Show #4783 - Wednesday, May 25, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 5, game 3.


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Brad Rutter, a TV quiz show host from Lancaster, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $38,400)

Jerome Vered, a writer from Los Angeles, California (subtotal of $19,600)

Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah (subtotal of $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: New entries for 2005 in the...)
    $200 2
Although its name suggests that it had 5 of these, the Pentaceratops had just 3; 2 were merely enlarged cheekbones
    $200 9
In 2004 this beauty made her movie debut as Sarah Sunderson in "The Stepford Wives"
    $200 14
Alphabetically, the first new entry for 2005 is the name of this radical Islamic organization
    $200 30
Jean-Pierre Rampal was best known for his virtuosity with this instrument
    $200 16
In the comics, this character's famous line is "I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today"
    $200 21
Historians don't know when this capital city was founded, only that it sprouted up before 700 A.D.
    $400 3
Scientists believe that dinosaurs lived through 3 geologic periods: Triassic, Jurassic, then this next one
    $400 10
(Hi, I'm Carolyn Dawn Johnson.) In my first hit single, you might say I had this state on my mind
    $400 15
Also listed is this 3-word chronic medical condition specific to some veterans of Operation Desert Storm
    $400 29
The first music for this reed instrument now usually tuned in B flat appeared in Amsterdam in the early 1700s
    $400 17
An act of Congress fixed this as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November
    $400 22
It's the Belgian town in the title of the artwork seen here
    $600 4
The name Psittacosaurus means this type of lizard; it had a strong beak like that on this present-day bird
    $600 11
1 of 2 country women who hit the Billboard Top 40 in 1997 with "How Do I Live"
    $600 1
Webster's got down to business with this term for the buying & selling of goods & services over the Internet
    DD: $2,400 26
This instrument of the cult of Apollo lent its name to the type of poetry it accompanied
    $600 18
In England these breakfast items are traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday
    $600 23
In the post 9/11 travel downturn, this national airline collapsed & was replaced by the smaller SN
    $800 5
High levels of this metal, at. #77, in rocks near dinosaur fossils led to the asteroid theory of their demise
    $800 12
Among her No. 1 hits over the last 23 years are "You Lie", "Somebody" & "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter"
    $800 7
Something's fishy with the addition of this fatty acid found in fish oil that's linked to low cholesterol & LDL levels
    $800 27
The horn seen at Kansas City's American Jazz Museum belonged to this '40s & '50s musician who grew up in Kansas City
    $800 19
Tuesday is named for the warrior god Tiu, whose father was this other god
    $800 24
This uncle of Queen Victoria was king of Belgium for almost 35 years
    $1000 6
Similar to an Apatosaurus, this 52'-tall herbivore whose name means "arm lizard" had longer forelegs than hindlegs
    $1000 13
In 2005 this hot newcomer won 2 CMT awards for her videos "Redneck Woman" & "When I Think About Cheatin'"
    $1000 8
New wine words include syrah & this Australian equivalent
    $1000 28
"Sweet" name for the folk instrument heard here, or perhaps up in the Appalachian Mountains
    $1000 20
His bestseller "Tuesdays With Morrie" chronicled his weekly visits to his dying professor
    $1000 25
This hero created by the Belgian artist Herge has adventures with his dog Snowy at his side

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

Ken Jerome Brad
$800 $0 $6,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Jerome Brad
$4,600 $2,200 $9,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 4
The revenge of the 47 ronin, a 1703 incident in this country, is remembered there each December 14
    $400 6
Despite playing only 28 games at first base in 1999, Rafael Palmeiro won this MLB defensive award
    $400 16
John Berryman's poem "Homage to Mistress Bradstreet" is a tribute to her
    $400 21
In some Arthurian legends, it's this knight & son of Lancelot who pulls the sword out of the stone
    $400 11
-que at the end of a word means this, as in Senatus Populusque Romanus
    $400 26
From about 1620 to the mid-1800s, firearms used this rock to produce a spark that ignited the gunpowder
    $800 5
In the 1st century Kanishka ruled a chunk of central Asia from what's now Peshawar in this country
    $800 7
Known as "The Wizard", this Hall-of-Fame Cardinal set records for most assists & total chances accepted
    $800 17
Shakespeare said of this handsome mythological man, "hunting he lov'd, but love he laugh'd to scorn"
    $800 22
Born in Minneapolis, he made billions off oil & picked up a little art along the way
    $800 12
It completes the trio of nominative singular forms of the word for "this", hic, haec, ...
    $800 27
Gneiss & chlorite are regional types of this class of rock that forms when heat & pressure cause changes
    $1200 1
Fingers were pointed at Syria when this ex-P.M. of Lebanon was killed in February 2005
    $1200 8
Terry Sawchuk & Chico Resch wore blockers & catch gloves as stars in this sport
    $1200 18
Chilean poet Lucila Godoy Alcayaga combined the names of 2 of her favorite poets to get this pen name
    $1200 23
Vegas celebrity weddings go back at least to 1943 when trumpeter Harry James married this sex symbol of the day
    $1200 13
Remember Caesar's famous phrase & you'll know this first-person past tense of pando, "I extend"
    $1200 28
Cuprite is an important ore at the Bisbee, Arizona mine called this metal's "Queen"
    $1600 2
In 1975 the Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia & the left-wing group with this Laotian name took over in Laos
    $1600 9
AKA "The Glove" for his defense, this guard got no love from the Lakers when they traded him to the Celtics in 2004
    $1600 19
He was a bank clerk in the Yukon before he published "Songs of a Sourdough" in 1907
    DD: $3,300 24
His triumph as Richard III in 1741 made him the leading British actor of his time
    DD: $1,400 14
For most adjectives, adding -issimus to the stem gets you this form
    $1600 29
These alpine mountains in Italy are named for the magnesian limestone of which they're made
    $2000 3
These mercenaries from the Magar, Gurung & other Nepalese tribes defended the British Empire in WWs I & II
    $2000 10
One of the 2 200-meter medalists who each wore a black glove on the Mexico City Olympic victory stand
    $2000 20
William Cullen Bryant was just 17 when he wrote this poem whose name comes from the Greek for "view of death"
    $2000 25
The cover of her "Ballad Of Sexual Dependency" shows her photo of Nan & Brian in bed
    $2000 15
It's an alliterative Latin idiom meaning "once the necessary changes have been made"
    $2000 30
Igneous rocks described as mafic are primarily made up of magnesium & this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Jerome Brad
$9,400 $8,300 $23,600
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

These names of 2 original Mercury astronauts, who orbited Earth in May 1962 & May 1963, are also occupations

Final scores:

Ken Jerome Brad
$8,599 $1,000 $23,600

Cumulative scores:

Ken Jerome Brad
$34,599 $20,600 $62,000
1st runner-up: $500,000 2nd runner-up: $250,000 Ultimate champion: $2,000,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ken Jerome Brad
$7,600 $6,600 $23,800
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
30 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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