Show #4458 - Wednesday, January 14, 2004

Tom Walsh game 8.


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Steve Hall, a nurse and "Mr. Mom" from Hamden, Connecticut

Dave Fuller, a high school teacher from Midlothian, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $32,000)

Tom Walsh, a writer from Washington, D.C. (whose 7-day cash winnings total $184,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
At the Museum of these in Bristol, it gets very, very noisy on the hour, every hour
    $200 2
The IRS said the cost of maintaining a cat trained to alert these people to possible dangers is tax deductible
    $200 11
Him, her, him, him, her...doesn't matter who
    $200 27
This company's "No More Tears" baby shampoo comes in bottles ranging in size from 1.5 to 40 fl. oz.
    $200 14
Light brown, like a file folder; it's traced back to a Philippine seaport
    $200 21
For his "Redux" of this war film, Francis Ford Coppola added 49 minutes of footage not in the original cut
    $400 3
Product that was the specialty of the bakery Harry Lender opened in 1927 in Connecticut
    $400 4
The only time he was knocked out (TKO) was on October 2, 1980 against Larry Holmes
    $400 12
It's also called a postmortem
    $400 28
This 1/4 moisturizer lotion soap now has a shampoo line with weightless moisturizers
    $400 15
Damson, a shade of purple (& a heck of a plum), refers to this Syrian cty
    $400 22
The trailer for this Hugh Grant-Sandra Bullock film included the "You love him." "I love him?" scene; the film didn't
    $600 5
Miss Porter's School in Farmington was the alma mater of this Long Island-born first lady
    $600 8
Many fled their homes as a result of this May 18, 1980 event seen here
    $600 13
Sylvia Plath's "The Bell Jar" is described as this, as it's partially based on incidents in her own life
    $600 29
Dr. Ruth has shown up in commercials for this shampoo line from Clairol
    $600 16
Earth of this Tuscany town, raw or burnt, is used to make brown pigments
    $600 23
The musical number "Human Again", originally cut from this Disney fairy tale, was used in the stage version
    DD: $800 6
In the 19th century the ivory imported from Africa into Ivoryton, Connecticut was exported mainly as these
    $800 9
In a race for the governorship of Arkansas Frank D. White beat this incumbent
    $800 19
Get mad, get really mad -- it's alphabetically the first of the 7 Deadly Sins
    $800 30
Its Pro-V line is enriched with pro-vitamin complexes
    $800 17
The royal family of the Netherlands is the House of this, a small principality now part of Vaueluse in France
    $800 24
For the "Bootleg" director's cut he added 35 more minutes to his "Almost Famous"
    $1000 7
It's about 40 miles from SoHo in Manhattan to SoNo, a commercial district in this Connecticut town
    $1000 10
Due to their unpopularity the U.S. Mint stopped making them, temporarily, less than a year after their introduction
    $1000 20
Bartolomeo Eustachio is considered a founder of the modern version of this science
    $1000 26
This brand's "Plus" is a "2-in-1" formula that combines shampoo & conditioner
    $1000 18
Gamboge is a yellow pigment that got its name from its origin in this southeast Asian country
    $1000 25
Her "You Are My Lucky Star" number was cut from "Singin' in the Rain", but it's back on the DVD

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

Tom Dave Steve
$1,600 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Dave Steve
$2,000 $3,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Psalm 3 is "A psalm of" him, "when he fled from Absalom with his son"
    $400 16
The 20th century's top song in U.S. airplay, this one by The Righteous Brothers has been heard over 8 million times
    $400 19
This "Bandstand" & "Pyramid" host didn't help build the pyramids'; the almanac only carbon-dates him back to 1929
    $400 26
According to J.R.R. Tolkien, "In a hole in the ground there lived" one of these
    $400 3
One of the practices the "Kama Sutra" says men should master is training these birds to speak
    $400 2
When it comes to cars, ragtop is slang for this
    $800 12
These silver & gold objects that some worship "have mouths, but they speak not: eyes...but they see not"
    $800 17
In 1984 L.A.'s KDAY became the USA's first station devoted to this genre of music
    $800 20
Though considered a co-captain with his partner Meriwether Lewis, he was actually a lieutenant
    $800 27
You put your Dixon Ticonderoga into a hole called a "chuck" in this device
    $800 4
Whooping cranes whoop it up mainly on this continent
    $800 8
Cortes & Balboa were 2 of the most famous of these Spanish military adventurers
    DD: $3,000 13
Like Psalm 23, Psalm 80 begins by comparing God to this worker
    $1200 18
Terry Gross' interview show from WHYY in Philadelphia is a breath of this, its title
    $1200 21
In 1987 she became president of the Mystery Writers of America
    $1200 28
It was the Indian dungeon in which over 100 British soldiers reputedly perished in June 1756
    $1200 5
In 1993 a flock of these followed an ultralight plane from Ontario to Virginia
    $1200 9
He was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity
    $1600 14
In Hebrew Psalm 34 is one of these: its verses begin with the letters Alef, Bet, Gimel...
    $1600 24
It airs each Saturday: June 21, 2003's topic was Iraq, June 28's Medicare
    $1600 22
A director of London's National Gallery, he introduced the world to art in his TV series "Civilization"
    $1600 29
This famous hideout used by Butch Cassidy lent its name to his outlaw gang
    DD: $2,000 6
Once moving in flocks of over a billion, enough to darken the skies, they've sadly been extinct since 1914
    $1600 10
It's the point where 2 or more rivers join to flow as one
    $2000 15
Psalm 37 includes this point about humble people, also made by Jesus on the mount
    $2000 25
Starting in 1940, the longest continuous sponsorship in broadcast history is this co.'s of the Met on radio
    $2000 23
In 1967 he replaced Nicholas Katzenbach as LBJ's attorney general
    $2000 30
In children's tales, Winnie the Pooh got stuck in one & Alice fell through one
    $2000 7
Named for a prominent feature, it's the bird seen here
    $2000 11
Seen here, this one at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is exquisite

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Dave Steve
$18,200 $11,000 $12,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This country's coastline, on the Gulf of Aden & the Indian Ocean, is the longest on the African continent

Final scores:

Tom Dave Steve
$11,600 $0 $24,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Dave Steve
$16,400 $11,000 $12,000
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
22 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2003-11-12
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