Show #4757 - Tuesday, April 19, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 5.


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Shane Whitlock, a resident physician from Little Rock, Arkansas

Eric Newhouse, a director of technical assistance from Sioux City, Iowa

Steve Berman, a teacher from Santa Monica, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The Art Institute of Chicago is guarded by 2 of these beasts (bronze ones, not real ones)
    $200 15
You might want to take a water taxi to this city's Piazza San Marco but--mamma mia!--it can be pricey
    $200 22
This common name for a cow is also an adjective that means "overly authoritative"
    $200 24
"I have given up newspapers... for Tacitus and Thucydides... and I find myself much the happier", said this U.S. pres.
    $200 1
Nestle introduced this drink product in 1948 to compete with Ovaltine
    $200 8
John Lithgow & Norbert Leo Butz conned their way onto Broadway as the title rogues in "Dirty Rotten" these
    $400 7
In 2005, a search for "Chicago's Fairest Colleen" chose Bridget McLaughlin to reign over this parade
    $400 19
Even when you think it's too expensive, the price you pay to ride in a cab is called by this homophone
    $400 25
If cows went surfing, they'd probably yell this 9-letter word that starts with "cow", dude
    $400 23
He had the "Common Sense" to idolize Ben Franklin, who encouraged his move to America in 1774
    $400 2
Elizabeth Hooton was one of the first female preachers of this religious group
    $400 12
Tim Curry & David Hyde Pierce star in this Monty Python inspired show
    DD: $1,000 9
Untouchable Tours visits such sanguineous spots as the site of this February 1929 event
    $600 20
Often seen in Central Park, this conveyance gets part of its name from the Latin word for "foot"
    $600 26
In the theme song of this classic TV Western, Frankie Laine sang, "Head 'em up, move 'em on"
    $600 18
Since childhood, this author of "I Am Charlotte Simmons" has been a huge fan of a book called "Honey Bear"
    $600 3
This luxury liner moored in Long Beach, Calif. is said to be haunted by a mysterious woman in white
    $600 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the Gershwin Theatre in New York: "I'm on the Broadway set of Wicked.") In 2004, this young actress defied gravity & flew off with a Tony award for her performance as a witch in "Wicked"
    $800 10
Shoppers adore "The Magnificent Mile", the north part of this avenue
    $800 21
Cab drivers came to be called hacks because of this old word for a coach for hire
    $800 27
Range Riders Ranch in this state offers a cattle drive vacation along the old Bozeman Trail
    $800 17
This "Jude the Obscure" author admired Browning but was said to be too shy to meet him
    $800 4
He was Norway's minister of defense from 1931 to 1933
    $800 29
An off-Broadway hit in 1987 & then a film, this play set in a Louisiana beauty parlor finally blossomed on B'way in 2005
    $1000 11
At Shedd Aquarium these white whales are such good vocalizers that you may feel they're talking to you
    $1000 14
"Cab" is a shortened form of this 4-syllable French word for a light one-horse carriage
    $1000 28
By definition, cattle that are described as "polled" lack these
    $1000 16
This Scot's famous 1840s lectures on heroes & hero worship featured Odin & Rousseau
    $1000 5
When medium-sized, these hard clams are marketed as cherrystones
    $1000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the Golden Theatre in New York with a special friend.) In the Broadway hit "Avenue Q", Nicky here sings about this German word that means happiness at the misfortune of others

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

Steve Eric Shane
$4,000 $400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Shane
$7,400 $3,800 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
1-word name of the brain disease marked by delusions that's the largest cause of admission to mental hospitals
    $400 29
As fun-loving businessman Thornton Melon, Rodney returned to college to help out his son in this comedy
    $400 9
The Treaty of Paris, 1783
    $400 24
This name of a "Sound of Music" actor has the same origin as the job of fixing pipes
    $400 25
The largest city by population is this capital with about 35 million
    $400 23
Abbreviated Mlle, it's the French equivalent of Miss
    $800 27
Giving a treat to a rat after it presses a bar is this type of "reinforcement"
    $800 28
In "Ladybugs", a flustered Rodney coached a girls' team in this sport
    $800 7
The Treaty of Paris, 1856
    $800 26
This one-syllable bookish-sounding name goes back to young attendants of lords
    $800 4
In Turkish this capital is known as known as Lefkosa; in Greek it's known as Levkosia
    $800 22
Postal abbreviation of the state whose largest city is Burlington
    $1200 10
Psychologist Carl Rogers favored this word over "patient"; perhaps he counted his billable hours
    $1200 20
In a rare dramatic turn, Rodney starred as an abusive father in this film about a murderous couple
    $1200 5
The Treaty of Paris, 1763
    DD: $6,600 21
This common English last name indicates an ancestor who rounded wood on a lathe
    $1200 3
Founded in the 13th century, it's the capital & largest city of Laos
    $1200 17
In Internet addresses, zw stands for this country
    $1600 13
In the mind, it's coming to associate a behavior with a stimulus; in the body, it helps you get in shape
    $1600 19
Rodney's real last name, it means "priest" in Hebrew
    $1600 6
The Treaty of Portsmouth, 1905
    $1600 16
Schneider is German for this professional, & a Schneiderpuppe is his dummy
    $1600 2
No longer Alma-Ata, the capital city of this central Asian country is now Astana
    DD: $4,000 11
4-letter abbreviation for the agency that investigates all the USA's civil aviation accidents
    $2000 14
Behaviorist Clark Hull reduced motivations to needs like hunger, which he gave this "transporting" term
    $2000 18
Popular comedians helped along by Rodney include Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey, Tim Allen & this late ex-preacher
    $2000 8
The Treaty of Frankfurt, 1871
    $2000 15
This name of a great opera composer could be anglicized as Wainwright
    $2000 1
Situated on the Hrazdan River, this Armenian capital city is a mere 14 miles from the border with Turkey
    $2000 12
TVP, which stands for this, is a soybean product used as a food extender & is often used in faux hot dogs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Shane
$12,600 $400 $11,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A top member of the Reagan Cabinet, he was also Labor Secretary & Treasury Secretary under Richard Nixon

Final scores:

Steve Eric Shane
$1,999 $5 $7,600
2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000 + $15,000 as a member of the Nifty Nine Winner: $20,000 + an advance to UToC Round 3

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Eric Shane
$12,600 $11,000 $11,200
18 R,
1 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2005-03-22
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