Show #4533 - Wednesday, April 28, 2004


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Teresa McGervey, a technical information specialist from Alexandria, Virginia

Dave Stern, an accountant from Columbus, Ohio

Frank Dempsey, a government attorney from Bagdad, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $29,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We have a group of students from New Jersey in our audience today; they're going to love that category!)
    $200 7
In a mining lode, the gangue is the junk & this is the mineral with the good stuff in it
    $200 2
"With Bartlet back in the Oval Office attention is turned to the choice for a new vice president"
    $200 21
Jump this & it means you disappeared before your trial & you will lose the bond you posted
    $200 1
The Festival of Federation, celebrated July 14, 1790 honoring an event the year before, is now this holiday
    $200 26
A fruit or a color:
    $200 12
Arthur Wynne created this; the first puzzle appeared Dec. 21, 1913 with the name "Word-Cross"
    $400 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Venice.) Venice is sinking because Italy is actually part of this continent's plate & it's sliding under Europe's plate
    $400 3
"Celebrity delights Niles, who's basking in the limelight over Maris's murder case"
    $400 22
On a liter of these from south-of-the-border will set you back $84
    $400 17
The League of Schmalkalden was formed in 1531 to defend this German's reformist church
    $400 27
Got it?:
    $400 13
The word origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, comes from words meaning this
    $600 9
It's not just oil--Saudi Arabia has reserves of over 200 trillion cubic feet of this
    $600 4
"Furio begins work as Tony's newest enforcer"
    $600 23
The Travel Channel Online has a fantasy flight of their 1903 flyer jumping 8 SUVs
    $600 18
When Dante died in 1321, he was in his 20th year of exile from this Italian city
    $600 28
It's good in a quesadilla:
    $600 14
Althing, the name of Iceland's parliament, means this
    DD: $100 10
Seismographers use the difference in speed between P waves & S waves to locate this point
    $800 5
"Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a despised comic who died onstage"
    $800 24
In the Bohr model of the atom, energy is released when one of these jumps to a specified orbit about the nucleus
    $800 19
In 1620 the Speedwell was found unseaworthy so its passengers were crowded aboard this ship
    $800 29
A lunch meat:
    $800 15
Paris Hilton & Tiger Woods were 2 of the people on the cover of this magazine's Dec. 15, 2003 issue
    $1000 11
Some ocean sediment is radiolarian ooze, made of these parts of tiny protozoans
    $1000 6
"The future Daily Planet editor-in-chief Perry White... suspects Clark has super abilities"
    $1000 25
You have to be nuts to try a quadruple one of these jumps, named for figure skater Alois
    $1000 20
To guard his tomb emperor Qin Shi Huang Di made an army out of this material
    $1000 30
A basic pair:
pan y mantequilla
    $1000 16
The first line of this novel by Virginia Woolf is "Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself"

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

Frank Dave Teresa
$2,200 $2,900 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Dave Teresa
$7,600 $5,300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
On Dec. 17, 1941 Admiral Husband Kimmel was relieved of his command at this base (he should've seen that coming)
    $400 6
"Goodbye Norma Jean though I never knew you at all"
    $400 21
When judge asks jury if it's made a choice, this person stands up to give it a voice
    $400 26
This cushioned footstool gets its name from the fact that it was originally imported from the Turks
    $400 11
In 1892 rehearsals of his play "Salome" were halted by the censor
    $400 16
An economic indicator:
    $800 2
This 4-letter word continues Confederate General Nathan Forrest's maxim, "Get here first with the..."
    $800 7
It's the classic heard here
    $800 22
In jail in New Jersey, we hope you find peace; this board denies half of the cons their release
    $800 30
T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings bid farewell to antique furniture in his 1944 bestseller "Goodbye, Mr." this
    $800 12
This poet led a Bohemian life in the 1850s, but spent much of the Civil War caring for wounded soldiers
    $800 17
To a foreign student:
    $1200 3
Madame Chiang Kai-shek hired Claire Chennault to direct China's air force against Japan & he formed this famous group
    $1200 8
"I remember when rock was young, me and Suzie had so much fun"
    $1200 23
When you've been declared to be guilty as sin, this trial phase decides just how long you'll be in
    $1200 29
Sam Maloof is best known for this piece of furniture which rests the back with its ergonomic spindles
    $1200 13
He was given the name Elwyn Brooks, but was known professionally by his initials & to his friends as Andy
    $1200 18
To a computer user:
    DD: $100 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Martha's Vineyard, MA.) The When and If was built for this general to sail, when & if he came back from Europe, but he died in a 1945 accident
    $1600 9
"It's getting late, have you seen my mates, Ma tell me when the boys get here"
    $1600 24
It's not a baked treat made with sugar or honey, it's a civil wrong that is remedied with money
    $1600 28
A dressing table for men created in the late 1700s was named for this British dandy
    $1600 14
This Holocaust survivor's semi-autobiographical first book was published in Yiddish in 1956
    $1600 19
A United Nations agency:
    $2000 5
Born near Warsaw in 1747, this count was mortally wounded during the 1779 siege of Savannah
    $2000 10
"I can't light no more of your darkness, all my pictures seem to fade to black & white"
    $2000 25
The cops might bury you in a deep pit, but they have to produce you if they're shown this "great writ"
    DD: $5,500 27
This Scottish-born American cabinetmaker originally spelled his last name like the musical instrument
    $2000 15
Seen here, this native son of Mississippi died in Paris in 1960
    $2000 20
It's based in Virginia:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Dave Teresa
$12,400 $21,800 $100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

'80s FILMS
The first film rated PG-13, its colorful title was used as the code name for a 2003 capture mission in Iraq

Final scores:

Frank Dave Teresa
$300 $18,800 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Frank Dave Teresa
$12,400 $24,000 $5,600
17 R,
2 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
6 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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Game tape date: 2004-02-04
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