Show #4501 - Monday, March 15, 2004

Steve Reynolds game 1.


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Sue Shelly, a cost accounting manager from Lansdale, Pennsylvania

Steve Reynolds, an accountant from Norman, Oklahoma

Ellie O'Donnell, a systems analyst from Bloomington, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
On Oct. 15, 2003 it became the third country to launch a man into space; the Shenzhou 5 spacecraft orbited the Earth 14 times
    $200 1
This singer from Utah sells her own line of dolls & named the one seen here for her daughter Jessica
    $200 21
Pep-O-Mint was the first flavor of these
    $200 4
The cheery first "Masterpiece Theatre" season included "Jude the Obscure" & this Russian's "The Possessed"
    $200 26
From an unpleasant tone it produces, a loudspeaker may be called this "box"
    $200 13
From the Spanish estampar, "to stamp", it's a lot of hoof stamping by a lot of cows
    $400 3
In 1901 Eugene Demarcay discovered Eu, this rare-earth metal that's named for a continent
    $400 9
In 1999 Mattel gave this doll a new baby sister named Krissy
    $400 22
This Peter Paul candy bar, coconut in bittersweet chocolate, has been around since 1920
    $400 5
"Wide Sargasso Sea" by Jean Rhys is the story of the mad wife of this "Jane Eyre" character
    $400 27
Fittingly, the Niagara Falls, N.Y. Public Library has a collection of these items that cost 23 cents to send
    $400 14
A 6th century misprint of this word meaning "the highest point" gave us acne
    $600 18
If an atom loses one of these, it becomes a cation, a positively charged ion
    $600 10
In the art world, the "King of Pop" is this man, immortalized here
    $600 23
Leo Hirshfield dubbed his chewy penny candy this, in honor of his daughter's nickname
    DD: $1,000 6
In 1856 Revue de Paris readers followed this tale of the miserable wife of a boring doctor
    $600 28
When the Yankees signed Hideki Matsui, they hired Roger Kahlon to do this job
    $600 15
To the Greeks, chloros was a pale shade of this color; hence chlorine & chlorophyll
    $800 19
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Eli Whitney Museum in New Haven, Connecticut) In the 1940s, Dr. William Sewell created an artificial one of these, using parts from an erector set
    $800 11
One of the first dolls made from vinyl was Sparkle Plenty, based on a character in this detective comic strip
    $800 24
This Nestle candy bar, crisped rice in chocolate, was introduced in 1938
    $800 7
A fling with the valet is one of the escapades of this Strindberg title "Miss"
    $800 29
Usual term for the item seen here, dropped by the millions over Iraq as part of psychological operations
    $800 16
Its old name was Blotmonath, the month of sacrifice; time to butcher animals for the winter
    $1000 20
The tokamak, this type of nuclear reactor, uses plasma heated to 180 million degrees as fuel
    $1000 12
Sister Cecilia, seen here, is part of this wacky exercise guru's "Collection of the Masters" line
    $1000 25
These chocolate-covered caramels were named for the disappointment at not being able to make them perfectly round
    $1000 8
"I Married a Communist", "The Human Stain" & "American Pastoral" make up a recent trilogy by this novelist
    $1000 30
In 1995 Echostar Communications launched the satellite Echostar I & established this "network"
    $1000 17
From the Greek for "out of the center", it's an adjective for someone who acts a bit off the norm

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

Ellie Steve Sue
$2,800 $3,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ellie Steve Sue
$3,000 $4,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And what do they all have in common; they're all...)
    $400 26
Nazareth is the largest Arab city in this Middle Eastern country
    $400 1
It's believed that Charles Perrault altered the story's footwear when he mixed up vair, "fur", with "verre", this
    $400 6
This Apache warrior made daring escapes from reservations
    $400 11
From the Latin for "throat", it's the morning activity heard here
    $400 21
These critters yowl in the spaces between buildings
    $400 16
"Whole Lotta Love",
"Stairway to Heaven"
    $800 27
The Grotto of the Annunciation in Nazareth commemorates this angel's visit to the Virgin Mary
    $800 2
Ed Wynn played this gender-switched role in the Jerry Lewis film "Cinderfella"
    $800 7
This publisher who died in 1967 put the Time in Time Warner
    $800 12
Baby occupier heard here
    $800 22
As an example, jackets & ties for men in a restaurant; there's not one of these in the "Jeopardy!" office
    $800 17
"Magic Carpet Ride",
"The Pusher",
"Born to Be Wild"
    $1200 28
Near Bethlehem, the town of Nazareth in this U.S. state was founded by the Moravian Church around 1740
    $1200 3
In the classic version of the story, these animals become horses to take Cinderella to the ball
    $1200 8
It's the usual 2-word nickname for "Matrix" & "Memento" actor Joe Pantoliano
    $1200 13
You might be in the mountains when you hear someone doing this
    $1200 23
Pressing & bagging are the final steps in this process
    $1200 18
"Runnin' with the Devil",
"Hot for Teacher"
    $1600 29
A Franciscan church built over a cave in Nazareth has been identified as this man's "workshop"
    DD: $1,000 4
Europe's first Cinderella story is one of this many tales found in the 1634 collection "Pentamerone"
    $1600 9
This Greek leader in the Trojan War was killed on his return home to his wife Clytemnestra
    $1600 14
Strike up the band! It's the classic Sousa march heard here
    DD: $1,600 24
All the envoys, ambassadors, etc. in residence at a capital
    $1600 19
"Seek & Destroy",
"Nothing Else Matters"",
"Enter Sandman"
    $2000 30
Nazareth is also home to the domed shrine of Maqam Shihab El-Din, the nephew of this 12th C. Muslim leader
    $2000 5
This great Italian opera composer told the story in 1817's "La Cenerentola"
    $2000 10
Zachary Taylor's death made him president, but he wasn't a prime suspect in the Taylor poisoning inquiry
    $2000 15
This instrument is named for the god who supposedly invented it
    $2000 25
This type of brief, Latin for "friend of the court", is common in cases of public interest
    $2000 20
"Pour Some Sugar on Me",
"Rock of Ages",

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ellie Steve Sue
$12,200 $13,800 $4,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1960s
(Alex: See if you can remember what happened in the '60s!)
Used most infamously in 1963, a .38-caliber Colt Cobra handgun belonging to this man sold in 1991 for $220,000

Final scores:

Ellie Steve Sue
$12,200 $24,401 $8,400
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,401 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ellie Steve Sue
$13,400 $13,800 $5,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
4 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2003-12-10
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