Show #4334 - Thursday, June 5, 2003

Jim Stalley game 2.


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Brian Schweiger, a graduate student from Nashville, Tennessee

Liz Martin, a teacher from Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Jim Stalley, a crime data specialist from Denver, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The X-Men know it's a change in a DNA molecule of a cell that's passed on to an offspring cell
    $200 6
This sparkling term for the playing field is as old as baseball
    $200 16
At up to $300 a pound, the world's costliest variety of this breakfast beverage is Kopi Luwak
    $200 26
Died Aug. 30, 30 B.C.:
Alexandria, Egypt
    $200 21
When the newspaper gives the price of this, it may be the light sweet crude type
    $200 7
"The Sweetest Place on Earth" is an amusement park in Pennsylvania, operated by this company
    $400 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) This type of electricity can build up on an insulated object like a balloon
    $400 15
The "H" in the old Schaeffer sign in Ebbets Field lit up for a hit; an "E" was lit when one of these occurred
    $400 17
This 3-letter word follows "egg" in a drink popular during the winter holidays
    $400 27
Died Oct. 16, 1793:
Paris, France
    $400 22
The NYSE is known as the "Big" one of these, a word that was once part of its name
    $400 8
The pineapple traditionally symbolized this virtue, so it was carved at the entrances to homes
    $600 3
First described by an English physician in 1817, this disease is marked by tremors of the hands
    $600 14
This term for the pitcher & catcher may refer to the firepower between them
    $600 18
The first Pilsner varieties of this were brewed in 1842 in the Czech kingdom of Bohemia
    $600 28
Died March 24, 1603:
Richmond, England
    $600 23
A big part of Pres. Bush's 2003 stimulus proposal was eliminating tax on these paid by companies to shareholders
    $600 9
Talk about a loudmouth -- one of these New World monkeys can be heard from nearly 2 miles away
    $800 4
Spanning about 35 degrees in the southern sky, the Gum Nebula is a large remnant of one of these explosions
    $800 13
"Shade in the hole" tells the shortstop to move closer to this
    $800 19
Add peach-flavored schnapps to orange juice to create this "fuzzy" potent potable
    $800 29
Died Nov. 26, 1504:
Medina del Campo, Spain
    $800 24
Treasury notes & treasury bonds take more than a year to mature; treasury these, a year or less
    $800 10
Dorothy Parker used this word, the science of growing fruits, flowers, etc., in a famous quip
    DD: $1,000 5
"From the Big Bang to Black Holes" is the subtitle of this landmark book by physicist Stephen Hawking
    $1000 12
A walk year is the season before a player becomes one of these
    $1000 20
Let's all have one of these icy rum cocktails named for a Cuban rum-producing district
    $1000 30
(An empress) Died July 1918:
Yekaterinburg, Russia
    $1000 25
Named SEC chairman in 2002, he founded an investment research firm along with Lufkin & Jenrette
    $1000 11
The book of Proverbs tells us, "Before honor is" this

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

Jim Liz Brian
$200 $2,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Liz Brian
$2,800 $5,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "A" & end with the letter "E".)
    $400 14
In 1540 Garcia Lopez de Cardenas & his group discovered this 277-mile-long, 5,000-foot-deep natural wonder
    $400 9
We spied Antonio Banderas & Carla Gugino as secret agent parents in this 2001 film
    $400 6
In 1828 Dingane murdered his half-brother Shaka & became ruler of this Bantu-speaking people
    $400 30
One-A-Day & Centrum are 2 of the brands of these you'll find on the shelves
    $400 15
Also known as a cougar, this cat with a 4-letter name can spring up to about 20 feet in one leap
    $400 1
Give up the throne
    $800 22
In 1579 this English circumnavigator put the Golden Hind in for repairs at an inlet north of San Francisco
    $800 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew skiing in Colorado) In a spectacular chase scene, 007 skis off of a cliff near the beginning of this 1977 James Bond film
    $800 7
It's estimated that more than 40% of Africa is covered by grasslands called these
    $800 29
This product from Cutex comes in several varieties including non-acetone
    $800 16
The Sumatran is the only species of this cat that now lives on an island; the rest live on the Asian mainland
    $800 2
A song standard says, "You've got to" do this to "the positive, eliminate the negative"
    $1200 23
This city was founded in 1565 by Pedro Menendez de Aviles & served as capital of Spanish Florida for over 200 years
    $1200 11
Yeah, Baby! It was the second Austin Powers film
    DD: $1,600 8
This west African nation's flag bears a star on a blue background, & red & white stripes
    $1200 28
A jar of this Vicks ointment contains camphor, menthol & eucalyptus, so you should breathe a lot easier
    $1200 17
Its scientific name is Panthera leo
    $1200 3
This sea mollusk, a source of mother-of-pearl, is sometimes called an ear shell
    $1600 24
This colony sponsored by Sir Walter Raleigh was founded in July 1587 but all the colonists had vanished by 1590
    $1600 12
Brad Pitt played the protege of CIA agent Robert Redford in this 2001 thriller
    $1600 20
Africa stretches about 4,700 miles from Cap Vert in the west to Raas Xaafuun in this country on the "Horn"
    $1600 27
With this type of lotion used to relieve itching from poison oak & poison ivy you'll be "in the pink", literally
    $1600 18
This fastest cat only sprints for short distances; otherwise, its body temperature rises to lethal levels
    DD: $2,400 4
In 1964 this city was hit hard by a 9.2 earthquake
    $2000 25
This Italian reached the coast of North Carolina in 1524 & sailed up the coast to New York Bay
    $2000 13
Richard Burton earned an Oscar nomination for this film version of a John le Carre novel
    $2000 21
In 1984 Upper Volta changed its name to this, which means "Land of the Honest People"
    $2000 26
If you're looking for this 10-letter type of item, try Neet or Nair
    $2000 19
Pre-Columbian civilizations in Mexico & Central America worshiped this largest New World cat as a god
    $2000 5
Seen here, this lizard is often mistaken for a chameleon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Liz Brian
$16,000 $6,200 $5,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Sounds easy, doesn't it?)
This name of a character in a 1904 play was inspired by a real little girl's way of saying the word "friend"

Final scores:

Jim Liz Brian
$19,000 $599 $0
2-day champion: $36,900 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Liz Brian
$18,400 $7,800 $6,600
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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Game tape date: 2003-02-18
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