Show #4347 - Tuesday, June 24, 2003


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Jay Marks, an emergency physician from Little Rock, Arkansas

Lisa Bradford, a speech pathologist from Louisville, Colorado

Bonnie Schwab, a lawyer and teacher from Maplewood, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That sounds like fun!)
    $200 25
The cover story covers how this 600-year-old man built a 450-foot-long boat
    $200 1
The Dodgers moved him to first base in 1973
    $200 6
Arriba! Arriba! Tell me the name of this cartoon character who is "The Fastest Mouse in all Mexico"
    $200 11
This organ in frogs has only 3 chambers: 2 atria & 1 ventricle
    $200 14
"Aren't You Glad You Use" this? Because now it comes in mountain fresh & tropical escape formulas as well
    $200 21
Said of help that arrives long overdue
    $400 26
Star Tracks says that scholars believe these star-tracking fellows were astrologers from Persia
    $400 2
His hit movies include "Diner", "Police Academy" & "Three Mean and a Baby"
    $400 7
In this pro sport, a standard gauge of speed is whether a player can cover 40 yards in under 4.5 seconds
    $400 12
Earthworms have no lungs or gills; they breathe via this
    $400 17
"Feel Clean and Fresh" with this striated emerald green soap, aye!
    $400 22
With this insight, things are almost finished
    $600 27
Blinded after losing his strength, he was put to work in the prison in Gaza
    $600 3
In the '80s he had No. 1 hits with "Higher Love" & "Roll With It"
    $600 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) Though the plane will go faster, the top speed the Blue Angels reach is about 700 MPH, just short of this
    $600 13
The leatherback is the only living species of this that has free ribs & vertebrae
    $600 18
According to its name, it's the number of body parts you can wash with Lever soap
    $600 23
A branch of some governments
    $800 28
In Picks & Pans we find Ahasuerus rejecting Vashti as his queen, picking this cousin of Mordecai instead
    $800 4
The original host of the "Tonight Show", he later crusaded against vulgarity in the media
    $800 9
A 50 km event in this sport, not the marathon, is the longest event in the Olympic Games
    $800 15
This endangered poisonous lizard of the American Southwest is protected by law in Arizona, Utah & California
    DD: $2,200 19
The name of this soap was inspired by one of its key ingredients -- pumice
    $800 24
Time of day when I rise on my day off
    $1000 29
Boaz wanted her to glean his field & nobody else's
    $1000 5
Crikey!! He's the animal lover & Animal Planet star seen here
    $1000 10
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) In Einstein's elegant equation, energy equals mass times this squared
    $1000 16
This small U.S. rattlesnake is named for its peculiar way of locomotion through the desert sand
    $1000 20
Danielle Julian created the "Great Amber Wall of Soap", seen here, with 7,500 of this brand's cleansing bars
    $1000 30
The time to stand up for what you believe

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

Bonnie Lisa Jay
$1,600 $0 $5,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Lisa Jay
$4,000 $2,400 $9,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
WAC, the Women's Army Corps, was created during this war
    $400 1
Fusilli, a pasta, is often described as being this shape, like the tool that opens your wine bottle
    $400 16
A small chapel in a village northwest of Moscow marks the source of this 2,000-mile-long river
    $400 7
In 1964 they sang "Time Is on My Side" & it certainly was with 23 Top 10 hits over the next quarter of a century
    $400 20
Auguste Maquet helped him write "The Three Musketeers"; how much he contributed is in dispute
    $400 27
Often said after a sneeze, it's also used as a toast, since it means "health"
    DD: $5,000 3
In 1986 he became the first Italian-American to sit on the Supreme Court
    $800 12
For brunch, how 'bout some uova al tartufo bianco -- eggs with the white type of this fungus; can you dig it?
    $800 17
This Muslim republic where much fighting has taken place contains Russia's southernmost point
    $800 8
In 1965 Eric Clapton left this group because of the commercial trend of its material such as "For Your Love"
    $800 22
In 1945 this existentialist founded "Les Temps Modernes", a monthly literary review that he also edited
    $800 26
AKA club soda, it's named for a German town known for its natural effervescent spring water
    $1200 4
What was once the proposed state of Franklin became part of this new state in 1796
    $1200 13
A traditional side dish, it's a cornmeal mush often with butter & cheese mixed in
    $1200 18
This mountain range extends from the Kara Sea in the north to Kazakhstan in the south
    $1200 9
Many of this group's hits featured Peter Noone's vocals backed mainly by studio musicians
    $1200 23
Charles Perrault's 1697 work "Contes de Ma Mere l'Oye" was a collection of these
    $1600 5
After serving as postmaster general in 1921 & 1922 he became "czar" of the motion picture industry
    $1600 14
This deep-fried pastry horn filled with sweetened ricotta, chocolate & candied fruit is a specialty of Sicily
    $1600 19
This Siberian lake is in the world's deepest continental depression -- over 10,000 feet from top to bottom
    $1600 10
This Lennon-McCartney tune begins, "Close your eyes and I'll kiss you, tomorrow I'll miss you"
    $1600 24
Bored by her doctor husband, this title character has affairs with Leon Dupuis & Rodolphe Boulanger
    $2000 6
In 1807 Congress passed this act that forbade American ships from trading abroad; it lasted just over a year
    $2000 15
This famous ham from Parma is often designated cotto for cooked & crudo for raw
    $2000 21
This seaport was founded by Nikolai Muravyov in 1860 & it soon became Russia's main naval base in the Pacific
    $2000 11
Some pressings of this group's hit "Ferry Cross the Mersey" were printed as "Ferry Across the Mersey"
    $2000 25
In 1943 this aviator created "The Little Prince"; a year later, his plane disappeared during a mission
    DD: $10,000 28
Literally "land behind" in English, this German word refers to a remote or less developed part of a country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Lisa Jay
$400 $6,400 $22,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This observance began as a day to eat up all the stuff in your home you couldn't eat for the next 40 days

Final scores:

Bonnie Lisa Jay
$0 $12,399 $25,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bonnie Lisa Jay
$9,000 $6,400 $18,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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Game tape date: 2003-02-25
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