Show #4535 - Friday, April 30, 2004

(Michael Buffer: And now, ladies and gentlemen, let's get ready to play Jeopardy!)


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Jennifer Morgan, an attorney from San Juan Capistrano, California

Al Davis, a software test engineer from Everett, Washington

Don Kraft, an emergency physician from Huntington, West Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
When it became independent in 1829, it was half its current size, but added Thessaly in 1881, Epirus in 1913...
    $200 13
Marilyn Monroe made her major TV debut in 1953 on this "stingy" comedian's TV show
    $200 22
An Alpine village is on the label of this hot cocoa mix
    $200 11
These smallest birds have very small legs & small feet; they perch but don't walk or climb
    $200 12
"Salary" comes from the Latin for "of" this seasoning
    $200 4
A book titled this many "Keys" is about "The Making of a Steinway Piano"
    $400 2
A protest at a church in Timisoara began the rebellion that ended Ceausescu's rule in this country
    $400 14
He played Curly in "City Slickers" & Curly's twin brother in "City Slickers II"
    $400 23
One slogan said, "Me-Hee for" this chocolate drink
    $400 15
While smaller types of this bird settle for beetles & snails, the Great Horned type goes after other owls & rabbits
    $400 24
The song "Mellow Yellow" begins, "I'm just mad about" this
    $400 5
You shouldn't have to count to know it's the number of stars on the flag seen here
    $600 3
The demise of this monarch is depicted here
    $600 19
Hugh Downs was this man's sidekick when he hosted "The Tonight Show"
    $600 28
This line of healthier frozen entrees was introduced in 1981
    $600 16
True lovebirds are found on the African mainland & this largest African island
    $600 25
This seasoning is a traditional symbol of remembrance
    $600 8
It precedes "Days" in the title of a Sandra Bullock movie & "Days Later" in the title of a killer virus zombie movie
    $800 6
Britons of the year 1000 called Vikings by this national name, & levied a "geld" to buy them off
    $800 20
Steve McGarrett's hair & clothing were always perfect when this man played him on '70s TV
    $800 29
This "gourmet" candy brand has flavors like buttered popcorn & has only 4 calories per bean
    $800 17
Teddy Roosevelt established a refuge in Florida to protect the nesting sites of the brown species of this water bird
    $800 26
The name of this herb can be followed by "brush" or "green"
    DD: $2,200 9
In Enrico Caruso's 1904 contract with Victor, he demanded 50 cents for every aria recorded on these
    $1000 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Toledo, Spain) Cristo de la Luz is a church today because in 1085 this hero helped King Alfonso retake Toledo for Christendom
    $1000 21
He played union leader Jimmy Hoffa in a 1992 biopic
    $1000 30
Walter Deimer invented this pink chewing gum in 1928
    $1000 18
The nene, an endangered Hawaiian species of this fowl, has grown from 30 birds in 1952 to over 800 today
    $1000 27
This member of the parsley family has a distinctive licorice flavor & is an ingredient in ouzo
    $1000 10
(Hello, my name is James Thrash) NFL wide receivers like me usually wear numbers that begin with this

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

Don Al Jennifer
$600 $3,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Al Jennifer
$1,200 $5,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
After his wife became a pillar of salt, his daughters seduced him to preserve his seed
    $400 12
"Hey, look me over, lend me" one of these, "Fresh out of clover, mortgaged up to here"
    $400 1
(Michael Buffer) Chief god of Valhalla, also known as Lord of Men & God of Battles
    $400 17
Pull out some pesos to buy some rum, Coke & lime to "Libre" yourself in this country the drink is named for
    $400 6
A very small sum of money
    $400 11
Expressed as a 1 or a 0, it's the smallest unit of information storable on a computer
    DD: $1,000 26
Recipient of God's bad news "Thou shalt see the land before thee; but thou shalt not go thither"
    $800 2
(Michael) In the winged helmets, totaling over 1,000 pounds, 9 sisters ready to ride as...
    $800 18
Use pesos to pay for the CD of "Evita" in La Plata in this country
    $800 7
A paved area outside a house
    $800 13
It's the smallest of the U.S. states that were not part of the original 13 colonies
    $1200 27
The Bible-stashing Gideons took their name from the leader of a small but devout band of men in this book
    $1200 23
It follows "Something familiar, something peculiar, something for everyone, a..."
    $1200 3
(Michael) In this corner, recently winner by knockout over the dragon Fafnir, the title character of his own opera...
    $1200 19
The peso is the cash for coffee & cotton in Cali in this country
    $1200 8
A disguised hole acting as a trap, or any potential disaster
    $1200 14
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies' concerto for this smallest member of the flute family lasts only 15 minutes
    $1600 28
Habakkuk doesn't call himself plain old Habakkuk but "Habakkuk the" this
    $1600 24
"While tearing off a game of golf, I may make a play for the caddy, but when I do, I don't follow through 'cause" of this
    $1600 4
(Michael) Asleep on the rocks, surrounded by flames, waiting to be rescued by her lover...
    $1600 20
An antique vase bought in Valparaiso in this South American country will set you back a few pesos
    DD: $1,400 9
Now a governor, he was once the mayor of Peekskill
    $1600 15
Minted from 1793 to 1857, it was the smallest denomination of U.S. coin ever issued
    $2000 25
In "South Pacific", it "may call you any night, any day. In your heart you'll hear it call you, 'Come away, come away'"
    $2000 5
(Michael) From one of Germany's major rivers, the 3 female guardians of the gold
    $2000 21
You may have to change your gourdes into pesos after you cross the border from Haiti into this country
    $2000 10
From Latin, this important bone's name means "small shallow dish"
    $2000 16
In area, this grand duchy is the smallest member of NATO

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Al Jennifer
$1,200 $24,000 $4,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This title person asks a pile of money, "What art thou good for?... one of those knives is worth all this heap"

Final scores:

Don Al Jennifer
$0 $18,000 $4,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Don Al Jennifer
$1,200 $26,200 $4,000
9 R,
3 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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Game tape date: 2004-02-04
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