Show #4333 - Wednesday, June 4, 2003

Jim Stalley game 1.


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Nancy McIsaac, a substitute teacher from Golden, Colorado

Jim Stalley, a crime data specialist from Denver, Colorado

Warren Usui, a computer programmer from Pacific Palisades, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $59,990)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
(Alex: That was a good decade!)
    $200 21
1972's Operation Linebacker II is better known as these "yuletide" bombings of Hanoi & Haiphong
    $200 16
The museum of this 19th C. Dutch-born painter is on an Amsterdam street named for 17th C. painter Paulus Potter
    $200 1
Title time for a "Night's Dream"
    $200 26
Once seen as Emma Peel, she was Mrs. Danvers in "Rebecca" on "Masterpiece Theatre"
    $200 3
These largest game birds of North America are traditionally enjoyed in November
    $200 7
In Article 11 of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, the 2 words on either side of "until proved"
    $400 22
Under the name "Tastes Good Tastes Happy", this U.S. brand made its debut in China
    $400 17
A blue sculpture of a hippopotamus named William has become a mascot of this large NYC museum
    $400 2
Precedes "Ado About Nothing"
    $400 27
She was magic as professor Minerva McGonagall in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
    $400 10
Edgar Allan Poe could tell you that it was the first bird Noah sent out from the ark to seek dry land
    $400 8
In "Night of the Hunter" Robert Mitchum has these 2 words on his hands
    DD: $3,000 23
In 1976 Elias Sarkis became president of this Mideast country, then often described as "war-torn"
    $600 18
The New Haven Colony Historical Society in Connecticut has his original cotton gin on display
    $600 4
Antonio is one "of Venice"
    $600 28
Though only a dame, she played the queen of Genovia in "The Princess Diaries"
    $600 11
This large member of the crow family shares its name with a piece used in the game of chess
    $600 9
Instead of just "Yes" & "No", "Star Trek" personnel usually use these 2 longer words
    $800 24
The title of this Robert Pirsig bestseller tells you it relates to Buddhism as well as other things
    $800 19
A museum at this theologian's Wittenberg home has a vast collection of Reformation history
    $800 5
Fairy queen mentioned by Mercutio
    $800 29
A type of crunchy toast was created for & named for this Australian opera diva
    $800 12
This small flightless bird is the only bird with its nostrils at the end of its beak
    $800 14
Geologic phrase meaning "highs & lows", or Cathy Morelli's column about the highs & lows of womanhood
    $1000 25
In 1978 this ex-premier urged Italy's government to meet his kidnappers' demands; it didn't
    $1000 20
You can buy RR souvenirs at the Tennessee home where this engineer lived at the time of his 1900 death
    $1000 6
Duncan's eldest son
    $1000 13
It's the "precious metal" yellow songbird known scientifically as Carduelis tristus
    $1000 15
Antonyms found in Matthew 20:16, "The ____ shall be ____"

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

Warren Jim Nancy
$1,200 $1,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Warren Jim Nancy
$6,600 $3,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Paris) "L'addition, s'il vous plait!" I've just asked the waiter to bring me this
    $400 16
Established in 1863, the International Committee of this organization gives aid to victims of war
    $400 21
Robert Goddard got his first ride in an airplane from this noted aviator who helped him get funding
    $400 22
Faye Dunaway & Warren Beatty
    $400 11
He spins in Virginia when the legal federal holiday for his birthday is celebrated as "Presidents' Day"
    $400 6
That there's a state in this clue is a foregone conclusion
    $800 2
(Jimmy) I'm on my way back to my Paris hotel; I hope I can find "la clef"
    $800 17
CPJ, the Committee to Protect these people, presents annual press freedom awards
    $800 27
The young Robert read & reread this author's "From the Earth to the Moon", making corrections in its margins
    $800 23
Paul Newman & Robert Redford
    $800 12
When his name was removed from a once-besieged city, he spun right out of Lenin's tomb & into a humbler grave
    $800 7
The newspaper's sales force prefers you buy a color ad over a black & white one
    $1200 3
(Jimmy) In 1957, one of these changed the height of the Eiffel Tower from 984 to 1,052 feet
    DD: $2,000 18
The Don't Make a Wave Committee, opposed to weapons tests in Alaska, grew into this broader organization
    $1200 30
The rocket launcher Goddard developed in 1918 was the forerunner of this WWII shoulder-wielded weapon
    $1200 24
George Clooney & Chris O'Donnell
    $1200 13
He might turn in his pauper's grave when people use the following ring on their phones
    $1200 8
Fidelio was Beethoven's only opera (but has it played in Dubuque?)
    $1600 4
You'll find some funny-looking heads on the Rue de Thorigny in the musee named for him
    $1600 19
This American committee has an e-mail service called Gold Medal Pass
    $1600 29
Needing a place with clear skies, Goddard moved from Massachusetts to this spooky New Mexico town
    $1600 25
Sean Connery & Audrey Hepburn
    $1600 14
Louis Sullivan turned in this city when its stock exchange, which he designed, was demolished
    DD: $8,600 9
A temple is nice, but a house is a home
    $2000 5
They make a dandy pressed duck at this restaurant called "La Tour" for short
    $2000 20
Congress' largest standing committee is the one on these, setting funding for agencies & programs
    $2000 28
To prove Newton's Third Law worked in space, Goddard built one of these in his lab to test his rockets in
    $2000 26
Gary Oldman & Chloe Webb
    $2000 15
The topless bars named for this Indian leader, Spotted Tail's nephew, have him spinning in his secret grave
    $2000 10
When buying pecans from this state I don't know whether to get large or giant-sized containers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Warren Jim Nancy
$6,800 $10,600 $8,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the latitude of the South Pole

Final scores:

Warren Jim Nancy
$13,598 $17,900 $3,599
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $17,900 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Warren Jim Nancy
$12,200 $10,600 $8,600
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W
15 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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Game tape date: 2003-02-18
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