Show #4457 - Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Tom Walsh game 7.
First 7-day champion.


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Meg Wall-Wild, a publications editor from Madison, Wisconsin

Dave Fuller, a high school teacher from Midlothian, Virginia

Tom Walsh, a writer from Washington, D.C. (whose 6-day cash winnings total $152,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
"Brace yourself" -- Edward Angle was the first specialist in this dental field
    $200 1
Michael Jackson:
    $200 19
New in dictionaries, it's low-paying employment with no hope of advancement
    $200 7
One of this state's license plates depicts an automobile & says it's the "World's Motor Capital"
    $200 12
The costumes for this long-running musical based on a T.S. Eliot book of poems include pointy ears & tails
    $200 2
The less developed, non-industrialized nations of the planet
    $400 27
The FDA has approved getting your flu vaccine this way (same way as many pay their doctors)
    $400 13
Frankie Avalon:
"Second Planet from the Sun"
    $400 22
On Feb. 1, 2000 he defeated George W. Bush in the New Hampshire primary
    $400 8
This "Home on the Range" animal "roams" across Indiana's state seal
    $400 14
A bullfighter's costume includes a satin "suit of lights" & a montera, a 2-cornered one of these
    $400 3
It rose in Germany in 1933 & fell in 1945
    $600 28
Because it mainly affects babies & children, this disease is also called infantile paralysis
    $600 17
Billy Joel:
"You & I Weren't Responsible for Those Flames"
    $600 23
A spring wrapped around a shock absorber, it's the strut system of many front-wheel-drive vehicles
    DD: $1,000 9
Its state poem, "Howdy Folks", was written for a memorial to a humorist & mentions Wiley Post
    $600 15
Because of the jackets they wore during the 18th century, troops of this nation were known as Redcoats
    $600 4
In a classic comedy routine, it's where you'll find "I Don't Know"
    $800 29
Listen up! Teens & adults, as well as children, may have this disorder, ADD for short
    $800 18
The Bangles:
"Saunter Similarly to Tut or Ramses"
    $800 24
In 1841 a sound that became a center for Antarctic exploration was named for him
    $800 10
Connecticut has a state ship -- this nuclear-powered submarine which was commissioned at Groton on September 30, 1954
    $800 16
The distinctive colored clothes worn by these competitors are called "silks"
    $800 5
This type of narrator is outside of the action commenting on it
    $1000 30
In 1997 dieters who'd taken this drug combination were advised to get checked for heart damage
    $1000 20
Toni Braxton:
"Put Back Together This Beating Organ Of Mine"
    $1000 25
"The Northern Lights have seen queer sights, but the queerest they ever did see was that night...I cremated" him
    $1000 11
This state animal of Vermont, a breed of horse, is named for the ancestor's original owner
    $1000 21
Designer Sarah Phillips made news for designing this woman's inaugural gown worn on Jan. 20, 1993
    $1000 6
Called the Ajna Chakra in Hinduism, opening it leads to cosmic wisdom

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

Tom Dave Meg
$200 $1,800 $6,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Dave Meg
$2,000 $5,800 $10,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Alright!)
    $400 7
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Berlin Wall) In Berlin in 1963, this American said, "Democracy is not perfect, but we never had to put a wall up to keep people in"
    $400 1
This villain started out as Anakin Skywalker, a young slave on Tatooine
    $400 26
Pew was an evil pirate in this classic 1883 novel
    $400 16
Smothers ____,
    $400 20
"The Fiddler" by Marc Chagall is portrayed as a fiddler on one of these -- L'Chaim!
    $400 6
If the bottom stripe falls off your American flag, you're left with this many
    $800 8
Karl Schinkel designed the Werderscher Kirche as this type of building; it's now a Schinkel museum
    $800 2
Of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly", the one played by Lee Van Cleef
    $800 27
His ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge, was formerly a French merchant ship he took & refitted
    $800 17
____ Ben,
rice guy
    $800 22
This French sculptor's first masterwork, a young male nude circa 1875, was later called "The Age of Bronze"
    $800 12
If 1/3 of the U.S. Supreme Court suddenly quits, there'll be this many judges left on the bench
    $1200 9
Tempelhof Airport, opened in 1923, was made famous by this 1948-'49 event
    $1200 3
In this 1988 film Alan Rickman as Hans Gruber spoils Bruce Willis' day -- well, night
    $1200 28
In honor of its centenary Joseph Papp produced a version of this in Central Park in 1980
    $1200 18
____ Machree,
Irish favorite
    $1200 23
17th century artist born in Delft known for his paintings that have a cool, silvery light
    $1200 13
If one of your nonet gets bumped off, you're left with a group called this
    $1600 10
Much of this innovative female director's film "Olympia" was shot at Berlin's Olympic Stadium in 1936
    $1600 4
Bill McKinney, one of the mountain men who went after Ned Beatty in this 1972 film, has a CD of love songs out
    $1600 29
Tortola in this island group was a popular spot for 17th century pirates
    $1600 19
____ Jones,
"Hee Haw" star
    $1600 24
In 1930 Picasso created 30 etchings as illustrations for this ancient Roman's "Metamorphoses"
    DD: $3,000 14
If 31 of the gross of personalized pencils you ordered were sent back due to typos, you'd still have this many
    $2000 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Berlin) The Reichstag became a museum after World War II, but was reborn in the '90s as the home of this parliament
    DD: $2,500 5
Betty Lou Gerson voiced her in 1961; Glenn Close played her in 1996 & 2000
    $2000 30
(I'm Jeff Probst in Panama) In 1671 this Welsh buccaneer burned much of Panama City to the ground while his men looted what was left
    $2000 21
____ Rhody,
recipient of goose death notice
    $2000 25
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has works by this famed local artist, like the one seen here, & a parking lot named for him
    $2000 15
Congrats! You won the Nobel Prize in Economics -- that leaves you this many other categories to go after

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Dave Meg
$17,300 $16,000 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The first man to die as the result of one of these accidents was Lt. Thomas Selfridge on Sept. 17, 1908

Final scores:

Tom Dave Meg
$32,000 $32,000 $24,200
7-day co-champion: $184,900 New co-champion: $32,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Dave Meg
$16,800 $14,200 $12,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
20 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $43,200

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Game tape date: 2003-11-12
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