Show #5529 - Thursday, September 25, 2008


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Pam Winters, a writer and editor from Churchton, Maryland

Mark Raabe, an IT director from Coon Rapids, Minnesota

Brian Levinson, a writer from Queens, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Lloyd Bridges laments, "Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue" in this 1980 film
    $200 11
Drisheen sausage, made with lamb's blood, is a specialty of Cork in this country
    $200 21
In 1802 South Carolina agreed to pay this inventor's company $50,000 for patent rights to the cotton gin
    $200 26
This niece of film director Cecil B. had some devilish fun choreographing "Three Virgins and a Devil" in 1941
    $200 6
Trinity Church in NYC was where this Treasury Sec. worshipped & where he was buried after the duel
    $200 12
Not a fully automatic machine gun, a basic weapon of Marines is the M16A2 semi-automatic type of this
    $400 2
(I'm Michael McKean.) As David St. Hubbins I lead this rock band through the trials & tribulations of stardom
    $400 17
Buen provecho when eating tapas made with morcilla, pig's blood with rice, from this European country
    $400 22
While serving as Governor of this territory, 1880-1886, Eli Murray opposed the advancement of polygamy
    $400 27
Oh, the anguish! Ninette de Valois choreographed a 1931 work named for this biblical sufferer
    $400 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Machu Picchu, Peru.) The cave beneath the Temple of the Sun is called the Royal Tomb & probably held these remains more associated with Egypt
    $400 13
Also the name of an Adam Sandler movie, this military term is slang for 1 kilometer
    $600 3
From the files of the TV show "Police Squad!" came this film with Lt. Frank Drebin
    $600 18
Popular Thuringer rotwurst from this country has been given geographic protection by the EU
    $600 23
With 35 seconds left in the game, he threw a TD pass to Plaxico Burress to win Super Bowl XLII for the Giants
    $600 28
This sitarist's brother Uday danced with Pavlova & created dances for her, too
    $600 8
In October 1876, 4 months after the massacre, he was laid to rest at West Point
    $600 14
HALO, standing for "high altitude, low opening", is an acronym used in the operation of these
    $800 4
Shaun's life becomes zombie-filled in this 2004 British film
    $800 19
Charcuterie includes boudin blanc & this other delicacy made from pig's blood, brandy & cream
    $800 24
In 2008 actress Anne Jackson & this popular character actor celebrated an amazing 60th anniversary
    DD: $1,400 29
When Balanchine choreographed this ballet in 1965, he played the title role & Suzanne Farrell was his Dulcinea
    $800 9
This explorer's Puerto Rico tomb says the valiant lion's "deeds surpassed the greatness of his name"
    $800 15
From the Latin for "before the war" comes this term for a period before a war, especially the Civil War
    $1000 5
This 2000 horror film had the tagline "No mercy. No shame. No sequel"; the sequel's tagline was "We lied"
    $1000 20
Soondae, filled with potato noodle & served with kimchi, is a popular street dish in this country
    $1000 25
In May 1876 this pharmaceutical chemist founded the global research-based company that still bears his name
    $1000 30
This great modern dancer was born in 1894 & she was still choreographing in 1990
    $1000 10
His body may be at Pere Lachaise in Paris, but he left his heart at a church in Warsaw
    $1000 16
From the French for "to disguise", it was "dazzle painting" to the British navy in WWI

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

Brian Mark Pam
$3,600 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Mark Pam
$6,600 $4,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

"E" GAD!
    $400 6
In 1953 he was elected President of Yugoslavia, a position he retained until his death in 1980
    $400 8
"You Give Love A Bad Name" was this New Jersey group's first No. 1 hit
    $400 1
Erle Gardner
    $400 13
Wow! Illinois' state animal, the white-tailed this, can jump 9-foot fences
    $400 23
Chloroplasts are the sites within plants where this process changes light into chemical energy
    $400 18
Give me an E--this Greek equivalent of the letter E
    $800 7
In 1997 Bobbi McCaughey two-upped Mrs. Dionne by giving birth to these
    $800 9
(Hey, I'm Mark McGrath, and) one of my all-time favorite bands is this Johnny Rotten-Sid Vicious group that lasted only 3 years in the 1970s
    $800 2
T.S. Eliot
    $800 14
This metal topped the dome of Utah's State Capitol long before it became the state mineral
    $800 26
Its wavelength is about 500 to 550 nanometers, & it means "go"
    $800 19
Found in yeast, zymase, which promotes fermentation, is this type of catalytic protein
    $1200 28
In 1973 members of AIM occupied this South Dakota village for 71 days to protest federal policies toward Indians
    $1200 10
Kiss said, "You gotta lose your mind" in this "Rock City"
    $1200 3
"The Moonstone" author William Collins
    $1200 15
This romantic 3-word phrase precedes "California" in the title of California's state song
    $1200 27
Lasers make possible this 3-dimensional representation of an object in light
    $1200 20
2008 marks the 20th anniversary of this Calvin Klein fragrance for all time
    $1600 11
Drummer Cindy Blackman kept the beat for this man on "Fly Away" & "Are You Gonna Go My Way"
    $1600 4
William Thackeray
    $1600 16
North Carolina got religion & named this its state bird
    DD: $400 21
The name of this herb, thought by many to shorten the length of a cold, is from the Greek for "hedgehog"
    $2000 24
In May 1966 this small South American country became independent, with Forbes Burnham as its first P.M.
    $2000 12
This Seattle group hit No. 1 on the mainstream rock chart with the song "Black Hole Sun"
    $2000 5
C.S. Lewis
    DD: $2,400 17
Georgia has an official state 'possum: this comic strip cutie who lives in the Okefenokee Swamp
    $2000 25
Light can be interpreted either as particles called these or as waves called, uh, waves
    $2000 22
In mythology Zeus pursued her in the form of a white bull, then carried her across the sea to Crete

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Mark Pam
$27,800 $10,600 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Before an 1867 sale, this island group was known as the Catherine Archipelago

Final scores:

Brian Mark Pam
$27,800 $12,600 $5,800
2-day champion: $47,801 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Mark Pam
$29,000 $10,600 $6,800
34 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
1 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $46,400

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Game tape date: 2008-07-16
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