacent states that start with the same letter, you have to go through these 3

Final scores:

Anne Patti Jerry
$17,600 $0 $35,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $35,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Anne Patti Jerry
$19,000 $7,600 $12,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2004-02-24
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