Show #4504 - Thursday, March 18, 2004

Steve Reynolds game 4.


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Todd Kim, a government attorney from Washington, D.C.

Kathy Mansbery, a teacher from Stanhope, New Jersey

Steve Reynolds, an accountant from Norman, Oklahoma (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1805 an agricultural society gave this U.S. president a gold medal for one of his inventions
    $200 5
C plus a cry of pain equals this, a sofa
    $200 18
This car that launched the 1960s "pony car" craze was the first to win the Tiffany Award for excellence in American design
    $200 17
Inside the Cabildo in New Orleans, you can visit the room where the documents for this sale were signed in 1803
    $200 16
The university of this state has campuses at Asheville, Wilmington & Chapel Hill
    $200 3
(Hi, I'm Malik Rose.) Rule 4, Section 14 says that while an opponent's doing this, I can't run past him, wave my arms or talk trash to him
    $400 2
Ida McKinley was born in this Ohio city that's also home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame
    $400 7
C plus the number of years you've lived equals this, an animal holder
    $400 19
Nearly synonymous with the term "light plane", this Piper aircraft model first flew in 1937
    $400 21
Some call it the "Queen State" because it was named for Queen Henrietta Maria
    $400 20
Region of the world to which the Eisenhower Doctrine was applied in 1957 & 1958; it's still a hot spot
    $400 4
It's the type of foul that can be called on a player who's not even in the game at the time
    $600 8
The 13th & 14th Amendments were ratified during his term
    $600 13
C plus go inside equals this, the middle
    $600 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew rides a carousel.) My beautiful steed was carved by Charles I.D. Looff, who designed the first carousel at this Brooklyn site back in 1875
    $600 25
Established in 1802, it was the first school of engineering in the U.S. & women weren't admitted until 1976
    $600 6
(Hi, I'm Michael Finley.) A substitute has to report to this person who gets to sit at a table while we run around
    $800 10
William H. Rehnquist was nominated chief justice of the United States by him
    $800 14
C plus human fur equals this, something to sit on
    $800 23
The Western Meadowlark is one busy bird; it's the state bird of Kansas & of this state just north of Kansas
    $800 26
The president of this Asian country won the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 9
If a defensive player kicks the ball, this is reset & starts over
    DD: $500 11
On April 12, 1945 she told Truman, "Is there anything we can do for you? For you are the one in trouble now"
    $1000 15
C plus 1/36 of a yard equals this, something easy
    $1000 24
This Northwest city's famed Repertory Theatre won a 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre
    $1000 27
The treaty that ended the 30 Years' War in 1648 was the Peace of this Prussian province
    $1000 12
(I'm Derek Fisher.) In 2001 the time allowed to bring the ball across midcourt was lowered from this to 8 seconds

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

Steve Kathy Todd
$3,300 $800 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Kathy Todd
$5,700 $1,200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response could be spelled as one word or two; it's a fun category!)
(Alex: It's a fun category!)
(Alex: Not a fun category!)
    $400 11
Gregory Maguire's novel "Wicked" is subtitled "The Life and Times of" this character who terrorized the Munchkins
    $400 26
"Runaround ____"
    $400 2
Ave. De la Grande Armee leads to this structure; so do Ave. Foch & Ave. Victor Hugo &...
    $400 19
She's the winner in the behavior & deportment competition, or an offense less serious than a felony
    $400 1
This palace, whose name means "hall of the slain", had walls of gold & a roof of battle shields
    $400 7
After earning his MBA in 1966, he went to work on Wall Street; today he's in charge of the entire city
    $800 13
Pearl is the product of adultery in this classic of American lit
    $800 27
Barry Manilow:
    $800 17
Marat published the revolutionary newspaper "Friend of the People", L'this du Peuple
    $800 20
You'll get a wrong number if you do this, one company's representative in the Antibacterial Soap Pageant
    $800 3
This thunder god's appetite was so huge he once ate an ox & 8 salmon, & drank 3 barrels of mead
    $800 8
He's an MBA, a certified hypnotist & the creator of the character seen here
    $1200 14
James Trotter escapes his 2 horrible aunts & becomes a hero to his new insect family in this book by Roald Dahl
    $1200 28
Looking Glass:
"____ (You're a Fine Girl)"
    $1200 18
This singer-actor played the lead in the 1960 French film "Shoot the Piano Player"
    $1200 21
If you forgot where you put something, ask this woman who looks great with a Hawaiian garland on
    DD: $2,000 4
In Norse mythology, he was the creator of the universe
    $1200 9
In the 1970s this Stanford MBA founded what would become one of the nation's largest discount brokerages
    $1600 15
His novels include "Beach Music" & "The Prince of Tides"
    $1600 30
Paul Anka:
    $1600 24
With Obelix at his side, this heroic Gaul is the "star" of his own comic strip
    $1600 22
She can win representing the 17th letter of the alphabet, or be a failed stroke in billiards
    $1600 5
These white-armed, golden-haired warrior maidens were clad in gleaming helmets & breastplates
    $1600 10
This PM of Israel, 1996 to 1999, earned his MBA from M.I.T. in 1976
    DD: $1,500 16
"Le Mariage" is Diane Johnson's follow-up to this 1997 novel
    $2000 29
Helen Reddy:
"____ Baby"
    $2000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Hawaii.) French for pineapple, it's also the fruit's genus name
    $2000 23
Sadly, this woman who's in the best physical condition is considered an odd duck by the other contestants
    $2000 6
In the final battle of good & evil, called Ragnarok, this trickster will lead the giants against the gods
    $2000 12
It doesn't take a private eye like her V.I. Warshawski to uncover that she has both an MBA & a Ph.D.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Kathy Todd
$16,400 $5,200 $19,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A great century!)
This king covered his eyes with his shield so that he would not see the holy city he could not conquer

Final scores:

Steve Kathy Todd
$16,300 $100 $5,199
4-day champion: $75,102 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Kathy Todd
$17,400 $5,200 $18,200
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
9 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2003-12-10
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