Show #4362 - Tuesday, July 15, 2003


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Debra Doyle, a customer service representative from Walls, Mississippi

Billy Barnhart, a massage therapist from Los Angeles, California

Leonard Stoehr, a truck driver from Norcross, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
This crayon brand also makes Click Em On markers & Spider Writers
    $200 13
If this play were written today, Blanche would have to ride the bus; the title vehicle doesn't run any more
    $200 11
Trista Rehn was this 2003 TV title person
    $200 21
It means to defrost or melt
    $200 1
It's the first verb in the Pledge of Allegiance
    $200 6
Brewed up a 1954 marriage to Marilyn Monroe & several TV coffee ads
    $400 27
This brand name is found on disposable lighters & razors, as well as ballpoint pens
    $400 14
You could ride in a carriage to St. Louis Cathedral, named for Louis IX, a canonized king of this country
    $400 12
"New Romantic" artist Richard Clayderman has recorded over 1,000 melodies on this instrument
    $400 22
Not surprisingly, the city of London, Ontario Canada is located on a river called this
    $400 2
The name of the Gobi, a vast desert of central Asia, means this in Mongolian
    $400 7
Went solo in 1985 & had a hit with the following
["Just A Gigolo"]
    $600 28
Fluorescent yellow or pink is a good choice for this felt tip pen whose name indicates its use in marking texts
    $600 15
Many types of birds featured in this man's paintings may be seen at the New Orleans zoo named for him
    $600 16
In the film "Raw Deal" he tells a woman who throws a cake at him, "You should not drink and bake"
    $600 23
He's the beloved British phenom seen here
    $600 3
Charlie & Donald Kaufman got an Oscar nomination for their adaptation of "The Orchid Thief" into this film
    $600 8
Graduated 21st of 39 from West Point in 1843, came out No. 1 at Appomattox in 1865
    $800 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) Appropriately, the name of this kind of pen is from the Greek for "beautiful writing"
    $800 19
Enjoy munching on the beignets at the Cafe Du Monde on this "presidential" square
    $800 17
Red Dress Ink, a new line from this romance publisher, features neurotic, cocktail-swilling urban heroines
    $800 24
With ketchup, mayo & relish, you can make a simple version of this salad dressing
    $800 4
I'm Charley Pride, It's the title of my 10th album
    $800 9
Born Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashivili in 1879, died suddenly under a different name in 1953
    DD: $1,000 30
In 1884 Louis E. Waterman patented the first practical one of these
    $1000 20
Canal St. boasts a statue of Ignatius J. Reilly, the hero of this prize-winning novel by John Kennedy Toole
    $1000 18
You've sung along with the car radio to this band heard here -- don't tell us you haven't
["Don't Stop Believing"]
    $1000 25
It's another name for vitamin B-1
    $1000 5
It's the state song of the state of Maine
    $1000 10
Mockingly suggested that poor children should be fed to rich people in his pamphlet "A Modest Proposal"

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

Leonard Billy Debra
$3,000 $600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leonard Billy Debra
$7,400 $3,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
He was "Poor" Richard Saunders
    $400 1
This show won the Outstanding Drama Series Emmy in 1968, but we disavow any knowledge of it
    $400 18
In the 1930s inventive minds at Warner's introduced the A, B, C & D cup sizes for these
    $400 6
It's the color that's usually found before "tea ice cream"
    $400 13
When Kennedy & Khrushchev met in Vienna in 1961, JFK suggested the countries combine their efforts to go here
    $400 11
Sidney Poitier movie opera that preceded Mamie Eisenhower as First Lady
    $800 27
His first book, "Maggie: A Girl of the Streets", was so shocking that he published it under the name Johnston Smith
    $800 2
The actress seen here (Kathy Kinney) plays this sitcom character
    $800 19
In 1957 W. Ralph Gamber became the first to sell honey in a container shaped like one of these
    $800 7
At age 10, future New Jersey governor Christie Whitman raised $10 for the G.O.P. at this type of stand
    $800 14
This 11-country group that includes Algeria & Venezuela is headquartered in Vienna, but Austria isn't a member
    $800 12
"Wizard of Oz" song that made it to the big screen with Tom Hanks as a hit man for the Irish mob
    $1200 28
Nathan Weinstein wrote "Miss Lonelyhearts" using this name
    $1200 3
Believe it or not, back in 1949, he was the original host of "Believe It or Not"
    $1200 20
In the 1960s Hoyle Schweitzer & Jim Drake added one of these to a surfboard to help create a new sport
    $1200 8
Diced hard-boiled eggs are sometimes added to this cold tomato soup from Andalusia
    $1200 15
At the Congress of Vienna, the duchy of Parma was given to this man's second wife, Marie-Louise of Austria
    $1200 23
Liberator & king of Scotland who starred in "Die Hard"
    DD: $2,000 29
This pseudonym means "2 fathoms deep"
    $1600 4
She's the "Night Court" actress seen here
    $1600 21
In 1952 he & Charles Bowman joined forces to develop a hybrid corn that left fewer kernels unpopped
    $1600 9
Lemon juice, sugar, gin, club soda & an egg go into a refreshing royal gin one of these
    DD: $1,000 16
The Wienerwald; Johann Strauss composed some "Tales of" them
    $1600 24
Sondheim musical about a Seurat painting & the 1972 Democratic presidential nominee
    $2000 30
Mary Ann Evans became George Eliot; Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin wore men's clothes & used this male name
    $2000 5
The 1985-86 troupe on this show included Anthony Michael Hall, Joan Cusack & Robert Downey, Jr.
    $2000 22
Scott Archer came up with the wet collodion process used in the first 20 years of this art
    $2000 10
Kefir, a treat from the Caucasus, is this liquid fermented until it's up to 3% alcohol
    $2000 17
The 450-foot steeple of this saint's cathedral can be seen from almost anywhere in the city
    $2000 25
American general who negotiated the Treaty of Greenville, earned the nickname "Mr. Las Vegas" & sang "Danke Schoen"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leonard Billy Debra
$19,800 $7,000 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This department contains the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Secret Service & the Coast Guard

Final scores:

Leonard Billy Debra
$17,600 $13,999 $1,000
3-day champion: $37,599 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leonard Billy Debra
$19,400 $7,000 $11,600
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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Game tape date: 2003-04-14
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