Show #4487 - Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Arthur Gandolfi game 3.


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Janice Dooner Lynch, a homemaker from New York, New York

Sean Morris, a college professor from Whittier, California

Arthur Gandolfi, a commercial real estate executive from New York, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $73,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
If you're getting engaged, consider a visit to Netanya, a world center for cutting & polishing these
    $200 6
A holiday standard:
    $200 21
Washingtonians refer to the Francis Scott Key Bridge over this river as "The Car-Strangled Spanner"
    $200 26
In astrological notation, this sign is represented by 2 fish
    $200 16
In 1979 this chain introduced its Happy Meal
    $200 1
"Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes?"
    $400 12
Sde Boker, one of these cooperative communities, was the retirement home of first prime minister David Ben-Gurion
    $400 7
A big African:
    $400 22
Part of Key's solution to this problem was helping found the American Colonization Society
    $400 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the chalkboard) It's the classic game being represented here
    $400 17
P.F. Chang's is an upscale bistro specializing in the cuisine of this country
    $400 2
"Get off my plane!"
    $600 13
This port city on & around Mount Carmel has been compared to San Francisco, its sister city
    $600 8
A head-banger:
    $600 23
Sent to this city in September 1814 to secure a prisoner exchange, Key got stuck near there during an attack
    $600 28
In the 1800s this Frenchman also developed a musical notation system for blind musicians
    $600 18
Offering "Home Style Meals" & a line of frozen entrees, this chain is headquartered in Colorado, not Massachusetts
    $600 3
"I didn't kill my wife!"
    $800 14
In 1961 this Israeli airline set a record for the longest nonstop commercial flight, New York to Tel Aviv
    $800 9
A city dweller:
    $800 24
James Lick of observatory fame was responsible for the Key Memorial in this San Francisco park
    DD: $1,200 29
In physics notation the speed of light is symbolized by this letter in lower case
    $800 19
"Dip Into Something Different" at the Melting Pot, found across the nation, & specializing in this Swiss dish
    $800 4
"Replicants are like any other machine -- they're either a benefit or a hazard"
    $1000 15
Home to spectacular ruins, Caesarea was founded around 20 B.C. & named for this Caesar
    $1000 10
A front yard favorite:
    $1000 25
Key's brother-in-law & law partner Roger B. Taney served as this from 1836 to 1864
    $1000 30
Named for its inventor, Labanotation is a notation system for this so you know when to do a fouette
    $1000 20
Featuring the Famous Bloomin' Onion, this restaurant also offers a Joey Menu for kids
    $1000 5
"Something wrong with buttons? anything against zippers?"

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

Arthur Sean Janice
$3,200 $3,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Sean Janice
$5,400 $4,000 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

I'M "L__X"
(Alex: Each correct response will contain an "L", followed by another letter & then an "X".)
    $400 6
This central state produces more cheese than any other
    $400 10
This term for a knight's apprentice is also the name of a bobbed, usually jaw-length hairstyle
    $400 15
She's played Phoebe Buffay on one primetime series & Phoebe's twin sister Ursula on another
    $400 8
An area in Central Park dedicated to the memory of John Lennon is named for this Beatles song
    $400 26
Though he's lived for many years in the U.S., architect Frank Gehry was born in this Ontario city of 4.5 million
    $400 1
It's a shorter way of saying Los Angeles International Airport
    $800 7
This state produces more lobsters than any other
    $800 11
This female ice skater lent her name to a wedge haircut she made popular during the 1976 Winter Olympics
    $800 16
In 1983 Apple introduced the Lisa personal computer, the first PC with one of these controls
    $800 9
Michael Stipe formed this "Man on the Moon" band in Athens, Georgia
    $800 27
Frank Gehry's "Easy Edges" line built furniture out of this stuff in which your furniture usually arrives
    $800 2
From Middle High German, this Yiddish word means "salmon"
    $1200 18
Orange you glad to know that this state leads the U.S. in citrus production
    $1200 12
Dudes, it's the "fishy" hairstyle worn by David Spade in "Joe Dirt"
    $1200 17
Lisa Guerrero is the sideline reporter for this popular weekly sports event
    $1200 23
1984's "Jump" was the first No. 1 hit for this group that features brothers Alex & Eddie
    $1200 28
The Gehry-designed Nationale Nederlanden Building is informally known as this film dancing pair
    $1200 3
This "Tax" is found on a Monopoly board
    $1600 19
It leads the states in apple production
    DD: $1,400 13
The short hairstyles worn by the men who fought the Cavaliers in 17th C. England earned them this name
    $1600 21
She's the popular sports celebrity seen here
    DD: $3,000 24
The title of Falco's biggest hit mentions this fellow Austrian musician
    $1600 29
The Guggenheim Museum in this city of Spain's Basque region is one of the best-known structures designed by Gehry
    $1600 4
This city of east central Egypt is the southern half of the site of ancient Thebes
    $2000 20
This West Coast state procuces the most wind-generated energy
    $2000 14
From the Latin for "to clip", it's the shaved patch on the crowns of the heads of some monks
    $2000 22
In 1997 Lisa Pollak won a Pulitzer Prize reporting for this Baltimore newspaper where H.L. Mencken once worked
    $2000 25
His innovations include multitrack recording, overdubbing & the solid-body electric guitar
    $2000 30
In 1989 Gehry was awarded this prize commonly referred to as "The Nobel of Architecture"
    $2000 5
From the Greek for "of words", it's all the words belonging to a particular branch of knowledge

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Sean Janice
$24,600 $10,800 $13,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A grandson of Man O' War, he defeated his uncle in a famous matchup November 1, 1938

Final scores:

Arthur Sean Janice
$27,600 $21,500 $27,600
3-day co-champion: $101,300 2nd place: $2,000 New co-champion: $27,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Arthur Sean Janice
$23,400 $10,800 $13,400
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $47,600

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Game tape date: 2003-12-02
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