Show #4338 - Wednesday, June 11, 2003


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Ray Burns, a custom motorcycle shop owner from Cody, Wyoming

Tara Gallagher, a bookkeeper from Seattle, Washington

Donna Duessel, an environmental manager from Derby, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
About the respectability of whaling, this 1851 novel claims, "Whaling is imperial!"
    $200 11
In 1979 a record 35,000 guests attended his 89th birthday party, & you can bet the food was finger-lickin' good
    $200 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Oahu.) This rock & roll legend came here to the Polynesian Cultural Center to film his 1966 movie "Paradise, Hawaiian Style"
    $200 1
This pet doesn't want a cracker--she wants Kaytee's Perfect Choice, a mixture of seeds & grain
    $200 17
Figaro is the title character of this 1816 Rossini opera
    $200 6
A playing card that has 2 spots
    $400 13
In this novel, Jo grumbles, "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents"
    $400 27
No doubt the most valuable object ever stolen, it vanished from the Louvre in 1911, but was recovered
    $400 23
Set in Tahiti but filmed in Hawaii, 1950's "Pagan Love Song" featured this star doing one of her famous water ballets
    $400 2
My dog Rover says not to boil the knuckle type of these before giving them to him--it may cause splintering
    $400 18
Mimi in "La boheme" suffers & dies from this disease
    $400 7
Without funds or means of subsistence
    $600 14
"The Cat in the Hat" told the brother & sister, "You will see something new. Two things. And I call them" this
    $600 28
Found in California, the largest living tree is the "General Sherman", a giant one of these
    $600 24
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Kauai,) Steven Spielberg was shooting this film here on the island of Kauai when Hurricane Iniki struck the island in 1992
    $600 3
Until they were spayed & neutered your Angora pair of these were looking forward to proverbially breeding like them
    $600 19
This title character performs the Dance of the Seven Veils for Herod in an opera by Richard Strauss
    $600 8
Among its 10 events are the 100-meter dash & the pole vault
    $800 15
In "Lost Horizon", "Its forsaken courts and pale pavilions shimmered in repose"
    DD: $2,400 29
Solero de Jerez holds the Guinness record of 16 heel taps per second in this dance
    $800 25
Kamokila Village on Kauai became an African village for this Dustin Hoffman film about a deadly virus
    $800 4
Fido knows this skin disease caused by mites was bad, but was the lime-sulphur dip necessary?
    $800 20
"Esmeralda", an 1840s opera, is based on a work by this "Miserable" author
    $800 9
To make into a god
    $1000 16
Emma vows in this novel, "I never will desert Mr. Micawber"
    $1000 30
If you want to hit the longest drivable road, Jack, that would be this highway which runs from Alaska to Chile
    $1000 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Kauai.) George C. Scott came to Hawaii to film "Islands in the Stream", which was based on a novel by this author
    $1000 5
Muffin's mad that you won't let him out to fight this type of cat, from the Latin for "wild"--Muffin could take him!
    $1000 21
This Russian composer's "The Love for Three Oranges" is an opera within an opera about a melancholy prince
    $1000 10
Originally, this term for a tyrant or absolute ruler referred to an honorary title applied to a Byzantine emperor

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Donna Tara Ray
$800 $3,600 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Tara Ray
$2,400 $9,800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It refers to the magazine's annual list of the 25 intriguing people in the world.)
"A" OK
    $400 6
The Black Hand, a Serbian secret society, trained Gavrilo Princip to kill an Austrian archduke, igniting this war
    $400 26
"Rich, Famous, and Married to Sean Penn"
    $400 11
People in this city in New York can shuffle off to its suburb of Tonawanda
    $400 16
This symbol was created in 1991 by the Visual AIDS Artists Caucus in New York
    $400 18
Parts of these bones form a "cage" that protects the heart & lungs
    $400 1
Now retired, he was a starting quarterback for the UCLA Bruins & the Dallas Cowboys
    $800 7
During most of his reign in Spain only the Falangist Party was allowed
    $800 27
"The World's Lone, Defiant Communist"
    $800 12
To fight the Spanish Armada in 1588, the British fleet made its pilgrimage out of this port city
    $800 17
Universal Ribbon Company's TY1BS is a spool with a 2-color ribbon for this device
    $800 19
A sharp blow or even a fall can cause this bone, also called the kneecap, to become dislocated
    $800 2
The New Orleans International Airport is now named for this trumpeting legend, a New Orleans native
    $1200 8
The Carthusian monks invented this liqueur & still hold its secret recipe
    $1200 28
"Will Altar Trip No. 8 Be Her Last?"
    $1200 13
In 1998 Mesquite, Nevada imitated the Running of the Bulls in this Spanish city
    $1200 23
The Model 44 one of these seen here is a classic ribbon one
    $1200 20
This longest bone in your body accounts for about a quarter of your height
    $1200 3
2-word term for a signal sounded, maybe by siren, to denote "the danger has passed"
    DD: $3,500 9
France's Tricolor consists of the red & blue of Paris & the white from the emblem of this royal family
    DD: $2,000 29
"Was She a Terrorist or a Victim?"
    $1600 14
Known as Little Paris in the 18th century, this German city's name comes from the Slavic Lypsk, "lime tree"
    $1600 24
It looks as if a cord or ribbon runs between the tails of the 2 creatures in this constellation
    $1600 21
They're the more descriptive names for the tiny malleus, incus & stapes bones of the ear
    $1600 4
His troops captured Fort Ticonderoga in 1775
    $2000 10
The 16th century Spanish Alumbrados predated this similar secret society of 18th century Germany
    $2000 30
"Was the Death of Scarsdale Diet's Dr. Tarnower an Accident? Only She Knows"
    $2000 15
Canadian territorial capital a lady in Banbury Cross might like to ride
    $2000 25
(Sofia of the Clue Crew holding a large ribbon) It became an Olympic medal event in 1984 & includes movements like these
    $2000 22
St. Paul's birthplace, or the collective name for the bones of the ankle
    $2000 5
Abbreviated avdp., it's a standard of weight

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Tara Ray
$10,400 $22,300 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Edward Lorenz' idea of linking this creature to changes in the weather became the basis of chaos theory

Final scores:

Donna Tara Ray
$18,400 $25,300 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,300 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Donna Tara Ray
$10,400 $23,800 $12,600
13 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $46,800

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Game tape date: 2003-02-19
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