Show #4523 - Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Scott Renzoni game 5.


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Stan Brown, a high school history teacher from Macon, Georgia

Jennifer Borman, an education researcher from Cranston, Rhode Island

Scott Renzoni, a bartender and actor from Burlington, Vermont (whose 4-day cash winnings total $112,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1726 Jonathan Swift published this work as "Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World"
    $200 26
In 1967 the Coliseum hosted the first Super Bowl between Kansas City & this other Midwestern team
    $200 16
You can get your chi balanced by either of these 2 ancient Chinese methods whose name both begin "acu"
    $200 11
Topping the list is this North Pole resident with apparently unlimited, incalculable wealth
    $200 6
Its name says where it's at
    $200 21
It's gray or brown & 2-5 inches long not counting the tail
    $400 2
It's Lewis Carroll's sequel to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
    $400 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) A new stadium was being built so this baseball team played in the Coliseum from 1958 to 1961 after moving to L.A.
    $400 17
This "therapy" uses concentrated plant oils like rosemary or bergamot to relieve stress
    $400 12
$1 billion is the total for this fictional billionaire, Homer Simpson's boss
    $400 7
"Zone" in on this country important to world commerce
    $400 22
    $600 3
Elizabeth Bennet eventually falls in love with Mr. Darcy in this classic by Jane Austen
    $600 28
In October 1989 280,000 in 4 nights saw this band with an appetite for destruction open for the Rolling Stones
    $600 18
Meaning "the science of prolonging life", it's a dietary regime of whole grains, vegetables & beans
    $600 13
This candy magnate from a Roald Dahl novel hoards a sweet $8 billion
    $600 8
A bit of serendipity will lead you to this country's name
    $600 23
Sport in which 2 teams use curved sticks to hit a ball into their opponents' goal
    DD: $1,000 4
Winston Smith is arrested by the Thought Police in this 1949 novel
    $800 29
The L.A. Coliseum serves as the home field for this university's football team & they first played there in 1923
    $800 19
By this alternative medicine's methods a quartz-powered watch should aid in carpal-tunnel syndrome relief; well, maybe
    $800 14
This "Gilligan's Island" tycoon washes ashore with $8 billion
    $800 9
Nation where Bolivar's buried
    $800 24
The highest rank in the British army
    $1000 5
Dickens novel that ends, "It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done..."
    $1000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) The all-time L.A. Coliseum attendance record of 134,254 occurred in 1963 when this reverend held a crusade here
    $1000 20
Autosuggestion ("I am great, great") is classified as a form of "self" this ("I am getting sleepy, sleepy")
    $1000 15
A James Bond villain, he's worth an estimated $1.2 billion
    $1000 10
Modern country that's Hannibal's historic home
    $1000 25
England's Wars of the Roses ended there

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

Renzo Jennifer Stan
$3,800 -$200 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Renzo Jennifer Stan
$6,200 $1,200 $8,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: There are no "B"s in each correct response; keep that in mind, please.)
    $400 4
Built by the Franciscans around 1718, it was captured by Mexicans in 1836
    $400 26
2003's "Almas del Silencio" was the first new Spanish language album in 5 years from this "She Bangs" singer
    $400 21
Fairbury is the seat of this county named for the U.S. president known as the "Sage of Monticello"
    $400 1
2 of the flavors in names of Diet Coke varieties in the U.S.
    $400 11
Madonna could have gone to Madonna Univ. in Livonia but instead attended this bigger school in Ann Arbor
    $400 15
Strip the "B" off a South American country & you're left with her, Ms. Newton-John
    $800 7
You can tour this general's 1807 Virginia birthplace, Stratford Hall
    $800 27
A native of Cuba, he played Vincent Mancini in "The Godfather, Part III"
    $800 22
On April 4, 1860 Jack Keetley became the first to change mounts at Rock Creek Station in this new mail service
    $800 2
The 2 basic numerical types of lowfat milk
    $800 12
This university's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging is named in honor of Colonel Sanders & John Y. Brown Sr.
    $800 16
After losing a "B" the UCLA football team was in these
    $1200 8
California's first state prison, it was built with convict labor in 1852
    $1200 28
The villain Khan on "Star Trek", he's now the grandfather of the Spy Kids
    $1200 23
In 1861 this great-great-grandfather of astronaut Bruce McCandless was killed by this "Wild" gunslinger near Fairbury
    $1200 3
The 2 basic types of vermouth; one usually goes in a martini, the other in a Manhattan
    $1200 13
62% of the undergrads at Charter Oak State College are from this state
    $1200 17
Groups of Native Americans have to drop a "B" in order to make these attempts
    $1600 9
Born in 1800, he believed God had chosen him to lead his fellow black slaves to freedom
    $1600 24
Passenger railways serving Fairbury through the years included the Union Pacific & this one mentioned in the song heard here
    $1600 5
Rhyming words for German dark beer & German white wine
    $1600 14
John Carroll, America's first Roman Catholic bishop, founded this Washington, D.C. university
    $1600 18
Do a "B"-ectomy on an automated non-human auto plant worker & you get this potted plant part
    $2000 10
From 1831 to 1865 William Lloyd Garrison published this crusading journal
    DD: $2,000 25
In 1933 the First National Bank was robbed by a gang that included Alvin Karpis & 2 sons of this female gangster
    DD: $2,500 6
The 2 nationalities that precede "breakfast" in Peet's Favorites tea sampler
    $2000 20
President Taft's daughter Helen was a longtime history professor & dean of this women's college in Pennsylvania
    $2000 19
After being called to dinner, what we were eating on lost a "B" & all I had left was this story to tell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Renzo Jennifer Stan
$13,900 $1,200 $24,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to come up with 2 names.)
2 names: A man journeying & his country of destination in both Genesis 39 & Matthew 2

Final scores:

Renzo Jennifer Stan
$1,400 $1,200 $21,399
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $21,399

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Renzo Jennifer Stan
$13,200 $1,200 $24,600
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
3 R,
2 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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Game tape date: 2004-01-28
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