Show #4787 - Tuesday, May 31, 2005

David Rozenson game 1.


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David Rozenson, a lawyer from Newton, Massachusetts

Neill Kovrig, a counseling support specialist from San Marcos, California

Lisa Voss, a library assistant from Lincoln, Nebraska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will name some governors; you have to identify the state.)
    $200 1
These brothers first published their "Fairy Tales" in 1812 as "Kinderund Hausmarchen"
    $200 2
The poker face seen here dropped out of this university just short of a degree to pursue a career in acting
    $200 14
Nonpotent potable in common to a fuzzy navel & a screwdriver
    $200 23
A stenographer employed to transcribe an official verbatim record of legal proceedings
    $200 30
If you're right on queue for a movie in Piccadilly, you're in one of these
    $200 7
Al Smith,
Mario Cuomo
    $400 19
She & her tres cher ami Jean-Paul Sartre collaborated on the political & literary journal Modern Times
    $400 3
It's the TV show on which the poker face seen here co-starred for most of the 1970s
    $400 15
Stolichanya, or stoli to its friends, is a brand of this
    $400 26
Marsupial term for a self-appointed tribunal that parodies existing principles of law
    $400 25
Of stay in bed, hit someone on the head or rub till it's red, what you do if you cosh
    $400 8
Calvin Coolidge,
Michael Dukakis
    $600 20
For "The Autobiography of Malcolm X", Malcolm collaborated with this author
    $600 4
In a memorable 1987 big screen biography, the poker face seen here played this 1950s music legend
    $600 16
Invented in Cuba, a mojito is made with lime juice, club soda, sugar, ice, mint leaves & this kind of alcohol
    $600 27
It's a special judicial assembly with power over the administration of estates & wills of deceased people
    $600 12
On British TV's "Top of the Pops" this Booker T. & the MGs hit might be titled "Spring Onions"
    $600 9
Beauford Jester,
John B. Connally, Jr.
    $800 21
Sidney Howard helped this author dramatize "Dodsworth"
    $800 5
This poker face seen here earned an Oscar nomination for her work in 1994's "Bullets Over Broadway"
    $800 17
This brand of liqueur made its debut in Dublin on November 26, 1974
    $800 28
AKA amicus curiae, it's someone not party to the litigation but who offers information pertinent to the case
    $800 13
If you're a British secret agent, you may have a license to kill, but you spell license this way
    DD: $1,000 10
Henry S. Thibodaux,
P.B.S. Pinchback
    $1000 22
George S Kaufman died in June 1961; this man, his frequent collaborator, in December of that year
    $1000 6
This Ontario-based poker face has a Nabokovian first name
    $1000 18
Mon dieu! This French liqueur was originally made at the Abbey of Fecamp by the monks for which it is named
    $1000 29
Law students try mock hypothetical legal cases in this kind of court
    $1000 24
If you can't get through to your friend in Brighton, you wouldn't say the telephone is busy, you'd say it's this
    $1000 11
Karl F. Rulvagg,
Floyd Bjornsterne Olson,
Jacob Aall Ottesen Preus

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Lisa Neill David
$1,200 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Neill David
$4,200 $5,000 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
It's a vital sign:
    $400 1
Polonius uses the word "outbreak" about Laertes' fiery mind, not this title character
    $400 11
This enigmatic seafarer in 1954's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" was portrayed by James Mason
    $400 6
On board Gemini 8, he performed the first successful docking of 2 vehicles in space
    $400 16
Muscat is its capital city
    $800 22
It's elemental:
    $800 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from horseback.) Shakespeare used this word in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" to catch someone's notice; I use it to stop my horse
    $800 12
Hans Conried voiced this villain in a 1953 Disney classic
    $800 7
A star of D.W. Griffith's "America", Neil Hamilton played Commissioner Gordon on this TV show
    $800 17
The 3 main forts in Muscat date from the 1580s when this small Iberian nation conquered & occupied it
    DD: $2,400 28
(Kweisi Mfume reads the clue.) This award, the NAACP's highest honor, was first bestowed in 1915 & named for a past chairman of the NAACP
    $1200 23
For water, it's 0 degrees Celsius:
    $1200 3
From Latin for "indecent", this word in "Love's Labour's Lost" is the type of book banned by the Comstock Law
    $1200 13
For his role as Manuel, Spencer Tracy won an Oscar for this 1937 fish story
    $1200 8
From 1979 to 1981, Neil Goldschmidt was Secretary of this department abbreviated D.O.T.
    $1200 18
Completed in 2001, the "Grand" one of these in Muscat is the 1st in the country to be open to non-Muslims
    $1600 27
This future Supreme Court justice won 29 of the 32 cases he argued before the court as a lawyer for the NAACP
    $1600 24
Used of radio waves:
    $1600 4
This word in "Henry VI Part 2" meant blase & world-weary, not having to do with nephrite
    $1600 14
Hooray for this Groucho Marx character from "Animal Crackers"
    $1600 9
In the '50s, Neil H. McElroy was this man's Secretary of Defense
    $1600 19
Qaboos bin Said al Said rules from his palace in Muscat under this title that means "ruler" in Arabic
    $2000 26
(Kweisi Mfume reads the clue.) In 1995 this widow of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers became the first woman to head the NAACP
    $2000 25
When the stork won't come:
    DD: $1,800 5
The word "fashionable" came into vogue with Ulysses' speech to Achilles in this play
    $2000 15
Errol Flynn is a doctor who is forced to become a pirate in this 1935 action fest
    $2000 10
In 1989, this "bright" Neil Sheehan work about the Vietnam War won the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction
    $2000 20
A main strategic value of Muscat stems from its position at the entranceway to this 90,000 sq. mi. body of water

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Neill David
$9,200 $11,400 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Chauffeur Alf Bicknell was the inspiration for this 1965 song

Final scores:

Lisa Neill David
$18,200 $5,000 $20,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Neill David
$13,400 $12,400 $10,200
19 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2004-11-17
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