Show #4357 - Tuesday, July 8, 2003


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Heather Mock, a teacher from Denver, Colorado

Joe Warren, an oceanographer and professor from Hampton Bays, New York

Ethan Lowry, a software designer from Seattle, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Why shouldn't we?)
    $200 1
In 1949 a Nationalist government in exile was established in this Asian island nation
    $200 7
This funny guy seen here made his Broadway debut in 2001 in "The Dinner Party"
    $200 6
National Country Music Day falls on this Yankee Doodle Dandy day
    $200 26
A main predator of the adult gnu, it has a mane, too
    $200 10
It seems the legend of this ninth reindeer may last longer than the store it was created for--Montgomery Ward
    $200 17
These glasses may be plastic or actual animal product
    $400 2
The flag of this nation of around 140 million is seen here
    $400 8
This man with a tan dazzled us by singing "Razzle Dazzle" when he debuted in the musical "Chicago" in 2001
    $400 22
Appropriately, this ice cream treat is celebrated on a weekend day, the third weekend in July
    $400 27
With horns that can bruise you, it's natural that the 2 species of gnus are black & this
    $400 11
Barney McNulty considered this ski-nosed comic his most important cue card client
    $400 18
He had a plum role in a nursery rhyme
    $600 3
"The Adventures of Milo & Otis" was filmed in this country where it was known as "Koneko Monogatari"
    $600 9
Rip Torn started out understudying the role of Brick in this Tennessee Williams play & later took over the role
    $600 23
The Naturist Society sponsors this type of recreation week, a chance for you to let it all hang out
    $600 28
Gnus curl this when feeling amorous; Whoa! Elvis was a gnu!
    $600 12
Seen here, he served for real in the U.S. Army & didn't get a Section 8
    $600 19
The buzz is that this former North Carolina team still plays in the NBA
    $800 4
Angkor Thom, a Buddhist temple complex in this country, is modeled on the Hindu complex of Angkor Wat
    $800 15
Uta Hagen flew onto Broadway in 1938, debuting as Nina in this Chekhov play
    $800 24
The American Meat Institute has dubbed July National this food Month
    $800 29
It's your basic nosh for gnus
    DD: $800 13
In 2000 Dick Jones was named a Disney legend for supplying the voice of this 1940 title character
    $800 20
To squeeze into a small place
    $1000 5
The 3 countries bordered by North Korea
    $1000 16
This African-American poet earned a 1973 Tony nomination for her Broadway acting debut in "Look Away"
    $1000 25
Ecuador's & Venezuela's celebrations of this man's day July 24 are very liberating
    $1000 30
Gnus seem to have a fear of crossing rivers, maybe from an inbred fear of these predators
    $1000 14
He played Pop Wonder in "Jumbo"; though the title referred to an elephant, it could have been about his nose
    $1000 21
They're also called Rocky Mountain sheep

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

Ethan Joe Heather
$2,000 $200 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ethan Joe Heather
$5,000 $1,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the code, you identify the city.)
    $400 26
Year in which Plymouth Colony was founded
    $400 1
"Jurassic Park", "Disclosure" & "Rising Sun" were all based on books by this author
    $400 21
Soda, lime & this are the primary materials used in making most glass
    $400 16
In the U.S. Southwest:
    $400 11
For 20 years Jan Miner intoned, "You're soaking in it!" as this manicurist in Palmolive ads
    $400 6
In 1990 millions of viewers tuned in to find out who killed Laura Palmer on this quirky ABC drama
    $800 27
Prior to 2000, it was the last year the Yankees won the World Series
    $800 2
Julia Roberts played a law student who uncovered a conspiracy & put herself in danger in this 1993 movie
    $800 22
This nation's Royal Leerdam Company is known for its high quality one-of-a-kind pieces called Unica
    $800 17
Site of the International Court of Justice:
    $800 12
As a partner in a law firm in Arkansas, she earned a higher salary than her husband, then the state's governor
    $800 7
He said he would not believe in Jesus' resurrection until he saw the nail wounds in his hands
    $1200 28
Bastille Day, July 14, celebrates the storming of the Bastille in this year
    $1200 3
Many of the scenes in this Brad Pitt film were shot at the Stoney Indian Reserve near Calgary, Canada
    $1200 23
In ancient times, this black volcanic glass was used to make jewelry, arrowheads & even money
    DD: $2,000 18
It's way south:
    $1200 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from New York City.) At one end of Rockefeller Plaza, a large granite block is inscribed with the credo of this famous son
    $1200 8
Nationality in the title of an Ingres "bath"; the painting's too hot to show you
    DD: $100 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Little Rock, AR.) Little Rock's Old State House was the scene of a big election party in this year, exactly 150 after its completion
    $1600 4
This movie seen here was "voted" one of the 100 Greatest Love Stories by the American Film Institute
    $1600 24
The bulb for Edison's first electric light was made by this New York glass company
    $1600 19
A "wine"y French seaport:
    $1600 14
This Irish playwright of the absurd was active in a resistance group in German-occupied France
    $1600 9
He's the legendary crooner heard here
    $2000 30
Year of Henry Clay's compromise that got California into the Union as a free state
    $2000 5
Peter Fonda won rave reviews & an Oscar nomination for his role in this 1997 movie
    $2000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Colored pieces bundled together create this type of design, Italian for "thousand flowers"
    $2000 20
Oscar Mayer's favorite?:
    $2000 15
This British nurse, executed during World War I, is honored with a statue near Trafalgar Square
    $2000 10
Accidentally drinking a magic potion, this character of Celtic legend falls for his aunt-to-be Isolde

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ethan Joe Heather
$9,400 $2,100 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Take 2 letters off a Beatles song title & you get this title of Paul McCartney's 2002 live CD of his American tour

Final scores:

Ethan Joe Heather
$4,201 $3,100 $2,799
3-day champion: $31,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ethan Joe Heather
$9,400 $3,600 $12,800
19 R,
4 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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Game tape date: 2003-03-05
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