Show #4498 - Wednesday, March 10, 2004


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George Lewis, a teacher from Fairfield, Connecticut

Susie López, a musician from Citrus Heights, California

Bobby Goldstein, a database administrator from Arlington, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
A 1 on the Mercalli scale or below a 3 on the Richter scale is only measurable by these devices
    $200 11
Robot Arnold tries to change the future
    $200 14
Observe the critter seen here in his native habitat, & you'll discover you're in this country
    $200 25
Cezanne's later paintings & African sculpture were 2 great influences on Picasso's development of this movement
    $200 5
Models from this car company include Escort & Mustang
    $200 1
Mild white California cheese that terrorized England in 1888
    $400 22
When William Ramsay told of the discovery of this gas on Earth in 1895, we wonder if he used a squeaky voice
    $400 12
Policeman Arnold goes undercover at an Oregon school
    $400 15
Catch a glimpse of the footprint seen here & you're treading around this location where it was made
    $400 26
On the subject of painting, Picasso said, "If only we could pull out" this organ & "use only our eyes"
    $400 7
Serapis Bey performs the catchy "Zoom-Zoom-Zoom" song in this carmaker's commercials
    $400 2
"Fatal Attraction" star who is a 1977 Spielberg film about UFOs
    $600 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the chalkboard) By adding two lines, I've turned a math symbol for division into a symbol for this
    $600 13
Secret agent Arnold fibs to his wife about his day job
    $600 18
Gawk at the art seen here & know it's by this innovator
    $600 27
This Picasso masterpiece went on tour in 1938 & 1939 to raise money for Spanish relief
    $600 8
Introduced in 1963, the Sting Ray was a version of this Chevrolet sports car
    $600 3
The lead singer of Hole who's a 1964 Beatles song that says, "I'll always be true"
    $800 24
A hemoglobinometer measures the amount of hemoglobin in this
    $800 16
Army man Arnold fights an extraterrestrial
    $800 19
To take a meeting with the man seen here at his residence, you'll have to head to this street
    $800 28
Picasso's art often depicted this mythological monster that's part man & part bull -- he identified with it
    $800 9
Actor Paul Hogan appeared in ads for its Outback model
    $800 4
Victor Hugo's novel of a bellringer named Barry Humphries who performs in drag, possums
    $1000 29
Brighter in the night sky than any star is this planet that comes closest to the Earth
    $1000 17
Ex-cop Arnold fights Satan's efforts to find a bride
    $1000 20
This man seen here played a leading role in the Constitutional Convention
    DD: $1,200 30
Appropriately, "The Tragedy" is from this period of Picasso's work that lasted from 1901 to 1904
    $1000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) This legendary GM designer introduced tailfins in 1948 & saw them reach a peak with the 1959 Cadillac
    $1000 6
Sitcom in which Scott Baio is a nanny who rides into the Valley of Death with the 600

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

Bobby Susie George
$2,200 -$400 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bobby Susie George
$5,000 $4,200 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In this category, we want you to name the country where...)
    $400 16
In 2003 she became the first woman inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
    $400 13
This famed coach won an NCAA record 88.1% of his games during his tenure at Notre Dame, 1918-1931
    $400 6
Paul von Hindenburg
    $400 11
The Magic Mirror said she "is the fairest of them all"
    $400 1
After 10 years of independence, it became the 28th state in 1845
    $400 22
An 18-acre British capital fortress complex made of tenderized flank steak
    $800 17
Sadly, this country's first astronaut, Ilan Ramon, died aboard the space shuttle Columbia in 2003
    $800 14
Tom Harmon, Desmond Howard & Charles Woodson won the Heisman Trophy at this Big Ten school
    $800 7
Ferdinand Marcos
    $800 12
To make one of these, (1) Lie down face up in the snow with arms outstretched, & (2) Flap your arms & legs
    $800 2
The world's largest flat-top mountain, Grand Mesa, is found there
    $800 23
A society where people of all races & cultures mix & enjoy a slowly braised cut of beef
    $1200 18
It was the more familiar nickname of Donald Kent Slayton
    $1200 15
(Hi, I'm Matt Hasselbeck of the NFL) I was a 4-year letterman & 2-year starter at quarterback when I soared for this New England college's Eagles
    $1200 8
Nguyen Van Thieu
    $1200 19
The epigraph of this Hemingway story says that the "frozen carcass of a leopard" lies on an African peak
    $1200 3
Becoming unique among the states, this state installed its unicameral legislature in 1934
    $1200 24
A beef jerkyesque product named for Robert MacNeil's old news partner
    $1600 27
In 1985 this Utah senator became the first sitting member of Congress to fly in space
    $1600 29
Mississippi State has named Sylvester Croom the first black head coach ever in this conference
    $1600 9
Anastasio Somoza
    $1600 20
On the big screen, Nathan Lane provides the voice of this curmudgeonly feline friend of Stuart Little
    DD: $2,000 4
This state was named for a European king in 1682 by Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle
    $1600 25
The thin round piece of ground meat who married John Astin
    DD: $2,000 28
A few months after her historic 1963 flight she married fellow cosmonaut Andrian Nikolayev
    $2000 30
(Hi, I'm Keyshawn Johnson of the NFL) In 1996, after playing for this school, I became one of the few wide receivers ever selected the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft
    $2000 10
John G. Diefenbaker
    $2000 21
Australia's highest peak, Mount Kosciusko, lies in this range
    $2000 5
In 1906 this state's Devils Tower became the nation's first national monument
    $2000 26
This Jude Deveraux romance novel about a man who appears attired in gleaming metal is one "Kids Love to Bite"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bobby Susie George
$12,600 $7,400 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the '50s, she taught English at Smith College, then worked as a secretary at a Boston psychiatric clinic

Final scores:

Bobby Susie George
$5,199 $1,000 $100
2-day champion: $36,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bobby Susie George
$14,600 $9,200 $10,000
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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Game tape date: 2003-12-09
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