Show #4801 - Monday, June 20, 2005


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Stephanie Monaghan, a high school humanities teacher from Seattle, Washington

Andrew Gonzalez, a student originally from Houston, Texas

Donna Brutkoski, a newspaper copy editor originally from Brandon, Vermont (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
This German composer, no slouch himself, said that Handel was "the greatest composer who ever lived"
    $200 1
The Bates Motel is the location of the intrigue in this thriller from 1960
    $200 26
Slang for a private detective
    $200 2
Football, baseball & water polo when watched rather than played
    $200 5
The majority of tequila poured in the U.S. goes into making this cocktail
    $200 21
The "Adventures" of this character end when he tells us Tom's okay & he doesn't want to be adopted
    $400 17
In the '50s one of his running mates was Estes Kefauver
    $400 4
In the 1998 movie starring Tobey Maguire, black & white characters begin living very colorful lives
    $400 27
To raid or ravage
    $400 3
When learning to swim, little kids wear these inflatable devices on their arms
    $400 6
Tanqueray, Gilbey's & Boodles are famous brands of this spirit often partnered with tonic
    $400 22
"Darcy, as well as Elizabeth, really loved" the Gardiners is found in the final paragraph of this 1813 novel
    $600 18
It wasn't yellow fever but chronic appendicitis that killed this army surgeon in 1902
    $600 10
It's the 1925 black & white classic of Soviet cinema seen here
    $600 28
"Long" swiveling navy cannon
    $600 13
Grossinger's & the Concord were part of this hotel circuit nicknamed for a soup served there
    $600 7
Add 1 1/2 ounces of vodka to 5 ounces of orange juice & you'll have this classic cocktail
    $600 23
The last paragraph of this 1908 novel mentions "the gallant water rat" & "the famous Mr. Mole"
    $800 19
During the Civil War, this American painter known for his seascapes made drawings at the front for Harper's Weekly
    $800 11
This European director sealed his reputation with black & white classics like "Persona" & "The Seventh Seal"
    $800 29
A deep-sided drum
    $800 14
There are 120,000 of these young ladies in Canada & yes, they sell cookies too
    $800 8
This French liqueur was invented in 1880 by blending cognac & orange
    DD: $1,500 24
"They found... a splendid portrait of their master", him, "in all the wonder of his exquisite youth and beauty"
    $1000 20
As president of the Royal Society, this diarist's imprimatur is on the title page of Newton's "Principia"
    $1000 12
Family name of the creators of the 1895 treasure seen here
    $1000 30
A British "spotted" pudding
    $1000 15
An item that's sold retail for less than it cost wholesale as a way to lure customers
    $1000 9
"The drink that satisfies", it's made from fine aged scotch, heather honey & secret ingredients
    $1000 25
This classic ends with the narrator on a river pier in New Jersey, with thoughts of God, Pooh Bear, & Old Dean Moriarty

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

Donna Andrew Stephanie
$4,400 $1,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Andrew Stephanie
$6,500 $2,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
A papal edict or decree isn't called a papal cow but this
    $400 6
For this Beatles song, Paul rhymed "She was just 17, never been a beauty queen"; John made it "you know what I mean"
    $400 21
This Australian city was founded in 1788 as a penal colony
    $400 11
One reason male lions hunt less than females is that this feature makes them too conspicuous to sneak
    $400 1
Henry Ford introduced this manufacturing system in 1913
    $800 13
The last non-Italian Pope before John Paul II was Adrian VI from this low country
    $800 7
Paul wrote this paean to Soviet women while in India with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
    $800 22
A downtown area of this major city is named for "the loop" formed by its elevated train tracks
    $800 26
Representing innocence, the ceremonial aprons worn by this largest fraternal order are often made of lambskin
    $800 17
When Leo, who represented this company, roared his last, his trainer buried him in Gellette, New Jersey
    $800 2
A direct telephone connection between heads of government
    $1200 14
Pius X's original name was Giuseppe Sarto; sarto means this, one of the first craftsmen a new pope sees
    DD: $1,600 8
This 1966 No. 1 hit is written in the form of a letter
    $1200 23
In 930 A.D. Karmathian Muslim rebels stormed & destroyed this holy city, carrying off the sacred black stone
    $1200 27
By a 1782 govt. resolution, this trio represents courage, justice & innocence on the U.S. seal
    $1200 18
Male lions form groups called coalitions to try to join these larger groups where the females are
    $1200 3
A bookie begins his day with this "timely" list of entries & their probable odds for races later that same day
    $1600 15
This doctrine of papal non-errancy was first promulgated in 1870
    $1600 9
John & Paul wrote this hit June 26, 1963; Paul flipped the angle from 3 earlier songs all had the word "me" in the title
    $1600 24
By the end of 1999 the transfer of the Bundestag back to Berlin from this city was largely complete
    $1600 28
The tagline for this 1986 multiple Oscar-winning film was "the first casualty of war is innocence
    DD: $3,000 19
An 1898 rampage by man-eating lions halted construction of a railway from this body of water to Mombasa
    $1600 4
The altitude above which large perennials will not grow
    $2000 16
It's the "national" name of the small military unit that escorts & protects the Pope
    $2000 10
The jarring chord that opens this Lennon-McCartney composition is a G7 with an added ninth & suspended fourth
    $2000 25
Site of a famous commando raid, it was the capital of Uganda until 1962
    $2000 29
This 18th century visionary poet penned the "Songs of Innocence" & the "Songs of Experience"
    $2000 20
A lion's teeth are spaced to slip between these when biting through a spinal column
    $2000 5
The Surpreme Court ultimately determined in 1998 that this kind of veto was unconstitutional

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Andrew Stephanie
$18,300 $13,400 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The official insignia of this profession includes a serpent on a staff, a Greek delta & 32 leaves

Final scores:

Donna Andrew Stephanie
$9,300 $5,900 $0
2-day champion: $30,900 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Donna Andrew Stephanie
$18,400 $13,000 $10,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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Game tape date: 2004-12-01
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