Show #4496 - Monday, March 8, 2004


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Mike Weaver, a real estate developer from Glencoe, Illinois

Laura Simandl, a homemaker from New York, New York

Beth Graham, a library public relations manager from San Antonio, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're gonna take ya way back for some...)
    $200 16
In 1792 explorer George Vancouver saw this mountain near present-day Seattle & named it for a friend
    $200 21
TV Guide,
    $200 22
The soundtrack to this animated feature included such songs as "Pepperland" & "March of the Meanies"
    $200 11
It's the small North Carolina town famous for this groundbreaking event
    $200 1
After Argus the hundred-eyed giant died, Hera set his eyes in the tail of this bird
    $200 6
Looking at one of these you may ponder, wow, that's the tallest living quadruped
    $400 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew flying over Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii) Kilauea Volcano isn't classified as extinct, dormant or intermittent, but is this type, so we'll stay alert
    $400 24
Rolling Stone,
Psychology Today,
New York
    $400 23
"Fleamail" is the e-mailed updates to this group's website by one of its members
    $400 12
Born in the Netherlands, she was executed as a German spy in 1917
    $400 2
In some accounts, Orion is killed by the sting of this creature which becomes a constellation as well
    $400 7
In 1869 Cornelius Swarthout got a patent on an iron to make these
    $600 18
Aneto in the Pyrenees is this country's highest point
    $600 25
    $600 28
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) In 1990 at the site of the Berlin Wall an all-star version of "The Wall" was presented by Roger Waters of this band
    $600 13
Part of this important Biblical discovery of the 1940s is seen here
    $600 3
When Medusa's head was cut off, this winged horse sprang from her blood
    $600 8
They're the children of a particular parent
    $800 19
Tanzania has 2 mountains over 14,000 feet: Meru & this one
    $800 26
Reader's Digest,
Business Week,
    $800 29
In 1968 O.C. Smith sang, "God didn't make" these "and it don't snow in Minneapolis when the winter comes"
    $800 14
A famous military figure is seen here making his historic arrival in this country
    $800 4
The most dangerous of Hercules' labors was to drag this 3-headed dog up from Hades
    DD: $1,000 9
Begun in 1935, it means "air weapon" in German
    $1000 20
This pyramid-shaped Alpine peak was first climbed on July 14, 1865 by Edward Whymper & 6 companions
    $1000 27
Consumer Reports
    $1000 30
Rolling Stones song that contains the line "I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes"
    $1000 15
He's the Bombay-born literary giant seen here
    $1000 5
The hide of this fearsome beast of Nemea was so tough that no weapon could pierce it
    $1000 10
This 8-letter term for someone who flouts the rules dates back to the Roaring '20s

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

Beth Laura Mike
$3,600 $1,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Laura Mike
$4,600 $2,600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the movie or TV show that Johnny Depp appeared in.)
(Alex: Alright, we're going to have fun in this round, obviously!)
    $400 1
The Joad family in "The Grapes of Wrath" leaves this Dust Bowl state & heads to California
    $400 7
Police constable Ichabod Crane
    $400 13
Ayan, also called Nigerian satinwood, has shown some resistance to these wood-eating insects
    $400 6
This dog breed was first spotted in the Yugoslavia region several hundred years ago
    $400 18
The Holstein-Gottorp family, including Nicholas I, ruled Russia under this name
    $400 23
Slang for "nothing", it's also a company that's produced over 300 million waterproof lighters
    $800 2
In one scene in this 1925 F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, Daisy Buchanan hits Myrtle Wilson with her car
    $800 8
Murderous CIA agent Sands who goes south of the border
    $800 14
A hardwood, agba is used as a substitute for oak for church furniture & these burial items
    $800 9
The U.S. military may award one for distinguished service
    $800 19
Habsburg is a contraction of Habichtsburg, the name of the family's one of these in Switzerland
    $800 24
We hope you're not missing -- missing this CBS series with Anthony LaPaglia
    $1200 3
In the midst of writing his 5 Natty Bumppo tales, he paused to write a "History of the Navy of the United States"
    $1200 26
Gonzo journalist Raoul Duke
    $1200 15
This evergreen tree is valued for pitch, tar, resin & turpentine, as well as for its wood
    $1200 10
This clue won't kill you, but this type of maniac will
    $1200 20
The king of France in 1604 & the king of Spain in 2004 are members of this family
    $1200 25
One story says a Spanish explorer, when asked what he saw there, answered aca nada, "nothing there"
    DD: $800 4
In "Following the Equator", this humorist wrote, "Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it"
    $1600 27
Undercover high school policeman Tom Hanson
    $1600 16
The trees that provide this wood favored by carvers in the Middle Ages are not the same-named citrus ones
    $1600 11
Playwright Richard Sheridan's "The School for" this didn't cover Enron
    DD: $1,000 21
The House of Savoy-Carignano was shuttered up in this country in 1946 when Humbert II left the throne
    $1600 29
For the Beach Boys, "nothing can catch" this Chevy muscle car
    $2000 5
In 1964 he won a National Book Award for his novel "The Centaur"
    $2000 28
Undercover FBI agent Joe Pistone
    $2000 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew on the deck of the U.S.S. Missouri in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii) Gunpowder sparks on metal, so the decks of the Missouri are made of this 4-letter wood
    $2000 12
After leading him up this "path", a woman puts the reins on her intended
    $2000 22
Getting crowned emperor on December 25, 800 made him a Christmas Carolingian
    $2000 30
The title of the Gary Oldman movie this 'by Mouth" refers to a medical order about patient nutrition

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Laura Mike
$15,200 $4,200 $3,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817 between the U.S. & Great Britain limited naval power on these bodies of water

Final scores:

Beth Laura Mike
$15,200 $5,200 $4,300
2-day champion: $36,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Beth Laura Mike
$17,000 $4,200 $3,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $24,800

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Game tape date: 2003-12-09
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