Show #5635 - Friday, February 20, 2009


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Gavin Dluehosh, a pastor from Valley Springs, California

Jessie Hopper, a stay-at-home mom from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Jeanie Welch, a retired librarian from Charlotte, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Harry Longabaugh, Butch's sometime partner, was better known by this nickname
    $200 6
This athlete's aggressiveness on the basepath garnered him the nickname "Charlie Hustle"
    $200 11
Proverbially, it's what the road to hell is paved with
    $200 16
The Dept. of Housing & Urban Development's 1st secretary, Robert Weaver, joined this president's cabinet in 1966
    $200 21
Betty Crocker makes it in butter cream, milk chocolate & coconut pecan flavors
    $200 1
Paul married this woman, his frequent co-star, in 1958; they stayed together until his death 50 years later
    $400 27
Butch's first big crime was the $20,000 holdup of the San Miguel Valley Bank in Telluride in this state in 1889
    $400 7
Meaning "energetic activity", it rhymes with "hustle" to describe urban environs
    $400 12
In the Old Testament, he prays to God, "Out of the belly of Hell cried I, and Thou heardest my voice"
    $400 17
HUD's seal combines high-rise buildings for urban with one of these birds symbolizing federal authority
    $400 22
The cops are doing this--not to keep the furniture clean, but for prints
    $400 2
"The embarrassing thing is that the salad dressing is outgrossing my films", Paul said of this co. he co-founded
    $600 28
Name of the gang Butch led on numerous rampages, or a 1969 Peckinpah film
    $600 8
HMH-772, call name "Hustler", is a Marine Corps squadron of these craft
    $600 13
He phrased it a bit differently, but William Congreve gets credit for the line "Hell hath no fury like" this
    $600 18
Until 2008, HUD was responsible for regulation of these 2 govt.-sponsored agencies with cutesy nicknames
    $600 23
It's the "T" in ETS, the folks who administer the S.A.T. & the G.R.E.
    $600 3
Paul called being on this guy's enemies list "The highest single honor I've ever received"
    $800 29
Detectives from this private agency chased Butch out of the country in 1901
    $800 9
The 4 H's on the 4-H Club's cloverleaf once stood for Head, Heart, Hands & Hustle; in 1911 this replaced Hustle
    $800 14
In Act 3 of this "manly" work, George Bernard Shaw quipped that "Hell is full of musical amateurs"
    DD: $400 19
This onetime HUD secretary was also a Buffalo Bills QB, a N.Y. Congressman &--oh yeah--a 1996 VP candidate
    $800 24
Fishermen & directors do it (P.S. Don't sit on that couch!)
    $800 4
Paul's final Best Actor Oscar nomination was for his portrayal of local hero Sully Sullivan in this 1994 film
    $1000 30
Butch was reportedly killed near San Vicente in this country in 1909, though no one knows for sure
    $1000 10
Hustler Casino in Los Angeles is owned & operated by this publisher & civil liberties advocate
    $1000 15
It was the title of Medal of Honor winner Audie Murphy's autobiography
    $1000 20
The curves of HUD's headquarters exemplify this architectural style that shares its name with Munch's emotive painting style
    $1000 25
Favorite sport of Lancelot & friends
    $1000 5
Paul's breakout role was as boxer Rocky Graziano in this 1956 film (the title's true down here, too)

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

Jeanie Jessie Gavin
$3,800 $1,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeanie Jessie Gavin
$5,600 $4,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the nicknames of the home boys. You identify the state.)
    $400 4
The Dutch royal family took refuge in Canada during WWII, & Princess Margriet was born in this capital
    $400 1
    $400 15
Findings suggest this part, once dismissed as superfluous, repopulates the digestive system w/ good bacteria
    $400 7
As Limburger ages, it gains in flavor & this quality for which it is notorious
    $400 23
The Eiffel Tower was built using 2.5 million rivets & 14 million pounds of this material
    $400 18
"Wild & crazy guy" who starred in "Shopgirl" & became U.S. president in 1837
    $800 12
Prince Maurits was once senior manager of passenger services for this city's Schiphol Airport
    $800 2
    $800 16
Males have these protuberances of the mammae because they develop when the fetus is still androgynous
    $800 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands next to a big vat at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.) The percentage of this milk ingredient helps determine the type of cheese it's going to become--the more there is, the mellower the cheese
    $800 24
Founded in 1802, this military group surveys roads & canals, builds lighthouses & maps navigation channels
    $800 19
Member of Culture Club who's a boxer turned grill salesman
    $1200 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from The Hague in the Netherlands.) Each year the monarch of the Netherlands comes to this room in The Hague to open parliament; since 1980, it's been this beloved woman
    $1200 3
    DD: $2,200 21
Often removed, this foursome developed when the human diet consisted of unprocessed & raw food
    $1200 9
Among 79 classes in the world championship cheese contest are Cheddar mild, Cheddar medium & Cheddar this
    $1200 28
On August 1, 1977 the Arco Juneau became the first tanker to carry crude delivered by this 48-inch diameter system
    $1200 20
Rolling Stones song that's "A gas! gas! gas!" & a comic book hero who saves Earth from Ming the Merciless
    $1600 14
The Dutch King William III was also Grand Duke of this grand duchy, now an independent country
    $1600 5
    $1600 22
The arrector pili muscle makes most mammals appear larger; on humans it gives us this chilly skin condition
    $1600 10
In Wisconsin this coagulated substance is a snack on its own, & making it squeak is encouraged
    $1600 29
One of the world's largest earth-&-rock fill dams, it's named for the founder of the Turkish republic
    DD: $3,000 26
Fred Flintstone's catchphrase is a style of singing popular in the 1950s
    $2000 17
This former queen who passed away in 2004 was an avid skier until she was in her 80s
    $2000 6
    $2000 25
From the Greek, this lower end of the backbone represents a vestigial tail in apes & humans
    $2000 11
Tyros is Greek for "cheese", & the crystals in aged cheese are tyrosine, one of these building blocks of protein
    $2000 30
From the French for "large box", it's a watertight structure allowing men to work underwater
    $2000 27
Bonnie Tyler's 1983 No. 1 hit song about Marlow's search for Mr. Kurtz in the Belgian Congo

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeanie Jessie Gavin
$18,000 $14,800 $16,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Astronomers used clues in the text of this epic to figure out the date of its archery contest: April 16, 1178 B.C.

Final scores:

Jeanie Jessie Gavin
$9,000 $3,600 $2,999
2-day champion: $25,601 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeanie Jessie Gavin
$18,400 $13,800 $15,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $47,600

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Game tape date: 2008-12-03
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