Show #4518 - Wednesday, April 7, 2004

Chris Miller game 5.


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Diana Wynne, a writer and producer from San Francisco, California

Glenn Howes, a software engineer from Nashua, New Hampshire

Chris Miller, a retail specialist from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 4-day cash winnings total $111,196)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: News stories from the magazine's 30 years.)
"P" & "P"
    $200 12
This silversmith made an historic midnight ride April 18, 1775
    $200 6
10 or 12-ounce gloves,
protective headgear
    $200 25
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) I'm in this city often called "The Queen of the Adriatic"
    $200 26
After complaints that it attracted young smokers, R.J. Reynolds dropped this animated animal character
    $200 13
June 30, 2003:
This royal vies with movie stars to top the list of the "25 Hottest Bachelors"
    $200 1
In other words, a slumberwear celebration
    $400 20
Bob Ford collected a reward after shooting this man dead April 3, 1882
    $400 7
Landing area,
long flexible staff
    $400 24
(Cheryl) I'm in this European city at a monument inspired by the Acropolis
    $400 27
In the Old West, a "prayer book" was a cowboy's pack of these cigarette-making accessories
    $400 14
Nov. 6, 1978:
This ex-urban guerrilla "From Inside Prison, the Exclusive Story of Her Romance with Her Bodyguard"
    $400 2
A small stitch used in embroidery, its name is French for "small stitch"
    $600 10
On April 30, 1900 he died bravely with one hand on the brake lever of the Cannonball Express
    $600 8
A sled weighing no more than 50 pounds,
a steep hill,
nerves of steel
    $600 17
If I'm standing nervously under the "Torre Pendente", I'm in this Italian city on the Arno River
    $600 28
Act I of a Bizet opera takes place in a Seville square near a cigarette factory where this title character works
    $600 15
May 8, 1989:
Chemist Stanley Pons stirs up science "with His Stunning Claim to Have Achieved" this
    $600 3
If you want to produce your CD where Prince produces his, rent a studio here in Chanhassen, Minnesota
    DD: $2,200 21
At an auction in April 1978, one of these books sold for $2 million, then a record for a printed book
    $800 9
2 teams of 6,
an over 7-foot-high net
    $800 18
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) I'm in this Rhode Island city that's home to the International Tennis Hall of Fame
    $800 29
On a tour of Europe, Annie Oakley once shot a cigarette from the mouth of this future German kaiser
    $800 16
In 1997 People was on the crime beat with this victim
    $800 4
If a pencil pusher worries so much over his books that he becomes miserly, he turns into one of these
    $1000 22
On April 7, 1805 Beethoven premiered this symphony that was inspired by Napoleon
    $1000 11
Floor area,
a ball, a hoop or a ribbon
    $1000 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) I'm in this city that FedEx bases its headquarters due to its location & good weather
    $1000 30
In addition to jeweled easter eggs, this famous Russian goldsmith designed cigarette boxes & carved animals
    $1000 23
April 2, 1990:
Hollywood stars protest this pesticide "Which Comes in on Medfly Wings and a Sprayer"
    $1000 5
A government that spends in order to increase income & employment is doing this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Chris Glenn Diana
$4,200 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Glenn Diana
$7,200 $400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each clue will contain the correct response in a backward way.)
    $400 29
In 1973 Twyla Tharp choreographed "Deuce Coupe" for the Joffrey Ballet with music by this group
    $400 30
Bette Davis starred in this 1950 movie about theatrical backstabbing
    $400 1
When you squirt whipped cream from an aerosol can, this laughing gas often used as an anesthetic is the propellant
    $400 20
The DC-9 owned by Hugh Hefner was nicknamed the Big this
    $400 14
You had to mount this mountain to visit Zeus at home
    $400 6
I'll flog the next person who tells me how relaxing this game is
    $800 28
In 1980 Marjorie Tallchief helped this older sister found the Chicago City Ballet
    $800 11
In "And God Created Woman" Jean-Louis Trintignant has his hands full with this 18-year-old bride
    $800 2
This marsh gas is the chief substance in firedamp, a gas that causes mine explosions
    $800 27
It's the row in Charleston, South Carolina in which "Porgy & Bess" is set
    $800 16
Ulysses is an alternative name for this Greek hero
    $800 7
This school probably makes students bring a doctor's note to get out of cricket practice
    $1200 25
A prima ballerina is the star female dancer of a ballet company; this French term refers to the star male dancer
    $1200 8
Married couple Henry & Phoebe Ephron wrote "Desk Set", starring this real-life couple
    $1200 3
Automobiles are equipped with catalytic converters that convert carbon monoxide into this gas
    $1200 26
Mizaru, Mikazaru & Mazaru are this impaired monkey trio
    $1200 17
A musician & a poet, he married Eurydice
    $1200 9
The monarch sipped a Yuengling one of these brews with his customary regal air
    $1600 24
This touring group exhibited a Russian spirit, but never performed in Russia; it broke up after Diaghilev's death
    $1600 12
In poetry these "lead but to the grave"; they're also the title of a Stanley Kubrick war film
    $1600 4
This gas, atomic No. 2, is used as a tracer in detecting leaks in gas lines
    $1600 22
The Waltons had a pet one named Myrtle; Tad Lincoln's were named Nanny & Nanko
    $1600 18
This king of the fairies appears in works by Wieland & Shakespeare
    $1600 10
You'll never get this large crucifix through the door
    $2000 23
In 1990 Mark Morris & Baryshnikov founded this "Project", a touring company
    $2000 13
Deborah Kerr is seen here in this film recently remade with Julianne Moore
    DD: $1,600 5
This gas, when combined with oxygen, is used to cut & weld metal
    $2000 21
An arctophile collects these toys
    DD: $1,800 19
His cult centers included Abydos in upper Egypt & Busiris in lower Egypt
    $2000 15
'Ere, give that bloke a tenner to get some of this so we can make cheese

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Glenn Diana
$14,200 $6,000 $6,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

First published in 1897, this novel wasn't translated into Romanian until 1992

Final scores:

Chris Glenn Diana
$12,401 $12,000 $12,200
5-day champion: $123,597 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Glenn Diana
$16,000 $6,000 $4,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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Game tape date: 2004-01-27
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