Show #4467 - Tuesday, January 27, 2004


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Rich Quigley, a firefighter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lili Williams, a wife and mother from Antelope, California

Todd Wilson, a marketing executive from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1750 these 2 countries signed the Treaty of Madrid, moving Brazil's borders to about where they are now
    $200 1
Wake up & identify this man often described as "sleepy-eyed"
    $200 26
The Asian genus has 1 fingerlike projection on the tip of this; the African has 2
    $200 11
In 2008 I'll get Hawaii & complete my series of these
    $200 21
The Green Mountain Inn has been welcoming guests to Stowe in this state since 1833
    $200 16
Left, center & right are its 3 sections on a baseball field
    $400 7
Joseph McCarthy looked into wallets in 1950 & saw this type of Communist in the State Department
    $400 2
He first gained fame as a jazz pianist
    $400 27
They may be 11 feet long; both sexes of the African elephant have them, but usually only the male Asians do
    $400 12
Collectors of these ads added the bikini- & mustache-sporting Angelina Jolie in 2003
    $400 22
A restored mansion, the Brigham Street Inn is found in this state capital
    $400 17
It's an old name for a country between China & Russia
    $600 8
In 1550 work began on this city's Mosque of Suleyman, one of the largest mosques in Turkey
    $600 3
For many years our own Johnny Gilbert was her announcer
    $600 28
A 6-foot-wide, 6-foot-deep ditch in front of your house should keep elephants out as they can't do this
    $600 13
A Horsemen of the Apocalypse trading card set would only have 4 cards: Pestilence, War, Famine & this
    $600 23
Jan. 1, 1996 was Holiday Inn's deadline for all its properties to open room doors with these
    $600 18
In 1986 it became the only film with a continent in its title to win a Best Picture Oscar
    $800 9
King Louis IX, leading the seventh of these, was captured in Egypt April 6, 1250
    $800 4
He's the tough guy turned leading man profiled here
    $800 29
Mama elephants signal their kids to come by clapping these
    $800 14
In a series of books, it precedes "Run", "Redux", "is Rich" & "at Rest"
    $800 24
One of the largest log hotels in the world, the Old Faithful Inn is found in this state
    $800 19
A cowboy who rode his employer's range far & wide to spot trouble was one of these
    $1000 10
One poem in her 1850 book "Poems" uses the word "love" 22 times in 44 lines
    $1000 5
"Turning Heads" is the subtitle of her Biography episode
    $1000 30
Popular claim about elephants that Rensch & Altevogt proved using the same test on 1 elephant 32 years apart
    DD: $1,400 15
98 CDs, running over 100 hours, contain Arkangel Productions' versions of all 38 of these
    $1000 25
The Red Horse Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts was the model for Longfellow's "Tales of" this "Inn"
    $1000 20
Bret Harte wrote about these exiles "of Poker Flat"

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

Todd Lili Rich
$3,200 $0 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Lili Rich
$6,000 $2,600 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
The structures seen here were built in this U.S. city for one of the few financially successful fairs
    $400 1
It may be found in a program, little diamonds appear all over it & "you can't tell the players without" it
    $400 20
He was the first U.S. president to be unanimously elected
    $400 16
Seamen dread something that could "shiver" these, the ribs in the ship's frame
    $400 25
He won 5 straight Wimbledon titles from 1976 to 1980
    $400 2
A familiar phrase meaning retaliation in kind
    $800 12
Seen here, the first World's Fair in Asia was hosted by this country
    $800 5
At the June 4, 1974 game in Cleveland, this refreshment only cost 10 cents; that's a promotion you won't see again
    $800 21
She's the 1982 Pulitzer Prize author seen here early in her career
    $800 17
A worm gear transmits motion from the steering wheel to this direction controller at the stern
    $800 26
This island country broke away from Denmark in 1944 with Sveinn Bjornsson as its first president
    $800 3
Supplied with everything you need to, say, shoot a grizzly
    $1200 13
The innovative Habitat Apartments were built for this city's 1967 Expo
    $1200 8
The top level of the stands, or a popular baseball card brand
    $1200 22
His last complete novel, 1974's "Aunts Aren't Gentlemen", involves further adventures of Wooster & Jeeves
    $1200 18
This type of Coast Guard vessel, seen here, used to have "Revenue" before its name
    $1200 27
In 1857 Bjornstjerne Bjornson succeeded this playwright as the head of Norway's Bergen Theater
    $1200 4
Use up all your resources in one last attempt to do something
    $1600 14
The hall seen here was built for the Centennial Exposition, presented in this city in 1876
    $1600 9
Parks where this "territory" is large hurt hitters because popups get caught by opponents instead of fans
    $1600 23
This former CEO of General Electric titled his autobiography "Jack: Straight from the Gut"
    $1600 19
As the name says, this spar from which the jib is set is found in the bow
    DD: $1,000 28
The seaport of Bjorneeborg in this northern European nation rests on the Gulf of Bothnia
    $1600 6
I read this Shakespeare comedy word for word
    $2000 15
This structure, built for the 1851 London World's Fair, was the first great iron-framed, glass-walled building
    $2000 10
The left-field wall of Miami's Pro Player Stadium is called the "Teal" this
    DD: $3,200 24
This envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury was held hostage in Lebanon for 5 years until 1991
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts) As well as cancelling, the name of this pin can also mean fastening
    $2000 29
After this prime minister's 1986 assassination, journalist Bjorn Ranelid lamented, "Suddenly anything seemed possible"
    $2000 7
Truffaut's "La Nuit Americaine" is known as this in America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Lili Rich
$12,000 $9,600 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

F. Paul Pacult's "American Still Life" is the history of this over 200-year-old Kentucky company

Final scores:

Todd Lili Rich
$3,199 $8,600 $5,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $8,600 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Todd Lili Rich
$15,200 $11,600 $10,400
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2003-11-20
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