Show #4803 - Wednesday, June 22, 2005


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Marlene Lein, an attorney from Hooksett, New Hampshire

Eric Margelefsky, a graduate student originally from Toledo, Ohio

Mike Bober, a political fundraiser from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the role, not the show.)
    $200 4
The male platypus has a spur on its heel connected to a gland that delivers a type of this
    $200 1
For 2000-2001:
James Gandolfini
    $200 14
"Forget your troubles, come on get" this fragance from Clinique with a hint of citrus & a wealth of flowers
    $200 20
This "Simple Life"r's "Confessions of an Heiress" made the list
    $200 9
In both area & population, this continent is the largest
    $200 23
It can precede "of contract", "of faith", "of promise" or "of trust"
    $400 5
Brought to Australia c. 3000 B.C., this canine is the continent's largest hunting mammal, besides man
    $400 2
For 1976-77:
Lindsay Wagner
    $400 17
Hats off, cowboys, to Coty, which makes both "Lady" and manly versions of this cologne
    $400 21
Lots of people forked over $35 to read this autobiography of Bill Clinton
    $400 10
The Earth's population hit this landmark figure around 1800
    $400 24
Try to convince someone who's already on yours side & you're doing this "to the choir"
    $600 6
This furry cutie spends most of its daylight hours sleeping in the fork of a eucalyptus tree
    $600 3
For 1960-61:
Raymond Burr
    $600 18
This classic men's cologne shares its name with a musketeer
    $600 22
In book 10, "The Slippery Slope", this author's Baudelaire siblings are at it again
    DD: $800 11
This New England state has the smallest population of any state east of the Mississippi River
    $600 25
To challenge the credibility of a witness, or to accuse a public official of misconduct in office
    $800 7
North Australia is a habitat of the saltwater species of this reptile that has reached 30 feet in length
    $800 15
For 1983-84:
John Ritter
    $800 19
In 1973 Revlon launched this top-selling perfume reportedly named for one of the company's founders
    $800 30
"Today" we'll tell you this in "Skywriting" this TV personality told of her struggle with bipolar disorder
    $800 12
About 1/3 of this Himalayan monarchy's population is Nepalese; most of the rest is of Tibetan ancestry
    $800 26
A person who lives by gathering saleable articles of jetsam, refuse & the like from the seashore
    $1000 8
The long-beaked species of this monotreme lives in New Guinea; the short-beaked lives in Australia
    $1000 16
For 1967-68:
Werner Klemperer
    $1000 28
This earthy scent from Demeter is described as "a nice potting soil mixed with the citrus smell of fresh grass"
    $1000 29
This former presidential candidate & TV commentator made the list with "Where the Right Went Wrong"
    $1000 13
The population of Saudi Arabia is about 90 percent this branch of Islam
    $1000 27
This 11-letter adjective can mean untrustworthy or hazardous

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

Mike Eric Marlene
$800 $2,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Eric Marlene
$3,200 $2,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 19
March 29, 1792:
King Gustav III of this nation is assassinated at a masquerade ball
    $400 2
The verdict is in: a dozen unnamed & notably indignant jurors gave this drama its title
    $400 24
An inlet or cove, or to equip with weapons
    $400 14
Shania Twain was born on Aug. 28, 1965 in Windsor, Canada; Mark Twain, on Nov. 30, 1835 in this state
    $400 1
Of first, second or third degree, murder by poison usually falls under this designation
    $400 7
It's what you do when casually offering "a hint" or "a name", hoping someone picks it up
    $800 20
March 5, 1770:
British troops gun down 5 American colonists in the event that would become known as this
    $800 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the set of the Majestic Theatre, New York.) The Phantom of the Opera calls Christine a little viper when she does this to him here in his underground lair
    $800 25
One of the stretches in a relay race
    $800 15
Shania's given name is Eilleen Regina Edwards; Mark's was this (including his middle name)
    $800 9
Since 1993, rape by this person has been a crime in all 50 states; it isn't one in most other countries
    $800 8
Powerful people may be surrounded by these "men" named for the syllable they often utter
    $1200 21
March 16, 1935:
Hitler orders Germany to rearm itself in violation of this treaty
    $1200 4
Yikes! A flame device that uses liquid butane is part of this "Beauty and the Beast" character's costume
    $1200 26
A card game participant, as in "Sir Nigel, we need a fourth" one "at whist"
    $1200 16
Mark first visited this city in 1872; in 1999 Shania played the Prince's Trust concert in Hyde Park there
    DD: $3,000 10
Two-word name for the crime seen here in a Goya painting, or an informal term for overcharging
    $1200 13
It's a 5-letter archaic word for "the truth"; a "sayer" of it speaks truth about the future
    $1600 22
March 28, 1854:
The U.K. & France declare war on Russia, beginning this war
    $1600 5
This musical features vaudeville cutie Baby June, who, in real life, grew up to be actress June Havoc
    $1600 29
10 penny, 16 penny or 20 penny, for example
    $1600 17
In 1870 Mark married the lovely Olivia Langdon; in 1993 Shania wed this adorable "mutt"
    $1600 11
In 2004 the U.S. government announced the first capital prosecution in a case involving smuggling these
    DD: $3,000 30
"Make a clean breast" & "go to pot" are in the "American Heritage Dictionary of" these, which give ESL students fits
    $2000 23
March 1967:
She, Joseph Stalin's last surviving child, asks for asylum at the U.S. embassy in New Delhi
    $2000 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the set of the Gershwin Theatre, New York.) The name "Elphaba", the leading character in "Wicked", is derived from the initials of this famous author
    $2000 28
To tease, or a primary vein of a leaf
    $2000 18
Shania's self-titled debut went gold in 1996; in 1873 Mark's first novel had this "golden"-sounding title
    $2000 12
It's a form of extortion or blackmail under the guise of keeping you or your business safe
    $2000 27
Solipsism says that the self is the only reality; this -ism is a general term for a verbal impropriety

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Eric Marlene
$18,600 $2,000 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The first name of this man born February 15, 1564 was derived from his parents' surname, a common Tuscan habit at that time

Final scores:

Mike Eric Marlene
$24,401 $1,500 $5,699
2-day champion: $25,602 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Eric Marlene
$17,200 $2,800 $10,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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Game tape date: 2004-12-09
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