Show #4359 - Thursday, July 10, 2003


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Ed Glenn, a college professor from Miami, Florida

Erika Amato, an actress and singer from Los Angeles, California

Nulty Lynch, a financial printer from Greenbelt, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
When the natives wanted to form an alliance with the Europeans, they shared a calumet stuffed with this
    $200 7
This model spent most of the '90s married to Mick Jagger
    $200 19
Florida, Puerto Rico & this form the apexes of a triangle within which ships & planes disappear
    $200 26
Comedian & actor Richard Marin
    $200 6
Developed by British inventor John Starley, the safety bicycle features these of equal size
    $200 1
Number of partners in a duumvirate
    $400 13
The Sanpoil, who lived on this river, selected a special salmon chief each fishing season
    $400 8
Patti Boyd, who inspired this rocker's "Layla", married him after leaving hubby George Harrison
    $400 20
The Witiko creature of Algonquian myth may be a forerunner of this mystery of the Northwest
    $400 27
The very representative Thomas P. O'Neill
    $400 15
Anthropologist Francis Galton notes the uniqueness of these for every individual, a help to police
    $400 2
Somniloquists do this in their sleep
    $600 14
To the Iroquois, the "Three Sisters" were squash, beans & this
    $600 9
Patti Scialfa is married to this rocker for whom she sings back-up
    $600 21
A reader of these checks out the Line of Mars & Mount of Venus
    $600 28
Would-be assassin Lynette Fromme
    $600 18
Designed by William L. Jenney, the first of these buildings, the 10-story Home Insurance Co., goes up in Chicago
    $600 3
This word can mean a representation of the nativity or a hospital for abandoned children
    $800 16
On his second voyage over, Jacques Cartier thought this river was the best choice for a route to Asia
    $800 10
Just days after her divorce from Sonny, Cher married this guitarist
    DD: $1,000 22
Meaning "far movement", it's the strange power of moving things without touching them
    $800 29
Hereditary Haitian honcho Jean-Claude Duvalier
    $800 24
German engineer Carl Friedrich Benz develops the first working one of these powered by a gasoline engine
    $800 4
This wind that rolls down the eastern Rockies derives its name from an Indian word for "snow eater"
    $1000 17
Hot on the trail of 7 magnificent cities, Estevanico called the first one this, entered it & was killed there
    $1000 11
The 2 rockers whom Heather Locklear married
    $1000 23
Appropriately, Champ is the name of this lake's version of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster
    $1000 30
Expeditious superagent to the stars Irving Lazar
    $1000 25
American electrical engineer William Stanley invents this device for changing energy from AC to DC
    $1000 5
This word for a trite phrase is borrowed from the French where it means "a stereotype plate" for printing

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

Nulty Erika Ed
$2,600 -$400 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nulty Erika Ed
$4,800 $1,200 $8,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
Lord Burghley convinced Elizabeth I to execute this rival for the throne
    $400 1
In 2002 this "Big Fat" success became the highest-grossing film never to have a No. 1 weekend at the box office
    $400 26
Mary McCarthy famously said of Lillian Hellman, "Every word she writes is a lie, including and" & this one
    $400 15
Of your 10 fingers, the 2 not normally used in playing the harp
    $400 13
He beat Goldwater in 1964
    $400 3
In 1613 Samuel de Champlain visited the site of this future North American capital
    $800 12
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London with Parliament in the background) As a tourist, I can visit the gallery, but since 1642 no British monarch has been allowed into this house of Parliament
    $800 2
This 1987 Danny DeVito-Richard Dreyfuss film about aluminum siding salesmen was set in 1963 Baltimore
    $800 27
This novelist & author of "Advertisements for Myself" celebrated his 80th birthday on Jan. 31, 2003
    $800 22
The orchestral harp has 7 double-action ones, each controlling one string in every octave
    $800 14
He's the "Very Interesting" comedian seen here
    $800 4
Siwa & Bahriyah are 2 well-known examples of these green, fertile areas found in the Sahara
    $1200 19
Britain signed its first agreement with France to build this in 1875
    $1200 5
(Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin) In this 1990 Martin Scorsese-directed film based on the book "Wiseguy", Scorsese's mother plays Joe Pesci's mom
    $1200 28
In 1913 he published his first book of poems as well as "Sons and Lovers"
    $1200 23
The concert grand harp has this many strings, 3 more than half the number of keys on a piano
    $1200 16
As a senator in March 1861, this future vice president branded the secessionists traitors
    $1200 6
The Pacific species of this animal can have an arm span more than 20 feet long
    $1600 20
Shire known for its gypsum &, with Mr. Hood, its Rob-some
    $1600 7
In this 2001 film, Kevin Spacey's character Prot insisted that he was from a planet 1,000 light years from Earth
    $1600 29
Tennyson used this rhyme scheme for "In Memoriam", quoted here
I held it truth with him who sings, to one clear harp in diverse tones, that men may rise on stepping stones, of their dead selves to higher things
    $1600 24
In his autobiography, this movie harpist said, "I couldn't read a note of music"
    $1600 17
This "King of the Delta Blues Singers" wrote classics like "Sweet Home Chicago" before dying young in 1938
    $1600 8
This author wrote, "He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother"
    DD: $1,000 21
The new flag this king introduced in 1606 combined the crosses of Saints Andrew & George
    $2000 9
Madonna was set to play violin teacher Roberta Guaspari in "Music of the Heart", but this lady got the role
    $2000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Oahu, Hawaii) When this Scottish-born author took refuge in Samoa, he was known as Tusitala, or "story-teller"
    DD: $2,500 25
It's the Italian term for running your finger quickly up or down the keys of a piano or the strings of a harp
    $2000 18
Winning the silver medal in the decathlon in 1956, he came back to win the gold in 1960
    $2000 10
Magnetite is an important one of iron

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nulty Erika Ed
$10,400 $5,400 $14,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Odobenus, the genus name of this animal, comes from the Greek for "one who walks with his teeth"

Final scores:

Nulty Erika Ed
$9,999 $1 $7,799
2-day champion: $26,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nulty Erika Ed
$10,400 $6,400 $16,600
14 R,
1 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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Game tape date: 2003-03-05
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