Show #4346 - Monday, June 23, 2003


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Bonnie Schwab, a lawyer and teacher from Maplewood, New Jersey

Matt Goldberg, an airline employee from Roslyn, New York

Peter O'Malley, a writer and teacher from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
(Jeff Probst reports from the Amazon.) Abundant in South America, these carnivorous fish are renowned for their ferocity & have razor-sharp teeth
    $200 11
A shout of approval to an actor, or the cable network of "Inside the Actors Studio"
    $200 5
In 1898 Frank Seiberling founded this tire company named for the inventor of vulcanized rubber
    $200 24
In the 1940s Claire McCardell's simple popover dress, in this blue jean fabric, sold for $6.95
    $200 16
Famous couple heard here reading their recent book

"What does it mean to be a family today?"
"That's what this audio book is all about..."
    $200 1
It often precedes "and void"
    $400 18
Sadly, the spider & squirrel types of these are threatened because of destruction of habitat & hunting
    $400 12
This MTV show launched in 1991 has turned strangers into enemies in NYC, London & Hawaii
    $400 6
This business chain, begun in Memphis in 1974, was named for a Mr. Ross who gave great haircuts
    $400 25
The Annette Kellerman, worn in the 1920s, was a daring one-piece one of these
    $400 19
Former U.S. poet laureate Robert Pinsky reads Jane Leavy's biography of this Jewish southpaw
    $400 2
It's the drink of the gods, & of honeybees
    $600 20
(Jeff Probst reports from the Amazon.) Also called the great water boa, the giant species of this South American snake bears about 30 live young at once
    $600 13
Maury Chaykin, seen here, plays this bulky detective on A&E
    $600 7
Originally, this red "Officer's Knife" included a can opener, a blade, a screwdriver & a reamer
    $600 26
In the book "The Wizard of Oz" Dorothy wears a dress of this fabric with blue & white checks
    $600 21
Follow along as New Yorker Tony Roberts reads this former mayor's book "Leadership"
    $600 3
Mike Walker is its gossip editor
    $800 29
The black markings on the tawny coat of this South American wild cat are called rosettes
    $800 14
This "channel" went on in 1985 & the "networks" of that name now include Animal Planet & The Learning Channel
    $800 8
The first Japanese auto company to use a name from its own language, its logo, six stars, represents the Pleiades
    $800 27
Faye Dunaway in "Bonnie and Clyde" popularized this skirt that fell between mini & maxi
    DD: $2,000 22
"Two Tales of the Sea" packages "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" with this 19th century novel
    $800 4
Christmas, or a Christmas carol
    $1000 30
(Jeff Probst reads.) There are about 12 species of this type of parrot in Brazil
    $1000 15
(Sofia, Cheryl , and Sarah report from in the middle of New York's Central Park.) A carriage ride in the park was part of the "I Heart NY" episode of this HBO show
    $1000 9
A color version of this toy was introduced in 1993 & it didn't use a stylus & aluminum powder
    $1000 28
It can mean a stiff fabric, the petticoat made from it, or the hoop skirt the petticoat goes under
    $1000 23
Humorist heard here talking pretty as he reads his own work
    $1000 10
Ammonia is made up of 3 parts hydrogen & 1 part this

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

Peter Matt Bonnie
$2,000 $2,600 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Matt Bonnie
$6,400 $3,600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In which you have to give each singer's country of birth.)
(Alex: You're back in school!)
    $400 15
U.S. nuclear reactors are the light-water type because they use plain H2O as this
    $400 1
State where you'll find the communities of New Hartford & Old Lyme
    $400 14
If it's capable of releasing toxic fumes or leaking toxic material into the soil, it's called this type of "waste"
    $400 6
In 1985 Lynette Woodard became the first woman to play on this entertaining basketball team
    $400 3
U.N. commander in the Korean War General Douglas...
    $800 16
General term for a substance made of 2 or more materials, like glass inside a plastic matrix
    DD: $1,200 2
Billy Bob Thornton was born in this steamy Arkansas city where Bill Clinton lived as a boy
    $800 19
Expose yourself to danger in what you're doing & you "run" one of these, also a board game
    $800 10
Beatrice Portinari of 13th century Florence is believed to be the Beatrice in this man's works
    $800 4
17th century man with the "I think, therefore I am" plan, Rene...
    $1200 17
In 1963 the AIEE, American Institute of these Engineers, merged with the Institute of Radio Engineers
    $1200 7
Because of old mine shafts, Butte, Montana calls itself not only Mile-High City but this
    $1200 21
The plutonium in an atomic bomb needs to have this "mass" to go kaboom!
    DD: $2,500 11
In 1909 Sweden's Selma Lagerlof became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in this category
    $1200 5
19th century "Birds of America" illustrator & naturalist John James...
    $1600 18
Rotary & reciprocating are 2 types of this machine that increases the pressure of a gas, such as air
    $1600 8
Mayor Craig Moe probably knows everyone in this tree-named Maryland town about 20 miles from Washington
    $1600 12
It's the country that tried & executed Mata Hari
    $1600 22
"Elongated" Italian painter & sculptor Amedeo...
    $2000 20
Created to span more distance than a horizontal bridge, it's supported by diagonal surfaces called skewbacks
    $2000 9
Southeast of Columbus, Georgia you'll find this city named for Amerigo Vespucci
    $2000 13
Anarchists Alexander Berkman & she were deported to Russia in 1919, but found life wasn't sweet there either
    $2000 23
German "God is Dead" philosopher Friedrich Wilhelm...

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Matt Bonnie
$8,100 $6,800 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

For evading taxes on profits earned, former CIA agent Thomas Clines was the only one sent to prison over this scandal

Final scores:

Peter Matt Bonnie
$100 $1 $16,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Peter Matt Bonnie
$6,800 $6,800 $8,200
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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Game tape date: 2003-02-25
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