Show #4766 - Monday, May 2, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 14.


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Arthur Phillips, an author from Brooklyn, New York

Pam Mueller, an entering law student originally from Chicago, Illinois

Eric Terzuolo, a retired diplomat and university professor from Bergen, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The "N" is in quotation marks because each correct response will begin with an "N" and end with an "N".)
    $200 1
This impressionist was as skilled at painting people as he was at painting fields & sunsets
    $200 6
Jack Handey "Deep Thought": "To me", this sport "is like a ballet, except, there's no music... and the dancers hit each other"
    $200 16
Comfy casual brand for your dogs
(4, 7)
    $200 19
This state had the first hospital, the first circulating library & the first scientific society, endowed by Ben Franklin himself
    $200 21
Hortense Powdermaker did fieldwork in this California place & wrote a book calling it "The Dream Factory"
    $200 11
The only word in "The Pledge of Allegiance" that starts & ends with "N"
    $400 2
One of the hundreds of portraits painted by this artist is seen here
    $400 7
Hallelujah! This "Late Night" bandleader co-wrote The Weather Girls' "It's Raining Men"
    $400 17
All Star high-top brand
    $400 20
In 1933 this state ushered in the first drive-in movie theater; it was located in Camden
    $400 22
Ruth Benedict's study of this country began at the behest of the U.S. Office of War Information in the 1940s
    $400 12
It's the first age you reach when you're surrounded by "N"s
    $600 3
Life in the tenements of New York was a favorite subject of this Robert Henri "School"
    $600 8
Neal McDonough was drafted to play Lt. Buck Compton in this WWII miniseries co-produced by Steven Spielberg
    $600 18
Soft shoes to walk a mile in
    $600 25
In 1869 this state scored big with the first professional baseball team, the Red Stockings
    $600 28
Among the Ndembu, Victor Turner studied these transitional "rites", like isolation for young boys
    DD: $3,200 13
A webcam on this university's School of Communications is pointed at Lake Michigan
    $800 4
He painted the 1784 Neoclassical masterpiece seen here
    $800 9
Sigourney Weaver made her debut as "Alvy's date outside theater" in this 1977 Oscar winner
    $800 23
Comic book girl's namesake patent-leather shoes
(4, 5)
    $800 26
In 2001 it became the first U.S. state to ban hand-held phone use while driving
    $800 29
A debate raged between Sahlins & Obeyesekere over whether the Hawaiians really thought this man was a god
    $800 14
This "Dance" by the Pointer Sisters was featured in the film "Beverly Hills Cop"
    $1000 5
First name of the son seen here in a 1655 portrait by his father
    $1000 10
Before winning an Oscar for playing a shrink, he imitated Elmer Fudd singing Bruce Springsteen
    $1000 24
Classic tennis shoe brand
    $1000 27
In 1989 this state elected the first African-American governor, L. Douglas Wilder
    $1000 30
Franz Boas organized the Jesup Expedition of 1902, exploring the relationship of people of these 2 continents
    $1000 15
A black widow spider's venom is classified as this 10-letter type of poison

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

Eric Pam Arthur
$0 $3,400 $6,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Pam Arthur
$1,800 $5,400 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
In "Civil Disobedience", this transcendentalist said, "That government is best which governs least"
    $400 2
A 1981 movie-within-a-movie:
"The ___ Lieutenant's Woman"
    $400 10
This room isn't just for actors; it's become part of many master bedroom suites
    $400 17
This future Chief Justice was Dewey's 1948 running mate
    $400 16
One of the Canterbury Tales tells of the Wyf of this place (which Chaucer spelled with an E on the end)
    $400 11
It was really after this 1815 battle that Louis XVIII felt secure back on his old throne
    $800 4
His "Beyond Good and Evil" is prophetically subtitled "Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future"
    $800 3
A 1996 weepie:
"The ___ Patient"
    $800 18
(Hi, I'm Paige Davis, host of TLC's Trading Spaces.) Tips for doing this to your space include hanging mirrors, washing a wall with light & laying down area rugs
    $800 25
The name of this 1868 loser is on the president's guest house
    DD: $1,300 30
In the first line of "The Canterbury Tales" this calendar word is spelled to end with a double L
    $800 12
The roof of a factory & museum in Eden, N.Y. has the world's largest metal one of these toy instruments
    $1200 5
It may defy pure reason, but this philosopher seen here spent his whole life, 1724 to 1804, in Koenigsburg in East Prussia
    $1200 7
'50s nostalgia from 1978:
"___ Hot Wax"
    $1200 19
Before "dining room", this word that evokes tuxedos just means it's a separate room
    $1200 22
His 1920 run with James M. Cox didn't end his political career
    $1200 6
Chaucer spells this word to end in D-E-L; it's where a child of "half yeer age" lies
    DD: $3,000 14
Members of this Algonquian-speaking tribe live in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas & Mexico, but not in Dogpatch
    $1600 8
This Scottish philosopher who died in 1776 denied that a miracle can be proved with any amount or kind of evidence
    $1600 13
A 1995 comedy:
"___ Bacon"
    $1600 20
A storage room by the kitchen where china & silver are kept is his "pantry"
    $1600 23
Bryan's 1900 running mate; his grandson with the same name also lost a race or 2
    $1600 26
One Chaucer poem is about "The Parliament" of these (spelled with a U in place of the W)
    $1600 27
They're the two pets seen here whose names differ by a letter
    $2000 9
This 20th century German wondered about the nature of being in works like "Being and Time"
    $2000 15
A 1997 Mamet mystery:
"The ___ Prisoner"
    $2000 21
Named for its recessed panels, it's the type of ceiling shown; you can get a less elaborate version for the home
    $2000 24
This New Yorker was landslided with Goldwater
    $2000 29
The pilgrims are off to the shrine of Thomas Becket, whom Chaucer calls the "Blisful" this (with an I where we put a Y)
    $2000 28
Common Australian term for a newcomer on a sheep or cattle ranch

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Pam Arthur
$9,400 $12,000 $12,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Capital of the ancient Roman province of Galatia, it became a modern national capital in 1923

Final scores:

Eric Pam Arthur
$12,400 $18,699 $5
2nd place: $10,000 Winner: $20,000 + an advance to UToC Round 3 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Pam Arthur
$9,400 $10,200 $9,000
10 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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Game tape date: 2005-03-29
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