Show #4772 - Tuesday, May 10, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 3, game 2.


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Brian Moore, an astronomer from Houston, Texas

Phil Yellman, a legal assistant from Seattle, Washington

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

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we continue with our tribute to CNN's 25th anniversary. Our first category is...)
    $200 12
(Hi, I'm Christiane Amanpour of CNN.) Millions of people have come here to Vatican City to this basilica to present their final respects to Pope John Paul II
    $200 11
Popular pilgrimage place:
    $200 6
This evangelist known for his "crusades" said he believed there is life on other planets & that the Bible hints at it
    $200 13
The collarbone, more technically known as this, is part of the pectoral girdle
    $200 30
The last Medici gave this city the family's art collection "to attract the curiosity of foreigners"
    $200 1
A refined woman &
a Charlie Chaplin character
    $400 18
The man seen here was largely responsible for this hotly anticipated film, the top box office hit of 1999
    $400 23
Shire to a shifty sheriff:
    $400 7
Yum! The peanut version of these letter-perfect candies debuted in 1954
    $400 14
Visible bruising begins with the rupture of these vessels
    DD: $2,600 29
Proposed by historian Edouard de Laboulaye, it was presented to the U.S. for its centennial
    $400 2
Mr. Bede &
the night before
    $600 19
The activist seen here testified before the Senate in favor of research using the embryonic type of these
    $600 24
Where Gerry & The Pacemakers were from:
    $600 8
What's in a name? The Corsair, Citation, Ranger & Pacer were all models of this Ford flop of the '50s
    $600 15
This part, seen here, is often transplanted
    $600 21
The Mass. Bay Colony named this college for a man who gifted half his 1,600-pound estate & 400 books
    $600 3
Scalds &
footballer Marcus
    $800 20
She made news in 1988 when she became the first woman to head a modern Muslim nation
    $800 26
A united place:
    $800 9
In 1954, she became the first recipient of the literary award named for her; perhaps she kept it in a "Little House"
    $800 16
It's Latin for "neck" & can mean the neck as well as the outer end of the uterus
    $800 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew points to a globe almost as big as he is in the FDR Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY.) George Marshall gave FDR this globe to trace troop movements; he also gave an identical one to this man
    $800 4
A screwdriver &
a numbered game cube
    $1000 22
The measure at issue here was ratified by 35 states, this many short of the number it needed
    $1000 27
Pushoff port:
    $1000 10
This actor who'd wanted to be an aviator since he was a lad was lucky enough to play Lindbergh in a 1957 film
    $1000 17
If your left brain hemisphere needs to "cc" your right, It's a good thing they're connected by this "C.C."
    $1000 28
Born in Hungary, he's used his success with the Quantum Fund to finance programs in democracy & public health
    $1000 5
Skullcap &
Mr. Rhodes

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Pam Phil Brian
$2,000 $1,200 $6,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Phil Brian
$3,600 $5,400 $9,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And for those of you who are fans of Jeopardy! as well as Cheers, that great comedy series, you will recognize our categories in this round...)
    $400 7
The vast majority of the U.S. government's 2.7 million civil servants are employed in this branch of govt.
    $400 16
The subject of the stamp seen here is a major artist of this nation
    $400 30
On this popular TV show that premiered in 1959, Ben's 3 sons were born of 3 different mothers
    $400 11
John Ratzenberger, Cliff Clavin on "Cheers", did British ads for this golden U.S. beer company
    $400 1
A sheath for a dagger or a sword
    $400 19
Being walled up alive was the penalty if these Roman flame-tenders broke their vows of celibacy
    $800 8
Today the U.S Civil Service Commission is known as the OPM, or "Office of" this
    $800 17
It's the ancient religious complex depicted on the stamp seen here
    $800 25
In a classic Hitchcock film, Virginia Gregg gave voice to this character's dead mother
    $800 12
Heineken markets Buckler, this type of beer for the designated driver
    $800 2
Popular pie plant pictured here
    $800 29
This adjective for one celibate type of life comes from the Greek for "alone"
    $1200 5
Based on merit, the Civil Service replaced this "system" of job appointment that Andrew Jackson favored
    $1200 18
It's the year the commemorative stamp seen here was issued
    $1200 22
Though only separated by one year in real life, she played mother to son Colin Farrell in "Alexander"
    $1200 13
Of relatively light color, IPA is short for "India" this rhyming term
    $1200 3
Standard atmospheric pressure at sea level is about 1,000 of these units
    $1200 26
The singer for The Smiths, his claims of social maladjustment & celibacy endeared him to his audience
    DD: $3,200 9
The UK's civil service is based on the bureaucracy of this company that existed from 1600 until 1858
    $1600 20
Mais oui, the work of this painter is featured on the stamp seen here
    $1600 23
This 1988 film in which a teenage boy kidnaps Elvis for his mother bears the name of Elvis' first big hit
    $1600 14
From 1940 to 1965 New York City was caught up in the annual contest to find "Miss" this brewer
    $1600 4
It's the island indicated here
    DD: $2,000 27
This 20th c. leader wrote, "For me the observance of... Brahmacharya has been full of difficulties"
    $2000 10
The U.S. Civil Service Commission was established as a result of this would-be civil servant shooting President Garfield
    $2000 21
He's the nationalist statesman seen here
    $2000 24
This actor's mother, Mitzi, owns the legendary Los Angeles club The Comedy Store
    $2000 15
Lambic beer, fermented by wild yeasts, is mainly made in this Low Country
    $2000 6
One of the brightest stars in the sky, it's actually a double star in the constellation Taurus
    $2000 28
These 12th c. councils named for a Roman palace declared priestly marriages invalid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Phil Brian
$14,800 $11,000 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Born of Norwegian descent in 1916, he was given the first name of a famous Norwegian of the time

Final scores:

Pam Phil Brian
$25,201 $8,000 $0
Winner: $30,000 + an advance to UToC Round 4 2nd place: $15,000 3rd place: $15,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pam Phil Brian
$14,400 $12,000 $12,600
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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Game tape date: 2005-04-13
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