Show #4531 - Monday, April 26, 2004

Tom Baker game 4.


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Richard Sautter, an actor and writer from Radnor, Pennsylvania

Doug Grenier, a mathematics professor from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Tom Baker, a writer from Tokyo, Japan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $102,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It forbids Congress from interfering with a citizen's freedom of religion, speech, assembly or petition
    $200 6
Who could forget Paul Lynde as the practical-joking warlock Uncle Arthur on this series
    $200 20
The astronauts drank this orange-flavored breakfast drink
    $200 26
Dedicated to upholding this nation's constitution, the Samuel Griffith Society is HQ'd in New South Wales
    $200 7
A unique mobile library in Kenya is transported from place to place by these "ships of the desert"
    $200 8
El Paso has a 459-foot lighted one of these, also in the nickname of its state
    $400 2
It's the seasonal favorite heard here
    $400 17
On a 1998 episode of this sitcom, Uncle Leo got caught shoplifting a book
    $400 21
Mr. Solo of the movies
    $400 27
English painter Samuel Cooper's 1657 portrait of this British Puritan leader is seen here
    $400 13
Most of the books in the ancient library at Alexandria in Egypt were in this language
    $400 9
In 2003 chef Daniel Boulud started shaving truffles onto this fast food favorite & charging $50 for it
    $600 3
The woman born Julia Gardiner is best known to history as one of these
    $600 18
On "The Dukes of Hazzard", Uncle Jesse was played by Denver Pyle; on "Full House", Uncle Jesse was played by this man
    $600 22
The past participle of the verb that means to make music vocally
    $600 28
Canadian business executive Samuel Bronfman was the founder & chief operating officer of this distilling company
    DD: $1,000 14
The Laurentian Library in Florence, Italy was founded in the 15th century by members of this family
    $600 10
The Nelson Knitting Co. made these pieces of apparel that people made monkeys out of
    $800 4
It's marked by pain & reddening of the top layer of skin
    $800 19
As Uncle Charley, William Demarest helped Fred MacMurray raise his boys on this '60s series
    $800 24
A protruding part of the face below the lips
    $800 29
This publishing company founded in 1830 has drama bookstores in New York, Hollywood, Toronto & London
    $800 15
The Morris, this type of library at the University of Virginia, has first editions of Coke & Blackstone
    $800 11
Mary Edna Fraser, whose work is seen here, had the first one-woman show at this Smithsonian museum
    $1000 5
It culminated in the bloody conquest of Jerusalem in July 1099
    $1000 23
Bill Bixby passed off Ray Walston as his Uncle Martin on this classic sitcom
    $1000 25
The last name of designer Anna, it sounds like a popular hog call
    $1000 30
A Chicago park is named for this founder & longtime president of the American Federation of Labor
    $1000 16
Amazonas state in this country has a floating library that brings books to children along the Orinoco River & its tributaries
    $1000 12
2-word title of the artwork seen here; New Englanders might call it "Spa"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Tom Doug Richard
$2,400 $1,200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Doug Richard
$5,600 $5,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 8
The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library
    $400 26
"Into these last nine beers" Hank Williams "shed a million" of these
    $400 1
In "This Side of Paradise" he called Princeton, his alma mater, "The pleasantest country club in America"
    $400 16
Robert Harris' historical novel about the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius is named for this ancient city
    $400 21
Kangaroos, like Girl Scouts, come in these groups
    $400 3
A male duck
    $800 12
The Sigmund Freud Museum (complete with his consulting room)
    $800 27
For the Sons of the Pioneers, it came between "cigareetes" & "wild, wild women"
    $800 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) The inscribed names of Yale students killed in wars partly inspired this Yale grad to create a famous memorial
    $800 17
"The Perfect Wife" is a biography of this Texas-born woman
    $800 22
A flight of these returns to Capistrano
    $800 4
Cheers to you if you know that it's a place where liquor is made
    $1200 13
The Imperial War Museum
    $1200 28
Tracy Byrd calls his "Ten Rounds with" this tequila maker "Country's answer to Margaritaville"
    DD: $3,200 9
Born in Cornish, New Hampshire, Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase went to this Ivy League school
    $1200 18
This actress wrote "The Best Awful", a follow-up to "Postcards from the Edge"
    $1200 23
Be all that you can be with this group of ants
    $1200 5
A large city in Iowa, or a large sofa that often converts into a bed
    $1600 14
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
    $1600 29
He's the artist heard here
    $1600 10
This cartoonist is said to have used College Hall at Penn, seen here, as the inspiration for a Gothic mansion
    $1600 19
"Living to Tell the Tale" is a memoir by this Colombian Nobel laureate
    $1600 24
A group of foxes is a skulk; a group of these dogs tracking them is a brace or a pack
    $1600 6
In newer dictionaries you'll now find this hyphenated term for a person who works for an online company
    $2000 15
The Coptic Museum
    $2000 30
Garth Brooks' album "Sevens" kicks off with an appeal to this beer bottle style
    $2000 11
In the '50s she took an Ivy League tour -- Cornell, undergrad, Harvard & Columbia law schools
    $2000 20
His nonfiction works include "Into the Wild", "Into Thin Air" & "Under the Banner of Heaven"
    $2000 25
Boris & Natasha would be driven nuts if they faced a herd & a dray, groups of these 2 foes of theirs
    DD: $2,000 7
The third leader of the Yellow Hat sect was the first to bear this title in 1578

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Doug Richard
$8,400 $15,400 $13,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the original meaning of the word "checkmate", or what many newspaper headlines said on August 17, 1977

Final scores:

Tom Doug Richard
$16,799 $27,400 $50
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $27,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Doug Richard
$8,400 $17,400 $10,800
18 R,
2 W
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2004-02-04
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