Show #4358 - Wednesday, July 9, 2003


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Shirley Brewer, an elementary school teacher from Guernsey, Wyoming

Nulty Lynch, a financial printer from Greenbelt, Maryland

Ethan Lowry, a software designer from Seattle, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That'll put me in...)
    $200 6
The Koran was revealed to him beginning one night on Mount Hira in 610
    $200 11
In a 1932 film what this actor actually says is "Jane! -- Tarzan! Jane! -- Tarzan!"
    $200 19
In a 1902 production of this musical, Imogene the Cow was Dorothy Gale's playmate
    $200 24
He collected $25,000 for flying from New York to Paris in 1927
    $200 16
It's time to tell you Audemars Piguet has been making these since 1875
    $200 1
An ancient embalmed Egyptian, wrapped in linen
    $400 7
The Greco-Russian Church is another name for this family of Christian churches in eastern Europe
    $400 12
The theme to "Family Ties" was "Without Us", a duet by Deniece Williams & this "Wonderful! Wonderful!" singer
    $400 22
In 1891's "Sensation in Paradise" Carrie Rogers was Tootsie & Clara Gilbert was this rhyming character
    $400 25
For each of these prestigious prizes you'll earn about 10 million kronor
    $400 17
Northrop & Johnson of Mass., with listings of 30- to over 150-footers, is a major broker of these
    $400 2
It's the only U.S. state whose name consists of only one syllable
    $600 8
Want to officiate at a friend's wedding? You can get ordained online in 3 minutes with this church abbreviated ULC
    $600 13
"Starkville City Jail" & "Folsom Prison Blues" are songs on his "Complete Live at San Quentin"
    $600 23
As one of these performers in the 1890s, Herrmann the Great set all nature's laws aside
    $600 26
Add up one of each U.S. coin in general circulation & you get this amount of money
    $600 18
In 1998 this Dodger pitcher signed a $105 million, 7-year contract
    $600 3
A powerful handgun, or a large bottle of champagne
    $800 9
In the novel "Shogun", it's defined as "Fate immutably fixed because of deeds done in a previous life"
    $800 14
He played a drifter named Roux in "Chocolat"
    DD: $1,000 29
Back in 1903 "Rip Van Winkle" turned up as a song in a musical based on this fairy tale
    $800 27
The Danegeld was a centuries-long tax on landowners of this country used to pay off Viking invaders
    $800 20
The V8 engine in this German car's M5 model takes you from 0 to 60 in just over 5 seconds
    $800 4
In the 1920s & 1930s, this leader had his office in Rome's Venezia Palace
    $1000 10
In Judaism, "sitting" this 7-day mourning period is often done on low chairs or on the floor
    $1000 15
After the end of the Sex Pistols, he sang lead vocals for Public Image Ltd.
    $1000 30
Scene III of 1916's "The Century Girl" was "The Toy Soldiers", with music by this composer
    $1000 28
First minted during the Civil War, the U.S. 2-cent piece was the first coin with this slogan on it
    $1000 21
Cannondale is custom-fitting these vehicles to riders at $1,499 each
    $1000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew does some show and tell.) 17th century thinker Athanasius Kircher is credited with inventing this device that projected pictures onto a wall

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

Ethan Nulty Shirley
$2,000 $5,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ethan Nulty Shirley
$3,200 $5,600 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

'50s TV
(Alex: We want you to name the country as we give you...)
    $400 6
He left the French army a captain & moved to America where he was made a major general in 1777
    $400 8
Back in 1956, Philip Carey of "One Life to Live" was one of the 77th Bengal Lancers in a series set in this country
    $400 24
Banff National Park
    $400 14
"Joy of Cooking" says a rule of thumb is 1/2 cup of this for every pound of turkey
    $400 19
English nobles' souvenirs of Italy often included a Canaletto view of this city's Grand Canal
    $400 1
From the Greek for "praise", these speeches delivered at a funeral service recall & praise the dead
    $800 7
No, it's not Robert Downey Jr. & Ben Kingsley in this photo, but these two notables meeting in London in 1931
    $800 9
This legendary newsman was the host as well as a producer of "See It Now"
    $800 25
Bataan National Park
    $800 15
This small fish sold whole is probably the best-known fish with "dab" in its name
    $800 20
Works like "Pipe and Jug" made J.B.S. Chardin one of the century's masters of this genre
    $800 2
When translated from Sanskrit, it's what "Buddha" means
    DD: $1,000 13
With the Galileo brouhaha going on, this French philosopher killed his book about the Earth's movement
    $1200 10
For 1956 the Best Actor & Actress Emmy winners for a Dramatic Series were these 2 people, both named Young
    $1200 26
Galapagos National Park
    $1200 16
In this Mideastern equivalent of a gyro, meat is shaved off a rotating vertical spit
    DD: $1,000 21
Baroque led to this style exemplified here by a Francois Boucher painting
    $1200 3
Once a province of Indonesia, it voted for its own national independence in 1999
    $1600 17
Nicknamed "Old Bruin", this U.S. Navy man shares his name with a TV "Friend"
    $1600 11
1957's "Date with the Angels" featured this future "Golden Girl" as Vickie Angel
    $1600 27
Kruger National Park
    $1600 29
Eaten at Passover, charoset is a fruit & nut mix which represents this used by bricklayers
    $1600 22
John Constable called John Robert Cozens "the greatest genius that ever touched" this genre of painting
    $1600 4
Found in NYC's harbor, 12 million immigrants entered the U.S. through it
    $2000 18
After losing the support of the French army, this emperor of Mexico faced a firing squad in June 1867
    $2000 12
In 1971 Bert Parks hosted "Circus"; back in 1956 this man & dummy Jerry Mahoney hosted the similar "Circus Time"
    $2000 28
Rapa Nui National Park
    $2000 23
James Boswell knew what Samuel Johnson looked like before meeting him from a portrait by this man
    $2000 5
Gonder & Dire Dawa are major cities in this east African country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ethan Nulty Shirley
$8,200 $8,800 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2003 Dell made this computer part on its PCs an option; Apple had stopped including it on Macintoshes 5 years earlier

Final scores:

Ethan Nulty Shirley
$15,400 $16,401 $2,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ethan Nulty Shirley
$9,400 $8,800 $5,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
7 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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Game tape date: 2003-03-05
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