Show #4507 - Tuesday, March 23, 2004


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Jack Rosenzweig, a government attorney from Honolulu, Hawaii

Debra Dondrea Galant, a homemaker from Grayslake, Illinois

Sonja Srinivasan, an education consultant and musician from San Diego, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,250)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Guess what's coming next!)
(Alex: The person who links all of these together is...)
    $200 16
Whether it passes too slowly or too quickly, chronophobia is a fear of this
    $200 1
Woolf was active in this cause which she wrote "roused in man an extraordinary desire for self-assertion"
    $200 2
The giant ones of these mammals live in the bamboo forests of China
    $200 26
Home field advantage in baseball's fall classic was decided in midsummer by this event
    $200 12
Bobby Vinton revived this Tony Bennett song & took it to No. 1 in 1963
    $200 8
When asked what she wanted on her tombstone, she replied, "Here lies Elizabeth. She hated to be called" this
    $400 17
It's the opposite of agoraphobia
    $400 3
This gathering of artsy types that flourished between 1907 & 1930 sometimes met at Virginia's house
    $400 6
Completes Neil Armstrong's July 20,1969 statement "That's one small step for man..."
    $400 27
In France this weather event killed 5,000 & the director-general of health quit
    $400 13
"Dark" mixed drink of stout beer & champagne
    $400 9
This man married her in Montreal & then again in Botswana
    $600 18
Erica Jong might know that aviophobia is this
    $600 4
A 1931 novel ends with the line: these, also the novel's title, "Broke on the Shore"
    $600 23
Giant tortoises & marine iguanas were featured in an IMAX film about these islands that Darwin visited in 1835
    $600 28
The Columbia accident investigation board reported, "The breach was initiated by a piece of" this
    $600 14
Holy Roman emperor Charles V spoke of power as "An iron hand in" one of these
    $600 10
Elizabeth Taylor was the first star to earn a million dollars for a film, for this 1963 title role
    $800 19
For someone with eosophobia, "it is always darkest" at this point of the day
    $800 5
This event claims the life of the title character of "Jacob's Room", as it did of millions of real-life young men
    $800 24
The giant type of this seaweed, a form of leafy brown algae, can be 200 feet long
    $800 29
A Frankfurt newspaper broke the story that this American hero had fathered 3 kids with a German hatmaker
    $800 21
Classic songs by this '60s band include "Venus in Furs" & "All Tomorrow's Parties"
    $800 11
On January 15, 2001 this man who has been married 7 times interviewed Ms. Taylor on TV
    DD: $600 20
"Autophobia" could be the alternative title for Reba McEntire's hit "The Fear of Being" this
    $1000 7
First name of Virginia's husband; he survived her by 28 years
    $1000 25
In Greek mythology, this group of primeval gigantic beings includes Cronus & Rhea
    $1000 30
Fox News tried to sue Al Franken for using this 3-word phrase in the subtitle of a book
    $1000 22
1989 Czechoslovakian uprising that led to democratic elections
    $1000 15
On New Year's Eve 1999, Queen Elizabeth awarded her this title

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Sonja Debra Jack
$2,600 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sonja Debra Jack
$7,600 $2,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
This 4th century B.C. conqueror was said to let no one but the sculptor Lysippus do his portrait
    $400 1
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn, N.Y.) Among Gleason's trainees, Marvin Hagler was "Marvelous" & Joe Frazier had this "hot" nickname
    $400 16
Between 1978 & 1994, an amazing 460 of these struck the CN Tower
    $400 27
    $400 7
In 1885 Nana & this other Apache leader broke out of the San Carlos Reservation; they were caught & sent to Florida
    $400 8
Known for its barbed tail, it also lent its name to a Corvette
    $800 5
6-letter title of the John Singer Sargent WWI painting seen here in detail; it's what happened to the men
    DD: $2,000 3
On the undercard in game 3 of the 2003 Red Sox-Yankees playoff was Don Zimmer vs. this pitcher
    $800 17
It's the numerical name of the CN Tower's revolving restaurant, & the incredible view it provides
    $800 28
    $800 22
Sir James Barrie chose noted animal impersonator Arthur Lupino to play Nana in this play's 1904 opening
    $800 11
Being flat, rays spend much of their time here & some are colored to match it
    DD: $1,000 6
This single-named Renaissance artist who died in 1520 was regarded in the 19th century as the greatest painter ever
    $1200 4
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in Redondo Beach, California) George Freeth, the man who brought surfing to California, was born in this present-day state capital in 1883
    $1200 18
The horizontal bands are called "Friday lines" because they mark where the pouring of this was stopped each week
    $1200 26
    $1200 23
At the end of this "Star Trek" series Kira, played by Nana Visitor, was in charge of the station
    $1200 12
Like a shark, a ray doesn't have bones; it has a skeleton made out of this
    $1600 13
For 37 years, 1623 to 1660, he painted Philip IV of Spain & his family, court & jesters
    $1600 9
In January 2004 this South African golfer known as the "Big Easy" won the Sony Open for the second year in a row
    $1600 19
The world's tallest self-supporting structure at 1,815 feet, the CN Tower was built by this railway company
    $1600 29
    $1600 24
Puu Nana is a peak on this island, home to Hawaii's leprosy treatment center
    $1600 14
These rays of the genus Raja produce eggs instead of live young, hopefully not on thin ice
    $2000 20
Elaine de Kooning, Willem's painter wife, wrote "The Spirit of" this 2-word art movement of the 1940s & '50s
    $2000 10
8 days older than Wayne Gretzky, this Edmonton teammate of Gretzky's was playing with the Rangers in 2004
    $2000 21
In 1995 the American Society of Civil Engineers designated the CN Tower as one member of this numerical group
    $2000 30
    $2000 25
Britannica notes that this French author's 1880 work "Nana" is known as "Nana" in its English translation
    $2000 15
This ray was used by ancient Romans to treat gout & headaches (What's Latin for "Clear!"?)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sonja Debra Jack
$12,400 $5,200 $19,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Oh, The Places He'll Go!" was USA Today's headline announcing the 2004 stamp honoring this artist & author

Final scores:

Sonja Debra Jack
$14,200 $7,400 $24,801
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,801

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sonja Debra Jack
$13,000 $6,200 $18,200
20 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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Game tape date: 2004-01-20
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