Show #4261 - Monday, February 24, 2003

Travis Troyer game 5.


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Rhonda Sherman, a director of human resources from Atlanta, Georgia

Lew Insler, an attorney from Cortlandt Manor, New York

Travis Troyer, a software engineer from Hereford, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $63,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
If you want to check out the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, go to this state capital
    $200 12
His Indoor Grilling Machine comes in XL & XXL sizes
    $200 17
This country diva serenades this "Huck Finn" author with her hit "You're Still the One"
    $200 22
His home state
    $200 6
The phrase "Hic Sunt Dracones" appeared on the 16th century Lenox globe on the eastern coast of this continent
    $200 1
16 ounces
    $400 8
Its name is French for "red stick"
    $400 13
The Telezapper is supposed to help get this removed from computerized databases
    $400 18
This star of "Baywatch" & "V.I.P." makes a honeymoon video with this Confederate general
    $400 23
His job from 1985 to 1993
    $400 27
In Norse myth, Fafnir, a giant, turned himself into a dragon to guard a supply of this
    $400 2
The pineal one or the prostate one
    DD: $2,000 9
Among its nicknames are "Zion" & "The New Jerusalem"
    $600 14
To make use of your Space Bag, you usually attach it to this household appliance
    $600 19
This soul star would never tell this First Lady of the American Theater, "Shut Your Mouth"
    $600 24
His wife's most famous nickname
    $600 28
Rubens, Raphael & Rossetti have all painted this knight/dragon slayer
    $600 3
Take note, Gregg & Pitman are methods of this
    $800 10
With a population of over one million, this Southwestern city is the most populous state capital
    $800 15
The Gourmet Blossom Maker works on apples & tomatoes but it's used mainly on these
    $800 20
This actress, TV's Hazel, cleans up with this actor & presidential assassin
    $800 25
The East Coast school where he got his B.A. in 1969
    $800 29
An 8th century poem tells of his battle with a fire-dragon, as well as Grendel & Grendel's mom
    $800 4
You'll find New Zealand's main international airport in this city
    $1000 11
Its Strom Thurmond Federal Building was completed in 1979
    $1000 16
Company that makes the fantastic "Inside the Shell Egg Scrambler" (I gotta get one!)
    $1000 21
This "Angel of the Morning" singer succumbs to this English physicist's laws of gravity
    $1000 26
The foreign country where he worked as a journalist from 1969 to 1971
    $1000 30
Henry Tudor had a dragon standard when he took on this leader at Bosworth in 1485
    $1000 5
For its large output of milk products, Wisconsin is nicknamed "America's" this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Travis Lew Rhonda
$7,200 $400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Travis Lew Rhonda
$11,600 $1,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will contain those letters of the alphabet in that order, but not necessarily one after the other.)
    $400 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) The main danger of submarine flooding is being dragged down too deep to expand this
    $400 4
Located on Anchorage Lane, this type of club in San Diego has 576 slips
    $400 21
This title hero is a physician & poet whose life is disrupted by the Russian Revolution
    $400 6
Songs like "Without Me" & "Cleaning Out My Closet" made this white rapper's 2002 album a multi-platinum hit
    $400 16
It's the cry of a sheep or goat
    $400 11
Not surprisingly at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Restaurant, you can order one of these "in Paradise"
    $800 2
In the 1950s Hyman Rickover led the team that figured out how to fit one of these into a submarine's hull
    $800 24
London's Garrick Club is a haven for people in this profession, of which David Garrick was a famous member
    $800 22
Mr. Darcy makes sure that Wickham marries Elizabeth Bennet's sister after running away with her in this Jane Austen novel
    $800 7
This "cold" rapper also starred in the films "Friday" & "Barbershop"
    $800 17
It's the capturing device in the picture seen here
    $800 12
As its name implies, this sandwich of ground beef cooked in tomato sauce is really messy to eat
    $1200 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) Instead of simple mirrors, some submarine periscopes transmit images with these devices that Newton used to analyze light
    $1200 25
Founded in 1868, Sorosis wasn't for drinkers but was the USA's first important club just for these people
    $1200 23
This narrator of "The Catcher in the Rye" heads to NYC when he leaves Pencey Prep (from which he's been expelled)
    $1200 8
Popular in rap music almost from the beginning, it's the term for the DJ-produced musical effect heard here
    DD: $3,400 18
The name of "High Noon" screenwriter Carl Foreman was put on this in 1951
    $1200 13
This fermented side dish is a traditional ingredient in a Reuben sandwich
    $1600 5
Besides the 3 usual meals, submariners can chow down on midrats, short for midnight these
    $1600 28
What goes around comes around for this club founded in 1905 by Chicagoan Paul Harris
    $1600 26
This narrator of an 1861 novel sets off for London with "Great Expectations" of becoming a gentleman
    $1600 9
This doctor's smokin' first solo album was "The Chronic"
    $1600 19
This type of stain "on your escutcheon" means a blemish on your reputation
    $1600 14
Similar to the omelet, it's eggs scrambled with ham, onion & green pepper, but served between slices of bread
    $2000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) An instrument panel that I have no intention of touching controls these tanks, hence the sub's buoyancy
    $2000 29
Founded in 1752 by British racing & horse-breeding gentlemen, it later merged with the National Hunt Committee
    DD: $4,000 27
Hank Morgan, a mechanic from Hartford, is the title character of this Twain work
    $2000 10
It's what the "O.G." stood for in Ice-T's album title of the same name
    $2000 20
The emergency transport of people by water, as from Cuba in 1980
    $2000 15
New Orleans is famous for this Italian sandwich made with salami, ham, provolone & a chopped olive mixture

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Travis Lew Rhonda
$20,000 $8,400 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1960s
On September 26, 1960 these 2 men squared off in the studios of WBBM in Chicago

Final scores:

Travis Lew Rhonda
$20,000 $16,799 $10,400
5-day champion: $83,100 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Travis Lew Rhonda
$18,600 $6,200 $9,400
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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Game tape date: 2002-11-07
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