Show #4307 - Tuesday, April 29, 2003

2003 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 2.


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Ashton Kutcher, an actor from That '70s Show

Vivica A. Fox, an actress from Boat Trip

Wayne Brady, an actor, comedian and singer from The Wayne Brady Show

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
An airport in Orange County, California is named for this movie "Duke"
    $200 17
In 1804 Napoleon's brother Jerome & his Baltimore-bred bride honeymooned at this upstate New York site
    $200 7
This metal's "Age" began around 1200 B.C. & no, it didn't follow the Wash & Dry Age
    $200 4
Playwright Jean Anouilh had a lot at "stake" with "L'Alouette", his play about this female saint
    $200 10
Jet-lagged or just hung-over? Let's wake up your face with Wu Morning!, a mask from this Asian country
    $200 3
Flutter, like eyelashes
    $400 2
In 1998 he was picked as the top player of all time by The Hockey News
    $400 22
2 of the traditional "Big 5" animals you'd hope to see on a safari honeymoon
    $400 8
Centrum multivitamins say they're "Complete from A to" this element
    $400 18
This director of the film "Moulin Rouge!" brought his hit production of "La boheme" to Broadway in 2002
    $400 11
Let's dramatize your look with some Hard Candy mascara in pickle, a shade of this color
    $400 5
To decide irrevocably, like someone's fate
    $600 12
Wayne Rogers left this show after a contract dispute; his character Trapper John got discharged & went home
    $600 23
In Venice, this professional needs a license to operate his boat, but not to sing to newlyweds
    $600 9
Wondering what to do with your cadmium? Combine it with nickel to make the popular NiCad types of these
    DD: $600 19
Now ear this: "Vincent in Brixton" is a play about this artist
    $600 14
Bad Girl & Lush aren't what your agent calls you; they're pencils from Benefit made to line eyes & these
    $600 6
In cooking, to cut open & spread flat, as with shrimp or steak
    $800 13
He headlines at the Stardust in Las Vegas 40 weeks a year
    $800 20
Martin Klaproth named this radioactive element that he discovered in 1789 for a planet discovered in 1781
    $800 15
Your face may get a lift from this music-&-airline mogul's Virgin Cosmetics
    $1000 21
At -37.93 degrees Fahrenheit, this metal becomes a solid
    $1000 16
I think I'll adorn myself with Tova Borgnine's All Over crayons (wonder if she uses them on this guy, her husband)

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

Wayne Vivica Ashton
$2,200 $1,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wayne Vivica Ashton
$3,800 $0 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
This country celebrates Cinco de Mayo on May 5 & its independence on September 16
    $400 10
Beg all you want, you can't do this with Siegel & Shim's "Dictionary of Accounting Terms" -- it's a reference book
    $400 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at Graceland in Memphis) This person who released their first album in 2003 often napped in the Monkey Chair at Graceland's Jungle Room
    $400 6
Once the highest-paid musician, he dazzled us with costumes & candelabra, as well as his piano playing
    $400 16
The family bible records his first 2 names as David Dwight, not Dwight David
    $400 9
Rhytiphobia is the fear of getting these -- botox, anyone?
    $800 2
On September 7 you can party on down to Rio & celebrate this South American country's independence
    $800 23
"Before Taliban" & "Behind the Burqa" are books about this country
    $800 5
Elvis' pets at Graceland included these birds of the pheasant family, with spreading tail feathers
    $800 18
He's the pianist who's tickling the ivories in the photo seen here
    $800 17
Stephen T. Logan, & later William H. Herndon, were his law partners in Springfield, Illinois
    $800 7
Melissophobia isn't the fear of Joan Rivers' daughter but the fear of these insects, honey
    $1200 3
This "is the word"; "It's got groove, it's got meaning" & it's got its independence day on March 25
    $1200 24
Shelved not far from his novel "A Farewell to Arms" is a bio of him subtitled "A Life Without Consequences"
    $1200 12
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at Graceland in Memphis) The initials "TCB" painted here on the tail of Elvis Presley's airplane stand for this
    $1200 20
His first proclamation as president was to declare a national day of mourning for John F. Kennedy
    $1200 8
You may want to avoid Jay Leno if you have geniophobia, the fear of this body part
    $1600 19
After the czar was overthrown in 1917, Finland declared its independence from this country
    DD: $1,000 13
In the 1960s Elvis began a tradition of lining his driveway with lights of this color found in an Elvis Xmas song
    $1600 21
As part of his "New Deal", he took American currency off the gold standard in 1933
    DD: $3,000 14
Gallophobes fear anything related to this country -- better cancel that film with Gerard Depardieu
    $2000 22
The language books are in the 400s in this numerical system used by the library
    $2000 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) This TV-radio console was a gift to Elvis from this company for the sale of more than 50 million albums
    $2000 15
Tippi Hedren doesn't suffer from ornithophobia, the fear of these creatures

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wayne Vivica Ashton
$19,000 -$3,200 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're being very selfish, Vivica; we like looking at you and having you around!)
In the top films of 2 consecutive years in the 1960s, she played a nanny & a governess

Final scores:

Wayne Vivica Ashton
$24,000 $850 $0
Winner: $50,000 for Animal Avengers 2nd place: $20,000 for Breeding Tabernacle Church 3rd place: $20,000 for University of Iowa Patient Support Fund

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Wayne Vivica Ashton
$18,200 -$3,200 $11,000
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
3 R,
7 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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Game tape date: 2003-04-13
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