Show #4456 - Monday, January 12, 2004

Tom Walsh game 6.
Tom sets a new regular play cash winnings record of $152,900.


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Snowden Becker, a film archivist originally from Shelton, Washington

Ron Blood, a window artist from Maui, Hawaii

Tom Walsh, a writer from Washington, D.C. (whose 5-day cash winnings total $118,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will consist of 1 letter & another letter; for instance, "A&P".)
    $200 11
It's the country where you'll find Cape Nordkyn, the northernmost point on the European mainland
    $200 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in Martha's Vineyard) Towns all over Martha's Vineyard filled in for this friendly seaside town in "Jaws"
    $200 26
His first Broadway success was 1961's "Come Blow Your Horn"
    $200 6
Her maiden name was Martha Dandridge
    $200 16
Mr. Boddy is the victim whose murder you try to solve in this classic board game
    $200 1
The Biography Channel was spun off from this one
    $400 12
In ancient times this city in Campania was called Neapolis
    $400 22
In 2003 there was talk of demolishing this city's Cook County Hospital, featured in "The Fugitive"
    $400 27
This character has Uncle Tom beaten to death in "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
    $400 7
He married Rachel Robards in 1791, but since her divorce was not yet final, they had to remarry on January 17, 1794
    $400 17
Introduced as a doll for boys, this action figure was named after a 1945 WWII movie
    $400 2
In police talk, they're the 2 elements of burglary
    $600 13
In Arabic this British territory on Spain's southern coast is called Gebel-al-Tarik (Hill of Tarik)
    $600 23
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in Berlin) The opening credits of this 1965 Richard Burton Cold War drama unspooled here at Checkpoint Charlie
    $600 28
L.A.'s Museum of Tolerance is a part of the center bearing the name of this man
    $600 8
The first lady who lived the longest, this native Missourian died in 1982 at age 97
    $600 18
It's the classic naval combat game from Milton Bradley
    $600 3
This West Coast company has been refining that pure cane sugar since 1906
    DD: $1,200 14
If you flew directly from the capital of Turkey to the capital of Ukraine, you'd have to cross this sea
    $800 24
L.A.'s Biltmore played the Sedgewick Hotel, where guests got slimed in this 1984 comedy
    $800 29
In 1812 he penned the "Cartagena Manifesto"
    $800 9
She & the future president spent part of their 1948 honeymoon at a Michigan-Northwestern football game
    $800 19
Lesney Products, a die-casting firm, experimented with making toys & this brand known for its miniature cars was born
    $800 4
Charles Keating owned the Lincoln one that failed in the 1980s
    $1000 15
Victoria Peak is the highest point in this Central American country
    $1000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Alaska) Featuring an Antarctic alien, this 1982 remake of a sci-fi classic was partly shot on a glacier near Juneau
    $1000 30
A popular Pasadena museum bears the name of this businessman & art collector
    $1000 10
Edith Galt, whom he married in 1915, was related to Pocahontas
    $1000 20
This cartoon girl is also a doll, seen here
    $1000 5
Xerox produces about 70% of the technology it develops in these labs

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

Tom Ron Snowden
$4,000 $2,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Ron Snowden
$8,600 $1,600 $6,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 23
A mother's frustration with hand-straining solid baby food in 1927 led to the creation of this brand
    $400 21
In 1999 St. Louis' Fernando Tatis became the first player ever to hit 2 of these in one inning, earning 8 RBIs total
    $400 16
In this speech Jesus said that God "knoweth what things ye have need of before ye ask him"
    $400 11
Making forms from a mold, it can also mean picking people to be in a play
    $400 6
Telescopes on Earth can only view this galaxy from the inside out
    $400 1
They're recorded on seismographs
    $800 24
The owner of the Brown Derby Restaurant invented this chopped salad as a way to use leftovers
    $800 22
In the 8th inning of a 1941 game, a play by shortstop Lou Boudreau ended this Yankee's 56-game hitting streak
    DD: $2,500 17
This prophet tried to flee God's presence by shipping out to Tarshish -- didn't work
    $800 12
Also called frottage, some people do it to tombstones & brass plaques
    $800 7
Ancient astronomers figured the Earth was 3 times larger than the Moon by timing one of these
    $800 2
1990 festivities for the 20th anniv. of this annual observance included a trash cleanup trek on Mount Everest
    $1200 25
French gardener Joseph Monier received a patent for the reinforced type of this construction material in 1867
    $1200 28
Coming to bat in the 4th inning of a game against the L.A. Dodgers in 1974, this Atlanta Brave hit his 715th home run
    $1200 18
Nebuchadnezzar told him, "Your god is a god of gods, and a lord of kings"
    $1200 13
Term for the designs carved or stamped into a piece of leather
    DD: $5,000 8
In terms of light speed, it's 8 minutes away from the Earth
    $1200 3
Coarse-textured baked ceramics
    $1600 26
In 387 B.C. Plato founded this school on the outskirts of Athens
    $1600 29
In the 3rd inning of a 1982 game, this Oakland player set a record with his 119th stolen base of the season
    $1600 19
This synonym of "omnipotent" is used to refer to God by Job & by Bob Marley in "Redemption Song"
    $1600 14
An escutcheon is a shield bearing a coat of arms, or a decorative plate often found around this opening in a door
    $1600 9
Like her late husband Eugene, Carolyn Shoemaker hunts these
    $1600 4
A popular ISP
    $2000 27
Every time you get a vaccination, you can thank this British physician who pioneered the process in the 1790s
    $2000 30
Up 5-3 in the 10th, this team lost game 6 & later the '86 Series after a ball went through Bill Buckner's legs
    $2000 20
After conquering Amalek, this king disappointed God by not killing every living thing; he spared the fat sheep
    $2000 15
It can be the metal band that holds a stone, or the upper faceted portion of a stone
    $2000 10
In 1664 Robert Hooke discovered this still largely mysterious feature of Jupiter
    $2000 5
Globe-friendly Al Gore bestseller

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Ron Snowden
$23,100 $6,000 $17,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1936 the San Francisco News sent this man to investigate living conditions among migrant workers

Final scores:

Tom Ron Snowden
$34,800 $11,700 $32,400
6-day champion: $152,900 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Ron Snowden
$21,000 $6,000 $13,600
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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Game tape date: 2003-11-12
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